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.I'W ChEAP PREPAID AEVEETISEMENTS nt,3 of ti-a following kinds, PAID FOR WHBN oRf-Kare inserted in the Guardian on the following scale :— Twenty w(,rd,; Is; three insertions, 18 6d six insertions, 4s Od. Thii-ty insertion, Is fd; three insertions, 4s six insertions, 6s Gd. Forty words:—One insertion, 2s; thrsc insertion?, 8* 6d j six insertions, 8s Gd. The above feh-r to advertisements of the following closes :— SITUATION'S V.'AX rsn. SITU A NOKS ACA XR. HOR>; < WANTED. Hoi's! TO Let. LODGING. &C.>VANT;). LCOOTNGS, &C., To LET. ARTICLES WANTED. > 'SCELLAN'EOUS WANTS. J ARTICLES FOR SALE BT I PLUVATE CONTRACT. J AP.TICI.HS LOST AND I OUND. Advertisements should reach the Office by FRIDAY morning-, accompanied by Stamps, or Post Office Order payable to Fi'R.EHTCK KwB. lw Ai i Letter* rcsyccting Advertisements must le pre- paid, and DO personal inquiries can be answered when parties are desired to an ply by letter. £ !birrictr. .\iT ATED to purchase, within two miles of TT Wrexham, about 10 Acres of Good Land, with House. Garden, Stabler, &c.—Apply, C'oanty Buildups, Wrexham. 1407 UT"C¡- ZQ ACt. TO LET.—The HAND INN, Penfcey, Ruabon. -t- Apnlv at the Cumbrian Brewery, Wrexham. 1466 TO LET, at once, a very convenient six- quarter MALT KILN, m Wrexham.-—Apply at at tile 2 'V"LL NOW HEADY, N'8W COTTAGES tit Rhosdrln, 3s. 0,1. per week, clear.— Apply, CHA M.VX HUGHES, G, Nelson-terrace, lihosddu. 1411 TO LET.—A FREE WINE and SPJJRIT VAX. LTS, doing a first-rate lousiness, in the centre of the town of Wrexham, possession can be had at ones.—Apply tt1 JOSEPH 'CLARK, Penvoryn House, Wrexham. 1.464 rpo BE LET, and may be entered icpon at JL the end «{ Septencfoer next, ABBOT&FIELD VILLA," corner of Gp?iveuor-ro;vd, Wrexhaai, now in the occupation of Thomas Bury, Esq. The Houet";o!1Sist>1 .f drawing, dining, ami breakfast rooms en the ground Ioor. Kitchen and back kitchen with hot ancl cold w&ter in each. There are on the ^chamber Soar five bedrooms, bathroom, lavatory, w.c., Ac., with hot aiidcoivl water, &c. The Out-offices consist of a three-^tali stable, fitted with CcttazTi's ps.ien! £ fittings; saddle-iwir. and coach- louse, with lofts ovtr each f7.s, 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 further particulars apply at the office of this paper. 1079 TO BE LET. THE ROUSE and GARDEN", called "The Laundry," situate T.ear Bryn-y-Grog, Wrexham. Rent £ '10 per sOTiuin.—Apply to Mr. JOHN BURY, 10, Temple How, 1435 FARM TO LET. ^NYKLI. LLANUFYDD, near DENBIGH. The above Farm adjoins the village of LIanufydd, and contains about 102 acres of Pasture and Arable LAND. Possession of the Land can be had on the 2nd of February next, and the House on the 1st of May following, or earlier by arrangement. For further particulars, apply to Mr. JOHN DAVIES, Solicits, Denbigh. 1430 for Sale. rpo BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY.— A Two Freehold DWELLINGHOUSES, substan- tially built, and ia thorough repair. Let a.t £ 13 each clear, but fully v-o. th £ '15. Also, an excellent corner plot of BLTLDIAG LAND.—Apply to Mr. LEIGH, Salop Terrace, Rhosddu, Wrexham. 1223 VRON COLLIERY SHARES FOR SALE. To BE SOLD, 300 Vron Colliery Shares. These JL Shares have now an additional value in conse- quence of the recent purchase of the Company of the Talwrn Colliery, immediately adjoining, and which contains some oi the finest Seams of Coal and Ironstone in the district. This Colliery is now in full working •rder.— Apply to Mr. SNAPE, Lion House, Wrexham. 1447 teitoniftt's gDOrcssw. c., :"I l, ;;J!. (' IJ a;;¡.¡. UNEQUALLED FOR TEAS! J O II N M U 8 K E R, OF THB NOTED TEA WAREHOUSE. OCR CELEBRATED INDIAN TEAS At 2s., 2s. 4d., 2s. Sd., 3s., ARE acknowledged by the Trade to be the best TEAS erer sold at the money, and are specially recommended for family use, being selected with great care and judgment from the choicest growths only, and blended hi that proportion which is rermisite for a RICH FRAGRANT TEA, which practical Tea Tasters alone can produce. Parcels of 6 lbs. and upwards sent Carriage Paid, to any part of the United Kingdom, on receipt of Poet Office Order. PLEASE NOTE-Only obtainable from J. MUSKEB, HOPE-STREET MARKET, HOPE-STREET, WREXHAM. Itnii TO MINE OWNERS AND OTHERS. im R. 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, CHESTEE. N.B.-Agent for the Sale of Mines and Mineral Properties. 1380 DWARD ROBERTS, BILL POSTER AND TOWN CRIER, DENBIGH, Promptly executes all orders entrusted to him. 1370 ESTABLISHED THIRTEEN YEARS. CIGARS! CIGARS!! CIGARS! A SINGLE BOX at Wholesale Price, con- taining 100 full flavoured well-seasoned CIGARS will be sent, carriage paid, to any Railway Station, open receipt of P.O.O. for 14s., made payable to John Price Rowlands, Importer and dealer in British and Foreign Cigars, 75, Wavertree-road, Liverpool. Terms and Price List of Cigars sent Post Free on app~.cation. Six of these Cigars will loe sent (as sample) post free for 12 Stamps. The following gentlemen have kindly testified to the aaperior quality of these Cigars :— Mr. James Ratcliffe, Hawarden Ironworks, Ha warden, near Chester. Mr. J. Price, Jeweller, Northgate-street, Chester. Mr, W. Agnew, Gunmaker, Berriew-stre^t, Welah- pool. 336 draftsmen's §ib'oresscs. NURSERY STOCK. TT 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, And any quantities o ? Forest and ornamental Standard and Dwarf flowering Trees and Shrubs. Inspection earnestly invited at the Railway Station Nurseries, [ Catalogues on application. Planting Contracted for. 1403 CHEAP MARKET AND BUSINESS SUITS. attention of 1nd the Public JL generally is called to the ^.TesT-did range of Scotch and West of England NEW WINTF^K :STHTINGS, W hich I ijo'W blowing at FIFTY-FIVE SHILLINGS The Suit Complete — Made in -any Style. FIT F< UAHY/TTPEI?