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THE BRITISH SHIPPING IN-I VESTMENT COMPANY } (LIMITED). 'I Incorporated unlertbe Companies Aits. 1362 to 1330, whereby the liability of the Shareholders is ab. solutely limited to the amount of tboir "bares. Capital jElM.OOC in 29,000 Shares of L5 each. First 19818, £50,000, in 10,000 Sfawes of £ 5 each. Payable, .£1 on application, do. £2 0") allotment, and th'i Balance in Calls not exceeding .£1 per share, and'ttt internals of notless than two months. Bankers: Noriu Western Bank, Liverpool. Sciieilors ■ Messrs Hill, Dickinson, Lighthound, and D ckinscn, Liverpool. Auditors: Mess 's Harmood, Banner and Son, Liverpool. Hanayrs Messrs Hay, Adam and Co., Liverpool. Registered Offices 26, Chapel-street, Liver- pool. PROSPECTUS. THE carrying trade of this country still con- JL tinues to increase, and there is every prospect that for many yea a to come there wil! he employment for all available vessels on terms equally advantageous to those at preser t current. J Shipping props rty has long been a most remuner- ative investment Steamships especially have been earning very large dividends, paying their shareholders fully 20, and 'n some eases as nmchaaPO per cent. This ka3 besn done with freights at about their present rates, a j that eyen better results may with confidence be; anticipated when commerce resumes its activity. The fol!own? are extracts from The Steamshijs of lat Jaicary md 15,:h Jane, 1883:- "The next point that strikes ns is the almost nn:. formly high .ate of interest received from investments in privftte-o vned Steamers." "Some piy as much as 25 and even 30 per cent, per annum, bn♦ we are told that» fair average ill round in "Some piy as much as 25 and even 30 per cent, per annum, !-nt we are told that a fair average ill round in respect of Lil 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 I large expanse, such as the purchase of a new boler, or expenses of a similar kind, so that some deduction must be msie for these purpose?, the acini value of the saip itss appreciation, being coverea by .nsurittice." "73ut allowing for these deductions, we think that we ire well within the mark in saying that private- owaea Steamers present a sound investment, pro- dr cing on an average a fair net dividend of 12 to 15 per cf at. on the capital expended, &o. "Mejet of our Steamships ia this country are yet 'iveragiDg 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 annually, and while this sort of thing exists the future of both ateaaa tonnage as a safe investment and of iron ship- building as a steady industry is assured." lha Company is formed with the intention of carry- ing on the business of Shipowning in all ita branches. and its proper ty will be employed where the most beneficial results may be anticipated. Care will also be taken to select for investment of the Company's fnnds such class of Shipping property as experience shows to be most remunerative. Opportunities frequently occur when investments may, on very beneficial terms, be mada on mortgage or otherwise, on the seenrity of shipping property. Powers have, therefore, been taken for this purpose, and also for freighting any of the C .mpany'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.ch.S;3 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, maybe 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 fall information, prospectus, application forms, Ac., of Steamers vow building, apply to tf e Managing Agents; or the Local Agents of the Company, W. J. Williams, Carnarvon; G. T. Johnson, Whitchurch; W. H. Thomas, Ruabon H. J. Wilson, Llanfair- fcchan J. D. Ainsworth, Rhyl; R. Richards, New- town (Mont.); W-T. Jones, Pwllheli; R. J. Hum- phreys. Portraadoc; G. Edwards, Harmonth; D. Jehu, Uttui'atr E. Thomas, Great Oak-st&eei, Ree-i Richards, Newtown, Mont; R. Kenrick, 4, Marine- terrace, Aberystwyth; Lake Roberta, 1, C^3tie-street, Conway. AGENTS WANTSD IX OTHER TOWNS. 