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To Let. TO LET, Furnished or Unfurnished, PLAS ISA, GARTH. -1- Detached HOUSE, with GARDEN -Apply to Mr W. Francis Williams. ASSEMBLY ROOMS, AMLWCH. FOR Terms, &c., apply to Mr. W. H. THOMAS Lewis' Buildings, Amlwch. Sales. CATTLE FENCING.-For SALE, 100 Iron Cattle C Hurdles, 6ft. long, with 5 bars and screws for fixing; quite new. Price 3s 8d each, carriage paid. Sketch sent.—STANBY & Co., 6, Livery-street, Birmingham. FOR SALE. XT ALU ABLE PROPERTY in centre of Presteign. To V be Sold on easy terms. Write, GEO. II. BARLOW, Property Agent, Hereford. SEVERAL VILLAS FOR SALE, and TO LET, in 0 the City of Hereford.—GEO. H. BARLOW, Here- ford. AWHITECHAPEL GIG, for Sale. As good as new. A On view at Mr John Parry's, the Coach Builder, Bangor. CARNARVON.—Grocery Business to be Disposed ot C in one of the principal streets. Established 54 years. Rent moderate.—Apply to Miss E. BRYAN, Castle-street, Carnarvon. Wants. WANTED, a Situation as a Plumber, Gasfitter, and Glazier, by a practical hand.—Address, F Jones, Pwllmelyn, near Holywell, Flintshire. TINMAN WANTED; must be steady, and a compe- T tent workman, permanent employment.-Apply to R. PRICHARD, Ironmonger, Bangor. WANTED for a gcntleMan's house in the country, good house and parlour maid. English preferred- Not under 25.-Apply, Mrs F. Dawkins, Talgwynedd, Dwyran, Anglesey. WANTED immediately, a SCHOONER, 170 to 250 tons burden. Also one 300 to 350 tons burden. Class not necessary, but must be in good conditon.- Apply to A. OGLE, 9, James-street, Liverpool. WANTE L> small detached Country Cottage, with large Garden or small Field..Moderate Rent.—State full particulars to Mr Lancaster, 3, Glover-street, Birken- head. AGENT (Local, with influence) wanted by a firm of Manufacturing School Stationers.—Apply by letters to Box, 1228, Sell's Advertising Offices, 1G7, Fleet Street, London. WANTED, in North Wales, to Rent or Buy, Fur- T nished or otherwise, a SMALL MODERN HOUSE, with Garden, Outbuildings, and a few Acres of Pasture, with some Rabbit Shooting preferred, near Town or Village and Railway Station. Sheltered from east and north.—State full particulars to W. T., 3, Garden-street. Ramsbottom, Lancashire. WANTED, by an Experienced Man, a Situation to represent a good Scotch Retail Drapery and Out- fitting House. Has a good connection amongst families in Carnarvonshire and Anglesey,-Apply H. J. R., Mr R. Taylor, Victoria-street, Twthill, Carnarvon. DRAPERy.-WANTED, Two Junior Young Men to the General Drapery, also Six Young Ladies as Apprentices to the Millinery and Dressmaking.—Apply to O. D. JONES, Bon Marche and London House, Car- narvon. TO JOINERS, CARPENTERS, AND WHEEL- WRIG1ITS.—WANTED, a Working Foreman, to take charge of Wagon Works, at Llanwnda.—Apply, withltestimonials, to R. Williams and Sons, 3i), Old Hall-street, Liverpool. SERVANTS REGISTEY OFFICE, for Nurses, Cooks, I Housemaids, Waitresses, and General Servants. All applications promptly attended to by Miss REES, Berlin and Fancy Repository, Bangor-street, Carnarvon. rTHE CORPORATION OF MANCHESTER require _L a respectable Energetic Man, having a good connec- tion, to represent them in the districts of Carnarvon and Merionethshire for the sale of their CONCENTRATED MANURE. None but those who are well-known will be eligib]e.—Apply to HY. WHILEY, Town Hall, Man- hester. c AGENTS, CLERKS, MANAGERS, MUSIC TEACH- ERS WANTED, to obtain Orders for Pianos, American Organs, and Harmoniums. Hire System. Good Commission. None but respectable persons need apply.— J. Bentlev, Small Heath, Birmingham. [1005 OO WEEKLY and UPWARDS may be EASILY and 6b A HONESTLY REALISED by persons of EITHER SEX, without hindrance to present occupation.-For particulars, & enclose addressed envelope to EVANS WATTS, & OMPANY (P 975), Merchants, Birming- ham.-This isgenuine. 484 TO INVESTORS.—Safe investuiert for any amount of money in the Lleyn and Eifionddd Building Society. Dividend for a full year, from and 0 per cent.