M RS WALKER'S (LATE MRS BEVAN'S) REGISTER OFFICE FOR SERVANTS 55, CHESTER-STREET, WREXHAllf. Experienced Cooks, Laundry-maids, and General Servants wanted immediately. 2425b Wantea. rpO MILLERS.—Wanted, a SITUATION as Foreman JL or Stoneman bv a practical man.—Address, Y. Z., l*ost Office, Pant, Rual>ou. SSc J)ost Office, Pant, It"llaho!l. !:i WANTED, a respectable YOUTH as an Apprentice W to the General Drapery Tradie.-AppIN- to E. RICHARDS, Church-street, Wrexham. 143r w ANTED, a number of good SERVANTS for Situations.—Apply to Mrs J ONF,S Registry Office, 24, Henblas.street, Wrexham. 168g WANTED, bv a young man, a SITUATION as Stoneman or General Nl iller. -Address, X, care of Mr ROBERTS, printer, Ellesmere. 14ie WANTED, in a small family, a clean General SERVANT, about 24 years of age.—Apply, stat- ing wages and references, to Airs H., 454, Stockport Road, Manchester. 141g WANTED a first class COOK, HOUSEKEEPER, and upper HOUSEMAID, plain COOKS, general SERVANTS.-Apply to Mrs CHAULES OWEN JOES, The Registry, Oswestry. 167r WANTED, a competent young LADY as Milliner W (able to speak Welsh), one used to serving at the counter preferred.—Apply personally to BOWES A JONES, Drapers, Cefn, Ruabon. 151r STRA W (either Whent or Oat) WANTED. Cash paid the Saturday after delivery. For price Ac., apply at the Paper Mill, Oakenholt, near Flint, or to Mr THOMAS ASTBURY & SON, Galchog, Northop. 145r WANTED an active young MAN as Cellarman. None need apply unless he thoroughly under- stinds the packing and binning of wine.—Apply, Messrs OVERTON WILLIAMS, Town Hall, Wrexham. 169r WANTED, a YOUNG MAN, as MILLER. Must W thoroughly understand his business, and be able to write. References required.—Apply to GEO. KEMPSTER, Llansaintffraid Mills, Oswestry. 97a WANTED, a Married MAN to look af:er a garden, T* and take charge of horse and carriage wife to attend to poultry and small dairy; cottage found. Also wanted a good Plain COOK.—Apply to Captain ADAMS, fiossett. 137g AGENCY.—To place CASSELL'S well-known TEAS AAND COFFEES within the reach of every fai ?v in the kingdom, Agents are required in every neigh- bourhood not yet fully supplied. For terms, apply ta CASSELL, SMITH & Ce, 80, Fenchurch Street, London. WANTED, a Young MAN who has a knowledge of W the wholesale Tea and Grocery Trade, to assist in keeping books, and to go out three or four days a week soliciting orders. One with a connection pre- ferred. A liberal salary given to a suitable person.— Apply, X.Y.Z., Advertiser Office. 130e w A-NTED, for the 25th of March next, for a small W family, a HOUSE, containing good dining and drawing rooms, kitchens, china closets, four or five good bedrooms, with W.C., back and front stairs, good garden, with croquet ground. Situate either between Overton and Shrewsbury, or Overton and th-tev.- t", H.T TV, P l ''ff.cc- Overton. v i: i) =!r??'\ to. i_? Itro ,'tt. If ,.tJ!! Xl ;v I'; t>le 4uf workll:^ ■ .Jso nd j,ea< ( t rciii; i-ng.tgciiseiir. Annual itic»•?.*•»«. • ■ i'i-y. Kwa-} thin* found him. an 1 -ji&ss&w f= 'v .1 v.. *•'>. «,eiv!:ai>io id tin1 ,6\1, :• '(Jo.- To be Let. flio be LET, HOPE VILLA, Hightown.-Applv on JL the premises. 2445a A Convenient Villa RESIDENCE to LET, in Rliosddiu Apply to T. E. MINSHALL, Abbotsffld. 1210e TO be LET, a HOUSE?and BAKEHOuSE?n Wil- low RoacL-Apply to Mr EYTO, brewer. 5?c A PARLOUR & BEDROOM to LET ready fur- Anislied.-Apply ? dMrtt?r Office, Wrexham. 120r TO BE LET, the SHOP and CELLAR, No. 2, Charles- Tstreet, Wrexham'-Apply to W. BEIRNE, next ùoor. 164e TO be LET, a good BEERHOUSE, near Wrexham — Apply to H. K. ASPIXALL, The Brewerv, Wrex- ham. 140g TO LET, a HOUSE and GARDEN, No. 9, Holt-street A Terrace.-Apply to J. MASON, 4, Park View, Bolt-road, 153c TO LET a capital SHOP, at Bucklev, suitable for any b and having a capital stand.—Apply to Mr JOHN WILLIAMS, Builder, Buckley. 133g TO BE LET with immediate possession in Wrexham, a good HOUSE, SHOP and Premises, well Alapted to a pawnbroking business.—Apply at the Ad- vertixei- Office. lllr ￼ BE LET and entered upon on the 2nd day of J. February next, PENYBRYN FARM, three miles from Wiexham — Per ons desirous of offering for this Farm can communicate with Messrs Powell and Swet- tenhain, N< wtown, Montgomeryshire. 14M GOOD PUBLIC HOUSE TO I,ET l at Sandvcroft Awitli good stabling attached, also six acres of Pasture Land, and a large kitchen and fruit garden Rent, £ .11 per annum. It is a free house and can be entered upon immediately. Fixtures to be taken at a valuation.-For further particulars applv to Mr Ses?'' ??"? Hotel, Sandycroft, Hawarden, Chester. 71r Sales by Private Contract. TO be SOLD, a bargain, a MUSICAL BOX; plays m. six Welsh airs.-Apply at the Post-office, Rhosy- aedre. 134g OX SALE, SHANBRY and HARNESS, in good order suitable for a pony 12 or 13 hands.-Apply J. ROWLAND, Khosdriu. 142r ONSALE, at Reduced Prices, handsome COTTAGE ?- PIAUS, in walnut and rosewood.- Apply to J. ?LOYD, Upholsterer, Wrexham. 2469a FOR SALE, THE IYVYUL\.N ARCHÆOLOGV OF WALES. Original edition in 3 large VOIR., tivo. Beautifully bound in calf gilt, gilt back and edges. A splendid copy. Exceedingly scarce, 1801. Price, zLg JLW.-N. PosCOffice, Mold. 102a TO BE SOLD, a large quantity of second-hand SASHES, OVENS, GRATES, &c. Also panel and cross bar DOORS, split and sawn LATHS, JOISTS, SPARS, FLOOR BOARDS, &c., cheap, also an Office TABLE.—Apply to B. OWEN, Builder, Penybryn. 209e TO BE SÓiDfirst Class CI?Y MILL, 10 foot Tpan, with six foot hedge rollers, with a six foot bevel wheel, and two foot pinion, with all other things to complete the same. All being in first class order — Apply to J. DAVIES, Flint Brick and Tile Yard, Flint 74r ON SALE, by Private Treaty, 4 new substantiallv- built COTTAGES at Cefn, near Broughton Works, with walled Gardens and Piece of Land adjoin- ing, room to build 4 or 5 houses, well tenanted, situate in a pleasant place.