9 TEA! TEA! TEA! THE DRINK OF PLEASURE AND OF HEALTH T JONES & CO.'s TEA FOR THB PEOPLE JONES & CO.'s TEA P-OB THE PEOPLE JONES & CO.'s TEA KBTHE PEOPLE JONES & CO.'d TEA rOB THE PEOPLE T JONES & CO.'s TEA., at 2s Od JONES & CO.'s TEA, at 2s 4d. JONES & CO.'s TEAj at 2s 8d. JONES & CO.'s TEA, at 3s Od. T JONES & CO.'s TEA FOR FAMILIES. JONES & CO.'s TEA FOR FAMILIES JONES & CO.'s TEA FOB FAMILIES. JONES & CO.'s TEA FClR FAMILIES. T JONES & CO.'s TEA, at 2s Od. JONES & CO's TEA, at 2s 4i. JONES & CO.'s TEA, at 2s 8d. JONES & CO.'a TEA, at 3s Od. T,TONES 4 CO.'s TEA FOR THE PUBLIC JONES & CO.'s TEA FOB THE PUBLIC JONES & CO.'s TEA FOK THE PUBLIC JONES & CO.'s TEA FOB THB PUBLIC rn JONES & CO.'s TEA, at 2s Od. 'J 1 JONES & CO.'s TEA, at 2s 4d. 3 JONES & CO.'s TEA., at 2s 8i. JONES & CO.'s TEA, at 3s Od. T JONES & CO.'s TEA FOR THE MILLION JONES & CO.'s TEA FOB TH* MILLION JONES & CO.'a TEA FOR THE MILLION JONES & CO.'a TE± FOB TUB MILILON T JONES & CO.'s TEA, at 2s Od. JONES & CO.'s TEA, at 2s 4d. JONE8 & CO.'s TEA, at 2s Sd. JONES & CO.'s TEA, at 3s 0a. One pound up to six pounds of any of the above Teas sent carriage paid by Parcels Pwt to any address in Wales, -also in box:s of 5 pounds, 10 pounds, 12 pounds,and 20 pound each carriage paid to any station in Wales. To be had only of T. JONES & Co., CONFECTIONERS AND METInHANTS -n T _Sr BRIDGE-STREET, AND THE PRIORY, BANGOR-ST. CARNARVON. BRYAN BROTHERS Have much pleasure in calling the attention of the Public to their woll-assorted Stock of BLACK DRESS MATERIALS, consisting of FRENCH CASHMERES, heavy and bright, at Is 6id, Is 8d, is I Id, 28 4 £ d, 2s Gd, 2s lld, and 3s 3d. FRENCH MERINOS, very fine, and good dye, at Is 8d, Is 11 id, 2s 3d, 2s Cd, 2s 9d, 3s, and 3s 6d. OTTOMAN STRIPES, SATIN CLOTHS, BRADFORD TWILLS, BROCHES SATINS. &c. Special line in PERSIAN CORDS, very wide, at Is per yard. PURE SILK CRAPES, which are soft and elastic, and do not spot nor crease, always kept in stock at 2s 6c, 3s, 3s 6d 4s 6d, 58 6d, 6s 6d, 7s 6d, and 93 6d. PATTERNS ON APPLICATION. BRYAN BROTHERS, BRIDGE-STREET, CARNARVON "SEICISL HOIllESPUN" WILL gERVE MARE3 this Season at Biron Hill. Thoroughbred Mares zC5 5 0 Half-bred do. 2 2 0 Tenants' Mares Half-price. Groom's fee, 2s 6d. "SEKIEL HOMESPUN" is a beautiful Brown, by "Brown Bread," out of "Princess Mixture. For Pedigree see "Stud Book." GEORGE PEARSON, Stud Iroom. Baron Hill, 13th March, 1884. a 1029 BANGOR CORN STORES. ESTABLISHED 1848. SEEDS! SEEDS! SEEDS! T SAMUELEVANS, CORN, FLOUR, SEED, IIIAY, STRAW, AND OILCAKE MERCHANT, 3 AND 4, ARVONIA BUILDINGS, BANGOR. The Special attention of AGRICULTURALISTS, GARDENRR8. COTTAGER8, And others ia respectfully invited to this year's SHOW OF SEEDS at the BANGOR OORN STORES. CARGOES of SCOTCH and IRISH BO&.LAND, MAGNUM BONUM, CHAMPION, ROCK AND KEMP POTATOES, Choice Selection of Early Potatoes, THE RENOWED CROPPER "BEAUTY OF HEBRON." PRIZE SCOTCH WHITE POTATOE OATS. GRAND QUALIfY SCOTCH BLACK TARTARY OATS. IRISH BLACK TARTARY OATS. PRIME DENBIGHSHIRE BARLEY And an assortment of well-selected Welah Oats, Beans and Barley for Sowing. AGRICULTURAL SEEDS IN ABUNDANCE. RYE GRASS and CLOVER, very cheap. TIMOTHY HAY SEED, highly recommended. RIQHARBSON'S' Bone Superphosphate, Corn, and Potatoe Manures, THdCKER AND PEARSON'S LINSEED AND COTTONSEED CAKES AT MARKET PRICES. THE JFIKST TO BUY WILL FARE THE BEST. NOTE THE ADDRESS-CLOSE TO THE RAILWAY STATION. GOLDEN GOAT, I CARNARVON. GREA T SHOW IN THE GOLDEN GOAT WINDOWS NEXT WEEK FOR THE SPRING CARPETS. Good Tapestries from Is 2Jd. Stair Tapestry from Is OJd. 2 Good Yard Kidderminsters at Is 6Jd. Brussels Carpet cheaper than ever, Hearthrugs to match. DOOR MATS. Good Linoleums at 2s 6d per yard. New Cretonnes. Good Double Width Damask, all Wool Is 4$. 