girtfrs, ^ferriages aitft jMfrs, BIRTHS. Evane-April9, the wife of Mr John Evans, 11, Pool-lane, Carnarvon, of a son. Evans-April 11, at 23, Clifton-park, Birkenhead, the wife cf Mr T. H. Evans, of a son. Jones-March 31, at 15, The Crescent, Upper Bangor, the wife of Mr Thomas Jones, of a son. Jones-March 26, the wife of William Jones, Esq., manager of the North and South Wales Bank, Portmadoc, of a son. Richards-April 11, at Craig Afon, Taibach, Glamorganshire, the wife of Mr R. K. Richards, of a daughter. Rowland—March 29, at 3, Plymouth View, Ever- ton-road, Manchester, the wife of Mr Owen Rowland, of a son. MARRIAGES. Edwards-Davis-April 7, at the Parish Church of Llangelynin, Mr Frank Edwards, solicitor, Pin- ner's Hall, Old Broad-street, London, to Katherine, daughter of Mr David Davis, Ty'n- y-ooed, Arthog, near Dolgelley. Entwistle—Hughes—April 7, at St Mary's Church, Kirkdale, by the Rev T. Major Lester, Mr William Henry Entwistle to Mary Elizabeth Hushes,—both of Bootle. Evans—Jones—April 9, at Siloam, Llanfrothen, by the Rev W. Williams, Maentwrog, assisted by the Rev W. Jones, Penrhyn, Mr W. R. Evans, Maentwrog, to Lizzie Catherine, eldest daughter of Capt J. Jones, Tyddyn Gwyn, Llan- frothen, Merionethshire. Evans—Roberts—April 7, at Llangefni, by the Rev James Donne, Mr Richard Evans, Tan- dinas, Llanfair-mathafarn-eithaf, to Miss Anne Roberts, Bod-unwch, Llanbedrgoch. Fitzgerald-Jones--April13, at St. Mary's Catholic church, Newton Forbes, Lord Maurice Fitz- gerald, second son of the Duke of Leinster, to Lady Adelaide Forbes, eldest daughter of the Earl of Granard, K.P. Foulkes-Emmas—April 14, at Llanbeblig church, Carnarvon, Mr H. G. Foulkes, grooer, Snowdon House, to Miss Gay Emmas, third daughter of Mr James Emmas,ship carpenter, Snowdon- street,-both of Carnarvon. Hobson-Jones-Aprilll, at the Congregational Chapel, Llandudno, by the Rev R. Parry (Gwalchmai), Mr Joseph Hobson to Miss E. Jones,-both of Pen-y ffridd, Llandudno. Jones—Jones—April 8, by license, at Holy Trinity Church, London, S.E by the Rev D. Moullen, William, second son of Mr Owen Jones, Menai Bridge, Anglesey, to Elizabeth Jane, eldest daughter of the late Mr John Jones, of 45, Trinity-street, Borough, London. Jones—Thomas—April 14, at the Cathedral, Ban- gor, Mr Evan Richard Jones, painter, Carnar- von, to Miss Jane Ellen Thomas, Chapel-street, Carnarvon. Carnarvon. Jones—Rogeis—April 7, at Capel Mawr, Rhos, by the Rev M. Jones, Flint, assisted by the Rev John Grey Jones, the Rev Josiah Jones, Flint, to Maria, only daughter of the late Mr Isaac Rogers, Sevastopol House, Rhos. Jones-WilJiams-Aplil8, at Dinas Chapel, Llan- gefni, by the Rev J. Donne, Mr Thomas Jones, Rhosmor, Llangwyfan, to Mrs Ellen Williams, Abernraw. Roberts- Williams-At Bethesda Chapel, Swansea, by the Rev A. J. Parry, Mr Evan Roberts, Port- madoc, to Catherine, daughter of the late Capt. Williams, Corn Farm, Llauengan, Carnarvon- shire. Scott—Home—April 10, at the Parish Church of Cornhill-on-Tweed, near Berwick, the Hon. Henry Robert Scott, brother to Lord Polworth, to Lady Ada Home, second daughter of Earl Home. Williams—Jones—April 1, at Dinas Chapel, Llan- gefni, by license, by the Rev J. Donne, Mr John Williams, Penrhynoer, Llangwyllog, to Miss Mary Jones, Tyddyn Siencyn. Williams-Pugh-March 29, at the Congregational Chapel, Llandudno, by the Rev R. Parry (Gwalchmai), Mr W. Williams to Miss J. Pugh, -both of Llandudno. Yates—Low—April 6, at St Gile's Church, Wrex- ham, by the lcev D. Howell, vicar, assisted by