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North Wales Pianoforte, Harmonium, Organ, BRIDGE STREET, CARNARVON. PROPRIETOR- W. JARRETT ROBERTS. 7" .c COLONIAL MODEL. PIANOFORTE by Monington and Weston, "The Colonial Model," with eomplete iron frame, full trichord, JL check action, celeste pedal, elegant; Italian walnut case, panel front incised with gold, ebonised mouldings, sconces and moulded trusses guaranteed to stand any climate, and warranted for ten years. List price, 3G Guineas present net price, 26 Guineas, payable in four quarterly instalments of 7 Guineas each, or for net cash, 25 Guineas. See testimonials from Sir Julius Benedict and others as advertised. A Fine Assortment always on hand of PIANOS RETURNED FROM HIRE, equal to new, to be sold con- siderably under cost price. Cabinet anu Square Pianos, by Broadwood and others, from X2 0 0 Cottage Piano, Rosewood or Walnut case £8 0 0 Cottage Pianos, by eminent makers, from .Eio 0 0 -j A S 5d per Month for Thirty- six Months total outlay, £ 2G.—PIANOFORTE full compass, trichord, bracket,, J_4ld trusses burr walnut case, brilliant tone. S per Muuth for Thirty-six Months total outlay, £ 27.—PIANOFORTE, full compass, trichord, finest burr O walnut ease, carved trusses, panelled front, gold engraved. Largest possible discount for net cash. i.) 1 S per M jii'h tor Thircy-six Mouths, to.J.1 uttLty, M7 iijs.—PIANOFORTE, full compass, trichord, patent J L check action, panel front, gold engraved. IT || —— G U I N EIIA seA .1 Music and Musical Instrument Warehouse. NEW ESTABLISHMENT:- Castle Hill, High-street, BAN GOB. TO HOTEL KEEPERS, LODGING HOUSE KEEPERS, AND OTHERS.-PIANOFORTES, HARMONIUMS, &c.,LENT ON HIRE, on the THREE YEARS' SYSTEM, and MANUFACTURER OF HARMONIUMS AND CHAMBER ORGANS. Manufactory-POOL SIDE SQUARE, CARNARVON. PIANOS and HARMONIUMS may be obtained on Monthly Payments, at a very small advance of the cash price-the instrument being delivered on payment of the first monthly instalment. MONTHLY PAYMENTS SYSTEM. Pianofortes from 8s. PER MONTH. Harmoniums 5s. Instruments forwarded on these advantageous terms to all parts of the United Kingdom. PIANOFORTES, HARMONIUMS, ORGANS, &c., TUNED AND REPAIRED. First-class Pianoforte Tuners and Repairers always on the Premises, whose services may be obtained at any moment. 3 No railway fare allowed, as customers will find it much more convenient and fairer to allow 20 per cent or 4s in the pound, bona fide, discount off any maker's price list. WILLIAM BUCKINGHAM, BILL POSTER AND TOWN CIUER, PORTMADOC AND TREMADOC, Begs to inform that he Rents all the principal Posting Stations in Portmadoc and district, viz :—about (i miles around. SPECIAL TERMS TO CONSTANT PATIWNS. All Orders promptly and carefully attended to. Terms, Moderate Postal Address—TREMADOC. GEORGE EVANS, BILLPOSTER A X D D S T nIB U T OR HENWALIA, CARNARVON. Member of the United Kingdom Billposters' Association. ALL ORDERS PUNCTUALLY ATTENDED TO. NEW SY.SEJI OF SELE-TLLEATMEXT BY DR. SMITH'S POSITIVE REMEDIES. —Sent by post to all parts of the World on receipt of Two Stamps to prepay postage. THE BOOK OF POSITIVE REMEDIES 1- FOll Til ii CUJftii OF SPECIAL AM L> GEN Kit AL DISEASES. THESE POsITIVE ilEAi-EOl ES AilE THE jtlKS I'LT OF THIUTV VEAKS' SPECIAL MEDICAL P11ACT1CE IN LONDON, AND OF THE IKEA 1 A £ kNT UF ONEII. SIXTY THOUSAND IX VALIDS. The .Medicines are now Patented, and the names given in English, to enable Invalids to select the proper medicine for their case, and CUKE THEMSELVES WITHOUT CON- SULTING a Mi.DICAL 2rIAM. A List of Diseases is g-iven for which these Medicines are a Positive Cure. FIVE THOUSAND TESTIMONIALS have been <;iveii by those who have been Restored to Health by the Positive -Medicines wlieu all other Medicines have Failed to Cure NO CONSULTATION' FEES. NO STATEMENT OF CASE. NO PERSONAL INTERVIEW. SELF-TREATMENT IS EASY AND .