Hide Articles List

12 articles on this Page

Advertising

Advertising
Cite
Share

I MRS ?AI?ER?S LATE MRS SEVAN'S) REGISTER OFFICE FOR SERvANTS CHESTER-STREET, WREXHAM. Experienced Cooks, Laundry-maids, and General Servants wanted immediately. 23G8b Wanted. WANX'EP, respectable Lodgings. Address, X.Y.Z., Ad4)ertiget- Office. 259f ^-«TANTKI>, a steady, respectable Man as BUS W DRIVER.— Apply at the Wynnstay Armis 27ge W AN.'Tb,l), a MASON.—Apply to R. A. IM- LAX»$, Berwig Quarry, Minera, near NVrex- Siam. 1 W ,t INTEDa Junior Assistant, improver, orturn- over apprentice, by Mr J. Francis, chemist, Wrexham. 2(ilf W rexham. 2tHf r«VJ MILLEKS.—Wanted, an experienced working i. MiUer.-Apply to Henry Roberts & Co., Alu Mills, Mold. _?_  "rnli r VX l KD, a respectable Woman, between 40 and ?? 50, in a "mall family. Must be active.-Apply atthe?Mrtt-?Omce. 266f W" ANTED, a sharp, active LAD, to clean boots, &e. One able to milk indispensable.—Apply at the office of this paper. 222a WANTED, an intelligent Boy, as an Apprentice i to the seed trade, 14 or 15 years of pge.—Apply to Mr Stractian, High-street. 265f W A-NT' I P, D  years WANTED, a strong Youth, about 16 or 17 years ?? of age, as porter, by Mr J. Francis, chemist, 38, Chester s:r<et, Wrexham. 262f WANTED, an Office BOY, able to read and write ,'1' well.-Apply by letter only, in own hand- writing, to B.A., Advertiser office. 6 ■*TKTANTED. a strong active Lad, to clean boots ?V and knives, run errands, &c.—Apply to Mr J. Pryce-Jones, Grove Park School. 254f w AN T ED, by a family in Manchester, a respect- able aud intelligent NURSE. Girl from 14 to IS years of ae-Apply at Printers. 225a w AN t't,,D.-An Indoor PORTER, to look after W a pony and trap, and make himself generally useful.-Apply Mr SMITH, 36, High-street. 272s W A' ,I ED, an intelligent YOUTH for an office; one who has had some experience in business routine.—Apply. JONES & ROCKE, Sa-op-road. 134e WANTED. -By a respectable person, a COT- I" TAGE in Wrexham or neighbourhood; rent no olviect.-Address W. H. Advertiser Office. 150s IMPORTANT NOTlCE.- Wanted, 50 Labourers for enlarging Water Works Reservoir.—Apply at Denbigh Water Works, or to Mr HonES, White Lion, Denbigh. 237s WANTED.—AGENTS to sell Jewellery, Watches, ?V and various Birmingham Goods. Illustrated wholesale catalogues post free.—Apply, HENRY MAY, Birmingham. 99s WANTED, at Flint Brick and Tile Works, glint, a few men, that have worked in Brick Yards. Wages, from 4s. to 5s. per day.—Apply to Mr Jacob Davies, Flint. 240f WANTED, an Apprentice to the Grocery and Provision Trade, about 13 years of age. One who understands Welsh preferred. -Apply to H. Jones, Hall-street, Rhos. 247f WANTED, a sharp, active YOUTH, as office hoy. Must write a neat hand.—Apply to DA. n ES BROTHERS, builders and contractors, 39, Hope-street, Wrexham. 260a WANTED, Good Kitchen GARDENER, with r" a knowledge of flowers. A good Cottage and liberal wages. Unexceptional references required.— Address, X Y., Advertiser Office. 243c WANTED, a steady Man, used to general tann work and horses. As the work is light it would be suitable tor an elderly man.—Apply to Alfred T. Jones, Charles-street, Wrexham. 123 W ANTED, a respectable Youth as an apprentice I,. to the General Drapery. A member of a Welsh Dissenting Church preferred.—Apply, by letter, to H. O. W., Advertiser Office. 91f To TIN WORKERS AND OTHERS.-Wanted, a steady mail to examine and lock safety lamps. One who can repair lamps preferred.