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In Parliament-Sessioyi 1880. WREXHAM WATERWORKS. Additional Works; Power to take Lands by Compul- sion^ and to break up Roads and Streets; Extension of Limits of Supply Power to levy lli-.tes within extended District; Addicional Capital; Power to acquire Undertaking of Cefn, Acrefair, and lihosy- medre Water Company Power to supply Water in Bulk beyond Limits; Power to sell or let Lands and Houses Power to sell, let on Hire, and provide Meters and Fittings; Further Provisions as to Distribution of Water; Extension of Time for Completion of Works; Amendment or Repeal of Acts. ]YTOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN, that the J.™ Wrexham Waterworks Company (hereinafter called the Company ") intend to apply to Parliament in the next Session for an Act to effect the following, or some of the following purposes. To enable the Company to construct and maintain the following additional works, or some of them, that is to say :— 1. A service reservoir and filter beds, in the township I of Esclusham Above, in the parish of Wrexham or parish of Esclusham, in the county of Denbigh, situate in two tields or plots of ground forming part of Gronwen Farm, and belonging to Thomas Lloyd Fitzhugh, Esq., and in the occupation of Thomas Pritchard, adjoining the highway leading from Rhostylien to Vrondeg, and which service reservoir and filter beds will occupy an area. of two acres or thereabouts. 2. A service reservoir, of a circular form, 50 feet or or thereabouts in diameter, in the township of Gourton and parish of Wrexham, in the county of Denbigh, situate in a field forming part of Llany- pwll Farm, belonging to the Right Honourable Lord Kenyon or his trustees, and in the occupation of Jonathan Davies, adjoining the turnpike road leading from Wrexham to Holt. 3. A service reservoir, of a circular form, 50 feet or thereabouts in diameter, in the township of Mar- ford and Hoseley, in the parish of Gresford, in the county of Fiiiit, situate in a field belonging to Wiiiiam Roberts, and occupied by William White- house, adjoining the turnpike road leading from Wrexham to Rossett. To construct and maintain all necessary and proper embankments, dams, byewashes, weirs, culverts, Guts, bridges, road diversions, road approaches, and other roads and communications, sewers, drains, sluices, niters, gauges, weiis, engines, pumps, conduits, mains, pipes, and apparatus and conveniences of every or any description which may be necessary or proper for the effectual construction, maintenance, and use of the atorosaid works, and which may be necessary or proper for storing water or for otherwise carrying into full effect all or any of the objects or purposes of the in- tended Act. To enable the Company in constructing the said in- tended works Lo deviate from the lines-thereof as shown on the deposited plans, and from the levels shown on the deposited sections to any extent, which may be shown upon the said deposited plans and iiectionw: or defined by the intended Act. To enable the Company to purchase by agreement, or if need be, by compulsion, lands, houses, and other property and easements, for the purposes of their in- t nded works and their existing undertaking, and to break up and otherwise interfere with roads, paths, footways, and other public passages and places, and to vary^ and extinguish any existing rights or privileges which would in any way impede or interfere with any of the objects of the intended Act. To extend the Company's limits of supplying water so as to include the following parishes, townships and places in the county of Chester, that is to say, the township of Farndon and the extra-paroehial place of King's Marsh, in the parish of Farndon, the townships "P" of Churton-by-Farndon, Churton-by-Aidford, Aldford and Buerton, in thy parish of Aldford, the townships of Newbola, Cliurton Heath, Saighton, and Huntington, in the parish of St. Oswald's, the townships of Eecieston and Eaton, in the parish of Eccleston, the townships of Poulton and Pullord, in the parish of Pulford, the townships of Dodleston and Lower Kinnerton, in the parish of Dodieston; and the following parishes townships, and places, in the county of Flint, that is to say, Higher Kinnerton, Shordley, Hope, Estyn, Hope-Owen, Rhanberfedd, Caergwrle, and Cymmau, in the parish of Hope; and the township of Bangor, in the parish of Bangor Isycoed. To authorise the Company for the purpose of supply- ing the aforesaid parishes, townships, and places with water to break up streets, roads, passages, and ways, aad to lay down mams and pipes within those parishes, townships, and places also to breau up roads and lay down mains and pipes, but not for the supply of water, within that part of the township of Gwersylit which is comprised within the limits of the district defined by The Brymbo Water Act, 1869." T-0 authorise the Company to levy rates, rents, and charges within the aforesaid parishes, townships, and places for the supply of water. To .authorise the Company to apply their existing funds and any moneys which they may have power to raise to the purposes of the intended Act, and for j the same purposes and the general purposes of their undertaking, to raise additional capital by the creation and isaue of new ordinary or preference shares or stock, or by Iwth of those means, and by borrowing upon such terms and conditions as may be defined by the intended Act. To enable the Company to purchase by agreement, the undertaking of the Cefn, Acrefuir, and Rliosymedre Water Company (hereinafter called the Cefn Com- pany"), and the lands, houses, rights of water, and other property and easements of or belonging to or enjoyed by the Cefn Company, and to authorise the Cefn Company to sell their undertaking to the Com- pany. To empower the Company to enter into and carry into effect contracts and agreements for the supply of water in bulk or otherwise, without as well as within the limits of supply, with any sanitary, local, or other authority, and any railway or other Company, cor- poration, person or persons, and to vary, suspend, or rescind any such contracts or arrangements. To enable the Company, from time to time, to sell or lease any lands or houses for the time being belonging to them, and to exempt the Company and any such lands from the provisions of "The Lands Clauses Con- solidation Act, 1845,with respect, to the sale of super- fluous lands. To empower the Company to supply water by meter, and to sell, or to let, or provide on li/re, meters, fittings, I and other apparatus. To alter, extend, and enlarge the powers of the Company in relation to