ffltrgona (SBanteft. WANTED a steady Man as BOOTS.— WY Apply to Mr. Bicknell, Penrhyn Arms, Bangor. W ANTEI), a mfddle-aqed, trustworthy person as a Housekeeper (with the assistance of girl and man-servant to wait) to superintend the of a Gentleman's House near DolgeUey, in- ^ln»ive of cooking. Applv, under cover, to the Editor of this paper. 27th March, 1865.. GREAT BOUGHTON UNION, CHESTER. WANTED, by the Guardians of the above Union, a respectable female as it general House Servant and Assistant to the Matron of their Workhouse, Boughton Heath. Salary 914 a-year. with rations. Infonnation respecting the nature of the duties may be obwjjed on application to the Master or Matroa of the Workh?u". ???.?a?' accompanied by testimonials M to cha- racterand ?''cy,'t.be?ntt.Mr.JP..ttethw.it., jLter "f the ?lorkboum, Bo hto Heath. Chester. Bv Order of the Board, EDWARD EVANS, CURB:, Chester, March 23th, 1865. CONWAY UNION. SCHOOLMISTRESS WANTED. NOTICE is Hereby given that the Guardians Nof th? Conway L'tuon will, at their next Meeting, ? h? ?nthe Board-room on Friday, the 14th day of ? ?xt, r?ceed to the election of Schoolmistre? at the UmJrA Workhouse, holding a Certificate of the Committee of Council on Education. ?he"? be required to instruct the Children (boys and girls), and perform all the duties set forth in the General Consolidated Order of the Poor Law Commissioners. The person appointed must be a single woman, reside in the Workhouse, and devote the whole of her time to the duties of the office. Salary t9,0 per annum, with Board, Lodging, -tn(I Wasli- ing in the House, and also such further amount as may be certified by Her Majesty's Inspector of Schools. Applications, in the handwriting of each Candidate, stating age, previous, and present occupation, with testi. mmia!s. nm?t be sent to me on, or before Thursday, the 13th diy of April next and those Candidates who may be elected will afterwards have notice to attend at the Board- room at the Workhouse, at 11 o'clock on the day of election. Duties to commence on the 27th day of April. By Order of the Board, Conway, WILLIAM HUGHES, 31st Mareh, 1865. Clerk. grants. ANTED a situation as Head Housemaid, V V or Waitress, in an Hotel, or Gentleman's Family. Two Years Character.—Address, X. Y.,PostOffice, Bangor. O be TLet. TANLAN, near LLANRWST. TO be LET, with possession 1st of May next, J_ the above genteel RESIDENCE. Contains a Draw- ing room, Dining-room, Kitclien, Back Kitchen, and Pantry, 5 good airy Bedrooms, and Water-closet, (the house is supplied with water by pipes,) good Stables, Coach-house, and other offices also an excellent walled Garden, with 36 acres of good Pasture laud (if required). The house is beautifully situated, opposite Trefnw and the Carnarvonshire Hills, on a very healthy spot, for which North Wales is so noted, and being close to the River Conway, which is so celebrated for its trout and salmon fishing; distant 1 and a half mile from the market town of Llanrwst, and 1 and a quarter of the Llanrwst Railway Station, on the turnpike-road leading from Llanrwst to Xlandudno Juuction.-Apply to Mr. Win. Jones, Timber Merchant, Tanlan, near Llanrwst. TO be LET, with immediate possession, the _L PAMONAGt HOUSE, at Bodelwyddan, near St. Asaph, Unfurnished, together with the 2 adjoining Grass Fields illebe), adjoining with Stabling. Out-houses, and Kitchen Garden. It is a large house, with Dining-room, Drawing- room, Study, Housekeeper'sRoom, Servants'Hall, 14 Bed- rooms. Dressing-rooms, and all suitable offices. Also, to be LET with immediate possession, an AN- CIENT FARM HOUSE (date 1570), fitted up and Fur- nished for genteel occupation, with good Out-building, and Kitchen Uardeu, with, or without Grass Land.—For further particulars apply to Mr. Kendall, Bodelwyddan, St. Asaph, St. Asap This advertisement will not be repeate d TO be LET Furnished, with immediate pos- JL session, a Gentleman's RESIDENCE, in the suburbs of Beaumaris. commanding a splendid view of the Menai Straits, and Carnarvonshire Mountains, containing 3 Re- ception Rooms, 9 Bedrooms, Kitchen, and every conveni- ence suitable for a Gentleman's establishment. Also Stabling for 4 horses, Coach-house, Paddock, and a well. stocked Garden.