—For particulars apply to the Secretary, D. E. Davies, Char- tered Accountant. Pwllheli. 1004 LIVERPOOL COMMERCIAL INVESTMENT COMPANY, LIMITED.—LOANS of from £ 10 to £ 1000 promptly granted, and the Interest charged unusu- ally moderate. Personal or other security. Share Certi- ficates, Dock Bonds, Life Policies, &c.—Apply to B. Roberts, City Road, Chester or to James Smith, Secre- tary, 21, Whitecbapel (Corner of Stanley-street). 1028 ARMY SE RV ICE. YOUNG MEN wishing to JOIN HER MAJESTY'S ARMY will, on application at any Post Office in the United Kingdom, be supplied, without charge, with a Pamphlet containing detailed information as to the Con- ditions of Service and Advantages of the Army, as to Pay, Deferred Pay, and Pensions. Great prospects of Promotion are offered to eligible Young Men. Applications can be made, either personally or by letter, to the Officer commanding the Regimental District at Wrexham, or to the nearest Voluntary Sergeant Instruc- tor or other Recruiter. Recruits, if eligible, can be enlisted for any arm of the Regular Service they may select. 1016 Amusements I CRITERION THEATRE, Picadilly, W. Original C Comedy. Charles Wyndham and a Powerful Com- pany every evening at 8. Prices, Is to £3 3s. T. E. Stnale, Manager. ALHAMBRA THEATRE, London. "THE BEG- A GAR STUDENT." A Comic Opera and Brilliant Ballets every night. W. Holland, Manager. HRINCE'S THEATRE, Coventry-street, London, W. r Every Evening, at 8.15, CALLED BACK." Pro- prietor and Manager, Mr Edgar Bruce. VAUDEVILLE THEATRE, Strand, London. Every Evening at 8, Saints and Sinners. Prices Is to X2 2s. Sidney Alport, Acting Manager. GRAND THEATRE, ISLINGTON. LESSEE AND Manager, Mr Chas. Wilinot, "Puss iu Boots" •on Boxing Night at 8. Public Notices. TO BUILDERS. UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF NORTH A LES. PERSONS desirous of Tendering for Works required in JL the alteration of old buildings for College purposes, and the erection of new building for Museum, &c., may inspect the Plans and Specification at the Office of the Architect. Sealed Tenders, endorsad Tender for Buildings," are to be delivered to W. CADWALADR DAVIES, Esq., Uni- versity College, Bangor, not later than 11 o'clock a.m., on Monday, the 2(ith inst. The lowest or any other Tender not necessarily accepted. RICHARD DAVIES, Architect. Bangor, Jan. 14th, 1885. NORTH WALES BAND OFFICE- J. R. TIDSWELL, BANDMASTER AND TEACHER OF MUSIC, IS at liberty to teach and train Brass, Rejri, String, or Drum and Fife Bauds. Music composed and arranged for any class of Baud. At liberty fur Concerts. Violin and Cornet Solos, and Bands supplied for any class of En- tertainments. BRASS BAND CONTESTS ADJUDICATED. Miss FLOHANCE TIDSWELL, Vocalist and Violin, at liberty for Concerts, &c. For teims, apply to J. R. TIDSWELL, Fair View, Llanberis. A SAFE INVESTMENT. THE Book Shop, Market Hall, Bangor, containing about 8000 Vols, of New, Old, and Second-hand well-selected Books, also a full practical instruction in the Book Markets, all offered for £250. As it is the only Old Book Shop in North Wales, by sending out 300 small catalogues every three months, and advertising -in the local papers, in the three years the concern would be worth o £ 1500. QUEEN INSURANCE CO., OF LIVERPOOL FIRE AND LIFE. Total funds in hand £ 1,087,7G3 and in addition the uncalled capital £ 1,020,315 Together £ 2,708,078. IN the FIRE Department all kinds of property are in- sured at moderate rates, and Losses are promptly and liberally dealt with. In the LIFE Department the rates are moderate, the condition most liberal, large Bonuses are added every five years, and Claims arc paid immediately on proof of death. The addition to policies at the last Division was at the rate of Z75 per £1000. Agent at Upper Bangor, Henry Davies, Post Office. Agents at Carnarvon, G. B. Thomas and Son, Flour Merchants, to whom apply for full