—Address, J. G. Crofton, Vauxhall Colliery, Ruabon. 263f w ANTED, a situation by a respectable Young Man, us manager of shop or clerk of works. He can produce 10 years' referene,- Apply by letter to R., Advertiser Office, Wrexham. 161 WANTED, by a respectable Widow, a Situation as HOUSE-KEEPER to a single gentlemen or widower in the vicinity of Wrexham or Oswestry preferred.—Apply at the office of this paper. 183s IT ANTEO,-Immediately, Cooks, Housemaids, Nurses, General Servants, and good Farm Servants -I,o a good Groom.—Apply to Mrs JONES, Registry Office, 24, Henblas-street, Wrexham. 7s AGENCY.—To place CASSELL'S well-known TEAS and COFFEES within the reach of every family Ð the Kingdom, Agents are required in every neigh- bourhood not yet fully supplied. For terms apply to CASSELL, SMITH & Co., 80, Fenchurch-street, London. 2056b WANTED, by the Advertiser, who has been used to the wholesale and retail wine and spirit business, an INVESTMENT for from £ 300 to £ 4UJ. Could give his services if required. Address, in confidence, S. T., Post-office, Saltney, near Chester 221c 0 CORN FACTORS, BREWERS, A and O L'HERS.—Wanted, by an experienced Man, who has a large and influential connection through North Wales, F COM MISSION in any iof the above.—Address, Amicus," Advertiser office, Wrex- ham. 247e WANTED, by a Lady, a thorough trustworthy, W middle-aged active MAN, who has been ac- customed to take care of a horse and carriage, and drive. He must also be capable of managing a small flower and kitehen garden. A single man, who has lived in the above capacity preferred. Character for sobriety and steadiness indispensable.—Apply, stating ae, reference, and wages required, T. H. M., Mr POTTER'S, stationer, Wrexham. 220c BOROUGH OF WREXHAM. ROBERT LLOYD, ESQ., MAYOR. WANTED, a TOWN CRIER for the Borough of Wrexham. Applications in writing, accompanied by testi- monials, to be sent to me on or before Monday, the 22nd day of February next; and any information required as to salary and duties maybe obtained upon application to me. Canvassing for the appointment will be considered a disqualiifcation. By Order, JOHN JAMES, Town Clerk. Town NJE-K'S Office Wrexham, 28th January, 1875. 267e ,th .January, Ik75. 2G7e WREXHAM UNION. RELIEVING OFFICER WANTED. T HE Guardians of this Union will, on the 11th   1< hruay next, proceed to elect a REI-IF'VIN'. f0t1m-FIrCEiR for a district called the Ber- WHLC £ emprises the townships of T'1'1" NA(;V bove, Hersham, Bro.?hton. Brymbo W.H,IS, N.UM '? ??"?' "?  ?  TION ofIiiiera, and -itanst?,.tnd contains A popuia The 'alary will be ?SO per annum. The oerson in pointed must be of active habits, quick at accounts ayll a good hand. He must devote his whole Time to tin- duties, and give a security by bond wi'l T'° r°' slIeties in £]00. He will also b re?u:. ed t.eside in the said district. The duties to commence .n the d?y of appointment. Applications M the candid-ite s handwriting, stating a<? previous .ccnpat)-n ?,d accnmp?ned ).y not more than four testimonials of recent date, to be sent to me on or be!? e Pen „ clock a.m., on the 11th day of Febnnrv I 1' t.. lIar) next, en?r?d .?pl,c?tion for appointment of Re- hev:ng0<hc.r, and the candidates mUst atten.L •> raee?in,, of the Board at Twelve o'clock on the d-n ? clectioll. The appointment will be made subiect to the orders and also to the approval of the Local Govern- sneiit Board. By Order, J. OS WELL BURY Wrexham, Jan. 29tli, 1875. Clerk 274c To be Let. To be Let. TO be LET, the desirable D\VELLING"HOU? TNo. 1, Leaside, Rhosddu, "rexham.