Shipping Intelligence. WHITE STAR LINE ROYAL MAIL. STEAMERS. NOTICE.—The Steamers of this Line follow the BpeciBed Oatwa.rd a.nd Homeward Tracks adopted by Me leading Liverpool a.nd New York Steamship CoM- pMiiea. LIVERPOOL to NEW YORE. via QUEENS. TOWN, every WEDNESDAY. *TEUTO\IC Wed. Oct. IS j *MAJESTIC.We<l. Oct. :) BRITANNIC We<t. Oct. MhADMATIU Wed. Nov. 6 Second Ca-bin will be c:u-ried on the voyages m&rked thns* Cotton wo< corr!'<'<f o't P(is.et?,.7er,Fteamers. Steerage passage at low ra-tes, including Outfit free of charge. to New York, Boston. Philadelphia.. or Baltimore. Superior &ccommoda,tion a.t modera.te farea for Baloon and Second Ca.bin also through bookings to China, Japa.n, New Zealand. and Australia.. j For farther information apply to R. RoBEHTS. 23, Town HDI. Wrexham; W. D. JOSES, Old B&nk, Holy- head; J. W. EALL, 97, &eorne-st.reet, Chester; or of IsMAT iMErs & Co., 10"Water.treet, Liverpool. 95o CUNARD LINE. FIVE AND A THIRD DAY PASSAGES. ID OYAL MAIL STEAMERS FROM LIVER. JL? POOL, CALLING AT QUEENSTOWN. FOR NEW YORK. CAMPANIA.. Sat. Oct. 12' UMBRIA.SM. 0 t. 13) LUCAKIA .Sat. Oct. 25 t FOR BOSTON. SYLVANIA.Thnr.. Oct. 10 ISOI'BNIA Thur. Oct. 17 COHlNTHIA.Thur. Oct. 24 SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATION at moderate fares for First and Second Class Passengers also through to CHIKA, JAPAN, NEW ZEALAND, and AUSTRALIA. Steerage Passengers to all parts of America and Ca.na.da. at Ion' rates; those by Boston steamers booked to New York without extra, charge. THE CUNARD STEAMSHIP COMPANY, LimTED 8, Wa.ter-atreet, Liverpool, Or to their Agenta: T. CiiAKLES, The Old Vicarage Brymbo, Wrexha.m; R. ROBERTS, 23, Town Hill Wrexha.m R. D. ROBERTS, Estate Agent, Rhyl; J W. HALL, 97, George-street, Chester. 261z. A BERDEEN LINE to AUSTRALIA via ? H Tencrife a.nd Ca.pe Tov.n 42 in days. rXHFlt]61011YLM Capt. A. Simp,;on. 3,711 tons Oct. 25 ABEHDEEX.C.tpt. A. T. Wilts.. 2.659 tons OV. 25 The steamers of this favourite Line sail from London monthiv t:).King s:Uoon a,nd third chiss passengers to TENEHIFE, CAPE TOWN a.nd all Australian and New Zeu.ia.ud Ports. Fn.rcs to Austia.lia, JE14 14" to JE50: to Cune TownjES 8a to zE26 5s. For particn:ars I apply to Geo. Thompson :<.ud Co.. 7, Billiter Square. 5f i ———————————— TIMBER SLATE!?. IB.R!(;i&S, TILES, CEMENTS, LATHS. SEWERAGE PIPES And a.U other Building Material. Tr I\IERVDITII TONES'S, TIMBER YARD, AXD STEAM SAW MILL, CHARLES-STREET, WREXHAM. Best Red BUILDING BRICKS made a.t the Brick: yards near Wrexham. TELEGRAfHIC ADDRESS:— MEREDITH, WREXHAM." 1816f f TT ? T?r A cs ca ? ? ?Ct Jh JM. ? ?Mh ?3L 83 C9 ? ? "J?€?T??Ct" jE?EE? JE??i@? Unequalled for INFLUENZA, COUGHS, COLDS, ASTHMA. BRONCHIAL AFFECTIONS AND ALL CHEST COMPLAINTS. 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THOUSANDS OF TESTIMONIALS. None genuine without the word EROZONE." Price 111-1. per bottle of all Chemists, or post free 1/3, from f L. TB:O!ÆASSOIJ 143, Westminster Briclp Road, LONDON, S.E. bl7E DOSS Relieves. OIT B?'S 'e" -0. i LONGSTAFF'S ￼ :c Ti .?a Fmq Tlier-e PiHs will PositiYp)Y Cure quicker than nn\- other re!nedT zill IllS- 'JHARGES of tn. GEí- PAL ORGAXS in either <ex, Acquired or Constitutional; also GHAVEL and PAIN.S in tlio BACK. FREE FROM :\íEnCl'RY. 8oM in boxes at 1/1 t and 2/9. of all Pa.tent Medicine Dealers, or post free 1/3 und 3/- from 148, 'Westminster Bridge Rond, London. PARISH & DISTRICT COUNCILS. TO OVERSEERS AND OTHERS. All the NECESSARY FORMS can be procured from BAYLEY & BRADLEY, L.D., "ADVERTISER" OFFICE. WREXHAM. EVERY MAN BUFFERING from NEnvous and PHysiCAt. ? DEBILITY should send for a valuable pamphlet explaining how all nervous and erganic derangements Tna.y be successfully tre&ted without stomach medica- tion. The method is easy and pIeMMit, and will affect a perfect a.nd permanetit care. Sent sea.!ed Doat free.—Address E. Noi:TON, 249t, Bigh Holborn, London, W.C. 1078c FREE TO MEN When yon are tired of taking nauseous Md mystetious prescriptions and compounds, which .do you no good, but oa!y ruin your digestive organs write to me and I will send yon it bookwhieh describes QUICK AND CERTAIN care for lost strength wastinglweakness. t&c., from whatever cause arising NO STOMACH MEDICINE. NO ELECTRICITY Sent in envelope on receipt of two stamps for poste I A. J. LEIGH. 92-93, Great RnsseII.st,,London. W.C 1916 Business Announcements. COCKLES ANTIBILIOUS PILLS. The Oldest Paten Medicine. In use for nearly a Century. The Safes Family Medicine. Of purely Vegetable Ingredienta. Free from Mercury and other Injurious Drugs. THEIR USE. For &U the common ailments of veryda-y life CocHe'B Fills are simply invuloablw FOR BILE, LIVER. ACIDITY. HEARTBURN, FLATULENCY, INDIGESTION, SICK HEADACHE, and aJl kindred compla.ints, these famous Pills &ct readilT, surely, a.nd aa.fe!y. COCKLED ANTIBILIOUS PIIjLS. DR. G. F. COLLIER, writing on the PhMma.