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PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. A GRAND BAZAAR AND SALE OF FANCY WORK WILL DE HELD IN THE (' NEW ASSEMBLY HALL, HOLYWELL, During the first fortnight of the month of JUNE, 1884. The proceeds to be devoted to the purchase of the Freehold and the renovation of the ENGLISH CONGREGATIONAL CIIAPEL, Holywell. Contributions will be thankfully received by REV. OWEN THOMAS, M.A., PASTOR. MR. HENRY JUDD, TREASURER. ME. THOS. H. WATERHOUSE MR. P. HARDING ROBERTS J 03' Further particulars will shortly appear. H APRIL, 1884. 1Íia: LIVERPOOL & MOSTYN. +, — The fast-sailing steamer "SWIFT SURE," ROBERT LOWE, Master; Fitted up specially for the station, will ply between LIVERPOOL & MOSTYN, leaving North end f the Prince's Landing Stage, and Mostyn (weather permitting) with libertv to tow, as under:- DATE. From LIVERPOOL. From MOSTYN. 10 Thursday 8 0 a-m 11 30a.m 11 Good Friday 9 0am 1 30 p.m 12 Saturday 0 0 a.m 1 30 p m 14 Monday (B. Holiday) 9 0 a.m 2 30 p.m 15 Tuesday 0 0 a.m 2 30 p.m 16 Wednesday 9 31 a.m. 3 0 p.m 17 Thursday 10 30 a.m 3 30 p.m 18 Friday 11 30 a.m 4 30 p.m 19 Saturday 2 30 p.m 21 Monday 5 30 p.m 8 Op.m 22 Tuesday 8 30 a.m 23 Wednesday 4 30 p.m 24 Thursday 10 45 a.m 25 Friday 8 30 a.m, 12 0 noon 26 Saturday 8 30 a.m 12 45 p.m 28 Monday 9 Oam 1 15 p.m. 29 Tuesday 9 0 a.m 2 Op.m 30 Wednesday 10 Oam- 3 16p.m EXCURSIONS: Good Friday 11th, 12th and 14th (Bank Holiday)—Liverpool to Mostyn and Back—Six days' Return Tickets issued.- Fore Cabin, 2s 6d. After Cabin, 3s. 21st—Mostyn to Liverpool and Back—Fares—Fore Cabin, 2s.; Bridge Deck and Cabin, 3s. Heavy Goods received at Chester Basin, near St. George's Baths, for Mostyn Daily at 8 30 to 10 0 a.m. and as under- April 5th, 8 a.m. to 10 a.m.; 9th, 12 noon to 3 p.m.; 15th, 12 noon to 3 p.m. 18th, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. 22nd, 11 a.m to 2 pm. 26th, 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.; 30th, 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. FARES-FORE CABIN, Is. 6d. AFTER CABIN, 2s. 6d. RETURN SAME DAY, 2s.0d. 3s. 0d. Light Goods received at Prince's Landing Stage an hour before the time of sailing. The Steamer not to be held responsible for non-sailings. Steamer not accountable for damage or injury to Horses. Carriages, or any Live Stock. Goods when landed are entirely at the risk of the consignees. Passengers taken on board and landed at New Brighton on notice being given to the Pier Master there. Tickets not transferable. Children Six to Twelve, Half fare. Special arrai gements for Pic-nic, School parties, &c. Refreshments on Board. A 1..11{ Rosst fdail Steamers to UNITED STATES & CANADA. FROM LIVERPOOL. .?OLYNESIANFOB HALIFAX & PORTLAND.. Apr. 10 TT A^FIAN FOB QUEBEC Apr. 17 I R^0VERIAN Fon HALIFAX & BALTIMORE Apr. 22 SARMATIAN FOB QUEBEC Apr. 24 AUSTRIAN. FOB QUEBEC Apr. 24 PARISIAN .FOR QUEBEC 1 OCEAN RATES: Saloon, 12 TO 21 GUINEAS Intermediate, J67 79. STEERAGE, £4 4s. Through tickets at special rates to Chicago, and to all points in the Western States and Canada. OW The best, quickest and cheapest route fr MaDltoha and the Great North West is by the Mail Steamers of this Line. Quebec to Winni- peg only £ 2 8s. by the New Route of the Canadian Jfacitic fiailway. ASSISTED PASSAGES to HALIFAX are granted to GENERAL LABOURERS, MECHANICS, &c., for X4, and to AGRICULTURISTS, AGRICULTURAL LABOURERS, and FEMALE DOMESTIC SERVANTS for L3 and Through to Inland points in Canada at Special Rates. 