gpmagis auft giatfts. BIRTHS. Edwards—April 14, the wife of Mr J. Edwards, Bryn Edwyn, Garth, Ruabon, of a son. Qough—April 18, at Rhyl, the wife of Mr George Gough, Queen's-terrace, Morecambe Bay, of a daughter. Jones—April 16, the wife of Owen E. Jones, Esq., of Ty'n-yr-heol, Amlwch, of a son. Jones—April 4, the wife of Mr Thomas Jones, Quarry Agent, Yr Eifl, of a son. kirk-April 19, the wife of Dr Kirk, Orchard House, Carnarvon, of a daughter. I<ewis—April 14, at Henllys, Beaumaris, the wife of Mr T. L. Hampton-Lewis, of a daughter. 1Joyd-April18, at 13, Gloddaeth-crescent, Llan- dudno, the wife of Mr Edward Lloyd, of a son. farry—Mardt 22, the wife of Mr Henry Parry, Hafod-terrace, Carnarvon, of a son. MARRIAGES. Crawshay—Oakes—April 17, at St George's, Han- over-square, London, by the Rev Capel Cure, rector, Richard Frederick, youngest son of the late Mr Robert Thompson Crawshay, of Cy- farthfa Castle, Glamorganshire, to Tempe Isa- bella, eldest daughter of the late Colonel Teddy Oakes. Davies- Williams-April 15, at the English Con- gregational Church, Mold, by the Rev D. Bur- ford Hooke, pastor, Mr Robert Davies, Soughton Farm, Northop, to Sarah Williams, Monachlog, Northop. Griffiths—Williams — April 14, by license, at Zion Chapel; OsWestry, by the Rev 0. Thomas, D.D., Liverpool, in the presence of Mr J. W. Davies, registrar, the Rev J. Griffiths, Penmaenmawr, to Eliza, second daughter of Mr J. Jones, Llwyn- mapsis, Oswestry, and widow of the late Mr J. Williams, Dinorwic House, Carnarvon. Griffith-Thomas -April 15, at Llanrug Chapel, by the Rev G. T. Parry, Llanberis, and Mr W. R.. Whiteside, Mr David Robert Griffith (Granvillefab), Turner-street, Llanberis, to Miss Ellen Thomas, Penlan, Llanrug. lIughes-Lewia-April13, at the Registrar's Office, Carnarvon, Mr John Hughes, Pant-y-gro, Waenfawr, to Mrs Elizabeth Lewis, Segontium- terrace, Carnarvon. lrughes-Roberts-April16, at Capel Coch, Llan- beris, by the Rev J. O. Jones, assisted by the Rev G. T. Parry and Mr W. R. Whiteside, Mr Evan Hughes, Snowdon-terrace, to Miss Alice Roberts, Ty Capel Coch,-♦both of Llanberis. J ones-J ones-A pril 2, by license, at the Regis- trar's Office, Carnarvon, by Mr W. R. White- side, Mr Evan Owen Jones to Miss Laura Jones, -both of Ebenezer, Llanddeini ilen. Jones-Jones- April 16, at the Registrar's Office, Carnarvon, Mr Henry Morris Jones, Coed Howell, Clynnog, to Miss Catherine Ann Jones, Coch-y-big, Clynnog. aones-Lloyd-April 5*0, by license, at the Regis- trar's Office, Carnarvon, Mr Evan Jones, Ty Capel, Salem, Llandwrog, to Miss Sarah Lloyd, Cae-bongam, Llanwnda. aOnes-Robeits-At All Saints' Church, Poplar, Loadon, by license, by the Rev Simpson Jones, Captain Henry Jones, Cefn-y-coedg^Uchaf, Llanfaglan, to Miss Elizabeth Roberts, Post- j. office, Bontnewydd. 'Ones—Williams—April 15, at St Peter's Church, Everton, by the Rev S. B. Sutton, Mr William. j. Jones to Jane Ann Williams. oyd-Mills-April 13, at All Souls' Church, tangham-place, London, by the Rev Sholto D. O. Douglas, rector, the Rev Morris Lloyd, vicar of Llanelltyd, near Dolgelley, to Maria, second daughter of the late Mr Robert Mills, of Inkpen, Berks. Roberts —Davies—April 14, at the Calvinistic Methedist Chapel, Moss-side, Manchester, by the Rev Thomas Gray, David, second son of Mr Robert Roberts, Nant Cefn-coch, Llangernyw, to Ann, third daughter of the late Mr Edward v. Davies, Wern, Mostyn. ltoberts- Walker-April 19, at the Congregational Church, Westminster-road, Mold, by the Rev D. Burford Hooke, pastor, Mr Arthur Roberts, Mold, to Miss Mary Walker, Ty'n-twll, Mold. •Rowlands—Jones—Apul 20, at St James's Church, Upper Bangor, by the