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E. P. JONES, DRAPER, 30, CLWYD-STRELT, RUTHIN, BEGS to inform the Public generally that he has commenced business at the above address, wLiie he hopes to receive their patronage. GENERAL DRAPERY IN ALL ITS BRANCHES, AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PKIOES. A TRIAL IS SOLICITED. II 8910-M PNVELOPES A J AND a OCOTINT BOOKS. AT VERY LOW PRICES. In order to effect a speedy clearances will be SOLD UNDER COST PRICE, at the "North Wilts Expregs and Oenedl Gymreig" offices. No. 1. Men. NEW WORK BY DR. HENRY SMITH. Just Published, now ready, price Threepence, 164 pages; by Post in Envelope, Three Stamps, free to any part of the World. DISEASES PECULIAR TO MEN CON- STITUTIONAL OR ACQUIRED: THEIR CAUSE, CONSEQUENCES AND CURE. It is THE BOOK OF POSITIVE REMEDIES for the Cure of every form of DISEASE PECULIAR TO MEN. ALL DISEASES for which Mercury, Sarsapa- rilla, and Cobaiba are employed by English physicians, to the ruin of the Invalid's health, are now Cured by DR SMITH'S POSITIVE MEDICINES. Thousands of Cases have been Cured by his Positive Remedies when the doctors had given the case up as incurable. COUNTRY INVALIDS, bv the aid of this book, may under- stand the TREATMENT. NO CONSULTATION FEES. NO PERSONA ?< VISITS. DR. HENRY SMITH, 8, Burton Crescent, London, W.C. 3771b THE* CARNARVON PIANOFORTE, HARMONIUM, ORGAN MUSIC, AND MUSICAL INSTRU- MENT WAREHOUSE, BRIDGE-STREET, CARNARVON. THE LARGEST MUSIC WAREHOUSE IN NORTH WALES. WJARRETT ROBERTS has also the • honour of informing the nobility and gentry of Carnarvon and suburbs, that he has added to his staff of tuners, a first-class Pianoforte Tuner and Repairer, from the well known firm of Messrs John Brinsmead & Sons, Gold Medalists, by whom he is highly recommended and specially selected from their factory. W. Jarrett Roberts begs further to intimate that he has found it to be really necessary to have a resident Tuner, whose services can be engaged at any moment; and this having been done in the belief that the town and suburbs of Carnarvon, having such an advantage, will kindly support him in his increased efforts to meet the requires ments of the public. He relies, as heretofore, on kind patronage, feeling convinced there is no other firm in North Wales who can offer the same advantages, and 8 6 give such general satisfaction. Repairsdone in all its branches. Pianos re- silked and polished equal to new. Old instru- ments taken in exchange for new ones. SECONDHAND PIANOFORTES: Trichord, check action, beautiful tone £ 15 Trichord, check action, elegant gilt front £ 21 Handsome Walnut case, excellent tone. Y,15 By Brinsmead, gilt panel front X24 By Allison, 7 octaves, splendid tone £24 &c., &c., The largest assortment of Grands and Semi. Grands in stock, and let them out for concerts, ordinary hire, or three-year purchase system. MUSIC BOXES, from 3s to 25 guineas. 100 VIOLINS now in stock, from 2s 6d to 35 guineas. SHEET MUSIC in stock, or to order by post half price. LONDON PARCELSTWICE DAILY. x2913rl THE BANGOR AND ARFON PERMANENT BUILDING SOCEITY. DIRECTORS: Mr T. T. ROBERTS, Bangor (Chairman). W. C. DAVIES, District Bank. „ EVAN JONES, 47, Glan'rafon. „ HENRY JONES, Castle Bank. J. E. ROBERTS, Victoria House. O. B. DAVIES, 2, Frondeg.terrace. „ DAVID LEWIS, 26, James-street. WILLIAM ROBERTS, Frondeg-street. DIRECTING SECRETARY: Mr D. WHITE, 5, Pen'rallt-terrace, Upper Ban- gor. BANKERS Messrs PUGH, JONES & CO., District Bank. NATIONAL PROVINCIAL BANK. AUDITOR: Mr DAVID WILLIAMS, 39, Victoria-street, Upper Bangor. THIS Society was established in 1867, and it was lately brought under the operation of the Act of 1874, in order that each member might derive every benefit from recent improvements and reforms. The annual reports show that success has fol. lowed its proceedings since its commencement, and so great is the demand for money at the pre- sent time that the directors believe the success in the future will be greater than ever. The num- ber of members is annually increasing, and the absence of losses, and the continuance of the confidence of the public as a proof that its affairs are conducted with cautiousness, ability, and care. Observe especially the following excellencies in connection with the society:- 1.—The expenses of making the deeds are less than those of any other Society. 2.—Perfect safety to all who invest money on interest. 3.