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REDUCTION OF POSTAGE ON NEWSPAPERS. IN consequence of the Reduction in the Bate NEWSPAPER POSTAGE We have adopted the following REDUCED SCALE OF CHARGES, IF PREPAID Yearly Subscriptions Od Half Yearly ditto 10s Od IF ON CREDIT: Yearly Subscriptions 12s Od Half Yearly ditto 6s Od Post Office orders payable to BA YLEY AND BRADLEY, WREXHAM. bales by Auction. SALES BY MESSRS. BAUGg & JONES. A flractivc Sale of valuable Household Furniture, Piano- frte Library of BMIS, Feather Beds, Bad and other Linen, plated Goods, Glass, China, Earthenware, and the remaining Outdoor d: other Effects, at RHYDDYN, near Flintshire. MESSKS. BAUGH and JONES have been favoured j?t \nth instructions from the representatives of the late Samuel Poole, Esq., deceased, to offer for SALE by <rrr!0\ at Rh'ddyn, aforesaid, on MONDAY, TfES n.Y Md WEU?ESDAY, the 20th, 21st, and 22nd days of Jn'lr\ IS73 the whole of the very valuable & modern HOUskHULO FURNITURE and other Effects, com- nrisine dining, drawing, and bedroom suites, in rose- wood walnut, and mahogany; cottage pianoforte in rosewood, library of books, feather beds, bed and other linen, plates, prints, and water colour paintings neatly framed and glazed, pier and other glasses, Brussels and other carpets, together with the usual kitchen aud culinary utensils and other miscellaneous articles; alo the remaining Out-door Effects, compris- ing garden r >Uer, lawn mower, small ditto, garden seats and galvanised iron and wire chairs, greenhouse plants, flower standards, swing boat used on river below house about 20 measures of wheat, corn sacks, planks also a handsome chestnut mare, by Goojerat, crossed by Salpinctes black filly, rising three, by Tom Steel, and an excellent four-wheel drag, basket ditto, two-wheeled Coburg carriage, pony and harness, excellent in-calf cow (near calving), valuable laastiff bitch with two. whelps. DetAtle I catalogues may be had on application to the Auctioneers seven days prior to the Sale (if by post, on receipt of a stamp.) On view each morning of sale at ten o cloc,k. By the kind permission of the General Manager, the trains le-iving Wrexham at 9-35 and 12-15, and the return train at 4-30 will stop at Bridge End Station, Caergwrle. which is within three minutes walk from Rhyddyn, for the convenience of parties attending the sale. Sale to commence most punctually at Eleven o'clock each day. 35g SALE AT TAN Y LLAN, RUABON. MESSRS BAUGH & JOES hue been instructed l' hv Mr John Jones, who is giving up housekeep- ing to offer for SALE BY AUCTION, on the premises at Tan y Ilan, Rualoon, aforesaid, on Friday the 24th day of January, 1873, the whole of his HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and other Eff cts. For particulars see bills. Sale at one for two o'clock. 109r Sate of .four Stacks of Prim,! Upland Hay and Clover, and R!J (irast, at Mynydd Bychan, Hope, Plintshire.1 TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION BY MESSRS BAUGH  AND JO?E?. upon the preTuses at Mynydd Bychan, ne:tr Tyn y Cyffin, Ffrih, on Monday the 27th day of January, 1873, at one for two e'clock prompt, the under-meiitioned Stacks of Hay, and Clover, and Rye Grass- LOT 1.—Stick of prime Upland HAY, about 11 tons, the growth of 1871. LOT 2.-Stack of CLOVER and RYE GRASS, about 7 tans, of the growth of 1871. LOT 3.— Suck of prime Upland HAY, about 40 tons, of 1872 growth (got in capital condition.) LOT 4.-Stack of CLOVER and RYE GRASS, about 30 tons, ditto, ditto. Mr R. Michael, of Vron Farm, will shew the Lots, and for further particulars apply to the Auctioneers. Mynydd Bychan is within one mile from the Blue Bell, Ffrith, aad half-a-mile from Pontybodkin Gooes Station, on the Tryddyn, Mold, and Chester Railway, and clo.e to the Llanfynydd and Brymbo and Wrexham Railway. 118r PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. SALE OF FAT STOCK AT THE GOLDEN LION INN, ROSSETT. MESSRS BAUGH AND JONES beg to announce Hi. that their next Sale of FAT STOCK, at Rossett, will be held on MO.VJAY, the 27th day of January, 1873. STOCK ALREADY ENTERED: Several Fat Beasts A lot of Prime Fat Sheep Several Fat Calves Several Fat and Store Pigs Particulars next week. Sale at Two o'clock. 127a Iii EQUITY. IN THE COUNTY COURT OF DENBIGHSHIRE, HOLDEN AT WREXHAM AND LLANGULLEN. WILLIAMS v. ROBERTS. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION (pursuant to a decree JL m?te in the above cause), with the approbation of the Registrar of the said Ccurt, by M KSSRS BAUGH' AXD JO.VKS, (the persons appointed by the said Re- gistrar), at the Grosvenor Arms, Penygelli, on Tuesday the 2th day of January, 1873, at four o'clock in the afternoon, precisely, in one lot, subject to conditions of iale, settled and approved by the said Registrar- All those three M iSSUAGES with the gardens and appur- tenances thereunto belonging, situate at Penygelli, near Coedpoeth, in the parish Wrexham, in the county of Denbigh, and no. or late in the occupation of Mr Thos. Jones, late of Sant Mill, and others. The conditions will be produced and read at the time md place of Sale, and further particulars may be had of k. H. RElO, E ill., Registrar of the said Court, or of Mr ftiwi'iiuEYs, Solicitor, Wrexhant, of the Auctioneers, 31' at the place of Sale. 64r SALE AT MARCHWIEL, NEAR WREXHAM. MESSRS BAUGH & JONES have been instructed by UrDunbabin, who is changing his residence to SELL BY AUCTION on his premises, at Marchwiel tforesaid, on Weduesdiy, the 29th Jan., 1873, the whole at his IMPLEMENTS, in Husbandry, Dairv Vessels, and part of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, and other Effects. Sale at one for two o'clock. nOr DESIRABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY IN KING- STREET, WREXHAM. TO be SOLD BY AUCTION, by Messrs BAUGH i. Md JUNE?, at the Wynnstay Arms Hotel, Wrex- ham, on .MONDAY, the 10th day of February, 1873, at Four o'clock in the afternoon, in the following or such other lots as shall be agreed upon at the time of sale, md subject to conditions to be then and there Rroduced- L<>T 1. All that MESSUAGE or DWELLING- HOUSE, with the Yard and Appurtenances thereunto belonging, being No, 15, and situate in King-street, in the town and borough of Wrexham, in the county of Denbigh. and now in the occupation of Mrs Hinson. LOT 2—All those Two MESSUAGES or DWELLING- HOUSES, with the Yards, Gardens, and Appurtenances thereunto belonging, being Nos. 12 and 13, in King- rtreet, aforesaid, and near to Lot 1, and now or late in the occupations of Miss Bayley and Mr Evan Morris. For further particulars apply to Mr J DEVEREUX PUGH, Solicitor, Wrexham; Messrs FINCHETT, MAD- DOCK, MOSS & SHARP, Solicitors, Chester: or the AUCTIONEERS, Temple-place, Wrexham. 119G SALE BY MR PAKRY. THE VICARAGE, PENLEY, FLINTSHIRE. MR PARRY has been favoured with instructions from the Rev. R. Spoonley, who is leaving the neighbourhood, to SELL BY AUCTION, on SATURDAY, January 25th, 1873, the whole of the valuable out-door and various other effects, including a very handsome brown Cob, 14 hands 2 inches, rising five years old, fast, and steady in harness ditto Bay Mare, about fifteen hands, exceedingly fast, in foal to st. Clair two sets of Silver Mounted Harness, Saddlery, Clothing, Fashionable Waggonette, by Stokes, Liverpool, with moveable cover, equal to new; Spring Cart, with Plated Lamps Prize-liquid Manure Cart, with patent spreader, by Baker Compton, quite new. A varied assortment of Garden Tools and requisites, three light Cucumber Frame, Plants and Pots. Hives of Bees. Two capital young Guernsey Cows (for early profit), pair of Yearling Bullocks, Pure-bred Alderney Heifer Calf, Milk Vessels, &c. The Sale will commence at One o'clock precisely. Catalogues may be obtained one week prior to the ■*ala, from the Inns at Penley Bowling Green, Over- ton; Bridgewater Hotel, Ellesmere; or by enclosing "tamps by Post from the Auctioneer, Ellesmere. 96a SALE BY MR A. FOULKES. BRYN YR EOS, LLANGOLLEN ROAD STATION, NEAR CHIRK. On Monday, January 20tft, 1873. SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, STORE PIG, &c., &c. MR A. FOULKES respectfully announces that he iTI. is instructed by Mr John Evans, whe is giving up housekeeping, to SELL BY AUCTION, on Monday, January 2:1tb, 1873, the sale to commence at twelve for One o'clock, the whole of the HOUSEHOLD FURNI Tlf RE, comprising capital eight day clock, square and round oak, and other tables, half-dozen home made chairs, one single ditto, child's rocking chair, corner and "ther cupboards chest of drawers, four post and tent bedsteads, feather and other beds, paliasse, bed linen, blankets and counterpanes, carpet bags, sundry prints funned and glazed, looking glasses, tea trays, knife box, quantity of knives and forks, china tea service, shelves, Plates, dishes, and sundry crockery, chimney ornaments, lot of jars, tin cases, kettle and iron saucepan, clothes :md other baskets clothes maids, iron stand, fenders, Are irons, 3 pair brass candlesticks, 3 iron candlesticks Ulmers gas lamp, benches, axe, saw, pick, spade, wheel barrow and garden tools, lot of early kidney potatoes a,, a quantity of red ditto, pig trough, store pig. Cafn Cottage. Rhosymedre, Ruabon. JdIl. 11th, 1873. 65r Sales by Auction. SALE BY MR. THOMAS DEAN. MOLD, FLINTSHIRE. Important Sale of valuable Freehold Land and Houses, comprising the residence known as" Bromjiæltl H all 11 the Old Hall," a pair of semi-detached Cottages several other Cottages and Gardens, and upwards of 17 acres of Land, tole Axt- with the Coals and other Minerals, under upwards of 25 acies of Land. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, by Mr THOMAS JL DEAN, at the Black Lion Hotel, Mold, on TUESDAY, the 11th day of Febi uary, 1873, at Three for Four o'clock p.m. punctually (unless previously disposed of by private treaty), in the following or such other Lots, and in such order as the agents of the vendor may determine on at the time of sa le, and subject to such conditions as will be then produced. Lot 1. A pair of very neat and convenient semi detached DWELLING-HOUSES, known as "Needham's Cot- ages," with the gardens and other appurtences thereto belonging, oa the east side of and fronting the Mold and Wrexham turnpike road, close to the town of Mold, containing 30p. or thereabouts, in the occupations of Mr John Mould and Mr John Collins. Lot 2. A very spacious, well-arranged RESIDENCE, near the above, known as Bromfield Hill," replete with every convenience, approached by a carriage drive, with the excellent stables, coach and harness houses, and other erections thereto, shrubbery, plantation, flower and kitchen gardens and orchard, a tenement known as the Old Hall," excellent accommodation land, large well stocked fish pond, &c., entirely in a ring fence, and aontaining in the whole 6a.. lr. 4p. or thereabouts. Immediate possession may be had. Lot 3. Six well-built COTTAGES and yards, situate in Bromfield-row, fronting the road from Mold to the Bromfield Colliery, containing 12p. or thereabouts, and occupied by John Williams, Edwin Williams, David Davies, John Foulkes, Joseph Shampkin, and one un- occupied. Lot 4. Two COTTAGES, with good gardens thereto belong- ing, situate on the opposite side of the last-mentioned road, containing 2r. lOp. or thereabouts, and in the occu- pation of Robert Morris and Richard Simon. Lot 5. The following pieces of LAND, situate near to and partly adjoining Lot 4, part of which heretofore formed the site of the surface works known as the Bromfield Colliery, situate within about seven minutes' walk of Mold, &c.:— A. R. P. Colliery bank, with offices, build- ings, and site of branch railway and tramways, &c. 5 1 2 Bart of colliery field and Bryn-y-ci 3 2 21 Part of Bryn-y-ci 0 18 Ditto ditto 0 2 15 Ditto colliery field 0 2 5 Total. 10 1 11 Together with the chimney stack, stables, offices, workshops, and other erections thereon (except the machinery and the three engine houses, two weighing machine houses, engine beds, and boiler sealings, which have been sold for removal), and together with the valuable FREEHOLD COAL, CANNEL, IRONS I ONE, and CLAY MINES under the principal portion of the said pieces of Land and under Lots 2 and 4 and other adjacent land, containing altogether 25a. Or. lOp. or thereabouts, and the three shafts sunk thereon. This Lot offers the neuclus of a good colliery, as, besides the valuable unwrought minerals it contains, a large area of adjacent minerals can be leased and worked from the pits already sunk; or, the buildings mav, at little expense, be converted into cottages, a considerable portion of the laud utilised for, or sold off as, building sices, and the minerals let on royalty to some of the adjoining collieries. The shafts contain valuable pumps and pitwork, which as well as the underground rails and plant in the above freehold portion of the late Bromfield Colliery, will of course belong to the purchaser. Auy further information may be had from Messrs. KELLY, KEENE, and ROPER, solicitors, Mold Messrs. WALKER and SMITH, solicitors, Chester; or from the Auctioneer, Mold. lOOe SALES BY VIR GRIFFITHS. STOCK SALE. GRIFFITHS'S AUCTION MART, WREXHAM. MR GRIFFITHS respectfully announces that he tTiL. will SELL BY AUCT1"N, on THURSDAY, the 30th day of January, 1873, in his Mart, situate as above, A magnificent Lot of Fat Cattle Ditto Sheep and Lambs Ditto Fat and Store Pigs Ditto Calves Sale at Two o'clock prompt. 62d SALE BY MR. LOVATT. LOCAL BOARD OF THE BOROUGH OF WREXHAM. TO be SOLD by AUCTION by Mr LOVATT, on L THURSDAY, the 30th January, 1873, a large quantity of MANURE, derived from the sweepings of streets, the cleansing of drains, privies, and ashpits, and house refuse, as now deposited in the yard of the said Local Board, in the Holt Road, divided into 18 lots of about 35 tons each. Sale at Four p.m. Further particulars may be had on application to the Local Surveyor, at his office, in the Guildhall; or to the Auctioneer, Old Swan, Abbot-street. JOHN JAllES, Town Clerk. Town Clerk's Office, Jan. 10, 1873c 79c SALE BY MESSRS. BICKL, RTON & HILES. I IN LIQUIDATION. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. GOBOWEN NEAR OSWESTRY. TO TIMBER MERCHANTS, BUILDERS, CONTRACTORS, AND OTHERS. IMPORTANT SALE of BUILDING MATERIALS, J_ timber, planks, a large quantity of flooring and utner boards, portable steam engine, circular saws, bench, bands, &c„ joiners' benches, morticing machine, with chisels complete, scaffolding planks, tressels, &c., carts, gigs, and other out-door effects, on the premises of Mr William Hudson, Bu lder, &c., Gobowen, which Messrs BICKERTON and HILES will Sell by Auction on, Monday, January 20th, 1873. Particulars in future papers. 43b Public and Legal Notices. FIRE AT MARFORD. 16th January, 1873. To the Editor ofhe Wrexham Advertiser. S IR,-Will you kindly permit me through the me* dium of your valuable paper to thank the members of the "Prince of Wales Volunteer Fire Brigade" and those kind friends and neighbours who assisted in ex- tinguishing the fire on my Farm at Marford, on Tuesday last. Though all worked well, the Brigade must have my special thanks, both for their prompt attendance and strenuous exertions in extinguishing nd preventing the extension of the tire. I must also express my obligations for the service tendered by Mr Harvey in carrying the alarm to Wrexham. I am, sir, Yours respectfully, THOMAS WOOLRICH, 104r Marford Hall. ONE POUND REWARD. w HEITEAS, some evil disposed person did, on Thursday night last, break the Office Window of Mr John Jones, Solicitor, Wrexham, with a stone. XI reward will be given to any person who will give such information as will lead to the conviction of the offender. 