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SCALE OF PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS, For the following classes of advertisements only:- APAKTMENTS WANTED. APARTMENTS TO LET. ABTICLES Loe-T. ARTICLES FOUND. BUSINESSES POK DISPOSAL. BUSINESSES WAITED. Ho USES TO LET. HOUSES WANTED. I Housas TO BE POLO. MONEY WANTED. HONEY TO LEND. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS. M ISCELLANEOUS SALES. PARTNERSHIPS WANTED. SITUATIONS WANTED. SITUATIONS VACANT. f Three Six ie Thirteen Of Words.jlns'rtn Ins'it'nslna rt In&'it'ns Ins'rt.ns s. d. s. d. s. d. s. d. s. d. 20 10203646 56 28 1630 46 56 70 36 2040 56 66 80 44 2650 70 80 96 52 3060 76 86 10 0 The above charges apply only to the classes of advertisements specified above, and are strictly Confined to those which are ordered for CON- SICUTIVE insertion, and PAID FOR PREVIOUS TO INSERTION; if either of these conditic ns is not complied with. the advertisement will be charged by the Business scale:— WANTED, Country or Seaside HOUSE 7 T with garden (eight rooms): North Wales Cheshire. Rent about £ 25.—Full particulars to Richard Foster, Borrowash, Derby. D- OUBLE FRONTAGE ROUSE and SHOP A-X TO BE LET OR SOLD, in one of the most thrhinrparts in Carnarvon, A satisfactory reason tor leaving.—Apply to J. D.O., Oenedl Office, Carnarvon. CARRIAGES FOB BALE.—A Second Hand i BUBS. Two Broughams' Two Waggonetts,and Six Phaetons, all In good condition. The Buss can seen at the Eagles Hotel, Llanrwst.—Apply, *)awaon and Son, Newport, Salop. ° 2564 £ 0 WEEKLY and UPWARDS may be EASILY & and HONESTLY REALIZED by persons of NEITHER SEX, without hindranee to present occupa- 'ion.—For particulars, 4c., enclose a^dre^ed envelope *o EVANS, WATTS, & COMPANY (P 293), Merchants, Birmirigbpiii-^genuine* E464 EMPLOYMENT.— £ 2 to X6 per week earned by pushing men, by the sale of our Rubber Stamps. A connection quickly made, as our Quality and price defy competition. Particulars «ee. London Rubber Printing Co., S3, Oheap- gde, E.O. TWELVE CARTES de VISITE, 2s 8d; six .a. ow Is 8d. Carte enlarged to 10 Inches, 5s, Qabinet, 2s. Sent Carte with stamps. Perfect copies original returned free. *gndon Photograpmc Co 301, Regent-street, {London, —S.D. PHILLIP, Manager. LIVERPOOL COMMERCIAL INVEST- AJ MENT COMPANY, LIMITED.—LOANS of bM j610 to JB1000 promptly granted, and the Ïù- terest charged unusually moderate. Personal or security. Share Certificates, "Dock Bonds, I^fe Policies, Ac.—Apply to B. Roberts, City- *°Ml, Chester; or to James Smith, Secretary, 11, Seymour-street, T*iverpaol. B 1997-712 TO FAT PERSONS—A Gentleman who can personally vouch for the efficacy of a fiEMEDY (doctor's prescription) which will effect- ually and rapidly REDUCE CORPULENCY in cither sex without semi-starvation dittary, exer. I ciee, &c., quite harmless, will send Recipe on le- of stamped address.—Mr F. RUSSELL, 15, Qower St. London, W.C. TO BE DISPOSED OF, a First class Drap- ery Business in one of the best towns in Korth Wales. The house and shop are in one of the most prominent parts of the town and in excellent condition. The stock will be disposed Of at Valuation. Most of the business is ready lQoney. A chance rarely to be met with, the present proprietor retiring from business.—Ap plications and all inquiries to be addressed to W. Lloyd, 16, Well-street, Ruthin, N.W. "M BE LET or SOLD, the ANGLESEY X ARMS VAULTS, Double Frontage, with Three Entrances, situated in High-street, Bangor, iTiye minutes walk from the Railway Station, con- tamiup Ten Bedrooms, Two Parlours, Sittingroom, Two Kitchens, Two W.C.'s and also a splendid Bar, with Four different Compartments.—For further particulars apply to John Owens, Green- gates, Llanfair P.O., Angler ey. BANGOR. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY.—The freehold Hotel known as the Royal Oak with the extensive Yard, Stables and Coach House, fcow in the occupation of Mr Turner, also the corner Shop and Dwelling House adjoining, late in the occupation of-Mr Wright. For particulars and to treat apply to Mr JOHN PRITCHABD, Auctioneer, Bangor. B 984 GUILD HALL, CARNARVON. FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY MONDAY, MARCH 10th, 1884. TR. GREATEST ATTRACTION EVER OFFERED! Orand Fashionable Night! Grand Conundrum Night! Grand Amateur Musical Night! GRAND MASTER GIFT NIGHT! PRESENTS 2,000 PRESENTS "1VILL BE GIVEN AWAY. A PRESENT TO EVERYONE. LOCAL SINGING AND CONUN- DRUM CONTEST! In conjunction with a Unique VARIETY ENTERTAIN- MENT BY THE FOLLOWING UNRIVALLED ARTISTES: GENERAL TO DC THUMB, CLYDE 0. 0. MILLAR, The Champion American Dancer. Profesfor MILLAR, Illusionist. Mr HARRY WILLIAMS, The Great Character and Comic Vocalist, and Madpme C. O. ROSSITER will introduce her Brilliant Pia: oforte and English Concertina Solos; also Comic Recita. tions and bongs. Tickets may be had of Mr W. JARRETT I ROBERTS, Bridge-street. 8pecmena of the PRESENTS may be seen at the Liver Establ sbment. ADMISSION :—Fiont Seats, 2?; Second Seats, la; Back Seats, 6d. Doors open at 7-30 p.m. Carriages may be ordered at 10 o'clock. I SPRING FURNISHING. J. JONES, ST. PETER'S SQUARE, RUTHIN, Has the pleasure to announce the arrival of GOODS adapted for SPRING FURNISHING. Brussels Carpets, from 2s 3d per yard. Kidderminster, Dutch, and Felt Carpets. Hearthrugs, Mattings, and Door Mats. Linoleums and Floor Oil-cloths. Kensington. Woodstock, and Central Carpets. Tapestries. Damasks, and Cretonnes. Swiss, Notingham, and Madras Curtains. HOUSEHOLD LINENS OF THE BEST MAKES. SPRING PRINTS AND OXFORD SHIRT- INGS. THE FAVOUR OF YOUR INSPECTION IS SOLICITED. IMPORTANT TO ALL! JOSEPH- SAUM, (Sucoessoz to the late Mr Lehmann,) HIGH-STREET, MOLD Begs respectfully to announce that his G-BEAT SALE OF WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELLERY SILVER PLATE & OPTICAL GOODS, WILL CONTINUE FOR A FEW WEEKS. W At this Establishment people will get the benefit of the SALE, as all Goods are marked at the usual price in plain figures, from which the Reduction will be made. J. S. has now on hand a large Selection of tfOYELTIES FOR BIRTHDAY PRESENTS, to which he invites a special Inspection. All Goods Warranted, and Exchanged if not ap. proved of. N. R-Special attention is paid to the Repairing Department, in which Clocks, Watches, and all kinds of Jewellery are promptly attended to. Clocks andWatches repaired will be kept in order free of Charge, for 12 months, unless over- wound or damaged by accident. Men sent to the Gauntry on the shortest notice. JOHN MORRIS, KASON, ENGRAVER, and BUILDER RAILWAY STATION, RUTHIN. Monuments, Tombs, Ledgers, Head stmtS, [Sfc> to order, (In Granite, Lime, Yorkshire, and other Stones) Vaults, and all kinds of Cemetery Work. ENGRAVER ON MARBLE MONUMENTS & TABLETS, IN ANY GIVEN STYLE. Dealer in all kinds of Building Materials. Estimates for all kinds of Mason Work,Flagging, Dealer in all kinds of Building Materials. Estimates for all kinds of Mason Work,Flagging, Buildings, Alterations, and Repairs, with or with- out Materials. I R. KOBERTS, WHOLESALE & RETAIL WINE & SPIRIT MERCHANT, BREWER AND MALTSTER CORPORATION ARMS BREWERY, 4, CASTLE STREET, RUTHIN. R ROBERTS, begs to draw the attetion of the gentry and the public generally to his celebrated HOME BREWED ALES. FURE EXTRACT OF MALT AND Bops which may be had in Casks of 36, 18, and 9 Gal- lons at the following prices: 35 Galls 18 Galls 9 Galls XXXX 50s 