2 NEW TAPESTRY HANGINGS. An immense Stock of Lace Hang- ings from Is 6Td per pair. 2 Lace Valances from Is up. PIERCE & WILLIAMS will be show. ing from 300 to 400 pieces of New Prints from 13CI per yard upwards, 4 Butterworth and Brookes' best Prints at 4jd, usual price, 6d. 2 » COUE AND SEE TEIS STOCK BEFORE YOU BUY. 4 PIERCE AND WILLIAMS, PROPRIETORS, t BANGOR. I TO BE SOLD BV PRIVATE TREATY.—The Freehold Hotel known as the Royal Oak, with JI the extensive Yard, Stables, and Coach House, now 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 I PRITCHAKD, Auctioneer, Bangor. B 984 NEAR BANGOR, NORTH WALES. TO BE LET, with early possession, Maes-y- JL grco, a detached Residence with tastefully laid out Grounds and splendid Garden, and about 17 acres of iicb land. The house, which is of modern construction, comprises 3 good Entertaining-rooms and 6 Bed-rooms, 2 Attics, W.O., and Bath-room, Kitchen, Scullery and Domestic Offices, with Stabl- ing. Coacb-house, Nbippons, &o. For further particulars apply to John Pritchard, Auctioneer and Llnd Assent Bangor it 2047 PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. I- I CASTLE.STREET, CONWAY. MR JOHN PRITCHARD has been instruct- ed to Sell by Public Auction, on the Premises as above, about the middle of April, 18S4, the whole of the Valuable Household Furniture and Effects, the property of the late William Hughes, Esq., Solicitor, deceased. Further particulars in future Advertisements. Bodhyfryd. Bangor. B 2582 MENAI BRIDGE SMITHFlELD. IMPORTANT TO FARMERS, GRAZIERS, AND OTHERS. MR JOHN PRITCHARD beps to announce that his next Periodical S^leat Menai, Bridge will be held on Monday, Aplil 7th, 1884 for the Easter Markets. Early Entries are respectfully solicited. Bcdhvfrvd, Bangor. Tt 2580 CAEiiLWYNGRYDD, LLANLLECHID. DESIRABLE FREEHOLD AND LEASEHOLD INVESTMENTS. TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION BY MR JOHN PRITCHARD, at the Royal Gate Inn, 'Rachub,^on Saturday, April 12,JL884, at 3 o'clock p.m. Lot 1 to 4. Four Freehold Dwelling-houses and Shop, known as Fronchwibl, Caellwyngrydd, in the occupation of John Williams, Edward Thomas, William Jones, and John Jones. Lot 5. All that well-built Leasehold Dwelling- house, Shop, Bake-house, and Premisef known as Shop Newydd. Oarneddi, LlanlIechid, fn the occu- pation of Mr Kyan Roberts. The property is held on Lease for an unexpired term of 09 years, at a ground rent of JE3 per annum. Immediate possession may be obtained. For further paiticulars as to Lot 1 to 4 apply to Meesra Hughes and Piitchard, Solicitors as to Lot 5. to David Owen Solicitor, and as to the whole to the Auctioneer, all of JjJanr,or. IJPi'Eli UANGOK. DESIRABLE FREEHOLD INVESTMENT. MR JOHN PRITOIIARD is instructed to sell by Public Auction, at the Belle Vue Hotel, Upper Bangor, on Friday, the 18th day of April. 