THE BEST PEHNY PAPEI IN NORTH WALES. IN NORTH WALES-
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE DISTRICT.
GENERAL DRAPERY.—WANTUiD, a re- G spectable and well-educated Youth as an Apprentice, also an Improver.—Apply, personally, "to J. G. Jones, Shop Cae-rliydderch, Pwllheli. ANTED immediately,TWO ASSISTANTS one for the Dresses and Mantles, and one ior the Carpets and Furnishing Goods. Also, an Apprentice for the Geceral Drapery and Grocery.- Apply to H. Bures. Britannia House. Bangor. DOUBLIS FKOJN'AACUS xiOUttibJ and SJbLUP TO BE LET OB SOLD, ia one of the most thrivirc, parts in Carnarvon, A satisfactory reason for leaving.—Apply to J. D. 0., Genedl Office, Carnarvon. PiilMCE'S Theatre. Conveiitry-street,, Lon- don, W. Every Evening at 9, "BREAKING A BUTTERFLY." Pioprieeor and Manager, Mr Edgar Bruce. N~"OVELTY THEATRE, opposite Free- meson's Tavern, London. Every Evening at 9. NITA'S FIBST. Prices from 18 to £ 3 3a. C"lLObE THEATilE. STKajnD. Every J EveLingatS-SOj' TheMEMBERforSLOCQM." Prices from Is to iC3 3s. Acting Manager, Mr Gilbert .rate. r|>WKL.Viii UAJt&XfeS de ViSITE, 2e«d; six JL Is 8d. Carte enlarged to 10 inches, 5s, Cabinet, 29. SeLd Carte with stamps. Perfect copies and original returned free. London Photosrriptuc Co 304, Rsgent-street, London, W.-S.D. PHILLIP, Manager. WEEKLY and UPWAKDti may be JSASJLY JU& and HONESTLY REALIZED by persons ot EITHER SEX, without hindrance to present odtupa- tion.—For particulars, &c., enclose addressed envelope to EVANS, WATTS, & COMPANY (P 293), Merchants, Birmingham.—Thts is genuine. E 464 MP-LO £ M1 £ NT.— £ 2 to X5 per week earned JU by pushing men, by the salo of our Rubber Stamps. A connection quickly made, as our ■quality and price defy competition. ^Particulars roe. Lcndon Rubber Printing Co., o3, Cheap- ide, E.C. WALES.—WaNTEO for Clients, Many I Small RESIDENTAL ESTATES v*r*ing in extent from Five to Two Hundred Acres —Full particulars Bnd p. ice to be StIlt to Hendtiks and Smith, S5, Cannon-street, BirmiagbRm. e 1013 O DRAPERS.—For immediate disposafa genuine business in the best position in Car- narvon. Double fronted Shop, small stOck; liberal ternis-a chance rarely met with. Satisfactory reasons given for leaving.-Apply to W. L. 0., Glasgow House,Ea&tgate-street, Carnarvon. E1018 Gout, ehbumatism, dyspepsia.— A Gentleman who has a perfectly harmless but most positively effic" cious cure for the above, will cheerfully send REOIPE to all FREE. It was first used in obesity, but its effect has been so marvellous in above complaints that really no per- aon need soffer.-Send stamp to F. R., Esq, 15, Gower. street. London, W.C. B 1016 GBEAT PICTURE CHRIST'S SERMON ON THE MOUBT, Measuring 13 feet by 6 feet, PAINTED BY MR J. PARRY OF BETHESDA, WILL BE ON EXHIBITION AT THE r NATIONAL SCHOOL, BANGOR, ON THURSDAY, MARCH 27TH, 1884, Admitsion, 6d Children, Id. TOWYN TILERY AND PIPE WORK S FORYD NEAR ABERGELE. LAND DRAINING PIPES from lb inches to 6 inches always in STOCK, which are made of the best Selected CLAY, free from Lime- stones larger size made on the shortest notice. The works have a SIDING adjoining the Chester and Holyhead Railway ate near Foryd Pier, Rhyl, 'where Sailing Vessels can be Loaded. The above works are nearer to Anglesey and Carnarvonshire by many miles than any other works in the Distrff;. For Prices and Particulars apply to the Owner, J. WILLIAMS, TOWYN TILERY ABERGELE. R. RuB Jbi it X S, WHOLESALE & RETAIL WINE & SPIRIT MERCHANT BREWER AND MALTSTER CORPORATION ARMS