particulars and pro- posal forms, &c. VISITORS TO LONDON. GWALIA HOUSE, (HOME FROM HOME) PRIVATE HOTEL, 8 AND 9, UPPER WOBURN PLACE, TAVISTOCK- SQUARE, LONDON, W.C. Three minutes' walk from Euston, Midland, and Great Northern Stations fifteen minutes' from Paddington, by the Underground Railway to Gower-street Station. EXTENSION OF PREMISES. GWALIA HOUSE, being very extensively patronised, G it had become an agreeable necessity on my part to look out for more accommodation, I have now great plea- sure in announcing that I have added to it this week, the next House, feeling sure that the kind friends, who have made Gwalia House, from time to time, their HOME FROM HOME," will continue to patronize it, and re- commend it to others Bed and Breakfast, 3s 6d, including attendance. TY GWALIA. Ty llawn a llety llonydd-Ty Gwalia Teg ei olwg beunydd Ty a'i glod ar dant gwledydd, Tro i fewn, dy gartref fydd.-DYFED. PROPRIETOR-EDWARD JENKINS. COMMERCIAL BOARDING AND LODGING HOUSE, TEMPERANCE HOTEL 2, POOL-STREET, CARNARVON, (Late Mr William Griffith). Well-aired Beds and Good Accommodation for Tourists and Visitors. The House is situated within a few minutes' walk of the Railway Station, and near the magnificent ruins of Carnarvon Castle. 1007 D. WILLIAMS, PROPMBTOR. JOHN LLOYD, ACCOUNTANT, PUBLIC AUDITOR, AND ESTATE AGENT. MASONIC HALL, BANGOR Agent for the "Royal" Fire and Life Assurance Company, and the Scottish Provident Institution. PROFESSIONAL NOTICE E. C. CLARKET L.D.S., R.C.S., DENTAL SURGEON BULKELEY TESRS\CB, IIIG I sr., B. '{})u T May be consulted daily upon all cases appertaining the Teeth. ° ATTENDS at Penmaenmawr and Bethesda. every alternate Thursday Painless Dentistry by Nitrous Oxide Gas. [117 NEW PATENTS FOR BRICKMAKING AND BRICKPRESSING MACHINES. WILLIAM JOHNSON invites attention to his Patent Lever Steam Brick- pressing Machine, which, with two boys, will press 10,000 bricks per day equal to best handwork Also his Patent Brick-making Machine, which will make 10,000 semi-plastic bricks per day ready for kiln, at much less cost in wear and tear and labour than any other machine made. OFFICE-QUEEN'S-ROAD, LEEDS. TO FAT PERSONS.—How to remove superfluous JL fat, cure obesity, aad improve the health without semi-starvation dietary or fatiguing exercise, by F. C. RUSSELL (late of 15, Grove-street). Recipe and other particulars will be sent free on receipt of stamped envelope to F. C. RUSSELL, Woburn House, Store- atreet,Bedford-square, Loudon, W.C Scholastic. EIRIANFA LADIES' SCHOOL, NEAR ST. JAMES'S CHURCH, UPPER BANGOR. PRINClPAL-MRS SWAN. THE Course of Study is intended to fit pupils for the JL requirements of the University, Local, and College of Preceptors' Examinations. Thirty-eight Certificates have been obtained by present pupils since 1881. A Kindergarten Class will be commenced the ensuing term for elementary pupils, and Latin will be added to the school course in the senior division. The term will begin FRIDAY, January 30th, 2 p.m. Successful preparation for the North Wales University College. Bangor, January, 1885. TlLLESMERE LADIES' COLLEGE, JLJ ELLESMERE, SHROPSHIRE. Conducted by the MISSES PADDOCK. This School combines the advantages of modern education with the care and comforts of home. Situation healthy. Terms moderate. Prospectus on application. MOUNT HOUSE SCHOOL, UPPER BANGOR, N.W. THE Course of Study at this School is so arranged as to fulfil all modern requirements. The following Classes can be attended by non-members of the School Part-Singing—Mondays, 12-0, Mr Davies. 119 Drawing and Painting—Mondays and Wednesdays, 2-30, Mrs Hughes and Miss Andrewes. Arithmetic-Thursdays, 2-30, Mr E. Harding. Lectures and Essays-Friday, 2-30, Madame Gschwind and Miss Andrewes. A class for Latin will be formed after Christinas. Arrangements can be made for Private Lessons. The Easter Term will be in Thursday, January 22nd, 1885. TERMS MODERATE AND INCLUSIVE. Prospectuses on application to the Principal, Miss Andrewes. THE HIGH SCHOOL, CASTLE-SQUARE (OLD POST OFFICE) CARNARVON. PRINCIPAL Mr J. LEWIS JONES, B.A. (High llonorman, Prizeman (1st Rank), Senior Moderator and.GoId Medalist of Trinity College, Dublin. Pupils are carefully prepared for the Public Schools, Universities, Oxford and Cambridge Local Examinations, Preliminary Examinations in Law and Medicine. N.B.