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Sale by Messrs. Churton, Elphick Sf Co. A valuable FREEHOLD ESTATE, situate at Leeswood, near Mold, in the County of Flint, by MESSES. ÜIIURTO, ELPHICK AND CO. ON WEDNESDAY, THE 14TH OF MAY NEXT, At One for half-past One o'clock in the after- noon precisely, at the BLACK LION HOTEL, Mold, and subject to conditions to be then produced, AL L that valuable FREEHOLD ESTATE, situate in the Township of Leeswood, in the Parish of Moid, in the County of Flint (part where- of was formerly occupied as the Leeswood 'Iron- works), with the fields, closes and parcels of land, and containing in the whole 17 acres 1 rood and 29 perches or thereabouts, but excepting the mines and minerals. The part of the estate not under lease contains about 22 acres 2 roods and 2 perches, and comprisss a Dwelling-house, Office, Outbuild- ings, GG Cottages and Shop, with Gardens, let to yearly or weekly tenaiu.5, at rentals amounting to- gether to £ 327 Is. per annum. The rest of the estate is leased as follows Leeswood New Hall, with the land, outbuildings, gardens and 60 cottages, containing altogether about -5 acres 1 rood and 15 perches, is leased to the Coed Talon Colliery Com- pany, Limited, for a term of 40 years, from the 24th June, ISoS, subject to the yearly chief rent of £ 35. Other portions containing together about 19 acres 1 rood and 31 perches, with two dwelling- houses, stables, outbuildings and land, are leased to the same company for a like term of 40 years, from the 24th June, 1858, subject to the yearly chief rent of £3(;. A Plot of Land, with the Shop, two Cottages and Outbuildings situate nearly opposite the Oakeley Arms Inn, and containing 18 perches or thereabouts, is under lease for a term of 50 years, from Lady day, 1858, subject to the yearly chief rent of 7s. All the Mines and Minerals lying within and under the above-mentioned property and under the Oakeley Arms Inn and the land held therewith, containing 1 acre 2 roods and 37 perches or there- abouts. The property, excepting the mines and minerals, will be first offered as a whole and will be sold subject to the above leases, but with the benefit of the several yearly rents above-mentioned and of the lessees' covenants therein contained, and also subject to the right of the purchasers of the mines and minerals to exercise the powers thereby reserved. If not scM a whole, it will then be offered in the following lots — Lot 1.—(a) Ten COTTAGES and Gardens, con- taining altogether 3 roods and 23 perches, in the occupation of Joseph Lloyd and others, as weekly tenants at a gross rental of £ 42 os. (bj SIGLAN- SEE" HOUSE, now in the occupation of John Norris and Richard Darbyshire, and adjoining Fields, containing altogether about 7 acres and 32 perches, and comprised in the lease to the Coed Talon Colliery Company, at X36 per annum, of which £ 1G per annum is the rent apportioned to this lot. Lot 2.—A Piece of LAND, being the site of the Old Leeswood Ironworks, containing 9 acres 3 roods 7 perches, with the two Houses, Office, and Out- buildings thereon, in the occupation of Mrs. John- ston, who is free of rent, and of Thomas Hughes, at an annual rental of £ 10. Lot 3.—A Piece of LAND and the Remains of Two Cottages, adjacent to lot 2, and situate on the south side thereof, and containing 4 acres 1 rood 27 perches, also comprised in the last-mentioned lease, the apportioned rent being t7 per annum. Lot 4.—A Piece of LAND and 56 Cottages, with the Gardens thereto attached, and Shop, contain- ing in the whole 11 acres 3 roods 12 perches, pro- ducing when let, a gross annual rental of £27-1 16s. Lot .j.-Two COTTAGES, Shop and Garden (nearly opposite the Oakeley Arms Inn), now in the occupation of William Williams and Edward Roberts, and containing in the whole 18 perches, being comprised in the lease for 50 years from Lady-day, 1858, at a yearly chief rent of 7s. Lot 6.