-jAFE. This book- should be read by Invalids before stating their ease,ur placing-themselves in the hands of a Medical 2Haa, or taking any }le,licine for the cure of disease. GR ATlS-ellt by post to any part of the World on receipt of Two Stamps to prepay the posture, direct from the Publishers. H. SMITH eb Co., Positive Remedy Laboratory, 26, Southampton Row, London :2ôf) COUGHS, COLDS, ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS and NEURALGIA DR. J. COLLIS BROWNE'S CHLORODYNE, A fp-w no;q rmitfi nffent.nal. — Caution. — The extraordinary mecliral reports of C'hlorodyne vital import- public should nine, which is Government the words I I- 11 I A 'i !L- I z-i- I I. j, I i I on the efficacy render it of ance that the obtain the sren- protected by a stamp, bearing Dr. J. Oollis Brownc's Chlorodyne." See decision of V ice-Chancellor Sir W. Page Wood, the Times, July 16th, IstH. Numerous testimonials from eminent Physicians accompany each bottle.. „ „ Sold in Bottles, 1 & 4 6, bv all Chemists. LA MANCHA, a-cêlebrated Wine of Spain, is peculiarly suitable as an after-dinner Wine, and is par. ticularly recommended to invalids by the Medical faculty, on account of its freedom from acidly, for its gentle stimulating qualities, and for the nourishing properties which it contains. Imported only by JAMES GREEN & CO., 35, Castle-st.Oc blin. One Dozen and upwards sent, carriage paid, to any Railway Station in the United Kingdom, on receipt of Post Othce Order for the amount. Price 24 per dozen. Pamphlets, with medical certificates, on application. Special terms made with the Trade. Protected by liade Mark registered. UPPEltNOK W (JO D.—HYDRO P ATHIG U ESTABLISHMENT and ROYAL RESIDENTIAL CLUB (near Crystal Palace'. Prospectus on a.•i;eatuy^ IRON CHURCHES, Schools & Iron Buildings for sale 50on Show. II umphreys, Albert Gate, Hyde-pk,Lond(m. 'DIIUTO mixed ready for, best Quality, 3d. per lb. 01 24s.per In IH I O cwt. Carriiwfe naiil on lew't. Send for List ot Colours. MI.KOAN A- SON. Colour Merchants, Bl&ckfriars Kd., London. W Pit AGUE & CO.. PHOTO-LITHOGRAPHEES, 22. NT,, IT 11, LANK. CA.V.VON ST1:EI:i', Losnoy. T/I I? W'nl? IZ W F,,r 5th NOVEMBER. JC 1 11 IJ VV UiVlVn Best value for Monev. Price lasts tree. Carriage paid on £ 2 worth.—DYER & ROBSON, East Oreeriwii.-ii, London. OW TO MAKE MONEY. Spare capital in sums of ClOO to 11000. can be safely invested, in. 8111']]]5; large returns. Full particulars of The British Innmtora Clieapside. London. j- » -X- S -r- i^r:— lliL iti'oi iiX i. <_li JOJ- li.N 'i'xllii ItluiiT Pl.\rK rrrj.s I, t'AT;I NT PILLS. /$i i Any. a-lmittorl by thousands to lie worth a Guinea a lioz f• >r r,i!ious and Nervous fi isor.iors, such as wind and pain in the stomack, sick i lieadache, giddiness, fulness, 3 nd swelling after meals ? i!: /.zine.-s and drowsiness, cold chills, HutuTiin:s of heart, loss of appetite, shortness of breath, costiveness, scurvy and blotches on the skin, distui bed sleeps, fri^htfu diemis, and all nervous and t:e.obling sen.-atiurg, etc. The first dr.