Sbahs bll Auction. PERIODICAL SALE OF HORSES, &c., AT BANGOR. MR. W. DEW, RESPECTFULLY announces that his Next ￼ SALE OF HORSES AND CARRIAGES will be held at the Mart attached to the British Hotel, Bangor, on FRIDAY, 24th March, 1865. Entries to be made on or before the 16th March. In order to secure Stalls, early applications should be made. LLANF AIRFECH AN. SALE OF ELEGANT HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. M R. W. DEW, Has received instructions from Mr. Ellis, who is changing his residence, to sell by Auction, on WEDJTESDAT, the 6th March. 1865, (commencing precisely at 12 o'clock at Noon,) at PENMON VILLA, lanfainecban, A Choice Assortment of Modern £ UKNITURE X\. in every respect Equal to NEW, comprising alwl i. ng and Dining Room Suites, in Walnut and Maho- wy Hair-seated Chairs, Easy ditto, Couches, Chiffon- ier, handsome Mahogany Book-case with Glass front, Pier Glass in Gilt Frame, Loo Tables, Barometer, superior Brussels, and other Carpets, Oak, Birch, and Iron Half- tester, and French Bedsteads, Feather Bed, Hair Mattress, Washstands, and Dressing Tables, Kitchen Furniture, Dinner Services, and a capital 8-day Clock. May be viewed on the m)rning of Sale. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. Important Sale of Extensive and Valuable ES- TATES in Denbighsihre and Carnarvonshire. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MR. W. DEW, Early next spring, (unless previously disposed of by private contract ) in suc'm h Lorei iously di 'posed of by private contract), in such Lots as may be determined upon, ALL that very magninccnt ESTATE called ?? PWLLYCBOCHON," with the Mansion House. Woodlands, Gardens and Offices, comprising upwards of 1200 acres of rich arable and pasture land in the parish of Xlandrillo, in the County of Denbigh, beautifully wooded, facing and within ten minutes walk of the sea beach, and elose to the Colwyn Station on the Chester and Holyhead Railway. Also all that fine Estate called The BODLONDEB ESTATE," situate in the parishes of Conway, Gyffin, and Llangelyuin. in the County of Carnarvon, consisting of a great portion of the Town of Conway and desirable farms in the Vale of Llanrwst, comprising upwards of 2000 Beres of well cultivated land. Plans and particulars are in course of preparation, and ■will be issued in due time. In the meantime any infor- mation may be obtained from Messrs. J. & R. Williams, Solicitors, Beaumaris, or of Mr. Wm. Dew, Auctioneer, Bangor. Beaumaris, 17th October, 1864. ANGLESEA. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MR. WM. DEW, At the Valley Hotel, on Tuesday, the 14th of March, at Two o'clock in the Afternoon, THE following very desirable Lots ot TL%nd Lot I.-That capital Farm called Sleriosen, with its substantial dwelling-house and out-buildings, and about 60A. 3R 26P. of land. Lot 2.-Those two Fields called Cae Pen ilenogen, and Cae Tir Clymwr, measuring together about 23A. hI. Or. Lot 3.—Those two Fields called Cae'rpant, and Cae Glas, measuring together about 26A. OR. 8P. These Lots are situated in one of the mosthealthy parts of the Island, and adjoin the high road from Valley to Amlwch. Distance from Valley six miles from the nearest Station on the Anglesey Central Railway 4 miles. Lot 1 is a very convenient and compact farm, within a Ting fence. Lot 2 has a most desireable site for a country villa- the view by land and sea being extensive and maguifi- cent. Lot 3 is a very superior pasture land. All the Lots are well watered. Immediate possession' ANGLESEY. BY ORDER OF THE MORTGAGEES. MR, R. JONES Will SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the Dinorben Hotel. Amlwch, on Saturday, March 4th, 1865. at 3 o'clock, (subject to conditions to be there and then produced), ALL that Messuage or Tenement, Lands, ARereditaments, and Premises, called Fagwyr, situate in the parish of Llaneilian. in the county of Anglesey, containing by admeasurement, twenty acres, or thereabouts, of excellent pasture and arable land. The dwelling house and outbuildings upon the farm, are in good condition For further particulars, apply to Mr. Richard Owen, Solicitor, Llangefni; or to Mr. R. Jones, Auctioneer, Llangefni PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. MR. DAVID JONES Begs to announce that he hM received instructions from Sir Edward Poore, Bart, who is leaving Wales, To Sell by Auction, At Hendreddu Mansion, distance about Three Miles from Tremadoc, THE whole of the Out and In-door Effects, _L consisting of two Handsome Ponies, one light two- wheel Sh&ndry in good order, Harness, Saddles, Horse Clothing, Chuff-cutter, Photograph House and Apparatus, Turning Lathe, Tools, &c., by Heltzaphel of London, and the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, &c. Further particulars and day of Sale will appear in a future advertisement and Catalogues. PORT M ADO C. SALE OF STEAM SAW MILL AND PREMISES. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MR. DAVID JONES, On Friday, the 17th day of March, 1865, on the pre mises, THE recently erected Saw MiH, and the t Land attached thereto, comprises altogether some 4000 square yards, together with the Plant and Macliin- ery, &e. The Mill, which is constructed upon the latest and most approved principles, containing 1 horizontal steam engine 18-horse power, boiler, 1 balk frame, with saws, &c., 1 self-acting circular saw, table, &c., all quite new and made by Messrs. Hughes and Co., Liverpool. The Mill is particularly well situated for business, being with the Croesor and Festiniog railways, and with- in a few yards of the Welsh Coast and the Bedd»elert and Portmadoc railways. It also adjoins the Inner Harbour, which, in a short time, will have wharfs erected upon it by the Welsh Coast Company, The Mill is built upon the best site in the town, and is 80 arranged as to have a stone-cutter's yard, if desirable, attached. The property is offered for sale solely on account of dissolution of partnership. For further particulars apply to Mr. Robert Rowlands, Britannia Terrace, Portmadoc, or to the Auctioneer, Tremadoc. LAVAN VIEW, LLANFAIRFECHAN. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. MR. JOHN PRITCHARD Has been favoured with instructions by Miss Gracie, of Llanfairfechan, who is changing her residence), to dis- pose of, about the middle of next month, THE whole of her excellent & Modern House- hold Furniture, detailed particulars of which will be given in future advertisements and placards. FREEHOLD AND LEASEHOLD DWELLING HOUSES IN THE CITY OF BANGOR. MR. JOHN PRITCHARD (Late Pritchard and Son) Has been instructed to Sell by Public Auction, on Friday, the 17th day of March, 1865, at the Albion Hotel, Bangor, commencing at two o'clock p.m. prompt, and subject to such conditions as shall be there and then produced, LOT 1. AU that Freehold Dwelling Houses, situate and being No. 56, Dean-street, Bangor, and late in the occupation of John Thomas, deceased. LOTS 2 AVD 3. All those two Leasehold Dwelling Houses, situate and being Nos. 47 and 49, Ambrose-street, Hirael, Bangor. and now in the occupation of Owen Hughes and David Williams, at an annual rental of £ 6 each. Lots 2 and 3 are held under lease upon two male lives, the respective age of which is 53 years. For further particulars apply to Mr. H. E. ,Parry, solicitor, Bangor, or to the Auctioneer, Plasllwyd Ter- Bangor. be Auction. IMPORTANT SALE OF MODERN HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, &o., &0" AT BODELWYDDAN RECTORY, About 2 miles from the City of St. Aøaph, and 5 milee from Rhyl. MESSRS. DAVIES AND ARMOR Have received instructions from the Trustees of the late Rev. D. Williams, (deceased.) TO SELL BY AUCTION, On the above Premises, on Thursday, the 16th of March, and following day if required, the under-mentioned valuable Property, TN Kitchen, Scullery, Pantry, Dairy, Larder, 1 and Lnundry requisites:—Fire Irons, Kitchen Tables, Chairs, Dresser, Saucepans, Kettles, Frying Pans, Wheel Churn, Wood Ware, Filter, Pots, Pans, and Mugs, Patent Mangle, Meat Safe, Knife Cleaner, Brass, and Iron Candle- sticks, Lamp, &c. The Drawing Room, Dining Room, and IAbrary are furnished with Polished Steel Fenders, and Irons, Rose- wood Loo, and otherTables, Mahogany Sideboards, Chairs, Couches, Rosewood in Pianoforte, Music Stools, Brussells and Pile Carpets (quite new), Rib Curtaims fringed and laced. Hearthrugs, Stair Carpets (equal to new), Bosses, Card, and other Mahogany Tables, Blinds, Curtains, and Poles, etc., etc. The Bedrooms contain 4-post Mahogany, Birch, and other Bedsteads, Hair Mattresses, Feather Beds, Blankets, Quilts, and Dressing Tables, Washstands, Chest-or-Draw- ers, Towel Rails, Writing Tables, Bedside Chairs, Luggage Stands, Cane-seated Chairs, Carpets, Mattings, Chamber Ware, ete" etc. Yard. 2 Milch Cows, Store Pig, Brass mounted Har- ness, Cart with thrippers, Cart Gearing, 2 Carriage Horses, a Brougham (nearly new), a four wheel Phaeton, with hood aud German shutters, and sundry other Out-door effect# which will be enumerated in Catalogues. Catalogues are in course of preparation, and may be had from the Auctioneers, a week previous to the Sale, at 2d. each. Sale to commence atJ12 o'clock each day precisely, Royol Oak Inn, Denbigh, March 1st, 1866. MIN-Y-DOU, COLWYN, CARNARVONSHIRE, NORTH WALES, Situate 1 mile from ColwynStation,2fromLlanddulal,and 4 from Abergele, on the Chester and Holyhead Railway. IMPORTANT SUE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, AND OUT-DOOR EFFECTS. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MESSRS. DAVIES AND ARMOR On Thursday and Friday, the 23rd and 24th of March, and the following day if required, on the Premises at Min-y- don, the property of the late Mrs. dough, deceased,— CdoOn, NSISTING of a Neat Assemblage of Su- \_?/ perior Furniture, in Rosewood, Mahegany, etc.. etc. The whole of the contents of 13 Bedrooms; Cottage Pianoforte,in Rosewood sweet toned Organ, well adapted for a rural Church; valuable China, and other Ornaments; large assortment of Glass, and Plated Articles; Library of Books, upwards of 1500 volumes; a number of Engravings in appropriate frames a very neat and light-running Brougham, suitable for one. or two horses; Market Shandry. Harness, Horse Clothing large number of Iron and Wood Hurdles; Wire Fencing, and several other minor articles which will be particularized in Catalogues. Catalogues are now in course of preparation, and may be had from Messrs. Davies and Armor, Auctioneers and Appraisers, Denbigh, a week before the Sale, on receipt of 3 postage stamps. On view the morning of Sale and Sale to commence each day at 12 o'clock precisely. Royal oak Inn, Denbigh, February 28th, 1865. LLANDUDNO. Sale of very Excellent Modem Household Furniture; Superior Beds and Bedding; capital Feather Beds; splendid Tapestry and Kidderminster Floor Carpets; and other effects, at the CENTRAL LIBRARY, Mos- tyn Street, Llandudno. MR. GEORGE FELTON Respectfully announces that he is favoured with the in- structions of Mr. Herbert Ellerby (who has disposed of his business and is leaving Llandudno), TO SELL BY AUCTION, on the premises as above, on TUESDAY, the ] 4th day of MARCH, 1865, THE whole of the exceHentand substantial HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, comprising s.veral sets of carved mahogany Dining Room Chairs, in hair seating 3 carved mahogany Couchet a magnificent large sized Spanish