—fa) A Piece of LAND, including Leeswood New-hall, Outbuildings, and Grounds, containing 2 acres 7 perches, comprised in a lease to the Coed Talon Colliery Company, at the yearly rent of £:)5, the apportioned rent being X-5 per an- num. (h) Other Pieces of LAND, including Plas- yr-oirtir-house, Outbuildings, and Stables, con- taining 7 acres 3 roods 15 perches, comprised in the lease to the Coed Talon Colliery Company, at the yearly rent of £ 36, the apportioned rent being X13 C) per annum. Lot 7.—All that Piece of Land lying to the southeast of lot 6, and containing in the whole 3 acres 1 rood 8 perches, with the 60 Cottages and Gardens thereon, and comprised in the lease to the Coed Talon Colliery Company, at the yearly rent of L35, the apportioned rent boing £ 30 per annum. For further particulars apply to Messrs. Chalmers and Wade, chartered accountants, 5 Fen wick-street Liverpool: or to Messrs. Simpson and North, solicitors, 1, Water-street, Liverpool. VALE OF CLWYD. COUNTY OF DENBIGH. Sale of a compact and very pleasantly situated FARM in the far-famed Vale of Clwyd, in the Parish of Tremeirchion, about four miles from the Market Town of Denbigh, two and a, half miles from the Cathedral City of St. Asaph, seven miles from the celebrated watering place of Rhyl, and within short distances of several railway stations. MESSRS. CHURTON, ELPHICK AND CO., HAVE been favoured with instructions to SELL BY AUCTION, at the ROYAL HOTEL, RHYL, Ox TUESDAY, THE 27TH OF MAY, 1884, At Two o'clock, in One Lot, subject, to conditions The undermentioned valuable F R E E H 0 L D FARM, known as Rhyd-y-Gwtter," otherwise Sychdyn, with the farm house and buildings, gardens, and fields, belonging thereto, comprising together upwards of Forty-four acres of arable and pasture laud, entirely in a ring fence, in the occu- pation of Mr. Robert Williams. The above property is very pleasantly situate, commanding extreu^jiy fine views, and is surrounded by lands of Sir George Digby Cay ley, Bart., the Rev. G. A. Salisbury, and Mr. John Vausrhan and is bounded on one side by a pretty trout stream the Vale of Clwyd Harriers hunt the district, and there is excellent fishing and shooting in the neigh- bourhood. This Property is situate almost im- mediately under the celebrated Monastic College of St. Beuni. Any further particulars may be obtained on application to Messrs. BOYDELL, TAYLOR AND FLUITT, Solicitors, or of Messrs. CHURTON, ELPHICK AND Co., Auctioneers, all of Chester. Salj3USIN E SSP R E ii S E S, and D VV E L 1,1 f G H 0 USE S, situate at GOLFTYN, near CONNAITS QUAY SANDYCliOFT, in the County of Flint. MESSRS. CIIUUTON, ELPHICK AND CO., WILL SELL BY AUCTION, at the GREEN DBAGON HOTEL, CHESTER, on SATURDAY, THE 17TH DAY OF MAY, 1884, At Two for Thrc o'clock, in the following or such other lots as may bo determined upon at the time of sale, and subject to condidons to be tlien pro- duced, the under-mentioned FREEHOLD P R O P EE T Y vix. LOT I.- All those valuable and extensive BUSINESS PliKMlSES, situate at Golftyn, and close to Connah's Quay. comprising large dwelling- house, with grorer's shop, bakehouse, and other erections, in the occupation of Mr. Peter Ratcliffe, grocer and provi ion iueiv|i»ut, together with five brick and slated COTTAGES adjoining, in the occupation of Hi ury Jones and oihers. Lot 2.—Five MESSUAGES or DWELLING- HOUSES, situate on the north-west side of Phcenix- street, Saudycroft, with yards aud appurtenances belonging thereto, in the several occupations of Jo,ieph .B.