the Rev J. Howell, John Roger, eldest son of Mr Thomas Yates, of Hornby Lodge, Prestwich Park, Manchester, to Jane Elizabeth, third daughter 01. Mr William Low, Roseneath, Wrex- ham. DEATHS. Davies-Feb. 17, in the neighbourhood of Jeru- salem, Waukesha Co., Wis., America, Mr John R. Davies, aged 58. Deceased was the son of Robert and Elizabeth Davies. He and his wife emigrated to America in 1848, from Llansanan, Denbighshire. Ellis-April 5, aged 21, Mr Richard Ellis, Blaen Pennant, Llandrillo. Evans—April 2, aged 63, Mrs Evans, Moel-is- goedwig Isa', Llandrillo. illighes-March 7, aged 10, Elizabeth Hughes, fourth and beloved daughter of Mr John Hughes, Bod-enlli, Cerrig-ceinwen, Anglesey. Hughes—April 13, aged 73, Mr William Hughes, car proprietor, Menai Bridge. Hampton (Lord)-April 9, at 9, Eaton-square, London, after a fortnight's illness, aged 81, Lord Hampton, G.C.B. Huffh^ 10, at Steuben, N.Y., America, Mr Jones Jones, aged 78, of heart disease. Mr narvonsV a nat^ve °f Aber, near Bangor, Car- fall of 18su" emigrated to America in the 24, when 22 years of age. o/rpd 72 I at Picatonica, Wis., America, ■y.al Mr John E. Jone», native of LWecLi'T"'5- Dc.c.eased J to America 23 year'Angies?y- He emi8rftted Liverpool (W. Jones ^g°' J**? 8°n m Jones—April 10, at Bryu a A 79 Flinnr ? Eisteddfod, Llandudno, Owen Jonesf »«<>'of the Jtaj Lewis—April 6, aged 33, Mr R. Lewi of the North and South Wales Bauk Mold Lloyd-April 11, aged 46, after long illness Mr Robert Lloyd, quarryman, Pool-strlt, Cam £ von. TT Morris—April 9, at Hammersmith, aged 67 the Rev John Brande Morris, M.A., formerly Fellow of Exeter College, Oxford. Owen-April 5, aged 29, Mr Owen Owen, eldest son of Mr and Mrs D. Owen, Hendref, Gwy- therin, near Llanrwst. Owens—Feb 18, aged 73, Mrs Elizabeth Owens, wife of Mr Charles Owens, oi the iemperance Eating House, Pomeroy, Ohio, America. De- ceased was the daughter of Mr Robert Davies, Pydew, Creiddyn, near Conway. Her husband was known by the name of "Charles Ty'n y Felin," son of John Owens, gardener, Glodd- aeth.. „ Roberts—April 2, aged 6, Richard Morns Roberts, only child of Capt. and Mrs Roberts, iy n-y- ffridd, near Bangor. Spurway-March 27, at Nant-y-derry, Aber- gavenny, Mrs Mary Spurway, who had been tor 16 years a loving nurse and a valuable friend in the family of the Rev Thomas Evans, J.P., rector of Goytrey. Williams-Feb. 8, aged 87, Mr Rich. R. Williams, Racine, Wis., America. Deceased was a native of Lanaelhaiarn, Lleyn, Carnarvonshire. He emigrated to America about 60 years ago. Williams—March 31, at 55. Gwydir-street, Liver- pool, aged 24, Margaret Williams. Williams—April 7, at the Old Mills Farm, near I Welshpool. in her 76th year, Jane, wife of Mr William Williams. Williams-April 8, at her residence, Royal Hotel Yard, Holyhead, in her 85th year, Fanny, widow of Mr Owen Williams.
GTHOLIAD SIR GAERNARFON. CYFRIF Y PLEIDEBAU YN NGHAER- NARFON. AT YR ETHOLWYR. FONEDDIGION,— Yr wyf yn clywed fod papyr yn Mangor yn haeru fod y Cyfrifiad o'r Pleidebau ynNghaer- narfon, ar ol dadl o awr a haner, wedi cael ei wneyd yn y fath fodd fel ag yr oedd y canlyniad o bob pleidleisiad, ar ei ben ei hun, yn mhob etholfa, yn wybyddus. Yr oeddwn i yno, ac yr wyf yn dymuno dyweyd wrthych fod hyn yn anwiredd. Y mae yn wyrdroad o'r gwir ffeithiau, ac yn waradwydd ar y Dirprwy Sirydd, Mr Owen Owens, yr hwn a ddygodd y gweithrediadau yn mlaen mewn dull barnol a chyfreithlawn nas gellid ei well. Yr hyn a gymerodd le oedd a ganlyn: Yn ystod y gwaith rhagbarotoawl o gyfrif y