service pipes and other works and machinery for the distribution and supply of water, I and to make further provisions and regulations for preventing the wgtste, illegal use, abstraction, or misuse, and the wrongful use or pollution of the water |) arlianttitfarg fotirts. ■applied, or to be from time to time supplied by th< Company. To vary or distinguish any rights and privilegel whioh it may be necessary or expedient to vary or ex tinguish for the purposes of the intended Act, and t< confer other rights and privileges. To extend the time limited by "The Wrexhair Waterworks Act, 1874, "for the completion of the works by that Act authorised. To alter, vary, amend or to repeal all or any of the provisions of "The Wrexham Waterworks'Act, 1864,' The Wrexham Waterworks Act, 1874," The Cefn, Acrefair, and Rhosymedre Water Act, 1866, and The Cefn, Acrefair, and Rhosymedre Water Amendment Act, 1871." Duplicate plans and sections describing the lines, situations, and levels of the proposed works, and the lands, houses, and other propt:rty in or through which they will be made, together with a book of reference to such plans, containing the names of the owners and lessees, or reputed owners and lessees, and of the occupiers of such lands, houses, and other property, and a copy of this notice will, on or before the 29th day of November instant, be deposited for public inspection with the Clerk of the Peace for the county of Denbigh, at his office at Ruthin, and with the Clerk of the Peace for the county of Flint, at his office at Mold, and that on or before the same day a copy or so much of the said plans, sections, and book of reference, as relates to each parish in or through which the intended works will be made, or in which any lands or houses intended to be taken are situate, and also a copy of this notice will be deposited, for public inspection with the parish clerk of each such parish at his residence. Printed copies of the intended Act will be deposited in the Private Bill Office of the House of Commons, on or before the 20th day of December next. Dated this 4th day of November, 1879, JOHN LEWIS, Wrexham, Solicitor. SHERWOOD and Co., 7, Great George Street, Westminster, 1422 Parliamentary Agents. -r-
BOROUGH OF WREXHAM.
BOROUGH OF WREXHAM. STREET IMPROVEMENTS. Application to the Local Government Board for a Pro- visional Order to enable the Corporation of Wrexham to put in fora" The Lands Cl'.lwses Consolidation Act: 18/¡1j, 1660, and 1S69," with resptct to the purchase and taking of lands otherwise than by agreement for Street Improvements and the formation of New Streets. IVTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the -Ll 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, 1815, 1860, ami 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. The lands proposed to be taken are all or any of the lands and hereditaments following, that is to say „ L—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 south-east side of the Horn's Bridge and extending to a point opposite Edwards'- squai e for a distance of 1/6 yards or thereabouts, all in the township of Wrexham lie.is 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. Couper, 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 Bel,w, 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 cob red 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 Eytoii-J ones, and occupied by John Scott and others also a piece of land belonging to the Trustees of the Wesleyan Chapel, and occupied by Messrs. Samuel Davies and Son, commencing at the south-east end of the Walks, aJj.,cen!; to Brynyffynnon Well, and extend- ing to the south side of Regent-street, adjoining the Wesleyan Chapel, for a distance of 250 yards or there- abouts, 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 te, 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 Wrexnam, and containing by admeasurement 636 superficial yards, or thereabouts, and delineated on the plan hereinafter referred to, and colored green on same. G-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 Jand belonging to Messrs. Davies- Brothers, and occupied by them also a piece of land belonging to the said Thomas 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 Joiin 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 I oil-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 6036 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- 117 °u 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. And- 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 of November, 1879, at the Office of the Borough Sur- veyor in the Guildhall in Wrexham aforesaid, at all reasonable hours. Dated the 1st day of November, 1879. JOHN JAMES, Town Clerk and Clerk of the said 1408 Urban Sanitary Authority.
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irígst iparriagss, anit tatgs. 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. LEWIS On the 14th ult., at 2, Nile Cottages, Wrex- ham, the wife ot J uhn Lewm, of a daughter. ROGERS-On the 16th ult., at Moss, Gwersylit, the wife of Matthew Rogers, of a daughter. W ILLUING On the 2iid inst., at 5, Templars' Avepue Wrexham, tiie wife of Joseph Winding of a daughter. MARRIAGES. JONES—GHIFICITHS—On the 5th inst., by licence, at the i Congregational Church, Westminster Road, Mold, by the Rev. D. B. Hoc ike, pastor, Mr. Thos. Jones, of Tyddyn Ucha, to Miss M. E. Griffiths, of Bryn-gwyn, Mold. JONES-PIEliCE-On the 10th inst., at the Congrega- tional Church, Westminster Road, Mold, by the Rev. D. B. Huoke, pastor, Mr. Richard Jones, of Buckley, to Miss Fanny Pierce, of Halkyn Moun- tain. MAKLEY-—EDWARDS—On the 11th inst., at Christ Church, New Mill, Hnddersfield, by the Rev. B. Holmes, vicar, William Henry Manley, Aldershot, to Emma, daughter of the late H. Wm. Edwards, Old Anchor lan, Ruthin. s, WILLIAM s-Gl LLAW -011 the 8th inst., at St. Michael's Church, Huiine, Manchester, Mr. Henry Williams, Tynytwll, near Wrexham, to Miss Emma Gillam, of Llanypwll. DEATHS. DAVIES-On the 10th inst., aged 3, at Jessamine Villa, Abergele, Alice, daughter of Thomas and Annie Davies. HAYES-On the 31st ult., aged 73, at Hugmore Lane, Holt, James Hayes. JONES—On the 4th inst., aged 2 days, the infant son of Mr. Thomas Jones, Cwm Alis Farm, Llangollen. NIELD—On the 2nd inst,, aged 47, J. Nield, Esq., J.P., of Ashton-under-Lyne and Brynhyfryd, Abergele.' I ARRY- On the 6th inst., at Coedpoeth, Bersham, Margaret Parry, aged 71 years. PRICE-On the 8th inst., at the residence of his sister, at Rhyl, Thomas Price, Erlas Hall, Wrexham, aged 33. ROBERTs-On the 5th inst., at Talwrn, Bersham, Sinah, wife of Robert Roberts, aged 59 years.
