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Salts bir Jutdimt. v Messrs. Eaugh, Jones, and Co. SMITHFIELD, WREXHAM MESSES, BAUGH, .TONES AND CO., WIN hold their next SALE OF STOCK in the above Smith lield, ON THURSDAY, DEC. 4, 1879. Stock already entered, viz A lot of prime fat Beasts. A lot of useful Dairy Cows. Several fresh Barrens, Calving Heifers, and Short-horned Bulls. A nice lot of fat Sheep, Lambs, Calves, and Pigs. Sale at Ten o'clock. Settlements at close of Sale. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12TH, 1879. CHRISTMAS SALE OF FAT STOCK AT THE ROSSETT AUCTION MART. MESSRS. BAUGH, JONES & co. beg to thank their patrons and friends for their liberal support, and wish to remind them of their Christmas Sale of FAT STOCK, Which will take place ON FRIDAY, THE 12TH DAY OF DECEMBER, 1879, AT their Auction Mart, Golden Lion Inn, Rossett, ,when the following stock will be offered Magnificent Fat Bullocks, Heifers, and Bulls. Grand Highland Oxen. Prime Shropshire Down and other Sheep. Ditto four and five year old Welsh Wethers. Fat Calves. Pork and Bacon Pigs. The property of A. Balfour, Esq., F. Potts, Esq., J. Boydell, Esq., General Townshend, E. Swetenham, Esq., G Topham, Esq., B. S. Roberts, Esq., E. Moss, Esq., Mr. J. Edwards, Mr. Woolrich, Mr. Davies, Mr. Woolrieh, Mr. Pritchard, Mrs. Woolrich, Mr. Lewis, Hr. Bayne, Messrs. Baguley, Mr. Dudleston, Mr. lohn Lee, Mr. T. Thomas, Mr. Thomas Lewis, Mr. Gilman, Mr. Zachary, Mr. Roberts, Mr. Edward Woolrich, Mr. Bishop, Mr. Thos. Evans, and others. Entries Respectfully Solicited. Sale at TWO o'clock prompt. The Auctioneers beg to offer the following prizes for mpetition A Silver Cup will be presented to the Owner (not being a Tenant Farmer), for the best Fat Beast sold. A Silver Cup will be given to the Tenant Farmer for the best Beast sold. A Prize will be presented to the owner of the best pen of five Sheep sold. In addition to the prizes given at the Wrexnam lmitllfield Christmas Fat Stock Show, a SILVER CUP, value 5 guineas, will be given to the owner of the best PAIR of Two-year-old, or Two-teeth'd Heifers sold, JUID to be in the possession of the owner for at least two youths before the day of Sale. Open only to our sup- porters at the Wrexham or Rossett Auction Marts. 1487 WREXHAM SMITHFIELD. .REAT SHOW AND SALE OF CHRISTMAS FAT STOCK. MONDAY, DECEMBER 15TH, 1879. MESSRS. BAUGH, JONES and co. beg to thank their patrons and friends for their constant port, and that they will hold their Christmas Sale of FAT Stock on Monday, the 15th day of December, 1879, When the following Stock will be offered Very ripe fat Bulls, Oxen, and Heifers. A magnificent lot of Shropshire Down and Clua Wethers. A splendid lot of four and five-year-old Welsh Wethers. A number of Pork and Bacon Pigs. Entries respectfully solicited. The Auctioneers beg to offer the following Prizes for oftpetition For the best lot of Fat Cattle, not less than three in amber, a SILVER CUP, value R7 7s. For the best pen of Five Sheep, a SILVER CUP, value E5 5s. A LADIES' PRIZE will be given to the owner of the best lot of Fat Pigs, not less than three in number. A SILVER CUP, value 5 guineas, will be given to the owner of the best pair of two-year old or two- teethed Heifers sold, and to be in the possession of the owner for at least two months before the day of sale. Open only to our supporters of the Wrexham or Rossett Auction Marts. The Stock that takes the above Prizes to be brmafide gold, otherwise the Prizes will be withheld. Stock to be in the Mart at 9 o'clock Sale at 10. Messrs. Davies and Armor. CHRISTMAS SALE OF FAT STOCK AT DENBIGH. Grand Sale of 60 Head of Prime Christmas Fed Cattle, and 100 cross-bred and Welsh Wethers. ~\ZT ESSRS; DAVIES & ARMOR have received instructions to Sell by Auction, On TUESDAY, the 9th DAY of DECEMBER, 1879 (Denbigh Fair Day), in front