12Sr FIRE AT MARCHWIEL. FIFTEEN POUNDS REWARD. WHEREAS on FRIDAY night last, a Fire broke out VT in the stack yard of Mr Bradshaw, Pontyffrwd, Marchwiel, and is supposed to have been the work of a female incendiary, the above reward will be paid to any person giving such information as will lead to the con- viction of the offender. 115a TO ARCHITECTS. BRYMBO SCHOOL BOARD. N OTICE-The Brymbo School Board having to erect two new Schools, one at Vron and one at Bwlch- gwyn will at their next Meeting, proceed to appoint an Architect. Gentlemen desirous of the appointment are requested to send in their applications, containing Terms, &c., not later than the 27th instant to me, JOHN JONES, Solicitor, Wrexham, 1st January, 1873. Clerk to the said Board. 3 ELLESMERE AND WREXHAM TURNPIKE TRUST. OVERTON DISTRICT. OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a meeting of the 1. Trustees of the above Turnpike Roads will be held at the Bowling Green Inn, Overton, in the county of Flint, on Saturday, the 8th day of February next, at twelve o'clock at noon, for the purpose of apportioning the monies remaining in their hands, after the discharge of all the liabilities of the Trust, among the Highway Districts and other Highway Divisions to which the said Roads now belong, and on other business connected with the winding up af the affairs of the Trust. Dated the 8th day of January, 1873. KYFFIN U. SALTER, 75r Clerk to the Trustees. Public and Legal Notices. TOWNSHIP OF BRYMBO. ELECTION OF A MEMBER To Fill a Vacancy in the School Board. NOT ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,  ELECTION of a MEMBER to fill the in the School Board for this Township will take Place on the 4th day of February, 1873. 2.-That the number of persons to be elected as members to fill the vacancy in the School Board is one. T m£ ? ai t any two ratepayers may nominate any one person of full age, but no more, as a candidate, by sending to or delivering at my office, 10, Temple Row, Wrexham, a nomination paper The nomination paper must be dated and subscribed by the two ratepayers, and must contain the Christian names, surnames places i of abode, and descriptions of the subscribers, and of the candidate nominated. No nomination paper will be received after four o'clock in the afternoon of the 24th day of January, instant. 4.-That public notice will be given of the list of candidates on or before the.25th day of January, instant. That any candidate may be withdrawn by delivering at my office, 10, Temple Row, "Wrexham, not later than four o'clock in the afternoon of the 28th day of January instant, a notice of withdrawal signed by the candidate' Mid addressed to the Returning Officer. 5.-Notice of the boundaries of the polling districts' and of the number and situation of the polling places, will be published an or before the 31st day of January, instant. Each votor must vote in the polling district in which bhe property in respect of which he is rated is situated; ind if it is situate in more than one polling district., in my one of such polling districts. 6.-That the poll shall be open from 12 o'clock at noon to 8 o'clock, p.m. 7.-Every ratepayer in the Township is entitled to rote in the Election. 8;—The voting shall be by an official voting-paper, which shall be in the following form, or in a form similar, viz. —————.————^i OFFICIAL VOTING PAPER. given Christian Name, Surname < Vote ? My) given description and place of P° anF c^ndldate» must description and pla.-e of entered opposite his abode of each Candidate. I name. ( A. I < B I c.I:I:I: &C I &c.t. I } Voter ) Street, Lane, or place in I which Property for which the Voter aP_ pears to be rated is situate. Voting-papers will be supplied at the polling places. 9.-That in this Election each voter has one vote, which he may give to one candidate. Dated this 14th day of January, 1873. JOHN BURY, -Returning Officer. 10, Temple Row, Wrexham. lOlg Entertainments and Meetings. WORKING MEN'S INSTITUTE. SATURDAY jgVENING JgNTERTAINMENTS Chairman for to-night :-JOHN JONES, ESQ. CHAIR TO BE TARElf AT EfGHT P.M. For particulars see programmes. 1960a WREXHAM DISTRICT TEMPERANCE LEAGUE. THE A NNUAL j^ £ EETING Of the above League will be held in the TOWN HALL, WREXHAM, On MONDAY, Jannary 20th, 1873. J. B. GOULD, Esq., United States Consul at Birmingham, THE REV. F. WAGSTAFF (Agent to the League), And other Gentlemen will take part in the Meeting. The Chair will be taken at Eight o'clock by W. H. DARBY, ESQ., PRESIDENT. Doors open at half-past Seven o'clock. A collection will be made in aid of the Funds of the League. 