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On Thursday, May 23rd, an enquiry was held at Wrex" ham by Mr. E. Smith, C.E., Commissioner of the Local Government Board, in reference to the proposal for the drainage of Brymbo, at a cost £ 6,000. The enquiry was adjourned sine die for the amendment of tb i plans. Last week the neighbours and work people of Mr. A. Balfour, Rossett, assembled to welcome him and his family home from the South of France, and presented him with an illuminated address of congratulation upon the recovery of his health. HEALTH WITHOUT MEDICINE, inconvenience or expense, re- stored by Du BARRY'S DELICIOUS REVALENTA ARABICA FOOD, which repairs the mucous membrane of the stomach and expels and renews the blood rapidly, curing effectually chronic indi- gestion (dyspepsia), habitual constipation, diarrhoea, hemor- rhoids, liver complaints, flatulency, nervousness, biliousness,all kinds of fevers, sore throats, catarrhs, colds, influenza, noises in the head and ears, rheumatism, gout, poverty and impurities of the blood, eruptions, hysteria, neuralgia, irritability, sleep- lessness, low spirits, spleen, acidity, waterbrash, palpitation, heartburn, headache, debility, dropsy, cramps, spasms, nausea, and vomiting after eating, even in pregnancy or at set, sinking fits, cough, asthma, bronchitis, cosumption, exhaustion, epilepsy, diabetes, paralysis, wasting away, and the feverish and bitter taste on awaking, or caused by tobacco or drink. 30 years' in- variable success with adults and delicate children. 90,000 cures of cases considered hopeless. It contains four times as much nourishment as meat. It is likewise the only recognized food to rear delicate infants successfully, and to overcome all in- fantine difficulties in teething, weaning, measles, fevers, rest- lessness, diarrhoea, eruptions. Fed on this food infants thrive better than on nurses' milk, and the most restless even sleep soundly all night through It saves 50 times its cost fn drugs. Important cautionThirty years' well-deserved and world-wide reputation of Du Barry's Food has led some speculators to puff up all kinds of foods. However, Mr. Pye Henry Chevase, F.R.C.S., author of Advice to a mother," analyzed 16 of these, and declared Du Barry's food to be the best. Likewise Dr. B. E. Routh, physician to the Samaritan Hospital for Women and Children, declares Among the vegetable substances Du Barry's Revalenta Arabica is the best, as it contains all the ele- ments of milk," and that under its influence many women and children affected with atrophy and marked debility have com- pletely recovered." Dr. William Wallace Elmslie,lof 7, Seafield Brighton, W., writes to the Lancet Du Barry's Food is worth its weight in gold." Cure No. 89,915 Twenty-five years' incredible miseries from chronic dyspepsia, nervousness, sleeplessness, low spirits, debility, and swellings ;»11 over to double my natural size—miseries I endured, and for which I tried the best advice in vain. For five months I have lived en- tirely on Du Barry's Revalenta Arabica Food, I never felt so well in lilY life as I do now, all the swelling and nervousness hav- ing left me. I sleep well and feel happy, CHARLES TUSON.— Monmouth, 30th of August, 1876." Du Barry's Revalenta Ara- bica Food (suitably packed forall climates) sells: In tins of ilb. at 2s. lib, 3s. 6d. 21b., Cs.; 5lb., 14s.; 121bs. 32s. 24lb., 60s. Du BARRY'S REVALENTA ARABICA CHOCOLATE.—Powder in tin canisters for 12 cups at 2rf. 24 cups, 3s. 6d. 48 cups, 6s.; 288 cups, 34s.; 576 cups 04s. Du BARRY'S REVALENTA BISCUITS.—They soothe the most irritable stomach and nerves, in nausea and sickness, even in pregnancy or at sea, heartburn, and the feverish, acid, or bitter taste on waking up, or caused by tobacco or drinking.—lib., 3s. 6d.; 21b., 6s.; 5lb., 15s.; 121b., 32s.; 24lb., 60s. Du BARRY AND Co., LIMITED, No. 77, Regent-street, London, W., and through all Grocers and Chemists in the world.—Sold in this district: Carnarvon —Mr. Roberts, grocer. „ Pugh and Pritchard, 33, Pool-street1 Festiniog-R.. Parry, general dealer. Llanrwst—Jos Finchett, grocer. Machynlleth—T. Broes, grocer. Thos. Rees, grocer. Newtown, Mont.