Rev R. Foulkes Jones, Slno.r canon of the Cathedral, Bangor, Mr ~jdwin Rowlands, to Mrs Ann Jones, Albion !Tk e^' Mackintosh—Richards—April 14, at St George's Church, Hanover-square, London, by p Lord Bishop of Llandaff, assisted by the Rev T aPel Cure, rector, The Mackintosh, of Moy Hall, Inverness- shire to Ella, only child of the late r Edward Priest Richards, of Plasneroydd, arriorgaushire, and granddaughter of the late ^amual Sir George Tyler, K.H., M.P., of Cot- ThonT' tlle Bame coimty. ri as7"i|loyd—April 13, at Llechcynfarwydd viru> u *-nglesey, by the Rev T. Williams, Mar- » l*cen8e> Mr Eclwexd Thomas, to Miss Iln^ n Lloyd,—both of Bulkeley .place, anerchymedd/ P XJannST^0nesT'^Pr^ at Salem Chapel, raas by license, by the Rev Robert Tho- Ww the Rey P W.Jones, Mr Tho- Catheriiip t ams» draPer, Penygroes, to Miss Williams—Post-office, Llanllyfni. Chapel, April 14, at Chatham-street B.A. (pastor)*00}' by the l*evs Owen Jones, J. Williams S Thomas, DyfEryn, Mr R. only daughter of w?i"wern» Dyffryn, to Mary, Parliament-street T-m Parry, Esq" of Upper NVilson-Green & rPOO1. e Live Hawaraen, Flintshire i at the Parish Chursh, Lyttelton, M.A., jjt** ^e Rev Hon A. Y. Wilson, The Laurels -RI 60n of Mr John Kent, to Jannette, fifth ^f^gton-road, Lee, Green, Wold House, HawX of 111 Thomas Wood—Williams—April 13, at6ri»_ D. R. Williams, rector of XowenEtl, Y Uncle of the bride, assisted bv £ '^88€?' Bevan, vicar of Hay, and canon of s the Rev William Manners WOOd St DavId s, Chartham, Kent, to Millicent Claw °f daughter of the Kev J. D. s'd=5 faster of Christ College, Brecon. e head DEATHS. o?*1—April 19, at Penybryn, Llangollen, in her o9th year, Mary Ann, widow of Mr Wiliiam Charles Booth, late of Twemlow Hall, Lan- j, °aehire. vans—April 17, at Beaumaris, John Henry, Be. jj^.°nd son of Mr Roger Evans, Menai Bridge. —April 10, at the residence of her son, erry-view, Abergavenny, in her 67th year, Mrs Ud Jv.r £ aret Haigh, of Higher Tranmere. Rhes—Jan. 9, aged 51, Mr William Hughes, v?°wn by the name of "Billy Hughes the Slner>" at Bodie, Mona Co., California, America. of6 ~esV*ed for the last twenty year in the Stateas California and Nevada. Deceased was a Jone?Ve*0f Anglesey. tv "TApril 12, after twelve hours illness, Anne, e beloved wife of Mr David Jones, Trefor Isa, Anglesey, aged 33. sart "March 26, Mr Owen Jones, Plas Llan- JOTIA Wtn' Pen-y-garnedd, Anglesey. Mn8-April 16, aged 18 years and 11 months, b„t?8le Jones, only child of Ebenezer and Eliza- Jones, Pen-yr-orsedd-terrace, Nantlle, ter prolonged and severe illness, which she o°re patiently. r^jTrApril 15, Mary, the beloved wife of Mr uham Owen, draper, Albert House, Carnar- yon, aged 39. ,f Pierce—Feb. 22, at her daughter's residence, Ann, at North San Juan, Nevada County, California, America, Mrs Ann Pierce, wife of Mr John Pierce, of Tremeirchion, Flintshire. The family emigrated to America in the year 1838. Raleigh-April 19, at 27, Ladbroke- grove, Lon- don, aged 63, the Rev Alexander Raleigh, D. D. Rositer-April 17, at Amlwch, aged 25, Phoebe, wife of Captain Rositer, of the Flying Foam. Roberts—April 17, aged 26, Evan Roberts, son of Mr and Mrs Richard Roberts, 10, Garnons- street, Carnarvon. Roberts-April 13, at 100, Windsor-street, Liver- pool, in her 26th year, Ann Elizabeth, eldest daughter of the late Mr Richard Roberts. Thomas-April 11, aged 25, Mrs Ellen Thomas, the beloved wife of Mr John Thomas, Four- crosses, near Pwllheli, after months of severe illness, which she bore patiently. Williams—April 8, aged 60, the Rev Edward Wil- liams, Congregational Minister, Dinas Maw- ddwy.