-. 'WORKMANSHIP "SUPERIOR. LANGFORD, 4, VALE-STREET, DENBIGH. 1388 G O <A L S U T PLY. THE LLAY "HALL COAL, IRON, AND EIKEMIICK CO., LIMITED, p G 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 N%T THE CORN EXCHANGE BUILDINGS HENBLAS-STREET, For the "reception of orders, settlement of accounts, &c. 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 Deput (Railway Station), Rhosddu. AGENT—EDWIN GILLAM. 611 THOlAS CtRIFFITHS, -3- GAS FITTER, LOCKSMITH, BELL HANGER, &c. (Late in the employment of various Gas C ompanius over 20 years), 2, HILLY VIEW. ERDDIG ROAD, j WREXHAM. SHOP ;-7, 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. Homfray and Company's Patent Pneumatic Bells. Samples of Pushers and Bells kept in stock and now on vi,w. COUNTRY ORDERS PUNCTUALLY ATTENDED TO. Estimates Given. Five Per Cent on all Gas Fittings. 1358 Q. E 0 F F P Y C A L D E C 0 T T, BAILOR, WOOLLEN DRAPER, LADIES JACKET AND HABIT MAKER, (Lais Cutter at Sicholl*, Regent-strut, London), Begs to call attention to his GOOD WINTER TROUSERINGS, at 13s. Gd., 15" 13s. Gd., ISs., and 20s. OVERCOATS, at 25s., 30" 33" 40s., and 50s. LADIES' JACKETS, 25s., 30s., 35s., and 42s. LADIES' ULSTERS, 30s,, 35s., 40s., and 45s. 2, OVERTON ARCADE, HIGH STREET, WREXHAM. 1332 ANOTHER GOLD MEDAL. AGAIN THE ONLY ONE AWARDED FOR C 0 D L I V E II OIL, PARIS, 1878. ROLLER'S (Norwegian) COD-LIVER OIL Prepared by Moilers Special Method, free from indi- gestibie 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 Bed. Given the highest award at Twelve International Exhibitions. Only ia capsuled bottles, of all chemists. 632 IMPORTANT TO ALL IN TRADE. EsUAlished 1836. O TUBES' MERCANTILE OFFICES, 40, GRESHAM STREET, LONDON, E.C. West End Branch 53, CONDUIT STREET, REGENT STREET, W. Subscribers, by obtaining timely information, may avoid making bad debts, and may, through this agency, recover debts due with promptitude. Stubbs1 Weekly Gazette supplies information indis- pensable to traders. Branches at Dublin, Glasgow, Birmingham, Bristol. Brighton, Belfast, Cork, Edinburgh, Liverpool, Leeds, Manchester, Newcastle, Norwich, Portsmouth, South- ampton, Sheffield, Gloucester, and Bradford. Terms— £ 1 Is., B2 2s., £3 3s., JE5 5:;¡., according to requirements. Prospectus forwarded on application to the Secretary, Stubbs' Mercantile Offices, 42, Gresham Street, Lon- don, E.C. TRADE AUXILIARY COMPANY (LIMITED). CAUTION. There is no office in London connected with Mercantile Offices, 42, Gresham-s reet. E.C. (situate at the corner of King-street, opposite Guildhall), except the West-end Branch at 53, Conduit-street, Regent- street. W. 1167 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, and Heart Disease, and for Purifying the Blood, &c. Postage, Two Stamps. Sent everywhere.—Address: J. BAINKS, Secretary, 7, Tavi- stock-street, Bedford Square, London. 1418 A GIFT WORTHY OF A ROTHSCHILD IS BROWN'S SHAKESPERIAN ALMANACK, JJ Now Beady for 1880. It fairly glows with quotations and illustrations from the "Bard of Avon." I shall print about 3,000,000 copies, and being desirous of making the distribution as rapidly as possible, will send ten or fifteen copies free, prepaid, to any one who will judiciously distribute them in their locality.—Address, Prof. 0. P. Brown, 2, King-street, Caveat Garden, London. 1324 I iarlmmmhtrjr atitt. j In Parliament—Session 1880. LIVERPOOL CORPORATION WATERWO'^Kg (New Works for obtaining a Supply of Water f Rivers Vyrnwy Marchnant and Afo ..t() the and other streams in the County of r A Cowny Special Provisions as to Lajids and /lltgomery as to Mines and Weirs or Dams trms and visions as to the supply of :t Mills Pro- Corporations Bodies and Persons ^«-ter to other further Money on Rates and Power to Raise Water Account Consolidate v>n the Liverpool Amendment of Acts and o- A it)! Mortgage Debts .h, Purposes). Purposes). OTICE IS HEREB" cation is intended t GIVEN, that appli- the next Session by the made to Parliament in losses of the Borough v^uyor Aldermen and Bur- La'nCaster (hereurafi f^verpool in the county of an Act for all or Sr jf ^/e<1f "th? Corporation") for poses (that is 'to following objects -and pur- j 1. tliR 'L,^0 the-Corporation to make masntain and » l j?6 Waterworks and other Works hereinafter CrnV "'i6. 'of them together with all proper t ,'an, 1 ^-ts -bridges roads approaches *.vays wells V.nks resins guages filter beds standpipes dams sluices waste weirs outlets outfalls discharge pipes adits shafts tun* jel.