4W Passengers landing at Quebee, Halifax or Portland and going inland are accompanied on the Railway by the Company's special conductor. PAMPHLETS on Canada and Manitoba and the Western States free on application. Full particulars from ALLAN BROTHERS & CO., OR TO- JAMES STREET, LIVBBPOOI THOMAS BALES, Eyton Terrace Flint. REDUCED FARES TO AMERICA. BEAVER LINE. j Weekly Sailings from LIVERPOOL & Q-JKKNSTOWN I STEERAGE FARE, P,3 10s. Od. L TO QUEBEC, BOSTON, OR NEW YORK. SALOON FARE TO QUEBEC OR MONTREAL, £10 10s. Od. I* Assisted Passages to Canada, Z3. g Passengers booked to all parts of an-ada and United States at Low Rates. |u to°r ^Ur^cr Particulars, and to secure Berths, apply h R. w. ROBERTS, Manager, Canada Shipping Co., O r to 21, Water Street, LIVERPOOL, P" RT-TMPTIREYS, 8, Derby Place, Hook Road, ChaPel Terrace, Bagillt; ROBER/r fniros' 35' Vale Street> Denbigh; ERT JONES, <• Visitor" Office, Abergele. E. HUGHES, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANT, OLD ANTELOPE HOTEL WELL STREET, HOLYWELL. WINES AND SPIRITS, OF THE FINEST BRANDS, IN CASKS OR BOTTLES. AGENT FOR- WORTHINGTON'S UNEXCELLED BURTON ALES, D'ARCY'S DUBLIN STOUT, Which can be obtained in 9 gallon casks for the convenience of private families. BOTTLED ALES AND PORTER. Immediate delivery of orders guaranteed. LLIANCE ASSURANCE CO. A 0. SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL, t5,000,000 (Of which £ 550,000 is paid up). FIRE RESERVE FUND UPWARDS OF £ 500,000. CHIEF OFFICES: BARTHOLOMEW LANE, LONDON, Chairman SIR MOSES MONTEFIORE, BART., F.R.S. ecretary ROBERT LEWIS, ESQ. WELSH BRAN C H: HIGH STREET, WREXHAM, Chairman THOMAS BARNES, ESQ. Fire Insurance of every description transacted on moderate terms. For Prospectuses and other infor- mation, apply to the above Office, or to any of the Agents of the Company. E. LLEWELYN LLOYD, Secretary, Wrexham. ESTABLISHED, 1854. EVANS, RICHARDS & CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GENERAL DRAPERS, UPHOLSTERY, CARPET, & MANCHESTER WAREHOUSEMEN, LONDON ROAD, LIVERPOOL. MOURNING OUTFITS, FUNERAL UNDERTAKERS. IN consequence of their continually increasing Country Orders, both Wholesale and Retail, EVANS, RICHARDS & Co. have made special arrangements in order to more fully develop that department of their trade, and are now in a posi- tion to execute all Country Orders with economy, promptitude, and despatch. Orders amounting to 21 and upwards, are forwarded, Carriage Paid, to all parts of North Wales. TEEMS—CASH BEFORE DELIVERY. ESTIMATES GIVEN, PATTERNS SENT POST FREE ON APPLICATION. EVANS, RICHARDS, & Co., have much pleasure in announcing that they have, in view of the coming season, made very extensive CASH PURCHASES of all the leading Novelties from LONDON and PARIS, and the undermentioned Departments are replete with new and fashionable goods, offering decided and genuine bargains throughout:— SEALSKIN MANTLES, LACES. FUR-LINED CLOAKS, SCARFS, FUR CAPES, RIBBONS, JACKETS, OUTFITTING, BONNETS, TRIMMINGS, HATS, GLOVES, COSTUMES, HOSIERY, SILKS, CARPETS. DRESS MATERIALS, CURTAINS, FLANNELS, BEDSTEADS, DRAPERY, BEDDING, BLANKETS, &c., &c., &c. SHIRTS, EVANS, RICHARDS AND CO., LONDON ROAD, LIVERPOOL. N S 0 N ) S W O R K\M A N S SILVER ENGLISH LEVER. p- £ 5 5s. OD. SPECIALLY MADE TO KEEP PERFECT 0 TIME. gTAND ROUGH WEAR and LAST A LIFETIME. IN ALL SIZES. CAPPED, JEWELLED, and ALL LATEST