188i, at 3 o'clock p m. prompt, all that well-built Freehold Dwelling-house and Premises, known as No. 7,Men&i View. terrace, Upper Bangor, containing the following accommodation, viz 3 spacioui Entertaining-rooms, 8 single and double-bedded Rooms, 2 W.C.'s, Linen Closet, 2 Attics, Butler's Pantry, Scullery, Back. Kitchen, fitted with Ranges and Cupboards, large Cellar, Kitchen, Laundry, Wash h use,?Pantry, Coalhouse, W.O., good Back yard, and small Gardeu iu front. The above property is situate in the most eligible position in Upper Bangor, commanding a charming view of the Men i Strata, Beaumaris, fuffin Island, ."0.. and commends itself to parties seeking a private Residence or a first-class Boarding Estab- lishment. Early possession. For further particulars apply to Mr John Roberts, Solicitor, or the Auctioneer, both of Bangor. b2645 PENRHVN ARMS HOTfcJL HOME FARM, BANGOR, NORTH WALES. IMPORTANT TO FARMERS AND OTHERS. MR JOH'f PRITCHARD has boon instruct ed to 8ell by Public Auction (without re- serve) OB the Premisos as above on Tuesday, April 8th, 1884, commencing at 1'3 o'clock noon, prompt, Thorosiineofthe reoowned Para Bred and Peli- gree Prize Welsh Cattle, comprising seven Cows and Heifers, two grand Bolla, and three Calves, four handsome Mountain Ponies, 3 aad 4 years old; a promising entire mountain Pony, 4 years old, by "Princa Llflwelya las," a vale able dark Bay Mard Poav, rising 5 years old; 14-2 hands high, quiet in single and doable Harness, and a Fast Trotter, a graid Brown Brongh .m Horse, 16 hands hilk, rising 6 years old, quiet in single ani doable Harness; a promising Day Clirt Fillev, rising three years old; together with the whole of thq excrlent Agricultural Implements, including three Carts by Crosakill and the Bristol Waggon Co., a capital Cattle Float, a Pig Car, Corn DrIll, Iron Field Roller Mowing Machine, Tedding Machine, Horse Hay n ike. American R' ke, Double Row Ten nip Drill, B*ntaH's Patent Root Fat. per, Harrows, Pittaxha, Scuffler, Winnowing Machine, SbMp Feeding Racks, wood Hurdles &c., &.o. Descriptive Catalogue may be obtained at any of the Hotel* iH North Wales, and of the Auctioneer' Bodhyfryd. Bangor. b 262G NORTH~WALKS^ IMPORTANT TO CAPITALISTS, MILLERS, CORN AND FLOUR DEALERS, AND OTHERS. MR. J. PRITCHARD is directed to SELL ULL BY PUBLIC AUCTION (in consequence of the death of Mr Jno. Evans, the late Ovrner), at the Qunx's Hotel, Chester, on SATURDAY, APRIL 6th, 1884, at 2.30 p.m. for 3 p.m. prompt, subject to such Conditions of Sale as shall be then read, all those valuable CORN" MILLS, situate and known as "THE MOSTYN QUAY STEAM CORN MILLS," MOSTYN, NORTH WALES. The above Mills occupy the moat advantageous position on the Coast of North Wales, being only 100 yards distant from the Mostyn Station, on the Chester and Holyhead Railway, and the same distance from the Mostyn Docks, where the Grain, &c.. frcai Liverpool can be brought to the Mills for the low freight oi Two Shillings a Ton. The ex- tent of ground covers an area of 3660 square yardtt, upon which are the Mills with Granaries, Offices, Stables, Cart Sheds, Carpenter's Sbop and Smithy. The main Building or Mill is 102 feet long by 381 feet wide, moat substantially built of atone, and is Four Stories high with concrete basement. It contains Six pairs of beat French Burr stones, and one pair of small etones with Elevators, Worms and Exhaust Apparatus attached, driven by a 25 Horse Power Horizontal Condensing Engine, with Double Tube Boiler in seperate Building. The entire Machinery including The Silks and Eureka Separating and Scouring Machine (largest size), 'are of the most modern description, and capable of miking 70 Sacks of 280ib». each day of 24 hours, together with a largo quantity of Indian Meal and other Feeding Stuffs. The Mills produce Four well-known Brauds of Flour; have an extensive cohnecticn