—A Special Evening Class is hel for young men, preparing for Preliminary and Civil Service Examina- tions. This School will re-open on Monday, August 11th. CHESTER HOUSE SCHOOL, G and 7, UPPER NORTHGATE-STREET, CHESTER. Boarding School for Boys. A HIGH-CLASS Course for Pupils intended for Busi- ness. Pupils prepared for Civil Service and all Public Examinations. For terms and references apply to the PRINCIPAL. 1038 EC^LESHALL QRAMMAR "gCHOOL. Healthfully situated, seven miles north-west of Stafford. PUPILS are carefully prepared for Commercial pur- P suits, and for Pharmaceutical and other Examinations. A few vacancies at the September term. Prospectus on application to the Principal, 1037 Mp. J. HARGREAVES. mHE TATTENHALL SCHOOLS, NEAR 1 CHESTER. The Preparatory School is for Boys from six to twelve years old. The pupils are well grounded in Elementary subjects, and carefully trained into correct habits. Pupils in the Upper School-all above 12 years old-are pre- pared for the Cambridge Local and other Examinations, or for Professional and Commercial pursuits. The locality is healthy and pleasant; the school-room and dormitories spacious and well ventilated splendid cricket field .bath- room, &c. Terms moderate. 103o ST. DAVID'S COLLEGE, LAMPETER THE COLLEGE SCHOOL AND JUNIOR DEPARTMENT. TUITION FEES Division I (boys over 14).— £ 3 per term brothers, X2 10s, or £9 and X7 10s a year. Division II (boys under 14).— £ 2 per term, XG per annum. BOARDING AND LODGING OF PUPILS. (I)-ThE; Boarding House Fees, including Tuition, £16 per term for boys over 14, and X15 for boys under 14, and for brothers. (2)-The Hostel (a) Lodging, Attendance, &c., 3s a week. (b) Board and Lodging, 12s a week. PRESENT STAFF OF THE SCHOOL. Classics—Mr J. J. LLOYD WILLIAMS, M.A. (Tutor in Charge). Higher Mathematics-Mr E. H. CULLEY, B.A. Natural Sciences-Prof. SCOTT. Higher English and Modern Languages—Prof. TOUT. Elementary History—Mr T. EVANS, History Scholar, S.D.C. Elementary English and Vocal Music — Mr JOHN WILLIAMS. N.B.-Religious Instruction given by the Principal to those pupils only whose parents request it in writing. All fees to be paid in advance. Examination for Exhibitions, ranging in value from Free Tuition and Lodgings in Hostel to X3, will be held on September 18th. Candidates can be examined near home.-Apply to the Principal or Tutor in Charge. 1035 UPPER BANGOR COLLEGIATE SCHOOL, CONDUCTED by the Rev. D. D. Jones. Terms, One C Guinea and a half and Two Guiueas per quarter, ac- cording to branches taught. 5, Pen'rallt-road. THE OSWESTRY HIGH SCHOOL. CLASSES Class 1. provides special preparation for University Colleges, and conditions of admission can be had on appliction. Classes n. and III. provide preparation for th e Oxford Local Examinations (for which Oswestry is centre), and for Public Examinations gener- y Classes IV. and V meet the general requirements of Business and Commercial pursuits. Class VI. is preparatory for Class V., and Boys can be received into this Class at an early age. Five Vacancies for Boarders next January. Parents of intending Pupils will kindly apply as soon as possible. SCHOLARSHIPS. The Lists of Candidates for the Senior and Junior I Scholarships are now closed. Candidates for the additional Scholarship (over 15 years of age) may apply on or before the 20th of this month. OWEN OWEN, M.A., Head Master. I Scholastic- TN a select LADIES' SCHOOL, for resident Pupils _L only, healthily situated near Shrewsbury, there are a few Vacancies. Foreign governesses and professors attend. Inclusive terms for