of the ROYAL OAK, at Ten o'clock prompt, 60 HEAD of PRIME FAT BULLOCKS and HEIFERS, three and four years old, and 100 CROSS-BRED AND WELSH WETHERS. The Cattle will be sold separately, and the Sheep in pens of ten. The usual keep will be allowed if required. The Auctioneers wish to draw the attention of Butchers and others to the above Stock as being by far the best, both in quality and ripeness, that they ever »ave had to offer for Sale as Christmas Beef, and are the property of Messrs. R. Wynne, Bachymbyd; T. Jones, Rhyd-y-cilgwyn; R. Hughes, Plas Coch; T. Smith, Plas-yn-llan; J. Lloyd, St. Asaph; R. Ellis, 'nd others. W.B.-The Stock can be viewed at any of the above farms a week prior to the Sale. Further entries to the above Sale are respectfully elicited. Royal Oak, Denbigh, Nov. 24th, 1879. 1481 Messrs. Cooper and Son- FREEHOLD COTTAGES AND LAND, M THREAPWOOD, in the County of CHESTER. To be Sold by Auction, by AJ"ESSRS. COOPER & SON, at the Holy -LTA Land Inn, Threapwood, On MONDAY, 8th DECEMBER, 1879, at Four for Five p.m., punctually, Three substantially- built COTTAGES, adjoining each other, with Out-ofEces, Garden, and Orchard thereto belonging, situate in the Cross Lane, containing together three-quarters of an acre or there- abouts, in the occupation of John Carr, butcher. The property adjoins the lands of Robert Howard, Esq., is distant about four miles from Malpas Station on the Whitchurch and Chester branch of the London and North-Western Railway, and has been recently put in good tenantable repair. The tenant will show the premises, and further par- ticulars may be obtained from Messrs. BROOKES and IKB, Solicitors J or the AUCTIONKBBS, Whitchurch, 'hropahire. 1473 Saks bir Juictbn: Mr. Lloyd. WREXHAM SMITHFIELD. FAIR DAY, THURSDAY, DEC. 4TII, 1879. MR. LLOYD'S next AUCTION will take place on Thursday, Dec. 4th, 1879, the present entries will include :— A prime lot of Fat Heifers, Bullocks, and Bulls. Several magnificent Dairy Cows and Heifers, Calved and to Calve (this auction is noticed to be one of the leading sales for first class Dairy Cows during this time of year). A lot of choice Barrens, Stirks, and Stock Bulls. A magnificent selection of Fat and Rearing Calves, Heifers, and Bulls from the leading Stocks in the neighbourhood of Cheshire. A prime lot of Shropshire and Welsh Wethers, also Store Sheep. A number of Pork and Bacon Pigs, In-pig Sows, and Store Pigs. Sale at 10.30 prompt. | ORDER OF SALE :—Store Cattle, Fat Cattle, Calves, 1 Pigs and Sheep. IORSE SALE, First FAIR in the Month, at two o'clock. All entries taken up to morning of Sale. Offices, Plassey, Wrexham. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4TH, 1879, (FAIR DAY). fORTH WALES AND CHESHIRE HORSE AND CARRIAGE REPOSITORY, BEAST MARKET, WREXHAM, looted for the Sale of Grand Cobs, Cart Horses, &c.) V/TR. LLOYD has again the pleasure of LTI announcing that his next SALE OF HORSES, Carriages, Traps, &c., will take place in his Repository, situate as aforesaid, on THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4th, when he will offer for Sale the following Horses, &c. 15 Cart Horses. 10 Cobs, Hacks, Ponies, and Colts; Several Carriages, Traps, Shandrys, Harness, Gears, &c. The property of Mr. Jones, Tryddyn Brown Cob, rising five years old, 14 hands high; steady in harness, and a capital mover. Sold without a fault. Mr. Forrester, Five Fords, Marchwiel: Three-year-old Cart Colt. Further entries respectfully solicited. Sale at Two o'clock prompt. 1488 THE GREAT CHRISTMAS SHOW OF FAT STOCK IN THE WREXHAM SMITHFIELD, On MONDAY, DEC. 15th, 1879, at Ten o'clock. The present entries include :— I 90 Magnificent Fat Bullocks, Heifers, and Bulls. 154 Prime Shropshire Wethers. 158 Prime Welsh Wethers. 