mahogany Sideboard. fitted up with every convenience mahogany Telescope Dining Table, with deep moulded edge mahogany oval Centre Table on carved pillar and feet; 2 mahogany Pembroke Tables 2 very handsome Spanish mahogany Cheffoniers mahogany and birch easy and reclining and birch fold- ing Chairs elegant Brussels, Tapestry, and Kiddermin- ster CARPETS, equal to new excellent Hearthrugs; Fenders and sets of polished Fire Irons seta of handsome polished birch BEDSTEADS; superior Metallic ditto, and French ditto, neatly upholstered, with palliasses and mat- tresses to fit; prime Feather BEDS, Bolster and Pillows; polished birch and bird's eye maple grained Bedroom Suites; mahogany swing toilet Glasses neat Toilet Ser- vices and the usual Bedroom appendages an electro plated Cruet Stand; a small quantity of Glass and Earth- enware sets of 6 raised Dish Covers the whole of the Furniture and requisites for kitchen and domestic pur- poses, and other miscellaneous effects. Catalogues of the whole may be had one week prior to to the Sale, on the premises, and of the Auctioneer. Sale to commence at 12 o'clock punctually. Mostyn Estata Offices, Llandudno, March 2nd, 1865. (Contracts. TO EXCAVATORS AND OTHERS. THE Bangor Local Board of Health are prepared to receive Tenders for the excavating, re- filling, and making complete to the satisfaction of the Board's Surveyor, about 240 lineal yards of sewer trench- ing along the Shrewsbury and Holyhead Road within their district. Plan, section, and specification can bo seen at the office of the undersigned, from whom further information may he obtaiued. Tenders to be sent in on or before the 3rd of March next. The Board do not bind themselves to ac- cept the lowest or any Tender. WM. YOUNG HARDIE, Bangor, Feb. 24, 1865. Clerk to the said Board. TO BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS. ALL those desirous of contracting for the erection of a new Congregational Chapel at Oiltref- lys, near Bethesda, may inspect the Plans and Specifica- tion at the "Coach and Horses" Inn, Bethesda. The Tenders must be in hand on or before the 15th instant, addressed to the "Secretary of the Bethesda Chaper," to be left at the Coach and Horses Inn, Bethesda. near Bangor.—The Committee do not bind themselves to ac- cept the lowest tender. PORTMADOC COMMERCIAL HOTEL, THOMAS DAVIES, begs respectfully to an- JL nounce to Commercial and other gentlemen, that he has succeeded Mrs. Jones, as the Proprietor of this well- known Establishment; and hopes by superior accomoda- tion, and careful attention to their comfort, to merit and receive the increased support of Commercial men, and the Public in general. Posting in all its Branches. Commercial Hotel, Portmadoc, May 11th, 1864. THORLEY'S COMPOUD OF SUGAR AND I SPICE.—For your Horse, at each time of feeding, mix a penny packet of this delicious Condiment with the usual chaff and corn, damped with water; and at three weeks hence your neighbours will "get it up" you have been buying a splendid new animal. For a COW, at each time of feeding, mix a penny packet of this Spier Aromatic Condiment with the usual chaff and meal, damped with water and in a few days you will be agreeably surprised at the large increase in rich Milk and Butter. For a BULLOCK, mix same as for the Cow, and you will produce Beef in half the usual time, and twopence per pound superior in quality. For a PIG, at each time of feeding, mix a packet of this Spice in the usual slop or coarse meat, and it will lay on flesh rapidly, and rest and be thankful." For SHEEP, one penny packet to every four, at each time of feeding. Dump the chaff with water, so that his Compound adhers to it, thn mix up together, and in a few weeks you will be astonished. For CALVES, one packet, mixed in milk, made into a gruel, will be found sufficient for four; and they will thrive amazingly. For DOGS, 'PHEASANTS, POULTRY, and RABBITS, a teaspoonful, at each time of feeding, mixed with kitchen stuff or the usual food. Joseph Thorley, the Inventor, Spice Mills and Offices, Thomhill Bridge, King's Cross City Depot, 14a, Fleet- street, London. On receipt of a Post Office order for 34s, a case con. taining 448 penny packets will be sent, carriage paid, to any railway station in the United Kingdom. COUNTY OF DENBIGH. AS TO THE TIME OF HOLDING THE NEXT GENERAL QUARTER SESSIONS. TTtyHERAS, at the General Quarter Ses- TV sions of the Peace of our Sovereign Lady the Queen, held at the County Hall, in Ruthin, in and for the County of Denbi h, on Thursday, the 5th day of January last. we, the undersigned, Gabriel Roberts and James Maurice, Esquires, two of Her Majesty's Justices of the Peace, in and for the said County, were nominated, pur- suant to an Act passed in the fourth year of tl,e leign of his late Majesty King William the Fourth, chapter forty- seven, to fix the day for holding the next General Quar- terSession of the Peace for the said County, and to give notice thereof, pursuant to the provisions of the said Act. We do hereby accordingly fix the 15th day of March next for holding the next General Quarter Sessions of the Peace for the said County. Given under our hands, this 13th day of February, 1865. GABRIEL ROBERTS. JAMES MAURICE. COUNTY OF DENBIGH. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT Pursuant to an Act passed in the Tfourth year of the reign of his late Majesty King William the Fourth, cap 47, the General Quarter Sessions of the Peace in and for the County of Denbigh, will be held at the County Hall, in Denbigh, on Wednesday the 15th day of March, 1865, at Eleven o'clock in the Fore- noon, and will be continued at the same place on the following day, at Ten o'clock in the Forenoon. The business relating to the Acts made and passed regarding the Police, and the business relating to the assessment, application, or management of the County stock or rate, will commence on Wednesday, aforesaid, at Eleven o'clock, at which hour all bills and demands against the County must he laid before the Court. The Grand and Petty Juries and all persons bound by reeognieaDCe to prosecute and give evidence, or to sur- render in discharge of their bail, are to appear at Den- bigh aforesaid, on Thursday, the 16th day of March, 1865, at Ten o'clock in the Forenoon^ ￼ JOSEPH FEEIL'3, Clerk of the Peace. Ruthin, 13th Flebrdary, 1885. N.B.—Instructions for Indictments should be sent o my offise (if practicable) four days at least before the Sessions. ST. MICHAlt'S SCHOOL, IHTTHIW. (A Classical and Commercial Boarding School for Boys.) Provost and Tireasurer-Rev. E. DAVIES, M.A., Jesus College, Oxford. Head Mester-Rev. H. J. WILSON, B.A., Corpus Christi College, Cambridge. THE Course of Instruction melndes the I usual English subjects, with (if required) French, Latin, Drawing, Music, and Book Keeping, by Single and Double Entry. Also Greek and the higher Classics for those intended for Holy Orders. Terms (inclusive of all expenses, except Washing and Books) For Bovs under sixteen £ 5 5 0 per Quarter For ditto above ditto 6 6 0 ditto For further particulars apply to the Rev. the HEAD MASTER. SACRED MUSIC. I SANCTUS: with Welsh words, (S. A. T. B., _y and accompaniment for the Organ or Harmonium). Composed by B. M. Williams, Ruthin. Price 6d. Now ready, Price Is., by post Is. Id., SLATE QUARRIES as an Investment. By jOH? Bow ERq.,D.C.L.. Barrister-at-Law, (Managing Director of the Snowdon Slate Quarries Co., ) Afinin.- Joiin,,tl Office, London; Published at the "fining Journal" Office 26, Fleet-street, E. C., and may be had at the "North Wales Chronicle" Office. Bangor, at the Herald Office, Carnarvon, and of Mr. Ambrose, Bookseller, Beau- maris. IIV CASE OF DEATH, Or an Allowance of £6 per Week while laid-up by Injury caused by ACCIDENTS OF ANY Kiuro Whether Walking, Riding, Driving, Hunting, Shooting, Fishing, or at Home, may be secured by an Annual ray- mmt of E3 to th **A SlWAT" PASS-EWG«K9' ASSHHiWCT! CO*PAST, 64. CORICHILF,. LONDON *.C. NORE THAN 8,800 CLAIMS FOR COMPENSATION Have been Promptly and LibtrtDy Psid. For Particulars apply to the Clerks at any of the Rail- way Stations, to the Local Agents, or at the Offices, 10, REGENT STREET, and 64. CORNHILL. WILLIAM J. VIAN, Secretory. Railway Passengers' Asstirance Company. Empowered by special Act of Parliament, 1849. AGNITT TOR BAWGOR MR, THOMAS JACKSON, RAILWAY STATION. IMPORTANT NOTICE. THE LONDON SPORTING AGENCY COMPANY X have again commenced their Monster Draws for the yea, 1865. The second will be given on the GREAT NORTH- AMPTONSHIRE STAKE, to be conducted the same as last year, by 5000 shares, at 5s. each share, and two stamped directed envelopes for share ticket and prize list. Drawing will take place on April 3rd. and all prize lists will be forwarded immediately afterthe Draw. First Prize. 3001,1 Second, 2001. Third, 1001. Fourth. 501.; and twenty prizes of IU. each; twenty of 101. each and twentyof 51. each. All prizes paid immediately after the Draw -less 5 per cent. for expenses. All applications for Shares to be made to the secretary, by letter only, John Howard, 15 York-street, Covent Garden, London, W.O. fost Office orders made payable to J. Howard, General Post Office, London. Stamps taken as fcash. N,B.-Commissions executed on all Races throughout the vear. Price List free on receipt of a stamped directed envelope. Cheques crossed Union Bank of London, best market prices obtained, and winnings Guaranteed. Ad- dress as above.
AMERICA. FALL OF COLUMBIA. The Montreal Ocean's Company's Steamship St. David from Portland on the evening of the 18th of February, arrived at Greencastle at 10 p.m. on the 2nd. New York, Feb. 18, Evening-Pllilndelphia papers an- nounce, that the Richmond papeis of Thursday state that Sherman's main columns had reached ivingsville Junction, 25 miles north-east of Columbia, The commu- nication south of the Florence railroad, and on the Charleston railroad is interrupted. A Confederate flag of truce boat was blown up on the James River, and all on board were lost. The House of Representatives has passed the Tariff Bill, and rejected the proposition to tax the sales of mer- chandise. Mr Steven's proposed tax of ten per cent upon gold sales has been defeated Gen. Grant reports to Mr Stanton this evening that to- day's Richmond Despatch says Sherman entered and took possession of Columbia yesterday morning. General Beauregard communicated this intelligence officially yes- terday. From his despatch it appears the Federals shelled Columbia on Thursday from the south bank lof the C,m- garee. During the night they moved up the river, and on the following morning forded the Saluda and Jiroad Rivers. During the Federal passage of these rivers Beauregard evacuated Columbia, The Federals soon af- ter took possession. Two days previously, when it was decided not to attempt the defence of Columbia, a large quantity of medicinal stores was destroyed, The Despatch presumes that the fall of Columbia, will necessitate the evacuation of Charleston which the Despatch thinks has already commenced, It was reported yesterday, that the FederaIa had cap- tured Augusta, but the Despatch discredits the report. The Charleston Mercury announced a temporary sua- pensioB on Saturday, with a view to its removal to an- other point, this being rendered necessary by the pro- cress of military events. Captain Semmes has been made a Rear-Admiral, with the command of the James River squadron.