- eopceia. of the Royal College of Physicians of Lon- don, sa.ys :— I ha.ve no hesitation In saying tha.t, It is the best ma.de Pill in th" kingdom." TAKE NO OTHERS. COCKLE'S PILLS. ? COCKLE'S PILLS. c OCKLE'S PILLS. c OCKLE'S PILLS. ? c OCKLE'S PILLS. ? c OCKLE'S PILLS. COCKLE'S PILLS. c OCKLE'S PILLS. Cleanse and regulate the whole system, lea/ring it free from a,H impurities. Thev carrv off all un- healthy hamours; are ad- mirable in women's ail- ments, overcoming all ir- regularities and maintain- ing the system in health, strength, a.nd vigor. To use them always is to keep yourseif in perfect health—the bowels free, the liver active, the head clear, and the akin and complexion free from blemish. 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DAY BOOKS, JOURNALS, CASH BOOKS, <&c., at Wonderfully Low Prices. GOOD CREAM LilD COMMERCIAL ENVELOPES from 3/- per 1,000. SPECIAL ORDER DEPARTMENT. ACCOUNT BOOKS, RuJed, Printed, and Bound to any Pattern, at Moderate Prices, and on the Shortest Notice. IN EKGLISH AJ!D WELSH — "FROM PENURY TO AFFLUENCE;" A Tale of a Wrexha.ia La.d. One Penny. A Choice Selection of CHINA VASES AND TEA SERVICES JUST RECEIVED. Also, A Gre&t Variety of TOILET AND DINNER SERVICES, AT ALL PRICES. BAYLEY & Co., THE NORTH WALES GLASS AND CHINA WAREHOUSE, HOPE STREET, WREXHAM. READERS OF THE WREXHAM ADVERTISER WHO WISH TO BE SUPPLIED EARLY, AND DIRECTLY FROM THE OFFICE, CAN ARRANGE TO DO SO ON LEAVING THEIR NAMESjAND ADDRESSES. Money. THE WREXHAM LOAN AND INVESTMENT COMPANY (LIMITED), ESTABLISHED 1856, Are prepared to advance, at a few hours' notice, fr )m £5 upwards, uron PERSONAL SECURITY, or npen deposi t of ..£FE POLICIES, TITLE DEEDS, SHARE CERTIFICATES. DEBENTURES, &c., AT MODERATE INTEREST. No Preliminary or other Charges or Premiums. of Specially Reduced Terms for BILLS and LOANS of £50 and upwards. Repayments by easy instalments. Strictest con- ndence and privacy observed. Foms of application furnist a Free by post or other* ase. Prompt attention ginn to every applica. tiou.—Apply JAMES PHBNKAH, Secretary, 4, Temple- row, Wrexham. 72 MONEY. MONEY. MONEY. MONEY IMMEDIATELY LENT FROM JE10 TOS,5,000. Al LOWER INTEREST THAN OTHERS. rp0 LADIES and GENTLEMEN, Fanners, JL Gardeners, Carriers, Cowkeepers, Shopkeepers, Dairymen, Tradesmen, Clerks, Schoolmasters. Clergy- men. Gentlemen's Servants. Lodging-honse Keepers, Private Householders, and others in good situations, on their own security without bondsmen, on note of hand alone, re-payable by easy instalments, or ar- ranged to suit borrower's own convenience. All communications are received and kept in strict confidence. No genuine application ever refused, and honorable and straightforward transactions guaran- teed. Intending Borrowers are invited before apply- ing elsewhere to apply to the actual lender. B. EDWARDS, 17, Pepper-street, Chester. N.B.—Town or Country; distance no object Letters immediately attended to. No charges what- ever if no business be done. 1634n THE OLDEST ADVANCE OFFICE IN SHREWSBURY. A DVANCES ?nade privately and con- ?CTL Ndentin.Uy in sams of .E10 ap to .E500 UPON PROMISSORY NOTE ONLY at much lower interest than usually charged. Repayment arranged to suit Borrowers' requirements. Genuine and extensive business dene for 25 years past. NO BILLS OF SALE TAKEN. Apply personally, or write for terms, to GEORGE PAYNE, Accountant, 5, TOWN WALLS, SHR1-.WBURY. OswESTRY BRANCH—1, Cambrian Bnifdings, Oswald Road (next to Cambrian Railway Station. 1497a WORTH A GUINEA A BOX. ?tL" ??? ECHAb!! V-v' PILLS U4S FOR ALL BILIOUS AND NERVOUS DISORDERS SUCH AS SICK HEADACHE, CONSTIPATION. WEAK STOMACH, IMPAIRED DIGESTION, DISORDERED LIVER AND FEMALE AILMENTS. ANNUAL SALE SIX MILLION BOXES. 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GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS. Sold in 2s 9d and 4s 6d Bottles. Samples Is ld size IS" See the name GwiLTM EvAKs on Stamp. Label, and Bottle. This is important, as tbera ara numerous imitations. SOLB PROPRIETORS QUININE 1DITTERS T\/TANUFACTURING Co-, ir TD., LLANELLY, SOUTH WALES. I jc2045nz BREAKFAST-SUPPER. EP P S S GRATEFUL-COMFORTING. COCOA BOILING WATER OR MILK. 1771 I THE COAL MINES REGULATION ACT, 1887. I NORTH WALES DISTRICT. NEW SPECIAL RULES. BAYLEY & BRADLEY., LIMITED, "ADVERTISER "OFFICE, WREXHAM. j TORPID LIVER. PURELY VEGETABLE. SUGAR COATED. All Chemists is. lid. ???* Small Pill Small Dose Small Price, j 12M I. ? These Remedies have stood the test of ?S FtFTY YEARS' EX PERtENCE, And are pronounced the Best Medicine for Family use. I THE PILLS 'I Purify the Blood, correct all disorders of the LivER, STOMACH) EiDNEYs and BowEM, and are invaluable in all complaints incidental to Females of all ages. I THE OINTMENT I Is the only reliable remedy for BAD LEGS, BORES, U.LCERs, and Om WOUNDS; for BR(}F'J"J. SORE THROATS, COUGHS, (\ GoUT, RHEUMATISM (iL&NDE,iA&u SwELLCfas, and for all SxiN DISEASES it'has no equal. I Manufactured only at 78, NEW OXFORD STREET, late 533, Oxford St.LONPON' SOLD BY ALL MEDICINE VENDORS THROUGHOUT THE WORLD. ') Advice Gratia, at the above address, daily between the hours of 11 & 4 or by letter ?