TO THE ELECTORS OF THE COUNTY OF MERIONETH. GENTLEMEN,— In the triumph we have just achieved, and for which I return] my warmest thanks to eigh- teen hundred and sixty of you, I rejoice to recognise the unabated fidelity of this Constituency to those great Liberal principles for which it had been dieting uished, and which the United King- dom 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 success. 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 expression to your political 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-z TO THE ELECTORS OF THE FLINT- -L 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 BOOK-BTALL.-Wanted an Assistant.- JD Apply to Mr T. D. Harris, Railway Station, Carnarvon. b 4028-H. TO LET, a HOUSE and DOUB~LE-WIN- DOWED SHOP, in a good business locality at Carnarvon. Immediate possession.—Apply to Thomas Jones, Post Office. x. 3992-H. 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 LTAMPIER and Co., of Bordeaux and JLt. London, known in this country for 40 years, wish to appoint gentlemen (in the agency or commisson line preferred), who would be able to work their agency among private consumers. -Apply to London address, i73, Piccadillv. x.4016-H. MEDICAL.- WANTED, a PUPIL at the M Dinorwic Quarries Hospital, Llanberis. Apprenticeship of not less than three years counts equal to 18 months kospital practice and medical study, recognised by the colleges.—Apply to Dr Hughes. ex4017c THE NORTH-END CONFIDENTIAL LOAN OFFICE is ready to Advance sums of Money, from X5 to JE500, to respectable house- holders, farmers, and others, at a low rate of interest and easy repayments.—Apply to J. Harris, 78, Great Howard-street, Liverpool. s402a X»0 WEEKLY and UPWARDS may be EASILY and HONESTLY REALISED by persons of EITHER SEX, without hindrance to present occupation.—Particulars FREE or with a Sample 12 stamps (returned if desired). Address, EVANS, WATTS, ft COMPANY, (P 298), Mer- chants, Albion-trtreet, Birmingham.—Thit it GENUINE, B. 3636-M T LEYN AND EIFIONYDD FARMING SOCIETY. .T^nual Show of Entire Horses will be held at rwllhen on the 1st of May, 1880, when prem- iums will be awarded as follows, viz:— For showing the best Stallion calculated for Husbandry ( £ 20 by the Society and JtMO by F. W. Lloyd Edwards, Esq.) £ 30 Second best do £ 10 do do for Saddle or Harness (£10 by the Society and jei0 by Owen Evans, Esq.) jg20 The eonditionfl may be had upon application, R. OWEN JONES, Secretary. Pwllheli, 19th April, 1880. x 4011—H. PAVILION, CARNARVON. TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27TH & 28TH, 1880. UNDER DISTINGUISHED PATRONAGE. 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. i PRINCIPAL VOCALISTS: Miss MARIAN McKENZIE, R.A.M. I Miss MAGGIE J. JONES, R.A.M.; (Gold Medalist and Winner of the Westmoreland EOS MORLAIS Scholarship); I MR. T. LAMB. CONDUCTOR :—MR W. J. WILLIAMS. LBADBR OF THE ORCHESTRA:—MR SEDGWICK. Tuesday Performance:—Doors to open at I 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; Firtt 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, Castle-square, Mr Jarrett Roberts, Bridge-street, and from the members of the choir. Plans of the Hall may be seen at the Liver Establishment, and Mr Rowlands, ookseller, Castle. square. JOHN S. MORRIS, i Hon. B. 3961. M_R. W. NEWTON, f Sees. ARDWYN SCHOOL, ABERYSTWYTH. HEAD M.UTBR :-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. PROSSBB, C.M., M.R.C.P. Fourth Master, Mr T.