-Tht, respective teuants will kindly show the lots, and any further information may be obtained from Messrs. BOYDELL, TAYLOR,' and FLUITT, Solicitors Mr. W. E. BROWN, Surveyor; or the Auctioneers. Messrs. CHITRTON, ELPHICK ROBEEXS and RICHABDSON, all of Chester. Sale by Messrs. Wm. Dew and Son. FLINTSHIRE. Great Sale of Mining Machinery and Working Plant, at the TALARGOCH LEAD MINE, NEAR RHYL. MESSES. WM. DEW AND SON HAVE been instructed to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, ABOUT THE END OF MAY, The valuable and immense stock of PLANT, STEAM ENGINES, &c., at the above-named great Mine. Full particulars of the whole will appear in the future advertisements, and in the catalogues which are now in the course of preparation. Wellfield House, Bangor- FLINT, HOLYWELL AND MOSTYN DISTRICTS. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the General ANNUAL MEETING of the Trustees, under an Act passed in the 26th and 27th years of the reign of Her Majesty Queen Victoria, intituled An Act for more effectually repairing and improving the several Roads comprised in the Flint, Holywell and Mostyn Districts of Roads, and for reviving and extending the powers for the construction of certain new roads, and for other purposes," will take place at the house of Mr. THOMAS ALFRED LAMBERT, the KING'S HEAD HOTEL, in the Town of Holywell, and County of FLINT. on WEDNESDAY, the 28th day of MAY NEXT, at Twelve o'clock at Noon, for the purpose of receiving, auditing, and settling the Accounts of the Treasurer, Surveyor, and others employed in the receipt and expenditure of the monies belonging to the said Trusts, and for transacting such other matters and things as may be necessary. H. A. COPE, Clerk to the Trustees. Holywell, 28th April, 1884. HOLYWELL DISTRICT HIGHWAY BOARD. TENDERS FOR CONTRACTS. THE above Board invites TENDERS for the supply of Materials, &c., for the year ending March 25th next. 0 Forms of application, giving full details, may be had from the District Surveyor, Mr. HENRY JUDD, Well-street, Holywell. Sealed Tenders to be sent into the Office of the Board, addressed to the undersigned, on or before the 5th JUNE NEXT. H. A. COPE, Clerk to the Board. Holywell, May 2nd, 1884. HAWARDEN EMBANKMENT. TO CONTRACTORS AND OTHERS. THE Trustees invite TENDERS for taking down .L and re-building certain Walls and repairing the Sluice at Sandvcroft. Plans and specifications may be seen on and after MONDAY, 5th inst., at my Office, Grosvenor Chambers, Newgate-street, Chester. Tenders to be sent, sealed and endorsed Sandy- oroft Sluice Tender," to me, on or before WEDNES- DAY, the 14th inst. The lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted. J. S. VICKERS, Surveyor to the Trustees. May 1st, 1884. ST. W INEFRIDE'S CONVENT, WELL STREET, HOLYWELL. BOARDING and DAY SCHOOL for Young Ladies. Course of instruction:— Thorough English Instrumental Music Singing (Tonic Sol-fa taught thoroughly) Drawing Painting; Plain and Fancy Needlework. French, taught by Natives. German by Professor Junod. Dancing, Mrs. Edwards, of Chester (Lessons every Friday). HE BOOK OF HEALTH AND REMEDIES JL 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. C D L I .?i & ts 4vj) A L PATENT MEDICINE. I is A L T. H U G H E S PATENT DIURETIC MEDICINE. FOR all Disorders of the Kidneys-indicated by JL Pains in the Loins, Lumbago, violent Head- aches, Pain and difficulty in passing Urine, high coloured and acrid Urine, suppression of Urine and Dropsy. DOSE.—A Wine glassful every night and morning T. TT PATENT ASTHMA MEDICINE. INVALUABLE in Chest complaints generally, JL where there is tightness of the Chest and difficulty of breathing, cc ugh with little or no ex- pectoration,—particulary serviceable in all Asthma tic attacks. DosF,One Tablespoonful when the Cought's troublesome, or when there is great difficulty at breathing. PRICE, 2s. 6D. PER BOTTLE. T. HU G H E 8 HERB AND FRUIT SALINE The most valuable Saline yet offered to the world Thus Saline is prepared only from the PUREST ESSENCES of FRUITS and HERBS, containing NO MINERAL INGREDIENT WHATEVER, and can be taken without the least fear of doing harm by the most delicate Invalid. DosE. -Two Teaspoonfuls, in Half a Tumbler of cold or tepid water, before Breakfast and Tea; somewhat smaller Doses fcr Children. 