Football. 1 A number of football matches were played on Mon- day, and in the nrst division of the League competi- tion SuuJcrla.nd defeated Shemeld United by two goals to one goal. Liv&rpool beat Crewo Alexandra byaixgoa'stoouegoal, and Woolwich Arsenal de- feated (Chatham by three goals to one goal. OvEKTON v. CIUFTINs.-Overton took a mixed team to play Criftins on Satnrday, and were defeated by foar goals to nothing. BUCKLEY ViCTOHtA RESBRVBV. CHESTER ST. -M,ARY 8. Played at Chester, the Reserve winning a hard- fought game by one goal to nil. Bt'HKLHY TowM T. RnvL.—At Buchley, on Saturday. The home team led at half-time by two goals to none. Final score :—BuckIey Town, four goals; Rhvl. Bone. RlIOS RESERVE Y. P.UABo-i ALBION RESEBYH.—A mutch between these teams was played on Saturday, on Wynnstay Park, the home team winning by tour goals to none. TnB RL'ABox ALMOX journeyed to Welabpool on Saturday, and were engaged in a Shropshire Junior League match. The weather proved wet and the ground was heavy. There was a good attendance, &nd t well-contested game ended in a win for We'th- pool by nve goals to three. THE ENGLISH Cup.—Barnton Rovera, who ahontd have met Newtown on Saturday, in the preliminary round of the qualifying stages for the English Cup, scratched during the week. Newtown will therefore enter the first round, and play Wroxham at Wrex- ham on Saturday next. UltYMBO INSTITUTE V. WESTMINSTER RovZRS.—— i This mn.tch wa.s played a.t Brymbo, on Saturday, The home team, kicking down the incline, held the lead in the 6rst half and scored out of a scrimmage. The second part of the game was almost a repetition of the nrat, the Institute team increasing their totat to two. Final score-Brymbo Institute, two goats Westminster Rovers, none. OswNSTKY v. WHiTCHURCH.—These teams met in the Shropshire District League, at Oswestry, on Saturday. For the first fifteen minutes. Whitchnrch were outplayed, and the home team, with good com- bination, scored a couple of points. Following up this success, Oswestry showed briUtant form, and added three goals before the interval. Oswestry continued to nave the advantage, and won easily by eight goals to none. BucxLEY ViCTOjtiA v. HAWARDEX.—This match, in the Denbighshire and Flintshire League, was played under the auspices of the ]eague at Buckley on S:(.turf!:).y, in miserable weather, rain la!hnp hea-vify. The visitors appeared with ten men, and were out- ptayed fro;n the kick-off. Davtes scored the first t-,o-tl after five minutes' play, the same player adding a second a.nd third in rapid succession. Jones scored a fourth from long runge, and Daviea added two more. The 'Victorias maintained the advantage, and won easily by nine goals to nil. OLYMPIC JUIORS Y. RHOSTYLLB!! Ju-,lorts.-Pl-,tyecl at Rhostyilen on Saturday. Stokes scored for the Olympic. Rhostyllen equalised, but Futrell scored a.gain for the Olympic, and just before half-time scored another. Haif-time—Olympic 3, Rhostyllen 1. In the second h:df, 01p)npic held the upper hand and added two more goals, while RhostyHea scored once. Final resutt—Olympic 5. Rhostytlen 2. Olympic's tezi.iii:-GoiLl, R. O. JEvans; backs, F. Coleman and J. H-trris bait-backs, J. Wi)!iams, J. Davies. and 0. Williams forwards, 0. Daviea, C. Futrell, B. Stokes, J. Crosse, and H. Edwards. CREsroRD v. EifDDio ALBION.—This match was p!ayed:)t Grresfnrdon Saturday. The visitors soon scored through J. Davies, and led at the interval by one goa.1 to nil. Soon after restarting Pritcha.rd added another. GreHford now played up strongly and scored, afterwards adding another. Both teams played grandty for the winning point, but as neither aide cou'd score the game ended in a draw-two goals each. Erddig Aibioa E. Wright. goa!; J. Fia.nniga.n and C. Davies, backs; C. Williams, W. Williams, and J. BeHis, hatf-backs; J. Davies, A. Howard. B, Heath. T. Smith, and H. Pitehard, forwards. CHIRK v. DRUIDS.—These teams met at Chirk, on Saturday. Ttie visitors started with ten men. Uptou refusing to ph}" between the sticks. Thomas went into goal, and one back was played, during which time the home team scored twice. E. Thomas how- ever then took the position between the sticks, and the Druids managed to score. At half-time the home team were thus leading by two goals to one. The second half was well contested, although the home team experienced hard lines. The Druids were again ptaying ten men, owing to an injury to Winsdor But!er, but during pressure one of the home backs kicked through his own goal thus equalising for the Druids, and the game ended in a draw of two goals each.—T eams:—Chirk: H. Mates, goal; S. Meredith !md Morris, half-backs; G. Williams, Batter, and Eynaston.haff backs; S. Roberts, T. Winia.ms. E. WiUiams. Lockley, and George Owen, forwards. Drnids: E. Thomas. goal; C. Thomas and Walter Evans. bucks; D. Evans, Hoyd, and G. Owens. half- backs; G. Roberts, W. Batler, T. Davies, W. Bntler, :).nd J. Vangha.n, forwa.rdo.
THE WELSH LEAGUE. î A meeting of the Committee of the Welsh Leagne was held on Monday, Mr J. Taylor presiding. The match. Brymbo v. Rhos, in which the Rhoa players walked og the field before time, was ordered to be replayed.-A complaint wa.s made as to the conduct of the spectators at a match between Wrexham and Westminster Rovers, on the Rovers' ground. The Rovers were warned as to the consequence if it occurred aga.in.-The teams were selected for the Inter-League match, to be played on October 26th.
