v ffieneSigaettiau. Awst 12fed, yn Ty'nyffordd, Cords, priod Mr. John J. Jones, ar ferch. Awst 13eg, priod Mr. William Morgan, Garth Ferry, Bangor; ar ferch. Aw«t 22ain, yn Drum-street. Bangor, priod Mr. David Dalies, cyaodyddya swyddfa'r 'North Wales Chronicle', ar ferch. Aw at 22aio, priod Mr. William Ems, Joiner, Dolgellau, ar efeilliaid. Awst 23ain, priod Mr. William Hughes, uArgraffydd, Dolgellau, ar fab. ^NOTRAAAU. Awst 13eg, yn nghapel y Methodistiai i Calfin- aidd, Format gan y Prrch. R. Owen, A.C., Mr. H. S. Roberts, Yagol y Bwrdd, Pennal, mab y Parch. Hugh Roberts, Corrie, Ag Elizabeth Lewis, ail ferch Mr. Lewis Lewis, Qlanvmorfa, Pennal, Meirienydd. Awst 14eg, yn mhreeenoldeb y cofrestryld, yn Ebenezer, Llanymidyfri, Mr. W. Richards, (GwUym Dyfri), Ysgol y Bwrdd, Cwmcothi, A Miss Anne Lewis, Bylchau, o'r un He. Jftattoolaetfiau. Awst 5ed, yn 77 mlwydd oe 1, Ann, anwyl briod Richard Lewis, Pensarn, Llewelyn-street, Aberffraw, air Fon. Awst 9fed, yn ei 70 mlwydd oed, Mr. Godfrey Morton, Tremadog, gynt o'r Plas 16af, Penmorfo. Awst 12fed, yn 86 mlwydd oed, )n Tyddyn Pen- rhes, Llaofaehreth, get- Dolgellau, Gwen, gwcddw Thomas Jones, yr hwn a fu yn coachman gyd&'r diweddar Misses Thomas, Coed Helen, ger Oaer- aarfon, am chwe mlynedd ar hugain.
EISTEDDFOD MELSIOTT, CALAN, 1881. MAE y Testynau yn barod. Ugain Punt o wohr i'r Cor buddugol, a Deg Punt i'r Brass Band buddugol. O. O. ROBERTS, ) E. LLOYD JONES, > Ysg. R. TREVOR JONES, ) COL.BG ANNIBYNOL, Y BALA (HEN GY15ANSODDIAD). CYNELIR Pwyfrgqr Cyffrediuol y Sefydliad uchod yn y BafaNum lleg o'r gloch dydd Mercher, Medi laf, lL88(A,Sftlvmunir ar i'rEthol- aeth fod yno mor g/yno ag y Byddo yn bosibl. DAVIDRJIES, Ysg. STRENGTH fob THE WEAK The attention of the feeble, and those in failing health, is particularly called to one of the greatest discoveries of modern times, known as LIEBIG S CHEMICAL FOOD, • Or WINE OF PHOSPHATES, A Nutritious and Invigorating Essence, highly recom- mended by the most eminent of the Medical Profession for the Cure of Nervous Head and Mind Complaints, Cnnghs, Asthma and Incipient Consumption, Nervousness, Weakness and Exhaustion, Dimness of Sight, Shortness of Breath, Headache, Depression, Palpitation of the Heart, Drowsiness, Indigestion, Singing Noises in the Head and Kara, Trembling, Loss of Memory, Want of Appetite, Neuralgia, PaiDs and Aohes, Yo astiug Diseases, Loss of Energy, Impaired Nutrition, Inactivity of the Brain, with dulness of perception and delusions and all other low states of the system indicating the presence of disease, which if not attended to in time may become sarions. Testimonial from Sir CHARLES LO- CO OK. Physician to the Queen. "I have for some years recommended LIEBIG'S "CHEMICAL FOOD in cases of general ill- "health with the most beneficial results. I find it "to be a Tery pure preparation, containing amongst "other things free and unoxydized Phosphorus "highly diffused. and when persevered with has "always seemed to give fresh life to the languid "and exhausted, and health, strength, nod energy. "By its use the dull, the sluggish, the lazy and J "languid arise in the morning well and refreshed, "with an appetite for food, and fit for study, "society or business. "CHARLES LOCOCK, M. D." Liebig's Chemical Food Is the true strength-giver and health restorer, nourish- ing both body and brain, supplying mental and physical power, and nerve and brain food. It19 not at all like U- medicine, being entirely diflerent to anything ever before introduced to the public, and tastes like some balmy, fragrant, and delicious nectar. Liebig's Chemical Food Purities and Enricbes the Blood, thereby rendering the skin clear and transparent, sharpens the intellect, strengthens the constitution, re-establishes the health thoroughly re-vitalises the system, and is the one un failing remedy for debility from whatever cause arising Liebig's Chemical Food Will also be found highly beneficial in all diseases of the Heart, Cheat, Liver, Lungs, Kidneys, Stomach, and Bowels, and there is scarcely