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Sales by Mr. Johnson. ) WREXIIANI, DENBIGHSHIRE. J> ,sira!>!e Freehold Property in High Street, Hope Street, Brook Street, and Grove Park, rcxham. FPO BE SOLD BY AUCrlOX, by ??r. JOHSO, at X the Wynnstav Anus Hotel, Wrexham, on Mon- day, the 2nl day of May, 1S59, at 3 o'clock in the atlern >on, in the following, or such other lots as shall b agreed upon at the time of sale, and subject, to con- ditions to be then produced. Lor I.-All those st-ven s-veral COTTAGES or DWELLING-HOUSE'S, with the yards and iippurten- anees thereunto belonging, adjoining the Biitish School in Brook-st., in the lbrüub of Wrexharn, in the oounty of Di'tlbijih, and now or late in the respective occupa- tions of David Hughes, Edward Thomas, Margaret Huberts, Eliza Wilkinson, Ellen Huberts, John Wyune, and Robert Jones. LOT 2.-Ill those 6 several COTTAGES, or Dwelling- house?, with the yard and appurtenances thereunto be- longing, situate near to the last mentioned premises, and now in the respective occupations of William Gregory, Th'imas Jonas, Edward Whitley, Elizabeth Clarke, W. Jtifreys, and Niary l'ugh. N.B. The whole of the premises, comprising Lots 1 & 2, arc in ,vo.)d repair, ami there is a pump belonging to lot -1 1. ? ?- 0 Z3? 2 yielding a plenttlul supply ot excellent water, the use uf which will be reserved to the purchaser of Lot 1. LOT 3.—All that Croit piece or parcel of LAND, containing by estimation one acre, or thereabouts, situate in or near to Brook-street, aforesaid, and at the back of Mr. Price Vaughan's Brewery, now in the holding of 1 William Rowland, Esijuire this lot is well adapted for Building purposes. LOT 4.-Ali that plot or piece of BUILDING LAND, situate on the North West side of the New Road, or Street, called Grove-street," lately forming part of the Grove Park Estate, being Lot 9 of certain lots or parcels of Building Land advertised for sale by Auction, on the 21st April, 1S54, and shewn in the p'an annexed to the particulars of such sale, aud containing by admeasure- ment 1228 square yards, or thereabouts. Lor o.—Another plot of LAND adjoining lot 4, numbered 10, in the former particulars, and containing 1,227 sq::aie yards, or thereabouts. Lor G.-Inotlier plot of LAND adjoining lot 5, numbered 11 in the said former particulars, and con. taining 1,222 square yards, or theieabouts. LOT 7.—mother plot of LAND adjoining lot G, num- bered 12 il the said for ner partieulars,,and containing 1,220 square yards, or thereabouts. Lor 8.—All th:it s-lbstantially built MESSUAGE, or Dwelling-house, with the shop, yard and premises there- unto belonging, being in High-street, in Wrexham, aforesaid, now in the occupation of Mr. Moses Wright, draper. This lot is admirably situated for business. LOT 9.—All those two SHOPS with the Dwelling- house and extensive out offices, warehouses, yard and premises, thereunto respectively belonging, situate in Hope-street, in Wi-cxliim, aforesaid, now in the several occupations of Mr. Edward J ones, hatter and clothier, and %fr. J,i,in Davies, druggist. This lot contains 519 square yards, has a front ige to Hope-street of 41 feet, and is one of the best commercial sites in the town, and lucrative businesses li;L-, c been carried on there for many years. The respective tenants will shew the lots, and any further information may be obtained on application to the Auctioneer, or at the offices of Messrs. J aiuts and Owen, Brvnj ffynnon Offices, where a plan of 1 ots 4, 5, 6, and 7 may be seen. WREXUAM. MR. JOHNSON baa been commissioned to offer by ?U. PUBLIC AUC fIOX at the ?Vynnstay Arms llotel, Wrexham, on Wednesday, the 27th day of April, 1859, at 3 p.m., for 4, punctually, subject to conditions, TIIE WREXHAM THEATRE, Also the commodious DWErLIXÎT-IIOUSE adjacent, called Theatre Cottage, now occupied by Mr Batty, with the large Garden, and the SIX COTTAGES ad- joining the foregoing premises. The above, if not disp )sed of together, will be offered in Four Lots, suitable for Building purposes. The property, altogether contains a superficial area of 3250 square yards, within a co,npact boundary, and contains a pump and buildings, recently used as a BREWERS'. The situation is dry, and elevated with good frontages to the Cattle Market, and a spacious road leading into it. Particulars with Lithographic Plans, with any further information, may be obtained at the office of Mr Lewis, solicitor, Wrexham. April Ilth) 1859. FAT STOCK SALE AT ESLESS FARM, NEAR WREXHAM. "j|I YT1 R. JOHNSON will be happy to see his spirited .iM. friends, the Butchers, to Dinner, at Esles;> on Tuesdav next, the 19th of April, 1859, at One o'Clock. ON SALE, at Three o'Clock, 11 FAT liEIFERS, his own property; EIGHT FAT COWS and BUL- LOCKS, the p-operty of T. Ll. Fitzhugh, Esq. Also abjut 270 EWES with their LAMBS. To be cleared away as heretofore. Wynnstay Arms Office, Wrexham. Sale by Messrs. Churton. VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY IN DENBIGH- SHIRE AND FLINTSHIRE. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, by MESSRS J- CHURTON, on Thursday, the 28th day of April, 1859, at the Albion Hotel, in the city of Chester, at Two o'clock in the afternoon, and subject to conditions to be then produced, a VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY, comprising— IN DENBIGHSHIRE. IN THE TOWNSHIP OF ALLINGTON. A PUBLIC-HOUSE, Outbuildings, Garden and Croft, with the several Meadows, in the occupation of Ann Walley, containing about lOa. Or. Op. Also the Meadows in the several occupations of John Hockenhall, Thomas Ellis, Ann Randlts, Price Evans, Thomas Gibson, William Taylor, Thomas Mercer, David Prince, Joseph Evans, Thomas Randies, John Randies, William Lewis, Edward William-, and John Ellis, containing nearly 100i. Or. Op. of Land; together with the Cottages, Gardens, and premises in the occupation of Mrs Martin, Thomas Ellis, and William Gibscn. x-l-ITT M AD T T A. V L\ lilXi lU\>omr Uf XJUOA, BUILDINGS and THREE COTTAGES, in the occupa- ions of John dovish, George Coates, and William lhiley, with the several Fields, pieces, or parcels of LAND, con- taining nearly 20,i, Or. Op. And also the live Fields in the occupation of T'homaa HanJics, containing nearly 25 acres. The above Lots afford eligible building sites. IN GWEllSYLLT. LAND in the occupation of Charles Hnghcs, containing about 10 acres. TIiis also is a desirable site for buildings IN THE TOWNSHIP OP ISACOED. Tha FAIIM-HOUSE and LANDS, with the Meadows, in the occupation of John Davies, containing about 110 statute acres of Land or thereabouts. JX FLINTSHIRE, IN THE PARISH OF DODDLESTON. The several MEADOWS, in the occupation of Robert Wainwright and Thomas Huxley, containing about scven- .teen acres of Lfind of stiitutc measure. IN THE TOWNSHIP OF TRYDDYN. All that FARM-HOUSE, with the outbuildings, pieces -or parcels c.' LAN D, and Quillet, in the occupation of Peter Pulford and John Edwards, containing about twenty acres. IN BUCKLEY. The HOUSE and Garden, with the several FIELDS belonging thereto, in the occupation of William Fisher, containing about nine acres. The above desirable Property will he offered in about Forty Lots, for the convenience of purchasers. Plans, with. full Particulars, may be obtained 14 days previous to the Sale, on application at the principal Inns in Wrexham, Mold, Iiossett, and D.iddlcston; from the Auctioneer's offices, in Whitehurcli, and Chester; OT from iNIr G. E, THEVOB ROPEK, Solicitor, Mold; Messrs S 1, BOYDEL, and POWELL, So l icitors, Chester, where full information will be given. The respective Tenants ill show the Lots. Sale by Mr. W. Jones. yote FOR TIIE COUNTY OF FLINT. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, by MR. WILLIAM L JONES, at the Boar's Head Inll, Ewloe, on Thurs- day, 21st of April instant, at five for Six 0 cloek, Sub- ject to Conditions then to be produced, all that FREE- HOLD COTTAGE AND GARDEN, with the Apurten. ances, containing upwards of Half an Acre of Land, situate in WOOD LANE, in the Township of Ewloe, in the Parish of llawarden, and now in the occupation of MB. ILLIAH HOOLEY, who will show the Lot. And any further information may be obtained on ap- plication to the Auctioneer at Hawarden, or to Messrs, BOYDELL and POWELL, Solicitors, Chester. DAVID JONES, TAILOR, &e., BEGS to inform his Friends and the Public that he J3 has REMOVED from Brook-street, to more con. venient premises, situate in Lambpit-street (onnositf to Mr Lloyd, Plumber), where he intends carrying on the business in future, and hopes to merit a continuance of public patronage. Orders executed on the bliorlest notice. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE COUNTY OF DENBIGH. G P.-ITL P.%l E-f I ?HE Government havi:1 decided on submitting the of PIP I1! T eform to the Country by a dissolution  again to offr mYi!lf of your Representatives. I felt it incumbent on me b oppose the late Bill, as inadeqllate to the WantS and requirenents of the country, and as affording no permanent settlement of the question. If again rdurued I am prepared to support a larger measure both of enfranchisement and disfranchisement, based however, on what I consider the fundamental principles of the constitution. Un all other subjects I shall continue to advocate the same ameliorations and reforms I have hitherto done convinced that a timely reparation of defect* both in Church and State is the only means of maintaining our existing institutions. I have the honor to be, Gentlemen, Your most obedient and humble Servant R. MYDDELTON BIDDULPH. Obirlc Cistle, April 7th, 1859. TO THE FREEHOLDERS AND OTHER ELECTORS OF THE COUNTY OF DENBIGH. GENTLEMEN, IN the expectation of an immediate Dissolution of the -L present Parliament, I venture fir the sixth time to solicit at your hands a renewal of the trust you have so oft -n before reposed in me. I have no fresh exposition of my political opinions to make. They are well known to you all. Nor am I aware of any vote of mine requiring special explanation. In the late division I thought it my duty to support the Government against a hostile combination of all sections of the opposition, who declared by their vote, not their disapprobation cf the Government Measure of Reform, but their refusal either to accept or even consider any emanating from Her Majesty's present, advisers. AgaiLst this vote the Government have appealed to the country. Should I again be honoured with your suffrages, I shall give to ministers an independent support, endea- vouring to do my duty as your Representative by attention to your local interests. I am, Gentlemen. Your faithful and obedient Servant, WATKIN WILLIAMS WYNN. Wynnstay, April 9th, 1859. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE DENBIGH- SHIRE BOROUGHS. GENTLEMEN, I AM advised by my friends that it is undesirable, in JL the present state of the Register, that I should disturb the peace of your Boroughs by offering myself as a Candidate at the ensuing election-an election, which most probably, will only give rise to a Parlia- ment of very short duration, and which must necessarily be speedily followed by another. The high position in which you placed me at the last election, the great personal kindnesses I then experienced, the numerous gratifying assurances now given me that 1 still retain the confidence of my friends, lead me to believe that the day is not far distant, when, with an extended franchise, to be based, I trust, on constitu- tional principles, I may reasonably hope for the honor of representing the Denbighshire Boroughs in the House of Cummons. Again thanking you for your past kindnesses, which under any circumstances, will ever remain to me a pleasing remembrance. I have the honor to be, I Your very faithful and very obliged Servant, I JAMES MAURICE. Ruihin, 15th April, 1859. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE DENBIGHSHIRE BOROUGHS. GENTLEMEN, AS the present Parliament is soon to be dissolved, L I hasten to solicit a renewal of the trust you hava twice confided to me. 1 have endeavoured to discharge the duties of a Representative in a manner worthy of a large and free Constituency. If I am again returned by you to Par- liament, I shall pursue the same course of supporting any Ministry, without reference to Party, which will uphold the honour of our country abroad, and which will propose measures calculated to ameliorate and elevate the condition of the People. I am, Your obliged and faithful Servant, TO WNSHEND MAIN WARING. 41, Har ley-street, London. GWERSYLLT FIRV, CLAY WORKS, NEAR WREXHAM. JDODD & Co. bef respectfully to inform the No- tj « bility, Gentry, Farmers. Builders, and the public generally that they have now on Sale a quantity of first-class Bricks, Tiles, Ridge Tiles, Bearers, Chimney Tops, &c., &c., which they recommend with great confi- dence, considerable improvements having been effected by them in the manufacture. N.B.—Orders promptly attended to. SPRING AND SUMMER FASHIONS. MRS. JONES, BEG3 respectfully to return her grateful thankg to I the Ladies of Wrexham and its vicinity for the liberal patronage she has received, and to inform them that she has REMOVED from Holt-street to UPPER CHESTER-STREET, where she hopes to merit a continuance of their support. Mrs. J. has selected the newest patterns and styles for the season in Pelisses, Yisittes, Mantles, Dresses, &c., &c., which can be made up on the shortest notice. W G. SANDY, LAY CLERK OF CHESTER CATHEDRAL, AND ORGANIST OF GRESFORD CHURCH, UNDERTAKES the tuition of CHURCH CHOIRS, and attends twice each week in Gresford and the neighbourhood to give instructions in MUSIC, PIANO- FORE, and SINGING. Terms on application. Upper Northgate-street, Chester. W D A V IS, PAPER BANGER, DECORATOR, AND VENETIAN BLIND MANUFACTURER, 1, QUEEN'S SQUARE, QUEEN STREET, WREXUAM. WD. begs respectfully to inform the Inhabitants of W Wrexham and its Vicinity, that he has commenced business in the above trades; aud having been, for a period of 26 years connected with the first houses in Liverpool and Manchester, he can guarantee those persons entrusting him with orders, workmanship and materials as good in quality and low in price as auy house in the kingdom. W. D. trusts, by promptitude in the execution of all orders, combined with moderate charges, to ensure s share of public patronage and support. N.B—Old Blinds repainted, taped, and made equal to new, bought or exchanged. Parties findiug their own Papers can have them hung with equal Care and at as moderate charges. PORTRAITS FOR THE )llLLION!! J MR. JONES HAS OPENED HIS PROVINCIAL PHOTOGRAPHIC lOOMS, At Mr GOMER JONES'S, Bank-street, and calls special attention to his Alabast:ous Portraits, which have never been equalled. Portraits and Frame, from One Shilling and Sixpence. This is considered to be the cheapest and best Photo- graphic Establishment in the Provinces. it Oil PaintinEF, Engravings, and Family Pictures copied. tw Portraits taken for Lockets, Rings, Brooches, &c. N .B.-Families attended at their own residences. Specimens may be seen at Mr Baj ley's, Bookseller. UPPER HOPE STREET, WREXHAM. T. CATHEEALL, ORNAMENTAL AND PLAIN PLASTERER, MODELLING TO ORDER AND ACCORD ING TO ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS, LONDON, PORTLAND, AND PARIAN CEMENTS. PLASTER-OF-PAEIS AND OTHER BOMAJ* CEMENTS i THE OLD STAND, ABBOT STREET. T. RIDEOUT IN returning his best thanks to his friends and the J_ public for the liberal support afforded him since his commencement in business, trusts by keeping a good supply of prime Roast Beef, Yea], Mutton, Pork, and Ham, to continue to merit a share of public patronage. Strangers visiting Wrexham March Fair will do well to paybim a visit. Hot meals at all times of the day during the Fair by steam power. Also cold cuts. N.B.-Temperance, Pic-nics, and all other parties got up on the shortest notice. Tea Urns and a Tent capable of accommodating 200 people for Hire. Horses and Ychiolve for aire, I}f ILL I N E RYE S TAB LIS H MEN T, (Adjoining the Made Lion Inn,) UPPER HOPE-STREET, WREXHAM. MRS. BURROUGHS, (late S. JE-?Kt?, C:?r!es'.tceH',) respHctfuUy intimates to the Ladies of Wrexham, and -L??- ne'ghbout hood, that by the request of mauy of her former customers, she has decided to resume her bmine 58, and having returned with a very choice selec'ioti of MIMJIMERY in every viriety, STRvW and FANCY BONNETS, HATS, CAPS, HEADDRESSES, FLOWEUS, RIBBONS, &c., &c and respectfully solicits a continuance of those favours so liberally extended to her when in business before, for which she embraces the present opportunity of ex- pressing her grateful acknowledgments. 