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If-ales Iit t3 it eft OIT. Messrs. Baugh, Jonas, & Co. SMITHFIELD, WREXHAM. MEsSRS BAUGH..TONES & CO.. will hold their next jyL SALE of STOCK in the above Smithfield, on Thurs- day, April 4, 1873. Stock already entered, viz. :— A lot ef prime tat Beasts, A lot of useful Dairy Cows, Several fresh Barrens, and fat Calves, A nice lot of Sheep, Lambs, and Pigs. Sale tit Ten o'clock. h Building Sites in Erddig Road, and Sontley Road, and in Manley Road anu Smitlifield Road, Wrexham. MESSRS. LAUGH, JONES AND CO. are instructed to SELL by AUCTION at the Lion Hotel. Hope Street, "Wrexham, on Friday, the Sth clay of Aoril, 1878, at 3 for 4 o'clock in tlieifterdooii, subject tiVconditions, several Lots of finely situated BUILDING LAND for the erection of Villa Residences, in Erddig Road and Sontley Road, in the Borough of Wrexham. Also, in I.ots suitable for smaller Dwelling Houses, the unsold portion of the field abutting Upon the New Smithfield, with Front a {res to Manley Road and Smithfield Road. The latter roads have recently been completed and sewered, and the land lias been proved to b- of unusual excellence for building- purposes. Plans and Particulars are iu course of preparation, and may shortly be obtained from the Auctioneers, or from Messrs. Acton and Bury, Solicitors, AVrexham. 271o PRELIMINARY. DESIRABLE VILLA RESIDENCE IN RTTABON ROAD. WllEXHAM", DENBIGHSHIRE. To be Sold by Auction by ME3SSRS. BAUGH, JONES, ATD CO at the Lion Hotel, Hope-street. Wrexham, on Friday, the 5th day of April, 1878, at Three for Four o'clock in the afternoon, subject to the csnditions to be then produced. All that recently erected, substantially built, and conveniently arranged Messuage or Dwelling-house ctlled "Edeirnion," with the outbuildings, yard, and garden thereunto belonging, situate adjoining the Ruabon and Bath- roads, in the town and borough of Wrexham, in the county of Denbigh, late in the occupation of Mr Pritchard, draper, and now of Miss Hopley. The house con- tains two cellars oil the basement, dining, drawing, and breakfast rooms, good kitchen, back kitchen, pantry, and w.c., on the ground floor, and on the cliomber storey, w.c. and five good bedrooms. The c irden contains about 25\1 square yards and is a most eligible building site, baring a good frontage to the Ruabou-road. For further particulars apply to M8sr>. Acton and Bury, solicitors, Wrexham, or, the Auctioneers, Temple Chambers, Wrexham. ^88 PRELIMINARY. Desirable Freehold Property in Charles-street and Beast Jlurket, Wrexham. Denbighshire. To be Soll by Auction, by MESSRS BAUGH, JONES, & CO., at the Lion Hotel, HoT);>stTeet, Wiexliam, on Friday, April the 5th, 1878, tt Three fir Four o'clock in the afternoon, subject to condi- tions to be then produced, in the following or such other lots as shall be agreed upon at the time of sale. LOT I.-All those Two MESSUAGES or DWELLING- HOUSES, with the Yards and Gardens thereunto belonging, situate and being No-. 30 and 31, on the west side of Beast Market, in the town and borough of Wrexham, in the county of Denbigh, and now in the respective occupations of Mr Edward Thomas Jones, and Mr Edward Jones. LOT2.-All that MESSUAGEor DWELLING-HOUSEand SHOP, situate adjoining the Hat Inn. and in the corner of Charles-street and Market-street, in the town of Wrexham aforesaid, and now in the occupation of Mr Peter Simpson. N.B.—Lot 1 contain.1: (to each bou <•) Cellar, Kitchen, Back Kitchen, Parlour, Three Bedrooms, and a good Garden. Mr E. T. Jones' hou-(,. has an entrance of 4ft wide. Lot 2 contains good Cellar, Shop, Kitchen, Pantry, and Five Bedrooms, and has a good frontage to Cliarles-streetand Market-street, and is most eligible for building purposes. For further particulars apply to Mr J. Allington Hughes, .Solicitor, Wrexham, or the Auctioneers, Temple Chambers, Wrexham. 2S7b THE MOUNT, WREXHAM. To be Sold by Auction by MESSRS. BAUGH, JONES, AND CO. on the premises in Mount Street, Wrexham, on Wednesday, the 10th day of April next, at 3 for 4 o'clock in the afternoon, and subject to conditions to be then produced, all that FREE- HOLD MANSION formerly called the Mount," and latterly known as the Working Men's Hall, situate in Mount Street, in the Borough of Wrexham, and i.ow used as a Working Man's Club and Institute. The land has an area of 2,92S square yards move or less, and the Building comprises 2 large dining-rcon8, 2 billiard-rooms, library, bagnti lie-room, 2 bath-rooms, 4 bedrooms, w.c., with gas and water laid on. For further information apply to the Auctioneers, or to Mr John Jones, Solicitor, Wrexham. Wrexham, 21st March 1878. 314f Mr. Snapc- BRYNYFFYNNON LODGE." No. 30. REGENT-STREET, WREXHAM. MR SNAFE has the honour to announce that he has been instructed to offer for SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the Lion House, Wrexham, on Tuesday, March 26th, "1878, at Three for Four o'clock in the afternoon, subject to conditions to bwthen produced, that, most desirable Freehold MESSUAGE or DWELLING-HOUSE, known as "Bryny- ffynnon Lodge" (being c. 30, Regent-street), iu the borough ef Wrexham. It comprises an area of 516 square yards, with a frontage upon Regent-street of GO feet. It contains on the ground floor 2 reception rooms (24ft by 15ft fiin and 15ft by 13ft (Sin). entrance hall. large kitchen, w.c., larder, pantry, and coal house, with good cellars. On first floor three good bedrooms, dressing rcom, w.c. On second floor* four bedrooms and dressing room. A two-stalled stahb, harness room, and coach house. A detached cottage latterly