« aqueducts culverts cuts channels conduits drains pipes junctions valves telegraphs telephones and /ther means of electric communication engines Ci>n- structions apparatus and conveniences connected with the said works or any of tham or necessary for con- t ducting inspecting maintaining repairing cleansing managing and using the same. managing and using the same. 1. A Reservoir (to be called the Vyrnwy Reservoir) to be formed by means of an Embankment 23 'j chains or thereabouts in length across the Valley of the River Vvrnwy (or Llanwddyn River) in the township of Marchnant and Yspytty in the parish of Llanwddyn in the county of Montgomery near the wooden footbridge which crosses the River V yrnwy near the Cynon Isaf farmhouse and to extend from the said embankment in a north- westerly direction to a point in the stream known as the Rhiwargor River in the township of Rhiwargor in the parish of Llanwddyn in the sanH" couuty i five chains or thereabouts below the wooden i- bridge which crosses the said stream at a distance of 20 chains or thereabouts in a southerly direction from the farmhouse known as Rhiwargor. 2. An Aqueduct or discharge conduit (to be called the | discharge conduit) situate wholly in the township of y Spjty and parish of Llanwddyn commencing in the said River Vyrnwy at a point It) chains or thereabouts in a north-westerly direction from the said wooden footbridge over the said river near the Cynoii Isaf farmhouse .and terminating in t.he s,cid River at a point 11 ohains or thereabouts in a southerly direction from the said wooden footbridge. 3. An Aqueduct (to be called the Marchnant Aque- duct) wholly situate in the township of Marchnant and parish of Llanwddyn commencing in the stream known as the Marchnant about 2 chains above a. dam or weir to be placed across the said stream at a point thereon 4; chains or thereabouts in a southerly direction from the farmhouse known as Gwreiddian and terminating in the said intended reservoir at a point 14 chains or thereabouts in a northerly direction from the Cynon Isaf farmhouse aforesaid. 4. An Aqueduct (to be called the Afon Cnwny Aque- duct) commencing «t a dam or weir to be p'iaced in ,the townships and parishes of Yspytty Costly Llan- -vvcidyn and Liang tdfan across the stream known as Afon Cowny at a point thereon at or near the junction the-iev,itn of the stream knovvu ant junction therewith of the stream known ml ant Ddwywern, and terminating in the township of spytty and parish of LbllwddYll on the south- west side of the intended reservoir at a point 3 chains or thereabouts in a north-westerly direction from the Glyn-du farmhouse. E. A diversion and alteration (to be called Road Diversion No. 1) of the public carriage road from Llanfyllin to Bala by way of Llanwddvn com- mencing in the township of Marchnant and parish of Lianwddyn at a point on the said road 5 chains or thereabouts in.a south-easteriy direction from thfi farmhouse known as Nant-Llachar and terminating in the township of Rhiwargor in the parish of Llanwddyn at a point on the d;Úd road -near the before mentioned footbridge over the lihiwar'or river. ° -6. A diversion and extension (to be called Road Di version No. 2) of the puoiic carriage road or highway on the south-west side of the river Vyrnwy extending from the Glyn-du farmhouse aforesaid to the house known as Heol-y-ltVidd commencing in the township of Marchnant and j parish of Llanwddyn by a junction with the intended Road .(Diverson No. 1) near the Cynon- Isaf farmhouse passing over the said embankment to and along tho south-west side of the intended Vyrnwy reservoir and terminating in the township of Rhiwargor and parish of Llanwddyn by a junction with the public road from Llanwddyn to Dinas Mowddwy and Llanu wchllyn at "a point in that road six chains or thereabouts in a north- I westerly direction from the residence known as Eunant Hali. 7. A new road or diversion or alteration (to be called Road Diversion No. 3) of the existing publio road from Llanwddyn to Dir.as Mowddwy and Llanu wchllyn commencing in the township of Rhiwargor and parish of Llanwddyn by a junction with the existing road from Llanwddyn to Bala near the before-mentioned footbridge ovez'the Rhiwargor river and terminating in the same township and parish at a point in the public road from Llanwddyn t. Dinas Mowdd-y and Lianuwchilyu aforesaid 24 chains or thereabouts. in a nU-th-easteriy direction from Eunant Hall. All which Haid works 14 6 and 7 will be situate in the parishes townships and extra-parochial or other places of Llanwddyn Pennant Llangadfan Rhiwargor Tre'r-Llan Marchnant Garthbwlch Yspytty Dyffrwyd (otMer-vise Dwyffrwd) and Cowny or some of them in the county cf Montgomery. 