1r". B. intends shewing her Sn nmer Fashions shortly. N.B.—Mourning and Wedding Orders promptly executed. Straw Bjuaets Cleaued and Altered. Apprentices to the Millinery Wanted. R K 11URROUGHSII CLOCK AND WATCHMAKER, JEWELLER, SILVERSMITH, OPTICIAN AND MUSIC-SELLER, GRATEFULLY acknowledges the kind patronage with which he has been favoured since he came to Wrexham, an d \J begs to say that he has on hand a well-selected stock of GOLD and SILVER WATCHES, NEW and SECOND- HAND, a good variety of JEWELLERY, CLOCKS, SPSCL'ACLES, MUSICAL IMSl'ttUMENTS, VIOLIN BOWS, BRIDGES, &c., &-c., which he has resolved to sell at 10 PER CENT LOWEli than his usual price. All kind of repairs executed with efficiency an 1 [juiictu ility, for which his charges will ba very moderate. Clocks in the country attended to. Gold Wedding Rings. Adjoining the Blach Lion Inn, Upper Hope-Street, Wreih am. ESTABLISHED 1812. PRO CTOR AND RYLAND98 PREPARED BONE MANURE, FOR TURNIPS, GRASS, WHEAT, BARLEY, OATS, POTATOES, &c. AND THEIR BONE SUPERPHOSPHATE OF LIME. ARE THE BEST PREPARED AND CHEAPEST MANURES OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC. BIRMINGHAM AND CHESTER. • m ERCERY, MILLINERY, & GENERAL JQRAPERY ESTABLISHMENT, B R I D G E S T R E E T ROW, CARPET, AND GENERAL FURNISHING WAREHOUSE, EASTGATE ROW, CHESTER. MESSRS. BECKETT BROTHERS, beg to announce that they are now SELLING OFF the Stock of the Old Established Firm of Messrs. Pritchard, Eastgate Row, Chester, (valued at £ 7085 12s. 6d.,) AT A LARGE REDUCTION PROM THE ORIGINAL PRICE. Also, that on and after Monday, the 11th inst., they will be fully prepared to execute all orders w ith which they may be entrusted by the customers of the late firm, with punctuality, economy, and despatch. ø- Messrs. B. respectfully request that all letters may be addressed in full ai follows:- BECKETT BROTHERS, BRIDGE-STREET ROW, C H E S T E R JRONMONGEEY ESTABLISHMENT HOPE-STREET, WREXHAM. JOHN GITTINS HAS always in stock an extensive variety of FURNISHING GOODS, BUILDING MATERIALS, AGRI- CULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, IRON BEDSTEADS, MARBLE CHIMNEY PIECES, &c., &c., which the public are invited to inspect. N.B.—Strict Economy in Charges combined with a first-class Article. BRYN-FE YJVTNON BREWERY, AND STEAM SODA WATER WORKS, W I N E, S P I ri, I T A L E AND p 0 R T B P. V -A- U L T S, T?INE, g PIE IT, AND pORTER y'AULTS, UPPER HOPE-STREET, WREXHAM. I WILLIAM BATHO respectfully begs to return his most sincarc and grateful thanks to the numerous friends and customers of his late lamented father, for the patronage so liberally accorde.. to him for upwards of 20 years, and embraces the present opportunity of stating that the business will now be carried on by him, and is REMOVED from Lower Hope-street to the enlarged and more convenient premises in Uppar Hope-street, (late the Buck Inn), where he hopes by strict punctuality, and by giving his personal attention to all orders entrusted to him, to merit a continuance of their favours, at the same time he begs also t) say that he has now had fitted up a STEAM EtfGIN E, and other first class Machinery, embracing all tha latest improvements, for the Manufacture of IE {1. rE 0 WATERS, comprising Soda, Chalybeate, Potass Waters, Lemonade, and Ginger Beer, manufactured from the Water of the far-famed Brvn-y-ffynnon Well. The Wine and Spirit Business will also have the special attention of W. B., whose aim wi!l be to supply a first- rate article at the lowest remunerative price. The Brewery having teen much e^tend:d, will afford much greater facilities for the prompt execution of all orders. Innkeepers and Private Families supplied with Hocae-Brewed, Burton, Mild, and Bitter Ales, in Cask or Bottle, London and Dublin Porter. Dealer in Cigars. All Goods delivered Carriage Free within 10 miles. Wrexham, March 24th, 1859. PERUVIAN GUANO, DIRECT from GIBBS BRIGHT and Co., in quantities from 5 cwt. up to 30 tons. ARTHUR CLARKE, March 30th, 1859. General Commission Agent, Wrexham. CIGARS! C I G A R S FINE OLD HIGHLY FLAVOURED HAVANNAS. Mc ROBERTS, Bros., respectfully solicit the attention of all connoisseurs to their immense stock of fine old HA V AN A CIGARS, possessing a very superior richness and falm 33 of flivoar on of" the most deli- cious articles" ever offered for sale in Wrexham. AGENT FOR BAKBa's VIRGINIA. BIRD'S EYE. High-street, corner of Chester-street. c AIZPE T S! CARPETS! C AR P E T S OLD ESTABLISHED CABINET &, UPHOLSTERY WAREHOUSE, BRIDGE STREET, WREXIIAM. WILLIAM PIERCE, BEGS most respectfully to inform the Public of Wrexham and the neighbourhood, that he has just added to JL) his stock a large quantity of KIDDERMINSTER, DUTCH, FELT AND OTHER CARPETS, Which he is prepared to sell at the lowest Trade Prices, having made his purchases Previous to the present rise in Prices. W. P. has always in Stock, a large selection of the best HoME-MADE CABINET FURNITURE, and every other article in the Trade. G ENI-ERAL F URNITURE, QARPETS JJEDDING-, J^OOKING GLASS, WALLPAPER, OIL CLOTH, MATTING, IRON BEDSTEAD, FEATHER AND FLOCK WAREHOUSE. FURNITURE IN ROSEWOOD, WALNUT, OAK, MAHOGANY, BIRCHAND ALL PAINTED WOODS.  