>e will irivo r<dief m twenty minutes. This is no I..r 1 u-v havs done it in thousands of cases. Kvery sufferer is earnestly invited'to try one box of tho3is Pii!s. and t-liOv' will he acknowle Iged to be. WORTH A GUINEA A BOX. Fr F, of all a^'es thusu Pills are invaluable. No shonld be without them. There is no medi- cine to be found to equal BEECHAM S PILLS. If tak>1J according to the directions ^iven with each box, thi-v will soon restore all females of all ages to sound an-1 robust h'-nlji. F >r a we-ik stomach, unpaired digestion, and all dis- orders of the liver, th".v act like "Magic," and a few dose • v. 1' lo-,n i to wonders upon the most important orgaus in the linrnaa machine. They strengthen the wh-.le inuseular system, and restore the lon^-losfc complexion, b-iu, back the k.ii cdo-e of app.titc, and raise into action, with the rosebud of health, the whole physical energy of the hnin ui fr.-ixie.—Tiioje are facts 'admicfce-l by thousands, all classes of society; and one of the best gnaran1 '3.. to the Nervoui and Debilitated is— A,\I S PILLS, whi'-h h1"e the largest sale of anv Pat;,nt Medicine in the M < r -1. 0 j r uECKAM'S MAGIC CuUGH PILLS. As a remedy for Coughs in t/eoeral. Asthma, Diffi- culty in Breathing, Shortness of Breath, Tightness and Oppression of the Chest, Wheezing-, etc., "these Pills -stand unrivalled; and any one labouring under any of the above complaints need only try ONE Box prove they are the oBst ever offered to the Public foi Asthmauc and Consumptive Coughs, Hoarseness, and Oppression of the Chest. They speedily remove that seuse of oppression and difficulty of breathing which nightly deprive the patient of rest. They give almost instant relief and comfort to those afflicted with the above distressing, and, when neglected, dangerous complaints, Let any person with any of the above complaints give Beecharn's Cough Pills a trial, and they will act like Magic. The moslo violent cough will in a short time be removed. CAUTION .—The public are requested to notice that the words Beeehacn's Pills, St. Helen's," are on the Government Stamp affixed to each Box of Pills; if 9kot on, t icy are a forgery. Prepared only, and sold wholesale and retail, by the Proprietor, Thos. Beeehani. Chemist. St. Helens, Lancashire, in boxes at Is. Hd. and 2s. 9d. each. Sent pest free for 15 or 36 stamps. Sold by all Druggets and Patent Medicine Daaleri in the United Kingdom. _N.B.—Full dii.-coions are oiven with wli box. UNPARALLELED SUCCESS OF THE "WHITE" EH iL SEWING MACHINE. GOLD MEDAL, AMSTERDAM EXHIBITION, 1883. 600 MACHINES MANUFACTURED AND SOLD EACH DAY. 500 SEWING MACHINE DEALERS IN ENGLAND ALONE BELL THE WHITE." Samples of Work and Price List gratis on application. Try a WHITE" before Purchasing. No other Machine ever had such a RECORD OF POPULARITY. WHITE SEWING MACHINE CO., 19, QUEEN VICTORIA STREET, LONDON, E.C. GIVEN AWAY. 30,000 SILVER PIN S rpO open up new i'.usiness I will present J all up .i- JL cants, ree of Charge, and conditional caly u >o: their stating the name of this paper, One lieai Si vei Scarf Pin with every article they buy of me, whether such article cost pe xe or pounds. I sell Heal S'lver ■Jewellery (Warranted), Pins, Rings, Brooches, &c., real Silver, Is. 3d. (One Shilling and Threepence) each and upwards Siiids, Marrings, Solitaires, &c., real Silver, Is. :1. (()neSh illin/ and Threepence) per pair and upwards One sam;:ple of my Peal Silver Jewellery as above, to aether witii a Ste. iin j'Siiver Scarf Pin (If elegant