66g GREAT PUBLIC LIBERAL DINNER IN MOLD. GIVEN by the LIBERAL party in Flintshire to their Representatives THE RIGHT HON. LORD RICHARD GROSVENOR, M.P. SIR ROBERT A. CUNLIFFE, BART., M.P. ON WEDNESDAY, 22nd JANUARY, 1873. Tickets Three Shillings each, to be had of the Hon Sec., or at the Bar of the Star Hotel, Mold. Dinner on the Table at six p.m. R. KYFFIN JONES, 21r Hon. Sec. TOWN HALL, WREXHAM. For One Night Only, FRIDAY, January 24th, 1873. MATTHEWS BROTHERPS MONSTRE TROUPE OF CHRISTY MINSTRELS. Doors open at 7.30. Commence at 8. Carriages at 10 Prices—2s. 6d., Is., and 6d. Tickets at Miss Bayley's. 98a AN ORGAN RECITAL WILL be held at the Parish Church, Wrexham, on MONDAY evening, 27th inst., at a quarter-past Seven o'clock, when selections from Handel, Haydn, Mendelssohn, Mozart, &c., will be performed Mr BELL, Chester Cathedral Choir, will sing Solos from the Messiah" and the Elijah." 121g E. B. SIMMS, Organist. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. CEFN CHORAL UNION. PERFORMANCE of the MESSIAH in the Baptist r Tabernacle, Cefn Mawr, on Tuesday, the 18th day of February. Band and Chorus of upwards of 50. Prices of admission:—Ga lery-Reserved seats, 5s; second seats, 3s; back seats, 2s; area, Is; family tickets to reserved seats, two for 9s; three for 13s five for 20s. 60r "Y gwir yn erbyn y byd" "A laddo a leddir." COEDPOETH EISTEDDFOD, ON GOOD FRIDAY, 1873. A Prize of £3 is offered by G. O. Morgan, Esq., Q.C., M.P., for an Essay in English or Welsh, containing the best suggestion for providing rational recreation for the working classes of England and Wales. Complete list of subjects, &c. to be had by sending two penny stamps to JOSEPH JONES, Smith, Coed- poeth, Wrexham. 114g PIANOFORTE TUNING. MR SENIOR, Resident Pianoforte and Harmonium Tuner and Repairer. Forty years professional practice has enabled him to give the greatest satisfaction to all who have favoured him with their commands. Instruments tuned singly or by the year on the most moderate terms. Old Grand Pianoforte, by Broadwood. on Sale-a Bargain. 38 MOUNT-STREET, 2117e WREXHAM. 1 —————————- Education.- MRS MOLE purposes re-opening her School on iTi. TUESDAY, the 28th inst. Yspytty Cottage, Wrexham.. 105r A Beneficed Clergyman, an experienced Graduate, receives PUPIL BOARDERS at twenty-eight guineas per annum.—Address, for particulars, Delta, 13, Bridge-street Row, Chester. 89e CAE HENDRE SCHOOL, OSWESTRY. MRS MOSS, HAVING entered upon her New Residence, situated ..pleasantly in Pool-road. in the outskirts of the ;own, would be glad to receive a few Young Ladies, as BOARDERS. School will RE-OPEN on THURSDAY, Fanuary 23rd. References permitted to the Rev. T. Gasquoine, B.A. who kindly conducts the half-yearly examinations), T. llinshall, Esq., C. Minshall, Esq., Dr. Beresford, S. Wynne Thomas, Esq., J.P., and J. Sides Davies Esq. 103a GROSVENOR Rea, WREXHAM. BOARDING AND MY SCHOOL FOR YOUil (G !I MY TW OOL FOR  Co2~ed 'by Mr' Miss wiuo& MASTERS attend. Terms and referenew m on application. 8cbool duties will be resumed on THURSDAY, January 30th. 5ie M'R. EDWIN JJARRISS, Member of the London College of Organists, OrganU? ef St. Mark's Church, Wrtxham, Choir Master of the Wrexham Deanery Choral Association,: Professor of Music and Singing at the Wrexham grammar School, Profdosor of- Singing at Grove Park School, Professor of Music and Singing at Miss Burman's Academy, Farndon), WILL RESUME his Professional duties on MON. VT DAY, February lsL, Mr HARRISS, in answer to many enquiries, has irranged to visit Ruabon and Oswestry once every Ireek. The Hermitage, Richmond, Surrey, January 13th, 1873. 90c INSrRUCTION ON THE ORGAN, &c. MR G. F. GREAVES (Private Organist and Pianist 1M. to Sir W. W. Wynn, Bart.) begs to inform his ftipils in Wrexham that he will resume Lessons after ihe 22nd instant, and that he has arranged for the use )f a large Organ in Wrexhm. b'2e 3LWYD BANK COLLEGIATE SCHOOL, RUTHIN. Principal: Mr ROBERT ELLIS, (Late of Regent's Park College, London.) Ptipils thoroughly qualifed for Commercial Pursuits. THE classical and mathematical course is so con- JL ducted as to prepare Pupils for matriculation at ;he London University, the Medical and legal Registra- iion examinations, and Civil service examination. Pupils will re-assemble January 15th, 1873. For Prospectuses, &c., apply to the Principal. 1172 THE SALOP SCHOOL, OSWESTRY. HEAD MASTER:-J 0 H N B V A N S, M.A., (and Stratton Gold Medalist), JANUARY, IS7Z. At tM Civil service open uom. M petitive Examination lor appointment in the India House, in which, out of 132 candidates, 32 were success- ful, E. Owen came in lUi. April 30, 1872. J. L. Richards obtained a First Class Certificate for Mathe- matics at the Government examination in Science and Art. October 12, 1872. Owen Griffith passed the Medical Preliminary Examination of the Andersonian University, Glasgow. In all 35 of Mr Evans's pupils have passed similar honours. 