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WANTED, an experienced Milliner, at Lunt and Griffiths, Well-street, Ruthin- ^■Pply personally, or hy letter. B '57 TfcONMO.NGhlti*, CLOCKS, Jewellery, Furniture. &c. AUENTS WANTED. *»tolesale Catalogues, 300 Illustrations, Apply, Henry May (151), irmm.hatn. e 66.) PAINTERS AND PAPER-HANGERS.— KA number of Good Workmen may be em- Pad at once by applying to Mr John Edwards Bryn r, Menai B idge. Q WANTED, a Young Lady knowing the Millinery and Dressmaking.—Apply fco J., of David Ev^-s, Qmftea, Montgomeryshire. AGENTS WANTED (Packet Teas;.—All House-to-house Callers should apply. Special terms offered to good men.—Write to Geeves & g, Chiswell-street, London, E.G. B 172—58 WRITE'S SEWING MACHiJNE, entirely new, suitable for tailors and othtrs, to be Sold at a great reduction from cost price.—Apply J to Cymro," Express Office, Carnarvon. b TWELVE C^i'KS ie VlSITE, 2s 8d; six, is 8, (.arte ;r> arged to 10 inches, 5s; Cabinet, 2a. Sent C".rte with stamps. Perfect copies -d original returned free. Ixmdon Photographic Co., 304, Regent-street, Lon- don, W.—F. S. D. PHILLIPS, Manager. TOWLE'S PENNYROYAL AND STEEL PILLS FOR FEMALES quickly correct all mognlaritieB and relieve the distressing symptoms so fKralont with the sex. Boxes, Is lid and 2s 9aa of all .Chemists. Sent anywhere for 15 or 34 Stamps, by the ■taker, E. T. TOWLE, Chemist, Nottingham. •CO WEEKLY and UPWARDS may be EASILY and HONESTLY REALISED by persons of EITHER SEX, without hindrance to present occupation —For particulars, &c., enclose a plainly Addressed envelope to EVANS, WATTS, and COMPANY (P. 293), Merchants, Birmingham. WATCH AND BICYCLE CLUBS. — T T Wanted-Foremen, Time-keepers, Clerks, I&Wrance Agents, and others, to form clubs for the Waltham Clubs Association. Soecial +erms to good pen.—Illustrated catalogue, and full particulars, post from T. Hall, Manager, Craf ton street, Leicester. ON HOLYHEAD ISLAND, County of "X Anglesey.-A charmingly-situated HOUSE Jo be Let, famished, within five miles of the town of Boghead, and three miles from the Valley Station, and Wittxin three minutes' walk of the sea.—For terms and Ittticulm, apply to W. Riva, Auctioneer, Holyhead. Onnil STRONG WOODEN HUMDLES for sale, at Is 8d each. Five feet long, "With five bars. Any quantity of twenty and up Will be delivered free at any railway station within thirty miles of Conway.—Apply to P. and H. Lewis, Timber Merchants, Conway. B939—348 SASH Weights at Y,4 5s per ton Whitelead, KJ JE17 10s per ton; Genuine, JB23 Galvanised Corrugated Iron Sheets, 16 G, £ 14 Der ton 24, JJ16 5a; Oat Nails, 10s 3d per cwt.; Lath Nails, 13s 3d per Gwt; Tin Plates from 12s per box.-Peter Connor, wlntyre, and Co., Metal Merchants, 26 & 28, Hanover- ftreet, Liverpool. G 971 J MILLARD HARDING and Co., late • REDMAYNE HARDING and Co., Silk Hercers and General Drapers, will esteem it a favour if theirPatrons and the Public will kindly direct their Communicationa to Tke Square, Shrewsbury, in con- sequence of Letters addressed only "Harding and Co." aomtimes reaching another firm trading in that 8ame) who are in no way connected with J. M. H. and NOVELTIES DAILY. c 531d TjlOB EXPORT.—Wrought-iron Gas, Steam, J? and Boiler Tubes; Sheet Lead, Lead Gas, Composition, and Water Pipes (1,000,000 feet always kept in stock); Heaton's Improved Valve Cocks Plumbers', Engineers, and Gasfitters' Brasswork and Sanitary Meters; Bolts and Nuts, Dry Gas Meters, ChM Economises, Solder Lead Wire, Sash Weights and every description of Building Requisites.