a disease but what will be benefited by it, and in all human probability cured. While all other preparations of Phosphorus are slow and uncertain in their action. taking days and some- times weeks to produce an effect, this CHEMICAL FOOD (Wine of Phosphates) acts at once and gives strength in one hour, and has been known to lestore health in less than a week, oven after the failure of the usual remedies. This remarkable preparation not only contains all the materials necessary for the foundation of a new consti- tution and for preventing er curing disease, but also envolves everything required for forming rich, pure, and healthy blood, muscle, flesh, bone, brain. &c., and con- tains the very elements of LIFE. This wine is perfectly free from alcohol, and restores to the system whatever it requires, the absence of which often causes the debility. The secretions are all brought to their natural healthy condition, and physical decay arrested. This wine is as certain in its action as that water quenches thirst and its benefits are lasting. OPINIONS OF THE PRESS. "Far superior to beef-tea, port wine, and all tonic medi- eines.Lancet. "A medicine suited alike to young and old, that cannot harm the most delicate, and very strengthening.Prao- titioner. "Nervous Debility, caused by the constitution having been injured in early life, can be cured by this remedy if taken judiciously."—Medical Times. "The nearest approach to a cure for consumption that has yet been discovered." -British Medical Journal. "Particularly adapted to the female system. New York Journal of Medicine and Surgery. "Seems to be a specific every form of weakness and cures most diseases. "-Dublin Medical Press. "A mild remedy of universal application, and a good family medlcine.Monthly Journal of Pharmacy. "Lays the foundation of health in the young, and soon builds up a strong constitution."—Druitt's Surgeons' Vade- Mecum. "Will save ten times its costs in doctors'bills."—American Pharmaceutical Journal. "It is one of the few preparations that can be depended upon, and must, in course of time, entirely supersede quin. ine, iron, cod liver oil, tonics, bitters, and the thousand and one fashionable, dear, and doubtful remediea.Chemi,t and Druggist. Sold In Bottles at Z8. 9d., 4s. SeL, and lis., and also In 33s. and f. 5 Cases. Any Chemist not having it in Stock will procure it to order; and there is a grent saving in buying the larger size. XTo prevent confusion when you ask for LIEBIO'S CHEVIICAL FOOD see that you gat it, as our Agents sell all our Nutritius and Preparation which are rumerous. Remember ha LIEBIG'S CHEMICAL FOOD is a medicine sold in bottles and bearing the Government Stamp London Agents: Barclay and Sons, 95, Farringdon Stree Edwards ard Sons, 157, Queen Victoria Street; Newbury and Sons, 87, Newgate Street; Millard and Sons, 400. Charterhouse Square; Sanger and Sons, 150 and 252, Oxford Street; Hovenden and Sons, 5, Great Marl- borough Street, W., and 93 and 95, City Road; Sutton and Co., 10, Bow Churchyard; Butler and Orispe, 4. Cheapsiile; Maw, Son, and Thompson, 7 to 12, Alders. gate Street; Lynch and Co., 171A and 171B, Aldersgate Street; Wiiliam Mather, Farringdon Road; and J. C. Thompson, 121, New North Road. OaDBa OF ANY CBBMIST. LIEBIG & CO., WANDSWORTH RD., LONDON, S.W. Chemists are cautioned against makidg or offering for sale preparations and calling them "Chemical Food" as it was decided in the case of Liebig v Scully, thi Jft- were the ori<?iners of the name and had the sole right ^^fse it, and all persons selling other articles by this na.uc not only render themselves liable to to an action for damages but also to Chancery proceedings. EfiRSON'S" TROUBLED with CORNS and WART3 should at once procure a bottle of ROTUN.suN'h ATKNX COUN SOLVENT, which never f&ili to quickly remove thf,iii. I 7yiil. and lSHd. per Bottle. From all Oh: niWt.s or i><-r post, 3d. extra, from JJ. ltouixaox, Cliemist, Mniu'li Have no Imitations. [5r TVA\VN TENNIS, from 16s. 6d. per Set. At -1-1 ROQNEY S. Bishopsgate St., London, E.C. M AT H E E' S CHEMICAL ™ FLY PAPERS For Poisoning Flies, Wasps, JLfUs, Pwttww pSOLD BY ALL CHE^STs'aTATIONERS, in* OILMEN, AT ONE HALFPENNY EACH. YPA TWELYESHEETSSENTPOSXEBBJI yOJK SIX STAMPS. WILLIAM MATHER, DYER srniiKT. Chester ROAD, MANchxsTit* < [OG RSH'i'T COLLfeCjE, ESSEX.