—Apply to Mr. Andrew Laurie, Baron Hill, Beaumaris, N.W. BEAUMARIS. TO be LE'r Unfurnished, for a term of 7,14, or 21 years, a capital Dwelling-Houso, commanding a splendid view of Sea and Mountain scenery, and consist- ing of Entrance ball, Breakfast-room, Dining-room, Drawing-room, Anti-room, 6 best Bedrooms, 2 Dressing- rooms, 4 Servants' Bedrooms, Kitchen, Servants' Hall, Pantry, Water-closet, Wash-liouse; and Stabling for 3 horses.—Application to be imde to Mr. T. Wynne, House Agent, Beaumaris. LLANFAIRFECHAN, AT THE FOOT OF fEXMAENMAWR MOUNTAIN. TO be Let or Sold at this fashionable Water- ing place, Osborne House, a commodious villa resi- dence. commanding a magnificent selland lmd view, and within a hundred yards of the best part of the beach for bathing. The house stands in its own grounds, and con- tains in the basement Kitchen, Scullery, and other offices; on the ground-floor spacious Drawing and Dining Rooms, with bay windows, Servants' Hall, and Butler's Pantry on the first floor, spacious Sitting Room, and excellent 4 Bed-rooms; and on the second floor 5 spacious Bed- rooms. The house may be taken upon a lease for a term of years, or if preferred the lease of 99 years will be sold. For further particulars apply to Mr. Elias Davies, Auctioneer. &c., Penmaeumawr, near Conway. March 18th, 1865. ilhs, t. PIANO FOR SALE. A Semi grand P1AXO. by an old London A'51aker, on Sale for immediate cash. It is very sweet toned, in tjood condition, and may be had a bargain. Price £ 15. Address, Q.R.S., North Wales Chronicle Office, Bangor. FUKXITUKJi.—A BARGAIN. OX SAIÆ, an elegant Walnutwood Draw- ing-room suite, comprising 6 spring stuffed chairs, couch, easy and sewing chairs, a eheffonier with plate glass (lours and back, an oval centre table, and large gilt chimney glass; price for complete suite only 28 guineas. Every article warranted, and carriage free. Apply to J. M. Pinch, 120. Bold Street, Liverpool. Designs of the above forwarded ou application by Post. (Contracts TO CONTR ACTORS. PARTIES wishing to eontraci for the con- J_ struction of a NEW MILL DAM at PWLLFANOGLE, can see the Plans and Specifications on applying to Mr. ALGEO, Menai Bridge, to whom Tenders for the Work are to be Rent on or before the 8th day of April. The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. 21st March, 1805. TRANMERE LOCAL BOARD. TO QUARRY MEN, STONE MERCHANTS, &c. THE Local Board for the district of Tr?n- T ?li,- are prepared to receive Tenders for the supply of about 6,000 lineal yards of Grauite Curbs, 5 by 12, in not less than three feet lengths. Samples of Curb, both tooled and hammer-dressed, with prices und a statement M to the number of yards which could be supplied monthly, delivered at the Birkenhead docks, to be sent to the office of Messrs. Par:' and Lloyd, solicitor, Holt. hill, Tranmere, not later than Tuesday, the llth April, endorsed "Tender for Curbs. Further narticulllrs may be had on application to the engineer, at the offices, Holt-hill. The Local Board do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or i) ay tender. By Ordor, W. A. RICHARDSON, Engineer. Holt-hill, Tranmere, near Birkenhead, March 20th, 1866. 9 public JJotices. BANGOR DIOCESAN CHURCH BUILDING SOCIETY. A Quarterly Meeting of this Society will be ??_ held in the Chapter-Room, on Tuesday, 4th April, at 12 o'clock. ADDITIONAL SUBSCRIBERS £ ø. d. Rev. Richard Killin 0 10 6 Parochial Collectious I.- Llanfaethlu and Llanfwrog 1 1 9 St. David's, Festiniog 1 4 0 HENRY OWEN, Hon. See. Llnngofni, March 22nd, 1865. NOTICE- THE Adjourned Meeting of the Members of the Vale of Clwyd Hunt, will take place on Saturday, April 8th, at 12 o'clock, at the Bull Hotel, in Denbigh. It it particularly requested that all Members will attend, and be prepared to make their wishes known, as, unless arrangements can be made at one* for the future keeping up of the Hounds, the breaking up of the Hunt ? inevi- ;PBLL(Sign ilUGIT (Stgned) HUGHR.HUGHES.TreMure)-.?' ST MARY S CATHClLIC CHAPEL, BAN&OR AMISSION, or course of Special Services. A. to '? conducted by the Rev.' T. HARPER, S.J., of St. Beuno's College, near St. Asaph, will commeuce in the above Chapel on Weduesday, April 5th, 1865. HOURS OF SERVICE. At half-past 7, and 11 a.m.