8. An aqueduct consisting of conduits and lines of pipes (to be called the Vyrnwy Aqueduct) com- mencing in the township of Alarelmant in the parish of Llanwdayn in the county of Montgomery at a point in the said intended Vyrnwy Reservoir nine chains or thereabouts in a southerly direction from the Cynon-uchaf farmhouse and "terminating in the township of Ecclestcn in the parish of l'rescot in the County Palatine of Lancaster at or near the easterly side of the existing reservoirs of the Corporation at Prescot which said in- tended Vyrnwy aqueduct will pass from through or into the several parishes townships extra- parochial or other places following or some of them that is to say Llanwddyn Tre'r-Llan Marchnant (otherwise Marchnad) Pennant (otherwise Pennant Melangeil) Dyffrwyd (otherwise Dwyffrwd) Myn- ffrwd Garthgelynen Fawr Garthgelynen Fechan Cornorion Pen-y-bont Hirnant Llan (otherwise Tre'r-Llan) Cwmmwr Cwm Fedw Llanrliaiadr-yii- Mochnant Brithdir Cynhynfon Glanafon Fawr Tre'r-Llan Castell 5loch Aber Marchnant Cefn Coch and Nantfyllon all in the county of Mont- gomery Llanrhaiadr-yn-Mochnant Banhadla Issa Banhadla Canol Banhaula hamlet Trebrys Fav/r Trebrys Facii Trewern Tre'r-Llan Trefeihv Llanarmon Mynydd Mavrr Llansilin Lloran Ucha Lloran Issa Estyn Allan Priddbwiil (otherwis Pri.'dbwlch) Moelfre Rhiwlas jssfoel Rhiwlas Uch-foel Bodlith Lledrod and Sycharth—all ia the county of Denbigh Oswestry C;, nyuion Pentre Gaer Lianforda Town and Liberties of Oswestry Weston Cotton Selattyn (otherwise Sylattvn) Lower Porkington Wliittir.gton Henlle Ilindford Whittington detached Old Marton Ellesmere Ridges New Marton Cricket Dudleston Elaon and Greenhill Eastwick Trench and Northwood —all in the county of Salop Ellesmere Penley, Halghton Willington and Hanmer—all in the county of Flint Mai pas Oldcastle Kewton-by- Malpa3 Cuddington (otherwise Kydington) Overton Edge Larkton Hampton Bickeiton Egerton Bulkeley Bunbury Burwardsley Beeston Spurs tow Haughton Peckforton Ridley TiJston Fernall Tiverton Tarporley Eaton Rushton Utkinton Delamere Eddisbury Kingswood OakmereFrodshai* Norley Kingsley Runcorn Aston-by-Sutton Suttoa Stockham and Norton—all in the county of Chester Prescot Cuerdley Widnes Bold liainhill Whistoa and Eccleston-all in the county of Lancaster. 9. A Relieving tank (to be called the Parc-uchaf Relieving tank) to be situate on the south side 6f the read from Llansiliri to Llinriiiit(ti--yn-.Iloc* iiant by way of Pont Tre-wern and between that road and the farmhouse known as Parc-uchaf together with a conduit or waste watercourse from the said tank into the River Iwrch and joining the said river at a point 14 chains or thereabouts in a south- easterly direction from the bridge across the same known as Pont Tre-wern which tank and conduit will be situate in the townships of Trebrya Fach and Trewern or one of them in the parish of Llanrhaiadr-yn-Mochnant in the county of Den- bigh. 10. A Reservoir (to be called the Oswestry Reservoir) to be situate in the town and liberties of Oswestry and township of Llanforda in the parish of Oswestry and about midway between the re-idences known as Oerley Hall and Llanforda Isaf and to be formed by an embankment to be constructed partly on the Cyrn-y-bwch Road between points thereon respec- tively 14 chains and 22 chains or thereabouts in a north-Westerly direction from the junction of that road with the backroad to Lianforda Isaf aforesaid and extending in the same direction from the last mentioned point for a distance of 2- chains or there- abouts and partly extending in a north-easterly direction for a distance of 14 chains or thereabouts from the first mentioned point on the said road and also by a small embankment 3 chains or thereabouts in length to be constructed at a. distance of 9 chains or thereabouts in a south-westerly direction from the High Fawr farmhouse Such reservoir to extend in a northerly direction from the first-mentioned point in the said road for a distance of 18 chains or thereabouts and to a distance of 34 chains or thereabouts in a north-westerly direction from Llanforda Isaf aforesaid together with a conduit or waste watercourse commencing at a point in the said reservoir 11 chains or thereabouts in a northerly direction from the first-mentioned point in the said road and terminating in the River Morda at a point 22 chains or thereabouts in an easterly direction from the bridge carrying the Pool-road or the con- tinuation thereof over the River Morda near Morda-mill in the township of Weston Cotton and parish of Oswestry, and together also with a diver- si on of the Cyrn-y-bwch Road commencing at a point in the said road 1 chain or thereabouts in a north-westerly-direction from the aforesaid junction < f atlbnrmtarg. Jotke. I ,r — of that road with the back road to, Llanforda Isaf and terminating at a point in the said 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 L!anforda. 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 watercourse from the said tank into the brook called Edge Brook which flows past the moat near Whitney Lane Farmhouse in the townshin cf Edge and parish of Malpas 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 Malpas and Edge in the parish of Malpas in the county of Chester. 12. A relieving tank (to be called the Cotehrook 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 br. ok 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 Eaolevwood 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 Bridgewater Canal 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 11 12 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- nection therewith. 