WELSH JUNIOR CUP COMPETITION. The draw for the nrat round of the Welsh Junior Cup competition is M follows Division I. Bangor Reserve v. HolyweU. Referee, Mr A. W. Menzies. Carnarvon Ironopolis Reserve v. Maadndno Reserve. St. Asaph Athletic v. Queen's Ferry Iroaopolia. Referee Mr C. W. Berrie. Flint Reserve, a bye. DIVISIOS II. Rhosiobinv. Buckley Victoria Reserves. Referee, Mr D Smith. MoJtt Red Sto.rs Resesve v. Westminster Rovers Re- serve. Referee. Mr F. T. Evans. Adwy United v. New Westminster. Referee. Mr J. Tn.ylor. Buekley Victoria v. Brymbo Institnte Reserves. Re- fetee, Mr R. Da.vics. DIVISION III. Rhosddu Excelsior v. Ruabon Albion. Referee, Mr W. J. Hashes. Rhos Reserves v. Overton Jnniors. Referee, Mr J. Wilkes. Wrexham Old Boys v. RhostyUen Victoria Reserve. Referee, Mr Job Wilding. Wrexham Reserve v. Druids Reserve. Referee, Mr W. H. Cotton. Division IV. CMrsws T. Whitcharch Reserve. Referee, Mr J. H. Williams. Shrewsbury Town Reserves T. Horeshay Albion. Re- feree, Mr (r. A. Doody. Slirewsbury Athletic v. Royal Welsh WarehoQse. Re- ferep. Mr Seth PoweU. Dawley Town v. Oswestry United Reserve. Refereo. Mr C. R. Cadman. Welshpool United v. Chirk Reserve. Refereo, Mr W. Evans. EUesmere Rangers v. Newtown Reserve. Referee. Mr R. T. Gonsh. Ties to be played off on or before November 23rd. Rick off not later than 2.30 p.m.
FIXTURES FOR SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12rH. I TXE ENGLISH CUP. ) Glosfop North End v. Ma.celes6eld, a.t GIossop Fairfield v. Birkenhead L a.adN.W., at Fairfield. Drnids v. Middlcton. at Raabon. Port Snnlight v. Chester, at Port Sunlight. Stockport County T. Lirerpool South End, at Stock- port. Xorthwich Victoria v. Stanley, at Northwich. Crew A)exn.ndra. v. Stalybridee Rovers, at Crewe. Wrexham v. Newtown. at Wrexham. WELSH LEAGUE. ) Rhos v. Chirk, at Rhos. Erddig Albion v. Adwy United, atWrexham. I
Agriculture. I Though the agricultural depression bag been universal throughout the country, the value of land in Wales has not decreased in anything like the pro- portion it has in England. Since 1879 the value of land in agricultural coantiea in England has de- creased from 20 per cent. in the Midlands to 39.1 per cent in Essex. In Denbighshire the decrease has been less than 15 per cent., in Cardiganshire less than 1 per cent., in Carnarvonshire only 0.1 per cent., while in Carmarthenshire there has been an increase of 1.8 per cent. INVERNESS CATTLE MARKET. On Monday at Macdonald, Fraser, and Co.'s (Limited) weekly saie of fat stock there was a good show in point of quality. although the numbers were rather short. Cattle met with a firm and steady trade all through, at prices similar to last week. Sheep—There was few fat Iambs on offer. Hoggs were in demand, and main. tamed last week's high prices. Wethers were scarce. Cheviot and bi&ckface ewes were in demand, and sold dear. There was a large attendance of dealers and bptcbera for cattle and sheep, both local and from a distance. Numbers 54 cattle, 305 sheep. Prices Best bullocks JE21 to X23 5a and JE18 to JE20 lOs, smaller ditto to jE17 5s heifers, JE15 to JE17 2s 6d fat cows to .Bit 10s. Sheep Fat Iambs to 32s; cross hogps, 41s to 43a 3d and 35s to <M)s 6d lighter weights to 37s; cheviot dinmonts (smalt), 35s to 38s 9d and 30s to 36a cross ewes, 36a to 38s 9d cross ewes, 30s to 32s blackface ewes, 21a to 23s 9d and Ms to 20a 6d. Beef. top 67a to 69s, secondary to 66s per cwt. Mutton, top Bid, current to 84d per lb.
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Cricket. I THE WREXHAM AVERAGES. -1 The Wrexham Club have had a capital season, and have won the Cheater and District League Cap, which they so nearty captured last season, by the aclendid record of—ptaycd 18 matches, won 11, lost 2, drawn 5, points 27, out of a. possible 36. Of the five draws, it in more than probable that Wrexham woald have won all the matches which were left drawn if they had been played to a conclusion. In ordinary matches Wrexham have not done so well, having won only one of the seven matches played. They lost four and drew two. This brings the total record to—played 25, won 12, lost 6, drawn 7. The following are the battingaveragesoi League matches, ton inuiuga and over:— S. tft= :Có t.t ? S??3g g -gSg $ ? ? ?§ E? ?"? ? J.S.HoI!inR') 14 1 43 218 1676 Rev. L.F. Wa.rd. 12 0 25 US 115 Sergti.-MajorMeGregor 11 0 38 96 8-72 J. NVildiiig 16 2 27 116 825 Read (pro..). 13 5 10 59 T37 ) League batting avorages, over two innings and under I ten:— E. A. Orford. 8 1 39a 14T 21 Capraiti G. C. Feuwick 4 0 32 76 19 C.Throckmorton 9 0 43 13& 1533 C.E.Witlea. 7 0 29 7)! 11-14 J.H.Roberta 6 0 40 67 1116 Dr.J.A.Eyton-Joues. 7 2 21a 50 10 Captain Pocklingtou. 3 0 18 25 8.31 i T. C. Dudd. 5 1 13 32 8 J. A. Berkeley 5 0 22 36 7.2 F.T.ETa-ui. 9 0 14 64 7-11 J. H. Davies 5 2 8a 22 T3.! Cotour-Sergeaut Hunt. 3 2 5a 6 6 Sergean,Jone, 6 1 11 28 5-5 A.Ij.Pnce. 3 1 4a 7 3'3<t G. 11. Whitehouse 3 0 4 9 3 a Signifies not ont. Read was the only bowler to qualify for the League bowling averages, tbeqaa.tt6ca.tion for which is thirty. wickets. His analysis was as follows Runs. Wkts. Overs. Md'ns. Aver. Rca'! (pro.) 3Q 67 ZOO 4 62 107 The other League bowling averages were Huns. Wkta. Overs. Md'us. ATer. J. H. Robertq. 