IMPROVEENTS, Delivered safe and free to all parts on receipt of Y,5 5s. Od. BY J. W. BENSON, THE STEAM FACTORY, LUDGATE HILL, LONDON, E.C. Illustrated lists of Watches from £ 2 2s., to £ 200 free. Agents, Secretaries of Societies, foremen, and others, required to establish Watch Clubs "for the BRYANT &. MAY'S MATCHES PAINTING. PLUMBING, GLAZING, GAS FITTING & PAPER HANGING. Established, 1838. PIERCE LLOYD & SON, HIGH STREET, HOLYWELL, EESPECTFULLY thank their numerous customers for their past favours, and beg to solicit a continuance of their patronage. ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. Experienced Workmen kept in all Branches of the Trade. ESTIMATES GIVEN FOR EVERY DESCRIPTION OF WORK. MARBLE & LIMESTONE QUARRY, PANTASAPH, NEAR HOLYWELL. MONUMENTS, TOMBS, HEAD STONES, GATE POSTS, WINDOW SILLS AND HEADS, STEPS, COPING, (fee. MONUMENTS AND TOMB STONES, &c., In Granite and Foreign Marble. IMPERISHABLE METAL LETTERS. PRICES ON APPLICATION TO- A LANGDON, ST. WINEFRIDE'S HOUSE, Aft WELL STREET, HOLYWELL. LPG'S ARMS HOTEL STABLES, i' HIGH STREET, HOLYWELL. EXCELLENT ACCOMMODATION FOR I ÊNTIRE HORSES FOR THE SEISOH. Sjjtwjious macadamised Yard and every convenience. p JAB. AINSCOUGH, « T EF1 ¡ 1' X '1. tt. l' ".A. R D. '> t JOHN HOLMES, GENERAL DEALER. WHITFORD STREET, HOLYWELL, BEGS to thank the public for the support he has received since he has taken over the above business and to intimate that he is still open to buy HORSES, COWS, CALVES, SHEEP AND DONKEYS, either dead or alive, for which he will pay full value, and will fetch them from any distance up to TEN MILES round Holywell. N.B.-Letters or Telegram promptly attended to. V NOTICE. MR. MAURICE, SURGEON DENTIST, OF CHESTER, WILL ATTEND IN FUTURE AT NO. 4, BANK PLACE, HOLYWELL, Second and last Fridays of every month. Next VitJt Thursday, the 10th of April. V ESTABLISHED, 1812. '0'- PROCTOR AND EYLAND, ORIGINAL MANUFACTURERS OF PREPARED BONE MANURES, FOR ROOTS, CORN AND GRASS, ALSO, SUPERPHOSPHATE OF LIME, -'0'- Woitn-CHESTER AND BIRMINGHAM. :0:- Detailed List, with particulars of Prizes for Roots offered in 1884, post free. AQENTP :— Mr. James Russell, Brimstage, Birkenhead. Mr. William Lea, Cranage, Holmes Chapel. Mr. Henry Manley, Aston, Nantwich. Mr. J. J. Bancroft, Ruthin. Mr. Godfrey Parry, Llanaaintffraid, Corwen. Mr. Joseph Lloyd, Miller, St. Asaph. Mr. T. W. Davenport, Corn Merchant, Wrexham. Mr Griffiths, Cross Keys, Chirk. Mr. George Cross, Sandiway, Northwich. Mt. William P. Jones, Ironmonger, Mold. Mr. Peter Jones, Corn Merchant, Halkyn, Holywell. Mr. A. H. Thompson, Sandbach. 4 Mr. William Jones, Ifcnt Gwilym, Bodfari, Rhyl. M;«jrs J. and E. Jones, Brynsion, Oaerwys, HolywelL Mr«. '^art Roberta. Taaritiw, Grow, Denbigh. Vbbn Hughea, Llewelyn Terraae, Uunwst. ') f V BEETROOT V SKIN DISEASE IN DOGS. SPI?CATTIS PATENT MEAT "FIBRINE" VEGETABLE DOG CAKES (WITH BEETROOT). SINCE WE REVOLUTIONISED the mode of DOG FEEDING over twenty years ago by introducing MEAT DOG BISCUITS we have been constantly experimenting with the view of still further improving our celebrated PATENT MEAT "FIBRINE" DOG CAKES, More especially with the view of obviating the objection raised to all Meat Biscuits-viz., the want of sufficient vegetable matter in them. We found by frequent experi- ments with all kinds of vegetables, that beetroot was the only one which retained its vegetable properties under the great heat of biscuit baking. BEWARE OF WORTHLESS IMITATIONS! SEE