Collection Title: Llangollen advertiser, Denbighshire, Merionethshire, and North Wales Journal (1860-1893)
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LLANGOLLEN. I CHRISTMAS POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS. -On Christmas Day there will be only one. de- livery of letters here, viz., in the morning. There will also be one delivery in the morning on Boxing Day. < FLYING HIGHER, -Artficer Jones, son of P.S. Jones, of the Denbighabire Constabulary, j, making most satisfactory progress in the mechanical seotlonof the Royal Flying Corps. After 'periods at various stations in different parts of England, he has now been removed to Scotland, where he is putting in full time. INTERESTING CHRISTENING.—A christ- ening, in which great local interest was taken, took place at the Parish Church, before the children's service, on Sunday afternoon, when the infant daughter of the Vicar and Mrs. Davies was named Helena Joy, her sponsors being Mr. C. W. Richards, churchwarden, and Miss Ketheringfcon and Miss Pickerton Jones of Diri- bren Hall. The Vicar and Mrs. Davies have received numerous congratulations upon the nappy event, that is rendered additionally in- teresting because so long a period has elapsed, tfid several incumbents have held the living, aincethere has been a birth at the Vicarage. OBITUARY.—We regret to have this week to announce the death of Mr. John Morton Ed- Wards, nephew of Mr. Samuel Morton, assist- ant overseer, Bryn Villa, which sad event took place at his residence at Bootle, on the night of DecPJnber 13. Deceased, who was forty years of age, was born at Llandyn Farm, and six weeks ago he joined up," enlisting in the R.W.F. Whilst in camp at Litherland, he caught a severe cold, bronchitis supervening and being responsible for death. He was buried with full military honours, the interment taking place in the New Cemetery at Bootle, the mourners in- cluding relatives from Llangollen. ON SERVICE.—During last week end Pte. Edward Lloyd Jones, Army Transport Corps, has been home on short leave, which, to the Kreat regret of his many friends, expires on Christmas Eve. Pte. Jones has done a stretch of 18 months' hard service in France, and looks in the pink of condition. When the "call to arms" came he was one of the first, in a stir- ring speech at the Town Hall to indicate to yoo.no- Llangollen the way of duty, and he elected to do his as a Tommy in preference to seeking a commission, an example followed by ins younger brother. Trooper Norman Jones, Vino is now serving with a Dragoon regiment in the thick of things; whilst his sisters are all busily engaged upon war work of various kinds. TONTINE CLUB DISTRIBUTIONS.-Dur- i. ng the past week pay out nights have taken' place at most of the local tontine clubs, and the aggregate of the sum thus distributed will realise several hundreds of pounds, and form an appreciable amount to be disbursed loeallv during the festive season. At the Waterloo the amount paid to each member was :61 2s. 3d.; the Liberal Ladies' Tontine paid each ember 21 4s. Id., whilst on account of sick- ness largely prevailing and death payments the bonus of each male Liberal fell to 14s. 2d The Waverley Working Men's Tontine Club, held its annual dinner at the Waverley Hotel, on Thursday, when hostess Jones placed an excel- lent repast before a large gathering of members, and at the close of the business meeting which followed it was announced that each member was entitled to receive £ 1 2s. 2d THE LATE MR. W. D. WILLIAMS.-The death occurred on Saturday, at the age of 67, of Mr. W. D. Williams, Glanafon, Abbey-road, Llansrolien. He was very well known through- out North and Mid-Wales, having been engaged as clerk cf works to Mr. Bernard Clarke of Birmingham in the restoration of many import- ant and well-known churches. Subsequently, he was engaged as clerk of the works on Ladv VVynns Llangedwyn estate, and resided for r,n,iiiy years at Bron Derw, Llangedwyn. In 1903, the family removed to Llangollen, and shortly afterwards he was appointed clerk of the works under the Denbigh County Council. In all these offices he proved himself a capable an-i conscientious servant, and won for himself a large circle of friends. His illness was long and orotracted, but he bore it with Christian- like fortitude. He leaves, a widow and a large family to mourn his death. One of his sons is ip- America and another is nghting for his coun- try in France. The funeral took place at Llan- gollen Cemetery, on Thursday. RALP OF WORK.—On Thursday, an interest- ing and successful sale of work was held in the Memorial Hall, and was opened by Mrs. Wilson, Cyfronydd The Rev. T. C. Anwvl said the Is dies of the congregation had been working hard to raise a substantial sum for the reduction of the debt on the English Wesleyan Church. r ld he thought it was very kind of Mrs. Wilson to help them in this way. Mrs. Wilson, in de- clflringo the bazaar open, said she appreciated their kindness in asking her. The various stalls showed how splendidly they had all work'ed, end she heartily wished them success. Mr R. Darlington said Mrs. Wilson was identified with many excellent movements in the town, and she was always willing to help others. They had a 3ent of B750 on their church, and if they could reduce it by £100 everyone would be greatly cheered and encouraged. The hall was taste- full decorated and the following were the (stall- holder,.R:-Work Stall: Mrs. Anwyl, Mrs. Darlington, Mrs. Heath, Mrs. KilKngbeok, and Mrs. Jackson. Competition Stall: Mrs. Ralphs, Miss Lloyd -and Miss Rachel Lloyd. Cake Stall: Mrs Burgon and Miss Greeland. Refreshment Stall: Miss Williams, "Mrs. Jones. Mrs. Edwards and Miss Kelsal. Flower Stall: Miss Jennie Williariis and the Misses Darlington. Weighing Machine: Miss Bugon. Fairy Well: Mrs. Crawford, Miss Peggy Chubb, and Miss Rene Anwyl. There was an art exhibition, concert and competitions. The proceeds realised £ 127 including over E40, collected by Mr. C. E. Craw- ford. CORWEN. BELGIAN CHILDREN.