95 22 71-1 29 431 Rev. L..F.\V:trd 87 15 404 12 5-66 C. E. WUJca 169 26 1004 30 6-5 Sergt.Mtijur McGregjr 153 17 63 17 8-41 The fuflonins atso took wickets :—Lieutenant IV-oit, 4 wickets for 14 runs J. S. Ho)Ji:.R.s, 3 for 13; T. C. Dudd, 2 fur S a.ud the Itev. C. H. Thumpsuu, 1 fc'r 5. The nvfraKfd fur atl matches (t.elve mninga or tnore) ELTU U,S L.Jllù's :— *3 -S °tá Õ S? ?- ?* 2 & ?.= S5 ?S ? S Q 0. sg ?? ?s .3 ? g- 5 ? ? Z Eo J. S. HoUinss 20 1 43 5C3 16'26 C. Th.L'ockmorto!i. 14 0 43 204 14'57 1, Kcv. L. F. Wa.rd. 19 0 67 2o6 14 ) J.Wiiduig is 2 27 759 806 Sergeant-.Major IcGregor.. 12 0 38 96 8 Rend (pro. 17 6 15<t 74 6-72 The following batted iu less th.a.n twelTe iQHin"s a.ud more than 6ve E.A.Orford 10 1 33a 155 1722 F.H.J:tg;;er. 6 0 30 96 16 Capt.l-'ouwick 9 2 32 107 15.28 C.E.WiHes 11 o 36 159 14.45 F. T. Eva.us. 11 o 30 94 f51 Dr.J.A.Eytou-.Joues. 8 2 21(1: 51 8.5 J.H.Jtjbcrts. ]0 I 40 78 7.S T.U.Dodd 7 1 14 46 7.66 J. A. Her?eIcy. 7 1 22 43 7.16 J- H. D?vies. 10 3 Sa 31 4.2 a Si,iif-ies not out. The fr-Uowing also ba.tted :—B. H. V. Kvrke. 15 runs for 3 unmigs the I.ev. C. H. Thompsoa, 23 for 3 (once not out); HoUiugs, 26 tor.3 (once not out) Cupt. Ormrod. 24 for 3 Capt. rockUnRto; 27 for t; W. T. \V. JeSrev. 8 for 2 (oncH not out) F. H. E. CuuIiSe, 33 for I and E M. Luca.s, 12 for 1. The following bowled in. aJI matches (30 wickets or I over):— Runs. Wkts. Overs. Md'ng. Aver. Rea.c) (pro) 459 84 287 154 5.46 J.H.Roberts 2:2 35 133 48 577 C. E. WiIIe-i. 305 38 153.t 37 8.02 The foitowing also bowled more than 10 wickets Rev. L. F.Wa.ni. 247 2j 93.4 24 851 6ergt.Maj.MicCxre.-)r 152 17 71 17 8 94 The Miowir:c took less than 10 wickets :—F. Caaliefe 5 1 wickets for 35 run- J. S. Hullmgs. 4 for 51: aud F H. J&Sger. 5 for 58. I
MARKETS. I WREXHAM. CATTLB. Monday.—At this market there was a good suppty of stock a.ud trade showed an improvement Beef was sharper and sold from 5d to 6id per Ib mutr ton7dto7M;ve:U 5M to 6'd. A large number of pt" were so)da.t. 7s per score :bs. Store bull-, realised from JES to 10 cuinens each. There were actun a vpfv lar, number of Scotch ewes penned, and they changed' hands at better prices, from 21s to 25s each being paid. THUMSUAT 8. d. ¡;. d White wheatfnfw), per measure 3 2 to 3 4 Ked „ (old) „ 3 4 to 3 8 Red. „ (Dew) „ 3 0 to 3 j Oa'.s (old). 2 4 to 2 8 „ (new), 1 10 t.j 2 o Barley (muli-ing). 0 0 to 0 n (ghtjdinn;.(Foreign) 3 0 to 3 o Potatoes per hamper 2 6 to 00 Hutter, per lb. of l6oz. on to 1 o Beef. per lb. 5 to 9 Mutton, per Ib. 6 to 9 Pork, „ 7 to 9 Veal. „ 7 to 9 Lamb, per Ib. o to 10 Fowls, per couple. 2 6 to 3 9 Ducks „ 3 6 to 4 0 Eggs. 12 to 13 for & shilling. CHESTER CORN. Saturday.—The deliveries of the new crop of wheat have been to & fair extent durng the week and prices at this market were 2d per 751bs higher. Xothin" was doing in barley, -New oats were slightly better, while there wa.s a 6rm demand for old oats. Indian corn was in good demand, at a declino of about 3d per 240lbs on the week. Quotations :—White wheat 3s 6d per 751bs new red wheat 3s Od, old red wheat 3s 4d to 3g 6d per 751bs, new oats Is 6d to 2s. old oats 2s 6d to 3s per 46lbs, beans 5s per 801bs. Indian corn 9s 9d to 13s 6d per 2401bs. CHESHIRE PocLTRY.—Cheshire fed and import stock plentiful at all markets. Poultry generally reasonable. Quotations per couple Chester fowls 4s to 5s, ducl-s 5s and 5s 6d Ka.ntwich fowls 4s to 5s 6d. ducks 5a Xorth- wich fowls 3s 6d and 4s 6d. ducks 5s 6d: Crewe fowls 3s 6d and 4s, ducks 5s Sandbaeh fowls 4s and 4s 6d, ducks 5s Runcorn fowls 3s 6d a.nd 4s, ducks 4s 6d and 5s Knutsford fowls 4s ajid, ducks 5s. Young turkeys 4s 6d Mid 5s each.. RUTHIX. Monday.—Butter Is Id per Ib. fowls 2s 9d to 3s 9d per ¡ couple, ducks 4s 3d to 4s 6d per couple, eggs 13 for Is. CREWE CATTLE. Monday.—Large supply of fat and store stock and good attendance of buyers. Prices.—Heef 5Ad to 6!d per lb; mutton 7d to 8d per Ib. ve:t! 7Ad per Ib Iambs Os aud Os each porket pigs 8s 6J' per score bacon pigs 7» 6d to 8s 6d per score new miicti and calving'cows and heifers JE14 10s to JE2110sfa.ch' barrens JE7 to S10 each stirks JM to JE6 10s each iitjre gheep ISs to 35s each. SHREWSBURY. CORN, Saturday.—Messrs W. L. Browue & Co. report — The supply of when6t has been restricted, and business has resulted at unchanged rates. Barley ha.s been more freoty oSered, and a few of the best sampler have changed hands. Secondary quality has attracted no attention. Oats have remained steady in value, flour has been du)I. Duals have met with a good demand at futi rates. Quotations :—01d white wheat 3s 10d to 4s Od per 751bs, new ditto 3s 4d to 3s 6d, old red wheat 3s 6d to 3s 8d, new ditto 3s 4d to 3s 6d, barley 3s 6d to 4s 6d per 701bs. old oats 13s to 14s 6dper 2251b. new ditto 9s 6d to Ils per 2251bs, and peas 11s to 12a per 2251bs. new beans 12s to 13s, old beans 15s to 16s per 2401bs. WHITCHURCH. Friday.