o:'=;c=' t'  IN Ii?J. 1 WOULLE?I ;I? r LOCKS CARPETS, BR US BELLS, TAPESTRY, KIDDERMINSTER, DUTCH, I FELTS, DRUGGETTS, &c. EDWIN OWEN respectfully informs the Pnhho that he has made considerable additions to his extensive JLJ SHOW ROOMS, in order to give parchasurj an opp?rtu'my of a la-?er s?ecti.m of the above, together with every Article connected with the Tra-lc, and at sue a pncc. that will ensure satisfaction. Car NOTS THE AIDDRESS-16, TOWN-HILL, (LATE OF THE OLD SHOP, BRIDGE-STREET.) TO AGRICULTURISTS. JjANOASHIRE MANURE CO.MPA NY. (J, KNIGHT AND liO,) WIDNES NE AYR WARRINGT ON, MANUFACTURERS OF JSTTROGENISED IBO-NF, MANURE FOR WHEAT, GRASS, TURNIPS, & POTATOES Genuine Super, phosphate of Lime, Sulphate of Ammonia, Nitrite of Soda. ACLABKE begs most respectflly to inform th3 A?rieultUMt Pablic that he has bwa &ppoint)d Agen Afor the sale of the above valuable MANURES, and ?3? con!ideat that whoeve: gives them a trial wil not be disappointed in the result. A Stock of the various Manures will be kept always on hand, in bags of 2 cwt each, ao that every one may have an opportunity of testing the fertilising properties of these well-known Manures. I 1 A. 0. hM alto an Agency for gait, delivered at all Railway Stations direct from the World. | SIXTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE WELSH FREEHOLD LAND SOCIETY, ENROLLED AS THE ¡ 11 Welsh Permanent Benefit Building Society." Established Feb. 14th. 1853, on Permanent Principles, pur- suant to the Act 6 & 7, W. 4. c. 32. TIIUSTEES :—G. H. Whalley, Esq., Plas-Madoc; R. C. Rawlins, Esq., Rhyddyn; W. Wardell, Esq., Banker, Chester; W. H. li-irby, Esq., Brymbo. SOLICITORS:—Messrs. EJgworth and Devereux Pugh. SURVEYORS AND VALUERS :-Mr Michael Gummow, Wrexham; Mr Edward Williams, Builder. SECRETARY :—Mr C. Glaacodine, Offices, Pen-y-bryn, Wrexham. DIKECTJRS :—Mr George Biyley, Chairman, Mr John Rogers. Mr Moses Wright, Mr Thomas Davies, Mr Michael Gummow, Mr T. Carrington. CONSULTING ACTCAUY :—Arthur Scratchley, Esq., M.A., 3, Parliament-street, London. BANKERS —National Provincial Bank. AUDITOR :—Mr Thomas H. Roberts. REPORT. The Directors of the WELSH PERMANENT BENEFIT BUILDING SOCIETY in presenting their Sixth Annual Re- port, beg to inform the Shareholders that they have again caused a fall investigation of the position of the Society to be made, as was done last year, h9 result of the calcula- tions shew a Balance in favour of the Society of 35 8s 7d. Though the Balance appears to have 0 ightly in- creased since last year, it must be borne iff?d that the Interest allowed Investing Subscribers being calculated on a graduated increasing scale, a much larger sum has been credited them, in proportion, for Interest than was done last year; it must also be remembered that a large number of Investing Subscribers having withdrawn during the year, the relative proportion of profits accruing to those that re- main will be increased in ratio. There being a number of Subscribers who had given No. tices of Withdrawal for a long period, and who were pres- sing for the amonnts severally due to them, the Directors determined on borrowing the amount required to pay tbem all of; and consequently, contracted a lovaK^h with the Welsh Provincial Insurance Company Of 4, to be re- paid by quarterly instalments in two years. The Share- holders will perceive on referring to the aunexed State- ment of Accounts, that the first of these instalments has become due and been paid. By giving their own Bond, and thus rendeting them. selves personally liable for the zC500 so borrowed, the Di- rectors conceive they have given the best possible evidence of their own confidence in the stability of the Society. Wrexham, April 9th, 1859. BALANCE SHEET OF THE WELSH FREEHOLD LAND SOCIETY, For the year ended 31st January, 1859. RECEIPTS. 1859, Jan. 31, £ s. d. £ s. d. To Balance from last year. 69 18 6 Amount received from investing Subscribers. 147 1 2 Repayments by Borrowers on ac- count of principal sums advanced 323 5 2 Received for entrance Fees, Rules and Cards. 5 7 Ditto interest on Subscriptions in Arrear. 3 7 8 -473 19 7 Interest on Banking account. 2 7 2 Insurances received from Bor- rowers 5 14 10 Repayments by Borrowers— Redemption account lo6 6 8 Interest and Fines on Ditto 61 1 0 -220 7 8 Loan from Provincial Insurance Company 500 0 0 Less their Commission 4 8 0 495 12 0 Commission on Advances 0 12 0 X1268 11 9 PAYMENTS. 1859, Jan. 31. £ s. d, £ s. d. By Withdrawal Account 1064 9 0 Insurance paid (charged Borrow- ers) 6 19 9 First Instalment of Loan paid Provincial Insurance Company 62 10 0 Amount advanced Borrowers 20 0 0 CURRENT EXPENSES. Allowance to Directors. 7 12 0 Secretary's salary (Ii year) 19 10 3 Office rent, warming & lighting 4 4 0 Gas Company for fittings. 1 5 4 Postage and petty cash 2 7 1 Ditto o Agents 0 8 0 Printing and Advertising 4 8 6 Paid Auditor 3 3 0 Ditto Fees on Redemption 100 Banker's Commission 3 1 3 ————— 46 19 5 Balance in Treasurer's hands., 67 13 7 X1268 11 9 T. H, ROBERTS, AUDITOR. STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES. ASSETS. 1859, Jan. 31. X 8. d. £ s. d. Amount due from Borrowers calculated to this day 2122 0 3 Insurance due from Borrowers 9 12 3 Fines on Arrears. 16 4 6 Preliminary expenses account 46 0 0 2193 17 0 Balance in Treasurer's hand 67 13 7 JE2261 10 7 LIABILITIES. • ft T 1\. 