design, leinesfiiting a Sea Shell, with pearl in centre, ALL PugE ILVEE- THROUGHOUT, sent post free anywhere in return f j'ost Otlice Order for or 1(5 penny stamps i w L r t i' les and Two Silver Pins, 2s. ôd, or 32 stamps!! "hrec sirticles and Three Silver Pins, 3s. (id. or 4-1 :>eiiuv stamps. Ail Six articles and Six Silver Pins sen: on 1",1).0. for (is. Ud. or S-l penny stamjis State de -igns leqaircl. This paper mast be mentioned \ir the advertisement cot out and forwarded with Order, or Sil- ver Scarf Pins will not he presented. (By order) JOHN SILVER. JOHN SILVER & Co., VICTORIA HOUSE, CATHERfNK STKFO-.T, STRANiJ, LONDON. DR. JENNETS PHOSPHORUS AND CHARCOAL, r)ROVFDLS the human system with thought, nerve, p 'and b:' In food, and furnishes the elements of vitality, health, and strength. Dr. Jenner's Phos- p :orus and Charcoal aie certain remedies for melan- cholia. nervous prostration, consumption, and impaired digestion. Dupot: 172, (Jivat Tichfield-street, t's Park, London, N.W. In bottles, 2s 9d, 4s (jd, lis, 22s. and 33s. From any chemist, or by post. Dr. Jenner s Phosphorous and Charcoal is a marv llous remedy for the loss of nerve power, and in the arrest of physical decay, from whatever cause arriving. It is invaluable, aud acts as a charm in consumption, exhaustion, &c. No medicine known •ontains so much Phosphates, Soda, Magnesia, Lime, 'hloride of Potassium, Iron, pure and unoxydised. Phosphorous, all of which are scientifically < ombi ed 11 this essonep. and <>aeh of which is collectively -ssential to tin- restoration of lost function. It has re .-uived the sanction of Sir Benjamin Br-xlie, Sir \V llliam Lawrence, Sir Thomas Watson, Sir Charles i.ocock, the Codesre of Physicians, Sir James Furgus- s.)n. Sir Phylip Crampton, Sir Edward Lasketh, Sir James Clark, Dr. Miller, and Dr. Lancaster. Order K ;EN.ER'O; PHOSPHORUS and CHARCOAL n see that it hears the correct address of the Lon- on e I ',I- 172, <Ti-e it Tichfield-street, Regent's Park, Iondon, \.W. all others are a fraud. This is duly registered under the Trade Marks Act. Order Dr. :E \NE i'S PKOSPHOUUS and CHAPCOAL. and tak • no ot'ier. Order of any Chemist in the world. London A. :ents l-Jarclay & Sons, Farrin don- the UNION LINE. CAPE of GOOD HOPE, NATAL & EAST 8TEAMERS.-Tho UNION S. S. Co.'s MAIL f A K 1, 1 > sail from Soi;THAjrpTox every alternate Thursrlav and from PLVMOUTn the following dav. For Passage or Freiimt apply at the Company's Offices. Oriental Place, Southampton, or 11, Leadenhall fetreet, London. a. £ i v U K JJ D by iVT ORI S° S VEGETABLE UNIVERSAL MEDICINES. To be had of all Chemists throughout Great Britain. HMEA at WHOLESALE PKICEJS. NO retail profits. Broken Leaf Congou, 1/3; Strong Leafy Condon. 1 6; Fine Assam Tea, 1 8 to 2 6. 61bs. sent free. Dealers supplied. LONDON JOINT STOCK TEA CO., Let., Sl. Leadenluill -t. X) A "PPT'T Q CHEAP TIN BOXES, in nests and" otlier- ■t XXiXV^XiiJO wise. Pateutei s of t i-.e Collapsible Box— T)Afim f lOLLAPSIBLEBOX Co. ,IJyt1eet, Surrey. JrUljJ.. AflENTS WASTED K VEHY1VH ERE. TLKLETWELLS IIYDIIOPATHIC j- ESTABLISHMENT & HOTEL, Wharfedale,Yorkshire. Charming Winter Residence. Conservatory mo yards square. Winter Terms from 92 2s. Apply Mana.'i r, Ilkley, via Li-eus. 4 .I a 4 I I z I )% I vWitmiMMHHSnRKiBHiBCSaBmBBHBHnm AGENTS WANTED, WHOLE OR SPARE TIME. TERMS FREE 33. CHEAPSIDE LONLON'. ri O-R-T- A N T. A Lady wishes to DISPOSE OF (privately) her complete suite of Old English pattern ELECTRO-PLATED