IN DEFECTIVE NUTRITI ONTHE RESTORATIVE rOWElS OF DH, DE JONGH'S LIGHT-BROWN COD LIVER OIL ARE RE- MARKABLE-The rapidity and certainty with which this celebrated Oil will restore the vital forces, and repair the loss of flesh, are thus described by two experienced sur- geons: Benjamin Clarke. Esq., M R.C.S., in testifying to its efficiency in general debility observes, "After the Pale Oil, and all other remedies 1 could think of, had failed I tried merely as a last resort, Dr. de Jongh s Light-Brown Oil. I received immediate relief; ano its use was the me ins of my restoration to health and Henry Hanks, Fan WRCS states, Patients who have persisted for several months in the use of the Pale Oil, with scarcely any perceptible improvement, have, after a bnef trial of Dr. de Jongh's Light-Brown Cod Liver Oil, acquired such fatness. and those distressing symptoms accompanying emaciation have so rapidly subsided, that I have heen induced to advise its substitution for the Pale Cod Liver Oil." Dr. de Jongh's Light-Brown Cod Liver Oil is sold only in capsuled imperial half-pmts 2s. 6d,; pints, 4s. 9d., quarts, 9s., by his sole consignees, Ansar, Harford, 77, Strand, London and by respectable chemists. AN EMINENT PREACHER, celebrated for the practical nature of his discourses, stopped last Sunday in the mirbt of his sermon, and said that he was r, very much distnrb- ed and distressed by the very general coughing of the con gregation. He should not have alluded to it, had it not occurred to him to mention that if those who ^ere trou^ bled with a cough were to put one of Dr. Locock's Pulmonic Wafers in their mouth, it would at and put an end to their coughing, much to the comfort of themselves and those who sat near them. He adde,l, It is a simple and a?rec?ible remedy, which I have proved the efficacy of myself." Du. LOCOCKSPUI. OM. WAFERS give instant relief, and a rapid cure of asthma consumption, coughs, and all disorders of the breath and lungs. To singers and public speakers they are invaluable for clearing and strengthening the voice. They have a pleasant taste. Price Is ld, 2s 9d, and 4s 6 per box. Sold by all Chemists. 1865. ALMANACKS, DIARIES, AND POCKET XJL BOOKS, for the Year 1865, in great variety. J.K. DOUGLAS, BOOKSELLER,HIGHSTBEBT, BANGOR. BANGOR NORMAL COLLEGE DEED. just Published, Price ONE PENNY, Post Free for TWO STAMPS, ￼ small Pamphlet, containin a certified ? omeial Copy of the BANGOR NORMAL COLLEGE DEED, with the addition of MARGINAL INFERENCES to assist the reader. Order direct from the Publisher, J. K, DOUGLAS, North Wales Chronicle Office, Bangor. NOW READY. Price 3d., Post-free for 4d., rnHE WELSH SERMON preached at the Con- 1 secration of St. Mary's Church, Bangor, by the Rev. E. PUGHE, Rector of Llantrisant. Order direct from the Publisher, J. K. Douglas, Nortk Wales Chronicle, Bangor. Stamps may be sent in pay- ment. NOVV RE.A.DY. PRICE ONE SHILLING (Post-free for 13 Stamps), DAVID HUGHES, M.A., AND HIS FREE GRAMMAR SCHOOL AT BEAUMARIS. An Historical Essay by JOHJ* WILLIAMS. Orders sent direct to Mr. J. K. Douglas, publisher, Bangor, will -eaive immediate attention. MNROTOIF AID COXPANY. BT APPOINTMENT. Silversmiths and Art Manufacturers to H. M. the Queen, and H. R.H. the Prince of Wales. Inventors and Patentees of the Electro-Plate. t5, CHURCH STREET, LIVERPOOL. T?LKINGTON & 00.'8 CELEBRATED f MANUFACTURES can be procured M tbov? «nd their rooms now contain an unrivalled collection of Elee- tro-Plato Silver Work, and Specimens of Art Manufae- ture. Designs for Presentation Plate, by their principal Ar- tists, free of cost. Electro-plate especially manufactured for hard wear in Hotels, Steamships, &e. Illustrated Book of Patteins by Post fre*. GUARANTEED TRADE MARK I?> 9w MANUFACTORY, NEWHALL STREET, BIRMIMGHAM. LONDON: 22, REGENT STREET, and 45, MOORGATE STREET. DUBLIN, COLLEGE GREEN. LITMtPOOL 25. CHURCH STRUT-
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I NEWS OF THE WEEK. On Friday, Prince Arthur went from Green- wich to Windsor. On Saturday his Royal High- ness and Prince Leopold arrived in London, and visited the Prince and Princess of Wales at Marl- borough-house. The three Princes and the Prin- cess went to the Bijou Theatre in the Haymarket, in the evening, where the officers of the Brigade of Guards gave an amateur performance, in aid of the Industrial House for the soldiers daughters. After the performance, the Princes Arthur and Leopold returned to Windsor. On Tuesday, her Majesty, accompanied by the Princesses Helena, Louisa, and Beatrice, left Windsor Castle at five minutes past eleven a.m., and came to town by a special train. The royal party proceeded to Buck- ingham Palace, where her Majesty held a Court and received the ambassadors and their suites.— Her Majesty and the Princesses returned to Windsor the same evening. On Saturday, the late duke of Northumberland was buried in one of the chapels of Westminster Abbey. An imposing procession was formed at Charing Cross and in the Abbey the solemn Ser- vice of the Church was rendered in a peculiarly impressive and beautiful style. Our foreign trade continued to fall off in De- cember, as it had done for the two months preced- ing. The amount of exports for the month, was JE12,095,437 in December, 1863, it reached £ 14,354,400. There is, however, a great increase in the amount of exports for the year,—from 2146,602,342 in 1863, to R160,436,302 in 1864. On Friday, the Cathedral of St. Patrick's, Dub- lin, which has been restored at the sole expense of Mr. Guiness, was re-opened with an imposing ceremony. The Lord Lieutenant, the Lord Mayor, and many Bishops of the Protestant Church were present. There has been a contest in Tipperary, for the representation of the county, vacant by the resig- nation of Daniel O'Donoghue who wished to re- present Tralee. One of the candidates, Mr. Moore, was supported by the prelates of the new National Association. The other, Peter Edward Gill, who is a Fenian, was the favourite of the mob. He had it all his own way at the nomina- tion but, at the polling on Monday and Tuesday, the votes went on the other side. At the close, the numbers stood—Moore, 2,042; Gill, 884. Majority for Moore, 1,158. The Journal de St. Petersburg, of the 23rd ult., denies the statements in the Bombay papers, that Russia had sent valuable papers to the Khan of Bokhara and asserts, that since 1858, no am- bassador has gone to that country. There are revived rumours of insurrections in Poland, which the friends of the Poles ascribe to the Russian police. Many of the insurgents, who have left the country, are suffering great dis- tress. The Report of the Franco-Polish Commit- tee states that there are 2000 refugees literally dy- ing of hunger in Paris. On Sunday, the 26th ult., an assembly of dele- gates from the various associations of Schleswig and Holstein met at Rendsburg, to consider the state of the Duchies. A resolution was passed to the effect, that the inhabitants of the Duchies should leave to the Duke of Augustenburg, and to the Diet of the country, the conclusion of such treaties with 1 russia, as will be to the interest of the whole of Germany.