HUNTING APPOINTMENTS. SI li W. W. WYN'S HOUNDS will meet on Sa'nrdav. Nov. 15 Monday. Nov. 17 Allan idlers Wednesday, Kov, 19 f'horlton Friday, N6v.1 V.V.Goboweu isaturdyy, 3Sov. 22 Iaoobd Each day at 10. JO THE FLINT AND DENBIGH HOUNDS will meet on Saturday, Nov. 15 Hafodunoe Tuesday, Nov, 18 Y-trad Friday, ov.:11 Coed Coch Each day at 10.30. THE VALE OF CI.WYD HARBIEBS will meet en Saturday. Nov. 15 Cffn Beryn Wednesday, Nov 19 Llanganliafal Sa urday, Nov. 22 Llanbedr Each day at 11,
The annual meetings of the Town Councils were held on Monday. In Wrexham and Denbigh close contests for the office of Mayor took place, but in Ruthin where there was a very lively contest last year, the election was unanimous. In Wrexham Alderman SMITH was proposed by Alderman OWEN, and seconded by Alderman BEALE, and Councillor Bradley was put in nomination by Alderman Lloyd and Councillor Edisbury. Some objections to the power of the MAYOR to vote were raised, but after being overruled, the vote was taken when it was found that Alderman SMITH had a majority of one, and was consequently elected. Letters were read from a burgess and a solicitor announcing the intention to unseat Mr. J. OSWELL BURY for the West Ward, and another letter was also read objecting to the election of Mr. F. JoNES. This being the last occasion of Mr. JAMES acting as Town Clerk, a vote of thanks was passed to him for the admirable way in which for so many years he had conducted the business. Mr. James in reply referred to the time when the town was first incorporated, and alluded to the many things which had since taken place under corporation supervision, all tending to add to its importance and improve its position. At Denbigh Alderman E. W. GEE, proposed and Councillor J. DAVIES seconded the election of Councillor E. T. JONES to the Chief Magistracy of the borough, whilst Alderman PIERCE and Councillor ARMOR nominated Councillor Morris. In the end the former was elected by a majority of two. In responding to a vote of thanks the ex-MAYOR referred at some length to the many improvements that had been carried on in the borough. He took a cheerful view of affairs, but not without cause, and con- sidered a successful period was awaiting Denbigh. In his opinion nature had placed the town in a foremost place in Wales, and it was the duty of those who had charge of her, to take great care she did not lose her glory. At Ruthin Councillor DAVIES proposed and Councillor EDWARDS seconded the election of Alderman W. D. JOYES to the Mayoral chair, and the proposition was unanimously agreed to. At Flintshire Alderman Muspratt was elected for the twelfth time Mayor of the borough. At a meeting of the Wrexham General Purposes Committee it was shown from the MEDICAL OFFICER and INSPECTOR of NUISANCES' reports that zymotic diseases were still prevalent to a considerable extent in the borough. The MEDICAL OFFICER strongly urged the immediate necessity of procuring a disinfecting apparatus, which was agreed to. A special meeting of the Denbigh School Board, was held on Friday week. It was decided to increase the call from S330 to C400 to meet the expenses for the next half year. There were 172 applications for the office of master of one of the schools. An important proposition was brought before the Ruabon School Board at its last meeting, by which, it is computed, over £3011 will be saved during the year. It is that a different arrange- ment be made with regard to the teachers ui the schools. The proposition was introduced by Mr. GOMER ROBERTS, and after a discussion It was agreed to adopt it. F The adjourned inquiry into the late explosion at Pentre proceeded on Tuesday, when, Major FORD, the Government Inspector of Expipsives, was present. The jury in the end returned a verdict that the persons were killed by\the V j explosion, but there was no evidence to show how the powder was ignited. They also censured some of the witnesses for the way in which they had given their evidence. On Tuesday week. an interesting meeting took place at Denbigh, when a very handsome presen- tation was made to Mr. JOHN ROBINSON, the respected clerk and steward of the North Wales Asylum, on his retirement from the offices of Hon. Sec. and Treasurer of Denbigh Castle. The presentation was made by Mr. HUGHES, of Ystrad.