25s 12s 6d XXX 42s Sis 10s 6d. XX 36s 18s 98. Dublin Stout and Burton Bitter Beer in Casks and Bottles, rpHB LONDON AND WESTMINSTER X SUPPLY ASSOCIATION, 4A, DEAN-STREET, LIVERPOOL. TFTR Association beg to call the attention of consumers of HOUSEHOLD REQUISITES to their Large Stock of Necessary and Useful Articles. DURING the month of March all Fancy goods will be sold at greatly reduced prices, in order to make room for Spring Goods. THE ADVANTAGE S offered by the STORES are VERY, VERY GREAT, being stiil 20 PER CENT. BELOW THE GROCERS' PRICES CrA BONUS will be Given to Purchasing Members at the end of each half-year. np-FREE DELIVERY in the City and Oerriage Paid to all Stations on all orders for £ 2 and upwards. THE LONDON AND WESTMINSTER SUPPLY ASSOCIATION. 4A, DEANE. STREET, LIVERPOOL. Near St. John's Market. I HOUSE FURNISHING. I THE LARGEST AND CHEAPEST STOCK IN THE PROVINCE, = -i6.<.¡r==i1::¡;E1' 71 pp 17, IJ i AT THE FURNITURE WitlBOIS, EASTGATE STREET, Carnarvon. I HUGH WILLIAMS begs most respeetfully to inform his numerous customers that a very large and choice Stock of CARPETS is now being EXHIBITED. Also a splendid assortment of Skin Hearthrugs and Matts, Wool Repp, Tapestry, and all kinds of Furniture Covers and Trimmings of every description. The whole, owing to the great depression in trade, has been bought at a large Discount, which enables H. Williams to give special advantages to his customers. An inspection rnll convince all of the Cheapness of the above Stock. All kinds of Upholstering neatly executed, and Estimates given for Carpets, Linoleum, and Furni- ture of every description. ALL GOODS CARRIAGE PAID TO ANY RAILWAY STATION. HUGH WIL LIAMS, CABINET MAKER, UPHOLSTERER, AND GENERAL HOUSE FURNISHER, EASTGATE STREET, CARNARVON. HAND BREWERY, RUTHIN. » The celebrated Nut Brown Ales brewed exclusively from the choicest Malt and Hops at this old established Brewery, are supplied in 4i gallon, 9 gallon, 18 gallon, and 36 gallon casks. QUALITY BARREL KILDERKIN FIRKIN PUN s. a. a. d. 8. d. X 30 15 7 6 4 0 XX 36 18 9 0 5 0 XXX 40 20 10 0 5 6 A. 42 21 It 0 6 0 B 48 24 12 6 6 9 C Of 54 27 14 6 7 9 I.P.A 64 27 14 6 7 9 Stout 48 24 12 6 6 0 J. FOULJ^ES'S WINE AND SPIRIT LIST: SHERRIES. Hochheimer,1874 .280rMSHWHMKM— &• di &• Bet. Doz. Rudesheimer, l»^fe*/> 4%-Q Roe & Co 2 8 14 6 s. d. s. d. SPARKLINGTRriNES. „ (mellow) 3 3 17 6 Fine Old Sherry 2 0 23 0 s. d. s. d. J. Jameson & Son's Gonzalez, Byass&Co. 2 6 29 0 £ oet & chaiidon's— finest selected Duff, Gordon & Co 3 6 49 0 First Quality. Qts 5 6 66 0 (very old) 3 10 240 PORTS. Ditto,, ,» m Pts 3 0 36 0 PrtPFTflff Very Good 2 0 23 0 G. H. Mumm's Qts 6 6 72 0 R Sandeman&Son ..2 6 29 0 Ditto. Pts 3 6 42 0 win„ Old Jamaica.. 9 14 6 Hunt, Roope, Teagles L. Rcederer Qts 7 6 80 0 Tutto verr old .3 0 16 6 and Co (very old) Ditto. Pts 4 0 43 0 »«*>» ™ry old ..6 branded J. F. CLAWS. BK7r»ch. 2 9 I5 0 "■n^RaVivmirQ Bot 1)02 Do. Marchand 3 6 22 6 BURGUNDIES. Medoo 1 o 12 o Otard, Dupuy & Beaujolis, Maoon, Beaune, Pom- StEmilion 1 6 18 0 Go's Old Brandy 5 6 30 0 ard, aid Red Sparkling Bur- StJulien •• 2 0 24 0 Martell & Hennessey's Case gundies, from 30s to 60s per An<i 0{her Brands of Claret up to Brandy— dozen. gos per doa. • 5s *• 6s 6d 6s TARBAGONA. VARIOUS BOTTLED WINES, PAOT INDIA PALE ALES Excellent Wine 1 4 16 0 from 20s to 66s per doz. EASTINDIA PALK „ Ditto,old 2 0 22 0 SPIRITS (British). B°i'. Sacramental Wine 2 0 24 0 ^d. Ditto^eputed^PiSs1! 