4W Be careful to use a dry spoon, and keep the bottle tightly corked. PRICE, 2S. 6D. AND 4s. 6D. PER BOTTLE. PROPRIETOR- T. HUGHES, BRYNFORD, HOLYWELL. AGENTS— HOLYWELL—Mr. Joseph Hague, Italian Warehouse. —Mr. Jones (lateF. E. Turner), Chemist. BAGILLT—Mr. Gratton Thomas, Chemist FLINT—Mr. Michael Jones, Chemist and Druggist. MOLD—Robert Williams, Chemist. RHYL—Mr. Davies, Chemist. —Mr. Foulkes, Chemist. CONNAH'S QUAY-Mr. K. Ll. Jones, Medical Hall. LAMPETER—Mr. RoderickEvans, Chemist and Druggist. Sale by Mr. William Freeman. AT WERN, MOSTYN, Situate about One and a Half Miles from the Village of Whitford, and also from Mostyn Station. Important Sale of valuable Cattle, Pedigree Sheep, In-foal Cart Mare, promising Filly, Farm Carts, patent Chaff Cutter, and other Implements, sundry HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, &c., by MR. WILLIAM FREEMAN ON MONDAY, THE 19TH DAY or MAY, 1884, ITTHO is favoured with instructions from Mrs. YY DAVIES (who is removing from Wern), to dispose of by PUBLIC AUCTION, on the above- named premises, the following valuable CATTLE, HORSES, SHEEP, &c., CATTLE :-Six excellent milch cows, and their calves, varying from six to eight week old, all young cows, with 2nd, 3rd and 4th calves, one near calving with 2nd calf, one very promising in-calf heifer, five two-year-old heifers, one two-year-old bullock, 18-months old white bull, six rearing calves. THE SHEEP COMPRISE —Nine pedigree Shropshire ewes and their lambs (mostly couples), four cross- bred ditto and their lambs (three couples). HORSES :-A valuable in-foal mottled bay light cart mare "Lofty," nine years old, very useful and perfectly quiet, and an excellent worker, a very promising twelve months old filly, out of above. Several couples of FOWLS. THE IMPLEMENTS COMPPisa.-A heavy-weight- carrying farm cart, a light Scotch ditto, a neat Alexandra pony drag, Richmond and Chandlers patent chaff cutter, to hand or power, horse-power and connecting straps, two iron ploughs, iron drag, land roller, Weighing Machine and iron sheep cage, sheep rack, cattle ditto, Buckley and stone Pig troughs, various shaft. leading and plough gears, set of brass-mounted pony harness, two side saddles, hay rakes. Pikels and other tools, old iron, &c. THE FURNITURE INCLUDES: -Mahogany sideboard, ditto folding dining table, round oak ditto, kitchen table and shelves, couch, fire screen, sundry chairs, desk, mahogany four post and other bedsteads and mattrasses, chests-of-drawers, dressing tables and washstands, dressing glasses, various pictures, towel rails, crockery, tin and brown ware. Also the useful DAIRY VESSELS comprising: — Cheese mill, ditto press, large oak churn, iron boiler, various milk pots, and other miscellaneous Effects, which may be viewed on the day of sale. Sale to commence at 12-30 prompt. ORDER OF SALE :-Implements, live stock, dairy vessels and household furniture. Auction Office, Red Lion Hotel, Holywell. JUST PLTBLISHED. PRICE, ONE SHILLING. THE ILLUSTRATED GUIDE to, and Popular JL History of North Wales-Illustrated. May be had at the Obse)-ve)- Office. MUSICAL BOXES, Y,3 Os. Od. to Zl 50 Os. Od. BENSON'S MUSICAL BOXES OF SPECIAL MAKE AND QUALITY, AT WHOLESALE PRICES, Patent long playing" Man- doline Tremolo, Piccolo, and Sublime Harmony Boxes, also with Bells, Castagnettes, and Zither accompaniments, and interchangeable Barrels. THE LARGEST STOCK IN LONDON, ON VIEW AT THE STEAM FACTOBY, 62 AND 64, LUDGATE HILL. Illustrated Catalogues Free. p A VIES AND CO. BEG to announce that they have just received a fresh assortment of ELEGANTLY BOUND BOOKS, suitable for Gifts of Friendship, Birthday Gifts, and School Rewards. Also a selection of some of the most popular NOVELS, includ- ing- Two Shilling Novels. Lotte Schmidt. By Anthony Tiollope. The Golden Lion of Granpere. By Anthony Trollope. Old Margaret By Henry