—Sermon or instruction. At 3, and 7p.m.—With Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament. On SUNDAYS—Mass, with Sermon. At 11 a.m.—Instruction for Children. At 3 p.m.—Evening Service. With Sermon and Benediction at half-past 6. The Mission will close on Easter Sunday evening, with the Renewal of Baptismal Vows. BRITANNIA PARK RACES AND SPORTS WILL take place on EASTER MONDAY, APRIL 17 til, 1865. 1st RACE.—For Horses over 14 hands. Entrance, 10s. If teu horses start—1st horse to receive 94 10a.; 2nd, £1; 3rd, 10s. 2nd RACE.—For Ponies over 12 and under 14 hands. Entrance, 5s. If teu ponies start—1st pony to receive 21 10s. 2nd, 15-; 3rd, 5s. 3rd RACE.—For Ponies under 12 hands. Entrance, 2s. 6d. If ten ponies start—1st to receive 15s. 2nd, 7 s. 6d. 3rd, 2s. 6d. DONKEY RACE.—Entrance, 6d. To be run accord- ing to the rules of Donkey Races. Prizes for this race "ii, be stated on the grounds. A BRASS BAND WILL BE IN ATTENDANCE. Entrance money will be received at the Bars of the principal Hotels in Bangor, Menai Bridge, Carnarvon, and Llangefni. There will be Lunch at the Refreshment Rooms, Bri- tannia Park, at 12 o'clock, Tickets, la. 6d. Further particulars can be obtained from Mr. Thomas Roberts, Refreshment Rooms, Britannia Park. ROYAL CARNARVON AND ANGLESEY RIFLES MILITIA. THE Headquarters and Carnarvon Division, willassemble for Training at the Barracks, Carnarvon, at 10 a.m., as follows:—Recruits (men enrolled since 18th April, 1864), on Monday, 24th April, 1865, for 34 days aud the remainder of Corps on Monday, 1st May, 1865, for 27 days. By Order, Carnarvon, E. D. NARES, 28th March, 1865. Captain & Adjutant, LONDUN AND NORTH. WESTERN RAILWAY. MARCUS'S EASTER EXCURSION, 1865. FROM CARNARVON 5 25 a.m. BANGUH 6 0 „ COnVAY 6 33 ABERGELE 7 4 RHYL 7 16 „ HOLYWELL 7 50 a.m. RUTHIN 7 30 DENBIGH 7 50 ST. ASAPH 8 5 I TO EUSTON SQUARE STATION, LONDON, ON THURSDAY, April 13th, returning from Euston Square Station, on Tuesday, April 18tli. Fare for the double Journey, Closed Carriages, 15s, First Class, 30s. Children under Twelve years of age half-price. Tickets not transferable. Luggage under 60 lbs free, at Passengers' own risk. Neither the Company nor Con- ductor can, in any way, be responsible for detention on the Line; at the same time, every exertion will be made to ensure punctuality. Tickets and Small Bills may be obtained of the Booking Clerks at the above Stations. Early application is re- quested. HENRY R. MARCUS, Excursion Agent, 6, Slater St., and 25, Leigh St., Liverpool, and 22, Crosby Hall Chambers, Bishopsgate St., London. CHESTER AND HOLYHEAD RAILWAY. MARCUS'S EASTER EXCURSIONS, 1865 FROM BANGOR, CONWAY, ABERGELE and RHYL, TO LIVERPOOL AND BACK, ON SATURDAY, April 15th. and on EASTER MONDAY, April 17th, returning on Saturday, April 15th, or on April 17th. Trains will leave the undermentioned Stations as follows: Fare for the double Hours of departure. Journey. Closed Cars. First Class. BANGOR 7 15 a.m. 5s 10s CONWAY 7 45 „ 4s 8. ABEHGKLE 8 10 | 3a6a 7a RHYL 8 20 f ? ? y" Children under Twelve years of age half-price. Tickets not transferable. Luggage under 6U lbs free, at Passengers' own risk. Neither the Company nor Con- ductor can, in any way, be responsible for detention on the Line at the same time, every exertion will be made to ensure punctuality. NOTICE OF RETURN.—The Return Trains will leave as follows: Saturday afternoon, April 15th, from the Landing Stage, at 3-30 p m, and Monk's Ferry Station at 3-50 p in. On Monday morning, April 17th. from the Landing Stage, at 7-0 a m, and Monk's Ferry, 7-20 a m. On Monday evening, April 17th, Landing Stage at 5-15 p m, and Monk's Ferry Station, 5-35 p m. Tickets and Small Bills can be obtained of the Booking Clerks at the Stations on the Chester and Holyhead Line. HENRY R. MARCUS, Excursion Agent, 6, Slater St., and 25, Leigh St., Liverpool. and 22, Crosby Han Chambers, Bishopsgate St., London. IN the matter of the Companies Ac;, 1862, ) and of the Anglesey Colliery Company Limited, the Creditors of the above-named Company are required