cyfanrifoedd o'r papyrau pleidebol o bob dosbarth fel y mae y gyfraith yn gofyn, cyn myned i'w cymysgu oil gyda'u gilydd a chyfrif y pleidebau, aeth y ddwy blaid, ar gais y swyddog cyfrifol, yn ol i ychydig bellder oddiwrth y bwrdd, yn unig er mwyn atal pob cais y gallesid ei wneyd at amcangyfrif y pleidebau a roddasid i'r naill ymgeisydd ac i'r Hall. Un boneddwr yn unig a wnaeth gais byr ond aneffeithiol i wrth- sefyll y trefniad hwn, trwy barhau i sefyll wrth y bwrdd ac arsyllu ar y papyrau pan oedd y swydd- ogion yn eu rhifo allan o gist y balot. Nid wyf yn credu y gallasai wneuthur llawer hyd yn nod pe y caniatesid iddo aros wrth y bwrdd, oblegid yr oedd y gwaith yn cael ei ddwyn yn mlaen yn hynod gyflym, ac yn cael ei wneyd gan chwech o wahanol bereonau ar yr un pryd. Ond gwrth- dystiais i yn ebrwydd, a gelwais ar y swyddog llywyddol ar iddo orchymyn i'r boneddwr gilio yn ol fel yr oedd eraill wedi gwneyd. Darfu i Mr Douglas Pennant ymuno a mi i'w ddirgymhell i encilio o'r safle yr oedd efe ynddi, a gwnaeth yntau hyny, ac o'r foment hono aeth pob peth yn mlaen gyda'r cydgordiad a'r rheol- eidd-dra mwyaf trylwyr. Cyn fod un pleideb wedi ei rhifo, yr oedd holl bapyrau'r balot o bob etholfa wedi cael eu llwyr gymysgu hyd fy nghyf- lawn foddlonrwydd i, ac y mae yn gwbl a hollol anmhosibl i unrhyw ddyn byth wybod pa fodd y pleidebwyd mewn unrhyw etholfa, neu randir, ar ei phen ei hun. WATKIN WILLIAMS. Ebrill lOfed, 1880. -H. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE FLINT- SHIRE BOROUGHS. GENTLEMEN,— I return you my heartfelt thanks for again and so triumphantly electing me as your re- presentative in Parliament. The result of Saturday's Poll I gratefully accept as evidence of your approval of my past services, and it will be my earnest aim in the future to do all in my power to promote your local interests and our country's good. The decisive Liberal majority on this occasion is worthy of the long unbroken traditions of your ancient boroughs, and I am glad to find that my appeal to the great body of the people has been so nobly responded to. The Liberal party throughout the country has in this election already won a glorious victory, and I congratulate the electors of the Flintshire Boroughs in having so faithfully acted their part in this eventful constitutional struggle. Believe me to remain, Gentlemen, Yours very faithfully, JOHN ROBERTS. Bryngwenallt, April 5th, 1880. RESULT OF THE POLL. Roberts 2039 Pennant 1468 Majority for Roberts • • • 571 b. 3997-m CARNARVON PARLIAMENTARY ELEC- c TION, 1880. ALL PERSONS having any Claims against Mr Watkin Williams, Q.C., M.P., a Candidate at the late Election of a Knight of the Shire for the County of Carnarvon, are requested to send particulars thereof to me forthwith. By the Corrupt Practices Acts all claims not sent in within one calendar.month will be irre. coverable. Dated this 9th day of April, 1880. R. D. WILLIAMS, Agent for Election Expenses, Porth-yr-aur, B 3975 F Carnarvon. CARNARVON PARLIAMENTARY ELEC- c TION, 1880. ALL PERSONS having any Claims against W. B. Hughes, Esq., M.P., a candidate at the late Election for the Carnarvonshire District Boroughs, ara requested to send particulars thereof to me forthwith. By the Corrupt Practices Acts all claims not sent in within one calendar month will be irre- Cover able. Dated this 9th day of April, 1880. R. D. WILLIAMS, Agent for Election Expenses, Porth-yr-aur, e 3976 B Carnarvon. A NGrLESEY COUNTY ELECTION, 1880. All persons having any claims or demands against