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Msmtcfr. WANTED immed ately.-N.URSE GIRL, » from 13 to 14 years of age.—Apply, Mrs S. LORD, 24, Water-Street, Rhyl. 465b WANTED, by a Good Laundress, a SITUATION, where an Under Laundress is kept.—Apply to Mas THOMAS, The Green, Brymbo. 468b "OOLLER LEATHER SHAVERS and Jd/ CUTTERS DOWN WANTED.—Apply to John Hossell, Regent-road Tannery, Salford. 450c HOP.-Wanted a Shop, fitted-up for the Provision Business, in one of the principal streets of Wrexham or Flint.—Address, giving full particulars, to "Bacon," Guardian Office, Wrexham. TkRESSMAKING AND MILLINERY.— JLP Wanted immediately, several Out-door Improvers and Apprentices to the Dressmaking and Millinery.— Apply to Messrs Pierce & Horton, Silk Mercers, 11 Vale- street, Denbigh. e PHOTOGRAPHY. WANTED, immediately, an APPRENTICE to the above profession.—Apply to Mrs Jones, 56, Vale-street, Denbigh. c W;a Jd. TO LET, the Wine and Spirit VAULTS, Church-street, Llangollen.—Apply to T. Manley, High-street, Wrexbam. 350c ANGOLLEN.-TO be Let, the ROYAL JLJ OAK INN. Good stabling if required. Imme- diate possession.—Apply to Mrs EDWARDS, Hand Hotel, Llangollen. 451o TO BE LET, a Semi-Detached Villa Residence, with garden in front and rear, and containing drawing and dining room, four bedrooms, dressing and bath rooms; with yard and domestic offices. containing drawing and dining room, four bedrooms, dressing and bath rooms; with yard and domestic offices. —Apply at Holly Bank, Ruabon-road, Wrexham. 435 TO MILLERS AND OTHERS. TO LET, The Mill Inn, Cefn Mawr, also the Cefn Mill, which is in good repair and a plentiful supply of water from the canal.—Apply to T MANLEY, High-streer, Wrexham. 349e A GOOD OPPORTUNITY FOR CAPITALISTS. TO BE LET OR SOLD privately, the well-accustomed House of Business, near the Station, called Dinorben Arms Hotel, Rhyl. Furniture to be taken at a valuation, and possession may be bad at once.—Apply to Mr WM. PIERCE, Cambrian Brewery, Bagillt. 8510c FARM TO LET. TO BE LET, by TENDER, from the 2nd February next, the FARM, at Gwersyllt, now in the occupation of Mrs Jones, containing about 30 acres. The owner does not bind himself to accept the highest or any tender. A plan of the farm and copy cf agree- ment may be seen at the offices of Messrs Williams and Kyrke, Mining Engineers, Corn Exchange, Wrexham, to whom tenders are to be sent on or before the 1st of November next. 472o [ANNUAL CIRCULAR], 44, LORD-STREET, LIVERPOOL. Season 1875-6. THE present Season's arrivals of FINE TEAS from China are again exceedingly large, while the exceltenr quality of former years is fully main- tained. The most delicate taste of connoisseurs will be gratified by the superior character of some of tke INDIA TEAS which have arrived, resembling, as before remarked, the old CHOICE KAlsow-iso highly appreciated by consumers of the finer classes of TEA. the unparalleled success which has marked the pro- gress of this Business from year to year is the result of our practical knowledge of TEA, and of the exercise of preper care in the selection of Stock, which enables us to sell TEAS and COFFEES of superior Qualities, at -the moderate Prices at which all Families who comply with our Terrns-viz., Net Cash on receipt and approval qf Goods-have a perfect right to obtain their suppKes. JVhile we are well aware that aR consumers of Tea and Coffee study their ov:n interest by purchasing at vur E3tablishment-we, nevertheless, tender sincere thanks to our numerous Customers for their constantly increasing support and extensive recommendation; and they may rest assured that all orders entrusted to ut will continue to have our prompt personal attention. The following qualities are well worth special notice:— Per lb. The Choicest KAISOW TEA .3s. 6d. The Extra Fine SOUCHONG (Choicest) 3s. 4d. First-class CONGOU (Rich .Sonchrmg Flavour).?#. Od. The "Very Fine CONGOU (Pekoe-Souchongkind).2s. Sd. Fine CONGOU (Strong Ankoi kind) 2s. 4d. Strong CONGOU (Souchong kind) 2s. Od. All Goods for the Country are despatched punctually on <"the day following receipt of Orders. English Families and Others residing abroad may rest assured of our continued care in the prompt execution of FOREIGN ORDERS (under bond-dntj ?free).- Our strict personal attention to this department of the businessfor many years has secured tous a considerable amount of Foreign Trade, Your obliged and faithful Servants, JgLLIS JQ4VIES & £ J0MPY., Tea and Coffee Salesmen, 44, LORD-STREET, LVERPOOL. 425 NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. It is requested that all communications be addressed to JONES AND LAMKAN, Guardian Office, W-rexham.