—Peter Connor, M'Intyre, and Co., Metal Merchants, 26 & 28, Hanover-street, Liverpool. Q 971 TOMLIJHSON & Co's BUTTER POWDER. Brings the Butter quickly, removing all un- pleasant flavours of Turnips, Cake, Mangolds, Wild warlic, Sour Grass, Leeks, Dead Leaves, &c. In- creases the quantity and improves the quality of Batter. By its use farmers and dairymen may insure g»od firm, and sweet Butter all the year round. Batter made' with this Powder invariably takes the FIRST PRIZES at the Agricultural Shows throughout the kiotrdom. Sold everywhere, by Chemists and Grocers, in Boxes, 3d, 6d, Is, 2s 6d, and 7s 6d each. Sole manufacturers, TOMLINSON & HAWYARD, LINCOLN. MONEY IMMEDIATELY ADVANCED ON BORROWERS' OWN RESPONSI- BILITY, from jE20 to £1000. To Householders, Farmers, Shopkeepers, and Parties of every occupation in England or wales, by the CALEDONIAN LOAN AND DISCOUNT COM- v PANY 8, Stafford-street (four doors from London- toad), Liverpool. No aureties are required; borrowers obtain the money upon their own responsibility, at reasonable rates of interest and easy repayments, applications personally or by letter, are treated in ■fcriot confidence, and receive prompt attention. q gos G. PEM.BERTON. Manage TO CONTRACTORS. TENDERS are invited for the erection of jL Two New Cottages, at Gatehouse, parish of Llanllechid. The Plans may be seen on applica- tion to Mr William Owen, T^'n-y-capel. No sledge is given that the lowest or any tender will 'be accepted. OI036D TO BUILDERS. Proposed Enlargement of the Crown Cafe, Bangor. PERSONS desirous of Tendering Jor the above may see the Plans and at the office'of the undersigned. Sealed Tenders, ■endorsed on the cover, •« Tenders for Grown Cafe, to be delivered to Mr Foulk Jones, Sectary of the Bangor People's Cafe Co. (Limited), Bang not later than five o'clock in the afternoon o Wednesday, the 26th inet. The directors do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any Tender. RICHARD DAVIES, Bangor, April 14th, 1882. Architect. Q10733D LLEYN AND EIFIONYDD FARMING SOCIETY. THE ANNUAL SHOW OF ENTIRE HORSES will be held at Pwllheli on the 1st ef May next, when premiums will be awarded as follows, viz. For showing the best Stallion calculated for husbandry X40 Second best X20 For showing the best Stallion, calcu- lated for saddle or harness <620 Additional prize by the members of the EifioDydd Hunt for showing the best Stallion, calculated for saddle or harness X20 The conditions upon which the above prizes will be awarded can be had on application to R. OWEN JONES, Secretary. Hall-place, Pwllheli, 18th April, 1882. 0 1024 POOL-STREET MARKET GROCERY DEPARTMENT. TWO POUND GLASS JARS] > 9D EACH. SPLENDID JAM. J %PAYSANDU J > Is 4D PER POUND. TONGUES. j TWO POUND TINS J lljD EACH. FRESH ROAST BEEF. J CHEAP A**D GOOD J 3D P3R BOTTLE. SAUCE. J TWO POUND TINS > IS FEB TIN. FRESH ROAST MUTTON.) FRESH ROAST MUTTON.) CLEAR BLOSSOM J Is 5D PER TIN. HONEY. ) Note. — CROSSE AND BLACKWELL'S SHILLING BOTTLES MIXED PICKLES. CHOW-CHOW OR PICCALILLI, ONLY NIftE PENOE BAOH. LUNCH TONGUES, Is IJD PER TIN. GURRETS' SHILLING TINS) IOJD EACH. CHOICE SARDINES. ) ANGLO-SWISS ) > 6JD PBB TIN. COND. MILK ) THREE CROWN BRAND ) NEW > 8D PER TIN. SALMON, VERY FINEST.) SIXPENNY TINS ) > 5D BACH. SARDINES. ) TWO POUND STONE JARS > lis BACH. FINEST DAMSON JAM. ) POOL-STREET MARKET, CARNARVON. TEA! TEA! TEA! W. LL. "GRIFFITH, CORN EXCHANCE, PALACE-STREET, CARNARVON, BEGS to inform the inhabitants of Carnarvon J3 and neighbourhood that he is- appointed an Agent by one of the principal Tea Warehouses in Lon- don, and that he now offers the best Tea at the reduced prices of 2s, 28 3d, and 28 4d per lb, in boxes of 20 to 22 lbs each. If you want to save a shilling to fifteen pence per pound in Tea call at the Corn Exchange to get it. Also, all kind of Seeds, Barley, Oats, Peas, Beans, Ireland