—But Prussia is said to object to transfer the Government provisionally to the Duke, as proposed by Austria. Five points are enumerated, in a note sent to the Aus- trian Government, by Herr von Bismark, as es- sential for the two powers to agree upon, before a final solution be arrived at. These points, it is contended, will not be contrary to the interests of Austria, and will advance those of Germany. Four of those points are given by a telegram of the 27th ult. They are,—1st. That Prussia shall have the right to levy sailors in the Duchies for her navy. 2nd. That land shall be ceded to Prussia, for the making a canal from the German Ocean to the Baltic, with large fortified docks for the reception of Prussian men-of-war. 3rd. The Postal and telegraphic department to be under the direction of Prussia. 4th. The forces of the Duchies and those of Prussia to be connected as closely as possible, so far as the officering is con- cerned but the Holstein contingent is not to quit the Federal army.—From a correspondence published in the Cimstitutionnel, of Monday, it ap- pears that a project is advocated in some quar- ters, of restoring the northern parts of the Duchies to Denmark, and annexing the remainder to Prussia. On the other hand, Bavaria and Sax- ony had intended to move at the Diet, for the re- cognition of the Duke of Augustenburg but Prussia positively declared that she did not con- sider the Diet competent to pass such a resolu- tion and would not be bound thereby. At the request of Austria, that resolution is withdrawn but a modified motion will be submitted, express- ing the confident hope of the Diet that Austria and Prussia would transfer the Government to the Duke, at the earliest possible period. In the Prussian Chamber of Deputies, on the 23rd ult., a proposal of the Minister of Finance, that the pay of the non-commissioned officers and privates of the army should be increased, was met by a motion from Herr Virchow, that the Cham- ber should request that the budget should be withdrawn, and a new one introduced, in confor- mity with the propositions of the Committee. That Committee has adopted the propositions of the sub-committee. On the 23rd ult., the Austrian Minister of State addressed a letter to the Chairman of the Finance Committee of the Lower House of the Reiehsrath, stating that the representative of the Government will attend the sittings of that Com- mittee, until the lower house has decided whether the vote on the budgets of 1865 and 1866 is to be taken as the basis of an understanding between the House and the Govnernment.—On the 24th, the Financial Committee made a declaration, that the note should not prevent the continuance of the discussion of the budget, as hitherto, in de- tail There are several Cardinals in the French Se- nate, all of whom were excluded from the Com- mittee appointed to prepare the Address in an- swer to the Emperor's speech. Out of doors, the elergy look upou this exclusion as a personal in- sult. The Marquis de la Valette, a strong sup- porter of Italian unity, and M. Boujean, the ear- nest advocate of the independence of the Gallican church, are on the Committee.—The French paper makers are reported to be converts to Free Trade, and to have resolved to petition the Senate to abolish the duty on the exportation of rags, pro- vided all other nations in Europe will do the same. The quarrel between Victor Emmanuel and the people of Turin, is at an end. He resolved last week to return to that city, where he arrived on the 23rd ult., and received deputations from working- men's societies, with cordiality. His Majesty subsequently passed in review the National Guard, by whom he was loudly cheered. On the 25th, be signed an amnesty for all acts connected with the recent riots; and on the 26th appeared in the Corso, where he was enthusiastically re- ceived. The Pope has just cannonised Germain Cousin, of Tolosa, and Peter Arbries of Saragosssa, who were martyred in 1485. In the Spanish Cortes, on the 22nd ult., the Duke de Frias stated, that if a National subscrip- tion were called for, the nobility would place themselves at its head it was also annouueed, that her Majesty's honorary chaplains and con- fessor, and the Patriarch of the Indies, had offered the half of their property to the public Treasury. —On the 24th ult., the Minister of Finance in- troduced a bill authorising the issue of Bonds, to theamount of 300,000,000 of reals (£3,000,000), secured on landed property. The bonds are to be offered for public competition. If the whole amount is not subscribed, the remainder will be offered to the tax-payers, assessed at 400 reals per annum and upwards. On the 25th, the address to the Queen was carried, in the Cortes, by 144 to 84 votes. The Assembly then adjourned to the 2nd of March. From Lisbon, under date of Feb. 24, we learn, that Gen. Passos, the Minister of War, had re- signed and there is,—perhaps we should now say there has been-a ministerial crisis. On the 25tb, the Duke de Louie stated in the Cortes, that he was endeavouring to re-construct the Cabinet effi- ciently and if he were not successful, it was his intention to resign. On the 24th ult., the Vienna journals published news from Athens, stating, that the discontent of the people is increasing, especially in the Ionian Islands, and Tripolitza. Revolutionary proclama- tions had been posted up in various places.— The King's mother was expeeted shortly in Athens. The Turkish Government (as we learn by ac- counts from Constantinople, of the 18th ult.) hM instituted a system of advanced free schools, for all classes of the native population.