the Committee of R. Davies, Esq., M.P., are re- quested to forward their accounts to the under- signed within one month of the date hereof. R. C. JONES, Davies' Committee Room, Election Agent. Menai Bridge, April 3rd, 1880. B 3972 COUNTING THE VOTES AT CARNAR- VON. GENTLEMEN,— A Bangor paper, I hear, states that the counting of the votes at Carnarvon, after an hour and a half's dispute, was so conducted that the separate result of the voting in each district was known. I was present, and I beg to inform you that this statement is false. It is a perversion of the real facts, and a slander upon the deputy sheriff, Mr Owen Owen, who conduQted the proceedings in an admirably judicial and strictly legal manner. What hap- pened was this. During the preliminary opera- tion of counting the totals of voting papers returned from each district as required by the act, preparatory to mixing them all together and counting the votes, both parties, at the re- quest of the returning officer, withdrew to some distance from the table, avowedly for the pur- pose of frustrating any attempts that might be made at this stage to estimate the relative num- bers of votes given to the respective candidates. One gentleman alone made a short but ineffec- tual attempt to resist this arrangement, by re- maining at the table and scrutinising the papers as the officials were beginning to count them from the ballot-box. I do not believe he could have done much had he been allowed to remain at the table, because the process was extremely rapid, and was conducted by six different persons at once. But I at once re- monstrated, and called upon the presiding officer to order the gentleman to withdraw with the rest. Mr Douglas Pennant joined with me in urging him to retire from his position, and he did so, and from that moment everything proceeded with the utmost harmony and regu- larity. Before a single vote was counted, all the ballot papers from all the districts were well mixed up together to my entire satisfac- tion, and it is absolutely impossible for any one ever to know what the voting was in any separate district. WATKIN WILLIAMS. April 10th, 1880. B. 3998-9 e TO THE ELECTORS OF DENBIGH- SHIRE. GENTLEMEN,— Accept my warmest thanks for the great honour you have conferred upon me by electing me for the third time to be your representative in Parliament. The paramount duty of assisting to the best of my ability, my Liberal friends-now, I rejoice to say, my Liberal colleagues—throughout North Wales, in the arduous struggles in which they were engaged, has alone prevented me from ad- dressing you upon the momentous questions of the day, during the short interval betweeu the dis- solution and my election. I hope, however, as soon as the present excitement has subsided, to tender you my personal thanks, and particularly to express my gratitude to the many friends who generously offered, in case of need, to place their services at my disposal. I can truly say that, until the present moment, I never knew how many friends I had in the county of Denbigh. Gentlemen, rest assured that I shall never for- get your kindness, and that, as heretofore, it will be my ambition and my pride to requite your con- fidence by striving to deserve it. I am, gentlemen, Your most grateful servant, GEORGE OSBORNE MORGAN. Brymbo Hall, April 7th, 1880. x. 3996-M TO THE ELECTORS OF THE COUNTY 4- OF MERIONETH. GENTLEMEN,— In the triumph we have just achieved, and for which I REURN MY WARMEST THANKS TO EIGH- TEEN HUNDRED AND SIXTY OF