-Tlie movement to raise funds for the starving children in Bel- gium has been taken up enthusiastically here by the Ideal Belgian committee. Arrange- merits have been made for distributing col-il leeting envelopes to every house in the district to be passed round at the dinner table on Christmas Day, and subsequently collected by local workers. RED CROSS WORKING PARTY.—This party, registered for work under the British Red Cross Society, has during the seven months it has been established, given a very good account of itself. Some 1,164 articles have during that period been sent to the Stores Department in London of the sick and wounded soldiers and sailors in hospitals, and; during last week 73-parcels of comforts were made up and despatched to Corwen men on active service. Twenty-five of the members! have .received certificates from the British Red Cross Society. The Hon. Mrs. Wynn is the president and Miss S. E. Appleton, secre- tary CASTLE CAEREINION. I FOR THE FRONT.—Mr. Alfred Gwvnne I Yaugaan, the Rector's youngest son, h" just. kit for the front. <
ITHE CASTLE IN DANGER I
THE CASTLE IN DANGER. GIRL CHARGED WITH ARSON. j There was great alarm at Rowton Castle, I near Shrewsbury, on Friday evening, just aa darkness had set in, by the discovery of an outbreak of fire in the laundry. But even more curious and alarming was a second out- break of fire at the Castle, which was dis- covered on Saturday night, in the gun room. The gun room and the laundry are part of a block with the estate office in between and adjoin the Castle on the west side. When the fire in the laundry was discovered, the out- break had got well hold of the whole interior and matters looked serious. A message was sent for the fire brigade from Shrewsbury, and Mr. Gubbins, the coachman, got the Castle fire hose to work. This drew on a great supply of water with ample pressure, so that in this way and, by a great muster of buckets, the fire, before the arrival of the fire brigade, was put out, but not before the large interior was burnt through to the roof, two stories above. The following evening the people at the Castle were perplexed and alarmed to find that the gun room was on fire. This, like the laundry, was well ablaze before the out- break was discovered. Mr. Gubbins again got the Castle fire appliances to work and man- aged to get out the fire before it spread to the main block of the Castle. The guns had been removed on the Friday evening directly it was feared that the fire from the laundry would spread along these buildings; but, not- withstanding this, a deal of damage was caused in the gun room. I A SEQUEL TO THE OUTBREAKS. I At the Shrewsbury County Police Court, on Monday, there was a sequel to these extra- ordinary outbreaks, when Gertrude Arnold, a kitchenmaid, aged 14, at Rowton Castle, was brought up before Mr. T. Cooper charged with setting fire to the laundry and the gun room at the Castle. The girl's home is at Bicton Heath. Mr. J. C. H. Bowdler was for the defence. P.S. Evans, Westbury, said on Sunday he received information of the two fires at Rowton Castle, and went over there. Finding nothing to show what had caused the fires, he made; inquiries. The laundry was practically de- stroyed and so were most of the contents of the lower part of the gun room. Witness said. he interviewed several persons, amongst them the girl Arnold. He told her it was his in- tention to get to the bottom of the matter,! and the girl said, I went into the laundry on Friday night and found a lighted stick just inside the door. I put a bit of straw on it and thought it went out. I came away. I do notj know what possessed me to do it. I have no spite against anyone, but I did not care for the work. I heard someone else in the yard both nights, but I did not see them. I realise now what a serious thing it was to do; but I worked up myself to such a pitch that I did not know what I was doing. Last night, I went in the gun room to fetch my bicycle lamp. I had a lighted match and I threw it down, but not intentionally. I do not know whether it went out, and I did not stay to see." That statement, continued witness, was read over to Arnold in the presence of Major Lees, and he cautioned her and asked her if there was anything incorrect to say so. She said it was quite right. He then told her she would be charged with arson and brought her to the police station. In reply to Mr. Bowdler, witness said the girl did not say that she trampled on the straw when she put it on the lighted stick. On that evidence, Supt. Harrison applied for a remand until Friday, and the girl was I released on bail..