Petatoes, Clovers, Ryegrass, Swedes, Turnips, &c. Also, Agent for the best Manures in the Market 5 has been used by the principal farmers in Carnarvonshire and Anglesey for the last fifteen years, and has given entire satisfaction. Large stock, as usual, of Flour, and feeding staff of the best quality, at the lowest prices. E 299 W. LL. GRIFFITH, PROPRIETOR. LIVERPOOL TO NEVV YORK & BOSTON EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. This Company has been established for Forty Years, and is noted for its Safety and Comfort for all classes of Passengers. Apply to D. & C. MAC 1VER, Liverpool; or to their Agent JOHN EVANS & CO., Serald Office, Carnarvon; or to WM. JOHN PARRY, 3, William's-court Bethesda. 3 124-d M E R 1 O A N L I N B. UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS. LIVERPOOL TO PHILADELPHIA. EVERY WEDNESDAY AND ALTERNATE SATURDAY First-eW, full-powered Iron Steamships. Accommodation for passengers equal to any ^Passengers and Goods la^ed at Philadelphia on tne Wharf of the Pennsylvania Railroad. THE SHORTEST AND BEST ROUTE TO THE WEST. Apply to RICHARDSON, SPENCE & CO., 17 & 19, Water-street, Liverpool. LOCAL AMNTS.-W. J. WUhama, secretary < the North Wales Quarrymen a Umon, 7, Market- street, Carnarvon; John Foulkes, 2" High-street, Carnarvon; R. G. Roberts, Bock Cottage, Oreigiau Mawi, Talyaam. B «7-77—d THE GRAMMAR SCHOOL, UXBRIDGE-SQUARE CARNARVON. ESTABLISHED FORTY YEARS. CONDUCTED BY JOHN G. DAVIES (Under-graduate of the University of London, late Scholar of the University College of Wales, and Prize Essayist of the New Shakspeare Society). PUPILS. are afforded a thoroughly sound and liberal education at a moderate cost. By a JL graduated course of instruction, frequently tested by examinations, they are earefuliy and suc- cessfully prepared for professional or commercial life. English, in its several branches of Grammar, Compo- sition, History, and Literature, is made a special subject of study. The Senior Classes are presented at the Cambridge Local Examinations every Christmas, and at the Pupils' Examinations of the Roy,ti College of Preceptors every Midsummer.. The Quarter-da} s for this Half-year are August 2nd and October 17th. e 73 d TRINITY SCHOOL, BEAUMARIS. CONDUCTED BY REV R' I- LO YiD. SUBJECTS taught: English, Classics, Mathematics, Drawing, &c. Pupils prepared for Commercial Pursuits, the Civil Service, the learned Professions, as well as the various Training and Theological Colleges. ■, n. w Special attention paid to the study of the English language and Commercial training. The town of Beaumaris is no less renowned for the beauty than the healthiness of its situation and pupils will, to a great extent, have the benefit of an English society. A limited number of Boarders taken. Terms moderate. The school will be opened for the next quarter on Monday, January 16th, 1882. Terms and all particulars ta be had on application to the master. G 760 GRAMMAR AND COLLEGIATE SCHOOL, CARNARVON. » ESTABLISHED 1836. pRiiroiPAi.: J, s. KIRK, M.A., PH.D., Member of the General Council of the University of Glasgow, and of the Royal Oollege oi Troceptors, London. Author of Essays on Education," School Honour," Human Civilization, Ac. PARENTS and Guardians are requested to note the following facts connected with this P Establishment:— That for the last twenty years, while under Dr Kirk's management, as great a percentage of pupils from this School have passed the various Preliminary Test Examinations as frora u, other Scholastic Institution of the same average attendance in Wales. That the education given is genuine, as witnessed by the varied and important positions iiow ueld by former pupils. That each pupil is led to think for himself, and