YOU, I rejoice to recognise the unabated fidelity of this Ccnstitu ency to those great Liberal principles for which it had been distinguished, and which the United Kingdom has so signally adopted at this General Election as a national faith. I have also to acknowledge very gratefully the great assistance rendered to me by the numerous non-electors who voluntarily and gratuitously have worked so hard to secure my suc- cess. On three occasions you have done me the great honour of returning me to the Commons House of Parliament as your Representative, but on no previous occasion have I received greater marks of kindness from my friends, or, as a rule, more courteous consideration from our political oppo- nents, than during the contest just over. It shall be my endeavour faithfully to give ex- pression to your politicel views in Parliament, and to promote the interest of all the Electors of this County outside the House of Commons to the best of my humble ability. I have the honour to be, Your grateful and obedient Servant, SAMUEL HOLLAND. Caerdeon, April 8th, 1880. x. 3970—H. ANGLESEY COUNTY ELECTION, 1880. CAPTAIN PRITCHARD RAYNER'S CANDI- DATURE. BILLS, &c. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that all Bills, Charges, and Claims against Captain Pritchard Rayner, in respect of the above Election, must be sent in immediately to the undersigned, who are his duly appointed agents for Election Expenses. And take notice that no person having, or claim- ing to have any Bill, Claim, or Charge against any Candidate at the above Election, can recover the same unless such is sent in to the duly- appointed agents for Election Expenses of such Candidate within One Month from the declaration of the Election. Dated this 6th day 01 April, 1880. THOMAS PRITCHARD. GEORGE JONES HUGHES. Committee-rooms, Llanerchymedd. B3965b PAVILION, CARNARVON. TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27TH & 28TH, 1880. UNDER DISTINGUISHED PATRONAGE. r A GRAND PERFORMANCE OF HANDEL'S ORATORIO, "THE MESSIAH," WILL BE GIVEN BY THE CARNARVON CHORAL UNION, ASSISTED BY A FULL ORCHESTRAL BAND (From Messrs Chas. Halle and De Jong's Concerts). BAND AND CHORUS OF TWO HUNDRED PERFORMERS. PRINCIPAL VOCALISTS: Miss MARIAN McKENZIE, R.A.M.. (Gold Medalist and Winner of the Westmoreland Scholarship); Miss MAGGIE J. JONES, R.A.M.; EOS MORLAIS MR. T. LAMB. CHEAP TRAINS FOR WEDNESDAY'S PERFORMANCE. CONDUCTOR:—MR W. J. WILLIAMS. LEADER OF THE ORCHESTRA :-MR SEDGWICK. Tuesday Performance:—Doors to open at 7 to commence at 7.30. Wednesday Performance:— Doors to open at 6, to commence at 6.30. TICKETS.—Reserved Seats, one performance, 4s ditto, two performances, 5s 6d: Family Ticket, for five, One Guinea FirLt Class, one performance, 3s ditto, two performances, 4s Family Ticket, to admit five, 15s; Second Class, one performance, 2s ditto, two performances, 3s; Third Class, one performance, Is. Tickets may be had of Mr M. T. Morris, Liver Establishment, Mr J. C. Rowlands, Cast e-square, Mr Jarrett Roberts, Bridge-street, and from the memberi of the choir. Plans of the Hall may be seen at the Liver Establishment, and Mr Rowlands, ookseller, Castle- square. JOHN S. MORRIS, t Hon. B. 3961-M R. W. NEWTON, ) Sees. Ll ARDWYN SCHOOL, ABERYSTWYTH. HEAD MASTER:—The Rev LLEWELYN EDWARDS, M.A., of Lincoln College, Oxford, and Graduate in Classical Honours. Second Master, F. J. TYB, Esq., B.A., University of London; Third Master, Mr L. PROSSER, C.M., M.R.C.P. Fourth Master, Mr T. JONES; Music