on or before the llth day of April, 1805, to send in their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts and chums, and the names and addresses of their Solici- tors (if any), to Thomas Cooper Smith, of 15, Finsbuty Place, South, in the city of London, Accountant to the Liquidators of the said Company, and if so required, by notice in writing from the said Liquidators, are by their Solicitor* to come in and prove the said debts or claims, at the oiiices of Thomas Cooper Smith, No. 15, Finsbury Plaeo, South, aforesaid, at such time as shall be specified in such notice, or in default thereof they will be excluded from the benefit ot any distribution made before such debts are proved. Dated thM Uth day of March, 18G5. ROBERT DIXON, joint FAITHFULCOOKSON, | ILFiquidators. JAMES WRIGHT 'LlqmJiltors. THE HADJI. A THOROUGH Bred Horse, by Fau?t a Jlanagh, out of Athol Brose Ltia's dam), by Orlando, her dam Haggish by Bay Middleton, out of Mountrosity by Plenipotentiary. The HADJI stands lo hands 3 inches lugli, upon short legs, has great bone and good action. He ran third for the Derby and second for St. Leger, and won the Man- chester liuiou Cup. He also wou a £ 100 prize at York, and £ 15 at the Manchester and Liverpool Agricultural Show, for the best thorough bred Horse capable of get- ting Hunters. Will serve Mares this season at PERHYN C^ASTLE STABLES. Thorough bred Mares at 10 guineas; Half breds, a Farmers' Mares, 21103. Tenants, 15. Apply to Mr. ploicagi), Stud Groom, as above. public Notices. COUNTY OF DENBIGH. A BSTRACT of an Account of the Receipts Aand Disbursements of the County and Police Rates for the year 1864, commencing Epiphany, and ending at the close of Michaelmas Quarter, 1864. EDW. H. GRIFFITH, Treasurer. COUNTY RATES. £ s. d. £ S. d. 'Balance in hand I 1,070 15 0 A year's County Rate at 2Mr. in 4.222 9 2„ the pound 4,222 9 2 Treasury—on account of Prosecu- tions and Conveying Convicts, from 1st July to 31st Decem- ber, 1863. 34113 3 Maintenance of Prisoners in the Gaol, under sentence for Felo- ny, tic., from let April, 1863. to 31st March, l?U 196 14 10 1 538 8 1 Clerk of Peace for Register of Vo- ters 3 15 0 Inspector of Weights at Wrex- ham and r Stamping 12 » Fines fr\1Ita,. tea Clerks, viz.— John Lewis, Clerk for Brom- field and Ruabon 14 10 6 Charles Richards, ditto for Llan- gollen and Hansilin. 29 16 11 Llewelyn Adams, ditto for Ruth- in and Borough 16 15 3 J. S. Hughes, do. for Uwchdulas 30 9 0 J. A. Hughes, ditto for Borough of Wrexham 410 3 R. Williams, ditto for Borough of Denbigh. 4 6 6 94 g 5 Public Works Loan Office, for a Loan to enlarge the Lunatic 2,50000, Asylum 2,500 0 0 £8,441 17 2 DISBURSED. —=-=-—=-. Apprehending, Conveying, and 687 122 Prosecuting Offenders Expenses of the County Gaol 1,112 12 9 Ditto of Houses of Correction 48 JIO A AU Ditto of County Halls 90 17 6 Ditto of Bridges and Roads 828 4 11 Clerk of the Peace, a year's Sala- 459 180 ry, and extra eblirges 459 18 0 Coroners of Wrexham and Den- bigh District, and the Borough 303 126 of Holt 303 12 6 County Surveyor, a year's Salary A O and extra expenses. Treasurer, a year's Salary. 1? 00 0 0 Crier of the Court, ditto, ?nd ex- 8186 tra attendance S lo 6 Inspector of Weights, &c., at Wrexham and Denbigh, for Inspecting, Rent of Rooms. 50 170 Stationery, &c 50 17 0 Magistrates Clerks, for Business Un done under Jury Act 4o 12 0 Stationery, Printing, Bookbind- ing. Advertising, Postage, and 18348 Stamps o.i fio a .r- Maintenance of Thos. Roberts and Evan Davies in the Brad- well Reformatory School 7 5 4 Rooms for Revising Barrister's Courts at Llanrwst, Holt, Cer- yg y druidion, and Llansilin. J 1 O Overseer of Wrexham Regis to a Discharged Prisoner 010 Expenses of removing Urinals at Denbigh 1 17 0 Expenses of Military Depot, viz. James Martin for repairs ￼ 1 10 0 Half Year's Land Tax. 0 5 0 Insurance from Fire 4 10 0 6 5 0 North Wales Lunatic Asylum, viz.