used as offices, larze yard containing the usual out-oflices and ornamental garden in front. This Property occupies a most advantageous position for llusineas purposes, being situated in one of the best thorough- fares in the borough, the main road from the Great Western Railway Station. Any further information may be had from Mr J. Allinsrton Hughes, solicitor, Wrexham; Mr Howel DavicS, architect, .N. 1, Hill-street, Wrexham or from the Auctioneer, Lion House Wrexham, where plans of the property can be seen. 2'31'c Mr Birch. WREXHAM SMITRFIELD. The next mart sale will be held on Thursday, April 4,1878. MR BIRCH begs to inform his numerous friends anil customers that the following stock has been already ontered for gale, comprising— Prime Fat Beasts. Prime Fat Sheep aDd Lambs. Fat and Store rigs. Calves, &c. The property of the supporters of this mart, including Simon Yorke, Esq., A. Peel, Eq., J. Clark, Esq., G. Braseey Ej, J. Walker, Esq., T. Brassey, Esq., E. Lewis, Esq., Messrs T. Milligan, R. J. Roberta, T. Evison, T. Roberts, J. Saudbach,— Huxley, J. Piggott, J. Sandbach, jun., Lee, GJifTe, &c., &c. Sale to commence with fat cattle at ten o'clock Office: Marcbwiel, Wrexham. 8:19 Messrs. Heather and Co. (kLtH MORFA HALL, WELLINGTON ROAD, RHYL. Bictensiye sale of excellent and substantial Household Fur- aiture, beinjr the contents of dining room, drawing room, breakfast roon^, morning room, entrance hall, eight bed- rooms, lobbies, staircase, kitchens, servants' hall, and general domestic offices; handsome carpels, brilliant pier glasses, a choice collection of works of art and virtu, about 300 volumes of books, cutlery, china. glass, superior feather beds, bed ant1 table linen, richly-cut four-light glass chandeliers, culinery utensils, gas fittings, &c., &c. MESSRS HEATHEE & CO. respectfully announce that they have been instructed by Miss Hughes, who is riving up house-keeping, to Sell by Public Auction at Glan Morfa Hall, on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, April 2nd, 3rd, and 4th, commencing each day at 12 for 12-(I sharp, the'whole of the valuable modern and antique HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, being as under First day's Sale-Tuesday, April 2nd, Comprise the whole of the KITCHEN, BU rLEU'8 PANTItl, LARDER, aud all the out-door Effects, containing very ex- CeMont kitchen appointments, of all kinds, including copper akellet, stew pans, saucepans, fountains, kettles, iron boilers, fish kettles, roasting jack and tin, large iron stool, fenders, Ares3ers in oak very 1 irge with brass fittings. Ihe Butler's Pantry will be found replete with glass, dinner and breakfast services. The Out-door Effects comprise a large quantity of pottii^ plauts, potatoe boxes, chall-cutting machine, to- gether with lawn mower, cucumber frame, garden tools, wheelbarrows. &c., See. Second day's Sale—Wednesday, April 3rd, Will be sold all tlle effects of. the BEDROOMS, containing graud old secretaries, modern mahogany ui^cl other chests of drawers, choice dressing tables, washstands and ware, superb ovttl toilet glasses. The very best feather beds, hair and wool mattresses, exceedingly pretty hangings and window blinds, noble mahogany four-post bedsteads, brats and iron bed- steads, mahogany commodes, carpets, rn";8, fenders, spark guard, blankets, ahoets, counterpanes, towe!s, &c., &c. Third day's Sale—Thursday, April 4th, WiH be sold the contents of DRAWING ROOM, MORNING ROOM, LANDING, DINING ROOM, and 1IALL, in which will be found very handsome cornice boards, richly gilt with fringe and hangings drawing room suite (upholstered) with single, easy and sewing chairs; elegant centre, loo, card, studv, and other tables a rare collection of oil paint- iugs and coloured prints grand toned full-ecmpass piano- forte (by D'Aliaine and Co., London) richly gilt pier classes in carved gilt frames • old and finely-carved oak side- boards,' [date lfi36j; a superior dining table, 12ft. by 5ft. 6in.; e I f,,3 a collection of oak carvings several works of Indian art: bout 30a volumee of books, some of which are very rare and valuable carpets matting; rugs ines set of croquet; complete bagateUe board large Hze and many other things too numerous to mention in posters, but are fully described in catalogues which may be had from the principal hotels in the neighbourhood, or on application to the auctioneers. The whole of the goods will be on view on Monday, 1st day of April, and on the morning of each day's aale, the 2nd, ;Jrd, and 4th days of April, 1878.. This charming residence to be Let; Franumg in its own grounds of about 2 acres, having an uninterrupted nli)\V of I t11" far-famed Yale of Clwyd. HEATHER & CO. Auotion Oii, Bodfor and- KiumeV- street, Rhyl. March lsth> Wi. 750 I Safos iw udhrn. Messrs. Pickering, Sons, & Woodfla. Important Sale of Live and Dead Farming Stock, Dairy Vessels, Potatoes. Seed Oats, Household Furniture, and other Effects, at the CRABMILL FARM, Allinaton, Rossett, about six miles from Chester, four from Wrexham, and one mile from Rossett Station, on the Great Western Line. MESSRS PICKERING, SONS, AND WOODFIN HAVE received instructions from Mrs Jones (who is giving up the farm), to SELL BY AUCTION,on Wednesday, March 27th, 1878, the whole of her valuable DAIRY STOCK, Horses and Colts, Implements of Husbandry, Dairy Vessels, Potatoes, Oats, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, &c., &c„ comprising 23 choice-bred dairy cows, calved and to calve; one barren cow, stirk, well bred two-year-old bull, young sow end 12 pigs, ditto and 11 ditto, iu-pig gilt, young