I LORD BEACONSFIELD AT THE…
I LORD BEACONSFIELD AT THE MANSION t HOUSE. Lord BEACONSFIELD has spoken, and the Liberal press is up in arms. They barely waited for the telegraph to bring a completion of the report of his Lordship's Mansion House speech before commencing a torrent of invective, such as could only be accounted for on the plea that the articles were written in advance, if not absolutely in type, and that therefore they must appear. His LORDSHIP, as usual, deceived the whole of his enemies—we will not say opponents —for the honourable ones amongst them can make those allowances which one honourable mind makes for another. His enemies expected him to be as foolish as themselves, and as stupidly outspoken as their favoured leaders. But the I PREMIER remembered his antecedents, and was J equal to the occasion. He was brilliant as usual antithetical, as a matter of course, and so severely punitive in his statements that the slain of his enemies might be said to lie in heaps everywhere. And yet his LORDSHIP showed no fight, in the vulgar acceptation of the term. There was no vituperation like that which dis- graced Mr. BRIGHT'S speech at Manchester; no condescending to the fair-ground slang of Mr. LOWE, and, we need scarcely say, not an approach to the vulgarity of Mr. BAXTER, Mr. LEATHAM, and Mr. DODSON. Of course these men, at present, are the "outs," and they are making desperate efforts to let their little world know that they are still willing to serve their country at so many thousands a year. Lest their existance should be forgotten, they have shouted, until they ought to be hoarse, in language very far from that which becomes an expectant of office in any future Government. We are thankful to say that on the Conservative side there has been nothing even in the way of retort unbecoming a Conservative and a gentle- j man. It is a marvellous fact that whenever the Liberals wish to manifest their potency for place of the highest order, they invariably forget the claims under which English gentlemen are supposed to lie, and thus, undoubtedly, seriously demoralise themselves and their party in the eyes of all who love fair play, honourable im- putations, and respectability of diction. Lord BEACONSFIELD took his large audience of 900 of the leading gentlemen of England into his confidence on Monday; but as he had nothing wonderful to tell, he had the good sense to affect nothing but the commonplace and the every dav. He was able to appeal to our doings in India as having fully met the policy which he fore- shadowed in November last; and claimed for it all the success which he then stated we were warranted expecting. He touched with sufficient brevity upon the extremely gratifying improve- ment taking place in all our markets, and showed how familiar he was with the various depart- ments of trade and commerce and he was able to give a reason which satisfied his auditors, and will satisfy the general public, for the hope which he held that at last our dark night is being followed by the tokens of a brighter day. His LORDSHIP was peculiarly happy, as he usually is, when referring to Ireland. The brilliant Irishman is a phrase which will not be easily forgotton, nor that of the melancholy ocean;" and the hope which he holds out to Ireland of help if it is absolutely needed, will enable its friends to see that the Conservative party, at least, will be equal to any emergency which fail- ing crops may bring about. Lord BEACONSFIELD'S reference to Lord LYT- TON was worthy of himself. He invariably sticks by his friends; and he often does what his predecessors in power so frequently refused to do—he goes out of his way to pass encoiaiums upon the younger men, and the younger states- men of our times, who are serving their country to the best of their ability. The position which Lord BEACONSFIELD claims for England, as an arbiter in the affairs of Europe, will go right home to every real English gentleman. Foreign affan-s are too often interpreted by the Liberals as the affairs of foreigners; with Conservatives, foreign affairs means the affairs of Englishmen in all quarters of the globe. We send from this little overpeopled island of ours emigrants, missionaries, travellers, and traders to every part; and we have taught them from their earliest days to claim the protection of the mother country under all circumstances, and in every clime. We have taught them to believe that there is no seaport at which an English vessel of war may not be found; and that the re is no real grievance which an English army will fail to redress. We have gone upon the theory that all squabbles oi Continental Europe are more or less likely to involve us, or our colonies, or depen- dencies, or those under our protection, sooner or 1 later in trouble; and that our duty is to see that if any fighting has to be done in compelling troublesome nations to keep the peace, that that fighting shall be done out of England at least, whatever be the cost. That policy has secured us a pre-eminence amongst the nations of the world of which we are all ready to boast, and a peace and prosperity which makes our landed property invaluable, our very three per cents, always the safest of investments, and our mercantile engagements in any portion of the globe as sure as a powerful and protecting arm can make them. The present Government will do nothing to weaken our standing abroad, and we have no doubt that for many years to come reference will be made by Englishmen in all j quarters of Her Majesty's dominions, to the motto which Lord BEACONSFIELD suggested on Monday as the motto for a British Minigtry, Imperium ei Libertas.