— Buildines and Repairs from 1st • Oct. 1863 to soth Sept. 1864 58 17 it" Maintenance of Wm. Long and Jar,e Clubbe from 1st Jan. to 31st Dec., 1864 31 19 4 Third, fourth, fifth, and sixth In stalments. being the balance of this County's Quota for enlarg- larging the Asylum .1,667 4 9 Messrs. Barns and Barnard's Law Charges for procuring the Loan of £ 2,500 for enlarging the Asylum 13 12 11 1,17114 0 Public Works Loan Office, and others for Interest of Money borrowed to build the Asylum, and Depot, and Instalments on account of principal 673 11 5 £6,587 16 9 Amount received 8,44117 2 Ditto paid .6,587 16 9 Balance in hand 21,854 0 5 POLICE RATE, RECEIVED. A Year's Police Rate, at 2d. in the Pound 3,109 18 0 Conveyir, Prisoners to Gaol, and other business done by the Force 144 18 9 Treasury—being a return of of the Pay & Clothing of the Force, for the year ending 29 Sept.63 909 12 8 A Loan from John Whitehurst, on Mortgage of the Police Rate, for building a new Lock-up and Police Station at Llangollen 1,000 0 0 95,16495 DISBURSED. Balance due Treasurer. 653 3 11 Expenses of Repairs, &c., at Aber- gele, Denbigh, Llanrwst, Ceryg- y-druidion, and Llangollen Lock-ups. 348 6 3 Expenses at Denbigh Police Station 0 6 6 Clerk of the Peace, a year's Salary 60 0 0 Treasurer, half-years ditto 25 0 0 Office expenses. Rent, Stationery, lC" and Printing for the whole Force 66 5 2 Chief Constable, a year's Salary, and pay for the Force from 1st Jan. to 31st December, 1864. 3,392 2 9 Contingent Disbursements for the Force 139 16 4 Clothing forthe Force. 206 14 10 Superannuation Fund, being de- ductions from Policemen's Pay. from 1st dan. to 31st Dec., '63 48 19 8 Interest of money borrowed, and Instalments towards paying off the Principai. 204 5 8 Bill Stamp to draw on the Pay- Master-General for £909 12s., as per contra. 010 0 £ 5,145 11 1 Amount Keceived 5,164 9 5 Ditto Paid 5,145 11 1 ￼ Balance .£18 13 4 Aud;te,.l by F. H. CHAMLEP.S, Esq & the V.qv. DAVID ROBERTS. SAINT ASAPH AND CONWAY TURNPIKE ROAD. NOTICE IS HEIŒBY G[VEN, that the 1 T ¡'UstES of the turnpike roads, under an Act pass- ed in the 2Gtli and 27th years of the reign of her present Majesty, inutulod "the St. Asaph and Conway Turnpike Road Act," at a meeting duly convened at the County Court Hall, in St. Asaph, on Tuesday, the 7th day of February instant, resolved as follows: That on or before the 1st day of May next the preqmt Tollhouse and Tollgate standing near St. George shall be pulled down and disposed of, in accordance with the Acts passed in that; belwlf. That, on the said 1st day of May next, a Tollhouse and Tollgates (in lieu of the said Toll- house aud Tollgato near St. Ceorge as aforesaid) shall je erected and onened upon the new road leading nomSu. Asapli to Abergele, by way of Tyfry and Bodelwyddau, at the junction of the lthuddlan and Absrgele highway, with the said turnpike road near Penyffordd. That, on the said 1st day of May next, the old road loading from St. Asaph (by way of St. George) to Abergtle shall be abandoned, according to the provisions of the St. Asaph and Conway Turnpike Act, 18(i3, and the new road lead- ing from St. Asaph (by way of Tyfry and Bodelwyddan) to A bergele, will be opened to the public in pursuance J. the provisions of the last mentioned Act. LLEWELYN F. LLOYD, ] rr H. S. THOMAS, < Rt. Asaph, 7th February, 1m Jf" ?snt!anMus. rRiiBY, DYKE & Co. FFBSJSHING. BEDDING, AND CAfiPET T' WAREHOUSEMEN, V 60, 63, 84, and 36, LORD STREET, LIVERPOOL. "HOUSE FURNISHING GUIDE" now ready, and can be had on application, poet free, containing drawings of the new patterns in Iroa and Brass Bedsteads, modern designs is Upholster;, with listaof prices. ESTDMXXS GIVEN TOBFCBKISHINO HOTBLS AND HOUSES or ANY SIZK. Ships, Cabins and Ittrthi fitted up on the ihortett notice. Carriage paid on purchases of X2 and above. to any part of the Kingdom. TERMS-CASH. .«. «U!n).< _—————— —————————— 'ublfr JPOtitts. j- TOLLS TO BE LET. SHREWSBURY & BQLYHED TURNPM ROAD. N0rK»<#^HSIlB8Y orVBtf, .OJ '???.'?????3???? '?, '?.