—R. Lloyd, jun., grocer. THE CAMBRIAN NEW S JEerwmethsItt« Stattbarb & Jlbcnisttmith CQrim.e6 Is the LEADING JOURNAL for an EXTENSIVE DISTRICT in NORTH and SOUTH WALES, INCLUDING Merionethshire, Cardiganshire, South Carnar- vonshire, and parts of other Counties. The CAMBRIAN NEWS is sold by AGENTS in tlte following places CARDIGANSHIRE. Mr-J- Gibson,3, Queen's road 1 Tlpal BorouSh, (Publishing Office of th« a seaport, and one of the fa- Cambrian News ) SSi lit'uiKSy Gtrat College of Wales is situated 8 here. Aberystwyth is the ter- minus of the Cambrian Rail- here. Aberystwyth is the ter- minus of the Cambrian Rail- way, and the Manchester and Milford Railway. ) ABERAERON (Watering place, -) Mr W Griffin™ seaport and quarter sessions j stamp distributor BORTH Mr. Evans, Rhyd, nrPost-office BOW STREET Miss Williams, Post-office CAPEL BANGOR Mr. Blackwell, Post-Office. CARDIGAN (As3ize Town, Par-) hamentary and Municipal VMrs. Williams, bookseller Borough and seaport.) J KSeuer. CWMYSTWYTH Mr. C. Burrill, Post-Office GOGINAN (Situate near several lead mineli) Mr. P. Nicholls, Druicl Inn borough. St. ijavi^s^'ollege 1Mr" J w- Evans, Medical Hall is here.) 6 J Mr. D. Rees, draper. LLANDDEWI BREFI Mr. Thomm Jones, grocer. LLANYBYTHER :\lr.. Evan Evans, newsag;entl LLANGEITHO Mr. Stephen Jones, picture framer. LLANILAR Mr. Jenkin Morris, draper LLANON Mr. Daniel Jones, grocer LLANRHYSTYD ROAD Stationmaster. PONTERWYD (Waterfalls and Mr. William Claridge, Goeer- lead mines in neighbourhood)) ddan Arms. woger PONTRHYDFENDIGAlD Mr. J. Thomas, draper PONTRHYDYGROES Nlr. T. H. Davies, Post-ofrice SWYDDFYNNON Mr. Evan Jones, shopkeeper TALIESIN (Lead mines) Mr. Thomas Jones, Post-Office TALYBONT (Lead mines) Mr. John Pritchard TREGARON (A market town where large fairs are held) Mr. E. C. Evans CARNARVONSHIRE. BEDDGELERT Mr. Evan Roberts, bookseller BANGOR Messrs. W. H. Smith and Son, Railway Bookstall BETTWS-Y-COED Miss Jones, Post-Office CARNARVON Mr. D. W Davies, printer and stationer. CRICCIETH (a pleasant water- Mr. Bowen, bookseller and ing place witn fine rciountiiin stationer views) DOLYDDELEN Mr. Ellis Pierce PORTMADOC! (Terminus of Mr. D. Lloyd (Publishing-Office the estimog Radway. An ( of the Cambrian News) important shipping port; a [Mr O. P. Williams, 5 Bank-place growing town) ) Mr R. Humphreys stationer „ Messrs. W. Smith and Son Bookstall PWLLHELI Mr. J. T. Evans, bookseller. Church-street TALYSARN Mr. David Thomas, bookseller MERIONETHSHIRE, ABERDOVEY (Seaport and Watering place) Mr. W. Williams, Caprera House ABERGANOLWYN (great slate quarries in the neighbourhood) Mr. E. Jones, Post-Office ARTHOG Mrs. Jones, Post Office BALA (theCalvinisticand Inde-\ T u T „• pendent Colleges are situated ( Jones, High-street here, and it is much visited by f (Publishing Office of the tourists) ) Cambrian JSews) BARMOUTH (one of the favour- ite watering places of Wales).. Mr. John Evans, grocer Glan- » ■> ymon House CORRIS Mr. Robert W. Evans, grocer i) Mr. D. If or Jones CORWEN (a market town) Mr. T, Edmunds, printer DINAS MAWDDWY (Terminus of the Mawddwy Railway) Messrs Evans and Sons DOLGELLEY (Assize and Quar- } Mr. Owen Rees, printer tor Sessions held here. One of (Mr. R. O. Rees, chemist the head quarters of Tourists, f Manufacture—Welsh Tweeds) ) DYFFRYN Mr. J. Roberts, Shop Isaf FESTINIOG (the great slate dis- "j Mr. Ellis Roberts, booksellpr trict of Wales. Terminus of f Four Crosses the Festiniog Railway. A (Mr. Evan Lloyd, Sarn. very populous place) ) Mr, S. Howard, bookseller,. New Market-place, Four Crosses HARLECH Mr. W. Evans. Gorfwysfa Cot- tage LLANBEDR Messrs. J. Evans and Sons LLANEGRYN Mr. Pughe, chemist LLANELLTYD Mr. T. Griffiths LLWYNGWRIL Mr. J. Lewis, The Mill MAENTWROG Miss M. Richards PENNAL Mr. R. Humphreys PENRHYNDEUDRAETH (A popidous place). Mr. A. A. Mitcherd TALSARNAU Mr. G. Williams, postmaster, TOWYN ( favourite watering) Mr. J. Janes, Post-Office place) Mr. Evan Newell MACHYNLLETH (market town) Mrs. C. Hughes, confectioner- In the neighbourhood are V Penrallt-street several mines) ) Messrs. Smith and Son, Rail- way Bookstall LLANBRYNMAIR Mr. Maurice Jones, Winllan NEWTOWN Messrs Phillips & Son, printers- WELSHPOOL Messrs. Smith and Son, Rail- way Bookstall OSWESTRY Messrs. W. H. Smith and Son Askew Roberts, Woodall, andi Venables LIVERPOOL Messrs. Foulkes and Evans1 16, Tithebarn-street Mr. T. Lloyd, 52, Everton-rd. LONDON Messrs. Davies and Co., No. 1 Finch Lane, CornhiU Mr. Win. Pugh, Aldersgate Buildings, 91, Aldersgate-st. Mr. E. Evans, 21, Fairbanks street, East Road CHESTER — Mr. J. Rathburne, Roman. Bath, Bridge-street CARMARTHEN Messrs. W. R. Smith and Son Bookstall LLANELLY Messrs. W. H. Smith and Son, Bookstall. MANCHESTER M*. Jus Royle, 2, Old Mill-gate* BIRMINGHAM Messrs. W. H. Smith and Son Great Western Bookstall LLANIDLOES Mr. J. H. Mills 1, Mrs. Pierce, China-street ¡ ADVERTISEMENTS and other communications, in Welsh and English, should ba sent not later than Thursday morning to the Publishers— JACOB JONES, High-street, Bala. J. GIBSON, 3, Queen's-road, Aherystwytb^ 3 or D. LLOYD, Portmadoc.

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