—Apply to Mr WILLIAM GRIFFITHS, Manager of Broughton Works or to Mr JOHN DWIES 8, Erddig-road, Wrexham. Part of the money can be -left on mortgage. 1500 Lost and Found. STRAYED, to Plas-yn-y-Pentre, Llangollen, one Welsh RAM and EWE. If not claimed before the 31st of January, they will be sold to defray ex- Peases. 152e- LOST, in December last, a large two-year-old EWE, brown and white face, a snip on edge of one ear; also, Welsh EWE, marked C.B. on side and raddled hack.—Any person giving information to Mr SHAW, Twll, Wrexham, will be rewarded. 157e Money. MUNEY to Lend on personal or other security from zC20 to £400, to be repaid by easy monthly quar- or other instalments, extending over a period of from one month to two and a half years. Confidence and ponctuality strictly observed.—Apply personally or by letter to Mr THOMAS HOWARTH, No. 29, Booth-Street Eaøt, Oxford-road, Manchester. Attendance given at ♦be Star Hotel, Mold, on every Mold fair day. The has been estaolished many years. 44j THE PAID-UP CAPITAL EXCEEDS £ 180,000. TO INVESTORS, INSURERS AND BORROWERS. rrHF, POSITIVE GOVERNMENT SECURITY LIFE JL ASSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED, 53, Bedford "(itiar( London, presents distinctive advantages to the above. Full particulars, post free, on application to T. H. BAYLIS, Founder and General. Superintendent. 2411a MONEV. A PRIVATE GEXTLEMAN, with surplus capital f is desirous of making immediate advances to persons reqmnug the same, iu Town or Country, in sums from m0 to £fJØU, on note of hand. No law costs Terms from 5 per cent., extending from three months to five years. Mortgages negociated at less inteœst. Distance no object, as persons can repay by r-U.O. or cheque. By applying personally from 10 till ? or if by letter, enclosing a stamped directed en- lf steb>t;i. ng ammmt required, to Mr A- Bmdbur;' ?M ?'?,?°? Ko?, London, particulars will be sent h?.'<?-etuM £ post. N.B.-No connection with L?an Offices. Sccrecv with dispatch. 3:d MONEY LENT ON PERSONAL OR OTHER -?-L SECURITY. THE WREXHAM LOAN AND INVESTMENT COlllP A..1\;y, Limite<l, is P?P?<? to a?auce any 8um COTMHPF? ANY, XZW ui?;11 Personal or 4otlier Securi?v, for weeklv from tllr(; months to two years; repaya hIe Crood Bills' rmH^ Tn 5 S t0 two >'ears- repayable by :Ieekly, Monthly, Q..uarterly. or other Instalments. Discwinitf terms. TW- gbrictest oonfilknce oùserved Application to be made to the Secretary, MR Gusenmw ^IR1 ma<Ie place (over tlie Countv Court ￼ of applications f'tm?h.tfree?.?'i ?" post, will be forwar?d ? ??,? ?PPl'?/M by directed ea?e!ope.-t)a?e hours ?tt ? stamped .?i? adv?<L a.ul rLS g rr~ePa>mUenfs, from 1?0! *.m.to4p.m. ""sMpa?tnenf9,froml(< a.1IL to 4 p.lD.. J 72y Business Announcements. WHEAT^S OWING. IMPORTANT TO MM AGRICULTURISTS. EDISBURVS WHEAT DRESSING, for Preventing the Smut in Wheat, and the Ravages ef the Slug, Grub, JDj and Wireworm. It will also promote the Germination and Growth of the Seed Wheat, and increase the Produce of the Crop equal to a change of seed. An Eightpenny Packet is sufficient for Six Bushels of Seed Wheat, which can be Dressed and fit to Sow in a Quarter of an Hour. In using it no Lime or Brine is required the preparation of the Seed is attended with little trouble, and it is easier and drier for the Drill at the time of So wing than by any other plan. tSS" FULL DIRECTIONS FOR USE ARE GIVEN WITH EACH PACKET. Wholesale Agents—SUMNER AND CO., AND CLAY, DODD, ANB CASE, Liverpool. The large and increasing sale of the above Composition, and the fact of its being used by all the leading Agri- culturists in this neighbourhood, is a sufficient guarantee of its efficacy. The Proprietor has the greatest confidence in recommending it to Agriculturists generally, and he feels confident that a single trial wiU ensure its future continued sale. PREPARED ONLY BY JAMES™FISHER, EDISBURY, M.P.S., DISPENSING J AND FAMILY CHEMIST. (ESTABLISHED 1819.) 3, HIGH-STREET, WREXHAM. 2090a GENERALI:DRAPERY, TAILORING, & OUTFITTING ESTABLISHMENT, CO\MPTON HOUSE, WREXHAM. R. LLOYD, BEGS to inform the NOBILITY, GENTRY, and PUBLIC generally, that he has succeeded in engaging Mr J. WALTERS (late Cutter for Mr J. CLARK, Tailor and Draper, Hope-street, who is RETIRING FROM BUSINESS), and is now enabled to execute with dispatch all orders entrusted to him, in STYLE, FIT, and QUALITY, that CANNOT BE SURPASSED, at the LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. » CLERICAL ROBES, ~2UNIFORMS, LADIES' HABITS, LIVERIES, &-c. A LARGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OF WEST OF ENGLAND AND OTHER FANCY CLOTHS ALWAYS ON HAND. FUNERALS COMPLETELY FURNISHED. September, 1872. 17871 Thomas ROBERTS, No. 14, HIGH-STREET, WREXHAM, BEGS to return his best thanks to the Nobility, Gentry, and Inhabitants generally of the town and neighbourhood for their support accorded to him in the GROCERY TRADE during the last seventeen years, and to announce his retirement from that trade, he having taken to the busi- ness of the late Mr E. KNIBBS, at 12, HIGH-STREET, as GENERAL DEALER, &c. Also, that he has succeeded to the WINE and SPIRIT TRADE of the late Mr W. ANKERS, GOLDlEiV LION VAULTS. T. R. trusts that the same liberal support with which he was favoured in his former business will be continued, and promises to give all orders entrusted to him his most careful attention. T. R. also begs to introduce his successors in the Grocery Business, Messrs. BENSON and Cc., and can confidently recommend them to the Patfonage and Support of the Public. MESSRS. BENSON & CO., In taking to the Business of Mr T. ROBERTS trust that the support given to their predecessor will be continued to them, and they hope to merit the same by keeping in Stock none but the best Articles, which, combined with prices and quality, cannot be surpassed in the Kingdom, and paying the most careful attention to all orders they may be favoured with. I BENSON and Co., invite inspection of their Stock of CHRISTMAS FRUITS and other Goeds. 