CHURCH CONCERTS.—The second of a Eerit s of concerts in aid ot Church matters will be held Oil the 8h of next month. THH LAlH TOWN CLHBK'S TESTIMONIAL—A meeting uf tiie committee of this fund wili be held on Wednesday next, at 7.30, in the liuddiull. Co DIPLOMACY."—This piece has been performed during tiie week in good stylij by a talented com- pany rroin Cvrdill. They intend visiting Wrexham again next week. THB VICAB OF WBSXHAM will take part iu a missi. n which is to last nine days, a.nd which has b-eu arranged to taku place in a. pttrish in London. It commences to-morrow (Sunday). THH LORD MAYOR S BALL. — The Graphic for Saturday, November 8, published a full page engraving of this subject. JLimof Wj-cXh<.iu -r8tiyhe) from a photo by Co¡.can, is among the group. TaB MAYOR'S P.&GCICSBI0N.-His Worship, Mr. E. Smith, will attend the Parish Churcn on Sunday next in atste. The sermon will be preacnea by tho Dean of Bangor, after which a collection wiil be made in aid o ithe Infirmary. Collecting boxes will be handed round by gentlemen along the roate to obtain subscriptions from spectators who may be unable io attend the service. The introduction of this new ejaiem of obtaining funds for our excellent I Infirmary has been approved by his worship the Mayor, and we trust will meet with every sue cess. HARVEST FESTIVALS.—Daring the week harvest festivals have been held in the Baptist Chapels at Wrexham and Holt. Next week a series of evangelistic services will be held at the same places, commencing on Sunday next. Some celebrated preachers are expected to be present. RBDWCTION or EBNTS.—The Duke of Westminster has intimated his intention of making material re- ductions in his tenant*' rents. The Duke of West- minster is allowing on an average about 27 per cent. on ihe year's rental, three fourths to be given in money and theother quarterto be expended in bones. REARING SUPP*R.—Messrs. Phennah and Davies, contractors, have been recently erecting three cottages and a shop for Mr. Manley in Manley-road, and on Friday evening week a supppr was given at the Feathers Hotel by Mr. Manley to celebrate the house rearing. Mr. Manley filled the chair, and a very pleasant evening was spent. STANSTT SCHOOL BOARD.—The usual meeting of this Bjard was held on Thursday week, Mr. Francis presiding. The only business of importance was the appointment of Mr. E..• cHal-, letter carrier, to the office of attendance officer, at a salary cf jfilO per year, the appointment to last only six months. Several cheques having been signed, the meetinf broke up. THE BIBLE SUITED TO ALL MEN.—The Rev. Rhys Jenkins (Baptist Chapel, Chester-street) lectured on the above subject to the members of the debating class of the Men's Christian Association on Tuesday eveniuur last The subject was dealt with in a most able and interesting manner. Next Tuesday an essay will be given on tne Growth of the English Language. TEMPERANCE SOCIETY.—On Monday night a most successful concert was held in the Uank, im connection with the Chnrch of E^giand Temperance Society. The Vicar took the chair, and am exceedingly interesting evening was spent. It was announced that Dr. Eyton Jones would on the 26 inst, lecture on the physiological aspect of the temperance question. The lecture will be de- livered in the Temperance Hall. WESLKYAN CHAPEL.—On Tuesday night last the harvest thanksgiving services were held in Bryny- ffynnon Wesleyan Chapel. An excellent sermon was preached to a tolerably large congregation by the Rev. J. M. Bam!ord from the words, The fool hath said in his heart, there is no God." The choir, who were accompanied on the organ by Mr. Thomas, sang the anthem, "0 taste and see," very impressively. A collection was made at the close in aid of the choir funds. THE SEWAGE FARM.— Sometime ago the com- mittee of the Royal Agricultural Society decided upon offering two prizes of .£:00 each for the best large and the b¿s small sewage farm with fl to encourage sewage farming. The judges we i. trn with pleasure, have decided tha: the best pmall farm is in Wrexham, and they have c >ns-q -t *iy awarded the .£100 prize to Lieut. Col. Joi-es of Hafod-y-wern. Thia must, Wt: feel sure, be very gratifying to the gallant Colonel. A WEEKLY HALF HOLIDAY.—There is an agita- tion on foot among the assistants of the varioni shops in the town, by which a w. eds hals ioitday might be established and observed. Oa Wednesday last a meeting was held in the Cocoa R)orns, Henblas-street, at which between 50 and 60 assist- ants attended. The result was that an association was set on foot, called The Wrextmm Employes Mutual Association," by means of which it is hoped that a general half holiday will be held through- out the town. Mr. J. Wortbmgton was ejected secretary, and Mr. D. Morrison chairman, Mr. J. Pled being elected treasurer. It is iO oe uupd that the association will gain the object for which it was started. FREE LIBRARY COMMITTEE.—On Wednesday evening last a general committee of the Free Library was held under the presidency of the Ll yor (Mr. Smith). There were present—Kc-vs. J. Jenkins, J. Howell and M. Himer; S. R. A Cunliffe, Bart., Messrs. G. Bradley, A. W. Edwards, W. Pritchard, Howel Davies, and J. C. Owen. ihe first business was to consider how the liorary should be opened, and after a considerable amount of conversation Mr. Bradley proposed that the opening cf the building take place on the 10 h of Dt-cember, at twelve o'clock, to which the Mayor and Corporation, in their robes, and other ge itle- be asked, and at night a concert be h sld. Mr. Wm. Pritcha.rd seconded the morion, WQ8 carried. Mr. T. H. Jones, borough treasurer, was elected treasurer to the library. It was ale* agreed to advertise in both the Jo;>.1 papers for & custodian and Libmrian for the library at a salary of .£1 per week. A long list of papers, daily and weekly, monthly and quarterly magazines, and periodicals were agreed upon. This concluded the business. THE FORTHCOMING CONCERT.