3 11 1 itiou, jan. 61. X s. a. z S. u. Amount due to Investing Sub- scribers, calculated to this day 1267 0 0 Directors' attendances last year G 14 0 Sundry Bills unpaid 8 13 0 Provincial Insurance Co. (and interest) 443 15 0 -1726 2 0 Balance in favour of the Society 535 8 7 zC2261 10 7 WREXHAM, RUABON, LLANGOLLEN", AND BANGOR BRANCH ROADS. "VTOTICE is hereby given, that the Trustees of the _LM above District of Roads intend to let tbe repairs, team carriage, labour, &c., necessary for maintaining the same in proper order, by t'rivate Contract, in portions or otherwise, as may be convenient and any person or persons desirous of contracting with them for the same, are requested to send in Tenders therefor to me on their behalf between this date and the 28th day of April instant. Security will be required to be given for the due per- formance of such contracts. EDWIN WYATT, April 7th, 1859. Clerk to the Trustees. PUBLIC NOTICE. Markets aizd Fai)-s.-Local Government Act, 1858. DISTRICT OF LLANGOLLEN. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the Fair JAI usually held on the 22nd day of April, will be held at Llangollen, on Saturday, the 23rd day of April, 1859, in consequence of the 22nd day of April, 1859, being Good Friday. By order of the Local Board, CHARLES RICHARDS, Llangollen, April 7th, 1859. Clerk. v. R. RUABON COAL COMPANY. (LIMITED.) THE PUBLIC are respectfully informed that the JL above Company are now supplying at their pits, the undermentioned Coals for country sales, by teams. Prices at the Pit- S. D.. Bet Yard Coal. 9 2 per ton Wall and Bench Coal 7 6 „ Main and Brassey Coals. 6 8 „ Screened Nuts and other Slack 3 4 „ Coke for Foundry and Malting purposes 12 0 „ Orders addressed to the colliery by letter will be punctually attended to. l es that N.B. This is the only colliery in North Wales that supplies coals for the use of her Majesty. WHEN YOU ASK FOR GLENFIELD PATENT STARCH BEE THAT Voir GST XT, [ #A inktim "ds uo offt subsk" COAL, SLACK, AND LIME. LUAUS prompnv delivered in the Town and neighbourhood. Orders received by the Agent, E. Meredith J ONES, Timber Merchant, Charles-street HENRY A. JONES, WHOLESALE WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANT WATERGATE-STREET, CLIESTEK, (NEAR THE CROSS.) I Whittle Springs, Burton and other Mild and Bitter Ales. I 4w London and Dublin Stout in Casks and Bottles. I COMMERCIAL INN, WREXHAM. JOSEPH DAVIES bez; respectfully to inform his friends and the public generally, that he has taken the above Inn, and hopes that by prompt attention to those who will favour hiíU with their company, to secure patronage and support, and to merit a coutinuance of their favour. J. D. also begs leave to inform his friends, that he still carries to Brymbo, and elsewhere. SALT FOR FARMERS. EDWARD HENOHALL, Railway Salt Works, WiDs- -Ej ford, Cheshire, begs leave to inform the public that he has appointed Mr. ARTHUR CLARKE, Bryn-y- ffynnon Terrace, Wrexham, sole agent for Wrexham and all neighbouring towns on the line of Ruilway. The Salt will be found clean and to answer all Dairy and agricultural purposes. E. fl. employing his own Wag- gons, and having made arrangements with the Railway company, is offering Salt at Reduced Prices. CHURCH ORGANS FORf40. MR. JOHN BUTTERWORTH, ORGAN BUILDEE» l.Ti. Watergate Row, Chester, has resolved by way f experiment, and to endeavour to bring within the range 0 all parties, (with a view to supersede those Instruments mis-called Harmoniums, so much complained of, as being offensive to congregational Harmony), to BUILD CHURCH ORGANS OF GREAT POWER, containing six exquisite Stops, and of the most approved Mechanical Movements, combined with the very best workmanship, and of very handsome designs, for the very low sum of £40-TWO OF WHICH ARE NOW COMPLETED, and an early inspection of the same is earnestly solicited. N.B.—Organs tuned and repaired by contract. Chester, Jan. 17th, 1859. STEAM TO AUSTRALIA UNDER SIXTY DAYS. Passage Money L- 15 and Upwards. "BLACK BALL" LINE OF BRITISH & AUSTRALIAN EX-ROYAL MAIL PACKETS AND EAGLE LINE OF PACKETS Sailing from Liverpool on the 5th and 15th of every month. PACKET OF THE 15th MAY. _1 T THE Liverpool and Australian Navi- CilPption Company's Magnificent Steam ROYAL CHARTER, 2,719 Tons Register, 200 Horse-power. This Celebrated Clipper has made five passages to Melbourne— 1st Voyage in 59 Days, 2nd Voyage in 64 Days, 3rd Voyage in 02 Days, 4th Voyage in 63 Days, 5th Voyage in 64 Days. <• ana earned a reputation ior speed unequalled by any other Steam Clipper in the world. Under canvas alone she has frequently maintained, for several successive days. a speed of upwards of 400 miles in 24 hours. Her Saloon arrangements are perfect, and combine every possible convenicnec-Lalies' Boudoir, Baths, &e and her noble passenger decks, lighted at intervals of six feet by sideports, afford unrivalled accommodation for all classes. Apply to GIBBS, BRIGHT & Co., Merchants, 1, North John-street, and JAMES BAINES & Co., Tower Buildings, Liverpool, or to their Agents. JUST PUBLISHED, Price Is. Gd.. F'cap 8vo., with Illustrations, AHISTORY OF WREXHAM and its Neighbourhood BY JOllY JONES, ESQ., SOLICLTOLL, Containing also a Directory of the town and surround- ing Works and Companies. "The year is approaching that swet spring time which begins to set Tourists afoot amour placos noted for natural beauty, for great men, or for rare dee Js. All sucli who are inclined to pass into the vicinity of Wrexham will ft nd a, use- Wri,xla:tl-a will fiidt use- ful guide in Mr Jones* little volume."