BREWERY, 4, CASTLE STREET, RUTHIN. R ROBERTS, begs to draw the attention of the gentry and the public generally to his celebrated JAr E BREWED ALES. FLRK EXTRACT OF MALT AND HOPS •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 21s 10s 6d. XX 36s 18s 9s. Dublin Stout and Burton Bitter Beer in Casls and Bottles. IMPORTANT TO ALL! JOSEPH" SAUM,, (Successor to the late Mr Lehmann,) SIGH STREET, MOLD Begs respectfully to announce that his GREAT SALS (IF mTCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELLERY SILVER PLATE & OPTIOAL GOODS, lFILL CONTINUE FOR A FEW WEEKS. At this Establishment people will pet the benefit of the SALE. as all Goods are marked at <:he usual price in pJain figures, from which the Seduction will be made. J. S. has now on hand a large Selection of tJOVELTIES FOR BIRTHDAY PRESENTS, to which he invites a special Inspection. All Goods Warranted, and Exchanged if not ap» proved of. Jff.B.—Special attention ia 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 tthe Ceuntry on the shortest notice. POOL STREET MARKET, CARNARVON. GREAT SENSATION! ur INDIAN TEA I NEW INDUSTRY! QEYLON TEA PARCELS POST, SEND FIVE SHILLINGS IN STAMPS 0 AND BY RETURN OF POST YOU WILL RECEIVE TWO POUNDS AND A HALF OF MAGNIFI- CENT TEA AS SUPPLIED TO HOTELS, F AMILIES, J JlARMEKS, A RTIZANS. JLJL FAR-FAMED SFND TEN SHILLINGS IN STAMPS AND BY RETURN OF POST YOU WILL RECEIVE VIVE POUNDS OF THE FAR-FAMED TWO SHIL- LING TEA AS RECOMMENDED BY GLOLICITOES, JQOCTORS, TUTINISTERS, GCHOOLM ASTERS. 2S. TEA 28. you WILL NOT REGRET SENDING FOR 1 THIS BEAUTIFUL TEA, IT IS SO NICE TO DSINK, SO STRONG AND SO GOOD. R IOIT, OYRUPY, F R-AGRANIL, pUNGENT. PARCELS POST. REMEMBER THE PRICE.THE QUALITY, It T3E OPPOBT'CTAFLTY, ANDSEND WITHOUT DELAY FOR THIS LUXURIOUS ARTICLE. JGJCONOMY, pURITY, "GQUITY, PROMPTNESS .L T POOL-ST. MARKET. HUGH PKIICIARD & CO I HOUSE FUBNISHIIN Q. THE AT THE FURNITURE AND "I "-WAREMOUSICE CHEAPEST IYAREHOUSE" I I all 0 141 1(4 14 1) STOCK IN THE carnarvon. HUGH WILLIAMS begs most respectfully to iaform his numerous customers that a very large and choice Stock of CARPETS is now being EXHIBITED. Also a splendid assortment of Skin Hearthrugs and Matt3, Wool Repp, Tapestry, and all kinds of Furniture Covers and Trimmings of every description. 4, The whole, owing to the great depression ia trade, has been bought at a L piSCOQ&Tf V enables H. Williams to give special advantages to his customers. « An inspection will convince all of the Cheapness of the above Stock. All kinds of Upholstering neatly executed, and Eatimates given for Carpets, Linoleum, and Furni- ture of every description. ALL GOODS CARRIAGE PAID TO ANTjT RAILWAY STATION. HUG H 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 eld established Brewery, are supplied in 41 gallon, 9 gallon, 18 gallon, and 36 gallon casks. QUALITY BARREL KILDERKIN FIRKIN PUN s. a. s. d. s. 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 11 0 6 0 B. 48 24 12 6 fJ 9 C 54 27 14 6 7 9 I.P.A. 54 27 14 6 7 9 Stout 48 24. 12 6 6 9 J. FOUL K ES'S WINE AND SPIRIT LIST:" SHERRIES. Hochheimer, 1874 2S 0 FBISH WHISKEY— s. d. 8. d. Bet. Doz. Rudesheimer, 1842 42 0 Messrs G. Roe & Co 2 8 14 6, s. d. s. d. SPARKLING WINES. (mellow) 3 3 17 6 Fine Old Sherry 2 0 230 e. d. a. d. J. J^eson & SoJi JO N i frfo&t & Chandon's— fiuest selected Duff, Gordori & Co 3 6 4;) 0 j?jrgt Quality Qtg 5 6 66 0 (very old) 3 10 24 0 PORTS. Ditto Pts 3 0 36 0 TmpirTrv Very Good 2 0 23 0 6. H. Mumm'a Q,ts 6 6 72 0 R Sandemau&Son ..2 6 29 0 ? ? !!J Fine Old Jamaica.. 