2. To declare that the intended works shall for all purposes whatsoever unless otherwise provided by the intended Act, including the levying and recovery 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 loll of the intended road diversions respectively to stop up and extinguish all rights of way over the portion of any existing road in respect of which such diversion shall have been made and thereupon 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 Coi- I)orat.io,-i 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- vide a new site for and rebuild the same and also to pro- vide 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 Marchnar.t in the parish of Llanwddyn and in the north e:ist portion of a certain field numbered 650 OIl the parish plan and denominated in the award attached thereto Cefn Isaf now in the occupation of John Gittir.s and belonging to Thomas Gill which field lies at a distance of 1G chains or thereabouts in a westerly direction from the Nant LIachar Farmhouse aforesaid 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. G. To empower the Corporation to purchase or acquire by compulsion or agreement or tn take on lease any lands streams mills houses or buildings in or near the several parishes township. and places afore- said and any rights or easements (including the right cf discharging water into any stream with which any of the intended aqueducts conduits or waste-water courses may communicate) in over or connected with anvhuds streams mills houses or buildings which they mav 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 all highways roads paths passages brooks streams springs bridges severs mains pipes and works which it may be convenient so to stop up alter divert or interfere with in the execution or for the purposes of the intended Act and to vary or extinguish all existing rights and privileges connected with any land., buildings high- ways brooks streams springs bridges sewers mains J pipes waters or works which would or might in any manner interfere with the construction maintenance enjoyment or u-e of the said intended works or any of them or impede or interfere with any of the objects or purposes of the intended Act and to confer other rights uud 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 Jar.d awners mil; owners and mine owners and any other persons and bodies whose property ngats powers or in- terejts will or might be affected by the execution of 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 been or may be entered into between the Corporation and such landowners millowners and mine owners and other persons and bodies or some or any of ti) 10. To empower the Corporation from time to time to take collect di. ert impound and use the waters of the Rivers Vyrnwy Afon Cowny and Marchnant in the County of Montgomery and of all their tributary streams 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 now 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 say) the Shropshire Union Canal the Staffordshire i and Worcestershire Canal the Gloucester and Berkely Canal the Slno-pooi-; New Docks and Gloucester and Birminghr.m Navigation the Avonmouth Dock the Portishead Docks the Lydney Harbour and the Severn Navigation and the resei-voirs and aqueducts belonging to the following waterworks or some of them that is to say the Shrewsbury Corporation Waterworks the Bridgnorth Waterworks the Worcester Corporation Waterworks and the Cheltenham Corporation Water- works including the Tewkesbury Waterworks. 11. To make such provision as Parliament may authorise or require with reference to the supply of water by the Corporation to other corporations authorities bodies and persons whether within or with- out the present limits for the supply of water by the Corporation and to provide or require that such supply shall be furnished at such timed to such extent unon such terms and subject to such conditions limitations rights and reservations on behalf i.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 persons witli 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 the waters of tfeo before-mentioned rivers and streams between the in- tended Vyrnwy 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 River Vyrnwy whether or not the said dam" 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 figheries in the said rivers and streams and the owners and occupiers of the said dams or weirs and other persons ail eg' some of the powers and obligations with respect to any such dams or weirs and to fish passes which are by tha 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 empower the Corporation to contribute moneys to or for any 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 such owners lessees or occupiers of such works as may be necessary for the purpose of draining such lands or a 113- of them or for more effectually collecting conveying and preserving the purity of the waters flowing to upon or from suoh 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 such sum or sums of Money (if any) as Parliament may think fit or as may be agreed for providing such fish ladders and other works as may be necessary to faeili- tae 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 respect of the proposed taking and impounding- or diverting of water and with reference to the time and manner of the delivery thereof. 15. To incorporate with the intended Act such parts )f The Railways Clauses Consolidation Act 1845 as ittfemmfarii lloticcs. relate to temporary occupation of lands and to amtjnti and interpret the same. 