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gjalcs b Suttton. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. Important Sale of Extensive and Valuable ES- TATES in Denbighshire and Carnarvon8hire. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MR. W. DEW, Early next spring, (unl t' previously disposed of by pnvate contract), in such Lot. as may be determined upon, ALL that very magnificent ESTATE called PWLLYCROCHON," with the Mansion House. Woodlands, Gardens and 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. that fine Estate called 11 The BODLON'DEB 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 LlaDrwst, comprising upwards of 2000 acres 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. CONWAY. SALE OF TWO MOST DESIRABLE RESIDENCES. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION BY MR. W. DEW, Early in May next, THOSE 2 charmingly situated Residences, t caUed PLAS VARDRA, and PORTH UCHAF TOWER, recently erected, regardless of expense, by Major the Hon. H. E. Fitzmaurice. The Modern FURNITURE at Plas Vardra will also be sold by private or public sale. Full description will appear in future advertisments and particulars. Further information may be obtained of the Auctioneer, British Hotel, Bangor. 23rd March, 1865. SALE OF MOST ELIGIBLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY, In the Borough of Carnarvon. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION BY MR. W. DEW, About the end of May next, A LLthat Freehold FARM called PENYGELLI jrY most pleasantly situated within the Borough of Carnarvon, and within a mile and a half of the town. and containing about 90 acres of rich pasture and arable land. This eligible property is well adapted for Villa Residen- ces and the whole will be sold in Lots. Further particulars may be obtained from the Auction- eer. British Hotel, Bangor. March 23rd, 1863. SALE OF TIMBER AT BARON HILL. MR. W. DEW Has received instructions TO SELL BY AUCTION, On Monday the 10th day of April next, 1 ? LOTS of Larch, Oak, Ashpoles, and fire- ITJL/ wood. suitable for Collieries, Fencing, and Agri- cultural purposes. The Sale will Commence at 12 o'clock at noon, in COED CADW Plantatiou, distant a mile and a half from Beaumaris, and one mile from the MenaiStraits, affording every facility for shipment. SALE OF FAT STOCK. MESSRS. DAV1ES AND ARMOR, BEfl- to announce that they have been Bfavoured with infractions to SELL BY AUCTION, in the Market Place. Denbigh, on Friday, the 7th day of April next, being the Blossom Fair Day, at 11 o'clock precisely, 21 very prime Short-horn and Cross-bred HEIFERS, in very Ripe condition, the property of Hugh R. Hughes, Esq., of Ystrad. Royal Oak Inn, Denbigh, March 21st, 1865. RH YL. Sale of a verv superior well-built FREEHOLD HO USE delightfully situate in the centre of Plastirian Terrace in this rapidly-increasing Watering Place. MESSRS. CHURTON AND ELPHICK Beg respectfully to intimate that they have been in- structed by the Proprietor, to SELL BY AUCTION. at the Royal Hotel, Rhyl, on Friday, April the 21st, 1865, at four for five o'clock p.m. most punctually, in One Lot, and subject to such conditions of sale as will then be produced; AVERY SUBSTANTIAL newly-erected ADWE? LLING-HOUSE, finished in a very superior manner, and with every modern convenience and accom- modation, situate, and being Number 7, in the centre of that commanding block of first-class residences, known as PLASTIRION TERRACE," in the very best part of this rapidly improving and very fashionable watering place. The House contains in the basement, kitchen, pantry, scullery, sitting room, back kitchen, and servant's bed- room. On the ground floor, dining room, 20ft. by 15ft.; breakfast room, 15ft. by 13ft.; entrance hall, butler's pantry, and sitting room, 16ft. by 12ft. On the first floor, a drawing room, 21 Aft. by 20ft.. two bedrooms, 15ft by 14ft, and 19ft. by 12ft., and water closet. And on the second and third floors, eight bed and dressing rooms, water closet, &c. It is admirably adapted for a large Family, or for a first-class Lodging House. Any further information may be had upon application to Mr. Gold Edwards, Solicitor, Denbigh or from Messrs. Chnrton and Elphick, the Auctioneers, at their offices, in Chester, or Whitchurch, Shropshire. LLANDUDNO. MR. GEORGE FELTON Is instructed by Mr. Robert Jones, who is declining farm- ing, TO SELL BY AUCTION, at TYNYCOED, LLAN- DUDNO, on THURSDAY, the 6th day of APRIL, 1865, THE FARMING STOCK, comprising a Team ) of powerful and active Horses, one Mountain Pony, three capital milch Cows, a quantity of prime Hay, some Barley and Oat Straw, a few hob bets of Barley and Oats, good strong Carts, the Farming Implements, Gears, Dairy Utensils, and other effects. Sale to commence at 2 o'clock. Mostyn Estate Offices, Llandudno, 25th March, 1865. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. By direction of the Executor of the late Captain Caldecot, R.N MR. MICHAEL ROBERTS Will, on or about the 10th of April, 1864, SELL BY AUCTION, At the Cottage, Llanbedrog, THE ValnaMe assemblage of Property, con- Tsi.qting of several ozs. of SILVER PLATE, nùmerou8 Heavily PLATED ARTICLES, amongst which are Salvers, Table Candlesticks, and Branches richly chased, Side Dish- es and Covers, with moveable handles, Soup Tureen, Tea Urn, very handsome Dessert Knives and Forks, in Case. together with numerous other articles; valuable Glass and China Services; fiue-toned Piano, in Walnut case, Net- work front, full compass, with all the latest improvements; Dining-room Suite, in Mahogany, comprising elaborately carved Sideboard, Dining Table, G'larduvine Chairs, Louncing ditto, Brussels Carpet, Framed Engravings, Fenders and Fire-irons, ^rawing-room Chairs, spring- seated, Couch, Elizabethian Chair, with worked back and seat, Circular Side, and Sofa Tables, small Fancy ditto, Work Tables,neatly fitted, Music Stools, Canterbury's large Chimney-Glass, valuable Ornaments, Cases of Preserved Butterflies and Insects, also Crises of native and foreign Shells, good Brussels Carpet, Engravings in Gilt Frames, Fenders and Fire-irons, Library cane-seated Chairs, Settee, Library Table, 2 Bookcases, Fender and Fire-irons. Bed- rooms:-4-post, and other Bedsteads, with Paliasses, Hair Mattresses, and Curtains, prime Feather Beds, Blankets, Counterpanes. Dressing Tables, and Washstands, Chamber Ware, Carpets, and Chairs, Table, Stove, Suspended Lamp, with two lights, 8-day Clock, on Bracket, Hall Chairs, and Table, together with Kitchen, and Garden House effects, 2 Close Carriages, and a few doz. of choice Wine. Catalogues will be ready in the course of a few days. HOTHOUSE BUILDING. JOHN WEBSTER, GENERAL HORTICULTURAL BUILDER, WAVERTREE, near LIVERPOOL. Conservatories, Vineries, Forcing, Orchard, and Plant Houses of every description, combining the most modern improvements at the lowest possible prices. References permitted to the nobility and gentry throughout Great Britain. COALS! COALS! COALS! BEST WIGAN and other COALS at BAN- JD GOR RAILWAY STATION, by John Williams & Co. Best Coals 15s. per Ton. Second do 14s » Also, DRAINING PIPES, of Superior Quality. Further particulars may be had of Mr. Littler, Rail- way Hotel, Bangor. &ales bg Auction. LLANDUDNO. Attractive Sale of very excellent Household Furniture, Beds, superior Bedding, Tapestry and Kidderminster Floor Carpets. Pier-glasses in gilt frames, China, Glass, and other Effects, at 1, SOUTH PARADE, fronting the beach. MR. FELTON Has received instructions from Mr. Hugh Edwards, who is giving up this Establishment, to SELL BY AUCTION, On the premises as above, on TUESDAY, the 4th of APRIL, 1865, THE whole of the very excellent and sub- Btantial Household Furniture, comprising—3 sets of massive Mahogany Dining Room Chairs, in hair-seat- ing, and 1 set with leather seats and back; 4 capital Easy Chairs; Mahogany ,Sofa, and double and single Couches in hair-cloth, with carved backs and elbows a very handsome Spanish Mahogany Sideboard with carved door-panels and back and ogee drawer; circular and oblong Work Tables birch painted Dining and Sitting Room Tables; 3 elegant Pier-glasses in gilt frames, and 1 ditto in rosewood; a Cottage Pianoforte in mahogany case; 2 handsome Tapestry floor Carpets, large size, and several excellent Kidderminster and Scotch bedroom Car- pets stair-carpetting and brass rods; Sitting-room and Bedroom Fenders, and sets of Fire-irons handsome ma- hogany