2 9 14 6 Hunt Roope, Teag es n,f?n J £ 52 2 Ditto, very old ..3 0 16 6 and Co (very old) Ditto Pts 4 0 48 0 branded J. F. & CLARETS. BRANMES— Cc 3 6 40 0 Fine French .2 9 15 0 BTTPnnw*nTT?G Bofc Doz Do. Alarchand 3 6 22 6 BURGUNDIES. Medoc j Q 12 Q Qtard Dupuy & Beaujolis, Maoon, Beaune, Pom- StEmilion 1 6 18 0 Go's Old Brandy 5 6 30 0 ard, aad Red Sparkling Bur- StJulien 2 0 24 0 Martell & Hennessey's Case gundies, from. 30s to 60s per And other Brands of Claret up to Braudy- dozen. 80s per doz. 5S 55 6d 6s TARRAGONA. VARIOU3 BOTTLED WINES, -p a«T TVnTA. PALE AT.Fq Excellent Wine 1 4 16 0 from 20s to 66s per doz EAST INDIA PALE ALES. Ditto, old «• 2 0 22 0 ftPTRTT»S'/R»?«-* n Doz. TENT. SPIRITS (British). 8 d f tj „+„i-nr?. o n ot 0 GaU Bass & Co Half pints 2 6 SacramentalWme 2 0 24 « d s. d. Ditto ReputedPiats .3 6 omrrx' -rrA'nrrr "Or Worthmgton's Half pats 2 0 STILL HOCK. Fine Flavoured ..2 3 11 6 Ditto Beputed Pints 3 0 ^tU}^I Strength 3 6 13 6 Guinness' Extra Dublin Nierstein 84 0 Old Tom Gin. 9 Stout Half pints 2 0 Family Dinner Ale. supplied in four and a half gallon, 9 gallon, and 18 gallon cask. at Is per gallon. -:0:- J.. FOUL K E S, WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANT; BOTTLER TO THE TRADE; IMPORTER AND BONDER, WELL-STREET, RUTHIN. SEEDS I SEEDS! SEEDS! i! SAMUEL EVANS, CORN, FLOUR, SEED, IIAY, STRAW, AND OILCAKE MERCHANT, 3 AND 4, ARVONIA BUILDINGS, BANGOR. AGENCIES: Richardson Bros., & Co., Manure Manufacturer, I Spratts' Patent Dog, Game and Poultry Belfast. Food. TheUInfr S1peTC-ifiC J°r F0?1 Rot iu Sheep' ?/aC8' E-celdor Dog Biscuits. imperial Live Stock Insurance Company. Manchester Prizs Cattle Food Company. The North Wales Dep6t for Fisonand Co., Ipswish's Manures. Linseed and Cotton Seed Cakes of the best EngMsh and American Brands always in Stock and will be delivered sharp at prices which will bear comparsion with the best English Markets. OAMUEL EVANS wishes^to draw the attention of Agriculturalists, Gardeners, Cottagers and aboutllr! 0F,SE6iDS> which wiil be eathibited at THE BANUOR CORN STORES aDout MARCH let, consisting of the followingDiUKM SEEDS. I GRAnT. POTATOES. Perennial&ItalianRyeGras3 Vetches and Rye S^ d. Early Ashleaf Kidrpv Red and White Clover. Well selected Whet, and Barley. itarly Prolific ls)ke and Trefoil. Fiesh Imported Scotch Potatoe Osts. Mona's Pride S0Lawn Grass „P Holland Yellow Oa £ Mor Round Sort, ximothy Hay Seed. Black Tartarian Oats Schoolmaafpr StTLf Vegetab'e; First growth Welsh Black Taitarian Oats. Two CABGOES of Bog Seed Agricultur«T?^dfl Sod"f;?nte0at8' • ■ Champions Rocks,Magnum Agricultural feeeda. Esglish lick Beans. Bonums, &c., will arrive by above date from Ireland. above date from Ireland. RIOBA RDS ON'S Bone ComfJound, Corn, and Super* fop afte Manures always in/Stork. I GBEAT I CLEARANCE ,SALE AT 0. D. JONES' VICTORIA HOUSE, CARNARVON. t P GREAT SALE OF DRAPERY, AT THE LONDON HOUSE, HIGH-STREET, AND VICTORIA HOUSE BANGOR-STREET. — « 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 both the above places, and will commence SELLING OFF at great sacrifice, next Saturday, March 1st. GREAT CLEARANCE SALE AT M. B. FOULKES' LONDON HOUSE, CARNARVON. 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,OQO in 20,000 Shares of £5 each. First issue, .650,000, in 10,000 Shares of £ 0 each. Payable, .£1 on application, do. ^82 on allotment, and the Balance in Calls not exceeding .