14, High-street, Wrexham. 2462c HUGH DAVIES, IN thanking his Friends and the Public generally for the kind support accorded to him, JL extending over a period of Forty Years, begs most respectfully to announce that he has determined to give up the whole of his business as a Builder and Contractor, also as Architect and Surveyor, to his Sons, who will carry on the Business as heretofore. LLEWELYN & HOWEL DAVIES, IN succeeding their Father in the above Business, beg most respectfully to announce that JL they have made arrangements that will enable them to execute all Orders that they may be entrusted with under their tlirt-i-f Capavvieinn, fha K«of tnftfcrinlo auiI «un>.uutusuip, consistent with economy, with promptitude and despatch. The business will be carried on under the name of DAVIES BROTHERS," Builders and Contractors. HILL- STREET and HOPE STREET, Wrexham. HOWEL DAVIES will continue to conduct the branch of ARCHITECT and SURVEYOR, at 39, Hope-street, Wrexham, and he hopes, by strict attention and dilligence, combined with moderate charges, to merit a continuance of the patronage and support hitherto accorded to his Father and himself. Offices 39, Hope-street, Wrexham, Nov. 1st, 1872. 2091c Prize Medals were gained hy him at Chester in 1866, and at AlHrrystUTith in 1865, FOR THE BEST WELSH TWEEDS AND HNSEYS. JOHN MEYRICK JONES, MEYRICK HOUSE, DOLGELLEY, HAVING gained celebrity for his genuine HAND-LOOM WELSH WEBS, and WELSH TWEED CLOTIi has lately greatly extended his business, and is now prepared to supply HAND-LOOM WELSH FABRICS consisting of TWEED CLOTH, FISHING CLOTH, FLANNELS, WEBS, and LINSEYS. Mr. Jones personally superintends the Manufacture at his own Mills from pure Mountain Wool, at Manufa urer's Prices, far below those charged for inferior articles usually seld as Welsh by English manufacturers. Clothing made from these materials are worn by the Nobility and Gentry for Shooting, Fishing, Cricketing and Travelling, &c., and being entirely MANUFACTURED of PURE MOUNTAIN WOOLS, without inter- mixture, will be found very durable. tar Wholesale and Retail Orders executed at the shortest notice. Cash or Reference expected with all new Orders. WELSH WYNNSTAY SHOOTING CLOTH, 2s. per yard. CLOTH FOR FISHING SUITS, 2s. 6d. per yard, very superior. TWEED CLOTH, at 4s. 3d. per yard. Five per cent. discount for cash. PATTERNS sent free per post on application to Mr JOHN MEYRICK JONES, Meyrick House, Dolgelley. J. M. Jones respectfully cautions his Customers against unprincipled persons who are in the habit of taking the first opportunity of sending spurious patterns of Flannels and Tweeds, which are not "Welsh." and thus causing disappointment. PATRONISED BY HER ROYAL HIGHNESS THE PRINCESS OF WALES, GENTRY, CLERGY, AND NOBLEMEN. 183a. ESTABLISHED 1812. PEOCTOE AND RYLAND'S BONE MANURES, 1 PREPARFD FOR TURNIPS GRASS WHEAT I I BARLEY ) OATS POTATOES,I &C. I ALSO SUPERPHOSPHATE OF L I M E. CHESTER AND BIRMI.ARGHAM. A G E'(N T S MESSRS. DAVENPORT AND SON, YORKE-STEET, WREXHAM. Mr GODFREY PARRY, Llansaintffraid, Coiwen Mr J. J. BANCROFT, Chemist, Ruthin Mr W. ASTERLEY, Pentref, Llanymynech, Oswestry j Mr P. JONES, Corn Merchant, Halkyn, Holywell Mr W. HASSALL, Bubney,.Whitchurch, Salop I Mr J. R. SHERATON, Ellesmere, Salop Mr W. BICKERTON, Newton-on-the-BUI, Salop Mr EDWARD JONES, Brynsion, Caerwys, Holywell Mr WILLIAM JONES, Ironmonger, Mold Mr R. THOMAS, Ironmonger, Llanderfel, Corwen A Price List, with particulars oj Premiums offered for 1873, Post Free on Application. 24700 I 2475e lNR H-^ELL'S ROYAL EXETER HOTEL, WEST STRAND, LONDON. SUITES OF ROOMS. s. d. s. d. Drawing Room with Bedroom en suite. 8 0 10 6 SERVICE. Each person, for the first day 1 6 Afterwards. 1 0 s. d. s. d. Breakfasts 1 6 2 6 Dinners from 2 0 BED ROOMS. Bedrooms for one person 2 6 Ditto for two persons 4 0 This Hotel, situate in the most open part of the West Strand, close to the Theatres, Operas, Places of Amuse- ment and objects of interest, is in style and comfort equal to any in London, while the charges are moderate in the extreme, and are never varied. The Hotel contains upwards of One Hundred Rooms, and an elegant and well-appointed LADIES' COFFEE ROOM, with Reading Room. BOARDING TARIFF.—Very many Visitors having expressed a desire to live in the Hotel at a fixed charge, to delude all and every expense (Wine, etc., a'one excepted), arrangements have been made by which Familes can live in the Hotel, with use of Coffee Rooms, Ladies' Saloon, Bedroom, etc., and most liberal Board, including three-course Dinner for the sum of Ten Shillings each person per day. Th Breakfast Table here is superior to any London Chib-hovse. The excellence of the cuisine, the beauty, delicacy, ami cheapness of the Wines, are universally acknowledged, and here, mirabile dictu, they place a capital Claret before you at 2s per Bottle. Vide Public Press. SPECIAL NOTICE.—For the convenience of Visitors, upon the reception of letter or telegram, places secured for them at any of the Theatres, &c. i c 2451r Business Announcements. DONALD NICOLL & Co., ST. PAUL'S CHURCHYARD, LONDON, Manfacturers of LADIES', GENTLEMEN'S and BOY'S GARMENTS. Agent for Wrexham and District, E. LEWIS, TOWN HILL, Of whom any of our Specialities can be obtained. A large assortment of Overcoats, UlsterlVraps in Stock Mackintosh Goods, &c. 2230r AUTUMN AND WINTER FASHIONS IN MILLINERY, DRESSM"ING, MANTLES, &c. MRS. SCOTT. Respectfully announces that she is now making her usual display of FASHIONS for the Season in the above departments. 31, High-street, Wrexham. 1973e TEA, Of rare fragrance and strength, 2/. 2/8, 3/ 3/4, 3/6 per lb. COFFEE, Mixed, 1/. 