-JONES Music Master, D. JENKINS, Esq., Mus. Bac., Cantab. THE situation of Ardwyn is recognised as the most delightful and salubrious near the town of Aberystwyth it is within view of the sea, and 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 the 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. SUPER APPOINTED NINE COBD, SOLE SIX CORD, AND TURIE4 A" TO THE QUEEN. GLACE FOR STREET EIA" OR MACHINE MILLS, USE. 13671 LEICESTER WANTED, two or three clever business men if to obtain orders for a newly published book of rare merit. No previous experience required.-—For terms, &c., apply to M. Williams, 1, Rowland's-street, Carnarvon. g 3944—w. TYDDYN MAWR, LLANWENLLWYFO, NEAR AMLWCH, ANGLESEY. Highly Important and Attractive Sale of very valuable Farming Stock, Implements in Hus- bandry, and a portion of useful second-hand Furniture, &c. MR J. JONES has been favoured with in- structions from Mr Roberts (who intends going abroad) to SELL BY AUCTION, as above, on Tuesday, the 27th April, 1880, the following very valuable LIVE STOCK :— Eight three-years old prime Bullocks; 10 Milch- ing Cows, in proiit, and to calf early; 13 yearlings and 2 calves; 1 pedigree short horn Bull, by 'England's Glory' 30 young Ewes and 42 Lambs; 4 strong Cart Horses 1 very fast roan Mare, rising seven, steady in harness and under saddle 2 carts byCroskill; 2 ditto home-made, with frames; 1 stone-roller 2 single and 1 double Iron Ploughs; 2 Iron Harrows, 2 Drills; 2 Wheelbarrows; 2 Ladders; IronScuffler; Turnip Slicer; Spades; Pitchforks; Lots of Timber for building and other purposes 1 handsome Dog Cart and Har- ness, nearly new Sheep Racks; Whipple Trees Pig and Sheep Weighing Cage; Feeding Troughs, 1 Stack of Straw, &c., &c, WILL ALSO LET BY AUCTION, In small lots, all of which are well supplied with excellent water, about 70 Acres of exceedingly rich PASTURE LAND. Term of letting to expire on the 13th of No- vember, 1880. SECOND DAY'S SALE, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28TH. Dairy Utensils, Sundry Crockery, and all the good and useful second hand Furniture. Sale to commence each day at 11 a.m. Luncheon at 10.30 a.m. Ty Canol, Amlwch, April 12th, 1880. G3989b ROBERTS, WILLIAMS, & CO., flMBER MERCHANTS LIVERPOOL. WHOLESALE YARD 185, Rsomirr ROAD, CANADA DOOX. SAW MILLS AND JOINERY WORKS:- BOUND ART STRXHT, OORJTBR or STAHTUBY How, RW, ft Oo., have recently made extensive • ADDITIONS to their JOINERY DEPART- ttENT, where they are now prepared to execute orders (on the Shortest Notice), for all kinds of Machine-made Joinery, namely— DOORS, WINDOWS, MOULDINGS, SKIRT. DIGS, CHURCH AND CHAPEL PEWING, fto. All guaranteed oi the best Material and Work' maaanip. N.B.—Dopy of Dedans of Moulds, Ac., to be had bee on application lOØJ ANGLESEY 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 EMIGRATION TO CANADA. GOVERNMENT ASSIST*!) PASSAOK, reduced f area. PamphleU, and information on applicatfam^rt^ to the Managine^r-^ Director,. *1010/- W SUwago, M « £ tiitg Through farai to all p«$» T\VJ ^Canada and United 8tate» on lk« term*.—Apply to Fumi, Mil* XoxisoMmT, 24, Jan»«» Si, LtYerpooi; «t M thaif local Acuta. WANTED, a JUNIOR HAND to the TV Drapery Trade. Apply to Mr Griffith Jones, Beehive, Pwllheli. o39R0b FOR SALE, Hansom four-wheel CAB, in first class condition. Y pris yw deunaw punt.—Ymofyner a David Jones, 10A, Leison- street, Kirkdale, Liverpool. g 3946-H. WANTED, at once, an active, strong, IMPROVER to the Grocer and Provision Trade.