brawn, Diamond," very handsome in-foal bay cart mare, rising six years old, stands IC) hands; "Boxer," powerful bay cart horse, rising four years old, stands 16 hands; "Hob," very useful bay hack horse, nine years old, stands 15 hands; "Flower," active grey cart mare, rising three years old, stands 15 hands; two very promising bay cart fillies, rising two years cld; about ten couples of fowls, broad-wheeled waggon with harvest gearing, three broad-wheeled carts with ditto, narrow-wheeled cart, market shandry with cratches, Cambridge roller, wood ditto, two horse rakes by Howard, hay tedder by Nicholson, tbree wheel ploughs, by Howard, double shell plough by Howard, set of Bedford harrows, wood barrows, pair of iron harrows, chain harrows, weighing machine by Averv, combined reaping and mowing machinc by Samuelson, horse-power "for ch;ilf-cutting, pulp- ing. &c., with straps and pulleys, by Albion Ironworks Company; pulper, by Salopian Ironworks Company; chaii cuttcr, for hand or horse-power, by Pieksley, Sims, and Co., long and short ladders, mash barrow, iron, stone, Bucklcy cutter, for hand or horze-pt) wet-, by Picksley, Sims, and Co., long and short ladders, mash barrow, iron, stone, Bticklcy ware, and wooden pig troughs; two stone cisterns, three iron boilers, old iron, quantity of small implements, sack trucks, cart ropes, empty sacks, stack pillars, cross-cut saw, rain tubs, three sets of thrill gears, two chain ditto, two pair of ploughing traces, set of harness, breaking tackle, large cheese tub, small ditto, cheese fillets and binders, 30 pair of cheese vats, two curd mills, two curd breakers, curd strainer, brass and tin milk pans, two nvlk tankards, cheese benches, scoles and weights, butter tub, cream mug, two patent cheese screws, milking cans, milk sieves, horse-power and hand churn, patent mangling and wrinsriug idacliiiie; the whole of the neat and useful Household Furniture; a quantity of Skerry blue eating potatoes, quantity of Skerry blue ets, a quantity of capital yellow seed oats. &c., &c. Lunch at Ten o'clock. Sale to commence at 11 o'clock prompt. Full particulars in catalogues, which may be had ten days prior to the Sale, on the premises: at the Alyn Hotel, Rossett; or at the Auctioneers' Office, the Eastgate Chester. 252c jstaLcs by ribaÜ Contract. ON SALE.—SEED OATS, Black Tartarian Oats, Price 10s per 105]bs, delivered on rails at Denbigh Station. The above are of excellent quality and are very true. Only once sown on this farni.-Apply to the B.dliff, Ystrad Farm, Denbigh. :2310 ¡ (gaI aiti) Jhblic IXofias. FOOTBALL MATCH, yy ELSH (CHALLENGE CUP FINAL TIE. DRUIDS v. WREXHAM, Will be played, by the kind permission of Sir Robert Cunliffe, Bsrt., in Acton Park, on Saturday next, March 30th, at four o'clock. A Special Train at reduced fares will be run from Oswestry about 2.30, calling at all intermediate stations. Admission, at the Ilhoanessney Lodge, Sixpence. 31-5f ROYAL SOCIETY FOR THE PREVENTION OF CRUELTY TO ANIMALS. A Branch of this Society has now been formed for Wrexham and its neighbourhood, in connection with Birkenhead, and through the instrumentality of Inspector Grover, of the Royal Society, much good has already been done in the district. Ten convictions have been obtained against persons for gross cruelty to Horses, Donkeys, &c. It is estimated that it will cost between XSO and £100 per annum to sustain the Wrexham Branch, and secure the regular attendance of an inspector. About X40 has been promised towards the expenses of ihe current year, and a list of the subscribers will shortly be published, Subscriptions and donations will be thankfully received by MISS CECILE WHITE, Hon. Secretary, Gladwyn, Wrexham; and J. OSWELL BURY, Hon. Treasurer, 807b Wrexham. TESTIMONIAL TO R ALEXANDER F YFE, WREXHAM. £ s. d. Amount already acknowledged 51 17 6 Messrs Myrtin and Son, plumbers 110 G. Osborne Morgan, E-sq., -NI.P 1 1 0 Mr Edward Jones, plumber 0 10 6 Mr C. E, Darby, Bryrnbo 0 10 6 Mr E. Dale, Chester 0 10 6 Mr Lee, Spring Lodge 0 10 0 "Mr John Rogers, bookseller. 0 7 6 *Mr W. A. Holland, College-street 0 5 0 "Mr E. Owen, Brook-street 0 5 0 "Miu-ter .loi.n Lee, Spring Lodge 0 5 0 Master W. Lee, do. 0 5 0 Quartermaster-Sergeant Malons 0 6 0 Mr D. McCormick 0 5 0 Further subscriptions will thankfully received by Iesrs Hughes & Son, C. Bayuy ft Co., J. Rogers, J. Joney, butter, Benjamin Jones, Hope-street; K. Potter tid J. Randla-i, High-street; T. Cross, Town-hill; and W. l'iere., Bridge, street; ami also by the treasurer Mr A. W. Edwards, Grove- road, and the hon sees. The committee »re anxious to close the list at as early a date as possible and would fed greatly obliged if intending subscribers would kitnlly forward their subscriptions at their earliet convenience. HOWEL DAVIES ) EDWIN H. ASTLEYVHon. Sees. 274o CHAS. DODD ) MEMORIAL WINDOW TO TUB LATE REV. K VV I S LEW18. Al. A., RECTOR OF DENBIGH, | To be placed in 3. Mary's Church, Denbigh. SUeSOGlPTIONS PROMISED. £ s. 4. Alrendy announced 282 190 Mr W. II. Heaton, Reigate 1 10 0 Mrs Turner Jones 110 Miss Jeanie Jones 110 Mr E. T. Jones 0106 Mrs A. Greer 1 1 o 28S 3 6 Future Contributions will be duly announced. Subscrip- tions receivable at any Branch of the North and South Wales Bank, for credit of tha "Lowijs Memorial," Dell- bigb. THOMAS CASSON, ?,10b Hon, Secretary and Treasurer. COUNTY OF FLINT. ■VfOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEJf, that the General AA Quarter Sessions of the Peace for the County of Flint, will be held, by adjournment, at the County Hall, in Mold, in the said county, on Tuesday, the 9th day of April next, at a « quarter past One o'clock in the afternoon, when all business relating to the assessment, application or management of the county and police rates will commence. And Notice is also Giver., that the next General Quarter Sessions of the Peace for the said county of Flint will be held at the County Hall aforesaid, on Wednesday, the 10th day of April next, at a quarter to Eleven o'clock in the forenoon. All business relating to the a.