—We have received a programme of the ooncert to be given shortly under the direction of Mr. Harriss, particulars of which will be found in our advertising columns. It contains a must liberal supply of vocal and instru- mental music. We are pleased to find a sprinkling of good and well known songs, interspersed with the classical, modern compositions. For instance, Madame Patey will sing The Minstrel Boy and the Irish song, "Terry O'Shea," as well Golden Gate," and "The Old, Oid Story." Mr. Redfem Hollins is down for "Good -By;, Sweet- heart," and The Anchor's Weighed," Request," and the difficult classical can ata of Beethovev.s-u AdelaIde." Miss Clelland sings the most difficult and trying songs in the urog i — "The Shadow Air," from Meyerbeer's *'Dinorah," and the variations on the "Carnival .)f Venice," requiring a voice of imjiense compass flexi- bility. A contrast to these difficult song-, will be the welcome item, "I dream't that I dwelt im marble halls," and Sullivan's splendid song, The Sailor's Grave." An Italian and an Engd^h duet, sung by Miss Clelland and Mr. Reofern Hollins, concludes each part. The instrum^nta! pari of the concert is equal in interest to the numbers. First and foremost, Miss Bessie Waugh p!a\ s "Lree solos on the pianoforte Miss Jennie D a pro- mising pupil of Mr. Hariiss, also joins Miss Waugh in a duet, as does also Miss Agnts Harriss. Mr. Needbam, a flutist of high two BOIOS. That the concert is loured lorw ^a lie with a great degree of pleasure is apparent by tn. number of tickets whicn already has been BOARD OF GUARDIANS.—Thursday. Present: C&pt. Griffitn-Bosc twen (chairman), M". Â. W. Elwards and S. T. (vice-chairm- n;. Colonel Meredith, Messrs. J. Burton, A. Kisbo tiam, Edward Rowland, A. Peel, M. Hugh-s, Gomer Roberts, R Phennah, R. Roberts, J. Rogers, C. W. Parsonige, W. Roberts, R. C. Webster, R. Jones, William Thomas, T. P. Jones-Parry; Mr. T. LL Murray Brown^, Poor L I W Inspector, w-is also present. The Clerk read a copy of a report frooi the L,ca.1 Government Board, by Mr. BdgO, upon the imbeciles and idiots in the Workhouse. Tile iD- spector appeared 10 be very weii sat-isfi-d with the condition of the inmates and the condition cf the house. Mr. Archibald Pe<jl urged upon the Board the necessity of having a sep.rate ward for imbeciles. It must be, he said, most distressing for a sane in- mate to have an imbecile by his or her bed, who would most likeiy be shoiuing and raving all mga*. Mr. Wilson Edwards said be had had complaints made to him of such things by some of the poor Dec-pie im the houpe. Mr. Baugh proposed that the report and the point raised by Mr. Peel be considered by the Visiting Committee in conjunction with the Medical Officer. The Chairman said he had received another letter from Mr. Coron, the revising barrister, to the effect thati'j would he well to ;ipn0int a man to collect the poor rates at Holt, and appoint him at the same time assistant overse;r. Mr. Parsonage, in answer to tbe Chairman, EaiJ he had spoken to several of tbe neople of on tile subject; they at first refused to havo anything to do with it, but on his pointing out that if they did not the Board would, and thus take the matter out of their hands, they decided to appoint one. The master reported the value of the farm pr.iducete h.£6 8s. 5id. Number in th.3 house 293. h yea* 276, last week 298 Vagrants relieved—men li5 women 11, children 5, total 121.
THE NOMINATIONS OF SHERIFFS.…
THE NOMINATIONS OF SHERIFFS. In the Court of Exchequer, on Wcdne? lay, being the morrow of St..liartlus. nie of sheriffs for England and Wales rook pluce. Tke following are the appointments lor N vr.c: W iea»— Anglesey.—Captain Charies G trden Duff, or Red- hin; Henry Piatt, of Trefnantw-m, Esq; Captain Bimuad Hope Vernev, R.N. of Rnianfa. (amarvonshire —Francis William Lloyd Ed- wards, of Nanaoron, E-q.; Charles Arthur Wynm- Finch, of Voelas-nail, Pentrefoelas, Li-.erwst. Ei!4II-; Joseph Evans, of G:yn, Esq. Denbighshire.—T ;in NaJor Leyland, of Nant- clwyd-hali, Ruthio. E. q., Oliver Burton, of Gwaea- I nog, Denbigh. John Taber, oi C.aremoat, Rthhin, Esq. flS^tshire. William Johnson, of Broughton-ha.U vArthur Mesh am. of Pontryffydd, Sir Williaip Grenvdle Williams, of Bodelvyddan, Bart. Meridsn.ethshire.—John Vaughan, of Naiinau, Dol- gelley, iEt-q.; William Robert Maurice Wynne of i Pcniartp, Towyn, Esq Phillips Lloyd Fie.c- er of Pengw^-n, Fesiiniog, Esq. 1 Montgomeryshire.—Robert John Harrison, Gae*- | howel, 8q. j Sir Tbowze Gibbous Frost, of Dol- corsllw n, Knight; Nicholas Wateon Fcirles-Huaa- phre11.. of Montgomery, Esq. I J
LIVERPOOL CORPORATION WATERWORKS*
Iparliamjentarg Itotixe. of that road with the back road to: Llanforda Isaf and terminating at a point in theoaid road 34 chains or thereabouts in the same direction from the same point which said reservoir conduit and diversion will be situate in the parishes townships or places of Oswestry the town and liberties of Oswestry Llanforda and Weston Cotton in the county of Salop. 11. A relieving tank (to be called the Malpas Re- lieving Tank) to be situate on or near the summit of the hill known as Oat Hill in the township and parish of Malpas together with a conduit or waste waterc >urse from the said tank into the brook called Edge Brook which flows past the moat near Whitney Lane Farmhouse in the township of Edge and parish or Alalpas and joining the said brook at a point ten chains or thereabouts in a southerly direction from the said Whitney Lane farmhouse which said tank and conduit will be situate in the townships of Ma'pas and Ed re in the parish of Malpas in the county of Chester. 12. A relieving tank (to be called the Cotebrook Relieving Tank) to be situate about midway between Garner's House farm buildings and Lime Tree House, in the township of Eaton in the parish of Tarporley together with a conduit or waste-water course, from the said tank into the brook which flows south of the residence known as Rushton Bank into the mill pond of the Oulton Mill and joining the said brook at a point 17 chains or thereabouts in a southerly direction from the said residence, which said tank and conduit will be situate in the townships of Eaton and Rushton in the parish of Tarporley in the county of Chester. 13. A water tower (to be called the Norton Water Tower) to be situate on the hill about midway between Eanleywood Farmhouse and Yew Tree Farmhouse together with a conduit or waste-water course from the said water tower into the brook which passes under the Brirlgewater Car? ~] near to and north of the Norton Station on the Birkenhead Railway and joining the said brook at or near the northern end of the culvert under the said canal which said water tower and conduit will be wholly situate in the township of Norton in the parish of Runcorn in the county of Chester. All which said works numbered U 10 1112 and 13 are to be situate on or near to the course of the said intended Vyrnwy Aqueduct and are intended to be used in con- itection therewith. 