-For further particulars apply to M? F. L. RAWLjxs, No 4 Grove I Road, Wrexham. 251b A PARTMHXTS, comfortably furnished, compris- ing Sitting-room, with one or two Bedrooms in tirosvenor Road, Wrexham.—Apply at the office of the Wrexham Advertiser. 173b TO LET. with immediate possession, a comfortable JL HOUSE, containing four bedrooms, drawing room, breakfast room, large kitchen, back kitchen pantry, and cellars. Rent, X30 per annum.— Apply to I. E. EVANS, Agent, 1, Henblas-street, Wrexham 37 b  be LET, with immediate possession, the G?R' ? DENS of Cbevet Hey. They are wll stocked with wall and other fruit trees, and from their proximity to the town, are well suited for first-class market gardens.—For terms and to view, apply to Mr EDWARDS, gardener, at Chevet Hey. January 22nd, 1875. 201a RUABON COAL COMPAN.Y, LIMITED. TO be LET, on or before the 30th of January, the Driving of two Tunnels, about one hundred yards in all. h C For particulars apply at the Company Offices, Hafod-y-Bwch, Rnabon. 100s FARM to LET, on the Penbedw Estate, containing F80 Acres, principally in grass. Immediate entry can be given to an eligible tenant. These lands have been long in the occupation of the Proprietor, and are in a high state of cultivation.—For further paiticulars, apply to Mr JAMES WATSON, agent. 233c Penbedw, near Mold, 27th January, 1875. f|>0 be LET, by tender, and entered upon on the JL 2nd day of February next, a Small FARM, con- taining 34 acres or thereabouts, called Rhewl," situ- ate in the township of Rhanberfydd, in the parish of Hope, Flintshire, and midway between Wrexham and Mold. Tenders to be sent to Mr John Allington Hughes, Solicitor, Wrexham, on or before Monday, the 1st day of February next. j To Let- 1 TO LET, BIRCH COTTA-GE, Bangor. Ac el-t- cellent House, with walled garden, well stoöked with fruit trees, with or without 4 acres of I&nd.—■ Apply to Mr BICKERTON, Buck Inn, Bangor, near Wrexham. 234c Sales by Private Contract. To BE SOLD, the HOUSE and SHOP and PRE- MISES, No. 21, Charles-street.—Apply to E. M. JONES. 165b. r|I ^0 be SOLD, about 30 Tons of Old Upland HAY.— i_ Apply to Mr R. EYANS, Halghton Mills, near TApply to Nlr R. EVANS, Halghton Nlills 'C5c Wrexham. FOR SALE, a Child's Goat Carriage, with goat F and harness.—Apply to Mr J. Pryce Jones, The Groves. 253?_ ?/trALTING ?EASON.—For chea?and good Malt- (  IML ing COKE, apply to W. GAMBLE, Merchant?!, Hope-street, Wrexham. ?'? FOR SALE, a few tons of excellent CLOVER HAY.—Apply to THOMAS HALLIWELL, bailin, Rhyddyn Hall, Wrexham. 179a T" O BE SOLD, to make room for larger, the Engine and Boiler at the Advertiser Office. May be seen at work daily on the premises. 13 RICKS. BUILDING BRICKS of excellent I! quality and in large quantities, may be obtained from the brymbo Company, near Wrexham. 1612r S. WEDE TURNIPS for Sale.—Apply (stating quantity required) to Mr Thomas Millington, Hope Station, near Mold; or to MrT. W. Jones, Auctioneer, Chester.  SALE.—HARMONIUM, by Alexanders. 5 oc tave, in good condition fine tone. Price, for ready cash, X4 4s.-Apply THOS. Roberts, JUN., Grocer, Coedpoeth, Wrexham. 1858 N SALE, by Private Treaty, one of the best MEADOWS on the Dee, 16 acres, more or leis, near the town of Holt. -Apply to Mr SAMUEL HAR- RISON, Ebenezer Cottage, Holt. 181a C ARRIAGES. -Parties wanting are invited to in- spect the large Stock of New and Second-hand Carriages, now on sale at reduced prices, by JAMES PARRY, 71, Foregate-street, Chester. 