Kingsley. The Harveys. By Henry Kingsley. Arthur O'Leary. By Charles Lever. Kenilworth. By Sir Walter Scott. Ivanhoe. By Sir Walter Scott Harold. By Lord Lytton. The Last of the Barons. By Lord Lytton. Pamela. By Samuel Richardson. The Greatest Plague of Life. By the Brothers Mayhew. Arabella Stuart. By James. Guy Livingstone. By Lawrence. Stones of Waterloo. By Maxwell. Owen Tudor. Miss Forrester. By Mrs. Edwards. Frank Fairlegh (2s 6d). By Smedley. Lewis Arundel (2s 6d). By Smedley. An Uninhabited House. By Mrs Riddell. Christopher Tadpole. By Albert Smith. Sixpenny Novels. Sunday under three heads. By Dickens. Sketches by Boz. By Dickens. Oliver Twist. By Dickens. Pickwick Papeis. Dickens. Nicholas Nickleby. Dickens. American Notes. Kick ens. Barnaby Rudge. Dickens. Old Curiosity Shop. Dickens. Devereaux. Lord Lyttyn. Last Days of Pompeii. Lord Lytton Eugene Aram Lord Lytton. Ernest Maltravers. Lord Lytton. Alice Lord Lytton. Peveril of the ileak. Scott. Kenilworth. Scott. Ivanhoe. Scott. Woodstock. Scott Waverley. Scott. Heart of Midlothian. Scott. Rob Roy. Scott. Afloat and Ashore. Cooper. Miles Wallingford. Cooper. The Water Witch. Cooper. Lionel Lincoln. By Cooper. The Prairie. Cooper. Peter Simple. Marryatt Poor Jack. Marryatt The King's Own. Marryatt Rookwood. Ainsworth Tower of London. Ainsworth Windsor Castle. Ainsworth Old St. Paul's. Ainsworth The New Pilgrim's Progress. Mark Twain The Prince of the House of David. The Pillar of Fire. Trials of Margaret Lindsay. By Professor Wilson. Two years before the Mast. By R. II. Dana. The Vicar of Wakefield. By Oliver Goldsmith. The Celebrated Jumping Frog. By Mark Twain. The Jericho Road. A Story of Western Life. Sterne's Sentimental Journey. The Autocrat of the Breakfast Table Just One Day. Caldecott's Shilling Picture Books. The Three Jovial Huntsmen. Sing a song for Sixpence. Elegy on the Death of a Mad Dog. The History of John Gilpin. The Babes in the Wood. The House that Jack built. The Milkmaid. The Farmer'sBoy. A Fi og he would a wooing go. The Fox jumps over the Parson's gate. Toy Books various Is and 6d. Shilling Books. Andersen's Fairy Tales. The May Flower. The Gates Ajar. Stepping Heavenward. The Innocents Abroad. By Mark Twain. Information wanted. By Mark Twain. How we managed without Servants. The Book of Beady-made Speeches. Popular Reciter. Mrs Rundle's Cookery. ALSQ A SELECTION OF FOURPENNY NOVELS. &c., &c" &c, SCRAP BOOKS at various prices. CUT-OUT SCRAPS 1.1 per sheet. BOUQUET and DESSERT LACED PAPERS IIAM HULLS. AT THE "OBSERVER" OFFICE, HOLYWELL. HOLYWELL PAKISH CHURCH. RESTORATION FUND. £ s. d. Amount already announced. 1040 11 6 FURTHER SUBSCRIPTIONS. J Mies Hutton, Esq., Manchester. 5 0 0 A Friend. 0 10 0 Subscriptions will be thankfully received by the Rev. R. O. WILLIAMS, M.A., Vicar, Messrs. JOHN CARMAN and JOSEPH GARNER, Churchwardens, or at the NORTH AND SOUTH WALES BANK, and the NATIONAL PROVINCIAL BANK, Holywell. HOLYWELL PARISH CHUR'CH RESTORATION. WANTED IMMEDIATELY a CLERK OF TV THE WORKS. Applications stating terms, together with the time that will be given each day to the work, accompanied with testimonials, and directed to the Rev. R. O. WILLIAMS, to be delivered at the Vicarage, Holywell, not later than 9.30 a.m. on SATURDAY NEXT, May 10th. Holywell, May 3rd, 1884. CHAIRS WANTED ON HIRE. WANTED immediately, to hire for six months, from 100 to 400 Chairs, for use during restoration of Parish Church. Apply, giving particulars and stating terms, inclusive of carriage to and from Holywell Station, the Rev. R. O. WILLIAMS, the Vicarage, Holywell, Flints. — Pursuant to a Judgment of the Court of Chancery of the County Palatine of Lancaster, Liverpool District, dated the 21st day of APRIL, 1884. IN THE MATTER OF the Estate of WILLIAM PARRY, Deceased, and in an action depending between WILLIAM HENRY EACHUS and others, against JOHN THOMAS EACHUS, the Creditors