Master, D. JENKINS, Ecq., Mus. Bac., Cantab. THE situation of Ardwyn is recognised as the most delightful and salubrious near the town of JL Aberystwyth it is within view of the sea, ani well sheltered from the northerly and easterly winds. The House (expressly planned by a London Architect) is surrounded by three acres of ground laid out for Croquet, Play-ground, &c. For Cricket and Football the boys have the use of a field not far from the House. Mr Edwards prepares his pupils specially for Matriculation at the Universities, for the Schalarship Examination at the University College of Wales, for the Oxford and Cambridge Local Examinations, for tha Medical and Law Preliminary Examinations, as well as for Commercial Pursuits. There are Scholarships belonging to the School. Terms and Prospectus on application. 3673-H. THE NATIONAL EISTEDDFOD OF WALES, TO BE HELD AT CA.RN.ARVON, AUGUST 24, 25, 26, & 27, 1880, UNDER THE PATRONAGE OF THE NOBILITY AND GENTRY OF THE PRINCIPALITY. P,670 in Prizes! Chief Choral Prize of P,150 and Gold Medal. A COMPLETE LIST of Subjects, particulars of G-or- sedd Examinations, and every information sent by the Secretary on receipt of one penny stamp. D. RHYS. Sec. Grove House, Carnarvon. x. 3838-X ON HIRE, Eight Horse-power ENGINE, for Timber- sawing purposes. Also Sawing Bench.-Apply to Mr Evan Evans, Hafod, Hen- Ian, Rhyl. x. 3842-M TO LET, a HOUSE and DOUBLE-WIN- DOWED SHOP, in a good business locality at Carnarvon. Immediate possession.—Apply to Thomas Jones, Post Office. x. 3992-H. A 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 AT ADEILADWYE, CONTRACTORS, AC EREILL.—Gwahoddir TENDERS i adeiladu PRESW YLFOD, gerllaw y Castell yn Nghriccieth. Hefyd er adeiladu TY yn Tuhwnt-i'r-bwlch Lodge, Porthmadog. Gellir gweled planiau a specifications gogyfer a'r ddau contract yn swyddfa Meistri Henry Roberts & Company, Glyndwr House, gerllaw y Cambrian Railway Station, Porthmadog, ar neu wedi y 13eg o Ebrill, i'r rhai y dylid anfon tenders seliedig heb fod yn ddiweddarach na'r 20fed dydd o Ebrill. Ni ymrwymir i dderbyn y tender isaf, nac unrhyw dender. Ebrill 6ed, 1880. B. 3994o- THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER. THOMPSON'S BURDOCK PILLS Overcome the worst forms of diseases, and the foulest state of the blood, stomach, liver, and kidneys; they go to the core of every disease where no other medicines have power to reach. The GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER cures the following complaints:—Indigestion, 0" wind in the stomach or bowels, giddiness in the head, dimness of sight, weak or sore eyes, loss of memory, palpitation of the heart, liver and bilious obstructions, asthma or tightness in the chest, rheumatics, lumbago, piles, gravel, pains in the back, scurvy, bad legs, bad breasts, sore throats, sore heads, and sores of every description, burns, wounds, 01 white swellings, scrofula or king's evil, gatherings, tumours or cancers, pimples or blotches on face and body, swelled feet or legs, scabs and itch, erysipelas, jauDdice, and dropsy, and fevers of all kinds. In boxes at Is. lid. and 2s. 9d. per box; a great saving effected by taking the larger size. Sold by all Chemists, or from the proprietor, J. THOMP- SON, 44, Oxford street, Swansea, for 15 or 34 stamps. x. 3979—H. DISSOLUTION OF PARLIAMENT! GREAT EXCITEMENT ANDREAS' ADDRESS TO HIS CONSTITUENTS! DON'T promise your Vote until you see me, JL7 inasmuch as I fully inteud to continue my representation on behalf of that ancient and Constitutional firm,— JONES, LLOYD & CO., and by strict attention to your interests I hope to receive an universal and hearty support to our PURE WELSH ALES. Or The Election Cry: Ask for Jones, Lloyd's," and see that you get it. Mold Convivial Rooms, March 11th, 1880. E 3871-Z SCALE OF CHARGES FOR ADVERTISE- MENTS IN Y GENEDL GYMREIG," AND "THE NORTH WALES EXPRESS." Parliamentary Notices, Election Ad- Per Line dresses, Prospectuses of Public f < Companies, Government and Legal j Notices Notices Public Notices, Sales of Landed Pro- Q, perty, &c General Auctions and Private Sales, ) Eisteddfodau, Entertainments, &c. j Charities, Books, Lists of Subscriptions, ) 4d Local Competitive Meetings. Paragraph Advertisements of any nature 6d. (Special arrangements made for a series of insertions.) PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS OF THE FOLLOWING CLASSES Houses to be Let Situations Wanted SituationsVacant Apartments Wanted Apartments to be Let Money Wanted Apartments to be Let Money Wanted Miscellaneous Wants Lost or Found Are inserted at the undermentioned charges:— One Insertion (20 wcrds) Is. Two Insertions" 2s. Three Imcrtions 2s. 6d. And 3d. for each additional line of eight words. TRADE ADDRESSES are inserted at a reasonable rate varying according to space taken up and num- ber of insertions ordered. When the order is for 52 insertions, the price is Is per inch single column, and 2s per inch double column. No Credit Advertisements charged less than 2s 6d. All Advertisements not ordered for a definite period will be inserted until countermanded. A Discount of 20 per cent. allowed when Adver- tisements are ordered in both papers. ncy WEEKLY and UPWARDS mav be 7J" EASILY and HONESTLY REALISED by persons of EITHER SEX, without hindrance to present occupation.—Particulars FREE or with a Sample 12 etamps freturned if desired). Address EVANS, WATTS, & COMPANY, (P 293), Mer. chants, Albion-street, Birmingham. This is genuine. B. 3636-x POOL-ST. MARKET, CARNARVON. THE ESTABLISHMENT for GENERAL JL GROCERY and FIRST CLASS PRO- VISIONS. THE guiding rule of this business has al- ways been to offer to the buyer the CHOICEST articles at the LOWEST possible prices. THE fact is pretty well known now that if the public wants First Class PRO- VISIONS at moderate price the POOL STREET MARKET is the only place in Carnarvon were they can be obtained, as its provision tra.de is STRICTLY kept on the Liverpool style. THE NOTED CUMBERLAND HAMS AND BACON are very fine. MiZd and delicious flavour. The Hams weigh from 12 to 14 lbs. each, and sold at the LOW PRICE of only 6'd per lb. THE Special Value that is offered this week in English and Continental BUTTER is astonishing. Finest "Rose Kiel" fresh twice weekly. TEA,- What everybody says must be true, T and that is that our TEAS are the BEST IN WALES. TEA AT IS 8D PER POUND. TEA AT 2s PER POUND. TEA AT 2s 4D PER POUND. TEA AT 2s 6D PER POUND. TEA AT 2s 8D PER POUND. TEA AT 38 PER POUND. THE TEA AT 3s IS REALLY FINE. Samples of any of these Fine Teas will be sent post free on application, and parcels of 6 lbs and upwards Carriage paid to any Railway Station in Wales. All orders by Post receive careful attention, and delivered free of charge in town and suburbs by our own van. General Grocery Orders from the country to the amount of two pounds and upwards carriage paid to any Railway Station in North Wales. II. PRITCHARD & CO., POOL STREET MARKET, CARNARVON. x. 3647-M H A it M OJIU M s A CHALLENGE. SPECIAL MANUFACTURE. 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