-Since the commencement of this Society, 11 years ago, it has paid interest of X5 per cent, together with bonus. P PRICE OF SHARES-XLO EACH. They may be paid in one sum, or in small monthly BILims. Payments are received on the first Tuesday evening in each month, at half-past six o'clock, in the Royal Oak Temperance Hotel, High-street, Bangor. The Directors have also made arrangements with Messrs Pugh, Jones, & Co., together with the National Provincial Bank, to receive money on behalf of the Society at Bangor, Bethesda, Llanberis, Carnarvon, Festin- iog, Menai Bridge, and at all branches of the Bank. LOANS given on very easy terms, at 5 per cent. on the balance at the commencement. of every year. No purchase money is held. For every im- formation as to terms and rules of the Society, apply personally, or by letter, to Mr David Williams, architect and surveyor, 39, Victoria- terrace, Upper Bangor. D WHITE, Director and Secretary, OOOO-M 5, I'en'rallt terrace, Bangor. THE CARNARVON PRINTING WORKS, OFFICES OF "Y GENEDL GYMREIG" AND "THE NORTH WALES EXPRESS," NEW HARBOUR, CARNARVON. • THE Proprietors respectfully call the attention of Quarry Proprietors, Merchants Tradesmen, and the Public generally, to the Works, which have been fitted up with Type and Machinery of the best and newest descriptions. 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Price in paper cover, Is. in beautiful cloth cover, Is. 6d.; by Post, Is. 2d. or 18. 8d. AU orders to be sent to MR. R. WILLIAMS, Publisher, Carnarvon. • THE GRAMMAR SCHOOL, UXBRIDGE-SQUARE, CARNARVON. HEAD MASTER,—MR. SIDDONS, ASSISTED BY QUALIFIED TEACHERS. THIS School is now arranged in three departments—Classical, Commercial, and Preparatory. -L Each department is under the supervision of a seperatc Teacher, who takes special care to simplify the instruction imparted so as to meet the age and capacity of the pupils. Boarders are received by the Head Master, who enjoy Home Comforts, and whose Mental and Phy- sical Training are objects of special attention. For prospectus of terms, &c., apply to MR. SIDDON? B. 2151-M THE NEW FIRE ANN IHILATOR OR THE PATENT CHEMICAL COMPRESSED AIR, AND MANUAL FIRE ENGINE. ROBERT WILLIAMS. BRUN SWICK BUILDINGS, CARNARVON, RESPECTFULLY announces that he has been appointed Agent for this district, for the Hale of FOSTER and GREENHILL'S New Patent Chemical Compressed Air, and Manual Fire Engine, which is the most marvellous machine for extinguishing Fires ever yet invented. NO PLACE OF BUSINESS, GENTLEMAN'S HOUSE, OR HOTEL, SHOULD BE WITHOUT ONE. The Engine is exceedingly simple and can be moved and worked almost by a child. The spuce it occupies is about three feet by 1 foot, and 2l feet high. It is mounted on wheels and is easily moved. The machine is made capable of holding from 33 to 150 gallons of water. The water is forced through a chamber in which a chemical compound is placed, and it is this compound that has a luost remarkable effect on fire. One gallon of water charged with this chemical has been proved to have much more effect than 20 gallons of pure water. pnother singular fact is that Petroleum or Com- bustible Oils, which are rendered more destructive by the effect of water, is extinguished in an instant on the application of this chemical, whilst it is quite harmless to whatever substance or fabric upon which it is thrown. The water is ejected by means oi Compressed Air, which may be pumped into a chamber to a pressure of 200 lbs per inch. Tnis chamber may be alwa/s kept full, rendering the machine always ready for use at a moment's notice, aDd water can be forced a distance of sixty or seventy feet. Any length of hose can be applied. The water thrown out in a small jet insures its being thoroughly impregnated with carbonic acid gas. The cas is ;><'iterated and carried direct fr om the Engine to the fire in small globules, the heat of the fire expands the gas contained in the globules, and evaporates the small quantity of water, consequently the released gas displaces the fire-sustaining properties of the atmosphere, and at once extinguishes the flame. May be seen and examined on application to ROBERT WILLIAMS Brunswick Buildings, Carnarvon. DEBILITY AND NERVOUSNESS.—Re- issue of THE WARNING VOICE," Dr Smith's eelebrated work, of which 500,000 copies were sold. Revised edition. Now ready, 152 pages, by post to all parts of the were sold. Revised edition. Now ready, 152 pages, by post to all parts of the world, in envelope, two stamps.—THE WARN- ING VOICE. This is a.special Medical Book, ad- dressed to Youth and Manhood on the Cause, Symptoms, Consequences, and Treatment of Debilitating Diseases. By HENRY SMITH, Doctor of Medicine of the University of Jena, by Diploma, 1860. THIS IS A NEW MEDICAL WORK on the Nature, Treatment, and cure of Nervous, Mental, and Physical Debility, Lowness of Spirit, Indi- gestion, Dimness of Sight, Want of Energy, Deaf- ness, Epilepsy, Piles, Premature Decay, Headache, &c., resulting from Loss of Nerve Power, the re- sults of Intemperance, Late Hours, Worry, Brain, Toil, &c., which, if neglected, will end in Con- firmed Debility and Premature Decline. Gives the advise and instructions, the result of thirty years' practice, by which thousands have been re- stored to health. Illustrated by caset5 and