<sesiJml"nt, application or management of tho county and police rates, will commence at noon of the same day. And Notice is also Given, on the requisition of five justices acting for the said county, that at the last-mentioned General Quarter Sessions, and at the time and place hereinbefore mentioned for holding the same, it will be proposed to in- crease the police force of the said county by the appointment of two additional officers. All depositions and instructions for indictments must be sent to my office in Mold, if practicable, six days before the said last-mentioned Quarter Sessions, otherwise the costs will not be allowed. A. T. ROBERTS, Clerk of the Peace. Mold, 18th March, 1878. 280c LLEYN AND EIFIONYDD AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. THE ANNUAL snow OF ENTIRE HORSES will be held at Pwllheli, on the 1st May, 1878, when premiums will be awarded as follow, viz. For showing the best Stallion, calculated for Husbandry X40 Second best ditto Clo Ditto ditto, suitable for Saddle or Harness A:20 The Owner of each Stallion exhibited must produce a certificate from a properly qualified Veterinary Surgeon, that the Horse is free from hereditary unsoundness; and the Prized Stallions are not to Serve Mares out the district of the Society, or for a fee of more than £1 and 2s 64 for the Groom R. OWEN JONES, Secretary. PwHheJi, 1U1 March, 1878. 27 I JtgaI a lib tuhIic Hotrces. S. ASAPH DIOCESAN CONFERENCE. CLERGY and Lay Representatives who intendbeing present at the Conference to be held in Oswestry in Easter week, I and desire hospitality, are requested to send in their names immediately to the Local Sec., Rev E. J. Rees, Oswestrv. 3°30 DENBIGHSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS. OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the General Quarter -L' Sessions of the Peace in and for the County of Denbigh, will be held at the County Hall, in Denbigh, on Thursday, the 11th day of April, 1878, at Twelve o'clock at noon. and will be continued at the same place on the follow- ing day at Ten o'clock in the forenoon. The business relating to the acts made and passed regard- ing the Police, and the business relating to the assessment K application or management of the County Stock or Rate, will commence on Thursday aforesaid at Twelve o'clock, at which hour all bills and demands against the County are to be laid before the Court. The Grand and Petty Jurors, and all persons bound by recognizance to prosecute, and give evidence, or to surrender in discharge of their bail, are to appear at Denbigh aforesaid, on Friday, the 12th day of April. 1878, at Ten o'clock in the forenoon. And Notice is Hereby Given that on the 12th day of February, 1878, the following formal application, signed by a majority of the Justices of the Peace, acting in the Petty Sessional Division of the Hundred of Bromileld, was delivered to me as Clerk of the Peace for the County of Denbigh To the Justices of the Pence for the Count;/ (If Denbigh in Quarter Sessions ansembkd. Whereas there is not a fit place for holding the Petty Sessions within the Petty Sessional Divi-ion of Bromfleld, in the County of Denbigh. Wo, the undersigned, Justices of the Peace for the said County, being the major part of the Justices of the Peace acting in the said Petty Sessional Division of Bromfield, do by this writing, signed by us, make application to you the Justices of the Pcace of the said County, assembled iu Q iarter Sessions at Denbigh, on the 11th day of April next, and request you to direct that a tit and proper place be provided for holding the Petty Sessions of the Peace within the said Petty Sessional Division of Bromfield. As witness our hands this 4th day of February. 1878, T. L. FitzHugh, B. T. Griflith-Boscawen, F. H. Barker, Edward Evans, S P. Hope, S. Yorke, J. H. Ffoulkes. JOSEPH PEERS, Clerk of the Peace. Ruthin, 12th March, 1878. Instructions for indictments should be sent to my office (if practicable) four days at least before the sessions. N.B.—The County Treasurer will pay the claims against the County, at the County Hall, in Ruthin, on londay, the 22nd day of April next, at Ten o'clock a.m. 26gg FORTY SHILLINGS REWARD. NOTICE.—Whereas some evil-disposed Peron or Persons l. have, on Friday, the 1st, and Tuesday, the 12th illst., LAID STONES UPON THE TRAMWAY,'between Wrex- ham and Rhos, thereby endangering the lives of the Passengers by that Tramway. The above Reward will be fdven to any Person who shall give such information as shall lead to the couviction of the Offender or Offenders. Signed for the Tramways Company, R. C. FEARNLEY, General Manager. Temple Chnmbers, Wrexham, Marchl3th, 1S78. 