1/4; Berry, 1/4 1/6 1/8. TOBACCO, Real Chester, Bristol Bird's Eye, Cut Cavendish, Mixtures, thick and thin Twist. CIGARS, PIPES, POUCHES, Ac. E. O. JONES, 3, TOWN HILL, 24201 WREXEEAM. pALMER'S FAMILY BOOT & SHOE MANUFAC- TORY. Cheapest House in the Trade. Ladies' and Gentlemen's and Children's Boots ancl-Shoes-in every- variety for all classes and- all Seasons. Every articlewarranted. Ladies' Kid Elastic Side Boots from 3/6, 4/6,10/6 Gentleman's ditto ditto 7/6,8/6,15/6 TOWN-HILL, WREXHAM. 308b pURE AERATED WATERS. ELLIS'S RUTHIN WATERS, SODA, POTASS, SELTZER, LEMONADE, LITHIA, and for GOUT, LITHIA and POTASS. Corks branded R. Ellis -&, Son, Ruthin," and every label bears their trade mark. Sold everywhere, and wholesale of R ELLIS & SON, RUTHIN, 723g NORTH WALES MR. JOHN JONES, AUCTIONEER and APPRAISER, HOUSE, LAND, AND GENERAL AGENT, Offices-WREXHAJI and LLANGOLLEN. 1184c NEW ILLUSTRATED SERIAL. No. 1 now ready, lid.; Part I., Jan. 27, 7d. BRITISH BATTLES ON LAND AND SEA. By t< JAMES GRANT. Prospectuses at aU Booksellers, or Post Free from CASSELL, PETTER, & GALPIN, Ludgate Hill, London. 136g w. SNAPE, AUCTIONEER AND VALUER, ESTATE AND HOUSE AGENT, Offices: LION HOUSE, HIGH-STREET, WREXHAM. 1439. PIANOFORTE TUNING. MR SENIOR, Resident Pianoforte and Harmonium .iri- Tuner and Repairer. Forty years professional practice has enabled him to give the greatest satisfaction to all who have favoured him with their commands. Instruments tuned singly or by the year on the most moderate terms. Old Grand Pianoforte, by Broadwood. on Sale- Bargain: 38, MOUNT-STREET, 2117e WREXHAM. NEW MINES REGULATION ACT. E. pOWELL BEGS to call the attention of the Colliery Band Mine Owners to the COPPER PRICKERS, RAMSULES, PATENT CLARGES, PATENT FUSE, POWDER BOTTLES, as required by the above Act. Also a large Stock of BAR IRON and STEEL, BEST BOILER PLATES, STEEL IRON, RAIL and other Colliery NAILS, SHOVELS, ROOFING, LAMP COTTON, ke., Ac., kept in Stock. EV AN POWELL, GENERAL FURNISHING IRONMONGER, IRON MERCHANT, 6, TOWN-HILL, and 7, ABBOT-STREET, 157c WREXHAM. ESTABLISHED A.D. 1M& » THE WREXHAM ADVERTISER, DENBIGHSHIRE, FLINTSHIRE, MERIONETH- SHIRE, CHESHIRE, SHROPSHIRE, and NORTH WALES REGISTER. Fhe County Paper for all Official Notices in Denbighshire and Flintshire. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY CIRCULATION,' 4,500. T BAYLEY AND BRADLEY, PROPRIETORS. CHIEF OFFICES—LATE MUSIC HALL, WREXHAM Scale of charge8 for Advertisements: Per Line per Insertion. Parliamentary Notices, Election Addresses, Prospectuses of Public Companies, and Government and Chancery Notices. 9d. Legal and Public Notices, Sales of Real Property, and Miscellaneous. 6d. Sales of Farming Stock and Furniture. 4d. Trade Addresses, Books, Charities, and Public Entertainments. 3d. Contracts for Trade Advertisements, if for six insertions. 2d. Three months or upwards Is. per inch single column No Ciedit Advertisement charged less than 2s. (id. PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS OF THE FOLLOWING CLASSES: Houses to be Let, Situations Wanted,. Situations Vacant, Apartments Wanted I Apartments to be Let, Money Wanted, Miscellaneous Wants, Lost or Found, Are inserted at the undermentioned charges:- One Insertion (20 words). Is. Three Insertions „ 2s. 6d. And 3d. for each additional line of nine words. Announcements of Births and Marriages, One Shilling each, and also of Deaths with any remarks other than the simple facts. All Advertisements not ordered for a definite period will be inserted until countermanded. Advertisers are particularly requested to name the number of insertions when ordering Advertisements. Advertisers are requested to forward Advertisements as early as possible in the week to insure insertion and correctness, as it is only possible to insert a limited number received so late as Friday; the publishers, though anxious to accommodate the public to the latest moment cannot guarantee insetrion when received after TWELVE o'clock on that morning. All orders for the alteration or withdrawal of Adver- tisements must be received by mid-d/iy on Thursday, Business Announcements. SUCCESS the INDEX of MERIT. ALLCOCK'S POROUS PLASTERS.—The Public are informed these celebrated plasters have been established 27 years. Patented U.S. 1845. It is supposed and claimed they restore the electrical condition of the part where applied, by which pain and diseased action cease. But we really know little on this subject, because the properties of medicinal agents can only be known by experience, and this has taught that whenever Allcock's Porous Plasters are applied they do good, often restoring the withered hand removing the unsightly lump, lengthen- ing the shorter leg, and restoring the lame to walk.. But read other testimonials, and if you have a weak spot in your body, try a plaster the cost is small, being 27 half-pesce only. No doubt they impart all the electricity of galvan- ism to the system needed. We believe this, because they have made greater cures than were ever achieved by the most costly appli- cations. HAPP* ARE THEY WHO, NEEDING. KNOW.