Half Tester Bedsteads, with panelled footboards and twisted columns capital patent metallic, birch and painted Half Tester, Tent, and French Bedsteads, all with neat Hangings; straw Palliasses hair, cocoa-fibre, wool, and flock Mattresses; Seven Prime Feather Beds, and iron Crib and Mattress Spanish mahogany Chest of Drawers and bed-steps; painted Dressing Tables, Toilet Stands, Toilet Rails, Chests of Drawers, and Toilet Drawers; capital Mahogany Toilet Glasses and neat sets of Toilet ware a large quantity of excellent Blankets, Counterpanes, and Quilts also a Mahogany Hat and Umbrella Stand, 2 carved oak shield back Chairs, and Hall Table oil floor-cloth, and cocoa-flbre and thread Door Mats; a quantity of Dinner Ware, China Services, Table Glass, aud sets of Jugs Electro.plated TeE6 Des- sert, and Table Spoons and Forks, and Cruet-frames; Britannia-metal Tea-pots, Coffee-pots, and Table Candle- sticks two bronze Tea Urns, sets of Trays, kc. also capital large-sized Cooking and Kitchen Tables, Chairs, and Utensils, and Appliances for Culinary purposes; set of six metal Dish Covers, Meat-hastener and Jack, Sauce- pans, Stewpans, Kettles, Panmugs. and a variety of other useful Effects. To be viewed on the morning of the Day of Sale. Ca- talogues of the whole to be had one week previously. Sale to commence at 12 o'clock, Mostyn Estate Offices, Llandudno, March 13, 1865. SBT&olasttc. ST, ASAPH GRAMMAR SCHOOL. HEAD-MASTER, W. Easterby, B.A. The Hnext term commences on April 6th, 1865. rnflB Rev. CHARLES W. F. JONES, M.A., X 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. EDUCATION.—Middle Class school, Blox- Eham, near Banbury, Oxon, on the Great Western Railway from Chester and Shrewsbury. The New Build- ings give accommodation for 60 more boys. Terms, 30 guineas per annum. For prospectuses apply to the Rev. P. It. Egerton, B.C.L., late Fellow of New College, Oxford (Head-Master), or Messrs. Stone and Hartley, the Library, Banbury. A list of the boys who passed the Cambridge Junior Examination at Christmas, 1864, 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., Jesus College, Oxford. Head Master—Rev. H. J. WILSON, B A., Corpus Christi College, Cambridge. THE Course of Instruction inchdes the Tiisual 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 Boys 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. ^Publications. SACRED MUSIC. SANCTUS: with ?eish words, (S. A. T. B., S'?!d ?ipaiiitnent for the Organ or Harmonium). Composed by B. M. Williams, Ruthin. Price 6d. WEEKLY, ONE PENNY; MONTHLY, SIXPENCE. (Uniform with Casseli's Illustrated Bunyan.") CASSELL'S ILLUSTRATED FOXE'S BOOK OF MARTYRS, edited by J' Rev. W. BELAMLYT-MOORE, M.A. No. 1 ready April 12th. First Monthly Part ready April 29th. No. 1 should be ordered immediately. Sold by all Booksellers. CASSELL, PETTER, and GALPIN, London, E.C. ALL Persons having any Claim on the Estate of the late Mrs. Catharine Clough, of Minydon, near Conway, are requested to send their ac- counts to the Rev. A, B. Clough, Braunston, near Rugby, Executor, that they may be discharged. "OCEANUS" TY \7"1LL serve Mares for the ensuing season at the farm of Mr. Robert Owen, Nant Newydd, Llangefni, i- AQUANTITY of Martell's Hennessy's and L Otads Brandy for sale at 45s 6d per dozen in or- iginal cases of 1 dozen each. Also some prime Havannah Cigars Y.Ca. Brand, at 25a per box containing li lb. Terms cash only. A. Fielding, Bullion Merchant, 37, Brown-street, Nfan- chester. Advances on every description of valuable merchandise STEAM SAW MILL, PORTMADOC. J. H. WILLIAMS & SONS BEG to intimate to the public, and to BBuilders especially, that they have just purchased the recently erected STEAM SAW MILL, PORTMADOC, and that on and after 1st April next they will be pre- pared to execute orders for Circular and Vertical Sawing, with pr )mptness and despatch. Particulars as to prices. &c., forwarded on application. Portmadoc, March 22, 1865. BLASTING, AS NOW ADAPTED BY LENK'S PROCESS. GUN COTTON IS THE CHEAPEST AND SAFEST EXPLOSIVE, AND FREE FROM SMOKE. Prices and directions for use on application to the Manufacturers. THOMAS PRENTICE and Co., Stowmarket, Suffolk.

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