of WILLIAM PARRY, of Holywell, in the County of Flint, Wine and Hpirit Merchant and Quarry Proprietor, who also carried on ip partnership with WM. FRANK MORRIS, the business of an Ironmongei, under the style of PARRY AND MORRIS," and who died on the 6th day of APRIL, 1880, are by their Solicitors on or before the 7th day of JUNE, 1884, to come in and prove their Debts and Claims at the Office of the District Registrar of the said Court, situate at Number 9, COOK STREET, in the City of Liverpool, in the County of Lancaster, or in default thereof they will be peremptorily excluded from the benefit of the said judgment. TUESDAY, the 17th day of JUNE, 1884, at ELEVEN o'clock in the Forenoon at the said Office, is appointed for hearing and adjudi- cating upon the Claims. Dated this 7th day of MAY, 1884. F. WILLIS TAYLOR, District Registrar. T. & T. MARTIN WEBB & HIME, 48, Castle Street, Liverpool, and 57, Oriel Road, Bootle, Plaintiffs' Solicitors. TO BUILDERS. TENDERS arc invited for works required in f certain alterations and additions to COLESHILL FLINT.—Plans and specifications can be seen at, and tenders to be sent not later than the SEVENTEENTH INST., to the Office of Mr. THOMAS W. HUGHES, Solicitor, FLINT. The proprietors do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any tender. ON SALE. — A remarkably well-built ALEXANDRA DRAG, nearly new, suitable for a pony of 14 to 15 handshigh.—Apply, "F.B." Observer" Office, Holywell. FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TENDER-TWO JC COTTAGES and GARDENS, situate at New Brighton, near the Boot, Bagillt.—Tenders to be sent to Mr. JACOB DAVIES, New Brighton, Bagillt. WANTED a GENERAL SERVANT.—Apply at the '"Observer" Office. APPRENTICE. PARRY AND MORRIS, IRONMONGERS, have a vacancy for a STRONG YOUTH, in the Smith's Shop. HIGH STREET, HOLYWELL. WANTED, a first-class MILLINER, one who can produce city reference, also two young LADIES as APPRENTICES to the millinery and drapery. Must be over sixteen years of age.— Apply to R. LLOYD, Albert House, Holywell. WANTED, a strong active YOUTH as an APPRENTICE to the Ironmongery business, and who is acquainted with the Welsh language, from 14 to 16 years of age.—Apply to E. and A. HUGHES, Ironmongers, Holywell. WANTED a sharp intelligent BOY for the office.—Apply personally or in own hand- writing, to THE NORTH WALES PAPER CO., LIMITED, Oakenholt, near Flint. WANTED, by a Family residing at Manchester, a STRONG, ACTIVE SERVANT GIRL, from 18 to 24 years of age; one accustomed to a Farm-house. A good character indispensable. Good wages.—Apply to W.W. at the Office of this paper. CATTLE FENCING.-For sale 100 STRONG IRON HURDLES, 6 ft. long, with 5 bars and screws for fixing, new, sketch sent. Price, 3s. 8d. each. Carriage paid.-STA-IBY AND Co., 6 Livery-street, Birmingham. TO BE LET, WITH IMMEDIATE POSSESSION SAITHAELWYD, A desirable family residence, situate near Holywell. Grass Land and Shooting, if required.—Apply to H. A. COPE, ESQ., Holywell. TO LET-A nice ROOMY-HOUSE, at 1 Brynford.—Address, BRYNFORD RECTORY. THE COWDALE, HOLWAY.—LEY FOR CATTLE: Good Pasturage and Water. — Apply to Mr. THOMAS ROGERS, Liverpool Arms, Holway. ^HL GREENFIELD HALL LEY for Horses JL and Cattle, will OPEN on May 12th. Terms as before. Payment for the Ley to be made before the animals are taken out. FOR SALE, AT GREENFIELD HALL, FIVE very promising HEIFERS. rpO BE LET, a commodious HOUSE, SHOP X and BAKEHOUSE, well-situated in Station- road, Greenfield. Immediate possession may be obtained.—Apply to Mr. JOSEPH PETERS, Panton Place, Holywell. TO BE LET, HOPE COTTAGE, PENYMAES, A near HOLYWELL, containing two Sitting-rooms, two Kitchens, and five Bedrooms, with out-offices and excellent Garden.—Apply to Mr. EDWARD FOULKES, Well-street, Holywell. THE BLUE RIBBON LIFE, ACCIDENT, MUTUAL AND INDUSTRIAL INSUR- ANCE COMPANY LIMITED.