formed over a period of 50 years in Denbighshire, Flintshire, and portions of Carnarvon- shire and Merionethshire, and being in close prox- imity to a densely populated district, there 18 abundant demand. The Purchaser will be required to take the Horses, Loriies, Loose Trodj Untensils and Office Furniture at a valuation (which will be produced at the Sale, and can be inspected a week previously at the Offices of the Solicitors and the Auctioneer), and the Stock-in-Trade at the Market Price of the day. The Tenure is Leasehold for a term of 40 years from September 29th, 1877, bt a ground-rent of £ 80 per annum. The above genuine concern especially commands itself to the attention of Capitalists and others. For further information or to inspect the Lease, application may be made to Messers GOLD EDWARDS and WESTON, Solicitora, Denbigh, or the AVCTIONKBK, Bodhyfryd, Bangor PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. TOWN OF CARNARVON. MR JOHN PRITCHARD will submit to unreserved Competition, on the Premises, Rosemont, Carnarvon, about the middle of March, 1884. 1884. The whole of the Handsome and Superior House- hold Furniture, Water Colour Drawings, Od Paint- ings, Bed and Table Linen, Glass and China, and the Out-door Effects. Detailed particulars will appear in future Ad- vertisements and Catalogues. Bodhvfrvd, Bangor. 2534 BANGOR. IMPORTANT TO MASTER MARINERS. SHIP OWNERS AND OTHERS. I ME. JOHN PRITCHARD will Sell by Public Auction on the Beach at Hirael, Bangor, cn Friday, April 4th, 1884 at 2 p.m. The well- known Smack "Busy" ot Beaumaris of aboat 70 Tons Burthen, as she now lies under the 3Mp building yard of Mr CHN THOMAS, togethev with the whole of the excellent materials. Bodhyfryd, Bangor. LLANGEFNI. IMPORTANT TO FARMERS, GRAZIERS AND OTHERS. MR JOHN PRITCII ARD begs to announce thut he will hold a Sale of Fee and Store Oattie and Sheep at the Bull Hotel Yard, Llan. gefni, on Monday, April 21, 1884. Further entries aic respectfully invited. Bodhvfryd, Bangor. B 1028 OONWATL Attractive Sale of Superirr Household Furniture, Silver and Plated Gords, Oil China, Oil Paint. ings, water colouv Drawings, Engravings, Liorary of Bookr, Linen, a small c liar of I choice Wines, richly Cut Glasses, beautiful China. Tea, Coffee, Breakfast and Dessert Ser- vices, and other Effects. MR JOKN PRITCHARD ia instructed by the Representatives of the late William Hughes, Esq., to submit to unreservtd Public Competition on the Premised No 45,* Castle-street, Conway, on Wednesday, April 9tu, 1884, com- mencing at 11 a.m. most punctually, the whole of I the Effects at the above residence, including a walnut drawing room Suite upholstered in ¡ Green Utrecht velvet, a rosewood Suite in damask, walnut and rosewood Loo, Fancy, Read- ing, Work, Card and occasional Tables, 2 cane- seatel Settles, 2 sweet toned cottage Pianofortes in walnut and rosewood by eminent London makers, 12 well-made mahogany dining room Chairs, upholstered in Morocco, mahogany Side- board, mahogany Telescope dining Table, with 3 extra leaves, 12ft by 4ft 6 in., mihogany 4 tier whatnot, brillin-t Pier Glasses, valuable gilt Time- piece under giass Shade; superior/Brussels Carpets, hearttl Rugs, iron Fender, fire Sets, a capital oak Bookcase, in two parts with glazed front and underneath Cupboards, wheel Barom- eter, a powerful fleld Glass, hall Table and Chairs, two valuable OilPaintiugs. The W.ne Connoisseurs, watercolour Drawings, Engravings, richly cut Glass, very choice Chi-ia dessert. Tea, Coffee, and breakfast Services, dinner Services, several choice specimens of old China, in