ia carefully superintended by the Principal. For terms, testimonials, and references apply to Dr KIRK, Orchard House, near Carnarvon., THE NEXT QUARTER BEGINS ON MONDAY, THE 3RD OF APRIL, 1882. ESTABLISHED 1854. JOHN WILLIAM ROGERS, AUCTIONEER, VALUER, AND ESTATE AGENT "THE MART" AND FINE ART GALLERIES, LLANDUDNO. T W. R., in thanking his numerous patrons and clients for the very liberal support and <J increasing business bestowed upon him of late years, begs to state that the same unremitting attention (to all business entrusted to his offlce)sball be devoted to the interests of all parties as in the past. SALES BY AUCTION of Farming Stocks, Horses, Carriages, Oattle, Agricultural Produce, Household Furniture, Pictures, Trade Stocks, Wines, Objects of Vertu, Plate, Jewellery, &c. HOUSES AND LAND OFFERED FOB SALE UPON MODERATE TERMS. Note.—Household Furniture amounting from JMO to £ 1000 purchased outright from parties who do not care to have a public sale on their own account. To Drapers and General Tradesmen having surplus or accumulated stocks, the same can be con- signed "To the Mart," Llandudno, for sale in one of the most commodious rooms and in the very heart of the business part of the town. Immediate cash advances to any amount made upon all consignments for absolute sale. Sales conducted upon owners' premises in all parts of the neighbouring counties upon the very est terms, with immediate cash settlement. T, N.B.—The highest references to a large circle of clients; also to the N.P. Bank, Llandudno, and the solicitors of the neighbourhood.. Auction and Estate Offices, first floor above the Mart Llandudno. a. 4oSo PAPER HANGINGS. PAPER HANGINGS. M. DAVIES, 102, HIGH-STREET, BANGOR, F returning her sincere thanks to her numerous customers for the kind patronage accorded to her in the past, begs to call their attention to the very large stock of papers just received, all of the newest designs, and marked at exceedingly low prices. Note the address: NEXT DOOR TO THE NEW INDEPENDENT CHAPEL, PENDREF, BANGOR. r317 IMPORTANT CAUTION. 1ST CONSEQUENCE OF THE GREAT DEMAND FOR SAUNDERS' BALSAMIC PLASTERS, MANY imitations are now being sold; the Public are therefore warned to examine each M Plaster when buying, and to see that the words "SAUNDERS' BALSAMIC PLASTER" are stamped on everyone. Any persons suffering from pain in the back or side, or between the shoulders, tightness of the chest or difllculty in breathing, who have not tried the above Plasters are earnestly requested to give them a single trial. Sold by all Chemists, at 3d, 4d, 6d, and 81 each. Wholesale, 149, Duke-street, Liverpool. a 331 SAMUEL EVANS, ..4.R rON1,A BANGOR. Corn, Flour, Seed, Hay, Straw, and Oil- cake Stores. AGENT FOR- Spratt's Patent Meat CI Fibrine" Dog Cakes. The Manchester Prize Cattle Food Company. The Gloucester specific for Foot Rot in Sheep. The Liverpool, Cheshire, and North Wales Patent Manure Company. Messrs Richardeon Brothers and Co., Linseed Crushers and Manure Manufacturers, Belfast Dublin, Cork, Galway, and Sligo. S. 'E. will be pleased to Slend Quotations upon application. e 773 MESSRS JONES AND LLOYD, Auctioneers, Appraisers, Land Valuers, Estate and Commission Agents, CEICCIETH AND PWLLHELI, Will attend Pwllheli Markets and Fairs at TOWED. HOTEL. Prompt settlements of every Sale. Ii 1029-360 jgDWARD BERTS, >. BILL POSTER AND TOWN CRIER, 58, HBNLLAN-STREET, DENBIGH, Posts Bills in all parts of the Vale of Clwyd. All work entrusted to him will be properly at- tended tO. B. F. SPECIALITY. SNOWDON FLAKE, NEW PROCESS FLOUR. Highly recommended for Pastry and Fine-flavoured Bread. MANUFACTURED AT THB CITY STEAM MILLS, BANGOR. THOMAS LEWIS AND Co., PROPRIETORS. Trade