EACH CAKE IS STAMPED "SPRATT'S PATENT" AND A "X." DOG MEDICINES AND DOG SOAP. Full List and Pamphlet on Dog Diseases, Post Free. SPRATT'S PATENT, BERMONDSEY, S.E. ONE OF THE BEST OF ALL ALCOHOLIC STIMQUNTM, BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL" ON WHOKT The under-mentioned Castle Grand" Whiskies have been selected feOM Wa: A Gilbey's Stock of 10,000 Butts, as the choicest specimens of old Scoldk aaZ IåIb Whiskies. lULl Castle GRAND" SCOTCH WHISKY) **■» Fine Highland Malt Whisky Very old 10 per cent under proof ) Catlo GRAND" JRSH WHISKY j Fine Dublin Malt Whiifcy Very old 3/6 49/ lo wer ceftt under proof '}) WtA Bottle should bear W & A Gilbey's Gold Lajfcl and Capmle with) Vtomt Seal on Cork as in margin, and Signature side of Cork thus— | Q ■ K HTJUKO FROM W & A GILBEY'S AGEKTS-|i: EVERY T JVU m THE UKlIED KIIKUi 11 ■ RENOWNED kEMr-DIES. ? IIliTTf Is p 1 ||Mg,' TT-fr jy i JiL J HOLLOWAYS P VDINTMENT THE PILLS Purify the Blood, correct fH Disorders of the LIVER, STOMACH, KIDNZYS, AND BOWELS. They invigorate and restore to health Debilitated Coiwtltutions, and are invaluable in all Complaints incidental to Females of all ages. For Cfi^&ec and the aged they are priceless. THE OINTMENT b an infallible remedy for Bad Legs, Bad Breasts, Old Wounds, Sores and Ulcers. It is famous for Gout and Rheumatism- FOR DISORDERS OF THE OW407 IT HAS NO EQUAL. FOR SORE THROATS, BRONCHITIS, COUGHS, COLDS, Glandular Swellings, and all Skin Diseases it has su, rival; and for contracted and stiff joints it acts like a chara. Manufactured only at THOMAWAY'S Establishment, 78, NEW OXFORD STREET (late OXFORD STREET), LONDON, And are sold at is, l^d., 2s. 9d., 4s. 6d., iu., 22s., and jy. each Box or Pot, and may be had of all Medicine Vendors throughout the World. H;B,—Advice Gratis, at the above address, iailft foftrwa thf hoars of 11 and 4, or by lettor. V NOTICE. ONION OF HOLYWELL. SCHOOL ATTENDANCE COMMITTEE FOR THE PARISHES OF CAERWYS. OILCEN. GWAENYSCOR. HALKYN. LLANASA. NANNERCH. NERQUIS. NEWMARKET. WHITFORD. TSGEIFIOG. NOTICE IS JJ.ERBY. givf^ y ace to [ 'Blstxiuu* aiat j 1.—The above School Attendance Committee have (subject to the approval of the Education Depart- ment), made certain Bye-laws in pursuance of the powers given to the School Attendance Committee, by section 74 of the Elementary Education Act, 1870, as amended by the Elementary Education Acts, 1876 and 1880. 2.—A printed copy of the proposed Bye-laws will continue deposited for inspection by any Ratepayer at the Board-room, at the Holywell Union Work. house, .being the Office of the School Attendance Committee, for One Month from the date of the publication of this notice. 3.—At the expiration of the said month the said proposed Bye-laws will be submitted to the Educa- tion Department for approval. 4.—The School Attendance Committee will supply a printed copy of the said proposed Bye-laws gratis to any ratepayer. Dated this 21st day of MARCH, 1884. E. J. DAVIES, CLERK. WhE LONDON AND WESTMINSTER J- SUPPLY ASSOCIATION, 4A, DEANE-STREET, LIVERPOOL. Beg to call attention to the GREAT REDUCTION IN THE PRICE OF PROVISIONS. Owing to the downward tendency of the markets they have been enabled to make considerable reduction in every department. INE DEPARTMENT. WINE DEPARTMENT. Special consigment of the CELEBRATED CHAMPAGNE "V IN DU SALON," At 30s. per Dozen Quarts. ILLUSTRATED PRICE LIST JL ON APPLICATION. CARRIAGE PAID ON ORDERS OF £ 2 AND UPWARDS. THE LONDON AND WESTMINSTER SUPPLY ASSOCIATION, 4A, DEANE-STREET, LIVERPOOL, LIVERPOOL, Near St. John's Market. ^f)RUDENTIAL ASSURANCE COMPANY 1 (LOOTED), HBAB8,>E. C. ..i Every description of Life Assurance and Annuity Business transacted.