board, with tuition in En- glish, French, and Music, 30 guineas per annum under twelve 25 guineas. A happy home during the holidays, if required-For particulars, address Mrs. Heath, 103, Grahain-road, Hackney, London. LLWYN-ON GRAMMAR SCHOOL, PORTMADOC. HEAD-MASTER: MR. J. H. LEWIS (1st. B.A, Lond.) late Assistant Tutor at the Bangor Training College PUPILS are carefully prepared for all Public Ex- -L aminations. Numerous successes during the last five years. Special advantages offered to candidates preparing for the Training Colleges. Boarders re- ceived Terms moderate. Special preparation for the North Wales University College. HOLYHEAD GRAMMAR SCHOOL. HEAD-MASTER: R. MORGAN JONES, B.A., ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE. THE aim of the Education given at this School is to -L fit boys for the Universities, the various Colleges, the Preliminary Examinations, the Oxford and Cam- bridge Local Examinations, the Civil Service, and Commercial Pursuits generally. Prospectus on appli- cation. Next Term begins January 19th, 1885. 224 CONWAY COLLEGE. HEAD MASTER REV. R. O. THOMAS, F.E.I.S., &c. nPECIAL Preparation for Matriculation and Scholarships kJ —University Colleges of Wales; Entrance at Church of England and Nonconformist Theological Institutions Cambridge and other Local Examinations; Professional Preliminary Tests; H.M. Naval, Military, and Civil Services, and for Commercial Pursuits. Prospectus, &c., on application to Mr P. Mostyn Wil- liams, Rhyl; Messrs. Galt and Co., Corporation-street, Manchester; or the Head Master, at the College. NEXT TERM, TUESDAY, JANUARY 20TH, 1885 LADIES' COLLEGE, BRYNTYSILIO, CARNARVON. CONDUCTED BY MISS R E E S, ASSISTED BY CERTIFICATED GOVERNESSES. PUPILS successfully prepared for Cambridge and other Local Examinations. School duties will be resumed (D. V.), January 21st, 1885. MRS. CROOKS' BOOT & SHOE JJSTABL SHMENT, TOTTENHAM BUILDINGS, HIGH STREET, RRYL. (Also 222, HIGH STREET, BANGOR). The largest and best assorted Stock of rtoots and Shoes to be found in any town in che Provinces Fresh Stock in both Gentlemen's and Ladies' Boots and Shoes, Gent's Shooting and Dress Boots. Agent for the Systematic Boot and Par Boot, as recom- mended by the Rational Dress Association for ease and comfort. Ladies' Boots and Evening Shoes A great assoi fcment of Girls' and Boys' Boots and Shoes at the most reasonableprices. An inspection of the above Stock is most respect- ully invited. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN'S NATURAL BOOTS These BOOTS are made on the most approved hygienic principles, are constructed to the natural shape of the human foot. They are most comfortable in wear, are made in various styles and qualities, and the fact that they are of the celebrated K make is a guarantee of their excellence and durability. Also Ladies and Gentlemen's CELEBRATED K BOOTS. LAWN TENNIS SHOES IN GREAT VARIETY With Stitched Soles (patented). AGENT FOR E. AND F. BOSTOCK'S (Of Stafford & Northampton), FIRST CLASS BOOTS AND SHOES. The highest prize for English Manufacture was awarded at the Paris Exhibition, 1878, to E. amd F. BOSTOCK for excellence of workmanship and design A NEW STOCK Of Ladies White and Coloured Satin Shoes from 7s 6d also Gents' Dress Shoes from 9s 6d. Felt Slippers and Dressing Shoes in great variety from Is 6d. Boots and Shoes made to order. Repairs neatly and promptly executed. IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT TO PARTIES FURNISHING. EDWARETHUGHES, FURNISHING IRONMONGER, 26, 28, & 30, BRIDGE-ST,, CARNARVON 9, CROWN SQUARE, DENBIGH, AND 36, HIGH-ST., RHYL. ETT HAVING Three Establishments, as stated XI. above, purchases goods in large quantities, and is enabled to offer them at prices which cannot be beaten by any House or Stores. E. H. has just returned from the leading markets, and the stock is replete with the Newest Goods in each Department. jgEDSTEADS in every variety, from 10s to £10. BEDDING, including