Mark-Summit of.Snowdon. THE following remarks of Professor Graham, in his admirable series of Cantor Lectures delivered before the Society of Arts on the «' Chemistry of Bread-making," will show the great necessity of haTing the FINEST WHITE flour for makuisr fine and W^«Thene*t point which ocours to me as a chemist, as most essential in any good system of milhu?, is the thorough removal of the bran; not even the smallest quantity of bran should be allowed to remamintheflour when prepared, and fer the reason that I have pointed out to you, that there is a soluble albumeuous ferment called oerealine. This is a very active diastasic body. An infusion of cerealine, or an infusion ot ordinary bran, will give a quantity of soluble fermer.t, which will rapidly attack the starch-cells, and, in the presence of water, hydrate the starch into maltose and .i< xtrine, giving a large quantity of dextrine. This is another reason why! consider that no system of milling is per- fect, whether it be done by rollers or disintegrators, if it does not fulfil these twoloonditions, the removal of the germ, and the removal of the bran." Our New Process Snowdon Flake Flour is perfectly free from germ and bran. THOMAS LEWIS AND Co., BANGOR, CARNARVON, PWLLHELI, HOLY- HEAD, AMLWCH, Ac., &c. a 261 THE LIVERPOOL AND BIRKENHEAD HOUSE PROPERTY INVESTMENT COMPANY, LIMITED. ISSUE OF 1.250 ADDITIONAL ORDINARY SHARES, AT .ONE POUND PER SHARE PREMIUM. Capital £ 100,000, in 5,000 Ordinary Shares an 6,00 P reference Shares of J610 each. The Preference Shareholders are paid a Preferential Divident of 5 per cent. Deposit on application £ 1 per share, and.26 on allot- ment. Calls not to exceed £ 2 per share, and to be made at iatervals of not less than *wo months. DIRECTORS William Parry, Esq. (chairman), 310, Upper Parlia- ment-street, Liverpool, member of the Liverpool Select Vestry. Thomas Jonee, E-q., Breck House, Anfield, Liverpool, member of the West Derby Local Board. Rowland H. Roberts, Esq., 168, Boundary-street, Liverpool. Robert Roberts, Esq., 79, Walton-lane, Liverpool, and Mela, Pwllheli, Carnarvonshire. Laac W. Robinson, Esq., 20, Nelson-street, Liverpool, member of the Liverpool Select Vestry. Mark Vickers, Esq., Towasend-lane, Anfield. BANKERS: Liverpool Commercial Banking Company, Limited. 33 and 35, Castle-street. SOLICITORS: Messrs Eaton and Son, 5, Clayton-square, Liverpool. MANAGERS: Messrs Jones, Stephens, and Co. OFFICES: 2, South John-street,; Liverpool. PROSPECTUS. This company was formed, in 1877, for the purpose of investing in cottage property in desirable locaKties, no class of houses being so remunerative when judiciously purchased and managed. Toe company ha? new a large estate, consisting of freehold and leasehold houses, which have been care- fully selected in good letting localities and most of the purchases having been in large lots, the directors have secured them on advantageous terms. The operations have been very profitable, enabling the directors to pay dividends from the first at the rate of 10 per cent. per annum on the ordinary shares, after paying all charges. This dividend is most satisfactory, considering tne security, the capital being invested entirely in houses of the best paying class. A large amount has been spent in putting all the pro- perty in good order, and it is now worth much more than valued in the balance sheet. Onelhalf of the ordinary shares have been subscribed for, and thA directors have decided to receive applica- tions for 1,250 more, at a premium of .;£1 per share, re- serving the remaining 1,250 for a future issue, at such additional premium as may be decided upon. Six pounds per share has been called up, and it is not intended to call