47 Grand Fat and Pork Pigs. 3 Fat Calves. MR. LLOYD has great pleasure in an- nouncing he will hold his eighth Annual Sal« and Show of Christmas FAT STOCK, in his Auction Mart at Wrexham, on Monday, December 15th, 1879, when the following Sterling Silver Cups, to the value of 60 guineas, will be awarded as follows :— 24 GUINEAS in three Prizes given to the sellers of the largest amount of Stock sold in the Smith- field, Horse Repository, and Home Sales up to Christmas Show. First Prize (open). 12 Guineas. Second Prize (only open to stock sold in the Smithfield), value 8 Guineas. Third Prize (open) value 4 Guineas. SILVER CUP, value 5 guineas, for the best Fat Beast in the Smithfield. SILVER CUP, value 10 Guineas, will be given to the owner of the best six beasts in the Smithfield. SILVER CUP, value 5 Guineas, for the best pen of 5 Large Sheep. SILVER CUP, value 5 Guineas, for the best ten Welsh Wethers. LADIES' PRESENT, for the best lot of Pork or Bacon Pigs. TENANT FARMERS' CUP, value 10 guineas, for the best collection of Stock, Cattle, Sheep, and Pigs—not less than four of each. Regular supporters only allowed to compete. Turther entries respectfully solicited, so that they ean be entered in catalogues. Mr. J. J. Steward. CHESTER DECEMBER FAIR. MR. J. J. STEWARD will hold his next Monthly Sale of HORSES, CARRIAGES, HARNESS, &c., at the Grosvenor Paddocks, Chester, on THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11th. Early entries are solicited. Offices: Chester and Runcorn. 1460 ftomg. MONEY WITHOUT SURETIES.—Before applying elsewhere for a Loan, send for a pros- pectus of the NATIONAL MERCANTILE BANK, LIMITED, 3, Great Charles-street, Birmingham, which will show where responsible Borrowers can im- mediately obtain money upon their own security, at a much lower interest than charged by Local Societies or Deposit Banks. No sureties, law costs, or unnecessary expenses required, and the strictest secrecy can be safely relied upon. Apply personally, or state amount required, and when. DJ ID TURNER, Manager. N.B.—Distance no object. The money advanced by the above Bank during the past few years TWO MILLIONS, and no good application is ever refused. Established 1867. 1073 MONEY! MONEY! I MONEY! IMMEDIATE Cash Advances made, from S5 ±. upwards, on Furniture, Trade and Farm Stocks without removal or publicity,—Apply to W. L. JONES AND CO., Eldon Chambers, 1085 Dolgelley. MONEY MONEY MONEY 52, TOWER BUILDINGS, WATER-STREET, LIVERPOOL. N. S. HART, SOLB PBOPBIBTOB. TO ALL IN WANT OF MONEY.—Time and unnecessary expense can be saved by applying, either personally or by letter, to the above address, where cash advances are made from 210 to 91,000 (with- out sureties) on the shortest possible notice, and on the most reasonable terms. Repayable by easy instalments to suit borrowers. Can be made either personally or remitted by post-office orders, or in postage stamps, thereby affording every facility to parties whose time is an object to them. Please to note the address ta above. N.B.—No con- nection with any ither oifiw 108 ra'tttsnun' s &'tt'ttrtSStS. OPENING OF NEW PREMISES. PATERNOSTER BUILDINGS, HOPE STREET, WREXHAM, November, 1879. JOHN ROGERS, MERCANTILE AND FANCY STATIONER, BOOKSELLER, NEWSAGENT, &c., T> ESPECTFULLY announces that he has now entered his NEW AND COMMODIOUS PREMISES as above, which have been designed and erected to meet the special requirements < of his large, varied, and increasing business. The Premises are now stocked for the opening with i large special purchases of Home and Foreign Productions, to the inspection of which the Public are í invited with confidence that both quality and price will be satisfactory. 