— JJ. We publish and refer with pleasure to the following high testimonial of July 6, 1872. "Manor-road, Folkestone, July 6, 1872. "To Messrs. Allcock and Co., Liverpool. "Gentlemen—Some months ago I suffered severely from lumbago, and could not walk without much pain and difficulty. One day I met a friend, General-, who advised me to try one of Allcock's Porous Plasters, adding, 'I have one on me at this moment, which has wholly removed an affection similar to the one from which you are suffering.' I had really never before heard of the plasters, but was so struck with what I heard that I immediately procured one and put it on. I found almost instantaneous relief the pain and stiffness were gone in an hour, and have never since returned I may add that several friends including an eminent physician, laughed at my account of my cure; more than one of them, however, including that physician, have owned to me since, that, in consequence of my state- ment, they have resorted to Allcock's Porous Plasters, when suffering in various ways, and have in every instance found relief. A lady of my acquaintance who heard from me of these plasters, has tried them with wonderful effect among the suffering poor. She finds the demand for them so great that she wrote to you, to ask at what rate you could supply her with plasters for the poor. In answering her question Y? u kindly sent her a supply for gratuitous dls t n b u tI? on. Te thank you in my own name, and in behalf of my friends and of the poor, I feel it a duty and a pleasure to send you these few lines, of which you may make any use you please. J. H. WOODWARD." ALLCOCK'S POROUS PLASTERS.-They are now i unconditionally accepted by hundreds of thou- sands of families as their approved curative for Chest Affections, Coughs, Sore Throats, Nervous Affections, Affections and Dropsy of the Heart, Kidney Affections, Pains and Weakness of the Back, Stiches and Pains in the Side, and in Lumbago altogether unrivalled as an outward application. RONCHITIS. B HENRY D. BRANDRETH, Esq., LiverpooL "105, Hampton-st., Birmingham, Nov. 27, 1871. Dear Sir-I have for some months past been in the habit of using Allcock's Porous Plasters (procured from the establishment of Messrs. Snape and Son, 13, Great Hampton-street, of this town), when suffering from Bronchitis and severe pains in the side, and have on every occasion found immediate relief, whereas I had previously consulted two medical men without deriving the least benefit. I can with confidence recommend jthem to any one suffering from the same complaint.—Yours respectfully, "GEORGE STYLES." DR. MYER, of Savannah, Ga., says they are the best mechanical supporters for weak muscles ever, discovered; that by their warming pro- perties they bring power and health, until the strength of the muscles is entirely restored. CURE of ADDISON'S DISEASE, otherwise Dark Skin, or Disease of Suprarenal Capsules.—A gentleman of this immediate vicinity, who can be seen, was pronounced a hopeless invalid. Symptoms were almost constant sickness of stomach, great soreness of bowels, and much difficulty with kidneys. His skin also began to assume a dark colour. He consulted an eminent physician of Liverpool, who called to his assist- ance two London physicians. He had their advice and prescriptions, none of which gave him any relief. The doctors at length honestly and unanimously told him they could not help him, him, THAT HE WOULD DIE, the disease being that known by the name of Addison's disease-the black skin, the disease of the suprarenal capsules-which was incurable. The gentleman, before giving up hope (or, to use his own expression in his letter to me, he said, before taking Shakespeare's advice, and throwing physic to the dogs"), concluded to try Brandreth's Pills and Allcock's Porous Plasters. He placed a plaster on the pit of his stomach, and one over the -kidneys; the pills he took according to the printed, directions. The vomiting ceased after the first two days' use of the pills and plasters, and the indigestion and constant bloating from wind were all cured within a month, and his health perfectly reoioxod* For private reasons the gentleman wishes his name withheld from print, but it will be given to any one interested calling at my office; also the names of the various physicians who attended him. H. D. BRANDRETH, G.M., 57, Great Charlotte Street, Liverpool A LLCOCK'S POROUS PLASTERS are sold by all Druggists, at Is lid each, with full directions for use, or in any size to suit. The yard Plaster is specially recommended for families and physicians. One yard equals 18 Plasters. Price 14s per yard, 7s 6d per half yard, or 4s per quarter. PRINCIPAL AGENCY FOR GREAT BRITAIN (Wholesale and Retail): 57, GREAT CHARLOTTE STREET, LIVERPOOL N.B.—A Plaster sent to any part of the country for 15 stamps. AGF-NT:-J. F. EDISBURY, 1703e HIGH STREET. STOCK AND SHARE MARKET. FRIDAY NOON, JAN. 10. 1873. S I I Prices. ;1 I RAILWAYS. I Last Sp. F < Friday. To-day. 100 Great Eastern 4lj 41 42 42J 100 Great Northern (Stock) A. 15/jAI59. 156 157 100 Great Western 12-i l2 12o|i25i 100 Lancashire and Yorkshire 4 158? 159 15641561 100 London and South Western H,5 105 105 I05 100 Manchester, Sheffield, & Lincoln 854 8,5i 84 84 100 London and North Western 1511152-15011501 100 Caledonian 1()Siic8g 1 11I2103 100 Metropolitan 71 713 70S 70 10 Wrexham Mold & Connah'sQuay 5d 5d 100 Grand Trunk of Canada 18 18! 179 1 18 100 Midland 143 H3, 1421 143 100 North British 76f 76, 59a 6 11 100 London, Chatham, and Dover at 24" 2JJ 24 100 London, Brighton, & South. Coast 78J 7&i 78A 78J 100 Metropolitan District 29i 3ua 30 3uJ 100 North Eastern 1651 166 16611664 BANKS. 25 Alliance (Lim.) 13J 14 13;) 14 15 National (Lim.) par lp B It 10 North and South Wales ¿9i iiii 29 2 7 North Western (Lim.) J I p j I P 10' Manchester & Liverpool District 2212311 .21 231p 4 Consolidated (Lim.) li 2A¡.; li 2p 42 National PrávincialBank. 1*3 14c 143 145 12 i) j> „ 11 43xd U 43xd 10 11 10 4b.d 10 41xd INSURANCE COMPANIES. IProvincial d d 2Lancashire Ii 2p ii lip 2 Liverpool London and Globe 2A 2b 2¡ 2;tp 2 Thames and Mersey (Limited).) 5A 5 5hp 26 London and Lancashire J g p 1 ijp S Royal. Sit isip 3 Sip 1 Queen. JI p MISCKLLANKOUS. 100 Anglo-American Telegraph 133 13, 138 140 5 Mersey Steel and Iron Company J 1 pIt lip 10 National Steam Ship Coml any 15! 15 1;;1 I.) 20 North Shore Mills (Lim.) 26 27426.1 21:i 20 West India and Pacific. Steam Co. 6 61p 6 gip 12 Telegraph Construction 31-2 1 32 31j 32i 22 Runcorn Soap and Alta (Lim.) 8 8il 81 8ip LOCAL. 