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£ alcs bp tuition. I PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. FLINTSHIRE, NORTH WALES. Messrs. CHTTRTON and ELPHICK have been instructed to SELL BY AUCTION, early in the ensuing spring, at the Town Hall, Rhyl, HiGHLY important and VALUABLE FREE- jLl HOLD ES I ATES, within short distances of the Bail way stations and market towns of Rhyl, St. Asaph, and Holywell. comprising several fine farms of highly productive arable and pasture Land, with Dwelling- houses, M ill, and accommodation Lands, extending in the whole to 700 ACRES, situated in the parishes of Newmarket, Gwaenysgor and Cwm. The Estate is in a ring fence, and with the prospect of being considerably enhanced in value, as there is every probability of a rail- way passing through it, it being situated in the heart of a mineral district. Two packs of harriers are kept in the neighbourhood, and the Estate abounds in game, adjoin- ing the preserves of several large landed proprietors. The property offers an excellent investment for a capitalist It will be offered as a whole in the first instance, but if not so disposed of, then in convenient lots. Immediate possession can be given of the largest por- tion of the property. Particulars and conditions of sale, with plans of the lots, may be seen early in April, at the principal hotels in Rhyl, St. Asaph, and the neighbourhood and may be' had on application to Messrs. Davidson, Carr, and Ban- nister, solicitors. Weavers' Hall, 22. Bassinghall-street, E.C.; Messrs. Newman, Lyon, and Newman, solicitors, Kind's Bench Walk and Yeovil Messrs. Wyatt and Sis- son, solicitors, St. Asaph and Messrs. Churton and Elphick, the auctioneers, Chester, and Whitchurch, Shropshire. NORTH WALES. LARGE SALE OF HORSES AND CAR- RIAGES AT BANGOR. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, by MR. W. DEW, at the MART attached to the BRITISH HOTEL, BANGOR, on FRIDAY, the 24th MARCH, 1865, commencing at One o'clock p.m. prompt, UPWARDS of 30 VALUABLE HORSES, principally bred by and all the property of gentle- men in the im-ne lizite vicinity, o >:n i-isiag superior HARNESS HORSES, USEFUL HACKS, Stylish COBS AND PONIES, and a few CLEVER HUNTERS. ,Uso, a variety of Carriages, consisting of a New Wag- gonette to carry 4 inside and 2 on the Dickey ditto, ditto to carry 6 inside and 2 out—both finished in the best style a second-hand Whitechapel, Gigs, Britskas, and a four-wheel Dog Cart. HARNESS AND SADDLERY. Catalogues of which may be had at the Principal Ho- tels of Manchester, Liverpool, Chester, and North Wales, and from the Auctioneer, British Hotel, Bangor. Horses may be viewed, tried, and examined on the morning of Sale, and a large portion will be sold sub- ject to Veterinary examination. MIN-Y-DON, COLWYN, CARNARVONSHIRE, NORTH WALES, Situate I mile from Colwyn Station, 2 from Llanddulas, and 4 from Abergele, on the Chester and Holyhead Railway. IMPORTANT SiLEOF VALUABLE AND CHOICE ASSEMBLAGE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, AND OTHER EFFECTS, WHICH WILL BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MESSRS. DAVIES AND ARMOR On THURSDAY, the 23rd. FRIDAY, the 24th, and SATUR- DAY, the 25th days of MARCH, 1865, at 12 o'clock pre- cisely each day, cisOel)y IPRISING very superior selections in C rosewood, mahogany, and apricot wood Furniture, iD drawing room, dining room, library, housekeeper, and and other rooms, the contents of 14 bedrooms, w valuable barrel and finger Organ, with hand and foot blowing movements, in handsome rosewood case, cottage Piano- forte in ditto, a large assortment of very rare, superb, and antique, Nankin, Pekin, old Dresden, French, and other china, glass, costly ornaments, massive and valuable plated articles, a very unique ebony cabinet, inlaid in mother of pearl, library of about 1500 volumes, of old and modern books, a very valuable manuscript Latin copy of the Old and New Testament, including an epistle to the Laodeceans, written and beautifully illuminated on vel- lum by St. Jerome, engravings, oil paintings, celestial and terestial globes, Turkey aud other carpets, cases of stuffed birds, farming implements, large number of iron and Wood hurdles, wire fencing, a handsome brougham, har- ness, horse clothing, seed oats, barley and wheat, hay, straw, and numerous other effects, the property of the late Mrs. Clough. On view the morning of each day's Sale Catalogues now ready, and may be had of Messrs Davies and Armor, Auctioneers and Appraisers, price 3d each. Royal Oak. Denbigh, 13th March, 1865. IMPORTANT TO SHIPOWNERS. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MR. D. JONES, At the News-Room, Portmadoc, on Tuesday, 28th March, 1865, at 6 o'clock p.m ALL the 64-04 Shares in the fast-sailing .TjL Schooner OCEAN MONARCH, of Portmadoc. The above vessel was built at Portmadoc, in 1851, and classed 10 years A,1. at Lloyd's; is 60 33-10 tons register, and carrying about 100 tons dead weight. Is abundantly well- found in Stores and Materials of every description, and Well worthy of the attention of ship-owners. For further particulars apply to Mr. Owen Owen, Tim- ber Merchant, Portmadoc. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT, Important Sale of Extensive and Valuable ES- TA TES in Denbighshire anil Carnarvonshire. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MR W. DEW, Early next spring, (unless previously disposed of by private contract), in such Lots as may be determined upon, ALL that very magnificent ESTATE called .fjL PWLLYCROCHON," with the Mansion House, Woodlands, Gardens ami Offices, comprising upwards of 1200 acres of rich arable and pasture land in the parish of Llandrillo, in the County of Denbigh, beautifully wooded, facing and within ten minutes walk of the sea beach, and close 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 Llangelynin, 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 acres of well cultivated land. Plans aud 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. LARGE ANNUAL SALE Of very prime fat CATTLE and SHEEP, first-class pure-bred short-horn BULLS and HEIFERS, young SOW and BOAR, HORSES, PONY, tt-c., at the FARM YARD, BODRHYDDAN, Near to Rhyl, a First-class Station on the Chester and Holyhead Railway; about one mile and a half from Rhyddlan Station, on the Vale of Clwyd Railway, and three and a half miles from the Steam Packet Station, Foryd, Rhyl. FurydA, FESSRS. CHURTON AND ELPHICK Have the pleasure to announce that they are honoured with instructions from WILLIAM SHIPLEY CONWY, Esquire, to SELL BY AUCTION, on Tuesday, March the 21st, 18o5, THE undermentioned very prime fat and other Stock, viz. —113 very ripe fat Sheep, 1 pure- bred Shropshire down Ram, 1 well-bred young Sow, 1 ditto, ditto Boar, 16 very prime fat Bullocks and Heifers, 5 first-class, pure-bred, short-horn Bulls (with pedigrees), 5 ditto, ditto. in-calf Heifers (with pedigrees), Swell- brell harness Horses, 1 handsome roau Pony, 12 hands high, well adapted for a Child. One week's keep allowed for the ratstock. Luncheon on table at Eleven o'clock. Side to commence at 12-30 most punctually. N.B.—Catalogues may be had from Mr. Bell, Agent, Boilrhyddan, Riiyl or from Messrs. Churton and Elphick, Auctioneers, Chester and Whitchurch, Shrop- shire. jbtijoiflstu. milK Rev. CU.UHjHS?V. F. JONKS, M.A., I Minor Canon, Bangor, receives Private Pupils for a general education, or for special preparation for the University, Army and Civil Service Examinations. For Testimonials and Prospectus, address as above.  r?DUCATlON.-lMiddte?t!? ?hoot, Bio? iTi ham, near Banbury, Oxon, on the Great Western Hailway from Chester itri, i Shrewsbury. The New Build- ings give accommodation for 6) more boys. Terms, 30 guineas per annum. For prospectuses apply to the Rev. P. R. E^erton, B.C.L., late Fellow of New College, Oxford (Read-Master), or Messrs. Stoue and Hartley, the Library, Banbury. A list of the boys who passed the Cambridge Juuior Examination at Christmas, ISG4, will also be sent. The next quarter begins on Monday, April 3rd. ST. MICHAEL'S SCHOOL, RUTHIN. (A Classical and Commercial Boarding School for Boys.) Provost and Treasurer-Rev. E. DAVIES, M.A., Je-us College, Oxford. Head Master—Rev. H. J. WILSON, B A., Corpus Christi College, Cambridge. TH E Course of Instruction includes the usual English subjects, with (if required) Flench, Latin, Drawing, Music, and Book Keeping, by Single and Double Entry. Also Greek and the higher flimsies for those intended for Holy Orders. Terms (inclusive of all expensos, except "Washing end Books) i— For Boys under sixteen JE5 5 0 per Quarter For ditto above ditto 6 G 0 ditto For further particulars apply to the Ref. the HSiO Mattes. ELKINGTON AND COMPANY. BY APPOINTMENT. Silversmiths and Art Manufacturers to H. M. the Queen, andH.R.H. the Prince of Wales. Inventors and Patentees of the Electro-Plate. 25, CHURCH STREET, LIVERPOOL. ELKINGTON & CO.'S CELEBRATED D MANUFACTURES can be procured as above, and their rooms now contain an unrivalled collection of Elec- tro-Plate Silver Work, and Specimens of Art Manufac- ture. Designs for Presentation Plate, by their principal Ar- tists, free of cost. Electro plate especially manufactured for hard wear in Hotels, Steamships, &c. Illustrated Book of Patterns by Post free. GUARANTEED TRADE MARK W <? MANUFACTORY, NEWHALL STREET, BIRMIMGHAM. LONDON: 22, REGENT STREET, and 45, MOORGATE STREET. DUBLIN, COLLEGE GREEN. LIVERPOOL. 25. CHURCH STREET.

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