<' Gate? <?W< S S'< t SfjtfhiMB, td on the Mtd Rof??)H be U:ç AUCTION. to tho bighest Bidder oiDWem at the respective Times and Places unde"tioned, via.: on Tuesday, the 4th day of April nexVSt 12 o'clock at noon, AT THE BULL'S HEAD, IN THE TOWN OF LLAN- GEFNI, In the County of Anglesey, will be LET BY AUCTION, the Tolls of the following Gates, which Tolls produced the last year the different Sums annexed to each, over and above the expense of collecting the same, viz.: Stanley Gate and Cae Ceiliog Gate. C319 0 0 Gwalchmai Gate 61 0 0 Nant Gate 280 0 0 Llanfair Gate 290 0 0 Also, on Thursday, the 6th day of April next, at 12 o'clock at noon, AT CAPEL CURIG INN. In the County of Carnarvon, will be LET BY AUCTION, the Tolls of the following Gates, which Tolls produced the last year the different Sums annexed to each, over and above the expense of collecting the same, viz.: Louisa Gate and Weighing Machine £563 0 0 86 0 0 Ty'nylon Gate 134 0 0 Bettws Gate and Hendre Isa Gate 290 0 0 Cernioge Gate 96 0 0 Druid Gate. 178 0 0 Corwen Gate. and Ty Isa Gate and ) 618 0 0 Weighing Machine ) Also, on Friday, the 7th day of April next, at 12 o'clock at noon, AT THE WYNNSTAY ARMS INN, IN THE TOWN OF OSWESTRY, In the County of Salop, will be LET BY AUCTION, the Tolls of the following Gates, which Tolls produced the last year the different Sums annexed to each, over and above the expense of collecting the same, viz Llangollen Gate £ 110 0 0 Whitehurst Gate, with Black Park) 162 n 0 and Belmont Gates j LlWyn Gate, between 1st June, 1864, 1 226 19 3 and 1st February, 1865 ) Queen's Head Gate, and Gallows 1 286 0 0 Tree Bank Gate ) Wolfshead Gate 82 0 0 Shelton Gate & Montford Bridge Gate 164 0 0 And will be put up by Auction, to be Let for One Year, from the 1st day of June next, under such Covenants and Conditions as shall then he declared. Each person at his first Bidding, will be required to produce or name his Surety, which, if not satisfactory, his VIid(liu will not be taken; and whoever happens to be the best Bidder or Bidders, must at the same time give Secu. rity with sufficient Sureties for the due payment of the Rent by Monthly Instalments, and also for the perfor- mance of such Covenants and Conditions as shall be declared at the time of the Auction. JOSEPH HAYWOOD, Upper Bangor. Clerk to the Commissioners. March lat, 1865. MENAI AND CONWAY BRIDGES. THE TOLLS TO BE LET. rrtBfe Commissioner lf^TSfrttrag into I execution the Act 3rd and 4th William IV., Chap. 43, intituled, "An Act for transferring to the Commissioners of His Majesty's Woods and Forests the several powers "now vested in the HOLYHEAD Road Commissioners, and for discharging the last-mentioned Commissioners from the future Repairs and maintenance of the Roads, Harbours, and Bridges, now under their Care and Management." And also the Act 14th and 15th Vict., Chap. 42, intituled, "An Act to make better Provision for the Management of the Woods, Forests, and Land Revenues of the Crowr., and for the Direction of Public Works and Buildings," DO HEREBY GIVE NOTICE, That on Wednesdey, the 5th day of April next. at 12 o'clock at noon, AT THE BRITISH HOTEL, BANGOR, In the County of Carnarvon, will be LET BY AUCTION, the Tolls to be taken at the above-mentioned Bridges, which Tolls produced the last year the following Sums above the expense of collecting them, viz.: MENAI BRIDGE £ 1725 0 0 CONWAY BRIDGE 890 0 0 And will be Let to the highest Bidder or Bidders, for the term of One Year, from the 1st day of May next. Whoever happens to be the highest Bidder or Bidders, must-immediately give, in writing, the names of two sufficient Sureties, and pay One Month's Rent in advance; and also, at the same time, Sign an Agreement for execu- ting a Lease, with the said Sureties, for the due Payment of the Rent by Monthly Instalments, and for the perfor- mance of such Covenants and Conditions as shall be declared at the time of the Auction, W Copies of the Conditions upon which the said Tolls will be Let, and further Particulars respecting the same, may be had on application at either of the Bridges; at the Office of the Commissioners' Engineer, Upper Bangor; or at the Office of Her Majesty's Works and Public Build- ings, No. 12, Whitehall Place. By Order of the Commissioners, JOSEPH HAYWOOD, Engineer. Upper Bangor, March 1st, 1865. THE HIGHWAY ACTS. COUNTY OF DENBIGH TO WIT. WHEREAS the Quarter Sessions of the W Peace for the said County, held at Denbigh, on the 12th day of March, 1863, the Justices assembled thereat did, by their final order, direct that within the Highway District called