2211s TO BE SOLD, a large quantity of SASHES, plane Tand cross bar DOORS, split and sawn LATHS, f?O_ ISTS, SPARS, FLOOR BOARDS, and SLA TES.— Apply to B. OWEN, Builder, Penybryn. 209e ON SALE, a substantial and very good-looking, half-bred, four-year-old Brown HORSE, 16 hands high would make a good harness horse, and is very well adapted for brougham work.—Apply to T. KENNEDY, Veterinary Surgeon, Wrexham. 244e JOHNSTOWN, RUABON.-Cheap Building Sites. —A few Lots of Freehold Building Land to be sold, situate at Johnstown, Ruabon (near the New [nn). Sufficient land for a house and garden may be bought fortlO.-Apply to Mr JOHN BURY, 10, Temple Row, Wrexham. 1638s TO BE SOLD by private treaty in on or separate lots, the Freehold Land, Warehouse, and other Outbuildings, now in the occupation of Mr T. J. Har- rison. Farndon, Chester —Apply to Messrs. Finchett, Maddock, Moss, and Sharp, solicitors, Chester", or to Mr W. Hughes, Farndon. 119r TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY, at, JL Dee Side, Bangor, near Wrexham, one Guernsey Cow, with calf at foot, out of Mr Fowler's herd one ditto Ayrshire, with calf at foot; one ditto Heifer, to calve in March.—For prices and par- ticulars, apply to Thomas Davies, Gardener. 241f ON SALE, readv for delivery, several new sets of BOILER MOUNTINGS, consisting of 5-inch steam, 3-inch feed, 3-incli lever, and dead weight valves, steam and water guages; also, two 10 feet diam. pit head pulleys for Ii inch round wire rope- with centres and pedestals.—Apply, RICHARD CHAD- WICK, Eagle Foundry, Wrexham. 1969C TO THOSE DESIROUS OF MAKING MONEY. TO BE SOLD, an excellent SLATE QUARRY, Tnear Conway—lease 21 years. It covers about tOO acres of ground, produces an inexhaustable quan- tity of good vein chart-able slates, slate slabs, houes ind Manganese. This excellent property, really worth to a company, at least X5,000, will from necessity he oarted with to an immediate cash purchaser for X550. it is four miles from Llanrwst, and seven from Con- way. A tramway is made from River Conway to the Quarry, where the stage is erected for working and shipping to all parts.—Apply to Mr WATSON, 15, Fen- vick-street, Liverpool. 780r CJPLENDID OPPORTUNITY FOR SMALL O CAPITALISTS.—For Sale, a Freehold best FIRECLAY and TERRA COTTA WORKS complete, with nearly new plant for grinding and working the clay. Steam-engine, drying sheds, kilns, etc., capable of producing 21,000 bricks weekly. It is situated in the midst of other flourishing like works, with coal it low figures, and has rail and water accommodation on the site itself. The clay produces the most superior whitefacing bricks, ornamental terra-cotta works, etc. With £ 800 an energetic man can here make a genuine fortune.—Apply to Mr WATSON, 15, Fenwick-street, Liverpool. 921c Lost and Found. LOST, la3t week. from Cymmau Park, 13 Sheep, t marked red on face. Anyone restoring same to T. Jones, Cymmau, will be rewarded. 230f LOST, on Friday last, at the Wrexham Railway Station, a broken-haired Lurcher DOG, colour light red.—Anyone returning the same to Cross Foxes, Wrexham, will receive 2s. 6d. reward. 246e F/IUND:t\Yron Cysyllte, ? Black Greyhound FDog. The owner c?n have if by paying expenses. —Apply to Edward Davies, Vron Cysyllte. 242f OQAA To be laid out on MORTGAGE. Good d???f?f freehold security required.