ILlangollen Sporting Farmers DeathI
I Llangollen Sporting Farmer's Death. I PIONEER OF SHEEP DOG TRIALS IN DEE VALLEY. By death of Mr. James Ewait, which sad event took place on Saturday last, ;}1e VaJe of Llangollen loses one of its best known aiad mos;, highly respected1 i.nhab-t-aui:». The deceased, who for many years had occupied Tanycas'-eU Farm and prior to that, Plas Ucha. was a Scotsman bp bitnth, and, although during' the long period of ) years he resided in Wales he had. to use am oft quoted phrase, "became more Welsh than tihe Wefeih" an this sympathies; he was, to the last, a fine typo of 'the yeoman from beyond ,the Tweed. His Doric speech,-had in it a fine flavour of "the nodt,h couofcpeef'' attid thank you for spearin I" was his invariable ire ply to enquiries regarding his health. As an agriculturist, d'ecisased had few equals In iho neighbourhood; and as a, Left sportsmen he had fewer. He was one of the hics: ardent supporters of iihie Vale of Llangol!en I Sheep Dog Society: and with the late Capt. the the Mion. J. C. &EJt< R.N. is to be largely the Homw. i, th the responsibility of educating the taste of the locality wth a love of the sport that has become so greatly popular and has done so much to improve the breed and sagacity of We!;sh sheep dogs. Mr. Ewart le&ves^a son and daughters lo mourn his loss. The- filneral which was largelv attended by relatives and friends, took place on Wednesday.
Drunk on Licensed Premises V
Drunk on Licensed Premises. -V A SHAMEFUL STATE OF THINGS." I At Llangollen ,1;>° lii.(5. e Court, on Thursday, before Messrs. R. Darlington and W. P. Wil- liams, George Davies, an able-bodied man, was charged with being drunk in the Sun Inn the previous day.—P.S. Jones said he found, defend- I ant lying helplessly drunk in the bar of the inn, 'and the Chairman remarked that it was a shameful condition of affairs which permitted a man well able to be in the trenches or doing his duty to his country habitually to become in that state. He reminded defendant that he l had been many times previously before the Court.—Defendant said he had been working on munitions at Birkenhead, and had had to stop owing to the inclement weather.-The Chairman said that was a poor excuse. He had better get to work as quickly as possible. Meantime, he must go to hard labour at Shrewsbury for 14 days. It was a disgraceful state of things when the country was in the throes of a great crisis that a man should be permitted to incapacitate himself in this manner.