—The school for the times, delightfully situated in125acres of park-like grounds. First-class education, well-qualified masters, and best diet without limit. Cricket, lawn tennis, and croquet grounds, gymnasium and swimming. Fees, to date from entraaee, & guineas per terni; fSl vCriND Hl^ijLANDb.-ftojrai Route, Crinan, 32* donian Cannls. or lana, Glugcw. daily. T a.ni.: Oban, Scaffa, Jjlps'. Highland*. Official Guide, ad.; Illustrated, 6il. ■»ap, lourist Fares, free from the Owner. DAVID MAf.'HTlAVNg, 119, Hope Street. Glasgow. fd :GLUNDP, rL TI'VERTON, Devon. I Scholarships £60? a year. Now Buildings for 200 boya are ftoing erected on a of 20 acres near the town. SCKiPTXTttE PICF0B.B CARDS, beautifully executed front Original Paintings, ioraunday Schools. 11 sent post free for ISA 2a. Azentsw | LONDON CLOTHING—Carriage paid to t Railway Station in Great Britain. I „ SPECIALITY. „ THE UNTEARABLE is specially manufactured for us, and is of new and design. We, fortunately, placed extensive orders for D*-™ .Summer and Winter substances before the late great advance* j took place in the price of the raw material, ana therefore c»™ j supply articles made from this now Fashionable and Favouriw Fabric as underi SUITS-42s. TROUSERS 12s. 6d. OVERCOATS-2W» SUITS-60s. TROUSERS 16S. 6(L OVERCOATS-SO* SUITS 63s. TROUSERS 21s. OVERCOATS- 43* Price List, with Easy llules for Self-Measure, and Pattern* GRATIS and POST FREE. Remittances must accompany •* £ orders in the event of Goods not being approved (if\ot injured) they will be exchanged. E. MOSES & SON, Merchant and Bespoke Tailors, Habit Matterst Hosiers, Boot and Shoe Maymfaczurers, and General OutfaWO A'?BS} Minories and Aldgate, LOKDOK^ "THE NOSE MACHINE applied to the nose for aa hour daily, so directs the cartilage that an ill-formed ■ quickly shaped to perfection." io/8, post, secretly Backed for Stamps. ALEX. ROSS, 21, Lamb s Conduit Street, London. JOSEPH GILLOT'FS STEEL PENS. aD MEDAL, PARIS, "I r I TN THE MATTER of the Companies' Acts i 1862, 1867, and 1877; and in the MATTER of the TRAVELLERS' ACCIDENT INSUR- ANCE COMPANY, Limited.-The CREDI- TORS of the above-named Company are required, on or before the 20th day of September, 1880, to SEND their names and addresses, and the PARTICULARS of their DEBTS or claims, and the names and addresses of their Solicitors, if any, to Mr. James Waddell, of No. I, Qaeeu Victoria-street, in the City of London, Public Accountant, the OFFICIAL LIQUIDATOR of the said Company; and if so required by notice in writing from the said Official Liquidator, are, by their Solicitors, torcome in and prove their said debts or claims, at the Chambers of I the Masters of the Rolls, in the Rolls-yard, r Chancery-lane, in the County of Middlesex, at such time as shall be specified in such notice, or in default thereof they will be excluded from the benefit of any distribution made before such debts are proved. Monday, the 1st day of November, 1880, at Eleven o'Clock in the fore- noon, at the said Chambers, is appointed for hearing and adjudicating upon the debts and claims. Dated this 5th day of August, 1880. ROBERT MARSHALL, Chief Clerk. HANBURY, HUTTON, & WHITTING, 62, New Broad-street, London, E.C., Solicitors for the Official Liquidator. YN AWR YN BAROD, Pris la. mewn papyr; a Is. 6c. meum. byrddau; yn cynwys 263 o Du- dalenau, a 33 o Ddarluniau, TAITH Y PUIiERlN QAW JOHN BUNYAN. Cyhoeddedig gan W. Hughes, Swyddfa y DTSGIDTDD Dolgellau YN BAROD. ESBONIAD CYF LA WN Rhif 25. Pris Be. Y BYWYD-TAD, • Buddugol yn Eisteddfod Meirion, Pris 6c. I'w cael o Swyddfa y DY DD, Dolgellau. — GWEDDI HABBACUC, GAN Y Diweddar J. AMBROSE LLOYD, Li yn y Ddau Nodiant. Pris Is. 6s., yr UD. I'w chael o Swyddfa y DYDD, Dolglflau.