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ON HIRE, Eight Horse-power ENGINE, for Timber-savcii:2 purposes. Also Sawing Bench.-Apply to Mr Evau Evans, Hafod, Hen- llan, Rhyl. x. 3842-M O BE LET, a CORNER SPIRIT VAULTS, in the main street of a Market town in North Wales.—Apply to R. Harwood, Carnarvon. B 3939t KING'S HEAD INN, RUTHIN.— This old- established house has been re-opened by MR. ROBERT WILLIAMS.—Everv accommodation for travellers First rate Wines and Spirits. B 3938t E[7 Ti-'HEit for WANTED a practical BUTCHER for Liverpool. Must be steady and industrious. Wages, 30s per week; if married, house free.— Apply at Pool- street Market, Carnarvon. x 3811.-w ANTED immediately, an ASSISTANT for the Carpet and Furnishing Department, also APPRENTICE for the General Drapery and Grocery.—Apply to Mr Hugh Hughes, Britannia House, Bangor. x. 3869-M WANTKD, in a Carnarvon Merchant's Office, a Sharp LAI), between 14 and 16 years of age. Must be a good penman, and qui-k -at figures.—Apply, in applicant's own hand- writing, to No. 3933, Genedl Office, Carnarvon. n393311 f'r'O BE SOLD, a very fine JL LAUNCH, built in 1877 by best builder on the Clyde; 41 by by 3 feet draft, good speed, first-class engines by Plenty Son, London. Everything well finished.—For price and all par- ticulars apply to Edw. H. Owen, Ty Coch, near Carnarvon. x. 3881-M rpO BUILDERS.—Persons desirous of Ten- T dering for the proposed Enlargement of the Premises of Messrs E. Jones and Co., Tea Mercharts, Bangor, may inspect the plans and specification at the office of the Architect.— Tenders to be delivered to Mr Edward Jones, Brynmeirion, Bangor, not later than Thursday, the 1st day of April next.—The lowest or any other tender not necessarily accepted. — RICHARD DAVIES, Architect, Bangor, March 19, 1880. 3930b J^NGLESEY BANKS OF THE MENAI. BRYNLLWYD, TO BE LET, unfurnished, with 18 Acres of land, for a term, consisting of Entrance Hall, Drawing and Dining Rooms, two good Bedrooms, six smaller, W.C. and Offices, three-stall Stable, Coach-house, Barn, Cow-house, Garden, and Orchard. Possession at any time. Apply to Mr Roberts, Postmaster, Llanfair P.G. E. 3921-z GUILD HALL, CARNARVON. SUPPLEMENTARY BAZAAR. On EASTER MONDAY AND TUESDAY (March 29th and 30th, 1880), the Sale of the SURPLUS ARTICLES Offered at the Bazaar recently held at the English Wesleyan Chapel, and which could not be continued at the time, in consequence of the pre-engagement of the Guild Hall, will be resumed. The doors will be opened each day at Two o'clock p.m. Admission:—Threepence each. Refreshments provided as before. 3936a 2 LLANDWROG, CARNARVONSHIRE. IMPORTANT SALE OF FREEHOLD PROPERTY, In the very heart of the parish, KNOWN AS THE GRUGAN WEN ESTATE, Comprising a number of small LANDED TENE- MENTS, Pieces or Parcels of ACCOMMODA- TION LAND, several choice BUILDING LOTS, a finely built and fully LICENSED INN OR PUBLIC-HOUSE, with a most commanding position; SHOPS, WAREHOUSES, DWELLING-HOVSES, COTTAGES, SMITHT, &C., &C. MESSRS OWEN AND SON are instructed to SELL BY AUCTION, at the Royal Sportsman Hotel, Carnarvon, on Saturday, the 27th dpy of March, 1880, at the hour of One p.m., in the lot-or lots set forth in the Lithographed Plans and Printed particulars, or in such other lot or lots as the Vendor's Agent or Agents may direct or appoint, and subject to such conditions as will be produced at the time and place of sale. THE WHOLE OF THE ABOVE VALUABLE FREEHOLD ESTATE-portion forming part and remainder abutting on the rising village of G-roeslon, which is connected with railway accom- modation (Carnarvon and Afonwen). The whole land is of the richest description, Houses and other erections well-built, and in good order, and the Hotel adjoins the station ground as to the situation of the property it is notably convenient and pleasant. A portion of the different purchases may, if desired, remain on mortgage at a low rate of interest Plans with printed particulars, showing the .3everal divisions, may be had on application to Messrs C. A. Jones and Roberts, Solicitors, Car- narvon, or to Messrs E. and William Hugh Owen, Auctioneers, and Land Valuers, Carnarvon. a. 3923-z

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