—Athenajuni March 19th, 1859. Published by R. POTTE [I. IIiuh-street. London WKITTAKEB & Co. WREXHAM CRICKET CLUB. PATRO-N-Siit W. W. WYXN, BART., M.P. PRESIDENT—TOWNSHEND MAINWARING, ESQ., M.P. TKEASUHER—R. W. JOIIXSOX, ESQ. Those gentlemen who wish to join the above Club are requested to forward their names and address to Mr G. Warburton, Honorary Secretary, Bank-street. Wrexham, April 7tb, 1S59. FINE FLUKE POTATOES, AND FLUKE POTATOE SETS, FOR SALE, In large and small quantities, Apply to Mr. MEREDITH JONES, Charles-street, Wrexham. | ESTATE OF THE LATE MR. JOlIN DAYIES, OF SUTfON GREEN, DECEASED, ALL Persons who stood indebted to the late Mr John Davies at the time of his death are re- quested to send in the amount of their respective accounts to me on behalf of the Executors, and all persons to whom any accounts or sums of 'money were due from the siid John Davies when he died are requested to send in their claims to me for examination' and to be submitted to the Executors for settlement. EDWIN WYATT, Solicitor to the Executors of the late Mr J. Davies. WHEREAS a Petition of JOHX BOSTOCK, residing VV for fifty years and upwards near the Furnace Inn. Brymbo, in the Parish of Wrexham, in the County of Denbigh, and from the twelfth day of July, One thousand eight hundred and iffty-seven, up to the present time of subscribing this my Petition and Schedule at the Furnace Inn, in the aforesaid Parish and County, Miner and Publican, an Insolvent Debtor, having been filed in the County Court of Denbighshire, holden at Wrexham in the said County, and an Interim Order for Protection from Proces-i having been given to the said John Bostock under the provisions o of the Statutes in that case made and provided, the said John Uostoelt is hereby required to appear in the said Court to be holden at Wrexham aforesaid, before the Judge of the said Court, on the Eleventh day of May next, at twelve o'clock at noon precisely, for his First Examination touching his debts, estate, and effects, and to be further dealt with according to the provisions of the said Statutes And Notice is hereby given that the choice of Assignees is to take place at the time so appointed. All persons intcbted to the said John Bostock, or who have any of his effects, are not to pay or deliver the same but to Thomas Edgworth, the Registrar of the said Court, who is the Official Assignee of the Estate and Effects of the said Insolvent, at his Office, at Wrexham, in the said County. JAMES BUCKTON, Wrexham, Attorney for the said Insolvent. LEY FOR CATTLE AT Erddig, from the 12th of May to the 12th of jOL. October, 1859, at the following rates- £ s. d. A One year ol,d Heifer 1 10 0 Two ditto ditto .? 2 2 n Three ditto ditto 3 3 Jj Apply to Air. John nughc, Fennant, Wrexham. CLOVER SEEDS, & c. EDWARD FRANCIS |_| AVIN^ G had long expeticnce in the Seed Trade with a large firm in Chester, has on hand an Excellent Stock of Vale ot Ulwyd. &(.. CLOVER SEEDS, purchas- ed low, which he offers at the lowest remunerative profit, and can guarantee to be of the best quality. Fetches, Hyegrass, Trefoil, and white Dutch, &c. Entrance, Market Hall, Wrexham. MONEY. 1 LOANS granted from X25 to zC2000,, ooaa personal cr JLj collateral security, to be repaid by monthly or quarterly instalments. Apply to John Williams, C TOW Castle Yaulte, lilangollen. I ESTABLISHED 1762. [ CARRIAGES ON SALE. JACKSONS AND JONES, COACHMAKERS. Wrexham, (Successors to Joseph Cooper), in ex- pressing their most grateful acknowledgments for the distinguished patronage and support they have received from the nobility, clergy, and gentry, since taking to th* above old establishment, beg respectfully to intimate that they have on sale a lprze assortment of NEW and SECOND-HAND CARRIAGES. The new Carriages consist of exceedingly light double Broughams, with circular plate glass fronts, for one or two horses; double and single seated Cabriolette Phaeton", with and without heads; very light fashionable Pony Phaetons; handsome four wheeled Waggonettes with gig fronts and all recent improvements; fourand two-wheeled Dog Carts; WhitechllDelg and Snrincr 0 -r-o of various forms Sociable Cars, adapted for Innkeepers. The above Carriages are all built of the best seasoned materials, and finished in first-rate style of workmanship, and are all constructed in the most fashionable forms, combining elegance, durability and lightness, the whole of which will be warranted. Second-hand Fly Chariot very light running mail Coach, to carry fonr inside and twelve out; light two- horse Break; Mail Phwtoa, handsome light Chariot, Phcet 3ns,.Gigs, Bath Chair, exceedingly light Brougham. &c., &c. Basket Carriages male to order on the shortest notion. Wrexham, March 17th, 1859. q fa art# wrinTx liTMr MOST DESIRABLE RESIDENCE. TO BE LET, with immediate possession, a genteel JL and very desirable residence, called BODHYFRYD, situated on the confines of the town, on the Chester-road, recently occupied by the late Mrs COOPBR, and attached to which is a well stocked garden, together with about 5acresof superior Pasture Land. The house is thoroughly dry, and contains every so. commodation for a small family, having a good Entrance Hall, Dining, Drawing, and Breakfast Rooms, four best bed raams, dressing room and water closet, besides ser- vant's apartments. There are excellent stables, saddle room, coach house, and cow house attached, with a commodious yard, and a good supply of water. Application to be made to Mr OWBN O. WILLIAMS, Holt-street, Wrexham. rI^O LET, three convenient and newly-erected COT- X TAGES situate in the outskirts of Wrejdunn? Apply to Mr. Bayley, Printer. TO BE LET, aud iray be entered upon immediately t. a