2428c Insarance Notices. SUN LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY, 63, TH RE A DNESDL E STREET, LONDON. ESTABLISHED 1810. THE Quinquennial Bonn# u now payable. Full J_ partienlars, with Mw$wtas soft Balance Sheet, on application. J. G. PRIESTLEY, Actuary. AGENTS. Wrexham—Mr Jno. Lewis, Solicitor Aberdovey Mr T. W. Stealey Aberystwith-Mr J Hughes Bangor-Mr Henry Harri- son Bala-Dir David Evans Barmouth—Mr D. W. Sc)tt Beaumaria-Mr E. Thomas Carnarvon—Mr H. Morris Conway—Mr W. Hughes Crewe—MrWilmot Eardley Denbigh-Mr J. H. Jones Dolgelley-Mr E. Edwards Festiniog, Glanypool, Rhiw —Mr J. Edwards Flint—Mr Hugh Parry Frodsham—Mr P. Har op Holyhead—Mr Rich. Parry Holywell-Mr W. Lean Knntsford—MissM. Dakin Llanrwst—Mr Geo. Revis Llangollen and oborwati- MrS. R. Jones Lampeter—Mr D. Thomas f,langefni-Nir W. Thomas Machynlleth-Mr N. Evans Malpas-Mr Josh Cooke Mold Messrs. Kelly, Keene, and Roper Nantwich—Mr T. Bowen, junr. Newtown—Mr D. Thomas Over-Mr Jolm Cooke Pwllheli-Ir M. Roberts Jthaiadr—Mr T. P. Hum- phreys Rhyl—Mr W. E. Smalley Runcorn, Cheshite-Mr W. Lightburn Ruthin-Mr R. Lloyd Sandbach-Mr T. Stringer -St. Asaph—Mr D L G Pugh Tregaron-Mr John Lewis WeL-hpool- Messrs. Witt and Kemp Wilmslow and Manchester -Mr Thomas Chaiwick Weaverham-Mr J. S. Dale 122e SALOP FIRE OFFICE, ESTABLISHED 1780. Incorporated by Act of Parliament. INSURANCES effected on all descriptions of property J. against losses by Fire, lightning, and explosion of Gas. Policies for First Class Ices (with certain excep- tions), are now issued at the following rates:— JE100, 2s. £ 150, 5fa. 3d. I £ 200, 3s. or Is. 6d. per cent per annum. Without duty or policy charge. Farming Stock 5s. per cent. Apply to 46b MR JOHN BURY, Wrexham. LOSS OF LIFE OR LIMB WITH THE CONSEQUENT LOSS OF TIME AND MONEY, CAUSED BY ACCIDENTS OF ALL KINDS Provided for by a policy of the Railway Passengers Assurance Company, An Annual Payment of M to X6 5/ insures £1,000 at Death, or an Allowance at the rate of £6 per week for injury. 2725,000 have been Paid as Compensation, ONE cut ef every 12 Annual Policy Holders booming a claimant EACH Y EAR. For particulars apply tp the Clerks at the Railway Stations, to the Local Agents or at the Offices. 64, CORNHILL & 10, JTEGENT STREET, LONDON WILLIAM J. VIAN, Seeretary. AGENT FOR WREXHAM Mr. W. JAMES, 7e Wbeatsbeaf Railway Station. Sixpence Monthly, Illustrated GOOD WORDS.-Contents for JANUARY. (Beginning the, New Volume.) The Prescotts of Pamphilion, 1-3. By the Author of 4 4 Dorothy Fox." Devotional Readings, L By the late NORMAN MACLEOD, D.D. Going Away. By the Author of "John Halifax." The Gulf Stream. Part L What it does. By Dr. W. B. CARPENTER. Richard Hooker. By DEAN STANLEY. Lady Bell, 1—4. By the Author of Citoyenne Jacqueline." A Sonnet. By CHARLES [TENNYSON] TURNER. The Science of Health.. By Canon KINGSLEY. Paganini. By the Rev. H. R. HAWEIS. Fairs and Pilgrimag India and Russia. By GEORGE SMITH, LL.D. Lost Lambs, By Mrs LYNN LINTON. The Faithful Sayings of the Pastoral Epistles. By De»n HOWSON. The Golden Threjid. By DORA GREENWELL. Winter in the Rooky Mountains, I. By Miss KINGSLEY. 56, Ludgate-hiil, Lofldai, and all BooksellelL 123 EVERY PARENT AND GUARDIAN, EVERY JC? TUTOR, AND EVERY BOY should read the in- tensely interesting Story of "THE THREE HOMES," now appearing in THE QUIVER. It is commenced in Part 85, price 6d., the FIFTH EDITION of which is now ready at all Booksellers and News Agents. LIHE QUIVER.—PART 85. FIFTH EDITION now t ready at all Booksellers and News Agents, con- taining the commencement of "THE THREE HOMES." 95a Business Announcements. THE GENTLEMEN'S NEWSROOM. ANNUAL SUBS CRIPTION:-ONE G U I N EA. Any Subscriber can Introduce a Friend. WRITING MATERIALS FOUND AND LETTERS CAREFULLY POSTED. JJAILTON POTTER, PROPRIETOR, 18 & 19, HIGH-STREET, 930 WREXHAM. ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE. EDWARD SMITH BEGS to intimate that his Second ANNUAL SALE of surplus GOODS, REMNANTS, &c., -L? at Reduced Prices, commenced ON THURSDAY, the 16th inst., and will be continued to the end of the month. A few special numbers in the guaranteed-make of BLACK SILKS will be offered about 15 per cent. under regular prices. Also a Lot of FANCY DRESSES, suitable for early Spring wear. 36, High-street, Wrexham. 81c WHEAT SOWING. IMPORTANT TO Aft AGRICULTURISTS.  WHEAT DRESSING, for Preventing the Smut in Wheat, and the Ravages ef the Slug, Grub, Eaud Wireworm. It will also promote the Germination and Growth of the Seed Wheat, and increase the Produc of the Crop equal to a change of seed.  Packet is sufficient for Six Bushels of Seed Wheat, which can be Dressed and fit to Sow in a rc?? arter of au Hour. In usmg it no Lime or Brine is required the preparation of the Seed is attended with tile trouble, and it is easier and drier for the Drill at the time of So wing than by any other plan. Ø" FULL DIRECTIONS FOR USE ARE GIVEN WITH EACH PACKET. Wholesale Agents-SUMNER AND Co., AND CLAY, DODD, AND CASE, Liverpool. The large and increasing sale of the above Composition, and the fact of its being used by all the leading Agri- MU?tun.sts m this neighbo?rhood, is a sufficient guarantee of its efficacy. The Proprietor has the greatest confidence i'cU>»!de.n^' to Agriculturists generally, and he feels confident that a single trial will ensure its future MR*Ued we. PREPARED ONLY BY JAMES FISHER EDISBURY, M.P.S., DISPENSING AND FAMILY CHEMIST. (ESTABLISHED 1819.) 