—The ques- tion of the secularization of the Mosque property was also again under the consideration of the Go- vernment. In Algeria, all the tribes on the Zell frontier, which had joined the insurrection against France, have been conquered. The Ouled Sidi Cheick, who first instituted the revolt, are, however, un- subdued the drought and the parched state of the desert having impeded the operations of the French troops. They have taken refuge in an oasis, where they will be pursued by the French, as soon as the rain season sets in. Long statements have appeared, from time to time, of the treatment of the English in Abys- sinia, by the King Theodore, who imprisoned se- veral missionaries. The Vienna papers ot the 24th assert, that lie has also imprisoned messen- gers, sent from the British embassy in Constanti- nople and put the British Consul, Mr. Cameron, in irons.—At Cairo, on the 11th ult., news was received, that the prisoners were all well treated and would be liberated if the English Govern- ment would raise no further questions about them. The African brings accounts from New York, to 11 a.m., of the 17th ult. No very important events had taken place but the balance of for- tune still appears to be with the Federals. The Richmond papers of the 11th ult., state, that Sherman had crossed the Edisto, which was the line held by Hardee forthedefence of Branchville, —that place, there is little doubt, is evacuated. Two-thirds of Sherman's troops were on the road to Columbia, the junction of the Charleston and South Carolina, and Greenville and Columbia railroads. If that place is occupied by the Fe- derals, the railway communication with Richmond will be severed, except via Wilmington. Accord- ingto Southern papers, three attacks were made on Wilmington, on the 11th, and repulsed.— Gen. Hardee had gone to Charleston. He reports, that on the night of the 12th, the Federals drove in his piquets on James Island. They were re- established on the 13th but the enemy was still in strong force on the island 18 additional steamers had arrived off the bar.—Grant had ex- tended his lines before Richmond. He had been to Washington, supposed on military purposes. —The Confederates had certainly evacuated Mo- bile and the Federals had evacuated Pescagoula, Florida.-A measure was before the Southern Congress for arming the negroes and there was a rumour that Lee would evacuate Richmond.— Peace Resolutions had been negatived in the Fe- deral House of Representatives, by 73 to 43 votes. —The Secretary of the Treasury requires a loan of 600,000,000 of dollars, for the next fiscal year. —Fifteen States had declared in favour of the amendment of the Constitution, emancipating the slaves. From Mexico, under date of the 15th ult., we learn that the Mexican Government had refused Gwitt's scheme of colonization.—Accounts receiv- ed at New York, assert, that Gen. Bazaine had been defeated several times in the Province of Oaxica that Juarez was at Sonora and that his followers numbered sixty thousand men. A telegram from Shanghai, dated Jan. 0, in- forms us, that Sir Rutherford Alcock will bring to England a Convention with the Tycoon, guaran- teeing free navigation in the inland sets allow- ing the establishment of an English consulate at Simon osaki and stipulating for the payment, by Japan, of an indemnity for the late expedition. The relations with Japan are said to be more sa- tisfactory and improving. The Calcutta and China mails arrived on Tues- day. Sir Robert Montgomery returned to Eng- land in the packet that brought them.—The In- dian news is of little importance and from Chi- na, there is no news relative to the relations be- tween the Government of Pekin and the Euro- peans, which were reported not to be very cordial at the previous dates. A large number of rebels i was stated to be in the field but none of the treaty ports were thought to be in danger of at- tack. Sir Rutherford Alcock's departure from Japan was the subject of much speculation in the papers.
BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. LONDON CORN MARKET-FRIDAY. No improvement on Monday's prices. LIVERPOOL CORN MLRKET-FRIDAY. Very dull for all, articles at late rates. WAKEFIELD CORN MARKET—FRIDAY. Wheat and barley slow at late rates.
#portiitg Nottlitgtua. VULB OF CLwrD HARRIERS will meet on Tuesday. March 7th Llanfair D, ChVYd Friday March 10th Ystrad each day at 11 o'clock. CAPTAIN HAMPTON-LEWIS'S HOUNDS. meet on Monday, March "h •• Store House Wen Tl,. 'l. M. h 9th Herdret? S.t. ,d.7?'M..h h Hendyfnan-Iast day Each day at 11 30 o'cloek.
iri", ftarriapji, and Jleatfts. Notices of Births, Marriages and Deaths, should b. authenticated by the name and address of the senders, or transmitted to u, through our accredited Agents. We beg to Intimate, that in future notices of Births and Mar. riapes will be charged as ldrertisements at the uniform rate of One Shilling each; and except where the party sending hae an account at the office, prepayment must be made, or the notice will not appear. If more convenient to the sender, pays menl may be made in Red Postage Stamps. Obituary notice. will be inserted free as heretofore. BIRTHS. On the 24th ult, the wife of Mr. William Jones, Timber Merchant, Tanlao, near Llanrwst. of a son.. MARRIAGES. On the 2nd Inst, at the Tabernacle Chapel. Bangor, by the Rer. Samuel Roberts, Mr. Richard Davies, Tailor and Draper, ftalford, Manchester, to Ellen, youngest daughter of the late ME. Henry Williams, Smith, Bangor. On the 27th nit., at L'anbeblig Church, Carnarvon, by the Rev. J. C. Vincent, Capt. John Owen, of the schooner Cambria, of Bangor, to Elizabeth Hughes, only daughter of Mr. John Hughes, Coachman, George Hotel, Bangor Ferry. On the 24th ult., at the CaMnistic Methodist Chapel, Denbigh, by the Rer. Thomas Gee, Mr. William Roberts. Grocer, Car- narron, to Susannah, the youngest daughter of the late Mr. Henry Cumming, Denbigh. On the 24th ult., at the Parish Church, Abergele, by the Rev J. Meredith, Vicar, Mr. Richard Kerfoot, of Bodhafod, to Miss Anne Jane, third daughter of Mr. Robert Edwards, of Hendre- ueha, both in the parish of Abergele. No Cards. DEATHS. On theSndinst., aged 45, Mr. Henry Williams, smith, Rock Cottage, Portmadoc. The deceased was greatly respected, and his death will be lamented by a large circle of friends and rela- tions. On the 25th inst., of consumption, aged 25 years, Mr. Griffiths Mill-stonecutter, High-street, Portmadoc. On the 27th inst.. aged 12 years, of consumption. Agnes Har- riet Brett, daughter of Mr. Brett, game-keeper, Wern, Port- madoc. On the 3rd inst,. at Hendre-bach. Clynnog, aged 32, Ellen, the wife of Mr. W Davies, of that place, and the daughter and last turnving child of the late Mr. Ebenezer Thomas, (Eben Fardd.) On the 26th ult, very suddenly, at her son's house, the Black Lion Hotel, Mold, Mrs Jane Dean, eldest daughter of the lai* Capt. Peter Irans, of Chester On the 23rd ult., aged 70, Mrs Knowles, wife onfr, E. Knowles, builder, Denbigh.