Damage to the extent of Z120 was caused by I a fire at Rossett Vicarage on Friday,
SALOP COUNTY APPEALS TRIBUNAL
,SALOP COUNTY APPEALS TRIBUNAL, Twenty-eight appeals were dealt with by the Salop County Appeals Tribunal at Oswestry,- on Friday, Sir Bowen Bowen-Jones presided, and others present were-Messrs. T. W, Bromley and. J. Q. Brown, with Mr. F. Crowts, secretary, Major-General Montgomery, and. Lieut, Hall cock, military representatives, and Messrs. W H. Lander and S. R. Edwards, representing the Board of Agriculture. SINGLE AGRICULTURISTS. John Roberts (31), single, employed by his father as a farm bailiff at Tanycoed, appealed for further exemption, the local tribunal having ..re- fused his appeal with the request that he should not be called up till January 1.—Mr. Wallace Pugh appeared for the appellant.Ternporary exemption was granted until March 1, on con- dition that appellant ploughed 40 acres of land for sowing cereals next fpring. Alternately, the appeal to be dismissed and Roberts called up when an efficient substitute is found.—Ap- pellant said that it would be impossible to plough 40 acres. General Montgomery appealed against the de- cision of the local tribunal, who granted condi- tional exemption to David Moreton (19), single, shepherd to his father, Edward Moreton, Peii- ybont Farm, Oswestry.—Edward Moreton said David was his only son and no substitute would do because he (appellant) was physically unfit to do much work on the farm.—The military ap- peal was dismissed.—The military also appealed against William Morris Jones (22), single, wag- oner, employed by Edward Moreton, whom the local tribunal had exempted till April 1.—Appeal allowed, Jones not to/ be called up until a sub- stitute is found. Hugh Charles Williams (18), single, employed bv his father, John Williams, farmer, Penybont, who had been granted exemption till April 1st, was appealed against by the milit a ry.-Appoul allowed, a substitute to be found. John Richard Lewis (23), single, wagoner to John Ellis, Llynclys, was allowed till April 1 by the local tribunal.—The military now appealed. —Appeal upheld, a substitute to be found. Thomas Roberts (28), wagoner. to Wm. Wil- liams, farmer, Ruyton-xi. -Towns, was appealed for by his employer, the local tribunal having refused to grant him further exemption cn November 12.~Appeal allowed, temporary ex- emption being granted till March 1.—The Chair- man said he hoped appellant would consider the question of ploughing up 30 acres of old clover for the sowing of corn in the spring. A military appeal against Robert Watkin Owen (21), single, unattested, wagoner, employed by Thomas Edwards, farmer, Llanyblodwel, was dismissed, exemption being granted till March 31. a substitute to be found. Fred, Griffiths (19), farm labourer, employed by Mrs. Edwards, Wykey, Ruyton-xi. -Towns, who had been exempted by the local tribunal until April 1, was appealed against by the, military. The original appeal was entered by Griffiths's father, whom he assists on a sipail holding, and who said h? had five sons serving in the Army, one having been wounded.—The military appeal was dismissed and exemption granted until April 1. Donald Huxley (19), single, unattested, stock- man and shepherd, employed by his father, a farmer at Ruyton-xi.-Towns, was appealed for bv his father. The local tribunal had refused the appeal.—Mr. Gough Thomas appeared for applicant, and the case was taken in private. The appeal was dismissed, a substitute to be found. Albert Bevan (19), wagoner in the employ of his fathr, Albert Bevan, Kinnerley, had been his fathed r, till April 1 by the local tribunal. and against this the military obiected.-Mr. G. W. Ferrington appeared for Mr. Bevan.-The military appeal wasdisrnissed. J OSWESTRY SHOE FACTOR TO I SERVE. I Leonard A. Denny (31), single, boot. and shoe factor, Beatrice-street, Oswestry, for whom Mr. Ferrington appeared, appealed against the de. cision of the local tribunal, who refused to grant him exemption. The case was heard in private. —The appeal was dismissed, and the military asked not to call appellant up till January 28, so that he will have time to dispose. of his j business; ￼ ￼ ?' ￼ b:l Edards (18), single, cowman, employ- ed by Thomas Edwards, Haughton: Farm, West Felton, had been granted exemption till April 1, and the military representative appealed against this.—-Appeal upheld, a substitute to be provided. Thomas H. Royle (24), single, cowman and wagoner, was appealed for by his father, John Royle, Leasows, West Felton, and granted ex- emption. -Against this the military appealed.— The appeal was allowed, T. H. Royle not to be I i called up till March 31; MILITARY APPEALS UPHELD. I The following military appeals were upheld I and the men directed to join up when substi- tutes are found':—Thomas John Griffiths (23), single, wagoner to John Jones, Lower Sweeney; Richard Edward Reeves (24), single, cowman, employed by R. H. Evans, Berghill, Whitting- ton: Joseph Humphreys (18), single, cowman to T M. Wainwright, Whittington; Geo. Winter Richardson (20), horseman to his father, G. R. Richardson, Tynycelyn, Weston Rhyn; Evan Owen (23), single, unattested, cowman to E. R. Morris, Llwynymaen, Oswestry; and William Lewis (23), horseman, employed by John Richards. Morton Hall. Samuel Edwards (25), single, wagoner to Robert Elwards, Top Yron. Selattyn., .who Was exempted by the local tribunal until April 1. was appealed against by the military.