1 E J. R. takes the present opportunity of thanking his friends and patrons for the favor shown to 1 him during the Ten Years he has conducted his business in the town, and begs to assure them that | his knowledge of the Trade, acquired by seventeen years practical experience, shall be devoted to 1 the object of making his New Establishment worthy of their increased patronage and support. SPECIALITIES IN NOTE PAPER, ACCOUNT BOOKS, I PLAYING CARDS & CARD ENVELOPES, DAY BOOKS, GAMES, OLD ENGLISH STYLES, MEMORANDUM BOOKS, CHRISTMAS CAEDS, COMMERCIAL, WASTE BOOKS, BIRTHDAY CARDS, SCHOOL, LEDGERS, REWARD CARDS, OFFICE, DIARIES, PHOTO ALBUMS, AND PBESENTATIOX BOOKS, INKSTANDS, GENERAL STATIONERY, BIBLES, WRITING DESKS, PENCILS, CHURCH SERVICES, PEN AND CARD TRAYS, BRUSHES, HYMN BOOKS, PAPEB, KNIVES, CASES OF INSTRUMENTS, BIRTHDAY BOOKS, LEATHER GOODS, SCRAP ALBUMS, MUSIC, PURSES, ILLUMINATED TEXTS, MUSIC FOLIOS AND BOLLS, POCKET KNIVES. NEWSPAPERS, PERIODICALS, AND MAGAZINES RECEIVED BY EARLY TRAINS AND SUPPLIED ON LIBERAL TERMS TO SCHOOLS AND SHOPS. PATERNOSTER BUILDINGS, 1446 HOPE STREET, WREXHAM. Jtgal anfr DtiMk 1Dtias. j THE LAND LOAN AND ENFRANCHISEMENT COMPANY hereby give Notice, -L that application has been made by HENRY POTTS, Esq., of Glenrafon, Mold, proprietor of lands in the counties of Denbigh and Flint, for the advance of a sum not exceeding that understated by way of Loan, under the Provisions of "The Land Loan and Enfranchisement Company's Act," to be applied to Improvements on the Lands understated, and to be repaid with Interest by way of Rent- Charge or Annuity, in the terms of the said Act. Sum applied for, viz., Term of Years over NaRle of Estate. Parish. County. the muxmnn1 amount! which it is proposed pro potea to be applied [ the Rent-Charc. to the Improvemeuts. shall be spread. ;} Denbigh .) Two ) Twenty-five Cilcain. Flint.) Witness my hand this twenty-fifth day of November, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and seventy-nine. T. PAIN, Land Loan and Enfranchisement Company, Managing Director. 22, Great George-street, Westminster, S.W. 1483 CORN EXCHANGE, WREXHAM. MONDAY, TUESDAY, AND WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1ST, 2ND AND 3RD, BRINSLEY SHERIDAN'S J)RAMATIC COMPANY Will appear in the great Drama entitled I The Ruined Home through D R I N K." ] Prices of Admission 2s., 1s., and 6d. 1476 DENBIGHSHIRE INFIRMARY & GENERAL DISPENSARY. THE ANNUAL BALL in aid of the funds of -L this charity will take place in the COUNTY < HALL, DENBIGH, On THURSDAY, 18th DECEMBER NEXT. PRESIDENT W. DOUGLAS WYNNE GRIFFITH, Ei5Q., Garn. LADY PATRONESS THE HoN. MRS. G. T. KENYON, Llannereh Panna, Ellesmere. Dancing to commence at Nine o'clock, By order, W. VAUGHAN JONES, Secretary. Denbigh, 19th Nov., 1879. 1462 A CHRISTMAS TREE Will be Held in the CORN EXCHANGE, WREXHAM, ON DECEMBER 15TH AND 16TH, 1879, For the purpose of defraying the debt upon the Church of St. John the Baptist, Hightown, and upon the Tenter's School (for enlargement). The fdUming Ladies will preside at the StaUt: The Mayoress, Lady Cunliffe, Mrs. Acton, Mrs. Russell, Mrs. Bury, Mrs. Strachan, Mrs. T. Bury, Mrs. Tench, Mrs. Edisbury, Mrs. R. Williams, Mrs. Greville, Mrs. Walker, Mrs. Goodier, Mrs. Ll. Williams, Mrs. Howell, Miss Beech, Mrs. Eyton-Jones, Miss Greville, Mrs. W. Jones, Miss Grover, Mrs. Kennedy, Miss Howell, Mrs. Low, Miss Kennedy, &c. There will be a large display of Useful and Fancy Articles, Art Needlework, Staffordshire Pottery, Useful and Ornamental Basket Work, Chromos, Photographs, A Large Assortment of Toys. The Tree will be opened at 2 p.m. on Monday, 15th, and at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, 16th. A Concert will be held each evening simul- taneously with the Sale. Admission each day Is., or 1.. Id. for the two days. Contributions of Work or Money will he ifwUu rmkted by the Stall Kttpm* 18 WREXHAM FREE LIBRARY. THE Committee have arranged to OPEN the Reading Room on WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10TH, 1879, At Twelve o'clock. His Worship the MAYOR (Mr. Alderman Smith) and the Town Council and Borough Officials will as- semble at