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 authorised 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 make 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 tha 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 Ac: i860. 17. And by the intended Act it is proposed if need be to alter amend extend and 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 Coi-pjration Waterworks (Amend- ment) Act 1850. The Liverpool Corporation Waterworks (Deviations) Act 1852. The Chorley Waterworks Transfer Act 1856. The Liverpool Corporation Waterworks Act 1862. The Liverpool Corporation Waterworks Act 1866. The Liveipooi 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 C lerk of the Peace for the county of Montgomery at his office at Welshpool with the Clerk of the Peaec for the county of Denbigh at his office at Ruiimi with the Clerk of the Peace for the county of ■ Salop, at his office at Shrewsbury with the Clerk of for the County or Flint at his office at Mold with the Clerk of the Peace for the County cf 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 oil of before the ^anie day a copy of so much of tine said plans sections and Looks of Reference as relate to each parish in or through which any of the said works are intended to b'3 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 tho parish of Banbury in respect of which the deposit will be made with the Rector of that parish. It). And that on or before the 20th day of December 1879 printed conies of the intended Act will be debited m Private Bill Office of the House of Commons, Dated this fourteenth day of November 1879. JOSEPH RAYXER Town Clerk Liverpool. SHERWOOD & CO. 7 Great George Street Westminster 1446 Parliamentary Agents. In Parliament—Session 1S80. 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 Rates within exttnded^District Additional Capital; Power to acquire Undertaking of Cefn, Aorefair, and Rhosy- meetre Water Company Power to supply Water in Bulk beyond Limits; Power to sell or "let Lands aiivi Houses Power to sell, let on Hire, and provide Meters and luttings; Further Provisions as to of Water Extension of Time for Completion of Works; Amendment ur Kepeal of Act- OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the Wrexham Waterworks Company (hereinafter caiied the Company "j 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 bed?, in the township of Eseiushnin Above, in the parish of Wrexham or parish or Esclusham, in the county of Denbigh Eituate in two fields or plots of ground forlullig part ot Gronwen Farm, and belonging to Thomas Lloyd ajitzhu^h, jsq., and in the occupation of T'viomas Pritcbard, adjoining the highway leading from Rhostyhen to Vrondeg, and which secvice 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- pwit Farm, belonging to the ligJlt Honourable -uo.cd Keiiyon or hu; trustees, and in the occupation 01 Jonatnan Davies, adjoining the turnpike road leaamg from Wrexham to Holt. 3. A service reservoir, of a circular form, 50 feet or tiieieabouts in diameter, in the township of Mar- vord and iioseiey, iu the parish of Gre^ord, in the cinuity of Jfriizzt, situate in a field belonging to William Roberts, and occupied by William "White- liouse, adjoining the turnpike road leading from to To construct and maintain all necessary and proper embankments, dams,_ bye washes, weirs, culverts, cuts, oridgea, road diversions, road approaches, and other roads arid #communications, sewers, drains, sluices, inters, gauges, weds, engines, pumps, conduits, mains', pipes, and apparatus and conveniences of every or any description which may be necessary or proper for Lie effectual construction, maintenance, and use of the a.oresaid works, and which may be necessary or proper for storing water or for otherwise carrying into iuli effect all or any of the objects or purposes of the in- tended Act. • To enable the Company in constructing the said in- tenued works to deviate from the lines thereof as shown on the deposited plans, and from the levels shown on tno deposited sections to any extent, which may be wiown upon the ir-(»id deposited plans and sections 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 for the purposes of their in- tended woriis and tueir existing undertaking, and to break up and otherwise interfere with roa<!s, "paths footways, and other public passages and places,' arid to vary and extinguish any existing rights or privileges I which would in any way iinpeue or interfere with any of the oijjects of the intended Act. To extend the Company's limits of supplying water so as to include tne following parishes, lownsnips and pkiees in county of Chester, that is to the i.ovi oi Faruiion and u»o extra-parochial of King's Marsh, in the parish of Farndon, the townships oi Churton-bv-Farndon, Churton-by-Al«If0rd, Ahiford p/id Buerton, in the parish of Aidford, the townships or Newbold, Churton Heath, Saighton, and Huntington in the parish of St. Oswald's, the townships of Ecciestor'i 1 and Eaton, in the pariah of Eccieston, the townships of Poulton and Pultord, in the parish of Pulford, the townships of Dodiesr.on and Luwer Kinnerton, in the