—Reversions purchased. The amount of Claims paid exceeds Five Millions. The invested Assets exceed Three and a half Millions. Whole World Licenses granted to Sea- men and others permanently engaged on board ship at an extra premium of JE1 per cent. Limited Licenses for voyages not exceeding beyond 33 degrees north latitude, 10s. per cent. The last ANNUAL AND VALUATION JRKPOETS can be obtained on application to the Secretary AGENTS IVANTED Apply to the Superintendent for Flintshire and Denbigh. CHAS. BLACKMORE, 22, Edward Henry Street, Rhyl; or to GEO. PHILLIPS, 30, Mumforth'street, Flint. 30, Mumforth'street, Flint. ^IPORTANT TO BUTTER MAKERS. SAVES TIME, LABOUR AND MONEY! TOMLINSON & CO'S BUTTER POWDER I (ESTABLISHED 25 TEAKS.) FOR PRODUCING GOOD BUTTER ALL THE YEAR ROUND. THIS Powder produces superior Butter at all seasons of the year, Firmer, Sweeter, and in less time than by any other process. It entirely removes all unpleasant flavour of Cake, Turnips, Mangolds, Dead Leaves, Wild Garlic, &c. A little put into the Milk will greatly increase the yield of Cream. Brings Butter in a few Minutes at all Seasons. This Powder is perfectly harmless, and when it is used the Butter will keep twice the length of time than when made without it, or with any other preparation. Sold in Boxes, 6d., Is., 2s. 6d., and 7s. 6d. sample Boxes, the Is., 2s. 6d., and 7s. Gd. sizes sent, Parcels Post Paid, on receipt of amount in Stamps. Sole Manufacturers,— TOMLINSON & HAYWARD, LINCOLN. TESTIMONIAL. From. Mrs. HACKSTT, Hall gate's Farm, Cropston, Leicestershire. I have used Tomlinson & Co's Butter Powder in my Dairy for more than 19 years, and have seldom been without a supply during that period. I always use it when Butter making, and tod it answer every purpose it is recommended for. It removes all strong tastes from the Butter caused by Cows sating Turnips. Cakes, Mangolds, Dead Leaves, or Bitter Herbs, it also greatly shortens the time of Churning, making I it a pleasure when it would otherwise be a labour and when this excellent Powder is used, I am assured the Butter is firmer, sweeter, and better than when made without it during I all seasons of the year. In hot weather it is invaluable. ..r:t''J:1 THE BLOOD IS THE LIr t KE. S WORLD FAMED 1Dm_'à_JL TRADE MARK.—"BLOOD MIXTURE." THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER AND RESTORER For cleansing and clearing the blood from all impurities cannot be too highly recoiamendqd. For Scrofula, Scurvy, Skin Diseases, and Sores of all kin It is a never-failing and permanent cure. It Cures old Sores. Cures Ulcerated Sores on the Neck. Cures Ulcerated Sore Legs. Cures Blackheads, or Pimples on the Face. Cures Scurvy Sores. Cures Cancerous Ulcers. Cures Blood and Skin Diseases. Cures Glandular Swellings. Clears the Blood from all impure Matter, From whatever cause arising As this mixture is pleasant to the taste, and from anything injurious to the most delicite constitution _of either sex, th! Proprietor solicits sufferers to gne it a trial o test its value. Thousands of Testimonials from all parts. old in Bottles 2s. Gd. each, and in Cases, containing six times the quantity, lis- caoh—sufficient to effect a permanent 1 ore