DWELLING-HOUSE, aituata in Wrexhaa- Fechan, in the town of Wrexham, within 15 minutes walk of a iirat-class Station on the Shrewsbury and Cheater Railway, and lately occupied by Robert Humphrey. Jones. Esq., deceased. It contains two Parlours, Drawing Room, five Bedrooms, Kitchen, Scullery, Cellars, with Stable, Coach-house, Yard, Garden and Pump. For further particulars apply at the office of Mr. Hashes. Solicitor, Wrexham. TO BE LET for the Summer Months, a Genteel TCOTTAGE (Furnished) situate near the beautiful village of Bangor, close to the River Dee. The Cottsge contains two front parlours facing the Dee, small par. lour, and kitchen, with four good bod-rooms. There is a beautiful lawn before the cottage, and excellent fishing class to the village. K Apply to Mr. Bayley, Bookseller, Wrexham. TO BE LET aud entered upon on the First day Gf -L May Dext, 1859, a BLACKSMITH'S SHOP, with Btllows, Anvil, Vice, Screw Plates, Water Trough, to- gether with a House with 2 Bed-rooms, Bake-house and liailt-r, and Garden attached, at PLASDEAIN CoTTAGB near I Rhosllanerchrugog, parish of Ruabon. It ia an excellent opening for a steady man, situate on two or three Cross Roads, twenty farmers used to get their work done there, now they have tn go a distance of 3 miles to get their work executed. Best Coals about a mile off, others It a mile. Good f,esli r.ir. Apply to Mr Robert Davies, Plas Drain. BREWERY TO BE LET. AVERY compact BREWERY to be Let in the month .j L A of September next, built on the most approved principle, and capable of a large business, situate in Wrexham Abbot, and now in the occupation of Mr. Evans. Apply to Mr. Charles Bate, Maltster, &c.# Wrexham. March 17 th, 1859. A NEAT VILLA RESIDENCE, NEAR WREXHAM. To BE LET. with immediate possession, a neat VILLA. RESIDENCE, pleasantly situated within one mile of Wrexham Siation. The House consists of Two Par- lours, Two Kitchens, Larder, Pantry, Four Bedrooms, small Cioset, &c., Flower, and Kitchen Garden, well stocked with choice fruit trees, and about Two Acres of LaAwitli suitable Out Buildings and every necessary convenience. Apply to Mr N. S. Scotcher, Jeweller, Wrexham, or Mr W. Bayley, Bookseller. TO BE LET, with immediate possession OFFA. TCOTTAGE a very desirable residence with eTery convenience, inrluding a good Garden, Stable and Coach house, situate within three miles of Wrexham, on the Ruthin and Minora Road. Apply to Mr. Lester, Peny- gelli, near Wrexham. -0" 0' ..0'" 1T ht jnIlr, TO BE SOLD a small Horse PONY, 3 years old, JL quite sound and free from vice. Application to be made to John Blackwell, Gatewen. Also a small useful DONKEY. TO BE SOLD by Private Treaty, a Chest of J. JOINER'S TOOLS, nearly new. For price and particulars, apply to Mr. Bayley, Bookseller, Wrexham. TOWN OF RHYL, TO BE SOLD by Private Treaty, by order of the JL Mortgagee, an eligible site of UUILDING LAND situate in Elwy street, Rhyl, containing 308 Square yards or thereabouts, (late the property of Mr. John Jonc3, deceased.) A portion of the purchase money may remain upo ■ mortgage if desired. For further particulars and to treat for the same, applyto Mr. Charles Glascodine, Wrexham. TO BE SOLD a SHOP FRONT, with Two Winder  Size of each, 8 feet by 6 feet, with shutters com- pIetc.-Apply to Mr Allmaud, grocer, Hope-street, Wrex- ham. March 19th, 1859. TO BE SOLD immediately, by Private Contract, a .L house and shop recently erected, aituate near the Bank, Well-street, Cefn-Mawr, Ruabon, and 5 minutes* walk from Cetn Station, on the Great Western Railway.. The premises are occupied as a butcher's shop, but is suitable for any business, as it is situated in one of the best thoroughfares in the neighbourhood. The house contains three bedrooms, parlour, kitchen, brewhouse, and other conveniences. Apply by letter, stating the price to be given, to T. Thomas, 38, Pilgrim-street, Birkenhead. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY all that re- cently Erected and convenient VILLA. RESI- DENCE, situate at Rhosddu, uear the town of Wrexham, with two large plots of Garden ground attached, containing in the whole one t uùusandantl fifteen square yards of Lalldor thereabouts, be the same more or less, and now in the occu- patiou of Mr J. u., Gummow, architect The above Property is Freehold of inheritannp. and al- II though situate close to the Town of Wrexham, is in the Township of Stansty, consequently free from Borough and other Town Rates. Further information may be obtained by applying to Messrs. EDGWORTH and DTVEREUX PUGH, Solicitors, Wrexham. March 18th, 9. itltathmzt &c„ cStankfr. WANTED at an Inn in Liverpool, a reapeottMt V FEMALE of good address, about 35 y6Mt M age, to tike a responsible part in the management. Yust class references required. Application to Mr. a.,¡. Bookseller, Wrexham. WANTED a MAN capable of managing a kitchen r" garden, cove, fields, &c. He must speak Eng- lish. Apply to Mr. Farbridgo, Pont y mwynwr, near Mold. WANTED a Strong Active BOY, from 16 to It W years of age. Application to Mr. Bwkyo Bookseller, Wrexham. WANTED by a respectable young Female a situa- tion, as WAITRESS in a Gentleman's family, —Apply 22, Rodney-street, Liverpool. WANTED in a Tradesman's Family a SERVANT who has been accustomed to cook, and a NURSE not under 20 years of age. Apply to Messrs. R. Hughes and Son, Wrexham. THREE or Four respectable YOUNG FEMALES Mw  wanted immediately as Apprenticea to the Dr.. Iaud Mantle Iklaking busiueo& ?t.Mi.J?, iYork-itreet, WroxhAm,