—Apply to Mr HERY BITHELL, 19, Mount-street, Wrexham. 219c SPECTACLES AND EYE-GLASSES, TO SUIT ALL SIGHTS, AT ALL PRICES. SPECTACLES FROM Is AND EYE-GLASSES FROM Is Gd AT F R A SE R'SP 210c HIGH-STREET, WREXHAM. BEDS! BEDS!! BEDS! THE largest assortment in North Wales at YE'S jL BED WAREHOUSE, 42, Hope-street, Wrex- ham. Bed, bolster, and two pi Hows fo- Its 6. Wool- len Flocks sold by the pound in large or small quan- tities. Wool Mattresses made to order on the shortest notice. Prime Goose Feather Beds on Sale. Oilskins, Leggings, &c. • 202b • Entertainments and Meetings. BAPTIST CHAPEL, CHESTER-STREET. A SPECIAL SERMON to Young People will be j-?_ Preached on Sunday Evenin Next, January 31,1875, by the Rev. S. D. Thomas, Pastor, service to commence at 6.30. All are affectionately invited. 278s ON TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16TH, A LECTURE Will be delivered by MISS CHARLOTTE•HAYES, Of Gatewen, in the TOWN II ALL, WREXHAM, On behalf of the Funds now being raised for the pro- posed New CHURCH of ESCLUSHAM, subject:— "PRINCE CHARLES STUART." CHAIRMAN:—REV. CANON CUNLIFFE. Further particulars will be given in future adver- tisements. 207r O FITZ-ALAN LODGE, No. 1,432, OSWESTRY. PROVINCE OF NORTH WALES AND SHROP- SHIRE. R.W.P.G.M. Bro. Sir Watkin Williams Wynn, Bart., M.P. A A 0 N 1 c B ALL 1 w place un?rthep?ron?ofth?R.W.P.G.M. Sir W. PrtVyvn,n, Bart., M.P. the J? W T» P fj M T R- 0 n" e, Esq., the R.M'?D.P.G.M. J. H. Onnsby Gore, Esq" I P., and the Worshipfui Masterlml P^eth of the Fitz"Alan L^e of Free- masons. at the ? ? ?'"? L?e of Free- VICTORIA ROOMS, OSWESTRY, In aid of the Local and Masonic Charities, on FRIDAY, the 19th of February, 1875. 1 The Brethren are requested to appear in full Masonic Costume of any Degree. Tickets, to admit a kjidy, 10s eaeh. to admit a iger, tleinan, or a Lady and Gentleman, [åw; each. Tickets can be obtained through the Honorary Secretary and Members of the Fitz-Alkn Lod^ ge aud.U t-beNVynn- stay Arms Hotel, Oswestry. Dancing to commence at Ten o'clock. A. GIBB, P.M., Hon. Sec. Qsmes.tsz, «T?.nuary 25t&„ 1875. 258a I J t ——-————— Entertainments and Meetings I; TOWN HALL, WREXHAM. ) MONDAY, February 8,1875. "IMPRESSIONS OF AMERICA." THOMAS BARNES, ESQ., has kindly promised to deliver a LECTURE on the above subject, in aid of the funds of the Wocking Men's Club. Chair to be taken at Eight p.m., by T. T. GRIFFITH, Esq. Tickets: 2s, Is, and 6d, to be obtained from the Booksellers, the Committee, and from i T. E. MINSHALL, ) Secs. ■ Hon. Secs. 223a GEO. PRITCHARD, WREXHAM HARE AND HOUNDS CLUB. THE First ANNUAL DINNER of the above Club Twill be held at the Wynnstay Arms Hotel, on TUESDAY, February 9th, 1875, at 6.30 p.m. Members can obtain tickets from the Hon. Sec. on or before February 3rd, after which date no tickets will be sold. JAMES S. CRAWFORD, 180a Hen. Sec. READINGS AND MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENTS, Under the Direction of MR. EDWIN H ARRISS) CORN EXCHANGE, WREXHAM. THE NEXT ENTERTAINMENT of the series will be held on MONDAY EVENING, the 1st of February, and will be continued fortnightly. PRESIDENT FOR THE EVENING: EDWARD WILLIAMS, ESQUIRE., M.D. READERS: Mr Robert Williams, Mr T. H. Richards (Chirk), and Mr G. Bradley. VOCALISTS: MISS MONKHOUSE, Re-engaged by Special request. Miss Richards (Chirk), Misc Constance, Mr W. S. Wilson. Mr TOM BLEASDALE (Manchester), Mr T. Jones (Rhosymedre), Mr T. Houghton, Master Chas. Harriss (his last appearance). INSTRUMENTALISTS Violin: Miss D. Hayes; piano Miss Heywood, and Mr Edwin Harriss. Admission Threepence Balcony, Sixpence; Re- served Chairs (principal entrance) One Shilling. Doors open at Half-past Seven, entertainment to com- mence at eight o'clock. Will ladies and gentlemen who are willing to assist in the Readings or Musical part of these Entertain- ments kindly inform Mr Harriss.. 