SPOONS and FORKS. All are Rtanped A 1 onaljtv, never been used. The set comprises one dozen each table and dessert forks, dessert spoons, and tea spoons, half dozen table spoons, four salt, six egg. and two mustard spoons, with gilt bowls, sixty-six c pieces in all. To an immediate purchaser the low sum of 50s. will be accepted for the entire suite; a very greltt ni MACGREGOR, care of Drallin and Oliver, Iroiimonger-lana, Cheapside, E.C., where the plate may be seen or can be sent on approval, AlOk -pi,l %aida a air wliite Iiaitcis, Bright clear complexion Soft Ilealtllful skin. RENOWNED REMEDIES. Ell] THE PILLS Purify the Blood, correct all Disorders of the LIVER, STOMACH, KIDNEYS, AND BOWELS. They invigorate and restore to health Debilitated Constitutions, and are invaluable in ail Complaints incidental to 1' emales of all ages. For Children and the aged they are priceless. THE OINTMENT Is an infallible remedy for Bad Legs, Bad Breasts, Old Wounds, Sores and Ulcers. It is famous for and Rheumatism. FOR DISORDE11S OF THE CHEST IT HAS NO EQUAL. FOR SORE THROATS, BRONCHITIS, COUGHS, COLDS, Glandular Swellings, and all Skin Diseases it has no rival and for contracted and stiff joints it acts like a charm. Manufactured only at THOMAS IIOLLOWAY'S Establishment, t 78, NEW OXFORD STREET (late 533, OXFORD STREET), LONDON, I And are sold at is. ihd., 2s. 9d., 4.?. 6d., nr., 22s., and 33^. each Box or Pot, and may be had of all a Medicine Vendors throughout the World. N.B.-Advice Gratis, at the above address, daily, between the hours of 11 and 4, or by letter. Dee WASSERFALI., NEW WALTZ by "Devonia." Greatest Success of the Season. Played by many London and Country Bands. "A very pretty set of waltzes and much above the average."— Modern Society. II A bright and lively production."—Hampshire Independent. WEEKES & CO., Hanover Street, London. EXTRAORDINARY GREAT SALE OF 15,000 DOZEN SILK BROCADED HANDKERCHIEFS ONE SHILLING EACH. R THOMPSON & CO., the well-known Stockport manufacturers, have now on hand the above consignment of their world-famed Handkerchiefs, which are praised throughout the land for their cheapness and beauty, and, comine direct from the manufactory, the public will save all intermediate profits. They are handsomely brocaded, in tho designs of Birds, Flowers, Ferns, &c., &c., &c., and may be had in U0 DIFFERENT COLOURS, including the latest. Are 28 inches square, thus making them useful for either neck or pocket. Are a choice present for either lady or gentleman. These Handkerchiefs have been supplied to the Queen's Palaco at Windsor, as well as to the humblest cottage in the land, and the testimony of rich and poor alike is that never before was such a large and recherche Handkerchief offered at the price. We have received thousands of testimonials and renewed orders, which we will glady show to anyone. So certain are wo that they will give satisfaction we guarantee to return money on all sent back unsoiled, if not fully satisfied with them. Please name this paper. COUPON. Name Address We guarantee to send one Handkerchief, as adver- tised above, on receipt of P. 0. 