—" The Total Abstainers Own Life Assurance Co." requires Agents, Ordinary and Industrial.—Apply to the Managing Director, Head Office, Colmore Chambers, Newhall street, Birmingham. SHILLING Box OF STATIONERY Containing Forty-eight Sheets Superfine Note paper, Torty-eight Good Envelopes, Black lead Pencil, One Pen and holder, One Stick of Wax, and One Sheet of Blotting Paper, in neat Box, to be had AT THE "OBSERVER" OFFICE, HOLYWELL. MR. W. G. EVELEIGH, L. Mus., T. C., L., HAVING been appointed Organist and Choir- JJL master to the Parish Church, Holywell, is prepared to take pupils in the town and neighbour- hood. Choral Societies and Choirs trained. Terms on application at his residence, Well Street, Holywell. HOP BITTERS. HOP BITTERS. HOP BITTERS. HOP BITTERS. HOP BITTERS. HOP BITTERS. HOP BITTERS. HOP BITTERS. HOP BITTERS. HOP BITTERS. HOP BITTERS. HOP BITTERS. HOP BITTERS. HOP BITTERS. HOP BITTERS. HOP BITTERS. HOP BITTERS. HOP BITTERS. HOP BITTERS. HOP BITTERS. HOP BITTERS. HOP BITTERS. HOP BITTERS. HOP BITTERS. HOP BITTERS. HOP BITTERS. HOP BITTERS. HOP BITTERS. HOP BITTERS. HOP BITTERS. HOP BITTERS. TTOP BITTERS. -LJ- To be c PUREST, BEST, and CHEAPEST MEDICINE EVER MADE. NO DISEASE, or ILL-HEALTH can possible exist where HOP BITTERS are used, so varied and perfect are their operations. If you have nausea, want of appetite, flatulency, dizziness, and feverish symp- toms, you are suffering from COSTIVE- NESS, and HOP BITTERS is the Surest Cure. If your vital forces are depressed, if you have a feeling of general lassitude and weakness, are easily fatigued, perspire freely on going to sleep, are short of breath on every slight effort, and have a general feeling of melancholy and depression, you are suffering from GENERAL DEBILITY, and HOP BITTERS removes it all. If you have a sense of weight or fulness in the stomach: a changeable appetite, sometimes voracious, but generally feeble a morbid craving; low spirits after a full meal, with severe pain for some time after eating; wind rising on the stomach, sour stomach; vomiting and fluttering at the pit of the stomach, and a soreness over it; nausea, headache, or some of these symptons, you are suffering from DYSPEPSIA, and HOP BITTERS will permanently cure you. If you have a dry, harsh, and yellow skin, a dull pain in the right side, extend- ing to the shoulder blade and pit of the stomach; a tenderness ovac the region of the liver, and sometimes an enlargement of this organ: and a sense of tightness and uneasiness in the neighbourhood of the stomach and liver; yellowishness of the eyes; bowels irregular, generally disposed to looseness; a hacking or dry cough irregular appetite; shortness of breathing; feet and hands generally cold; tongue coated white a disagree- able taste in the mouth; low spirits; blotches on the face and neck palpita- tion of the heart; disturbed sleep; heart- burn disinclination to exertion-if you have any of these symptoms you are suffering from LIVER COMPLAINT. and HOP BITTERS will cure you. CLEANSE, PURIFY, AND RICHEN THE BLOOD WITH HOP BITTERS, AND YOU WILL HAVE ON SICKNESS OR SUFFERING. OR DOCTOR'S BILLS TO PAY, )btained of all Chemists and Druggists PAWNING A PAIR OF TROUSERS FOR MEDICINE. JAMESFBAXCIS THOMAS lives in Pontnewydd, near Pontyoop Monmouthshire. He is now twenty-three years of age. living with his mother, a widow. Some eleven years ago, then a mere boy, he went to work in the coal-pit as a miner, in order to assist his mother in rearing her family of little chil- dren. Soon, however, the little fellow broke down in health but the necessities of the family seemed to require it, and he continued to toil in the mines, suffering all the time from the effects of indigestion, an agonising symptom being asthma, in such a troublesome form that the boy was unable to lie in bed. Working through the day, and resting as best he could in an arm-chair during ithe night naturally undermined his