2464b MOLD AND HAWARDEN DISTRICT PLOUGHING MATCH, OPEN TO ALL ENGLAND. THE ANNUAL COMPETITION of the above IL Society will take place on THURSDAY, February 11th, 1875 (if prevented by fro it, the following Thurs- day), at Mr J. Wright's, Cop House Farm, Broughton, near Chester. PREMIUMS CLASS 1ST.—For single Furrowed Ploughs, open only to farmers or their men. First prize, 8 pounds. Second prize, 6 pounds, Third prize, 4 poundg. Fourth prize, 2 pounds. Fifth prize, 1 pound. bixth prize, 10 shillings. CLASS 2ND.-Open to all competitors for single and doubled Furrowed Ploughs. First prize, 7 pounds. Second prize, 5 pounds. Third prize 3 pounds. Fourth prize, 2 pounds. Fifth prize, 1 pound. Sixth prize, 10 shillings. A medal (value 2 guineas) to the maker of the winning plough. CLASS 3RD.-For local ploughmen or regular hired servants (who have never won a first prize) within that portion of tne society's district—North-east side of the mountain range, which comprises the districts of Rhyl, Denbigh, Mold, Hawarden, Overton, and Wrexham. First prize,, 5 pounds. Second prize, 4 pounds. Third prize, 3 pounds. Fourth prize. 2 pounds. Fifth prize, 1 pound. Sixth prize, 10 shil- lings. CLASS 4TH.—For the best butt in the field. Prize, a silver medal. Guage, 8 inches in width and not less than 6 inches in depth. Entrance fee for class 1st and 3rd, 5s. For class 2nd, 10s for each team. To be paid at the time of entry to Mr Hugh Hughes, Hendy, Mold, or Messrs J. and G McHattie, Ches- ter, on or before Monday, the 6th February. No en- tries will be received after that day. A Dinner will be provided on the premises, by Mr Lockwood, Hop Pole, Chester, at 2s 6d each. 227a RHUABON COTTAGE HOSPITAL. CONCERTS WILL BE GIVEN AT WYNNSTAY, In aid of the above Charity, on TUESDAY Afternoon, March 30th, and WEDNESDAY Evening, March 31st. THE Ladies and Gentlemen who have kindly promised to assist are, Members of the HEREFORDSHIRE PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY and of the LONDON SOCIETY OF AMATEUR MUSICIANS. Conductor: MR. HENRY LESLIE. Full particulars will be shortly announced. 218c "A LADDO A LEDDIR." IESU, NA'D GAM- A\ "Y GWIR YN ERBYN WAITH." ) Y BYD." WREXHAM NATIONAL EISTEDDVOD, 1870. A SELECTION FROM THE LIST OF SUBJECTS FOR COMPETITION. BARDDONIAETH (POETRY). AWDL Y GADAIR (The Chair Ode).-cc Helen Llwyddawg." Heb vod dros 600 o linelltu. S20, Cadair Dderw, a Thlws Aur. English Poem, upon the Massacre of the British i\lassacre of the Bri'Lish Monks of Bangor-is-coed." X5, and a silver medal. RHYDDIAITH (PROSE). Best "Scientific account of the origin and growth of the Welsh language, from the earliest period to the present day." (Y Traetliawd goreu ar darddiad a chynydd yr Iaith Gymraeg, o'r cyvnod boreuav i'r am- ser presenol.) Y.25, and a gold medal. (English or Welsh.) Best account of "Wrexham and its inhabitants during the 17th and 18th centuries." (English.) X5, and a silver medal. -Fullest collection of the names of places, fields, rivers, hills, etc., in the two Maelors, with their