the Guildhall at 11.30, and proceed thence in their Rohes of Office to the Town Hall, when the Reading Room will be formally declared open. The attendance of the public is respectfully invited. The Library Committee begs to acknowledge the following promised Donations and Subscriptions in aid of the Funds of the Institution, and, as their expenses are heavy, they respectfully invite further Donations and Annual Subscriptions, which will be received by Mr. T. H. Jones, North and South Wales Bank (the Borough Treasurer), or Mr. Ashton Bradley (hon. secretary), and j duly acknowledged. [ Annual Subscribers:- Rev. David Howell, B.D I 1 0 J. F. Edisbury, Esq 0 10 6 Miss Jones, King-street 0 10 6 Col. Jones. V.C. 110 Thos. Goodier, Esq 1 1 0 Rev. W. Bewsher 110 S. T. Baugh, Esq 0 10 0 A. W. Edwards, Esq., J.P. 010 6 C. Hughes, Esq., J.P 110 Miss Niekson, The Homestead 1 1 0 Donaion,s:- T. Painter, Esq., J.P 2 2 0 E. M. Jones, Esq., J.P 110 Colonel Jones, V.C. 2 2 0\ J. Pritchard, Esq 5 0 0 J. C. Owen, Esq., J.P 5 0 0 Sir R. A. Cunliffe, Bart 5 0 0 Hon. G. T. Kenyon 2 2 0 J. Bury, Esq., J.P 2 2 0 Miss Nickson, The Homestead 1 1 0 1484 OPENING OF THE WREXHAM FREE LIBRARY. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10TH, 1879. A CONCERT will be held in the PUBLIC HALL, on the evening of the above date, in aid of the funds of the Institution, under the following distinguished patronage :— HIS WORSHIP THE MAYOR (MR. ALD. SMITH). THE EX-MATOR (I. SHONE, ESQ.) THE TOWN COUNCIL. SIR R. A. CUNLIFFB, BART. 0_ HON. G. KENTON. OSBORNE MORGAN, ESQ., M.P. T. LL. FITZHUGH, ESQ. mu., OLC. THE WREXHAM CHORAL UNION, Numbering 80 Voices, under the direction of Mr. Roberts, have kindly given their services. MISS MARIE THOMAS, Soprano (Pupil of Owain Alaw, Chester), is specially engaged. The following Ladies and Gentlemen will assist:— Mrs. J. F. Edisbury, Mr. J. F. Edisbury, Mr. Edwin Harriss, Mr. Charles Edwards, Miss Jennie Davies (Uangollen), Mr. Pritchard, Mr. H. C. Cross, St. Mark's Glee Party, &c., &c. Admission-Reserved seats (numbered), 3s.; family ticket to admit five, 12s. 6d. balcony and second seats, 2s.; back seats, 1s. A plan of the room may be seen, and seats secured, at Mr. J. F. Edisbury's, High-street. Tickets may be had of Mr. Potter and Mr. N. S. Scotcher, High-street: Mr. Garratt-Jones, Church-street; Messrs. Hughes and Son, Mr. Rogers, and Messrs. C. Bayley and Co., Hope-street. Doors epen at 7.30, to commence at Eight Q.kclock. Carriages may be ordered fox Ten. was, tgal a 11b yobiir |lotrccs. BE JAMES WILLIAM WYNNE HUGHES (DECEASED). ———— Pursuant to an Act of Parliament made and passed in the tioenty-second and twenty-third years of the reign of her present Majesty, chapter 35, intituled "An Art to further amend the law of property, and to relieve trustees," ~VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all I* creditors and persons having any claims or demands upon or against the estate of James William Wynne Hughes, late of Hen bias, in the parish uf Clocaenog, in the county of Denbigh, gentleman, ■ deceased (who died on or about the 6th day of November, 1879, and whose will was proved by Augustus Edward Davies, of St. Asaph, in the county of Flint, aforesaid, one of the executors therein named, on the 18th day of November, 1879, in the District Registry of the Probate Division of the High Court of Justice at St. Asaph), are hereby required to send in the particulars of their claims and demands to the undersigned, the Solicitors of the said Augustus Edward Davies, on or before the First day of January next. And notice is hereby also given that after that day the said executor will proceed to distribute the assets of the deceased among the parties entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which the s..tid executor shall then have notice, and that he will not be liable for the assets