The Llangollen District," in the said County, four Waywardens should be appointed for the parish of Llangollen, two for each of the parishes of Llansilin, and Llanrhaiadr-yn-Mochuant, and one for each of the parishes of Glyntraian, Llansaintfraid-Glyo- Ceiriog, Llantysilio, Bryneglwys, Llangedwin, Llanar- mon-Dyffryn-Ceiriog, Llanarmon-Mynydd-Mawr. and Llancadwaladr. And Whereas Colonel Robert Myddel- tori Biddulph. M.P., Lieutenant Colonel Charles John Tottenham, The Reverend Walter Jones, Clerk, John Hamer, Esquire, The Reverend William Maddock Wil- Iiams, Clerk, The Reverend John CroxoD Phillips, Clerk, Richard Robert Wingfield, Esquire, and Lieutenant Colonel Richard Blackwood Price, being eight of Her Majesty's Justices of the Peace, acting in and for the said County of Denbigh (three of whom are resident within the said District,) did, by writing under their hards, dated the eighth day of February 1865, require the Clerk of the Peace for the said County to add to or send with the notices required by Law to be given of the holding of Courts of General or Quarter Sessions, a notice that at the Court therein mentioned, a proposal would be made to the Justices to increase the number of Waywar- dens in the said parish of Llansilin from two to five, and to increase the aumber of Waywardens in the said parish of Llanrhaiadr-yn-Mochuant from two to three, or that the Waywardens of th, said District, now sixteen in number, might be increased, and the present or increased number might be distributed among the said parishes, in a different proportion to that ordained by the said Order of Sessions and did also require the said Clerk of the Peace to send by Post, in a prepaid letter, notices to the Churchwardens and Overseers of every parish constitut- ing the sasd Highway District. And, Whereas, such no- tices and letters having been senfc by the said Clerk of the Peace, the Justices assembled at the Quarter Sessions for the said County held at Denbigh on the 15th day of March, 1865, being the Court of Quarter Sessions men- tioned in the said notice4 having considered the premises, dJd, by provisional order, direct that for and in the said Highway District, the number of Waywardens be in- creased from sixteen to twenty, and that the said twenty Waywardens be, appointed and distributed as follows :— two Waywardens, for each of the said paiishes of Llan. gollen, Glynttaian,. and Llantysilio, due Waywarden for each of the? said parishes of Bryneglwys, Lhnsaintffraid. Glyn-Ceiriogi, Llanarmon-Dyffryn-Ceiriog, Llanarmon- Mynydd-Mawr. Llancadwaladr, and Llangedwin; three Waywardens for the said parish of Llaurhaiadr-yn- JI Jcb. nant, and five Waywardens for the said Parish of Llan. silia., That the confirmation of the said Order will be considered at the next Quarter Sessions for the said County. County. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. that the confirmation of the said Provisional Order by a Final Order, will be taken into conaidetafcion by the Justices at the Court of Quarter Sessions: for the said County, t&V&bekl at Ruthin, on the 29th of June next. JOSEPH NEBS, I Riifehftfc, 24th March, 1865. CLEBK Q* ZBfi PEAQfi. GRIFFITH DAVIES. GENERAL FURNISHING ESTABLISHMENT, BANGOR CARPETS, WINDOW HANGINGS. TABLE LINEN, BLANKETS, SHEETINGS, &c. < PAPER HANGINGS AND DECORATIONS. BOO TAN D S HOE ESTABLISHMENT, 304, HIGH STREET, BANGOR, an t?lie p n ? ? icB, ion ot gaenid neml, ISAAC ROBERTS begs to inform his Customers, Visitors, and the puWic in general, ihat he has constantly on hand a large assortment of Ladies', Gentlemen' and ChiMren s, Boot Sh(,es, botk French and English, in every variety suited to the requirement* the Season, and of the LATET ?A?Hi??iaa. Gentlemen leaving their Orders can rely on obtaining a really First-class article, at a Moderate mce. JOHN WILLIAMS, The Old Established FURNITURE AND UPHOLSTERY ESTABLISHMENT, LONDON PLACE, BANGOR, BEGS to draw the attention of his friends and patrons in North Wales to the large assortment of DINING and DRAWING ROOM FURNITURE, BEDDING AND BEDSTEADS, and especially IRON BEDS of all kinds, which he keeps in stock. He also wishes to state that parties need not go