282b RE-OPENING or S. MARK'S CHURCH, C O N N A H S QUAY. ON MONDAY, MARCH 26, 1878. THERE will be Devine Serviee at 11-30 a.m. on Monday, March 25th, with the Holy Communion. The LORD BISHOP of S. Asaph will preach. Evening Service at 7-0 p.m., The Rev THOMAS H. CROSS, M.A., Vicir of 8, Andrew's, Southport, will preach, There will also be Divine Service at 7.0 p.m. on TUESDAY. March 20: Preacher—Rev Ll. Wynne Jones, M..4, Vic:ir of Llanllwehaiam. WEDNESDAY, March 27 Preacher-Itev Robert Williams, M.A., Hon Canon of S. Asaph, Rector of Llaufyllin. THURSDAY, March 2bth Preacher—Rev lidward Smart. M A.. Rector of Denbigh. FRIDAY, March 29th Preacher—Rev T. Errington Scott, B.A., S. Paul's, Chester. There will be Collections after each Service towards the Church Alteration Fund, in which there is a deficiency of about 4600. BANGOR (FLINTSHIRE) STEEPLE CHASES Will take place on FRIDAY, APRIL 12TH, 1878, Under the Grand National Rules. Ste tvards His Grace the DUKE OF WESTMINSTER, K.G. VISCOUNT COMBI-RMERE. SIR W. W. WYNN, BART., M.P. EDMUND PEEL, ESQ, S. K. MAIN WARING, ESQ. Clerk of the Course I CAPTAIN FRANCIS OWEN. Clerk of the Scales MR MINTON. TME GRAND WYNNSTAY STEEPLE CHASE of <100 (£50 by Sir W. W. Wynn, Bart., and £ 50 by the gentlemen of the H unt) for horses bona-JUle the property of, and in the possession (for six months previous to starting) of farmers of not less than 5U acres, who reside within the limits of the country he hunts, and which have been regularly hunted with his hounds; four years old lOst 71b, five list 121b, six and aged 12st 71b; seiond horse to receive £ 15 fr. m the stake; winner of any race once to carry 71b, twico 10lb, thiice or more i lib extra; li, r-.es bred within the limiis of Sir W. W. Wyun's country allowed 71b; about three miles. Winners of this race in any previous year not allowed to enter. Entrance fee. THE BRYN-Y-PYS STEEPLECHASE of C2 each, with Lbo added, for horses which belong to gentlemen residing within the limits of Sir W. W. Wynn's country, and have been regularly hunted with his hounds; 12st each; any winner of a Steeple Chase or Hurdle Race once 71b, twice 141b, thrice 18lb extra; gentlemen riders, or members of Sir W. W. Wynn's hunt. About three miles. THE COMBEKMERE STEEPLE CHASE of t-I each, with £ 75 added, for horses which belong to farmers, innkeepers, or tradesmen, and have been in their possession from the 1st of January, 187S; four years old 10.it 31b, live list 81b, six and aged 12st 3lb winners once 71b, more than ♦nee 121b, or of this race in any previous year Iblb extra; second horse to receive XI-5 from the stakes, and the third to save stake; winner to be sold for £ 400 if demanded. About three miles. THE BANGOR OPEN STEEPLE CHASE of X.5 each, 102 forfeit, with JE100 added; four years old lost 31b, five list 81b, six and aged I2st 311); winners of a Steeple Chase or Hurdle Race once to carry jib, twice or of a race value 50sov. 71b. lOOsov. 101b, SOOtsor. 141b, and 300sov. once or collec- f tively 181b extra; second horse to receive £ 15 from the stakes. About three miles. rHE RED COAT STEEPLE CHASE of £ 50 for horses that never won a race value £ 50 at starting; list each; to be ridden in proper hunting costume by gentlemen riders or members of Sir W. W. Wynn's hunt; entrance C2. About three miles. rHE FLINTSHIRE STEEPLE CHASE of £50, for hunters that have never won a race previous to time (I(st,irtiitg; four years old lOst 31b, five list 81b, six and aged 12st 31b; entrance X2. About three miles. rHEOTELKY STEEPLE CHASK of £1 each, with £ 40 added, for horses under 15 hands; second horse to receive je5 from ] tke stakes; four years old lOst, five list, six and aged list 71b; winners of auy race 71b extra. About three miles. tHE LADIES' STEEPLE CHASE of X30, added to a sweepstakes *f XI each, for beaten horses at this Meeting; four year old lost 31b, five list 81b, six and aged 12st 31b; winners once 71b, more than once 121b extra; second to receive XS from the stakes. About two mi es. '•"To be entered in the Weighing Sta:d immediately after The Flintshire Steeple Chase." rHE PONY STEEPLE CHASE of £ 20, for ponies not exceeding 14 hands; JOst for 13 hands, and 31d extra for each entire inch up to 14 hands; entrance 10s. About two miles. First race at Twelve o'clock. CONDITIONS. All the above Steeple Chases are confined to Hunters which, during the twelve months previous to the day of starting, shall not have run in any country for a handicap, whether aver a country or not, or for any race not confined to hunters, chargers, or yeomanry horses, and are to be ridden by persons who never rode for hire, riders must be qualified according to Rules 159 or HiO. In all Hunter's Stakes a Certificate from n. Master of Fox: or Stag Hounds is required, and it mtist be lodged at loIessr. Weatherby's Office, 6, Old Burlington Street, London, a clear: t1)ek before the race in which the horse is intended to run. ..4.. Fresh Certificate is required after the first of January in each j year, and a fee of 2s 6d charged for registration. j < Three horses to start in each race, or only half the added money will be given, and in case of a walk-orer the whole will be withheld, but in all cases where two start sufficient will be added to make the value of the stakes not Jess than £10. Colours of the riders, horses, weights, and ages, to be 1: declared at the time of entry, and any horse being ridden in oolours contrary to those on the Card, will be fined £1 to go to the Fund. 7 his rule, will be strict y enforced. No shooting at glass balls will be permitted at this Meeting. Any person riding over any Fence in the Course will be fined £ i. NO ILLEGAL BETTING ALLOWED. Poet Office orders to be made payable to the Clerk of the Course, Captain Francis Owen, at Ruabon.-Postal Address Altbrey, near Wrexham. Entries (except where otherwise specified to be made at the Wynnstay Arms, Euabon, on Monday, April 8th, befofe Half-past Six o'clock p.m., either personally or by letter, enclosing the entrance money or sweepstakes, addressed to The Steeple ChaH Committee, Wynnstay Arm), Ruabon. 