—Apply with Testimonials, &c., to X.Y.Z., Oenedl Office, Carnarvon. G3985b IMPORTANT TO SHIP OWNERS AND OTHERS. TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION BY MESSRS. OWEN & SON, of Carnarvon, on WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 1880; at TY'N Y CEI, CAERNARFON, at Two o'clock in the afternoon precisely, in lots to suit intending purchasers, the following EFFECTS belonging to the Cutter-yacht PHANTOM: SAILS, comprising mainsail, trysail (new), two foresails; three topsails, three jibs, jib topsails, and spinnakers (new). SPARS: galvanized mast winch, with mahogany brass mounted heads, running gear, with patent sheave blocks, wire and other rigging, warps, galvanized anchors and chains, brass binnacle and compass, 5 oak water casks with galvanized hoops, patent pendent log line, copper belaying pins, side lights, globe lamp, brass cabin lamps, mahogany vegetable box, Stewardess cooking stove, copper funnels, birch swing table and nttings. Also the HULL (with a quantity of moulded lead aud iron ballast) of the cutter-yacht Phantom, also a light and roomy Punt, and a quantity of iron in blocks suitable for ballast for sailing and other boats. The Hull is built of oak, and planked with English elm, copper-fastened throughout, with cabin fixtures complete, mahogany sky-lights and companions, two galvanized iron tillers, and strong windlass. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneers, or the Harbour Master, Carnarvon. o4022a LIST OF COMPOSITIONS COMPOSED AND PUBLISHED BY D. JENKINS (MUS. BAC. CANTAB), ABEBYSTWYTH. AT Y COR.AU. — Gan fod y chweched argraphiad o'r Anthemau, a'r Canigau canlynol wedi :eu gwerthu, gellir eu cael yn awr am 3c. y Ilyfr Sol-ffa. ') ,iI — ANTHEMAU. Rhif 1, U Molwch yr Arglwydd." „ 2, Yn ddyfal gwyliais." ,,3,"TiafoIaf." CANIGAU. Rhif 1, "Yr Awyren." — r „ 2, Gwalia Wen." „ 3, Seren Anwyl." Pob archebion [i'w danfon at D. JENKINS, Aberystwyth. g 3688-H. THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER ± THOMPSON'S BURDOCK PILLS Overcome the worst forrus 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, or 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, rheumatios,- lumbago, piles, gravel, pains in the back, scurvy, bad legs, btd breasts, sore throats, sore heads; and sores of every description, burns, wounds, or white swellings, scrofula or king's evil, gatherings, tumours or cancers, pimples or blotches on the face and body, swelled feet or legs, scabs and itch, erysipelas, jaundice, 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 aU Chemists, or from the proprietor, J. TltOMP- SON, 44, Oxford street, Swansea, for 15 or 34 stamps. x. 3979—H. VALUABLE DISCOVERY FOR THE V HAIR! CARMAN'S HAIR RESTORER. Acknowledged to be equal, if not superior, to Mrs Allen's Rosetter's, and many others. It is not a dye. It contains no oil. Will restore gray hair to its original colour and beauty. Removes dan- drift and all impurities from the head. Pro- motes the growth and strength of the hair, giving it the lustre and health of youth. And is the cheapest and best Restorer ever used. Supplied only in large bottles, Is 6d. A parcel of three bottles, secuiely packed, sent to any part on receipt of 54 penny stamps or P.O.O. CARMAN'S INVIGORATING SALINE. This Saline compound is recommended for Bilious Constitutions, Heartburn, Headache, Sea Sickness, &c. In bottles, Is 9d each. QUININE WINE TONIC. An excellent strengthening medicine, in bottle Is and 2s each. CARMAN'S INFANTS' CARMINATIVE. An agreeable medicine renowned for its efficacy in preventing or removing the disorders to which Infancy is liable, such as Convulsions, Wind, Gripes, Difficult Teething, &c., &c. In bottles 7^d, Is lid, and 2s 9d each. PREPARED BY JOHN CAR. MAN, DISPENSING AND FAMILY CHEMIST (Qualified by ExaminationJ, APOTHECARIES' HALL, HOLYWELL. 