astray in search of what they can procure equally as cheap and as good at Bangor. He particularly invites an inspection of a large stotk of FEATHERS, CURLED HAIR (6f the best quality), WOOLLEN and, COTTON FLOCKS, which for purity are unmatched. If found not to be of the quality which J. W., represents them to be, they may be returned. SEL LING OFF. EVAN EVANS, LONDON PLACE, BANGOR, WHO IS RETIRING FROM BUSINESS. IS NOW OFFERING HIS CHOICE AND EXTENSIVE STOCK OF WINES AND SPIRITS, AT A CONSIDERABLE REDUCTION IN PRICE. THE FOLLOWING COMPRISES A PART. 450 DOZEN FINE OLD CRUSTED PORT, Ranging from three to eleven years old in the botttle. 200 DOZEN FINE OLD SHERRIES; And aeveral Lots of CHAMPAGNES, EAST INDIA MADEIRA, CLARETS, MARSALA, CHABLIS, BUCELLAS, NOYEAU, 4c THE STOCK OF SPIRITS Also, will be found to be very old and finest quality, and at lowest prices possible. GREAT REDUCTION A IN CLOTHING, WARRANTED ALL WOOL, HHwP AND ON THE BY BAND KNICKERBOCKER SUITS or Knickerbocker Suits, N!)f Meltons, Cheviots, 22s. 6d. Scotch Tweeds and Angolas IS From 21 28. Gd. BOYS' SUITS WWfcar JACKET, VEST, and T ROW S E R S From 58. Gd. f THE CELEBRATED ORIGINAL RIB 50s. SUITS GENTS'SUIT QQg. Are made from the best 'Welsh and Scotch Tweeds. XL0 BOYS'SUIT, 25s. 6d. &C., &C., &C., AT JOHN ARONSON, 1 & 2, BANK PLACE, BAKQOR. GENERAL ABSTRACT OF RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURE OF THE ANGLESEY BRANCH OF THE ROYAL NATIONAL LIFEBOAT INSTITUTION, Duving the Year, 1864. RECEIPTS. £ a. d. Balance in hand of Treasurer January 1st, 1864 10 2 6 Amount of Subscriptions & Donations received .„ in 1864 ••• 85 7 3 Proportion of Salvage received by Holyhead Lifeboat for services rendered to Brig Boa- hova," December 3rd, 1864 17 0 0 Boat's fare for services rendered by Llanddoyr Lifeboat to ship Devonshire," Dec. 8, 1864 2 10 0 114 19 9 .Cash received from Parent Society to meet deficiency ••• — 42 9 6 Balance due to Treasurer 0 8 9 157 18 0 •In addition to making up deficiencies as above, the Parent Society supplies each station with requisites, even to new boats," when the local funds prove inadequate. Beaumaris, March 23rd, 1865. PAYMENTS. £ 8. d. Comwain's Salary,& Station Expenses-Penmon 16 17 6 it Moelfre 12 18 0 Cemlyn 13 9 6 Rhoscolyn 15 10 0 „ Llanddwynl8 18 10 „ „ Holyhead 55 5 8 Crew of Holyhead Lifeboat for services rendered toBrig"Boahova,"Feb. 13th, 1864 6 5 0 Crew of Llanddwyn Lifeboat for services ren- dered to ship "Devonshire," December 1st 8 9 0 Crew of Penmon Lifeboat for services rendered to Smacks "Pearl" and "Speedwell," December llth, 1864 7 18 6 Advertising, Stationery, Postages, &c. 2 16 0 157 18 0 Examined and audited and found correct by Thomas Ashurst, Actuary, Beaumaris, January 27th, 1865. ROBFRT WYNNE JONES, Hon. Sec. and Treasurer. f S LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH. ???F BANGOR DISTRICT- ??????eE?* ? T I DO hereby certify that the election of the Local Board of Health, for Dl,,rt of ??4or, has been conducted in conformity with the Provisions of the S P„l,lip S Health Act 1848, (11 & 12 Victoria, c. 63,) and Local Government Act, 1858, (21 & 22 Victoria, cap. 98,) and that the Entries contained in the Schedule hereunto written are true. No. of Votes given for each Names of Persons Kr?? nf S Persona Nominated. Residence. Quality or Calling. Candidate. Elected. W??SM?? rd Tan-iv-coed Ship Owner, &e. 434 William Pritchard Charles Bicknell 'Penrt;n Arms Hotel Keeper 297 Charles Bicknell John Roberts Bradford House Draper 273 John l^berts John Kenmuir Douglas Caxton House Newspaper Proprietor. 253 J. K. Douglas Rowland Parry Vronheulog Villa .Gentleman .239 Rowland Parry William Thomas Aber Cegin .Farmer 232 George .Tames Fair View Gentleman 193 Robert Hughes George & Dragon Inn Keeper 171 ?Vvan ? Vvin? Bryngwyn Coal Merchant 128 Owen Evans City Vaults Wine Merchant 104 Robert Evan Roberts, High-street • Draper 100 Evan Williams Upper Bangor Lodgmg-h, ou? Keeper. ?M John Evans — High-street Butcher 51 William Williams Castle Bank Master Builder 41 William WUtasft High-street Druggist ST Given under my tad this twenty-ninth day "????Q HARDIE. WILLIAM YOUNG HARDIE, RttMMDgONMt.