3'))( Ifogal artfr public Sottas- LLANGOLLEN PARISH CHURCH ORGAN FUND. RESOLUTION passed on Monday, February It 18th, 1878 Ie Thst it is desirable to raise a sum of at least L400 towards providing a suit- able ORGAN for the Parish Church." Contributions to be paid in to Messrs Richards and Co., to the North and South Wales Bank, or to the Honorary Secretary. RICHARD BOWCOTT, 343b liON. SEC. 1878. BASCHURCH HUNT STEEPLE CHASES, Will take place on TUESDAY, APRIL 2ND, 1 8 7 8, Under Grand National Rules. Stewards: SIR W. W. WYNN, BART., M.P., COL. LLOYD, SIR VINCENT CORBET, BART., C. WINGFIELD, ESQ., SIR VINCENT CORBET, BART., C. WINGFIELD, ESQ., X. HULTON HARROP, ESQ. JOHN H. N. WALFORD, ESQ., Hon Secretary and Clerk of the Course, Buy ton Towers, Shrewsbury. JI,l H. MINTON, j Sludge and Clerk of the Scales. A FARMERS PLATE of 50 "»vs for hunters, hona-ji<:{* tbe property of tenant farmers, occupying not less than 50 acres, of land; to be riddeu by gentlemen, farmers, or their s<->iis. who have never ridden for hire. Four years old, lost. 31bs., five Ilst. 8lbs; six and aged, 12,t. 31. Winners, once, 7lbs; twice, 141bs. extra. Entrance, I sov. each, to go to the second horse. About 3 miles. THE RUYTON AMATEUR STEEPLE CHASE, of 5 says each (2 sovs. forfeit to the fund), with 50 sovs. added, for hunters regularly hunted with Sir W. W. Wynn's, North Shropshire, or Shrewsbury Hounds, and bona'tidt the pro- Eerty of gentlemen residing within the limits of the above unts. ljti. each. Winners, once, 71bs.; twice, 141bs. Gentlemen riders or members of the above hunts. About 3 miles. THE UNITED HUNT CUP, of 50 SOTS, for hunters that have bqen regularly hunted with Sir W. W. Wynn's. North Shropshire, or Shrewsbury Hounds, and balla-fide the property of farmers tradesmen, innkeepers, or their sons, and to be ridden by the same, or gentlemen riders, who have never ridden for hire. Four year old, lost. 3ibs.; five, list. SIbs.; six and aged, 12st. 31bs. Winners, once, 101bs. twice, 211bs. extra. Entrance, 1 sov., to go to the second horse. About 3 miles. THE SHROPSHIRE OPEN HUNT STEEPLE CHASE of 5 so vs. each (2 sovs. forfeit to the funm, with 50 30vs. added. Four years old, lOst. 31bs.; five, list. SIbs.; six and aged 12st. 31bs. Winners, 7Ibs.; twice or 100 sovs. lOlbs., or 200 sovs. Hlbs. extra. To be ridden by gentle- men, farmers, their sons, or any one who has never ridden for hire. About 3 miles. THE RED COAT OPEN STEEPLE CHASE PLATE of 40 sovs., for bona fide hunters that have never won a steeple chase, flat race, or hurdle race, at the time of starting. J3dt. each. To be ridden in proper hunting costume. Gentlemen riders, or members of Sir W. W. Wynn's, the Cheshire, Shrewsbury, or North Shropshire hunts. En- trance, 2 sovs. to the fund. About 3 miles. THE GAJLLOWAY RACE of 20 sovs., 1 sov. entrance to go to the second, for horses not exceeding 15 hands. lOst. ílbs. each. Winners, once, 7lbs.; twice, 141bs extra. About 3 miles. THE OPEN STEEPLE CHASE PLATE of 25 sovs., for horses beaten at this meeting. Weights and conditions same as Shropshire Open Hunt Steeple Chase. Toclosedirectly after race S. Entrance, 1 sov., to go to the second horse. 4 LL the races are for bona fide hunters that, during the V twelve months previous to the day of entry, Bhall not have run in any country, for a handicap, whether over a country or not, or for any race not confined to hunters, chargers, or yeomanry. All entries to close and name at the Wynnstay Arms Hotel. Oswettry, on Thursday, the 28th of March, before 6 o'clock p, m., either personally or by letter, enclosing the entrance money, addressed to The Hon. Secretary of Bas- church Races," Wynnstay Arms Hotel, Oswestry, Salop. For further particulars apply to the Hon. Secretary. 185d \.r. tnbtrs. WREXHAM MARKET HALL COMPANY. Wholesale Vegetable Market, Pedlars' Market, and Addi- tions to Butchers' and Fish Market. TO BUILDERS, IRON FOUNDERS, AND OTHERS. CONTRACTORS desirous of Tendering for the above works, either for the whole, or in separate trades, must please send their names and addresses, on or before the 2nd of April next. to the Architect Mr J. Stevens, F.It.J.B.A, SS, Moseley-street, Manchester. JONATHAN OWEN, Secretary. Wrexham, March 19th, 1878. « TO FARMERS AND OTHERS. THE Highway Board (Wrexham District) is prepared to receive TENDERS for Carting Stones, Cinders, and Gravel to the roads wi bin their district. The Cartage for each township is to be contracted for separately, and the late Turnpike roads in convenient lengths for the year ending :15th March, 1879. Persons desirous of Tendering for the above should apply to the Surveyor, who will ex lain the terms on which Tenders will be received, and where the materials are be carted from. Tenders are to be sent to me on or before the 8th day of April. The Board do not bind themselves to accept the lowest cr any Tender. By Order of the Board, JOHN BURY, Clerk. Maroh 22nd, 1878. 309b TO BUILDERS. PARTIES desirous of submitting Tenders for the erection of a Police Station and Two Residences at Mold, can see the plans and specification at the office of H. J. Fairclough, architect and county surveyor, on and after the 16th instant. The tenders sealed and endorsed Tenders for Police Station, md addressed to the Chairman of the Quarter Sessions, to be delivered at the office of the Clerk of the Peace, Mold, on Wednesday, the 3rd day of April. The lowest or any Tender will not necessarily be accepted. St. Asaph, March 14th, H78. 