in tbe great majority oi lonur-staitdint; ''ascs through-jut the world, or sent on receipt of 30 or 132 stamps by TBS LINCOLN & MIDLAND COUNTIES DRUG CC Wholesa e All Patent Medicine Hosnes. TO CONTRACTORS AND OTHERS. THE HOLYWELL LOCAL BOARD are pre- pared to receive TENDERS FOR WATER- ING the undermentioned Streets, viz.: -High- street, Well-street, Cross-street, Whitford-street, Bagillt-street (to the Mardyr). Halkyn-street (to the County Court), Coleshill-street (to the Savings Bank), Brynford-street, Chapel-street, New Road, Greenfield-street (to the Top Factory) and Penyball- street to the Baptist Chapel), between the 17th day of APRIL INSTANT, and the 17th day of AUGUST NEXT. And also for CARTING THE SCRAPINGS off the Streets to 41 glace to be provided by the^^j frazu t«g LTFCB day of APBZL lite iftli day of APRIL, i885 inckteive, the Soaping* to be the property of the Contractor. The Board are also prepared to receive a separate Tender for Watering the Streets as above, and a separate Tender for Carting the Street Scrapings ab above. Tenders to be Rent in to me, addressed to the Office of the Local Board, on or before 10 o'clock, on SATURDAY, the 12th day of ApRIL INSTANT. The Board do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any Tender. By Ord-r: WILLIAM DAVIES, Clerk to the Board. Board-room, 2nd April, 1884. THE ST. WINIFRED /ERATED WATER COMPANY, LIMITED. 70 be Incorporated under the Companies Ads' i86z to 1880. Capital ^3,000 in 3,000 Shares of £ 1 each, Payable 2S. 6d. on Application, and 7s. 6d. per Share on allotment, and the Balance if required in Calls at illten/als of not less than three months. DIRECTORS: ENOCH LEWIS, Esq., Mostyn Quay, Mostyn. JOHN PRICE, Esq., Liverpool. SAMUEL JONES, Esq., Holywell, North Wales. G. MAELOR EVANS, Esq., The Strand, Holywell. EDWARD JONES, Esq., T.C., Birkenhead. BANKERS THE NORTH AND SOUTH WALES BANK LIMITED, HOLYWELL. SOLICITORS Messrs. P. M. EVANS AND R. J. WILLIAMS, HOLYWELL. AUDITORS Messrs. ROOSE. PRICE & Co., NORTH JOHN STREET, LIVERPOOL. SECRETARY (PRO TEX). ^PLLIAM XJJOMAS COLE. REGISTERED OFFICE .-—HOLYWELL, > NORTH WALES. PROSPECTUS: This Company is formed to take over and carry on an established and extensive Mineral Water Manufactory, situated in Holywell, North Wales, together with plant, machinery, and all the necessary appurtenances for the successful and profitable pro- secution of this business in all its branches. Of late an enormously increased demand has sprung up for high-class non-alcoholic beverages, and as much depends on the nature of the water from which such beverages are manufactured, this property is eminently calculated to maintain and extend the good reputation it already enjoys for the excellence of its products, the water used being that obtained from the Holy Well, at Holywell, North Wales, and which is admitted by scientific opinion to be the equal of, or superior to any other spring in the principality. Owing to the increasing demand above referred to, an increase in the Stock-in-Trade is necessitated, and also additions to machinery, involving a small outlay of capital. The property, which is leasehold for 21 years, renewable at expiration, has been obtained on most advantageous terms, and the vendor retains a con- siderable interest in the concern. The purchase consideration for the Good Will, Stock, Horses, Carts, Machinery, Lease, Cases, Hampers, Bottles, etc., on the premises and in customers' hands