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WANTED, a MILLER.—Apply to J. H. r Evan?-, Pebllg Mill, near Carnarvon. 1802h ~\T7"ANTED, a strong, active, Youth, as an t T Apprentice.—Apply to E. and II. Huglies, ironmongers, &c., Holy well. 179-Vo TO PUBLICANS AND OTHERS.—TO BE LET, a capital. corner Wine and Spirit Vaults, in one of the best business towns in North "Wales. Long lease. Doing a good trade.— Apply, "Cwmry, office of this paper, for part- iculars. 1809. e TWO RESPECTABLE YOUTHS having finished their education desire situations, one aged seventeen as Clerk, the other fourteen as an Apprentice to the Drapery Eusiness.-Arldress, S.S.U. 1721h TO BE SOLD CHEAP.—Two Boats in good condition, one Sailing Boat 16 feet long, and Rowing Boat 24 feet long.—Apply, Globe Inn, New-street, Carnarvon. 1695g AUSEWAY SETT MAKERS WANTED.— C Hands that can make Setts and Cubes will obtain permanent employment at Croy Quarries, near Glasgow.—Apply A. and J. Faill. 1784g VTLLltELI WATERWORKS.—Yn eisiau, J. Deugain o Labrwyr at dovi y Cuttings er gosod i lawr Mains' y gwaith uchod.Ymofyner a'r Contractor ar y lie, Mr Uwen E. Owen. 1781g rpo PARENTS AND GUARDIANS—Mr X O. ROBERTS, Chemist and Druggist, Amlwch, has a vacancy for a well-educated YOUTH as an Apprentice. 1754b MILLINERY, &c.—Mrs Rowlands, Brad- JJ.l. ford House, Bangor, has a vacancy for a Young Lady as an Apprentice to the Millinery, also to serve. 1794b WANTED, BRICKLAYERS and STONE MASONS, for Building Cottages, six months work quaranteed.—Apply to Mr Farren,Carllarvon, cr at i he works to Thomas Jones, Foreman, Yr Eifl Quarry. Trevor, near Llanaelhaiarn. 1795-h. »|>0 TAILORSTAND DRAPERS.—Wanted, X a situation as CUTTER. Carnarvonshire preferred. First class references, willing to travel and solicit orders, or to fill up time in sewing. Apply at once to X.Y.Z., Y Genedl Gymreig Office, Carnarvon. 1793-h. 0 BUILDERS AND OTHERS.—FREE- HOLD BUILDING LAND in Lots to be Sold or Let on long leases at Llanberis. The land is well laid out with streets and drains, and work- men's houses are in great demand in the district.- Apply to John Menzies, 16, North-road. Car- narvon. 1728h UPPER BANGOR GRAMMAR SCHOOL. LJ CONDUCTED BY THE REV. D. D. JONES. Bydd y sefydliad uchod yn ail-agor ddydd Mawrth, Gorphenaf 23, 1878. Y mae yma fanteis- ion neillduol i wyr ieuainc, yn enwedig y rhai hyny y mae eu haddysg foreuol wedi ei esgeuluso. Cynwysa'r cangenau a addrsgir yma,—Algebra, Euclid, Latin, Greek, &c. Y telcrau i'w cael trwy gyfeirio fel uchod. 1752h /^lADNANT ESTATE—TO CONTRACTORS. \j —Builders wishing to Tender for the erection of Eight Houses at Meziai Bridge, on the Cadnant Estate, for John B. Price, Esq., can see the Plans and Specifications at our offices, Menai Bridge, on and after Monday, the 22nd instant. Tenders properly endorsed to be delivered on or before August 1st. No guarantee is given that the lowest or any Tender will be accepted. JOHN & R. G. THOMAS, Carnarvon and Menai Bridge, Architects. July 15th, 1878. rnGg TO PAINTERS.—Persons desirous of Ten- dering for Painting the Baptist Chapel at Bethesda may inspect the chapel and see the speci- fication on applying to Mr E. W. Jones, Oloth Hall. Any information may be obtained by applying to the Architect. Sealed Tenders marked outside "Tender for Chapel" to be delivered to Mr E. W. Jones, Cloth Hall, Bethesda, near Ban- gor, not later than Thursday, the 8th day of August next. No pledge is given that the lowest or any Tender will be accepted. RICHARD DA VIES, Architect. Bangor, July 23, 1878. 1807 WM. POWELL (Associate in Music of the University College of Wales) begs to inform the Ladies and Gentlemen of Portmadoc, Festiniog, Criccieth, Barmouth, and Pwllheli, that he is prepared to give lessons in Pianoforte, Harmonium, and Singing, also Theory of Music, including Harmony, Counterpoint, Composition, and Elementary Acoustics. Pupils prepared for the Oxford and Cambridge Local examinations in Music, also for the examinations in Music of the University College of Wales. F:rst term commences July 24th. Terms on applications. 