—Wheat 3s 6d to 3s 10d per 751b barley 3s 6d to 4s Od per 70 Ibs; oats 2s 6d to 3s 9d per 751bs; eggs 10 to 11 for Is .butter 10d to Is Id per 16oz:fowls3s0dto a6d per couple ducks 4s to 4s 6d oer couple potatoes per measure Os new 6d to 7d per score beef 6d to 8d per :b mutton 7d to 8M per Ib lamb 9d to Od veal 7d to 8d J pork 5d to 7d rabbits Is 9d per couple apples Ad per Ib mushrooms Od to Od per lb, damsons Is 6<t to2a perm OSWESTRY. 4a WEDNESDAY—White wheat per measure, 3s 10d to 49 Od ditto new. Os Od to 0? Od r?ed wh?t old 3a 8d to 3s 10d: ditto new. Os 'OdoaJ' o? 10s Od to 12s Od ditto new. Os Od to Os M? malting barley 14s Od to 17s Od; grindin" barlev Os Od to Os Od; potatoes new 241bsfor Is butter Der!b Is Id to Is ld;beef7;d to8;d mutton 61d to 7d veai 7M to 8d lamb, 9d to 10d .pork 6d to8d; fowls per couple 5s Od to 5s 6d ducks 5s 6d to 6s Od, geese 7s to 7s 6d each. eggs 8 to 9 for Is. WEEKLY CATTLE FAT Wednesdn.y.-This fair held in the Snuthfield on Wednesday, proved to be wen-stocked an especially large number of sheep being on oSer. The sales however were hardly up to the average, and the trade done was hardly as brisk as usual. Prices ranged about as foUows.—Heef made from 6d to 6d per Ib mut- ton 6d to 71d, veal 6d to 7d, and pork pigs 8s per score. LIVERPOOL Provisions.—Cheese, per 121bs. Finest tStates and Canadian, new 36s to 39s, Cheshire new 50s to 60s. Butter per 1121bs. Danish 112s to HTs. States creameries 55s to 75s, Irish creameries 110s to 112s. Irish factorie,98; to 102s. Canadian creameries 96s to 98s. Finest margerine 57s to 60s, medium 45s to 50s, low 32s to 40s. Eggs per 120 Irish hen 7s 6d to 9s Od .Continental 6s 6d to 7s 4d; a"es6 Danish 8s 10d to 9s 6d. Canadian 7s Od to 7s 6d. CATTLE. Monday.—There were a few less cattle in the market, which met with a better demand at slightly higher prices. Sheep and lamb supply about the same as last week. Demand slow and prices again the turn in favour of hnyers. Prices Beef 1st class 6id, 2nd Sld, 3rd 4d Scotch mutton 8t-d to 5M Irish muttou 7d to 5dcer lb. Live weight cattle 1st class 33s 6d, 2nd 28s, 3rd 28s 8d per 1121bs. At market: cattle 1,966. sheep and lambs 11,393. CORN, Tuesday.—Receipts at the Northwest were agaiu heavy, but the visable supply turning out less than expected, counteraetad this to some extent, and the feeling in wheat here became decidedly less depressed. From the commencement of business values improved on better speculative inquiry, the increased demand from miners materially assisting the advance, while the encouraging afternoon cables had a favourable eSect. A firm feeling prevailed on the spot for wheat and there was more disposition to operatce, a good busi* ness being concluded, though the prices realised were M to Id per cental under Friday's eurrences. red descriptions showing the heaviest decline. Californiin options were in better request, December again being mostly inquired for, the market at the c!ose bein" firm, with price,- -ld to Id per cental dearer on the day. Red American futures from the out set disptayed a hardeninc tendency, and after opening 4d her cental higher contin ued to improve, the business being on an enlarged scale final rates being the. highest touched, and niakida- :in al- vance of Id to lid per cental on londay's quota.tion with buyers thereat. E:aAt Indian futures were arm, and in better request, and Mondays decline recovered.
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Sporting News. The C?rewitch Stakes, rnn for????—. Wnl,,tr k et, 0% Wednesday, w&s won by Mr C /T )? r????ket dove. Mr A, Tier's ?cA??'.? D)a?j second, Colonel Lloyd's Count ? &'IyR? the Prince of Wales? FiS H' ??'???- S tbir? four horses competed. Twe? At Woiverha.nTpton (Dnnst.tnp?.? < ? on Monday, the Comptoii Se]lin. H'?ur- ? ???6. ?ee won by Tennia Top. the DnnsS ?)) ??'?S? ScHing F?t R?eby Loo? W ??S Hurdle Handicap by ?ran?r ? Peha.;UPton Steep ech?e by Barrister, ttie S Ii HellIng Steeplechase by Wiil o' the T? ?ndic? Stee Iechase bv NVill o' ? Co? Hu?e Pl.te by Pedlar, .nd ? ??""? ? ??epieeh?' by Norton. P E:chaae The international atMetie contest ) ?.?? ??e b 'd U. een and Ca.mbrtdge U.iiverait.ioa took r')? at Xew ya e on S?turda-y. Lutyens, C?bn?e w? One IJrk r?ce_ Lew? C.?brid?. won tb??? t ? ? and Hor?n. C?mbr.dge. won thoh??i' ?'??'??' and Horan, 110m fl get won t ;U'LJt'IJ1i!e. Yal ?e the 100 yn.rda and 120v?rds-bard' !e??' ,e O!l U J L" ???oo yMds running high jump, p?t ?? ?' jQo runmng long jump, ?nd th?owtn? t?e b???- ,the ?e Y?e men won ei?ht nrsta ?d s?en 'i Meeo tà, fbe Cambridge three nr? .d fo? "Qd annual g?mea of the Amateur \thl? ? ?he '? of C?da took p?ce at Toronto on SJ.-t;rdltloll P ?'?'oa competitors including seTer?t members of tho»i. the don Athtetic Club, who took p?.t in ?i?) ?Mtcoa tests in New York.