is One Thousand and Fifty Pounds. Besides the trade already established, steps have been taken to insure a large connection in Liverpool, Manchester, Chester, and other populous centres. The Company's manufactures include Lemonade, Ginger Ale, Soda, Potass, Seltzer, Lithia' W, aters, and Cordials. The only contract entered into is one dated November 24th, 1883, between R. JONES (the Vendor) and P. M. and R. J. WILLIAMS, acting for and 01 ixiiau of the Company. Applications i (. sVnr< m the form herewith will be recciveu bv :tlt i>nkors ab i Secretary of the Company. iVo-m an 1 ;r plication forms can be obtained from :he Bankers, and Solicitors, and Copy of the Contraot oan be seen at the Registered Office of the Company. r | 'HE BOOK OF HEALTH AND REMEDIES X or Medical Treatment simplified. Send full details of your case, and the Book giving the Special Remedies that will restore you to Health, with medical advice, free of charge, sent on receipt of two stamps.—Address, SECRETARY, Institute of Anatomy, Birmingham. A WONDERFUL MEDICINE. BEECHAM'S PILLS Are admitted by Thousands to be worth a GnEA A BOX for Bilious and Nervous Disorders, such as wind and pain in the stomach, sick headache, giddiness, fulness and swelling after meals, dizziness and drowsiness, cold chills, flushings of heats, loss of appetite, shortness of breath, costiveness, scurvy, blotches on the skin, disturbed sleep, frightful dreams, and all nervous and trembling sensations, &c. The first dose will give relief in twenty minutes. This is no fiction, for they have done it in thousands of cases. Every sufferer is earnestly invited to try one box of these Pills, and they will be ieli, nvledged to be WORTH A GUINEA A BOX.. For females of all ages these Pills are invaluable, doses of them carry olf all gToss humours, open an o ti s, and bring about all that is required > to eaua be without them. There is no medicine to equa BEi.CHAiTS PILLS f^X^hedirection, to s iund and r^us* health di and all disorders I• ;»r a -weak stomac ,?MAGIC," and a few doses will be ft- -eJ' Anders upon the most important organs in thp'hu^n machine. They strengthen the whole muscular the loUg loSt comI,lexl'm' bnn £ back the keen V edtrc of appetite- an<^ arouse into action with the KOSEBUD ofWth the whole physical energy of l|ie human frarne- Tli' se are ".FACTS" admitted by Taou.s.vids. embracing all classes of society, and one of the best guarantees to the nervous and debilitated is, BLEOHAM'fS PILLS have the largest sale of any patent medicine in the world. BEECHAM'S MAGIC COUGH PILLS As a remedy for Couglis in general, asthma, difficulty of breathing, shortness of breath, tightness and oppression of the chest, wheezing. &c., these Pills stand unrivalled They speedily remove that sense of oppression and difficulty of breathing which nightly deprive the patient of rest. Let any person give BF.F.CHAM'S COUCli PILLS a trial, and the most violent eougli will in a short time be semoved. CAUTION.—The public are requested to notice that the words "BKF.UHAM'S PILLS, St. Helens." axe on the Govern- ment Stamp affixed to each box of the Pills. If not on, they are a forgery. Prepared onl A sold wholesale and retail by the pro- prietor. T. I!, >:n. Chemist. St. Helens, l^m-^hire, U* boxes at Is. lid. and 2s. (»d. each. Sent poftk** proprietor, for 15 or ;•'« stamps. Sold by all Diuggists a)ia Patent Medicine Dealers in Wales. N.B,-Full directions are given with each box.