parish or Douleston and tiie fohowing parishes, i townships, and places, in the county of Flint, that is to say, Higher lvmnerton, Shordley, Hope, Estyn, Hope-Owen, xtuanberfedd, Caergwrle, and Cynimau, in the parish of Hope; and the township of Bangor, in the pariah of Bangor Isycoed. ° To authorise the Company for the purpose of supply- insr the aforesaid parishes, towrml.iiw :n;,1 « water to break up streets, roads, passages, and ways, and to lay down mains and pipes within those parishes, townships, and places also to 'real-: up roads and lay down mains and pipes, but not for the supply of water within that part of the township of Gwersyllt which iu comprised within the limits of the district defined bv "The Brymbij Waiter Act, 186.9." I'0 authorise the Company to levy rates, rents, and charges within the aforesaid parishes, township: and places for the supply of water. To authorise the Company to apply their existing tanas and aay moneys which they may have power to ravita to the purposes of the intended Act, and for the s;viue_ purposes and the general purposes of their undertaking, to raise additional capital by be creation and issue of new ordinary or preference shares or stock, or by both 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, Acrefair, and Rhosymedre Water Company (hereinafter called "the Cefn Com- psmy"), and the iands, 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 affect contracts and agreements for the supply of water in hulk or otherwise, withcut 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 hire, meters, fittings, 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 waste, illegal use, abstraction, or misuse and the wrongful use or pollution of the water 'c" d> | arlianunfarg glotitcs. supplied, or to be from time to time supplied by the Company. J To vary or distinguish any rights and privileges which it may be necessary or expedient to vary or ex- tinguish for the purposes of the intended Act, and to confer other rights and privileges. To extend the time limited by "The Wrexham vvaterworksAco, lc/4,' for the completion of the works. by that Act authorised. To alter, vary, amend or to repeal all or any of the- «r'ru1S1\vS °f ll? W rex ham Waterworks Act, 1864, I he Wrexham Waterworks Act, 1674," The Cefn, Acrefair, and iUiosymedre Water Act, i860,"and "The Ac^'lbtl1" KhosyrTie(ire Water Amendment- Act, 1ù71." Duplicate plans and sections describing the lines- situations, and levels of the prop.^d works, and the lands, houses, and other property in or through which tney 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 wita the Clerk ot the Peace for the county of Denbigh, '"t hi« omce at Ruthin, and with the Cierk 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 den. ^'tprt £ ft ^vateBiU Office of the Hou^ of or befoie the ^uth day of Decernoer next. Dated this 4th day of November, 1879, JOHN LEWIS, W rexham, Solicitor. SHERWOOD and Co., 7, Great George Street. Westminster,. 1422 Parliamentary Agents. BOROUGH OF WREXHAM. STREET IMPROVEMENTS. Application to the Local Government Jlo,n<d for a Pro- visional Order to enabte the Corporation of Wrexham to ])/;t in fm.e ,X!lL-hUlds Cta'uge* Consolidation Acts, lb jo, 1-ibU, and ldbJ icith rcsprct U, the purchase and takiny oj lands otherwise than h,j agreement for Street Improvements and the formation of New Streets. ^VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, thnt the f tl MAI 0;i, ALDERMEN, and BURGESSES of the Borough of Wrexham, acting by the Council as an L roan Sanitary Authority for the District of the Borough of w rexham in the County of Denbigh, in- tend to apply to the Local Government Board in pur- suance or the provisions of the Public Health Act- 1X7-, and the several Acts incorporated therewith, for a Pro- vzsiona. Order to empower them to put in force "The Lands Clauses Consolidation Act; 1845 isr.n ands otnervase than by agreement," for tiie purpose of laying; out such lands in the making of new streets and enl.ar«fj?> ana making more commodious certain c u.sting streets, and tor culverting and covering over portions of the River Gwenfro, with proper and necessary wonts and conveniences connected therewith respectively. 'Il1' The lands proposed to be taken are all or any of the lancis and hereditaments following, that is to say I.— A Piece or Parcel of Land belonging to the Urban Sanitary Authority of the borough of Wrexham and forming the bed ot the River Gwenfro along ^rook- 0 street, commencing at the south-ca.-t -dde of the Horn's .bridge and extending to a point opposite Edwards'- square for a distance of 176 yards or thereabouts, all in tne township of U rexham Reeis and Wrexham Abbot m the Borough ami Parish of Wrexham, and contaffiffic by admeasurement 3,18 superficial yards or thereabouts S™d"S1»'!S,,ethe ife' "J or Parcel of Land .\on;fing to Mr R J Wnhains, and occupied by Jonathan Moore and .Joseph r ridgelej also a piece of laud belonging to the Ecclesiastical Commisszoners, and occupied by Rev. David Roberts, commencing at the south side of the house, No. A, Edwards' Square, and extending t-) the house No 7, Penybont, for a distance of 66 yards or thereabout?