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THE NORTH WALES EXPRESS, A FIRST-CLASS X WEEKLY NEWSPAPER CONTAINING EIGHT PAGES-48 COLUMNS PUBLISHED ON THURSDAYS & FRIDAYS. PRICE ONE PENNY. POST FOR SIX MONTHS, BY IF PAID IN ADVANCE, THREE SHILLINGS; CREDIT, THREE SHILLINGS AND SIXPENCE. IT CONTAINS REPORTS OF ALL PROCEEDINGS THROUGH- OUT THE NORTH WALES COUNTIES. A FULL DIGEST OF THE GENERAL NEWS OF THE WEEK. PARLIAMENTARY AND POLITICAL MOVEMENTS. SOCIAL AND RELIGIOUS TOPICS. LATEST HOME AND FOREIGN TELEGRAMS. EDUCATIONAL, LITERARY, AND ANTI- QUARIAN ITEMS. SPECIAL BEPORTS OF MARKETS, TRADE AND AGRICULTURAL MATTERS GIVEN WEEKLY, .A feature especially interesting to FARMERS AND TRADESMEN. "THE NORTH WALES EXPRESS" IS THE LARGEST PENNY PAPER IN THE DISTRICT. FIRST-CLASS ADVERTISING MEDIUM PUBLISHING OFFICES:- Holyhead, Bangor, Conway, Llandudno, Rhyl, Holywell, Flint, Denbigh, Mold, Portmadoc. Dolgelley, and Festiniog. Scale of Charges for Advertisements IN THE NORTH WALES EXPRESS AND Y GENEDL GYMREIG. Per Line Parliamentary Notices, Election Ad- dresse§, Public Companies, Legal I and Public Notices, Sales of ( Property, &c., &c ) Furniture Auctions and Private Sales, ) Eisteddfodau, Entertainments, &c J Trade Addresses, Charities, Books, 1 Lists of Subscriptions ) (Special arrangements made for a series of insertions oj PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS OF THE FOLLOWING CLASSES Houses to be Let, I Apartments to be Let Situations Wanted Money Wanted Situations Vacant Miscellaneous Wants Apartments Wanted Lost or Found Are inserted at the tendermentioned charges :—■ One Insertion (20 words) Is. Three Insertions 2s 6d. And 3d. for each additional line of eight words. No Credit Advertisements charged less than 2s. 6d. All Advertisements not ordered for a definite period will be inserted until countermanded. A Discount of 10 per cent. allowed when Advertisements are ordered in both papers. Agencies everywhere throughout North Wales. THE FOLLOWING IS A LIST OF THE APPOINTED PUBLISHING OFFICES AND AGENCIES, Where Advertisements will be received up to noon on Thursdays:— ABERGELE Mr Robert Jones, Stationer AxLWCH Mr D. Jones, Stamp Office Mr H. Hughes, Bookseller BANGOR. Messrs Humphreys & Parry Misses Davies, Stationers Misses Roberts, do. ,f Messrs Nixon & Jarvis, do. Mr Mendus Jones, do. Messrs Smith & Son, Railway Station BEAUMARIS Misses Davies, Booksellers BETHESDA Mr John Jones, do Mr D. W. Prichard; do. BALA Mr Hugh Lloyd, News Agent BAGILLT Mr Edw. Williams, Bookseller BARMOUTH Mr John Evans, News Agent BETTWSYCOED Mrs Jones, do. CARNARVON Of all Booksellers and News- agents CONWAY Mr Owen Evans, Stamp Office „ T. Mr W. Jones, Stationer CjoLW Mr Thomas Davies, Bookseller CORWEN Mrs Jones, London-road DENBIGH Mr W. A. Nott Messrs Snith and Son, Railway Statton DOLGELLAU Mr Robert O. Rees »• M^Ffliq1^ an<* Railway DOLYDDELEN • Mr ™ Pierce (Ellis o'r Nant) FLINT ^r Thomas Jones, Post Office FESTINIOG • • • 5 if Cherts, Bookseller Mr S. Howard, do. Mr Robert Thomas do Mrs Jones, Cambrian' House Tanygnsiau Mr Evan Lloyd, Saron HOLYHEAD Mr H. G. Hughes, Bookseller Mrs Williams, Boston House Messrs Smith and Son, Railway Station HOLYWELL Mr J. Kerfoot Evans LLANDUDNO Mr W. B. Woodcock Mr Griffith, Napier House Mr Davies, Mostyn-street Mr Roberts, Liverpool House Mr R. C. Tomkinson „ Mr Wm. Evans, Grocer Mr Andrews, Bookseller Mr B. Edmunds, Hairdresser. LLANBERIS MrD. H. Williams, Stationers' Hall LLANGEFNI Mrs Williams, Bookseller LLANERCHYMEDD Misses Jones, do. LLANRWST •• Mr Evan Evans, Watling-street LLANFAIRFECHAN.. Mr E. Williams, China-terrace LLANGOLLEN • • Mr Holding MOLD Messrs Beresford- & Co. Messrs Pring and Price Messrs Hugh Jones & Co MENAI BRIDGE Messrs Smith and Son PORTDINORWIC Mr John Roberts PORTMADOC Mr R. G. Humphreys, Book- seller p tt Mr 0. P. Williams, do. „ Mr David Lloyd, do. PWLLHELI Mr Robert Owen, Stationer PJSNYGROES Mr Griffith Lewis, Bookseller PENMACHNO Mr W. P. Jones, News Agent PENMAENMAWB Mr R. Prichard, Bookseller BHOSYMEDRE Mr D. Jones, Printer RUTHIN Mr R. Lloyd BHYL Mr D. Treheame Mr Berrillgto „ Mrs C. Nott Messrs Smithand Son, Railway Station

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DISTRICT MARKETS.

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AN ESTIMATE OF CANNING.

SAVAGE MODES OF PRAYER.

MR TOOLE'S TALE OF A GOOSE.

THE FASHIONS.

ROBBERY OF 400 POUNDS IN MANCHESTER.

ITHE MOXMOUTirSHlHE TRAGEDY.

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