constitution. Year by year his health grew worse and worse, until at last, rheumatism came with all its dreadfu agony. One joint after another became swollen and inflamed. so that he was obliged to stop work In this sad plight the now young man was confinedjto the house for two longyears, suffering all that mortal could endure. One physician after another was called upon to treat his complaint, but with no benefit, for the poor fellow continued to grow worse and worse. Hoping to tind some means of relief, a consultation of doctors was held, when it was decided that anorganio disease of the heart existed in an incurable form, and that medical aid could not afford relief. He was given up to die. These years of expensive medical treatment had exhausted the little savings of the mother, and they had no money even to buy the necessaries of life. Butafonamothernever givesup in despair. There was one spark of hope left. Someone had told her of a remedy that had cured so many casom-even when as hopeless as this one seemed to be-and the mother's love went out for her dear boy. But how to get the medicine was the question. Their money was entirely gone. The boy had a new pair of trousers that he had been too ill to wear, had the mother reasoned within herself, If the boy is to die en will not nead them, so that I may as well pledge them for medicine with an effort to save his life." Strange as it may appear, the bottles of medicine procured at the chemist's shop at Pontypool with the money obtained from the pawn- broker effected a cure in this hopeless case, which had been pronounced as incurable. But it is only just to say that if the chemist had known of the wants of the family the medicine could have been obtained without a visit to the pawnbroker. It is now nearly two years since this took place, and young James Francis Thomas has been working in the coal-pit underground ever sinoe, earning extra pay for over-work, which he is able to perform. Of course he never hadorganil disease of the heart, ItS was supposed. The palpitation, rheumatism, and asthma, were mere symptoms of the real disease, which was dyspepsia, or indigestion, for which the remedy was specially adapted. Those who wish to commu- nicate with this young man can write to him at the above address, and he will vouch for the curative properties of Seigel's Syrup, the article thataffecteithiaalmost miraculous cure. The following letter is from a chemist, who thought the facts should be made known :—James Francis Thomas, of Pontnewydd, near Pontypool, age twenty-three, collier, was ill for nine years, unable to do any work for three years, never lay down in bed for nine years, had to sleep in a stooping posture, was treated by nearly all the doctors for miles around, who generally stated his come plaint to be rheumatism and heart disease of a chronic nature, and beyond all power to cure. When hope had nearly died out he was persuaded to try Siegel's Syrup; and to the delight of his relatives and astonishment of his neighbours, after taking half a bottle he could lie down in bed. After taking one bottle he went to work. Has now taken two bottles, and on with the third, and is quite well and strong. His mother is in raptures, and can talk of nothing else but this marvellous cure, and wishes me to make it known. TO OUR CORRESPONDENTS. INDEX reached us too late for insertion in our present issue. It is requested that our correspondents will favor us with reports of local events as soon after their occurrence as possible, so as to ensure insertion of the reports in the next issue. We shall be glad to receive timely intimation of any meetings about to take place. Letters intended for publication should be accompanied by the name and address of the writer, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. We cannot undertake to return rejected MSS. 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