3, HIGH-STREET, WREXHAM. 2090a GENERAL DRAPERY, TAILORING, & OUTFITTING ESTABLISHMENT, COMPTON HOUSE, WREXKA M. R. LLOYD, t + Ii" to Inform the NOBILITT, GENTRY, and PUBLIC generally, that he has succeeded in engaging Mr' J. WALTERS (late Cutter for Mr J. CLARK, Tailor and Draper, Hope-street, who is RETIRING FROM BUSINESS), and is now enabled to execute with dispatch all orders entrusted to him, in STYLE, FIT, and QUALITY, that CANNOT BE SURPASSED, at the LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. CLERICAL ROBES, UNIFORMS, LADIES' HABITS, LIVERIES, &-c. A LARGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OF WEST OF ENGLAND AND OTHER FANCY CLOTHS ALWAYS ON HAND. FUNERALS COMPLETELY FURNISHED. September, 1872. 1707f THOMAS ROBERTS, No. 14, HIGH-STREET, WREXHAM, BEGS to return his best thanks to the Nobility, Gentry, and Inhabitants generally of the town JD and neighbourhood for their support accorded to him in the GROCERY TRADE during the last seventeen years, and to announce his retirement from that trade, he having taken to the busi- ness of the late Mr E. KNIBBS, at 12, HIGH-STREET, as GENERAL DEALER, &c. Also, that he has succeeded to the WINE and SPIRIT TRADE of the late Mr W. ANKERS, GOLDEN LION VAULTS. T. R. trusts that the same liberal support with which he was favoured in his former business will be continued, and promises to give all orders entrusted to him his most careful attention. T. R. also begs to introduce his successors in the Grocery Business, Messrs. BENSON and Cc., and can confidently recommend them to the Patronage aud Support of the Public. MESSRS. BENSON & CO., In taking to the Business of Mr T. ROBERTS trust that the support given to their predecessor will be continued to them, and they hope to merit the same by keeping in Stock none but the best Articles, which, combined with prices and quality, cannot be surpassed in the Kingdom, and paymg the most careful attention to all orders they may be favoured with. BENSON and Co., invite inspection of their Stock of CHRISTMAS FRUITS and other Goeds. 14, High-street, Wrexham. 2462c H-U GIE DA V I E S 2 IN thanking his Friends and the Public generally for the kind support accorded to him, extending over a period of Forty Years, begs most respectfully to announce that he has determined to give up the whole of his business as a Builder and Contractor, also as Architect and Surveyor, to his Sons, who will carry on the Business as heretofore. LLEWELYN & HOWEL DAVIES, IN succeeding their Father in the above Business, beg most respectfully to announce that J. they have made arrangements that will enable them to execute all Orders that they may be entrusted with, under their direct personal Supervision, with the best materials and workmanship, consistent with economy, with promptitude and despatch. The business will be carried on under the name of DAVIES BROTHERS," Builders and Contractors, HILL- STREET and HOPE-STREET, Wrexham. HOWEL D. VIE will continue to conduct the branch of ARCHITECT and SURVEYOR, at 39, Hope-street, Wrexham, and he hopes, by strict attention and dilligence, combined with moderate charges, to merit a continuance of the patronage and support hitherto accorded to his Father and himself. Offices 39, Hope-street, Wrexham, Nov. 1st, 1872. 2091c Prize Medals were gained by him at Chester in 1866, and at Aberystwith in 1865, FOR THE BEST WELSH TWEEDS AND LINSEYS. JOHN MEYRICK JONES, MEYRICK HOUSE, DOLGELLEY, HAVING gained celebrity for his genuine HAND-LOOM WELSH WEBS, and WELSH TWEED CLOTHS has lately greatly extended his business, and is now prepared to supply HAND-LOOM WELSH FABRICS consisting of TWEED CLOTH, FISHING CLOTH, FLANNELS, WEBS, and LINSEYS. Mr. Jones personally superintends the Manufacture at his own Will* from pure Mountain Wool, at Manufa arer's Prices, far below those charged for inferior articles usually sold as Welsh II by English manufacturers. Clothing made from these materials are worn by the Nobility and Gentry for Shooting, Fishing, Cricketing, and Travelling, &c., and being entirely MANUFACTURED of PURE MOUNTAIN WOOLS, without inter- mixture, will be found very durable. « Wholesale and Retail Orders executed at the shortest notice. Cash or Reference expected with all new Orders. WELSH WYNNSTAY SHOOTING CLOTH, 2s. per yard. CLOTH FOR FISHING SUITS, 2s. 6d. per yard, very superior. TWEED CLOTH, at 4s. 3d. per yard. Five per cent. discount for cash. PATTERNS sent free per post on application to Mr JOHN MEYRICIC JONES, Meynck House, Dolgelley. J. M. Jones respectfully cautioDS his Customers against unprincipled persons who are in the habit of taking the first opportunity of sending spurious patterns of Flannels and Tweeds, which are not Welsh," and thus causing disappointment. PATRONISED BY HER ROYAL HIGHNESS THE PRINCESS OF WALES, GENTRY, CLERGY, AND NOBLEMEN. 