—The ap- peal was refused, and the decision of the local tribunal upheld, though, appellant was advised I to find a substitute .as soon as possible. Thomas Williams (22). farmer, Pentrekendrick, was appealed for by his father, Rd. Williams, Dreriewydd.—Apnea! dismissed, but not to be called up till February 7. ■ Military appeals against Arthur Lawrence (31), farmer anl wagoner, Weston Rhyn: Robert L. Morgan (19), wagoner to W. Whitfield, Candy, LJanforda and Geo. Lewis (single), wagoner to William Roberts, Plasd ixotl, Morton, were dis- missed. William Ernest Thomas (21), small holder and carter for the Salop County Council, for whom Mr. Pym appeared, had his appeal dismissed, but not to be called up until January 28. WARNING TO SLAUGHTERMEN. Appeals were made on behalf of two Oswestry slaughtermen, John Evans (24), single, employed bv his father, Thomas Evans, Willow-street. and R. F. Symes (34), married, employed by John Davies, Willow-street.—Mr. Pym, for Evans, said that acting on the" stigge, tion. of the appeal I' tribunal, he had called a meeting of Oswestry butchers, but they had failed to evolve a scheme by which all the slaughtering could be done by cp-operation.—The Chairman said it was not an' irsuperable difficulty to solve that matter. It hal been done in Wellington, and he saw no reason why it shoull not be done in Oswestry. He did not see why Messrs. Evans and Davies could not combine, so that one of the men might do their slaughtering.—Svmes said he was pre- pared to slaughter for Mr. Evans after he had finished work for Mr. Davids.-The Cfiiiritan said it was monstrous that the Oswestry butcher* did not follow Syme's example. He dL.zcte Lieut. Hancock to bring all' tlie «la- gh^ irmen in. the town-before a future meeting, .o!. the:tribunal., Henry G. Jones .(20), single, de al'mee.ha*ni*c, whose, appeal was dismissed by the locai tri- bunal, was appealed for by his employer,' Mr. Gregg, Churcli-stfeet.—Mr. F. C Pym appear- ed for the appeUant.-r-The appeal was dismissed, Jones not to be called up until Ja»u«y:, 25, I THE CASE OF EATON EVAN.S. Mr. Lander said he had received a letter that morning from Mr. T. Cartwright, The Build- ings, West Felton, in respect of an employee named Eaton Evans. It appda red that Evans had been before that court two or three times, and had been the subject of correspondence, be- tween the Board of Agriculture and him (Mr.. Lander). He disagreed with the appeals tri- bunal when they refused Evans exemption. How- ever, the man had now been. called up for ser- vice on January; 10. "Qn December 6, Mr. Cart- wright went to the recruiting office at Oswestry to see Colonel Fell, who was not there, and the officer acting for him said he would be in time if he appealed after seeing Colonel Fell on December 13. When he went on that date Col. Fell told hini itt was too late, and he (Mr. Lander) applied that Mr. Cartwright should he' permit- ted to make another appeal to that court. Since the tribunal refused the appeal a wagoner em- ployed by Mr. Cartwright. had broken a leg: and was still in hospital, and he had now only three men on a farm of 395 acres. In his letter. Mr. Cartwright stated that Evans was the only skilled man he had, and he thought he would better serve his King and country by producing food than by joining the Army.-—General Mont- gomery said that in September the Oswestry re- cruiting authorities had distinct orders from tha War Office to call Evans up at once. Just at. that time the other man broke his leg, and Col. Fell, on his own authority, allowed Evans to remain to tide Mr. Cartwright over his temp- orary difficulty. As for Mr. Cartwright beinff a few days late in attending at the recruiting office, the fact was that he was months late, for the appeal was decided in the middle of the sum- 2ner.—-The Chairman said the tribunal could not accede to Mr. Lander's application.
I BrigGeneral Hornby
I Brig-General Hornby. FRONT LINE WORK/ Brigadier-General "M." L. Hornby. Djg.O., of Bank House, Tieklertdn, Church Strfttoii, prospective Liberal candidate for the Ludlow Parliamentary Division, is in London on ten days' leave of absence from the western fronts Speaking generally on the position of affairs in the field, General Hornby oaid so far as the fighting on the western frr it is concerned, he is most optimistic and p ,featly confident of an ultimate and entire c ccess, though, he added, we have a loq^ to go yet. The ?. i t 0 90 ?at. The- rank and file, he said^
.? BERIMEW. lw .1". SCHOOL MANAGERS.—Mr. Edward Davies, Valindre, has been appointed a manager of the Council School, and Mr Ifred Lucas. Labumum House, a manager of the Endowed School.