or any part thereof so distributed to -any person of whose debt or claim he shall not then have had notice. Dated this 2Gth day of November, 1879. LLOYD AND ROBERTS, 23, Well-street, Ruthin, j 1491 Solicitors for the Executor. -—— i REVEREND WILLIAM HUGHES (DECEASED). Pursuant to an Act of Parliament passed in the 22nd and 23rd years of the reign of Her m-esc?it Majesty, chapter 35, intituled "An Act to further amend the laws of property and to relieve Trustees," OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that all J-1 Creditors and persons having any claims or demands upon cr against the Estate of the Reverend William Hughes, late of Bettws Gwerfil Goch, in the County of Merioneth, Clerk, Rector of Bettws Gwerfil Goch, aforesaid, deceased, who died on the 15th day of April, 1877, and whose will was proved by the Reverend William Richardson, of Corwen. in the said County of Merioneth, the Executor therein named, on the 22nd day of July, 1877, in the St. Asaph District Registry of Her Majesty's High Court of Justice (Probate Division), are hereby required to furnish in writing the particulars of their claims and demands to me, the undersigned, the said Executor, cn or before the fifteenth day of December next. And notice is hereby also given, that after that day the said Executor will proceed to distribute the assets of the deceased among the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims of which I, the undersigned, shall then have had notice, and that I will not be liable for the assets or any part thereof so dis- tributed to any person or persons of whose claim or de- mand I, the undersigned, shall not then have had notice. Dated this 27th day of November, 3S79. WILLIAM RICHARDSON, 1490 The Rectory, Corwen. THOMAS WILLIAMS (DECEASED). Pursuant to the Art of Parliament, 22nd and 23rd Victoria, Chapter 35, intituled An Act to further amend the late of property and to relieve Trustees" OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that all persons having any claims or demands against, or affecting the estate of, THOMAS WILLIAMS, late of Wrexham, in the Corinty of Denbigh, wine and spirit merchant, deceased (who died on the 5th day of June, 1879), and whose will, with two codicils thereto, was proved in the Principal Registry of the Probate Division of Her Majesty's High Court of Justice, on the 12th day of November, 1879, by Ann Williams, widow, the relic of the said deceased, and Thomas Brittain Williams and Robert James Williams (three of the executors named in the said will) are required to send in the particulars of their debts, claims, or demands to the undersigned, as Solicitor to the said Executors, on or before the 1st day of January next, at the expiration of which time the said Executors will proceed to distribute the assets of the said deceased among the parties entitled thereto, having regard to the claims only of which the said Executors shall then have had notice, and for the assets or any part thereof so distributed, the said executors will not be liable to any person of whose debt, claim, or demand they shall not then have had notice. Dated this 18th day of November, 1879. J. ALLINGTON HUGHES, 32, Regent-street, Wrexham, 1465 Solicitor to the said Executors. i • COUNTY OF DENBIGH. HIGHWAYS AND LOCOMOTIVES (AMEND- MENT) ACT, 1878. TTT HERE AS, the Highway Board for the Dis- T T trict of Llangollen, in the County of Denbigh, as the Authority liable to repair the Highways in the said District beirg of opinion that the following High- way, lying wholly within the District of Llangollen, and in the Petty Sessional Division of Upper Chirk, in the Parishes of Llanrhaiadr-yn-Mochnant and Llan- armon Mynydd Maw:, in the County of Denbigh, to wit—the Glanrafon District Road in length five fur- longs or 1,100 yards, intersected by River Iwrch, which divides the parishes of