£1 per share, and at intervals of not less than two months. Bankers: North Western Bank, Liverpool. Solicitors: Messrs Hill, Dickinson, Lighthound, and Dickinson, Liverpool. 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- -M- tinues to increase, and there is every prospect that for many ytais to come there will be employment for all available vessels on terms equally advantageous to those at present current. Shipping property has long been a most remnner. atiye investment. Steamships especially have been earning very large dividends, paying their shareholders rrn!- i20' aiid Bom0 ca8eB as mucl1 as SO per cent. This has been done with freights at about their present rates, so that even better results may with confidence be. anticipated when commerce resumes its activity. The following are extracts from The Steamship of 1st January and 15th June, 1883: — "The next point that etrikes us is the almost uni. formly High rate of interest received from investments in private-owned Steamers." "Some pay as much as 25 and even 30 per cent. per annum, but we aie 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 the purchase of a new boiler, or expenses of a similar kind, so that some deduction must b3 maee for these purposes, the actual value of 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 au average a fair net dividend of 12 to 15 per cent. on the capital expended, &c." M st of our Steamships in 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. dividend anmially, and while this sort of thing exists the future of both steam tonnage as a safe investment and of iron ship- building as a steady industry is assured." 'J 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 beneficial results may be anticipated. Care will also be taken to select for investment cf the Company's funds such class of Shipping property as experience shows to be most remunerative. Opportunists frequently occur when invesltoenta may, on very beneficial terms, be made on mortgage or otherwise, on the security of shipping property. Powers have, therefor#, been taken for this purpose, and also for freighting any of the Company's vesssels, should circumstances render 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 will ba paid, and only 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 Solicitors, or at the offices of the Company, and printed copies of the same will be handed to Shareholders by the Managers. For full information, prospectus., application forma, &c., of Steamers now building, apply to t' e Managing Agents; or the Local Agents of the Company, W. J. Williams, Carnarvon; G. T. Johnsen, Whitchurch; W. H. Thomas, Ruabon; H. J. Wilsonn Llanfair- fechan; J. D. Ainsworth, Rhyl; R. Rlcbards, New. town (Mont.); W. T. Jones, Pwllheli; It. J. Hum- phreys. Portnaadoc; U. Edwards, Barmonth; D. Jehu, Llanfair i E.Thomas, Great Oak-staeet; Beea Richard*, Newtown, Mont. A.GKNTS WANTED IN OTHER TOWNS. JOHN MORRIS, MASON, ENGBAVEa, and BUILDER RAILWAY STATION, RUTHIN. Monumentt, Tombs, Ledgers, Head stones, Sfc to order, (In Granite, Lime, Yorkshire, and other Stones) Vaults, and all kinds of Cemetery Work. I EWQBAVEE ON MABPLB MONUMENTS & TABUTa, IJt- ANT GIVEN STYLE. Dealer in all kinds of Building Materials. Estimates for all kinds of Mason Work, Flagging Buildings, Alterations, and Repairs, with or with- out Mortals. > v u D. ROBERTS, WATERLOO HOUSE. CASTLE-SQUARE, CARNARVON, Begs to call attention to his STOCK of HOUSEHOLD DRAPERY. Special makes of LONG CLOTHS, very chesir LACE CURTAINS OF CHOICE AND JAETISTIC DESIGNS, J to | WONDEBFUI* VALUER f,