FISHING IN THE DEE The great fresh in the Dee thia w.'ek w!!) °? ?"bt be approved by those who hold rod l'c"nc Df dOUbt upper reMhea of the Dee. There ? a.pf.? ,? the u p per reaches of the Dee. There 'I-' a Pi,?n,"i' f'" 61',Pply o salmon in the river, and no doubt th ?Ppiy their way to the upper reaches. In th' tt > WI I find only to be expected that the Ic?at mont'. n?? '? 's season, which close.,i on N?ovetil er ;t.illbked season, which cloaea oh November Ist \n ? ??ed by good result.s. The 6?hermea n.t c Jilt! h' :aa.r"ed and Pa.rk?te, who at thi? pbriod of thj > lay themselves to nmsael 6shmg on th \V? R'oti ?? Bu.ud a.ud D?wpool iiani:, ha.ve ha:l a-; CYle ha-ula. 9.)Od A project is on foot for erectin? <i!u? „ ?? ??e nea.r the Chescer weir, with the object A pr l'1.,ee tides from dowiag over the we:r. mj.i- '?"o? the water above the ?,eir at a. uniform lev j "i'??'? wa.ter a.bove ￼ e the scour of the na.viga.ble cha.nuet b.? '? ? and securing the preveutioti of tt.e po'.n' e t!r. river above the weir. The eati?teje?*t e.} ,tbe of Pa.rli?menta.ry expeusas, ia JE21.890 .¡UliQ At the meedng of the Chester To.v.t (- ? Wednesday, the scheme for the C'Justruc¡c", Oil atuices at the Chester weir at a.u e:;tiU,tted o of JE21,000 wa.s approved. The scheme j- 0 ,t of of an a,gitntion regaLrdiag the Sieged ) juuf?'- ?"' t?he Chester wnter supply. u the
RUTH IN. RuTH? CASTLE.-Mr Joseph Verdi. of ? \?.?,' is residmg a.t Hnthfn Castle, which, v.? the ???' ing. he has leased for the a.nt.timn. MAHRIAGE OF MiS.S WATKtX \Vli.Lm[s'—f)n r". neaday, October 2nd. a.t Pinaer a. f.?v m? "?' Harrow, in Mtddk-?x, the n?rr.ase tj..k ?? ? Arnoid Grea.es H.?nsa.rd, on!y ?o'i of t?-;?. ?'- Septimns Httusa.fd, rent.jr ot Bdthud !r.-?., ?' Gwendolin, on!y daughter of t;io It? H" .? Justice Wa.tkin WUtta.ma a,ad of ? ,1.r Wi l l i ams, Tiie Hut," Pitiner. ?,t.jv Willia.ms, The Hut." Pinner. T??.r' e??.-? °' the bride wa.s well i:owti m N.?rtn W '!?' been, before h's eie.\i.tion u the beu.?' the?'? of rarliameat for D?bigh Eor u?h ?.?, °F'?' L?dy Watkia Wii;iau? resided for "??e.?' Khew!. Ruthm, wnere her i?tdydhip .I dolinwere very u-.eful me.ubeM uf s-.ri?J? ?' W?tkin Williams fr=qaenHv ?ssi.ted -\?? T' being an.exceneut voe?Hat. The ?d..I? to.,k ?'' in the ne?v charch of S-. A:is&teni R?? E'? risin- district: in che pa.nsh of Pir.? it?, 6rst marria.ge solemnised iu the um L i'nce '.na ? lactwasreRMded in the district a. au apP-cp:i:!1t one, inasmuch a.s t.e aervtces to iile L,,di Watkin \VHlia.m and her daughter iLLI bt¡ COD. siderable. The chm\;h was ta.stemiiv the Pinner Fire .Brigade, of which }I Watkin \VII. nams, the bride's brother, M the ea i). iin, ÍGr:Jt1 a guard of honour nt the door i. ;e br'dii Plrt, enured. The serviee was ehor.d. zi,id the bvzung 11 How welcome is the c¡),II," a"ld "Lead ns. Heavenly Fn.therle.td n- we''e sung. The officiating clergv were the 1:'< (Jmr!es V;T..°' M.A., of G30utby, LtBcoin the Rev. C. n M.A., v)CM at the parish, and the Hev. H. W' Wa.lah, M.A. The bride, who was gi \1 away b\ her brother, wa.a attired in a. be.iuuf.1 Jrcss of -WI::tp- sattn, covered wi:u valuabte llonjon tee. the g* of her aunt, Mrs Peter Williams, iiud wore a v; wreath of orange biossoms. The ,bridC:-illld.id:s, dlo-3t:d in pa)e green siik, w:th bl.k '\ud Iongb!ackg)oves. were .he MarySkitb&ck. Miss B,dfonr Hr.v:i ?fotir ?,; JU?I'N ire bride, and daughter uf Mr ,B.t!iour Browne. (..IC.), and Miss English H.trrison ui the Lr .Je) They all w..)re gold k:iot brooche-. with p¿D¡1ant hearts, and curried bouquets of he!it:ope ebrv-dBtbe- mums. the gif:s of the bridegroom. fue best Man was Mr A. 'l'heudo¡ J.s. B.A, Oxford. in con--eq,r:nt:t of the bridegroom being sth! in mourning for ms father, the p.irty Was confi:ied to rei.ives on both sides. Mr= Sepumu? Hana.ii.j )Ma uplble t< attend through il'-he.thh. At the cere- mony. MiEs Roberta, the p!a?ei Mendelssohn's ";ie dngMa.rch."Au"AtHome"WM afterwards held by Lady Wu.tkill \lÜm:; at ,I The Hut," when a la.rge number of gue: .vere present, among those iavi:ed being. Mr a;iJ Mrs W. S. Gilbert. Mr J. \V. Kersha.w, and MH Ke:b:&w, of Rhewl. Ruthin, were among the gue: at the wedding aDd breakfast. The presents were iiumerous and va-luable, and included a number irotu relatives and frienda in North Wa.Iea. Mr :Uij Mrs Arnold Hansard left at 5.15 p.m. for .bnnlm:i.a.ud theu for North Wales on a round of fa.mtiy vhiLS. PETTY SESSIONS, Denton (presiding), Mr J. J. l,t.croft, lir J. Watkin Lnmiey, Captain F. B. 0. Cote, Mr Geo:et BIezard, and Major Sa.xon Gregot: Ettig. The Housebt-eakiii!j <7a.-ff f!< Ll,i.ij'¡an. John Walters, a navvy, wztz3 charged on rem-md with bitt- ing and entering a f:t.rm house c¡!,led Cefnywern. Ijlanetidan, on October lat, midei.' described in last week's .