-, all in the township of Wrexham Abbot in the borough and parish of Wrexham, and containing'bv f S<° ,superficia! ym-ds or thereabout;, and delineated on the plan hereinafter referred to and coiored blue on same. • 3'V\ P/fce or. of Land belonging to the Eccle- .u.'Stic..l Commissioners, and occupied by Mrs. E. Cooper, Thomas Jones, Messrs. Woodrow and Peyner, or one of them respectively, commencing at that part of Weil-street or Well-square, in which is Bryn- yffynnon W ell and extending to the west end of Abbot- street, where the same is joined Ly Vicarage Hill, for a distance ox 54 yards or hereabouts, all in the township of Wrexham Aobot and E»chwbam Below in the borougn and parish of Wrexham, and containing by admeasurement V 1:0 superficial yards or thereabout and deune^tec. 111 the plan hereinafter refer; ed to and col; red brown on same. 4 -A. Piece or Parcel of Land belonging to Thomas Ljton-Jones and others, and occupied bv Evan Ellis* also a piece of land belonging to the "said Thomas Lyton-,1 ones, and occupied by.fohn Scott and others a.so a piece of land belonging to the Trustees ra the W es.ev an Cnapel, ana occupied by Mesrrs. Samuel Davies and Son, commencing at the south-east end of tne aiks, adjacent to Brynylfyunon Well, and extend- ing to the south side ofRegent-street, adjoining the esievan Chapei, for a distance of 250 yards or there- aoouts, all m the Township of Wrexham Abbot and Wrexham Region the Borough and Parish of Wrex- ham, containing oy admeasurement 2004 superficial yarns or thereabouts, and delineated on the plan here- inafter referred to, and colored y-ehow 0:1 same. ^'iCe °li ^iVc I of kand belonging to Thomas Eyton-Jones and others and occupied by Mi. Evan Ehis also a piece of land belonging to the Trustees of the I cee .-schools, and occupied by the said Trustees commencing at the south-east end of the Walks adjacent to i^rynyftynnon Well, and extending to the 1 lesbyterian Church in Hill-street, for a distance of 77 Abbot0'i'w iUts' v1 in tlle 1'ownships of Wrexham nV \v^ i rexham Regis, in the Borough and Parish Wrexham, and containing by admeasurement 636 superficial yards, or thereabouts, and delinea^l on Same! heremaiter reterred to> a«d colored green on ame. T 6"*K P^ece 0I; £ arcel Land belonging to Messrs Joan Davies and Company, of the Cobden Mills and occupied by them also a piece (-f helonging to 9 Messrs. Daves Brothers, and occupied by them also a piece of land belonging to the said'Tho^L' .a.yton-Jones and others, and occupied by the said Evan ElliB, commencing at the centre of the north side of Watery-lane, and extending to a p dnt in Recent-street adjacent to the south-east side 01 the Infirmary" for a distance of yards or thereabouts, all in the Town- ship of Wrexnam Regis and Wrexham Abbot, in the Borough ane. Parian of Wrexham, and containing by ad- measurement 3324 superficial yard, or thereabouts, and delineated on the plan hereinafter referred to and coiored purple on same. t>i7A? riTerT Pilrcf! of Eand belonging to Jame* r. dfoul and do.m ap Lyton Parry Jones, or one of them and occupied by Morris Arthur also a piece of amd belonging to the said Joan Davies and Conn.any, bf^V0! '.a"d1 occupied by them also a piece of i bei°n^ said Messrs. Davies Brothers RCW^V-II*07 tuemi:ll:so a piece of liWld belonging to Richard Wdliams, and occupied by James Davenport commencing at a point near to the junction of the roint^tl1 Wltl;t Eellevue-road, and extending to a Toll-bouse ff°' -S1' e Rogent-street, near to the old Toll-llOl1se, for a. distance of -480 yards or thereabouts, Re^is in ttir' °i rexii.im Abbot and Wrexham h a«l Parish of Wrexham, and thereabouts, ^m/'Ifelineated^n^V >,fds or ferred to, and colored^ pink on same.1 Wnafter re' 8.-A Piece or Parcel of Land beior.gm- to the said Ihomas J^yton Jones and others, and said Evan Ehis; also, a Pieae of Y William Jones, Island Green', and ^upkd l?ylim commencing at the west end of the Walks by Island Green anu extending to the centre of Waterv Lane for a distance of 200 yards or thereabouts, all in the TW ship of Wrexham Abbot in the Borough and Paiishtf Wrexham and containing by admeasurement 2400 superficial > ards or thereabouts and delineated on the simp hereinafter referred to and coloured mauve « oUiUlCi 9.-A Piece or Parcel of Land belonging to Lle- llyn I onikes Attwooo, i'jsq., and occupied by Yeaman .Wacnan also, a Piece of Land belonging to Walker, Ri'll (,Cctil,)ied by William Wilson, com- near to "the old "'toll'v11 tl10 H01'^1 side of Regent-street Khoita lli „ ■ tendinf V, of Wrexiit-n Hegis in the and Parish of Wrez- ham a-nd containing by admeasurement 540 superficial ,m the pta.">2« £ after retorted to and coloured dark brown on same. 25,208 suiwficia?nuiaimre!.and wiU re1uhed is And Notice is Hereby further Given that a plan of the proposed undertaking shewing th. lands prop,, 1 £ be taken may be inspected on and after the day of November,1879. at the Office of the Boron, veyor in che Guildhall is Wrexham aforesaid « i aB reasonaole hours. "V*" Dated the 1st day of November, 1879. JOHN JAMES, Town Clerk and Clerk of the said 1403 Urban Sanitary Authority. JiiSi ABLISHED HALF A CENTURY. I C. MITCHELL AND CO.'S GENERAL ADVERTISING OFFICES I 12 and 13, Red Lion Court, Fleet Street, LONDON, E.C.