Sevres, Nank'n, Wor- cester, and Oriertal, serviees of Silver in Forks, Spoons, Ladles. Sugar tongs, and Teapot, superior plated Goods, Bed and Table Linen of exceptional good quality, small libra-y of Books, among which may be mentioned Rowlands' Mona Antiqua, Lewis's Topographical Dictionary of Wales, Cam- den's Britannia, History of the Gwydyr Family by Sir John Wynn, Ralendars of Gwyoedd, by Edward Breese, Edward Jones's Musical and Poetical Relics of tht \ela& Barda, several of Dicken's Works illustrated by ;Ph>z and H. B. Browne, Goldsmith Animated Nature, Imperial Dictionary and the Gazattec, &3. A small cellar of Wines including some fhe old Ports of 1847 and 1363 Vintages, a small quantity of very old Madeira and brown Sherry, a few gallons of prime old Saotch Whisky in the wood, a splendid five chamber revolver, two capital double Bar- relled Guns, the contents of the Bedchambers in mahogany, birch and iron half Tester, Arabian and French Bedsteads with Palliasses, and ap- propriate drapery, hair and wool Mattresses, superior Feather Beds.Plankens, Quilts,Mahogany, birch and stained toilet Tables,Chests of Drawers, toilet Glasses, Commodes, Wardrobes, Linen Cup- boards, towel Rails, Cheval-glass, cane seated Chairs, toilet ware, Baths, kitchen Chairs and Tables, block tin, dish covers, China Cupboards, culinary Utensils, tin hastener and Juck, Dog Kennels, Dog Slips, a valuable Setter "Ranger" and numerous other effects which will bo more particularly dessribed in Catalogues which may be obtained a week before the Sale at the principal Hotels in the neighbourhood, at the Printer's Rose, Hill-street, Conway, and of the Auctioneer, Bodhyfryd, Bangor. On View Monday, April 7th, from 11 A. M. to 3.30 p.m. B 1027 CARNARVON. IMPORTANT TO PARTIES FURNISHING AND OTHERS. MESSRS J. THOMAS AND SON have been -L»-L instructed by Mr Canham (wLo is leaving the neighbourhood) to Sell by Public Auction at Thistle Cottage, Marcus-street, Carnarvon, on Tuesday, April 1st, 1881, all the Valuable HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Which is in splendid condition and consists of Drawing-room Suites, Sideboards, Mahogany Cheffoniers, Couches, Tables, Sofas, Chairs, Cup. boards, Pier Glasses, Hat stands, Timepieces, Electro.plated Goods. Engravings, Linoleums, Brussels and other Carpets, Fenders and Fire Irons, &c. The Contents of the Bedrooms com- prising Mahogany and Iron Bedsteads, Feather and Flock Beds, Chest of Diawers, Wardrobes, Dressing Tables, Washstauds, Night commodes, Chamberwaros, Bedroom Chairs, Toibt Glasses, Towel Rails, &o. Also the whole of the Kitchen Utensils, and Out-door Effects. Sale to commence at 1 o'clock sharp. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneers, at their offices, Castle Ditch, Carnarvon. B 1 CARNARVON nORSE SHOW. THE FOURTH ANNUAL MEETING OF THIS Show will be held at the Carnarvon Pavilion# on Whit Monday, June 2nd, 1884. Full particu- lars will appear in a ?ew days. B J034 RUSSELLS.-Before Buying 0. Watch Write R for RITSSELLS' Illustrated WATOH PAMPHLET. (No A get it*.) Sent freee on application. RUSSELLS' s2 Levers ("Faniocs Time Keepers") in two sizes — i. t., for Ladies and Gentlemen, money refunded within a month if timekeeping not accurate Price free by post, on receipt of order for £ 2, payable to T. R. Russell, Cathedral Woaks, 18, Church Street, Liverpool. KAY'S COMPOUND— Asthma and Bronchitis are I mnoediately relieved by it. Kay Bros, Stockport, CO AG U LINE;— Cement for Broken Articles, 6d,, Is., 2a.; postage, 2d. Sold Everywhere. Kay Bros., Stockport

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