Jfouket Itepacb, i;A-VTLE. J ELLEJSilERE, luesauy.—The wintry weather can. dicioiiiS aowi aiteration oi fair dayy owtog to x. Ing, Day iallirtg upon the proper day, affected tb* supply of stock, whxh chleliy compriseti obegap 0:.04 pigs. to is. 2d., .mutton U. 2d. per lb. OSWESTRY, Wednsstoy.— munbirs la .tiie Smiithtlel-d wexe 487 iat cattle 100 stone cattle, 68
I- CHEBSE 1 WHITCHURCH, Wednesday.—Tieie was a pitcb of 44tQIls. Finest. 131s. to 15&5.; medium, 145s. to 150s., down to ills- At tljfi coTiespouding-" «be lpit«ii wis 44 tons, and,,Vri,,ts: best, 100s. to' Ills., down to 80S.
■ OORW See. EU.135.MKRE. Tneiday.—Wheat oats 28s. to 30s. p 2001bs, barley 4ts. pea- 2801 b3. SHRE WSB UKV, iiaturday.Wnjea.t 34«. to 36s. 225 lbs.; barley 70s. to 75s. per 448 Ibs.; cxats ,28$., to to Sis. per 200 lbs. '• WELSHPOOL. Monday.—Wbeat- 37s. ptc 240 lbs. L, j bailey 33s. per 225 oats 45s. p&r-2S0.
OENERAt. ELLESMERE. Tuesday.—Butter Is. 9d. to»ig. lOctr pex. lb.; eggs 4 and 5.for couple; hens 4s. to 5s. per couple; ducks 6s. to 9s. per couple; rabbits 2s. 4d. to 2s. &d. per couple; geese On leathers) 7d. to 6d. per lb.; ,tuikeys.(dq.), Is. to Is. 2d. per lb.; apples 24. to 3d. per-U> OSWESTRY, Wedueeday.—-Butt«r la. lOd. to 2Sv per lb.; eggs 26.to8$.f.d. per dozen;. chicken9 5s. to as. per couple; hens is.-sd.. lie dixks 6s. to 9s. each; gêue-.9d. per lb.; turiceys la. to is. $d. (rabbits 2s. Od. to 2s. 3d. pe;roouple. SHREWSBURY, Saturday.—Couples—^fowls as. Gel. to lis.; ducks 10s. to 2», ed.S pigeoiifl is. 2d.; grouse Cs. to 6s. 9d.; partridges 4s. 6d. to 5s.; phe-aaants 6s. 6d. to 7s. Potatoes 17s. to 18s. per 200. lbs. Bee* lid. to Is. 24.; mutton. 114.-to Is. 3d.; lamb Is. to Is. 3d., pork lid..to Is;, 14., Butter 2s. Eggs 4 for is. Geese (in feathm) 84, and 94,; turkeys (do) Is. 24. to Is. 4d. per/lb. WEUSJIPOOL; Monday —The, supply of live poultry was as large as usuai. The very high and would-be., purchasiera. hung about ;in hopes of their falling. Dealers bad a bUsy., time persaoolng the s6*Hers-$kSiJ;. they, :wè%lO.dlmiànding ex. tortdonate prices and u,ny farmers, *Ivtls' took their geese home to try their luck, agatin at tb6 dMMed poultry market. The following we,te,the pricesTurkeys Is. to Is. 3d. per lb;; geese 104.; ducks Ss. to 94. per couple; chickens 6s. tofowl* 4s. to 5s. 6d,; rabbits 2s. Od.; pheasants 8s. to 9s. per b??M?e; eggs 6 for., is.; butw is. 8d. (wbesale) and la. 114'♦ to 2s. (retail), v Pdnted and puMtshad by .WtLLMM TBOtm, dt.WSa bam, and Charies PBKMYN GASQnow8, of Qaw-tI7. under the style of Woodau,, Mti?8HAiL, tooius dk eo;, at the CaxUm Press,, Oswftti)r, oid, ■ eCvoe., ry tirlday morning atb Castle Street, LlamgoUm and ot all nevsiSMte*^ All a4vert!'semen>t9 and eoatmtmleaAlocs tab Quested to be addwased to tte "Advi OCEtafc s Llangollen, or to tlie camn rrefi& oswmft. FlUDA., D'BOÐ!BIR S, ISM,