2. To declare that the intended works shall for all purposes whatsoever unless otherwise provided by the intended Act, including the levying and reoovery of rents rates and charges be deemed part of the water- works undertaking of the Corporation. 3. To empower the Corporation to deviate from the lines and levels of the intended works as shown on the plans and sections thereof to be deposited as hereinafter mentioned. 4. To empower the Corporation upon the completion of the intended road diversions respectively to stop up and extinguish all rights of way over tile portion of any existing road in respect of which such diversion shall have been made and thereup n to appropriate to and for their own use and as their own property so much of any such road so stopped up as shall be upon or adjoin any lands to be acquired by the Corporation for the purposes of the intended Act and to make pro- vision with reference to the repair and maintenance of the intended road diversions. 5. To empower the Corporation to take down and re- move Saint .John's Church at Llanwddyn and to pro- ride a new site for and rebuild the same and also to pro- ride a new Burial Ground in lieu of the Burial Ground at the said Church such new Burial Ground having an area of one and a quarter acres and to be situate in the Township of Marchnant in the parish of Llanwddyn and in the north east portion of a certain field numbered 656 on the parish plan and denominated in the award attached thereto Cefn Isaf now in the occupation of John Gittins and belonging to Thomas Gill which field lies at a distance of 16 chains or thereabouts in a westerly direction from the Nant Llachar Farmhouse skresaid together with a road from the said Burial Ground to a junction with the intended road diversion (No. 1) at a point 26 chains or thereabouts in a south westerly direction from the Nant Llachar Farm House aforesaid. 6. To empower the Corporation to purchase or acquire by compulsion or agreement or to take on lease any lands streams mills houses or buildings in or Bear the several parishes townships and places afore- said and any rights or easements (including the right of discharging water into any stream-with which any of the intended aqueducts conduits or waste-water courses may communicate) in over or connected with any lands strearns mills houses or buildings which they may re- quire for the purposes of the proposed works or other purposes of the intended Act. 7. To authorise the Corporation to hold any lands which they may acquire under the authority of the in- tended Act free from the provisions of The Lands Clauses Consolidation Act 1845 or of the existing Waterworks Acts of the Corporation with respect to superfluous lands and to acquire by compulsion or agreement any mines or minerals under any such lands notwithstand- ing the provisions of The Waterworks Clauses Act 1847 with respect to mines. 8. To empower the Corporation to stop up alter divert or interfere with temporarily or permanently ail highways roads paths passages brooks streams sp1În,:s bridges sewers mains pipes and works which it may- be convenient so to stop up alter divert or interfere with in the execu ion or for the purposes of the intended Act and to vary or extinguish all existing rights and privileges connected with any lands buildings high- ways brooks streams springs bridges sewers mains pipes waters or works which would or might in any manner interfere with the construction maintenance enjoyment or use of the said intended works or any of them or impede or interfere with any of the objects or pur'-rw^c of the intended Act and to confer other rights and privileges. 9. To make such provision as may have been or may be agreed upon, or as may be thought proper by Parlia- ment and as may be prescribed or authorized by the intended Act for the protection and benefit of the land owners mill owners and mine owners and any other persons and bodies whose property rights powers or in- terests will or might be affected by the execution *f the powers of the intended Act and of their property rights and interests and to authorize or confirm or give effect to any arrangements or agreements which may have boen or may be entered into between the Corporation and such landowners mill-owners and mine owners and other persons and bodies or some or any of them. 10. To empower the Corporation from time to time to take colli ct divert impound and use the waters of the Rivers Vyrnw- Afon Cowny and Marchnant in the County of Montgomery and of all their tributary atreanis and springs at and above the points at which the same are intended to be taken into the intended Vyrnwy reservoir for the purposes of the intended Act by means of the works numbered 1 3 and 4 herein- before described all which waters now flow along the said River Vyrnwy and the River Severn into the Bristol Channel and now partially supply the following existing canals and navigations or some of them (that is to gav) thf, Shropshire Union Canal the Staffordshire | and Worcestershire Canal the Gloucester and Berkelv Canal the Sharpness New Docks and Gloucester and Birmingham Navigation the Avonnxnitb Dock the Portishead Docks the Lydney Harbour and the feevern navigation and the reeervctirs and aqueducts belonging to the following waterworks or some of them that is to lay the Shrewsbury Corporation Waterworks the Bridgnorth Waterworks the Worcester Corporation Waterworks and the Cheltenham Corporation Water- works including the Tewkesbury Waterworks. 11. TG make such provision as Parliament may authorise or require with refertnce te the supply of water by the Corporation to other corporations authorities bodies and periions whether within or with- out the present limits for the gupp y of water by the Corporation and to provide or require that such supply &hall be furnished at such times to such extent upon such terms and subject to such conditions limitations rights and reservations am behalf ,r in favour of the Corporation or otherwise as may be authorized or required as aforesaid and to authorize agreements be- tween the Corporation and any other Corporations, authorities bodies and pea-sons with reference to such supply or to any other matter arising out of the objects of the intended Act and to confirm or give effect to any agreements which may have been made or which may be made prior to the passing of the intended Act with reference to such matters. 