I ANGLESEY CENTRAL RAILWAY. On Thursday last, Capt. Rich, the Government Inspector, accompanied by Mr. Russell, contrac- tor, Mr. M'Kenzie and Mr. Algeo, engineers, Mr. Morley, traffic manager, Mr. Dew, secretary, Mr. Phillips, superintendent, and other gentle- men, went over the line between Gaerwen and Llangefni, and, we understand, expressed his great satisfaction with the works, and said that arrangements might be made for the immediate opening of the line for passenger traffic. This, we are sure, will be most welcome news to the people of Angletey, who will gladly avail themselves of the facilities for travelling which the new railway will afford. Arrangements are already made for opening the line on Wednesday next, and the Time Tables, announcing the arrival and depar- ture of train* appear in another column. There are four train* a day each way, and it will be teen that the evening mail from Holyhead stops at the Gaerwen Junction, so that parties arriv- ing by the Anglesey Central Railway, will be ablo to continue their journey southwards without dolay. The Bangor and Llanberis Railway Bill has been thrown out on Standing Orders The Magistrates'of the 2nd Petty Sessional Division of Anglesey have adopted a course that is working well In Bastardy Affiliation cases they summon the mistress of the house where the illicit intercourse is alleged to have taken place, to give evidence of the general state of the household arrangements, and how far they may tend to corroborate, or throw doubts on the alleged intercourse. It has also the further tendency of making heads of families a little more careful in the arrangements for their servants. BMIPIT E5TERTAI5ME!rr AT PEJJRHTN HALI,.—On Monday eraning last Professor Whitworth gave his pro- mised entertainment for the benefit of the widow and seven children of one of the men lost on Carnedd Lie. I welyn Mountain, and which, we are happy to state, re- suited in perfect success. The hall was crowded to excess; and never, since that room was opened, was any enter- tainment better attended. It principally consisted of the extraordinary experiments in chemistry which the public have paid little attention to, and which lead some sceptics to believe are merely the products of witchcraft or decep- tion, and are performed under the influence of supernatu- ral communication with the evil one. However unexpli- cable to the audience many of the experiments might be, the professor invited, without any previous selection, a number of youths on the stage as a specimen of the man- ner in which his mind operated on theirs, having, in the first instance, prepared them for that state by means of a simple chemical application to which the audience were witnesses. Mr. Whitworth gave also a proof of his ven- triloquial abilities, the whole of which created consider- able laughter, and were much applauded. Those present, by a show of hands, signified their desire to enjoy a simi- lar entertainment on a future occasion, a request which the professor intimated his intention to comply with. The proceeds, after paying some few incidental expenses, amounted to IC17.
BANGOR PARISH VESTRY. A numerously attended meeting of the parishioners of Bangor was held in the Vestry-room, at the Cathedral ohurclC on Thursday lklit. Neither of the churchwar- dens or overseers being present, Mr. J. Roberts, Brad- ford House, was voted to the chair. The Chairman then read the notice calling the meet- ing, of which the following is a copy :— PARISH OF BAVGOH.—Notice is hereby given that a Vestry will be held in the Vestry-room in the Cathedral Church of Bangor on Thursday, the 2nd day of March, 1865, at two o'clock in the afternoon, for the purpose of taking into consideration the following matters, viz. The powers of the Bangor Local Board of Health, par- ticularly in reference to the extent they may proceed in important matters affecting the material interests of the ratepayers of Bangor, such as taking proceedings in the superior Courts at Westminster. 1st, Without the sanction of the ratepayers. 2nd, Whether justified, m opposition to the express wishes of the majority of the ratepayers. And to take into consideration whether it is advisable for the ratepayers to appoint any i to bo a member of the Bangor Local Board of Health who has been a member for the two last preceding terras. Dated this 25th day of Feb., 18G5. FVAN VAN3' ¡ Churchwardens. (Signed) ::?. £ THOS. PARRY, Churchwardens. "HOWLAND P ABRY, Overseer. The following members of the Board of Health were present .'—Messrs. Win. Pritchard, M. Roberts, J. K. Douglas, W. Thomas, and Thos. Lewis. Jlr. Owen Evans, City Vaults, said he wished to say a few words respecting the present construction of the Lo- cal Board. It did not, in his opinion, act in that can- did, open manner as he could wish them to act towards the parishioners, whom they are supposed to represent. It appears that as long back as five years they had been going on with the matter which was now being promi- nently brought before the Courts of Law ? How was it that the thing had been kept so long, and nothing said to the ratepayers about what affected their interests ? Nothing of importance, and certainly no serious litiga- tion, should be entered into without first consulting the ratepayers in the matter, in a public vestry. Mr. W. Thomas—The law does not require they should do so. Mr. Evans— That might be but they had the power, aud he thought it was their duty to do so in a case like that of the rating of Port Penrliyn. They should not risk a lawsuit with Colonel Pennant—who was known to be a rich man—without consulting the ratepayers. They were the tribunal who would be called upon to pay. Everything should be public and above-board, and he should like to see the statement of accounts advertised in the local paper, instead of, as at present, everything being kept in mystery.