Flocks and Feathers of guaranteed B Purity. FENDERS and FIRE IRONS for Drawing and Dining F Room, Parlour and Kitchen use. CUTLERY. Large selection in Table and Pocket c Cutlery, &c. SILVER-PLATED GOODS, including Spoons and Forks of warranted quality. PERAMBULATORS, Double and Single, including the new Bassinette." BATHS, in Cast-iron; and Portable Baths for Travel- ling. GARDEN SEATS in all Sizes. MANGLE and WASHING MACHINES from 40s to £ 4. g-ITCHEN RANGES in large variety. A GRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS at Makers' Prices E. HUGHES has confidence in inviting an inspection. of the above, which are sold at an uniform price in every one of his establishments. 1026 BIRKETT S CITY AND COUNTY SUPPLY STORES. CARRIAGE w PAID. JSJ & A A A* SAMPLES FREE. BANGOR. + A Good Light Makes a Cheerf ul Home. + ROBERT PRiCHARD Begs to inform the Public that owing to the IMMENSE SALE OF LAMPS this Season, that he has al- readv received two fresh con- signments. The important fact that the Quantity ot Lamps Sold this Year, ex- ceeds that of the Three Previous Seasons added together, is the best proof of the EXCELLENT VALUE offered in the LAMP DEPARTMENT OF "THE GOLDEN PADLOCK." f O V THE ) I GOLDEN PADLOCK < ill, v- 1,1 z ii Ld 0 Iz IS x i5. I o x i5. o ;zl_ 0, III ,p )- ROBERT PRICHARD Has pleasure in announcing that he has made several most favourable purchases of THE FINEST PETRO- LEUM OIL, and as there is now a very Large Quantity of INFERIOR Oil in the Market, he respect- fully requests the favour of a TRIAL of his l" BRILLIANT" OIL, The sweetest and Best Oil known for the Price. Great Bargains in the Following Goods: Brass and Iron Bedsteads, Childrens' Cots, Stretchers, Palliasses, Spring Mattresses Fenders, Coal Vases, Tea Trays, Trunks, Baths, Perambulators. Washing Machines, Wringing Machines, Mangling Machines, i Chaff Cutters, Pulpers and Slicers, Churns, &c., &c. Table Cutlery, Pocket Cutlery, Table and Dessert Spoons & Forks in Electro Plate, Nickel Silver,& white metal. Kitchen Ranges, Re gi ster Gr ates, Mantle Registers, American Stoves, Petroleum Stoves, Shop Stoves. NOTE THE ADDRESS ROBERT PRICHARD, FURNISHING AND GENERAL IRONMONGER, (Opposite the Museum), BANGOR + THE NEXT IRONMONGERY SHOP TO THE RAILWAY STATION. + EXCELLENT QUALITIES.—MODERATE PRICES. THE VERY BEST VALUE IN GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, AND FLOURS THROUGHOUT CARNARVONSHIRE & ANGLESEY, TO BE OBTAINED AT THOMAS LEWIS & CO.'S BRANCH SHOPS. T. L. & CO.'s extensive Trade enables them to sell all articles at very Small Profits. T. L. & CO. have for the last 30 years been specially noted throughout the above Counties for the superior qualities of their TEAS, their standing in this respect, owing to their lengthened experience, is unrivalled, Tea being an article requiring the most ripe and matured judgment to serve the Public to the best advantage, both as regards Price and Quality. THOMAS LEWIS AND Co., BANGOB, CARNARVON, PWLLHELI, HOLYHEAD, AMLWCH, Ac., &c. AUTUMN AND WINTER SEASONS, 1884-5. -,r GRIFFITH AND COMPANY, (OF WESTEOURNE GROVE, LONDON,) THE "BEE HIVE," BANGOR Are now showing in all Departments THE LATEST NOVELTIES Embracing every article of novel or fashionable design that is likely to be in demand during the Season. FRENCH AND ENGLISH MILLINERY. Straw, Beaver and Felt Hats and Bonnets, Flowers, Feathers, Laces, Gloves, Hosiery, Furs, Trimmings Gents' Ties, Shirts, Hats, Braces, Rugs, &c. NEW WINTER DRESS MATERIALS. Silks, Velvets, and Velveteens. Beiges, Merinoes, Mantles, Ulsters, Seal Jackets, Tailor-made Jackets, Furlined Cloaks, Mackintoshes. LADIES' AND CHILDRENS' UNDERCLOTHING IN ALL bIZES. DRESS AND MANTLE MAKING. Every effort is made in these Departments to give Complete Satisfaction, Excellent Fit, Elegant Style, an Substantial Work Guaranteed, at the Lowest Possible Charges. WEDDING^AND MOURNING ORDERS RECEIVE SPECIAL ATTENTION TERMS-READY MONEY.