Llanrhaiadr-yn-Mochnant and Llanarmon Mynydd Mawr, leaving 572 yards of the said road in the parish of Llanrhaiadr-yn-Mochnant, and 528 yards in the parish of Llanarmon Mynydd Mawr. It starts from Henfache Farm and leaves the district road from Llanrhaiadr-yn-Mochnant to Maengwynedd and ending in District Road leading from Llanrhaiadr- yn-Mochnant to Llanarmon Mynydd Mawr by Plasyn- glyn Farm, is unnecessary for public use, and therefore ought not to be maintained at the public expense, did apply to the Justices of the Peace acting in and for the said Petty Sessional Division (being the Court of Sum- mary Jurisdiction of such Petty Sessional Division in Petty Sessions assembled) to view bjT two or more Justices, being Members of the said Court, the Highway before described. AND WHEREAS in compliance with such application, Justices have this day viewed the said described Highway, and the said Court being of opinion that the application ought to be proceeded with, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the said Court has appointed MOXDA Y, the 29th day of Decem- ber next, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, when and where it will be prepared to hear all persons objecting to the said described highway being declared unnecessary for public use and not repairable at the expense of the public. Dated this 25th day of November, 1879. CHARLES RICHARDS & SONS, Clerks to the said Court of Summary Jurisdiction. 1497 -I RESIGNATION OF THE TOWN CLERK OF WREXHAM. AT a MEETING of the Past and Present Mayors and Members of the Town Council, held at the Guildhall, on September 3rd inst., the Mayor in the chair, it was unanimously resolved "That a Testi- monial be presented to John James, Esq., Town Clerk, and that such Testimonial take the form of an Oil Painting." All present intimated their intention of subscribing. Subscriptions will be received by the Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, DR. EYTON-JONES, Grosvenor Lodge, Wrexham, who will acknowledge their receipt in the local papers. £ s. d. Amount already acknowledged 172 17 6 At a meeting of the Committee, held on Wednesday week at the Guildhall, it was resolved to close the sub- scriptions on the 2nd of December next. Subscribers are therefore respectfully requested to pay the amount already promised into the North and South Wales Bank as early as possible and intending Subscribers will oblige the Committee by forwarding their names to the Hon. Secretary, Dr. Eyton-Jones, without delay, to enable the arrangements with regard to the selection of an artist being carried out. 1485 tgal public Hofcs- JpUBLIC DEBATING CLASS. Ioung Mens Christian Association Rooms. EVERY TUESDAY EVENING, AT EIGHT O'CLOCK. Dec. 2nd—Essay, Materialism," Mr. Ault. Dec. Vth-Lectiire. "Folk Lore in Wales," Rev. M. Hamer, B.A. All young men are earnestly invited. 1494 WREXHAM CRICKET CLUB. THE ANNUAL MEETIXIT of the above Club will be held at THE FEATHERS' HOTEL, ON WEDNESDAY EVENING NEXT, DEC. 3RD, AT HALF-PAST SEVEN O'CLOCK, when all Members are particularly requested to attend. 1474 EDWARD MORGAN, SECRETARY. Ccaitesmsn's ùhrtSSs. OHNE PHOSPHOR KEIX GEDANKE. ZOEDONE. a delicious sparkling tonic bever- age for daily use containing the essential con- stituents of the BLOOD, the BKAIN, and KERYE TISSUE— NON-ALCOHOLIC. ZOEDOXE. a PHOSPHATES IRON BEVERAGE,, ..A invaluable to everyone engaged in professional, literary, scientific, commercial, athletic or other pursuits, involving the wear and tear of MENTAL OR PHYSICAL STRAIN. OEDONIE, specially valuable to CONVALES- Z CENTS and INVALIDS. The healthy wiP find it a grateful and comforting beverage. ZOEDONE, recommended by the faculty.