-triartlS(r. The depo'=i::cc* were taken of Ann Wiilia.ms, wife of Price Wiiiiams. tenant of the f.irm, who stated thfi.t she tockcd the hoase up. and went to see a neighbour about ele'e* o'c!ock on the morning of the nrst. H.nd fouDd tht window broken and the ca.serueu: op;:i on her retcm. —Robert Wiina.ms, her son, who !=a: ,;l.1.t the moDey stolen, .E9 10s in gold, was his, a.nd L.1 been leh in a small money box in his bedroom, ai2 i Dilvid Jcnes. laboorer. of Pwil N,dd, who ca.usht tue prisoner :n a field after his long run from Nantclw. J Station. &ad kept his eye upon him till PoI:Mc:?bte '\V:H;aM Jones, of Hn.nfair,mrived. Thiav.rneas foncdtht moaey which the prisoner bad hidden in the cicadof at Pwll Naid, a.nd which a.mounteJ toJ £9 6= l-d. or all that had been of what had been paid for a railway ticket: j Chestci and aixpence. The railway ticket wa.s =,'lIud by DavId Jones at Pwll Naid, in the ,t:ible. w;;=:? he MJ hept the prisoner before the policcnim.Li'ivej. P.C. Jones, who was also exzlinined, said the ur:'oncr. when the money wn.s produced. a.dmi:d the robMry. He gotiuto the tram at ;\ntclwyd, ;j then C¡::l¡;eà his mind. He got out a.nd beg;tn" mn. A' PwlJ Naid is two miles from the 6tatbn. i: :))nai haw T:l the distance before he was caught. IL' iosthia sifoei' near the station. Prisoner was cot:i:tMd to tk his trial at the Quarter Sessions. :J be hollen '< Wrexham on October 18th. Mr Ed%YiLrd KoOeTts prosecuted on behalf of the police. A Donkey Owen. of PenyrhfCj;oH Bontuchel. was nhcd 9=. including co-L". f.r aliowfcp his donkey to stray on the road. Ufèna:l;}r v.ld the anima!, witieh' was twenty-four y.K of 4e. got out of the yard without his Ill.treatmcnt (ii,d .t:!lt'd oj 1,Ure;i.H(i'" Se)ite iwe.-Ar th ur a.:iJ Jllle Houert5. ;¡¡:1,n ¡lIU Wile, of Crispin-yard, Rutb;u, were ch:ir- with havtac wilfully neglected and iM-treated tile ir four chiUiec. Arthur Edward, aged e!even, Isaac J.L:Iles. aged nice, Mary, aged eight, and Eliza. aii:d nv=. Mr Parsons. of Denbigh, pro-ecut(:d on behalf of the RoraJ Society for the Pre,ent:oil of Urn, 1;. to Children. About ten months ago he said. the Society took pro- ceedings against the male defeuda.nt. but he said tMt the fault was his wife's, as she seen: m drink ? tB< money he earned as a hawker. The Hench. thmkm¡; that perhaps the luan had some excuse of tba.t Eort. dischfu'ged him with a caution. Sinca :MB the children had been under the observation ci 'b' Society's inspector, who had frequently ciHH!OMd the parents. Thicps had gone worse icptead of better, hence the proceeding. The uta.n. who lv"s cripple, admitted that he earned 12= t ) 15= a week a a hawker. The woman seemed to be intorn¡':lbI. and he suggested that she shoa!d be sent to gol the case were proved.—John Row!:uids. the Sc-c,e*-Y P' inspector, described the hou.eiu which Lile defe",dilutre Md their children lived, which was practically de-.otd of furniture, and was verv6!:hv. The ebiliren, when he saw them on Peptemb 6:h. were co"eo:d with vermin, and their skin was t. -"ked <l.ll over Wtto a.ttMksof the rarasites.-P.C. J:w..ud Jones con_ nrmed the inspector's statement, and Dr. DvJd Fraser stated that he examined the children, and MW on their bodies weals and mark. of vermin.—Sergeant Edward'.Roberta 8ld t"s male defendant was fairly sober, aud did go ,,bout with his basket. His wife, however, he had seen drunk several times.—The Bench seut the \\ODla,t gaol for three months with hard !abour, and dis- charged the male defendant with the cauHon rhat unless the condition of the children improved o" the absence of his wife, he wouid be severer punished the next time he cime bet'ore the Coart-
CONNAH'S QUAY. ALLEGED EfBEZZLDIEXT.-Åt Mold on IA"?dnes- day John Owen, a man livin,,it the Nine Houses, Conna.hs Quay, was charged with embezzling moneys all10ullting to XI,3 12s Id. the pro- perty of big employers, Messrs. P.u-ker and Cleag. Limtted, aerated water m'lnufa.ctun"r.-lIr b. H. Bra.dley prosecated.—Evideueo \va. by::úr Roberts, Chester, seerottu'v to the ,tiffs, th,.it tnl: defendant had been in their empIjY for about .en months as van sa!es!nan. A ll.,n his dnty W'I" to receive money, and on the IStii A".L:ust. and in July la.st, be received tno "UlllS of 6s antl 2-! respL'L:t-') froH! 3L' Davison. Brickwork, En-loe. ;t)!d w'ucn he had not accounted for to his They "M not ha.dt.ime to the ;t:noant of :hc de- fendant's def-,tlcatloiis. The dcfend.t was in iece!pt of 22s 6d woekty a.nd p,t;tn 'avc evidence n.s to n'resting the defendant at Connah's Qua.y, and on -bc!iu, cx:tr!ed with the oa'enee, he admitted haviug tiken sjmc of it. but not a.n."—The dofcnd.int w.).s Lounnued tiJ! Monday, bni! being a.H(jwed, himself in JE10 a.nd o'' sarety in a skui!a.r a.moant.
r Stating: the it ma.y be H:ud th.it ea.s are not in the ra.ce with Fhiliips'a. PhiHips St-H good tea.: &nd a.re not a.fra.id of sAy:nE; !-o to a.nyonc. These superb tens st.md out in competition anywherp- Addresses, W. PHiLLip; and Co.. Ltd., 1, Town HU1; 13, Hope Stteet, and Cora Exchange, Wrcx- ham. 155t