8 6! SP ..26 30 0 r Worthington's Half jints 2 0 STILL HOCK. fine Flavoured ..2 3 11 6 Ditto Reputed Pints.3 0 Full Strength 3 6 13 6 Suinness'Extra Dublin Nierstein 240 Old Tom Gin. 9 Stout. Half pints 2 0 Family Dinner Ale supplied in four and a half gallon, 9 gallon, and 18 gallon casks at Is per gsllon. -:0:- J. F 0 U L K E S, WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANT; BOTTLER TO THE TRADE; IMPORTER AND BONDER, WELL-STREET, RUTHIN. INCREASED VALUE OF WATER POWER, MAOADAM'S VARIABLE FURBINE- THIS Wheel (which is now largely in use in England, Scotland, and Ireland) is the only one -L yet invented which gives proportionate power from both large and small quantities of water. It can be made focusing a large winter supply, and yet work with eqaal efficiency through all variations of quantity down to a fifth, or even less, if required. It is easily coupled to a steam engine, and in this way always assists it by whatever amount of power the watet is capable of giving, and therefore saves 10 much fuel. This Turbine is applicable to all hights of fall. It works immersed in the tail water, sa that no part of the water is lost, and the motion of the wheel is not affected by flsods or back-water. These Turbines are at work in nearly every county in England. Apply to MACADAM BROTHERS & CO., BELFAST. D. ROBERTS., WATERLOG HOUSE, CASTLE-SQUARE, CARNARVON, Begs to announce that he intends making a C LEA RAN C E. SALE (FOB CASH ONLY), OF SURPLUS STOCK, An opportunity to secure Bargains. I i I GEEAT I CLEARANCE SALE AT O. D. JONES' VICTORIA HOUSE, CARNARVON, GREAT SALE OF DRAPERY, j AT THE LONDON HOUSE, HIGH-STREET, AND VICTORIA HOUSE BANGOR-STREEP.- «. As it has already been made known, the proprietors of the above Establishments intend carrying on their business in Partnership at the LONDON HOUSE, and in order to do so with an ENTIRELY NEW STOCK are reducing their present stock at boih the above "jjlaces, and will commence SELLING OFF at great sacrifice, next Saturday, March 1st. GREAT CLEARANCE SALE AT SALE M. B. FOULKES' LONDON HOUSE, CARNARVON. I THE BRITISH SHIPPING IN- VESTMENT COMPANY (LIMITED). Incorporated under the Companies Acts, 1362 to 1880, whereby the liability of the Shareholders is ab- solutely limited to the amount of their shares. Capital £lOO,O{)O in 29,000 Share8 of £5 each. First issue, .SSO.COO, in 10,000 Shares cf £ 5 each. Payable, .£1 on application, do..£2 on allotment, and the Balance In Calls not exceeding .£1 per sh&re, and atiuterrals of net less than two months. Bank-ei-s: North Western Bank, Liverpool. Solicitors: Messrs Hill, Dickinson, Lighthound, and Dickinson, Liverposl. Auditors'. Messrs Harmood, Banner and Son, Liverpool. Managers: Messrs Hay, Adam and Co., Liverpool. Registered Offices 26, Chapel-street, Liver. pool. PROSPECTUS. THE carrying trade of this country still con- -IL tinues to increase, and there is every prospect that for many years to come there will be employment for all available vessels on terms equally advantageous to those at present current. Shipping property has long ton a most remuner- ative investment. Steamships especially have been earning very large dividends, paying their shareholders fni!- anc* *Q some cases as much as SO per cent. This has been done with freights at about theic present rates, so that eyen better results may with confidence be, anticipated when commerce resumes its activity. The following are extracts from The Steamship cf let January and 15th Jane, 1883 — "The next point that strikes us is the almost uni- formly high rata ofintereet received from investmenta in private-owned Steamers." "Some psy as much as 25 and even 30 per cent. per annum, but we are told that a fair average all round in respect of all Steamers now in proper working order would be represented by 18 to 20 per cent. per annum. These payments are as a rule made without any pro" vision for depreciation or a reserve fund to meet any large expense, such as tho