12. To provide for the construction and maintenance of fish passes in connection with the dams or weirs of all or some of the mills or works using vhe waters of the before-mentioned rivers and streams. between the in- tended Vymwy reservoir and a point immediately below the weir or dam of Llansaintffraid Mill in the county of Montgomery .at the junction of the stream called Cain with the Riv«r Vyrnwy whether or not the said dams or weirs existed at the time of the passing of the Salmon Fishery Act 1861 and to confer and impose upon the Corporation and upon the proprietors of fisheries in the said rivers and streams and the owners and occupiers of the said dams or weirs and other persons all or Borne of the powers and obligations with respect to any sach dams or -weirs and to fish passes which are by the Salmon Fishery Act 1861 conferred or imposed upon proprietors of fisheries owners and occupiers of dams or weirs and other persons with reference to dams or weirs constructed since the passing of that Act and so far as may be necessary to amend the said Act and to Mnpower the Corporation to contribute moneys to or for amy of the purposes aforesaid and to make other provi- sions with reference thereto. 13. To empower the Corporation to make and carry into effect agreements with any owners lessees or occupiers of any lands within the drainage area of the intended reservoirs and works with reference to the execution by the Corporation or Euch owners lessees or occupiers of such works as may be necessary for the purpose d draining such lands or any of them or for more effectually collecting conveying and preserving the purity of the waters flowing to upon or from such lands directly or derivatively into such reservoirs and works and with any Navigation and Fishery Commis- sioners or either of them for the payment by the Cor- poration to them or to any person on their behalf of mc& sum o-r sums of Money (if any) as Parliament may tjumlr fit or as may be agreed for providing such fish ladders and other works as may be necessary to facili- tate the passage of fish over any weirs or dams now existing on the Rivers Vyrnwy and Severn. 14. To make provision with reference to the quantity or amount of compensation by water or otherwise to be given by the Corporation in re spect of the proposed taking and impounding or diveiting of water and with reference to the time and manner of the delivery thereof. 15. To incorporate with the intended Act such parts of The Railways Clauses Consolidation Act 1845 as JSarlianwnteg Notices. relate to temporary occupation of lands and to amend t and interpret the same. j 16. To empower the Corporation to raise further moneys for all or any of the purposes aforesaid and of their Waterworks undertaking and for other purposes to be prescribed or authorized by the intended Act on the credit of the Estate of the Corporation and the Borough Fund of the said Borough and The Liverpool Water Account" and any funds or pro- perty of the Corporation Waterworks and of the rates rents and charges now or hereafter to be levied and received or to become leviable and receivable by the Corporation and to m ike provision with reference to the powers of the Corporation for raising money on the security of all or any of such Estate funds property rates rents and charges and to increase the amounts which may now be so raised for any of the purposes aforesaid and to consolidate all and every the mortgage debts owing and to become owing, by the Corporation on the security of the Liverpool Water Account under the provisions of their existing Acts and of the intended Act, and to make further provision with reference to the payment by the Corporation out of moneys raised under the powers of the Liverpool Corporation Water- works Act 1850 of the compensation payable to mill- owners and landowners under the Liverpool Corpora- tion Waterworks Act 1866. 17. And by the intended Act it is proposed if need be to alter amend extend aild enlarge the powers and provisions of the several Acts following or some of them relating to the Liverpool Corporation Waterworks (that is to say) The Liverpool Corporation Waterworks Act 1847. The Liverpool Corporation Waterworks (Amend- ment) Act 1850. The Liverpool Corporation Waterworks (Deviations) Act 1852. The Chorley Waterworks Transfer Act 1856. The Liverpool Corporation Waterworks Act 1862. Tue Liverpool Corporation Waterworks Act 1866. The Liverpool Improvement and Waterworks Act 1871. And any other Act or Acts relating to or affecting the Corporation or their Waterworks undertaking. 18. And notice is hereby further given that on or be- fore the 29th day of November 1879 plans and sections of the intended works and plans of the lands proposed to be acquired under the authority of the intended Act with Books of Reference to such plans and a copy of this notice as published in the London Gazette will be deposited with the Clerk of the Peace for the county of Montgomery at his office at Welshpool with the Clerk of the Peace for the county of Denbigh at his office at Ruthin with the Clerk of the Peace for the county of Salop, at his office at Shrewsbury with the Clerk of the Peace for the County of Flint at his office at Mold with the Clerk of the Peace for the County of Chester at his office at Chester and with the Clerk of the Peace for the county of Lan- caster at his office at Preston and that on or before the same day a copy of so much of the said plans sections and Books of Reference as relate to each parish in or through which any of the said works are intended to be made or lands are situate with a copy of this notice published as aforesaid will be deposited with the Parish Clerk of such parish at his residence except as regards the parish of Frodsham in respect of which the deposit will be made with the Parish Clerk of the ad- joining parish of Runcorn and except as regards the parish of Bunbury in respect of which the deposit will be made with the Rector of that parish. 19. And that on or before the 20th day of December 1879 printed copies of the intended Act will be deposited in the Private Bill Office of the House of Commons. Dated this fourteenth day of November 1879. JOSEPH RAYNER Town Clerk Liverpool. SHERWOOD & CO. 7 Great George Street Westminster 1446 Parliamentary Agents.