2599a 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 i Notices Notices. Public Notices, Sales of Landed Pro- ) „, perty, &c General Auctions and Private Sales, ) fi, Eisteddfodau, Entertainments, &c. j Charities, BookSj Lists of Subscriptions, Local Competitive Meetings j Paragraph Advertisements of any nature 6d. (Special arrangements made for a series of insertiom.) PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS OF THB 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 undermentioned charges :— One Insertion (20 wcrds) Is. Two Insertion); t „ 2s. Three Insertions « ,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. POOLST. MARKET, CARNARVON. THE ESTABLISHMENT for GENERAL J- GROCERY and FIRST CLASS PRO- VISIONS. THE guiding rule of this business has al- -L ways been to offer to the buyer the CHOICEST articles at the LOWEST possible prices. THE faet 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 Carnal von were they can be obtained, as its provision trade is STRICTLY kept on the Liverpool style. THE NOTED CUMBERLAND HAMS AND BACON are very fine. Mild and delicious flavour. The Hams weigh from 12 to 14 lbs. each, and sold at the LOW PRICE of only 6id 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 3s 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. H. FlUTCHARD & CO., POOL STREET MARKET, CARNARVON. x. 3647.. THE NATIONAL EISTEDDFOD OF WALES, TO BE HELD AT CARNARVON, AUGUST 24, 25, 26, & 27, 1880, rNDJlR THE PATRONAGE OF THE NOBILITY AND GENTRY OF THE PRINCIPALITY. JB670 in Prizes! Chief Choral Prize of R,150 and Gold Medal. A COMPLETE LIST of Subjects, particulars of Gtor- sedd Examinations, and every information sent by the Secretary on receipt of one penny stamp. D. RHYS, Sec. Grove House, Carnarvon. x. 3838-ir JgRYNARVOR HALL SCHOOL, TOWYN PRINCIPAL MR. EDWIN JONES, M.R.O.P., Assisted by qualified RBSIDHNT MASTIBS, lot Classics, English, Mathematics, Modem IAuign&M Music, &e. Brynarvor Hall, a commodious and well- fitted house b<as been specially erected for the accommodation and tuition of boarders. It is beautifully situated in an eminently healthy local. ity, with extensive playgrounds, cricket field and gardens attached, altogether making the finest and most desirable school premises in the Principality. Pupils are prepared for the various examination* in connection with the Universities and Colleges, for the learned Professions, Banking, and Com- mercial pursuits. Classes are held in connection *c%ih the 8ei*n«e mmI Art Department, the examination* being held i" Way in eaih year. The school year consists of THRM "Umv. THE MIGHTY HEALTH RESTORER. DR JEA'S MARVELLOUS TONIC, POB THE BLOOD AND NERVES. The Celebrated Remedy for Debility, Blood, Ner- vous, and Constitutional Disorders, Consumption, Indigestion, Headache, &c. The great demand and innumerable unsolicited and ever increasing Testimonials prove the wonder- ful INVIGORATING and RESTORATIVE virtues of THIN Medicine for PURIFYING and ENRICHING the blood, maintaining and restoring Mental and Physical Energy, for correcting disordered functions or organs, and promoting HEALTH, (STRENGTH, and LONGEVITY. Is prepared in an agreeable and concentrated form, and is free from mercury and all injurious ingredients. Price 2s 9d (24 doses). Obtained of all Chemists, or Post free of chief agents for Post Office Order, or 32 Stamps. OBUlP AOBNTB :-Evans and Wormull, 31, Stam- ford-street, Blackfriars, London. H A R M O_N I C Ms" A CHALLENGE. SPECIAL MANUFAOTUEE. HARMONIUMS, Four Octaves, solid Ameri- iH. can Ash Case, turned pillars, two bellows, first-class workmanship, £ 3 108 Cash. Cannot be purchased for the price in any other house in Great Britain than THE CARNARVON AND NORTH WALES Pianoforte, Harmonium, ft Musical Instru- ment Warehouse, BRIDGE-STREET, CARNARVON. PROPRIETOR— S. 3129-v W. JARRETT ROBERTS.