purchase of a new boiler, cr expenses of a similar kind, so that some deduction must be maie for these purposes, the actnal value cf the ship less depreciation, being covered by insurance." "But allowing for these deductions, we think that we are well within the mark in saying that private- owned Steamers present a sound investment, pro- ducing on an average a fair net dividend of 12 to 15 per cent. on the capital expended, &c." M -st of our Steamships ia this country are yet averaging from 19 to 20 per cent. in profits; in some in- stances we can point to Companies that are fairly and honestly paying a good 30 per cent. tfiv'iierid annually, and while this sort of thing exists the future of both steam tonnage as a safe investment and of iron ship- build ng as a steady industry is assured." t he Company is formed with the intention of carry- ing on the business of Shipowning in all its branches, and its property will be employed where the most beaeficia1 results mny be anticipated. Care will also be taken to select for investment of tho Cempijy s funds such class of Shipping property as experience shows to be most remunerative. Opportunities frequently occur when iavestmenta may, on very benefLiai terms, be made on raortgaga or otherwise, on the security of shipping property. Powers have, therefore, been taken for this purpose, and also for freighting any oi th» O nipany's vesfisels, should circumstances renaer such a course likely to be of advantage. It is comtemplated to insure the pro. perty of the Company with high-class underwriters against all the usual risks. No promotion money wn b3 paid, and ouly the actual expenses incurred in organizing the Company will be charged. The appointment of the Managers and the terms thereof, may be seen at the Solicitorb, or at tho offices of the Company, and printed copies of the same will be banded tQ Shareholders by the Managers. For full information, prospectus, application forms, &o.,oi Steamers now building, apply to t'e Managing Agents; or the Local Agents of the Company, V/. J. Williams, Carnarvon; G. T. Johnson, Whitchurch; W. H. Thomas, Raabon H. J. Wilson, Llanfair- fechan; J. D, Ainsworth, Rhyl; R. Richards, New. town (Mont.); W. T. Jones, Pwllheli; R J. Hum- phreys, Portmadocj a. Edwards, Barmouth; D. Jehu, Llanfair. AGENTS WANTED IN OTHEB TOWNS. A GREAT BARGAIN- ON SALE. AMAGIO LANTERN, fitted with Chimney, Japanned Body, Brass Sliding Front, Oil Lamplwith Silvered Rt Hector, giving a disc; 3 feet in diameter, and stands 15 inches (quite new) together with 4 boxes containing 58 Slides, (band-painted), consisting of Views, Comic, and Movable Slides (all mounted in Mahogany Frames), also, a strong Box. with Brass Lock for same. Complete for 25s, ongmsl price £ 3 1550d.-Apply to W. J. ELLIOTT, 28, Green Gate- street, Carnarvon. WOODHOUSE DAVIES, Bill-potter and General Advertising Ag(ftt% WILLIAM-STREET, HIRAEL, BAN(K)R. B]ls Posted and DiEtributed in every town In North Wales, on the shortest notice. MEMBER OF THE UNITED KINGDOM BILL POSTERS' ASSOCIATION. b MESSRS P. VAUGMOiS AND SON?. JEWELLERS, &c., 193, GSEaT HAMPTON-EOW, BIRMINGHAM, K.AltB ALL SORTS OP GOLD, SILVER, AND BRONZE MEDALS, FOR FOOTBALL CLUBS, EISTEDDFODAU, Ac., RADGES for Cycling Clubs and Schools. A Diagram Sheet and Price List post free on Application. EPECIAL DESIGNS GRATIS OWEN JONES, PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT, HOLYHEAD, Undertakes recovery of Belts, collection of Rents, $c.—AU kinds of Insurances effected. Agent for the sale ot all kinds of Musical In. struments-every Piano guaranteed for 5 years. Pianos repaired, exchanged, or lout on Hire, ex on the Three Years System. ADDMss: MOUNT PLEASANT VILLA, HOLYHEAD.