277e TO BUILDERS. C^LTINISTIC METHODIST CHAPEL, TREFNANT, NEAR DENBIGH. THE Committee are prepared to receive TENDERS for Additions and Alterations to the above. Plan" and specifications to be seen at the Chapel House, and Tenders :o be sent on or before the 6th of April next, addressed to W. P. Evans, Esq., Greenfield, Rhyl. They do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any render. RICHARD OWENS, Architect, OOOd 2, Breck Road, Liverpool. tt(ati1}n. MB HARRISS'S MUSIC AND SINGING LESSONS. rHE next Term of Lessons will commence on Friday, March the 2'Jtli inst. 211, Erddig-road, Wrexham. SIDc j — t SEASIDE EDUCATION, PARKGATE, CHESHIRE. GRANTHAM HOUSE SCHOOL. "tATOST healthily situated on the Estuary of the Dee. Short distance by rail from Chester, Liverpool, and Birken- tiead. Offers special advantages for delicate boys. Inclusive terms for general education. Extras are charged only for Music, Modern Languages, and Drawing, which are taught 01 professors. Prospectuses and every information can be obtained from the Heyd. the Proprietor. 204o i J EDUCATION. PRELIMINARY ADVERTISEMENT. MISS HUMPHREYS beps to announce that she intends to open a HIGH-CLASS SCHOOL FOR LADIES at Salisbury Park, Wrexham, after the Easter vacation. She will be aSBited by a staff of Resident Governesses (English ind Foreign), and of efficient Professors. The work of the school will proceed upon modern systems entirely, such as ire now becoming known in the higher public schools for ladies. No consistent expense will be spared to provide for somfort and welfare of the pupils, and to make it a home I where they may receive a superior education under the best teachers and masters. There will be a separate class for boys under 10 years of age. Prospectuses will be issued shortly, and in the meantime information may be obtained by applying to MISS HUMPHREYS, Llay Villa, Gresford. 272o TOWER HALL, LLANGOLLEN. ESTABLISHMENT FOR YOUNG LADIES. Principals DR. & JJBS. ELLIS. The, house is delightfully situated on an eminence, about half a mile from the town, and commands splendid views of the far-famed Vale of Linngollen. The course of instruction is such as to qualify young Ladies for useful and honourable positions m society, as well as for competitive examinations. Pr< speetus^s, Jtc., on application. 129* < W:r al}ts l1Un' fj §lbbr*ssjcs MR SHERRAT, Solicitor and Notary, is REMOVING to his own Premises next to Savings Bank. Several handsome suites of offiees, cellars, store rooms, stables, and coach-honse to LET.—Apply, Mr Sherratt, Brynyfiynnon Newydd. 180c THE TEA TRADE. 14, HIGH-STREET, WREXHAM. I THE present Season's arrivals of FINE TEAS from China are again exceedingly large, while the excellent quality of former years is fully main- tained. The most delicate taste of connoisseurs will be gratified by the superior character of some of the INDIAN TEAS which have arrived, resembling the old Choice Kaisow—so highly appreciated by the con- sumers of the finer classes of Tea. The unparalleled success which has marked the progress of our business from year to year is the result of our practical knowledge of Tea, and of the exercise of proper care in the selection of Stock, which enables us to sell TEAS and COFFEES of superior quality at moderate prices. We tender our sincere thanks to our numerous customers for their constantly increasing support and extensive recommendation and they may rest assured that all orders entrusted to us will continue to have our prompt attention. The following qualities are well worth special notice:— e. d. Strong Kaisow Congou, refreshing, pungent 1 8 Fine Kaisow Congou, a choice mixture 2 9 Delicious Breakfast Congou. This is a perfect Tea of great strength 2 4 Choice Moning CongotJ. This is a Tea of stew ling quality 2 8 Finest Moning Congou. We especially recom- mend this high-class Tea 2 10 Finest Lapsang Souchong, unsurpassed at the price. 3 0 Finest Kaisow Congou, a family mixture of fine Teas, choicely blended, rich ill flavour 3 4 The Finest Mixture of Teas that can be pro- duced. This is the Prince of Teas 3 6 A CHOICE AND SELECT STOCK OF FRENCH ITALIAN, AND COLONIAL GOODS. DELIVERY OF GOODS. C. K. B. & Ceo deliver all Orders Free of Charge by their own vans or by carrier, or carriage paid to the nearest railway station. ORDERS per post, carrier, or messenger, will have immediate attention. HOURS OF BUSINESS. C. K. B. and Co's Stores are opened at 8 a.m., closed at 7 p.m. on Thursdays at s.30 p.m.; and on Saturdays at 10.30 p.m. N.B.—They will-be entirely closed on the four days set apart as Bank Holidays. C. K. BENSON AND CO., FAMILY GROCERS, 14, HIGH-STREET, WREXHAM. G71o GROCERY AND PBOVISION ESTABLISHMENT, VALE-STREET, DENBIGH. MESRS LITTLER & WILLIAMS, Grocers and Provision Merchants, VICTORIA HOUSE, DENBIGH, BEG to announce that the premises BANK PLACE, Vale- street, recently purchased by them are undergoing suitable alterations and improvements, and will be so extended as to enable them to carry on their large and increasing business on the same priuciples as hitherto, and which have obtained for them so large ashore of public patronage. The improvements at BANK PLACE are nearlv completed and due notice will be given of the opening of the premises. 