testi monials from grateful patience, with means of cure used in each case. DR HENRY SMITH, 8, Burton Crescent, London W C x.3503e A COLD Will, with different individuals, show itself in a variety of forms, the most common being Coryza or Cold in the Head, well-known by the lasbitude, weariness, fullness about the head, dry, stuffed-up nostrils, frequent sneezing, with a ''bit of a cough," and tightness across the chest, &c. At once let the patient take GRIFFITH OWEN'S itSSENCE OF COLTSFOOT, mixed with a wine-glassful of warm water, at bed. time-follow the directions given with each bottle, and much evil will be avoided. More than one-third of the deaths in the Metro- polis and the large towns in England arise from Consumption alone. It justifies, therefore, the observation made by Dr Robert Hunter, that the question of prevention and cure is one in which fully Six MILLIONS of the present people of Eng- land have the interest of life itself," owing no doubt to neglected Coughs and Colds. GRIFFITH OWEN'S ESSENCE OF COLTSFOOT, Can always be depended upon in the early stages, see that you get GRIFFITH OWEN'S. Serious are the effects of neglected coughs or colds. GRIFFITH OWEN'S ESSENCE OF COLTSFOOT, Cures nine cases out of ten, and renders the constitution less liable to take fresh cold. See that you get GRIFFITH OWEN'S, and no other imitation. 25 & 27, High-street, Carnarvon, and all chemists. RIFFITH" OWEN'S ESSENCE OF COLTSFOOT Is an elegant Couph Mixture, and agrees with the modern medical treatment of colds, as testified by several medical men. To be had in bottles, Is lid and 2s 9d, of all chemists. The great value of GRIEFITII OWE'S remedy creates a large demand. 25 & 27, High-street, Carnarvon, and all chemists. RIFFITH OWEN'S ESSENCE OF COLTSFOOT. This judicious oombinatien is the most effective remedy for, and preventive against, the consequences arising from exposure to cold in any degree—complaints which may be the prelude to various inflammatory diseases. See that you get GRIFFITH OWEN'S. 25 & 27, High-street, Carnarvon, and all chemists. The surprising cures effected by GRIFFITH OWEN'S ESSENCE OF COLTSFOOT Have astonished many. 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COLLIS BROWNE'S CHLORODYNE, A few doses quite effectiial.-Caution.-The extra- ordinary medical reports on the efficacy of Chlorodyne render it of vital importance that the public should obtain the genuine, which is protected bv a Govern- ment stamp, bearing the words Dr. J. Collis Browne's Chlorodyne." See decision of Vice-Chancellor Sir W. Page Wood, the Times, July 16th, 1864. Numerous testimonials from eminent Physicians aooompany each bottle. From W. C. WILKINSON. Esq., F.RC.S., Spalding. I consider it invaluable in Phthisis and Spasmodic Cough: the benefit is very marked. Frovi Dr. M'Millman, of New Galloway, Scotland. Asa Sedative, Anodyne, and Anti-Spasmodic, I consider Dr. J. Collis Browne's Chlorodyne the most valuable medicine known. Sold in bottles. 1,1" 2 9, & 4 6 by all Chemists. NOTICE.-THE TESTIMONY OF MEDICAL GENTLEMEN AND THE PROFESSIONAL PRESS HAS BEEN UNQUALIFIED IN PRAISE OF LAMPLOUGH's PYRETIC SALINE, as possessing most important elements, calculated to restore and maintain health, with perfect vigour of body and mind:- Have it in your houses and forget it not in your travels." DR. PROUT.—"Unfolding germs of immense benefit to mankind." DR. MORGAN.—It furnishes the blood with its lost saline constituents." DR. TURLEY.—" I found it act as a specific in mry experience and family m the worst form of scarlet fever, no other medicine being required." DR..S. GIBBON (formerly physician of the London Hospital). —"It is the best preparation of the kind I have ever met with. Its usefulness in the treatment of disease has long been con- firmed by medical experience. I speak from adequate knowledge of the preparation, having been in the habit of using it in private practice for many years, and having taken a larger quantity with me when I went as physician to the Smyrna Hospital. In hot climates it is of especial value." DR. SPARKS (Government Medical Inspector of Emigrants from the Port of London) writesFrom my personal and professional use and knowledge of the value of Mr. IAm Iough's Pyretic Saline for many years past, I have great pleasure in bearing my cordial testimony to its efficacy in the treatment of many of the ordinary and chronio focma of Gastric Complaints and other forms of Febrile Dyspepsia.— 5th August, 1857."—It is of immense value in Prickly Heat. DR. J. W. DOWSING.—" I used it in the treatment of forty- two cases of Yellow Fever, and I am happy to state that X never lost a single case." DR. W. STEVENS, inhis works on Cholera and Fever, states: "Since its introduction the Fatal West India Fevers are deprived of their terrors." 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