any more at present; but share- holders have the option of paying their shares in full at once, receiving interest at the rate of 5 per cent. per annum upon calls paid in advance. Forms of: applications for shares and all further in- formation may be obtained from the Managers, or from any oftthe Directors. B 1.30-361 JUST ARRIVED. WALL PAPERS. WALL PAPERS. T. J. WILLIAMS, DENBIGH, HAS now a splendid variety of all kinds of WALL PAPERS. The Stock numbers ver 30,000 PIECES. The present year being exceptional in point Of inter- est in the town, no doubt there will be a great deal of re- novating done, and in order to meet the greater require- ments, T. J. W. begs to inform his numerous friends and customers that all his valuable Stock of FURNISH- ING GOODS, &c., will be at sold prices unsurpassed ni cheapness by any house in the trade. i327 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCHERS. DAVID EVANS AND Co., BEE HIVE, BANGOR STREET, CARNARVON, BEG to announce that they have commenced business at the above address. Their stock includes Oxen, splendid Wethers (3 years old), and Welsh Mountain Wethers—fed at Sir George Meyrick's, Bodorgan; Pigs, Home- cured Hams and Bacon, Geese, Turkeys, &c., &c. DAVID EVANS AND Co. invite the public to view their stock as early as possible, promising to give every satisfaction to purchasers. Best terms offered to Country Butchers, Pro- prietors of Hotels, Shop-keepers, and Private Families. B 272 READ THISli ROGER EDWARDS BEGS to inform the inhabitants of Denbigh and district that he has opened a NEW SHOP at 76, VALE STREET, DENBIGH (opposite the entrance to the Railway Station), where he hopes to receive a share of the public patronage. A large consignemeat of the finest JUMBO TEA just arrived, which will be sold out at from Is 8d to 2s 6d per lb. One trial of the Jumbo Tea will ensure its regular use. A large stock of Provisions, Flour, &s,, always on hand. Note the address :— B356 76, VAIiB-BTREBT- DENBIGH. ESTABLISHED 1848. SEEDS! SEEDS!! SEEDS I II SAMUEL EXANS, ) 3 AND 4, ARYONIA BUILDINGS, BANGOR. CORN, FLOUR, SEED, HAY, STRAW, AND OIL- CAKE STORES. WHILST tendering to his customers his v v grateful thanks for the liberal patronage accorded to him the last season, in the above new branch of his business, begs respectfully to inform Farmers, Gardeners, Cottagers, and others, that he has this season increased the assortments, and with the greatest care selected a quantity of fresh imported seeds of the best quality, consisting of the following: HAY AND CLOVER SEEDS, of excellent quality. Assortments of EARLY POTATOES, and J of MAGNUM BONUM," SCOTCH DOWN, "CHAMPION" POTATOES. IRISH AND WBLSH SHORT WBITB OATS. IRISH TAWNY OATS. BLACK TARTARIAN OATS. BODORGAN WHIT. OATS. WELSH YELLOW OATS. SCOTCH AND WE&BH BARLEY, &C., &C., &C. All Orders will be executed with promptness. March let, 188S.ø 923 rFHE LLA.NDUDNO IMPROVEMENT X ACTS, AND THE PUBLIC HEALTH ACTS. Commissioners' Offices, Llandudno, April 19tb, 1882. The L'andudno Improvement Commissioners Hereby Give Notice: — 1. That at the expiration of one month, from the date hereof, they intend applying to the Local Government Board for the confirmation of certain Bje-laws relating to Public Bathing. 