10 Market Hall Company 7p 7p 100 Wrexham Gas Light Co. 110 12>' 110 120 8 Ditto, ditto, (newissue) ap å p 1 Gas Company, Ruabon. it p lip 5 Gas Company, Cefn par par 10 Wrexham Waterworks Company åd pai par jp 1 Wrexham Loan and Investment yar 4 p par ip 10 Dyphwys Casson. Slate Quarry par Ii par Ip 5 Minera Mine 25p 25 p 4i Minera Union Do. Id It 10 Park Do. 11 Id 11 Do do. par par 150 Ponkey Brick & Tile Co. (Lim) 60 80 60 80 10 Ruthin Water Works Co par par 14 Nant Minera Mines Co par par 9 Brymbo Water Co 1 d Id IHolt& Furndon Gas Co p p FOREIGN RAILWAYS. ?00 Erie 504 50 55| 5 A ?oo Illinois Central too 1ol"96xd97 20 Great Western Canada 221 2 ? 22? ''? ￼ 20 Luxemburgs ] 20? 21 21 2?' FOREIGN STOCKS. ™ "alians 65 66 65 66 00 New Spani.sh"' 65 66 65 66 i 27,4 27:g 27 271 00 Turkish ConsoUdes 87A8? sn8? M Egyptian, 1868 9^ 9? ?? ￼ 00 Mexican ￼ 18 ,9 ls. 19 00 United States 5 20 s. 92? 92? 92 9?' i 921 921 Consols for Money, 92t 92a for the Account, 92* 921 JOHN BURY, Stock and Share Broker, Temple Row, Wrexham. From continued care to import only the finest growths, Horniman's Pure Tea in packet3, is always found to be agreeable to the palate, pure and cheap. For Local Agents see advertisement. COALS! COALS! MESSRS. JJORN & G UDGEON, PROPRIETORS of the GA hCHOG COLLIERY, NORTHOP, FLINT. BEG to GIVE NOTICE that they are now pre- pared to SUPPLY COAL and good HOLLIN SLACK at the Pit's Mouth at the folkowing prices :— Coal Screened 16s 611 per ton Ditto unscreened. 15s Od Slack 10s Od ty This Hollin Slack is especially recommended for all kinds of machine and factory purposes. Arrangements for monthly or quarterly accounts must be made with the manager, 148c Mr ISAAC AYDON, Mold.
Births, Marriages, and Deaths. --I No Notice of Birth, Marriage, or Death can be in- serted unless authenticated by the name and address of the sender. Announcements of births and marriages, one shilling each, and also of deaths, with any remark other than the simple facts. BIRTHS. BURKE—0n the 28th ult., at 15, Yorke-street, Wrex- bam, the wife of Michael Burke, of a daughter. CHALMERs-On the 17th inst., at St. Colmer's, West Kirby, near Hoylake, Cheshire, the wife of Captain Chalmers, late of Caergwrle, of a son. COLLEY-On the 13th inst., at Moss, Broughton, the wife of John Colley, of a son. DAvIEs-On the 22nd inst., at New Brighton, Minera' the wife of John Davies, of a son. EVANS—On the 18th inst., at Cefn Mawr, the wife of Thomas Evans, grocer, of a son. EVANS-On the 17th inst., the wife of Mr Edward Evans, Chapel Villas, Os westry, of a daughter. HuRLBUTT-On the 14th inst, at Wold House, Hawarden, the wife of Henry Hurlbutt, Esq., of a daughter. JONES-On the 2'2nd inst., the wife of Mr Peter Jones, JON Garllys, Jjlanasa, of a son. KEMPSTER-On the 18th inst., the wife of Mr George Kempster, Llansaintffraid Mills, of a daughter. NIOYLE-On the 13th inst., at The Dunks, Wrexham, the wife of William Moyle, of a daughter. PIERCY-On the 5th inst., at Edwards's Court, Lamb- a'son' Wrexham, the wife of George Piercy, of a son. PtHCE-On the 22nd inst., at Summer Hill, the wife of James Price, of a son. TUDOR On the 19th inst., at Mount Pleasant, Broughton, the wife of Robert Tudor, of a daughter. MARRIAGES. SMITH—FOULKES—On the 13th inst., at St. Clement's Church, Liverpool, by the Rev. H. Woodward Mr Joseph Smith, of Liverpool, to Miss Jane Foulkes youngest daughter of Mr George Foulkes, of Oswestry. TOLI.EMACHE—STARNES—On the 26th ult., at Montreal, by the Rev. Gavin Lang, John Richard Delap, son of J. Tollemache, Esq., Peckforton Castle, Cheshire, to Cornelia Augusta Eleanor, youngest daughter of the Hon. Henry Starnes, of Montreal. JONIES-JONES-ON the 19th inst., at Gorsedd Church, by the Rev. E. E. Jones, rector, Mr Evan Jones, of Lloc, to Mrs Elizabedh Jones, of the Rock Inn, near Whitford. DEATHS. BIBBY-On the 29th of September, aged 42, at Auck- land, New Zealand, Maurice, third son of the late George Bibby, Esq., Llanrhaiadr-yn-Mochnant. BRASSEY—On the 19th inst., Cuddington Hall, Malpas, aged 61 years, Jane, the beloved wife ef George Bmssey, Esq. CRA?E—On Brassey, the 19th inst., aged 22, Robert Crane, the younger and only surviving son of Mr Crane, of Regent-street, London. CARTWRIGHT-On the 18th inst., at the National School, Wrexham, Frances Cartwright, aged 46. DAVIEs-On the 16th inst., the wife of Mr Thomas Bavies, Red Lion Inn, Porthywaen, near Oswestry, aged 44. DODD-On the 19th inst., Jane, widow of Mr William Dodd, farmer, Lower Gwersyllt, near Wrexham, in her 81st year.. DAvIEs-On the 11th inst., Mis Dorothy Davies, wife of Mr Edward Davies, Eagles Inn, Corwen. EDWARDS-On the 11th inst., aged 65, Mr D. Edwards, chandler, Church-street, Llangollen. EDWARDS—On the 20th inst., aged 35, Mr Edward Edwards, White Lion Inn, Oswestry. EVANs-On the 9th inst., aged 67, Mrs Elizabeth Evans, widow of Mr John Evans, builder, &c., Corwen. EVANs-On the 20th inst., aged 67 years, Mr William Evans, Llanrhydd-street, Ruthin. FARMER—On the 6th inst., aged six weeks, at Ridge, near Ellesmere, William Edward,, son of Mr George Urion Farmer. GRIFFITHS—On the 13th inst., suddenly, at Waverton Rectory, Cheshire, Grace Frances Catherine, eldest daughter of the late Rev. Lewis Richard Cook Griffiths, M.A., Rectorof Swindon, near Chelten- ham. LATEWOOD—On the 6th inst., aged 74, Ellen, wife of Mr John Latewood, of Cockshutt, near Ellesmere. JOHNSON—On the 23rd inst., aged 10 months, Harry, son of Mr William Johnson, coachbuilder, 6, Holt- street, Wrexham. JONES-Oil. the 13th inst., aged 58 years, Mrs Mary Jones, the wife of John Jones, Wemog, Llanbedr, near Ruthin. JONES-On the 20th inst., the Rev. Dr. Emlyn Jones, late of Llandudno. MAY—On the 18th inst., at Nant, Bersham, Mary Paulina, daughter of William May, aged 5 months. POWELL-On the 17th inst., at Llay, near Gresford, John Powell, aged 21 years. SHONE-On the 19th inst., at Abenbury Fawr, Daniel agod 79. Shone, the 9th inst., at 22, Grosvenor-street, TURNER-On the 9th inst., at 22, Grosvenor-street, Chaster, Miss Elizabeth Turner, aged 83 years. WILLIAMS—On the 16th inst., aged 36th years, Mr Wm. Williams, Prior-street, Ruthin.
NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. IN consequence of the great length of our reports and advertisements, we are compelled to omit our usual summary of leaders, several items of news, and correspondence. Friends will please accept this explanation of the omission of their communica- tions. We have already allowed one letter to each party interested in Overton Church sinning, and this we opine will be sufficient to call due atten- tion. More would only prove inj urious.
THE LIBERAL BANQUET in Mold has been a great and splendid success. Those pre- sent, who were able to remember the monster Free-trade Dinner, held in the Mold upper Market Hall at the termination of the election which disposed of the Corn- laws, observed that Wednesday's demonstra- tion contrasted favorably even with that celebrated event. With no exciting political measure afloat, no election at the door, and no party question immediately pending, it certainly spoke volumes for the energy and unity of the Liberal party in Flintshire, that at this inclement season of the year, upwards of three hundred gentlemen from all parts of the county should meet to do honor to their Liberal members, and to testify their un- swerving faith in, and fealty to the Liberal cause and Government. The lesson of the event is unmistakeable-it is that the county and boroughs of Flint are, Liberal to the back bone, and proud both of their members and of their political creed. Before advert- ing to the more salient features of the Mold utterances we feel that a tribute of thanks is due to the promoters of the demonstration— to Mr Kyffin Roberts and Mr Bate, the originators of the idea—and above all to Mr JS. i. Jones, Mr Henry Koberts, Mr Ben- I jamin Powell, Mr Brereton, Mr Kyffin Jones, and the other members of the local dinner committee whose efforts were so ably seconded by the caterers to the banquet- Mr and Mrs White, of the Star Hotel. The presence of Mr W. H. Gladstone at the dinner may be said to have given it a signi- ficance seldom accorded to provincial gatherings. That Major Cornwallis West should have selected the Mold banquet as an opportunity to exhibit in so unmistake- able a way his adhesion to Liberal principles also signalised the meeting in no ordinary degree. Mr Holland's attendance at the dinner, from such a distance and at such personal inconvenience, also gave a stamp of purpose and of earnestness to the proceed- ings. Mr Watkin Williams's letter of apology-so tersely put and so logically reasoned, was another important and salient feature of the gathering. In returning thanks for the Church, the Rev. T. R. Lloyd, rector of Llanfynydd, was especially brief, and yet the way in which he put the otherwise difficult Welsh question was peculiarly correct and happy. In returning thanks for the Bishop and Clergy his exact words, in reference to Welsh bishops, were that they being Welshmen could understand and sympathise with Welshmen"—thus elevating the Welsh national question from being one merely of languages into a question of national idiosyncracy. Mr Lloyd does not speak without thinking, and he placed the Welsh question, in one sentence, upon an intel- ligible and unanswerable platform. The Rev. Roger Ed wards spoke at greater length, and with that eloquence of diction and correctness of thought which mark at once both the logician and the orator. Mr Edwards's speech will well repay attentive perusal, and is worthy of the more study as coming from one of th? ?? talented and powerful exponents of %J1 formist páncipleø and aspirations 'I Principality. Lieut.-Colonel Jon? ? like a soldier, and was received with???< enthusiasm which Welshmen know ￼ extend to men who have seen active t- and know what they are speaklkiinn, ,ab"" Lieutenant Taylor creditably rep? r?tt? the volunteera. The great speeches of the evening ° „H of course the speeches of the 0 rn- bers—Lord Richard Grosvenor inN Robert Cunliffe. As for the m?er S ?' important political utterances which i important po 1 lCw ut erances which' given in full in our columns they win; for themselves. Suffice it to say thatJ. manner of their delivery was likewise vf !t and pleasing. Lord Richard 13 becom eloquent and powerful speaker, and so '? al the promising member for the vi™.°U^ Indeed, the impression left upon thp Ill: ing, when Sir Robert Cunliffe sat dow?' that a correct reasoner and incisive Spah; had been added to the debating p?- the Liberal party in the House of ￼ Mr W. H. Gad&tone was received?' regular ovation, which he fuM served as the mhentor of a „ nOt! name, and as a rising member of the Cfr??'lNM ment. His utterances have attached to t?" iB an almost omcial importance. The Roberts, of Abergele, and Salisbury ?Jm Chester created a regular /?-o? on txi?if" ￼ Liberalism. Mr Salisbury is an old ']M tised debater and knows how to carry !? audience along with him. As for ?J? Roberts he is bound to make his mark nj ?M the party to whioh he belongs, and of w!'i? ￼ N he is so great an ornament. He will ￼ a ￼ m fail, when the time comes, to and a se?;,? ￼ one of the Welsh counties or boroughs |^B In responding to the toast of the Classes, Mr Daniel Owen, a workin? r? especially distinguished himself. Th? and the talented response which from Mr Cwen, were amon? the rrf.? striking and pleasing incidents of the eve? H In the first place they showed how entire III <? y?ppo? with each other are the Lib4 party and the working man. If the MoV fl ?demonstration had done nothing mm'? JN- would have been a success as showing ? entire accord which ex:sts between t; working man and the Liberal leaders. the 8ecod place, Mr Owen's speech test?M to the mine of