— Z Medical testimony post free. ZOEDONE. preferred by many to Champagne, U at six to eight times the price. rl- OEDO-NE, mixes perfectly with Claret, other "j NViiies, Beer and Porter. ZOEDONE. a beverage for WINTER, as well U as for SUMMER use, and for any CLIMATE. ZOEDONE, par excellence, a beverage for U BALLS, PIC-NICS, EVENING PARTIES, BANQLETS, FETES, and other Festive occasions. ZOEDONE, an elegant, pleasant, and sustain- z ing beverage for Railway Travellers, Tourists, and Emigrants. ZOEDONE, put up like Champagne, in Cham- Z pagne Bottles, and is fit for any table. ZOEDONE thus described by a medical con- noiseur :—" Everyone was struck with the variety and attractiveness of the liquids at the Dinner at th& "Langham." By universal consent the palm was- awarded to ZOEDONE," a sparkling, delicious, exhilarating drink, containing Phosphates and Iron." ZOEDONE, spoken of by leading journals ia corresponding high terms, and assigned it the highest place at the MEDICAL BANQUET. PEICE—including bottles and paekagt&-irnEE ON RAILS AT WREXHAM 6s. 6d. per dozen, in half Champagne Bottles, usually sent in six dozen cases. 12s. per dozen in large Champagne Bottlcs, usually sent in three dozen cases. 6d. EXTRA PER DOZ. specially prepared for shipment, a.nd packed in casks. TESTIMONIALS. From William Carter, M.B., B-Se., L.L B., London, M.R.C.S., London, Phyficanto the Royal Southern pital Liverpool, Lecturer on Materia Mtdica, Livayoot Royal Infirmary School of Medicine. June 9th, 1879. I have great pleasure in expressing the high opinion which I have formed of the value of Zoedcme as a tonie beverage and medicine. It seems to me to meet a decided want, as by its means we are enabled to prescribe phosphates of iron, lime, &e., not merely in a very assimilable, but as w in a most palatable and refreshing form, I have prescribed it largely, and from my observation, of its effects believe it will be of great use to the profession. From Norman Kerr, M.D., F.L.S. 42, Grove Road, Regent's Park. London, 15th May, 1879. Zoedone is a most agreeable, refreshing and elegant tonic. This pleasant sparkling beverage, while most acceptable at the social board, is an invaluable adjunct to medicine. Prom William M. Dobit, M.D., Edinburgh, HoTturary Physician to the Chester Infirmary. Chester, June 14th, 1879. I have been much pleased with your effervescing drink termed Zoedone." I have tried it and found it aIL extremely agreeable, refreshing, and invigorating bever ge. I have recommended it to many of my patients who are unanimous in speaking well of it. To Messrs Evans and Co. From the Rev. D. Howell, B.D., Vicar of Wrexham. Vicarage, Wrexham, North Wales, March 24th, 1879. Messrs R. Evans and Co.-Your" Zoedone" is incom- parably the best non-alcoholic beverage I have eve tasted. It is used daily in my family. It is refresh stimulating, and strengthening. From Dr. Stephens, Senior Physician, InfirnLai-yfcor Children, Liver July 6th, 1879. I have recommended Zoedone to many of my patim* epecially ladies and children, where I considered a httte wine necessary, with, I am happy to say, the most gratifying results. "I have carefully examined a sample of tb(- Aerated Mineral Water, manufactured by s. Evans & Co., and to which they have :iven the ue of Zoedone.' I find the statement made respecting its composition to be fully borne out by the analysis. The Zoedone is a BRIGHT, SPARKLING, and VERY PLU. SANT beverage, quite free from any medicinal taste in- deed, it forms a most agreeable and elegant vehicle lot the administration of the Phosphates of Lime and I which it contains, and which are in a state of complete solution."—ARTHUR HILL HASSALL, M.D., London. Author of "Food, its adulterations, and the me:'i -Ml of their detection." AGENTS EVERYWHERE. PA.rENTEB: D. JOHNSON, F.C.S. MAWtTFAOTUREBS R, EVANS & CO., WREXHAM, NORTH WALES. -41.- POTATOES! POTATOES I FAMILIES, Hotels, Public Institutions, ttd JL the Trade supplied. SKND FOR PRICK Liff. MATTHEW JONES, WHOLESALE POTATO MERCHANT, 106, GRANVILLE STUHT, I BIRMINGHAM.