2 Thitt a copy of the aforesaid Bye-laws is now deposited in the Commissioners' Office for the inspection of the Ratepayers of the district, and may there be seen, on application to the under- signed, between the houis of 10 a m. and 4 p.m. on every business day up to and including one month from this date. T. T. MARKS, O.E., Engineer and Clerk to the Commissioners. IMPORTANT TO FARMERS, GARDENERS AND THE GENERAL PUBLIC. JOHN WILLIAMS & SON, BROOKHOUSE NURSERIES, DENBIGH, BEG to inform their numerous supporters and customers that they have opened a new establishment at No. 6, VALE-STREET, Denbigh, where all kinds of Vegetables, Agricultural Seeds, Flowers, &c., are kept in stock. In inviting the farmers of the Vale of Clwyd to visit their establishment, J. W. and Son beg to thank them for their past support, and hope that they will be avonred with further orders. B 302—845 alt. G. LLOYD, Auctioneer, Appraiser, Accountant, HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENT, COLLECTOR OF Rett AND DEBTS, FIRE, LIFE, AND ACCIDENTS INSURANCES, Emigration Agent to all parts. Note the Address- 24, CHURCH-STREET, G 850 BLAENAU FFESTINIOG. MRS GWENFIL DAVIES, C.A.M., SOPRANO VOCALIST, IS open to Engagements for Concert?, Oratorios, Eisteddfodau, &c., and may TSe addressed at Penffynnon Hall, Pontrbyd-y-groes, near Aberystwyth. SINGING AND PIANOFORTE LESSONS GIVEN, G 790 BEACH MOUftT SCHOOL, CR1CCIETB CONDUCTED BY MISSES WILLIAMS AND TEMPLEC Proppectuses free on application to above Address. B15 TJULT ACADEMY, NEAR WREXHAM, PBDTCIP AL- J. OLIVER JONES. Preparation for the Universities, Civil Service. Law, and Medical Preliminaries, Pharmaceutical; College of Preceptors, Oxford and Cambridge Local Examinations, &c. The school premises, with a large and dry cricket field attached, are situated in a beautiful mid healthy English locality, thus affording the beet ad vantages for WEi!øh boys to learn the language. For terms, &c apply to the Principal. Duties resumed January 27th, 1882. e 764 MAENGWYN GRAMMAR SCHOOL. i vi- MACHYNLLETH, Conducted by Mr. J.^ OWEN, late Inspector of School for the British and Foreign School Society, and Tutor at the Society's Training Col- lege, Swansea. French and German taught by a qualified foreign larly. Special advantages for Candidates preparing lot the. Theological aud the Training Colleges. Prospectuses and Terms may be had on appli. cation. 4389-d THE OSWESTRY ACADEMY. HBAD MASTER MR OWEN OWEN. B.A., (Late Scholar of Jesus College, and Graduate in High Classical Honours). Classes will be conducted by the Head Master, assisted by Mr J. W. BESLEY (ef the London University), and other competent Tutors. THE Classes provide instruction for Com- mercial Pursuits, for the Medical and Legal Preliminary Examinations, and for Matriculation at the Universities. Since 1879, fourteen pupils have passed the various Public Examinations, four >f whom matriculated at the Universities. The second Quarter of this Half-year will com. mence on Tuesday, April 11th. There will be two vacancies for boarders, o 608 — PHILLIPS & SONS' "DANDELIO N COFFEE" CONTAINS Three Times the strength of ordi- vy nary Breakfast Beverages. Once TRIED always used. Universally used by Invalids, being 3ore digestible than Tea, Coffee, or Cocoa. always used. Universally used by Invalids, being 3ore digestible than Tea, Coffee, or Cocoa. ^oldl in. 6i> 1,» K M, by au Orootrt throughout the kingdom. ESTABLISHED 1760. The valuable properties of the Dandelion Root, recognised 0/ eminent Physicians for many Cffen- tunes, so vv become an article of daily use. Sold br a1 Tv ^rs throughout the Kingdom. SPECIAL AGENT FOB. CARNARVON H. Pntchard & Co., Pool-street Market, General Grocery and Provision Stores; also, at their estab- lishments in High-street, Portmadoc, and Snow- ion-street, Pen-y-groes. B 14-d NERVOUS and PHYSICAL DEBILITY. —A gentleman, having tried in vain every advertised remedy, has discovered a simple means of self-cuic. He will be happy to forward the 1 particulars to any sufferer on recent of a stamped and directed envelope.—Address, Mr J. T. Sewell, Brook Villa, Hammersmith, London, B140—d Brook Villa, Hammersmith, London, B140—d