183a Business Announcements- THOMAS JJJANLEY, WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANT, MALTSTER, AND BRE WE R, HIGH-STREET, WREXHAM, HAVING taken the more commodious preDÙ8e8 ad-  joining his old Vault.,tates this opportunity of thanking his numerous Friends and the Public generally for their liberal support given him during the 15 years he has been in business, and begs to state that his i.ew Establishment is replete with a Stock of WINFS of the Choicest Brands, where his wholesale and family trade will be carried on as usual, and hopes, by st: iofc attention to all orders entrusted to his care, to aer. continuance of their support. S-le Agent for T. Murphy and Co.'s celebrated IRISH STOUT, in caok-s-f), 18, and 36 gallons, English mea- sure, and Truman, Hanbury, Buxton, and Co.'s LON- DON STOUT. Ind, Coope, and Co.'s, and Bass and Co.'s Burton Ales. THOS. MANLEY begs to infonn the Public at large that he has transferred the business of the Old Vaults to Messrs. PRICK and Co Wholesale Wine and Spirit Merchants, 2, Church-street, Wrexham; and can cot- fidents recommend them as his successors in the Retail Department. ESSRS. PRICE and Co., Wine and Spirit Mer- XT-I. chants, having taken the Old Wine Vaults, .2a High-street, Wrexham, successfully conducted during the last fifteen yeirs by Mr Mauley, beg to inform the public that they intend to carry on the Retail Depart- ment in it, when they hope to have a share of the sup- port of their Friends and the Public generally. The wholesale business will still be carried on at 2".urch- street, Wrexham, as heretofore. Wines and Spirits of the best quality will be supplied; also Bass & Go's., Allsopp ACo's., Worthington & Co's., Burton Bitter Beers, and Manley's Wrexham Ales, ton- don and Dublin Ptout, in casks and on draught. Bottled Pale India Ale, and London and Dublin. Stouts in excellent condition in pints, 4s; and half-pinto 2s per dozen. 85or QYBBTON AND ^ILLIAMji, TOWN HALL, WREXHAM. BORDEAUX CLARETS An excellent dinner Wine, with much body and colour. Can be well recommend- ed. 12/- per dozen. St. Julian, St. Emilion, Chateau, Lafitte, ani other growths at equally moderate prices. BURGUNDY: BEAUGOLAIS 18/- per dozen. BEAUNE 24/- per dozen. SHERRY: An excellent Wine, very suitable for dinner and general purposes. Pure Sherry flavour. 18/- per dozen. BROWN AND PALE COLOUR Possessing great age, dry or rich, from 24/- to 60/- per dozen. MARSALA: Finest Imported, 20/- per dozen, or AW per quarter cask of 23 Gallons. HOCK: From 36/- to 50/- per dezen. MOSELLE: From 40/- to i8¡- per dozen. CHAMPAGNE From 36/- to 72/- per dozen. These Wines may be viewed at oar office, or a sample case containing one dozen will be forwarded carriage paid to any Railway Station. gggb OCTOBER, 1872. THE "ROYAL" WREXHAM STRONG WELSH ALE, PALE AND MALTY. THE high price of the costly and carefully aetata* White Malt" with which this Wonderful" Ale hi Brewed, necessitates an increased price per BarreL The Price is now 80s. per Barrel, 40s. per XiMorkio, 20s. per Firkin H. K. ASPINALL, BREWERY, WREXHAM. BlBKBNHBAD ItepftT—HAYMABKET. 2109a WREXHAM ALES, Celebrated for their PURITY AND FINE FLAVOUR. Note the address: UNION BBB WEB Y, WREXHAM. For particulars, apply to CHARLES JJATE & SOlT, BREWERS 4 MALSTER-Q, WREXHAM, 2398g MESSRS H. & E. B. SIMMSjI PIANOFORTE, HARMONIUM, A MUSIC DEPOT, HOPE-STREET, WREXHAM. INSTRUMENTS Lent on Hire on the Three Years System. Tuned, Repaired, and Exchanged on liberal terms. NEW HARMONIUMS FROM FIVE GUINEAS. AMERICAN ORGANS, PIANOFORTES, new and second-hand at all prices. A selection of new Musical Novelties suitable far presents. CHVKCH AND CHAMBER ORGANS, &C., &C. 2239c 1872. l873. LAMP SEASON. WILLIAM PERT, 45 & 47, BOLD-STREET, LIVERPOOL. W. PEET, having just received an entirely NEW STOCK ef LAMPS, consisting of Moderator, Petrolvam and a variety of others, has every confidence in asserting that he never had so favourable an opportunity of presenting such a rare selection to his Friends and the Public on any previous occasion. For Beauty of Design, Perfecti(m oj Construction, High-class Finish, Perfect Combustion, „ Freedom from Smoke, „ Absence of Odour, Siiotplicity of Management, Moderation in Price, They cannot be surpassed. W. PEET would direct special attention to a NEW LAMP WHICH BXQCIBBS NO CHIMNEY This Lamp is admitted to be THE BEST EVER INTRODUCED. INSPECTION RESPECTFULLY INVITED. COLZA AND PETROLEUM OIL OF THB HIGHEST ILLUMINATING POWW* Government Teat. NEW LAMPS MADE AND OLD ONES ALTFRvm To suit special requirements. 'RES Lamps Repaired by Practical 01: Experienced Workmen. ARRANGEMENTS^ MADE^r CON?YA? TO ALL PARTS In their improved Metallic iZetY T?. ■ Workmen Sent to all Parts DESIGNS AND EsTnUTBS ftRNISHRD FaEE. ALL GOODS DELIVERED FREE WITHIN 6 MILKS. ——— Prompt execution of Orders. 1909* KNACKERS YARD. M sSn?h???? Bri?e-str?t, W?ham.' M Sk>nner (havlllg obtained a license) begs to in o^rathe™W^i i, that he iK prowed to Receiv. Horses fnr Slaughter at his Yard,Ste in Bridge- st? ?'f??' ? if '?? to fetoh the same from &nY T)art Of R immediate neighbourhooc? for which tha i bJst ?pn- ce will be given. 2"50