0. for or 13 stamps; two for 2s. or 24 stamps; six for 5s. or 60 stamps; twelve for 9s. or 108 stamps. Money to be returned if goods fail to meet approval. (Signed) R. THOMPSON & CO. P.O.O. to be made payable all Heaton Lane Post Office to n. THOMPSON & CO., Commercial Buildings, Stockport. PiTfitQ mixed ready for use, best quality, 3d. per lb. or 24s. per |H III I O cwt. Carriage paid on 1 cwt. Send for List of Colours. MORGAN & Sotf, Colour Merchants, Blackfriars Rd., Loudon. ^PRAGUE & CO., ^-5 PHOTO-LITHOGRAPHERS, 22, MARTIX'K LANE, CANNON STREET, LONDON. TNDIGESTION. NEW TREATISE J- by a Practising Physician. Causes, Symptoms, Treatment, Self-Cure, and Dietetic Table. Post free Id. t*ublishersj-HAMII/TON & Co.. Oxford Street. Southampton. "A-Ty-"r _8- CAUTION.-THE QUEEN v. LAMPLOUGH.- The unanimous Verdict of the Court was in favour of Pyretic Saline being sold without the usual Medicine Dutv; this has induced several Chvmists and other dealers to put up effervescing powders, worthless & in many instances containing Caustic & injurious ingredients. It is important and impera- tive that m all cases of Sickness, Fevers, & CHOLERA Symp- toms, the genuine Pyretic Saline should be purchased bearing my name only. HENRY LAMPLOUGH, ll.'i.Holborn London. jpiNSUTI'S SONGS of the FLOWERS?' Twelve Two-part Songs for Trebles. Price 1/- net. ABT'S SONGS OF THE BELLS." Twelve Two-part Songs for Trebles. Price 1- net. THE FOUR MARIES: OLD BALLAD. The Copyright Edition. Price 1/6 net. METHVEN, SIMPSON & Co., DUNDEE. P L X S-T T' S P E CF-A-L t S-T I E CHINA TEA IN 3 QUALITIES. PLATT & CO., 77, St. Martin's Lane, London, W.C., will send free to any part of England, Ireland, or Scotland, on receipt of cash with order- First quality, lib. 3 3; 21bs. 6/3; 41bs. IS/ and 3 extra for every further lb. Second quality, lib. 2/9 21bs. 5'3; 41bs. 10/ and 2/6 extra for every further lb. Third quality, lib. 2/3; 21bs. 4/3; 41bs. 8/ and 2/- extra for every further lb. N.B.—If 2"lbs. are ordered we charge Id. per lh, less: if fiOlbs.^d^per lb. less. WATCHES EXTRAORDINARYn LADIES' GOLD KEYLESS, fully jewelled, Crystal front, simply matchless, 45' DITTO, SILVER, 30/ GENTLEMAN'S GOLD, stand any ditto, 35/ Forwarded for P.O.O. payable to GRAHAM & Co.. Ill, Norfolk Terrace, London, W. EDUCATION. Mrs. PALMER, Colling- wood College. Lee, Blackheath. Inclusive terms from 20 guineas. Eighty lofty rooms, built for the college. Gravel soil. Large recreation grounds. Ten masters and 12 English and foreign governesses. Public exams. Baths. Diet un. limited. Parlour boarders and backward pupils received in Collingwood House. Articled pupils from £ 18. EDUCATION (LITTLE BOYSi. Mr PALMER, Nelson College, Newstead-road, Lee, Kent. Inclusive terms from 20 guineas. Fortv-two lofty rooms, built for the college. Large recreation grounds and covered gym- nasium. Diet unlimited. Baths. Seven resident masters and governesses. Articled_pnpil, £ 14. JA C K SON AN D GETHXM7 Auctioneers, Estate and House Agents, 70 to 86, OXFORD STREET. W., Have always on their books a larg-e selection of FURNISHED HOUSES in Town, Country, and Suburbs, at Rents varying from3Guineas to 30 Guineas per W.-ek, UNFURNISHED HOUSES. SHOOTINGS, HUNTING BOXES. & LANDED ESTATES to h,, LET or SOLD iu everv part. Valuations and SALES BY AUCTION of PROPERTY and FURNITURE conducted in Town and Country at specified charges. AUCTION AND ESTATE AGENCY OFFICES, 70_to 86, OXFORD STREET, W. £100 REWARD. TT7"E will pay the above Reward for anv case of Liver V 1 Complaint, Dyspepsia, Sick Headache. Indigestion, Constipation or Costiveness we cannot Cure with West's Vegetable Liver Pills, when the directions are strictly complied with They are purely Vegetable, and never tail to give satisfaction. Sugar coated, Boxes, containing 30 Pills, Is I jd. For Sale by all Druggists,. The 2 genuine manufactured only by JOHN C. WEST & CO" T> *5f/- Pl11 ^Iakers' 8ij-« W- Madison-street. Chicago.' LAKCLAY & SONS, Wholesale Agents, 95, Furring- don-street, London. MOSS LITTER v. STRAW.