267g ALLIANCE A SSURANCE CO. SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL, £ 5,000,000 (Of which £ 550,000 is paid up). FIRE RESERVE FUND UPWARDS OF £ 550,000. CIllEF OFFICES; BARTHOLOMEW LANE, LONDON. Chairman. SIR MOSES IfONTEFIORE, BART., F. R.S. Secretary. ROBERT LEWIS, ESQ. WELSH BRANCH HIGH STREET, WREXHAM. Chairman. THOMAS BARNES, ESQ. Fire Insurances of every description transacted 011 moderate terms. For Prospectuses and other iiiformation apply at the above office, or to any of the agents of the company. E. LLEWELYN LLOYD, Secretary. Wrexham. IMPORTANT TO FARMEM! NO MORE BIRD BOYS BBQUIHBD. KING'S PATENT CARBOLIC DRESSING FOR SEED CORN. I.Hgft Preparation is suitable for all Descriptions of Corn, JL is perfectly harmless to the germination of the seed, easily ippiied, and prevents the attack of Game, Rooks and V entiin. No other dressing is required for Wheat when this s used. One gallon will be quite sufficient to dress from 16 so 20 bushels. Prioe 4s per gallon, including the can, delivered at Corwen Station, with directions for use. Agent: W. E. WILLIAMS, Gwerclas, Corwen. 2bog MONEY TO LEND BY TMK [MPERIAL ADVANCE BANK, LIVERPOOL. WITHOUT ANY KIND OF SURETIES. r n E STRICTEST PRIVACY GUARANTEED. X10 to X2,000 READY to be advanoed without delay, in enms to suit "Gentlemen or Ladies, Private Householders," Pro- ressional Gentlemen, Clergymen, Clorks holdtng permaawit lituations. Persons about entering into btwines*, and others, apou easy terms, upon their own seenrity, without sureties Cash also advanced to Farmers, Cowkeopers, Car Pro- prietors, and others, upon their effects, without reinoval or publicity upon their own undertakings, without obtaining rriends as sureties, which can be repaid monthly, quarterly, or other terms as may be ain-eed upon, extending one year and upwards, to enable them to increase their stocks, and render them every kind of temporary accommodation. EXECUTIONS AND OTHER LOAN8 PAID OFF. DISTANCE NO OBJECT. EVERY INFORMATION WILLINGLY AFFORDED The Bank having a large capital in hand, M good application, refused. Ko Connection with any other offioe ia England. Apply personally (or, if byletUr, state amount required* to LEWIS SIMMONS, 8" 87, Switk Joha-gtreet, Lireryeol. tabtsnurr' s bhrtssts. SPRING, 1878. NEW DESIGNS IN BRUSSELS, TAPESTRYS, KfDDERMlNSTERS. CARPETS, &c., &c., AT 34, IIIGH-STREET, DENBIGH. T. J. WILLIAMS, Has received a large and varied assortment of Brussels, Tapestrys, Kidders, Dutch and Fe t Carpets, whteh are considerably below the usual prices. PLANS OF ROOMS TAKEN. Carpets made and fit too on or off the premises. A magnificent selection of Skin and other RUGS, in every design and make. Also a splendid stock of WOOL REPPS, DAMASKS, ENGLISH & FRENCH CEETONES, Dimitys, Toil ettiup. Muslin and Lace Curtains, White- Toilet Quilts and Covers in every make and quality. J ENGLISH AND FRENCH WALL PAPERS In the most artistic designs. Attention iaspecially requested to the stock of UNTOLEUiiS AND OILCLOTHS, á In all widths aud qualities, and much below the average prices. TENDERS GIVEN FOR ALL FURNISHING ORDERS. WOOLLEN & OUTFITTING DEPARTMENT. JUit received, a large consignment of SCOTCH TWEEDS, In the newest styles, for the coming spring; also a splendid stock of WEST OF ENGLANDS & YORKSHIRE TWEEDS, FANCY COATING, AND OTHER MAKES. Geut's Oxford and White Shirts, Scarves, Gloves, &c., &e. GENTLEMEN'S SILK AND FELT HATS In all the newest shapes. LARGE ARRIVALS OF PRINTS, Fast Colours, well assorted, in all the newest patterns for the Season. T. J. W. tegs to call Special attention to his stock of BLACK SILKS, Unrivalled in price or quality, and warranted to wear also his magnificent tock of COLOURED SILKS. AGENT FOR HER IIAJESTrs CACHEMIBES. » NEW HOSIERY Just received for the appronching season, in Cotton and Cashmere in all the newest eoiours in ladies' and children's. ALL ORDERS CAREFULLY AND PROMPTLY EXECUTED. o N O MORE COSMETICS. JAMES'S LIFE PILLS. Remove Freckles aud Pimples, and are unequalled for Beautifying and Refreshing the Skin. They are pleasant to take, clear the body from all Impurities, improve the Digestive Powers, Cure Liver Complaints, Bile, Lowness of Spiritd, HeaiLLche, Gout. Lumbago, &c. A PURE VEGETABLE PILL. Sold in Boxes, price Is. lid., by all Chemists and whoesale houses. Warehouse .—4G, Great George-street, Liverpool FARM SEEDS. Y. STltACHAN, SEED MERCHANT AND NURSERYMAN, WREXHAM, Offers hi* UNRIVALLED SELECTIONS of SEED OATS, BARLKY, CLOVEC, GRASS SEEDS, See. Also the following selections of POTATOES, Guaranteed direct from Scotlaud:- Walkel"s Early, Dalmohy, Early Oxford, Fnrty- Fold, Winter Sort-, Pattisou's Victoria, Regents, lvhite Rocks, Skerry Blues, Champion (new), a grand lat sort of exclient quality, great cropper, highly recommended. PRICES ON APFLICATION. o HIGHLAND AND LOWLAND. FINEST OLD IRISH AND SCOTCH MALT WHISKIES, 38" and 42.; per dozen. T)EINS the production entirely of the cld- fashioned Pot Still, theso Whiskies axe rendered soft aud xicdow by the addition of age only. f H O 31 A S yy I L LIAMS, WIM; MM:C:KVNT, TOWN II ALL, WREXTIAM. 2i7c EXCHANGE OF FISH BUSINESS, RHYL. MH. If. STRAWSOY, FISH M E R C H ANT, (From Grhaiby) BKKhTY\n.ifC!rsy' and I«»>ai.itantSAC rr ■*> i 3*01 th Wa. v?mier#ll\, that h»ka- purchase* TMc Iiu«tu.<w si uiu -it So. BODFOR STREET RHTTL H tTT H1 nVlm n r" £ v! T^ru ,l3^ee»fuily bj MESSRS litATHa.lt a lIOi»DLR\ and hop-s trom the fac* ot 'mvm» a thorough knowledge of the bminess, in all it8 branches nicril a fair share of sippoit. nicril a fair share of sippoit. by^To^tCw^ to h.i.m. ViU ree4ire his best attention, by poIIt or e Br keeping a larger aud much more vari-xl Stock than hi* Br keeping a larger aud much more vari-xl Stock than hi* p^dweasor. he hope, to giro gone, >n The FMa -iu with U1 in XU¡¡IUld. All Dried Yifh Cured uuder his own Suu<\rintenddn«e. FRICB LIST OF APPLICATION. The Trade Supplit-41. Note the Addron- HBNRY STRAWSON, Heather 4- llordky) ta, BODFOft STREET, fcflYL.