132, High-street, 1796-h. Portmadoc. jyjAJOR MATHEWS TESTIMONIAL. At a meetin? held at Portmadoc on the 19th imt., Edward Broese, Esq., in the chair, it was re- solved to present MAJOR EDWARD WINDUS MATHEW, on the occasion of his leaving Wein to reside in England, with a Testimonial of the respect and regard in which -he is held by his friends and neighbours, and in recognition of his own and his late father's services to the communi- ty in both a private and public capacity during a residence of nearly half a century in the neigh- bourhood.. „„, „ Amount already promised, i-34 /s. Subscriptions will be received by the National Provincial Bank of England, Portwacbc, or by the Secretary, F. H. STROWGER, National Provincial Bank of England, 799£ Portmadoc. CARNARVON. ELIGIBLE LEASEHOLD PROPERTY. MESSRS E, H. OWEN AND SON will 111. SELL BY AUCTION, at the Queen's Hotel Carnarvon, on Saturday, August 10th, 1878, fit :);. clock poLl., subject to such conditions as will th n be announced, the following LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES: House and Premises, No. 10, Thomas-street, No. 7, Victoria-street. Particulars'wiil appear in future advertisementf, or may be obtained on application to Messrs Turner and Allanson, Solicitors, or from the Auctioneers at Carnarvon. 1805b CAELLWYNGRYDD, BETHESDA. DESIRABLE FREEHOLD INVESTMENT. MR JOHN PRITCHARD has been instructed to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION at the Royal Oak Inn, Rachub, on Saturday, August 3rd, 1878, at 3.30 p.m. prompt, in such Lot or Lots, and Subject to such conditions of Sale as shall be there and then produced, Two Capital Freehold Cottages, situate in Caellwyngrydd, Bethesda, now in the occupation of William Jones and William Williams, together with the Building adjoining, lately used as a Wcsleyan Chapel (and now as a iosier's workshop), and containing by admeasure- ment 250 square yards. The cnapel can at a very moderate outlay be converted into two cottages, a id with the increasing demand for cottages in thi- ii i^hbonrhood, the above is an excellent opportunity for securing a safe-investment and a vote for the county. For further particulars apply to J. G-lynne Jones, Esq., Solicitor, Bangor, or the Auctioneer, 1, riusUwyd-terrace, Bangor. 1.82g ro LET.—An old established respectable Ja- l't- BLIC HOUSE in Carnarvon.—Apply, office xf this p iper. 1694g VI ISSES OWENS, Dress and Mantle -i-'i Establishment, 11, Thomas-street, Carnar- von, are in want of several apprenticcs.-Apply to the above. 1760h /1\ "Tau nawdd Daw a'i" Y gwir yn erbyn y dangnef." byd." lesu, na'd gamwaith." "Calon wrth galon." A laddo a ledclir." Duw, a phob daioni." EISTEDDFOD FREINIOL GENEDL- J-J AETHOL BIRKENHEAD, CADAIR ARTHUR, A GORSEDD BEIRDD YNYS PRYDAIN, MEDI 17, 18, 19, a 20, 1878. Rhoddir agos i £1000 mewn gwobrwyon. Y Cyfansoddiadau i'w lianfon i mewn erbyn Awst laf enwau ymgeiswyr am Urddau, Arholiadau, a Chystadleuon Cerddorol, erbyn yr 20fed o Awst. Ceir rhestr gyflawn a diwygiedig o'r Testynau ar dderbyniad" dwy stamp ceiniog, ond anfon at yr Ysgrifenyddion, sef, GWILYM ALLTWEN, Literary Secretary, Birkenhead. D. RHYS, Ysgrifenydd Cyffredinol, Woodside Ferry Rooms, Birkenhead. 1421h PRELIMINARY" ANNOUNCEMENT. 0 A GRAND AGRICULTURAL, HORTICULTURAL, AND POULTRY SHOW, OPEN TO NORTH WALES, WILL BE HELD IN THE PAVILION, CARNARVON, ABOUT THE FIRST WEEK IN SEPTEMBER NEXT. Further partedars and the LIST OF PRIZES will be issued shortly. WILLIAM FARREN, 1808 RON. SECRETARY. HERBERT CARELESS CABINtT MAKER IPHOLSTERER AND COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHER, GENERAL DRAPER, &c., :)4 AND 55, MOSTYN STREET LLANDUBNO. AUCTIONEER AND VALUER. ESTIMATES GIVEN.

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