deri- vation. (Y casgliad mwyav cyvlawn o enwau lleoedd, meusydd, avonydd, &c.. yn y ddwy Vaelor, ynghyd a tharddiad y cyvryw.) (English or Welsh.) X3. CYYIEITHIAD (TRANSLATION). Best translation into Welsh of Shakespeare's play, As You Like It." ZCIO, and a gold medal. CERDDORIAETH (MUSIC). VOCAL. Chorus-open to all comers-" Ye Nations Offer to the Lord" (Mendellssohn's "Hymn of Praise": and Achieved is thy glorious work" (second chorus) Haydn's "Creation." Choir to contain not under 100 nor over 150 voices. (To be competed for on the first day of the Eisteddvod.) X100, and a baton value £10 to the conductor. INSTRUMENTAL. Best Brass Band. Piece, Selections from Masa- niello." X20, and a gold medal for the conductor. ART. Best Original Oil Painting on any subject illustra- tive of Welsh History; painted subsequent to 1874. zC25, and a gold medal. Best Original Picture in Water Colours, of any view in the counties of Flint and Denbigh, to be painted subsequent to 1874. X10, and a gold medal. Sculpture—"Dunawd, of Bangor, near Wrexham, delivering the celebrated British protest" at St. Au gustine's Oak in Worcestershire. X25, and a gold I medal. CARVING. Best Carved Oak Bardic Chair (to lie the property of the Committeee) £10, and a gold medal. A complete List of the Subjects, with the Con- «Lit,ions, may be had from the General Secretary, post fsae for four penny stamps. EDW. WILLIAMS, M.D., Chairman. JOHN JONES, "aB* Sees .HUGH DAVIES. IHeaL Sees. ROOBERP WILLIAMS, General Secretary, j .235s 35, Lorae-streetj Wrexham. Business Announcements. gO WEL DAVIES, ARCHITECT, SURVEYOR, AND LICENSED VALUER, WREXHAM. 252f STOCK TAKING SALE. _$ gROWN, HOLMES, & CO. (LATE W. &. C. BROWN), Z. Beg to announce their Annual Sale of Goods at reduced prices will commence on MONDAY Next, February the 1st, and continue through- out the week. The residue of a Manufacturer's Stock of Table Linen (20 per cent. under present prices) will Ite included in this sale. SILK MERCERS TO THE QUEEN AND H.R.H. THE PRINCESS OF WALES. Chester, January, 1875. 331a MR T. T. GRIFFITH'S PORTRAIT FUND. £ s. d. Subscriptions previously announced jE314 3 6 Mr Parry, sadtller, Town Hill 0 5 0 Mr Edward Francis, grocer, Ab- bot-street 0 5 0 Mrs Wilding Jones, Hampton, Malpas, Cheshire 3 3 0 Miss E. Jones, The Fields, Crop- well Butler, Bingham, Notting- ham 110 Mrs Edwd. Crane, Emral Lodge 2 2 0 J. Devereux Pugh, Esq 110 X322 0 6 The Subscription List will be closed on the 1st of February next. The Committee will thank subscribers to pay the amount of their subscriptions to either the North and South Wales Bank, National Provincial Bank, Trea- surer, or the Honorary Secretary, 273b J. G. BUCKTON. RED LION INN, WREXHAM. SAMUEL HARRISON begs to intimate that he ENTERS upon the above Old-established Inn on Monday next, the 1st February, and hopes, by strict attention to the comfort of his guests, and a supply of First-class Ales and Spirits, to merit public patron- age. Railway Tavern, Rhosddu, 28th January, 1875. 277s NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. DAME DOROTHY JEFFREYS.-A correspondent writes: Was not Dame Dorothy Jeffreys the daughter of Sir Griffith Williams, of Penrhyn and Cochwillan ? She married John Jeffreys, Esq., elder brother of the Lord Chancellor Jeffreys, of Acton."

Family Notices

Advertising

TO OUR POSTAL SUBSCRIBERS,…

LONDON SAYINGS

[No title]

[No title]

[No title]

[No title]

[No title]

[No title]

Local News.I ----