—Mr. S. LOEWE, _f.J.. 8, New Broad-street, London, whose Lightning Brand is now adopted in preference to straw and sawdust in the leading stables, including those of the railway, tramway, and omnibus (companies, requires substantial AGENTS in some of the counties and chid towns, Y ALU ABLE PATENT for Sale, in part, or wholly. "Collom & Hill's Patent Reversible Direction Tablet" for Hampers and other Packages. An independence for a business man with small capital. Address-Collom, Bath Road, Exeter, Devon. Road, Kxeter. Devon. WOOL-GROWERS «»»« ™«WOOL Manufactured into Goods for ira use by sending it to ROBERT HOUSTON & SONS, 28, WEST BLACKBALL ST., and ROCKBANK MILLS, GREENOCK. Each customer's lot, is kepT nrparute, nnless he instructs otherwise. WRITE FOR PATTERN* ANTI PRICKS. Carriage of Wool per Goods Conveyance payahl" by R. H. k S. FOR SALE.-Scotch Cheviot Tweeds, Blankets, etc.. our own Manufacture; any length cut. D'ARCY'S DUBLIN STOUT '"SR1 (Largest Brewervin Ireland but one.) VANT YEAST EN A VANT YEAST W^KIN & Co.. x\_ BTJTTERINE Appcil^jHnsbiiry, LO); ])0)\. W ASHING MA CHIN E ST—Before pur- W chasing send for our ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE free by post. TAYLOR and WILSON, Atlas Works, Clavton-le-Moors, Accrinyrton. ESTABLISHED 1851. JJIRKBECK JJAN K.- 30, Southampton Buildings, Chancery Lane, London. THREE per CE>'T. INTEREST allowed on DEPOSITS repavable on demand. TWO per CENT. INTEREST allowed on CURRENT ACCOUNTS calculated on the minimum monthly balances when not drawn below £50. The BIRKBECK ALMANACK, with full particulars, can be obtained post free on application to FRANCIS RAVENSCROFT. Manager. CHEAP JEWELLERY, all kinds. Waltham Watches. or Geneva, Clocks, Musical Instruments, Silver Jewellery, Fancy Goods. Cheapest House. Illustrated Catalogue 3 stumps. MILLING-TON, l^Jloundsditeh.London^CHsli AJTrade nulv^ TT;H,ASS. REED. STRING, DRUM & FIFE, CONCKKTIXA and MKLODEOX BANDS, I'! ANoS.OKGANS ami HAKMONir.MS at W'hnh-mle Pries at J. MOORE & CO., Buxton Koad, lludilt'i-slield. Pi-ires with drawings of all Instruments post tree. Music t'ci" Hands. UnmNmen's Caps. Patronised l>y Army, Navy, and Rifle Corps Sn-nnd-h-nx! Instruments bought, or taken in Exchange. THE OTTO GAS ENGINE. Consumption of Gas 25 to 75 per cent. "'Iiii 111. 11 11 Less than in any other Engines. QROSSLEY'S PATENT TWIN ENGINES. JMPULSE EVERY REVOLUTION. STEADIEST RUNNING ENGINE MADE. i- £ JROSSLEY'S NEW VERTICAL ENGINES. ^JROSSLEY'S PATENT SELF STARTER. J^AFEST, SIMPLEST, & BEST YET MADE, CHEAP GAS FOR LARGE POWERS. CROSSLEY BROS., LUI., MANCHESTER. TVTERVOl;YSICAL DEUILITY. 1* A gentleman, having tried in vain every advertised remedy, has discovered a simple means of self-cure. He will be happy to forward the particulars to any sufferer on receipt of a stamped and directed envelope. Address, J. T. SEWELL, Esq., Mont- rose Lodge. Chiswick. Middlesex. §^WVVVVVVWWVVVVvYVVVV\VVVV\Vy A Clergyman of the Church of England writes:— J 5 "Dec. 20th, 1883. ? i "Gentlemen,— I have great pleasure in recommending "to the public your valuable preparatios 'Tikheel.' In i eases where I have known it to be ued, it was most > effectual in curing Neuralgia, and also Toothache. I hope ? "you will be well repaid for your certain and sate remedy. J ° 2 he Editor of' rJ'he i'arish Magazine.1 S Bedlington, Xorthumberland.t pjikheel J*fp cures Neuralgia J | 9 Tic, Toothache J > Nervous and S i ciCUciL/IlU, Sick Headache. | r 5 Price 2 '6, to be obtained of S S .