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antth. | BAKER WANTED. Reference required from his last employer.-Apply ,to JONES AND SON, Ruthin Mills. 488h OLLER LEATHER SHAVERS dnd CUTIERS DOWN WANTED.—Apply to John Hossell, Regent-road Tannery, Salford. 450c AGENTS WANTED to sell JEWEL-! LERY. WATCHES, and BIRMINGHAM GOODS. New Specialities! Wholesale Book Post- free,-Appiy Henry May. Birmingham. 480d HOP.-W.inted a Shop, fitted-up for the S Provision Business, in one of the principal streets of Wrexham or Flint.—Address, giving'full particulars, to "Bacon." G uardion Office, Wrexham. DRESSMAKING AND MILLINERY.— 1) Wanted immediately, several Out-door Improvers and Apprentices to the Dressmaking and Milliaetr.— Apply to Messrs Pierce & Herton, Silk Mercers, 11 Vale- street. Denbigh. e PHOTOGRAPHY, J_ WANTED,immediately, an APPRENTICE TV to the above prof .-Iprly to Mrs Jones, 16, Vate-street, Denbigh. C WANTED, a Situation as ENGINEMAN. Age 26. Would go as stoker to begin with. Has had sole charge of Steam Pumping Machinery of a Public Company, who will recommend him.—Add^eggj JOSEPH ROBERTS, 41, Vale-street, Denbigh. 4slo TO ACCOUNTANTS, WANTED, in a small Agency Office in North Wales, a CLERK, competent to assist in collecting the Rents and to keep the Estate Books. He must be a gcod accountant. Preference will be given to a person having knowledge of Land Survering.- Apply to Williams and Wynne, Solicitors, Denbigh. Denbigh. 21st Oct.. 1875. d494 -L r. 1J d. TO LET, the Wine and Spirit VAULTS, Church-street, Llangollen.—Apply to T, Manley,' High-street, Wrexham. 350c AiNC,OLLEN.-To be Let, the ROYAL -J OAK INN. Gocdstabling- if required. Imme- diate possession.—Apply to Mrs EDWARDS, Hand Hotel, Llangollen. 451 o TO BE LET, a Semi-Detached Villa Residence, with garden in front and rear, and containing drawing and dinir.g room, four bedrooms, dressing and bath rooms; with yard and domestic offices. —Apply at Holly Bank, Raabon-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-street, 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 Wii. PIERCE, Cambrian Brewery, Bagillt. 8510c tnhtrs.. WREXHAM, MOLD, AND CONNAH'S QUAY RAILWAY. TENDERS are invited for the erection of a small GOODS SHED at Buckley Station. Flan and Specification may be seen on application. J. BROUGHTON. Company's Offices, Wrexham, Oct. 22nd, 1875. 499 SAINT ASAPH UNION. RURAL SANITARY AUTHORITY. TO CONTRACTORS AND OTHERS. THE Sanikiry Committee of this Union are prepared to receive TENDERS for the con- struction of a Ua)n Sewer in the Parish of Abergelo within their district. The plans, sections, and specifica- tions of the proposed works, can be seen on application at the office of the surveyor, Mr George Bell, of Kininei- street, Rhyl, daily from 10 till 4. The [contractor wFl be required to give security for the due performance of the contract. Tenders to be sent to me on or before Wednesday, the 10th day of November next, on the form provided and to be endorsed Tender for Sewer- age Works." The committee do not bind themselves to .accept the lowest or anv Tender. By Order, FRANCIS WYNNE, Denbigh, Clerk. 21st October. 1875. d453 frstosmm's hhrrSSts. WINTER FASHIONS. EDWARD SMITH is now prepares! to show a large and varied Stock of New -Goods in the following departments, to which he respectfully invites attention:— MILLINERY AND DRESSMAKING. Silks Hosiery and Gloves Shawls Ribbons Jackets Laces, Ties, &c. Waterproofs Flannels and Blaoeets Fancy Dresses I Linens Costumes Calicoes Skirts Haberdashery A Special Purchase of all-Wool French Cuirasso Cloth for Dresses in all the New Shades at Is 6d and Is 9d per yard, worth 2s and 2s 3d. A Large Assortment of Mourning Goods always in stock. 26, High-street. d497 [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 excellenr quality of former years is fully main- tained. The most delicate taste of connoisseurs will be gratified by the superior character of some of the INDIAN TEAS which have arrived, resembling, as before remarked, the old CHOICE KAISOW-SO highly appreciated by consumers of the finer classes of TEA. 7he 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 ofimperiar Qualities, at the moderate Prices at which all Families who comply with our Tenns-viz.Vet Cash on receipt and approval of Goods-have a perfect right to obtain their supplies. While we are well arcare that all consumers of Tea and Coffee study their own interest by purchasing at our Establishment—toe, nevertheless, tender sincere thanks to our numerous Customers for their constantly increasing support and extensive recommendation; and they may rest assureet that all ordr., entrusted to w« trill 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 Souchong Flavonr).oS. Od. The Very Fine CONGOU (Pekoe-Souchong kind).Is. Sd. Fine CONGOU (Strong Ankoi kind) 2s. 4d. Strong CONGOU (Souchong Mnd) 2s. 0d. 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 (tinder bond-duty free).- Our strict personal attention to this department fthe business for many years has secured to us a considerable amount of Foreign Trade, Your obliged and faithful Servants, JgLLIS J^AVIES & COMPY., Tea, and Coffee Salesmen, 44, LORD-STREET, LVERPOOL. 425 EXTRAORDINARY CURE OF A COUGH. Her Majesty's Gun Boat, Netley.' Wick, North East Coast of Scot- land.—Dear Sir,—Having had a most distressing cough which caused me many sleepless nights and restless days' I was recommended, by his Lordship the Earl of Caithness, to try your most invaluable B,alsam of Aniseed, and I can assure you with thg. Arst dose X found immediate relief; even without "havfag to suspend my Tanons duties and the first small Bootie completely ented me, therefore I have the greatest confidence in fully recommending it to the million. Most respectfully yours, W. Liraell, H.M.G.B. I Netley.To Mr Powell." Powell's Balsam of Aniseed can be had of all Chemists. In Bottles at Is lid and 2s 3d. Warehouse, Blackfriars Boad, London. Ask for II Powell's Balsam of Ani- see&" Üõe c





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