intellectual wealth which ? be discovered when Mr Forty's Act 1oe<? really to elevate by educating the wori? man. Mr E. Price Jones stood up man Wm fully for his native town against the a.tta<? fl lately made upon it by Mr Scott Bank? J? The loud cheers which greeted his abl jN defence of himself and the town of Moiij showed how uncalled for and ill-considered had been the strictures of Mr Banke. Ia. IB deed, it was scarcely necessary for MrJos? to defend his beer-the Glan'rafon beer hM a more than local celebrity, and can ans?r 'ii f for itself. Mr Bankes's attack upon Mr l Jones's beer was in reality a great c?mcti. ifl ment to Mr Jones himself—it showed h? acutely Mi Bankes had felt the casti?au? ?? which Mr Jones had inflicted vpon the magistrates for their extravagance with the county finances. The upshot of the iit??t f racas will be, we hope, that Mr Bankes remember that other people may have feel. ings when castigated as well as a magistrate, and that all parties will shake hands, all round. Fair play for the town of 3Iold—it j^B compared with a town of the same size and circumstances, it is about the must spirited, progressive town in Wales. If those who at have the interests of Mold at heart would only exhibit their sympathies towards the town by patronising its trade, Mold would soon-by the unerring law of supply and 1H demand—acquire a position still more satis- II factory and advanced. As a director of the II London and North Western Railway, per. 9 haps Lord Richard Grosvenor will see what 9 can be done to increase railway facilities in I the neighbourhood. Among other things, why not open the railway from the Ffrith, I through Coed Talon and Leeswood, to MoM, and thus increase the trade and commerce of W the town ? The opening of the Coed Talon Railway would benefit Mold more than ■ truckful of tirades ever so deservedly I merited or so oracularly delivered. I But to return to the more partica- 9 lar feature of the meeting, it was II without doubt a great demonstration 49 of the unity and consequently the power 9 of the Liberal party, and as such will J'M have its weight and influence. Liberalism is the embodiment of progress, and progress is the result of thought. On the (ither hand, Conservatism is stationary if not re- trograde. Like Lot's wife, it looks back m upon the plains of Sodom left far behind, jfl and is transformed into a pillar of salt-a. I petrifaction; and only by occasi,n,.illy forsaking the ruling principles of the party 9 and adopting those of the Liberals, can they I rise to the position of governors of this jfl country. By such meetings as the one of 9 Wednesday, uniting as they do all sections of 9 the Liberal party, this becomes next to im- 9 possible, and we have no doubt the con- M stituencies will support their representatives 9 and the Liberal Government in their career 9 of progress and reform— 9 Ringing out the old-ringing in the neiv; Ringing out the false—ringing in the tine.
LONDON SAYINGS AND DOINGS. 1 (From our own Correspondent.) I So much pressure has been put npon tb? HIMS jfl Office with regard to the imprisoned ?'s ? kere, J? that Mr Bruce must be placed in r"ther aG awk* 9 ward position. If he refuses to release tbe mtD he will become very unpopular with a large section ■ of the public if he releases them, lie throws JI M credit on the discretion of Mr Jas'i^e Brd, aDd I virtaaHy endorses the opinion of 'he a,?#atOrg, ^1 that the Jadg?'9 sentence was too severe. The J case of these stokers is now under the com;:derto m tioa of the Home Secretary, and I iucime to b8- ?) heve that his decision wiU be a compromise—? j the men wiU be liberated at the completion of half if the time of their sentence. I regret to say that I hear already of heavy subscriptions tcwardt giving these men a great public ovation when they ■Jfl are set at liberty. If the Government iotenw ■ moving in the matter, it would be well I I for them to do so at once, and not to defer it oDtw Parliament is at Westminster. Since the 4th of January, always a most crittcul 8 day in commercial transactions, there have been 1 reported failures to the amount of some three millions sterling. Bat how m'wy unreported failures have occurred, I wonder ? The failnre of a great house always involves the draggi'? tiowo j of smaner firms even though the e?fct may not result in liquidation or bankruptcy. It is to be feared that the number of cases of compounding with creditors during the last three weeks mnst have been very considerable, while faitnrcs io th? ¡ Manche8tr and drapery trades h?ve been Painfully numerous. Under such circumstances, tha UIM- happy state of affairs in South Wales becomeS doubly disastrous. If we may credit certain special correspondence in the Daily News, the Imperialists are not very sanguine as to the restoration of the Empire, at all events not for some time to come. The special" of your enterprising contemporary way- laid Prince Napoleon at Clarid^e'd Hotel, poanced upon him, and interviewed him. la jasticeto the Prince, the special ought to have said to huB, "You are liberty to say anything you lilie, but whatever you say will be taken down, and may be used in evidence against you." It is just possibte that the Prince might have expected such a result. At all events, he was cautious and undemonstra- tive. I shall not quote any passages froin his remarks, the whole of which deserve careful perusal and study. I would, however, point to a fact which may be taken in connection with these utterances (if fact it be) that the Prince, according to the Swiss Times, "proposes erecting a ue19 chateau (he could not well erect an old one) on the remainder of the estate belonging to him at Pran" gins, Canton Vaud." For the moment the humiliating position of the champions of the claimant's case on the djor of the Court of Queen's Bench absorbs other topicss