\TLI CHEMISTS EVERYWHERE, C r Do not be persuaded to Try something else." Parcels s post free for 2 9 in stamps or P.O.O. of the Manufacturers S £ CLARKE, BLEASDALE BELL, & CO. York. V\ Hul.tSALK ALiBNTS- AYRTON & bvLJ^sO.'j I t.), L) ucj-strajt, iverp ool LOCAL AGENTS- BANGOR—HUGH LLOYD JONES, Medical Hall. LLANDUDNO-W. S. PENNE5T, M.P.S., The Dispen- sary, Mostyn-street; and Four Crosses, FESTINIOG, J. BURTON, Chemist. JJ AVID AVIES, I BILLPOSTER AND DISTRIBUTOR, I No 14, JAMES STREET, BANGOR, And a member of the United Kingdom Bill Posters Association All Posting executed with care and despatch OW- No CONNECTION WITH ANY OTHER BILL POSTER HOGE'S HOREHOUND HONEY. fOH THE PROMPT RElIEF OF CHEST COMPLAINTS, COUGHS, AND SORE THROATS. SUPPLIED BY ALL CHEMISTS. The safest and most, cfficaciour, remedy ever dis- covered for all pulmonary diseases, sore or congested lungs, consumption, coughs, colds, sore throats hoarseness, &c. An uncompounded product of ITatui secreted in the netals of Horehound blossoms, an-. gathered by the honey bee. SUCCESS IN THE PURSUITS OF LIFE depend* much on a thorough knowledge of every branch pertaining to the vocation the individual chooses to follow. Yielding to the early inclination of making the study of the honey bee a professional one, Mr. Hogo's life-long association and continual .'tiuly has been with them. This gave him un- equalled facilities for investigating the curative properties of various kinds of honeys, and enabled him to discover and corroborate the wonderful healing powers of Horehound Honey. IT IS A COMMON ERROR to think that any kind of Honey will make a good cough mixture, and we regret to say moot chemists employ Honey as a basis for such medicines, without the least dis- crimination as to its source. It would be just as rational to expect any kind of bark to make good quinine. Francois Huber, Baron Liebig, and Sir John Lubbock agree with all other investigating naturalists in the assertion—that the characteristic!' of various Honeys are attributable to the plants from which they are gathered. Xenophon tells us that all his soldiers who ate of the Honey found in the villages on the mountains of the Colchians lost their senses that those who ate but little were like men very drunk, and those who ate much like mad- men. Pliny accounts for this by saying the honey was gathered from the flowers called Rhodoilenros, ■vlnle of the Horehound plant Keats beautifully says— "Tim hee, with sense so subtly true, From Horehound herbs extracts the healing ilew." HONEY IS NOT MADE BY THE BEES, they arc simply the vehicles provided by an all-wise Providence for conveying the Honey from the petals of the blooms and depositing it into the cells of the honeycomb. Notice a bee as it alights and insinuates itself into the very heart of the flowers, and you will have no difficulty in observing by a telescope motion of its body that it is sucking or rather pumping the drop of nectar into its honey sack, which is lined with a muscular tissue. When filled the little almoner of nature flies away to its hive, and, by compressing the muscles of its honey sack, deposits the Hoiiey into the cells. The Honey undergoes no digestion, and is chemically the same in the hive as in the petal of the flower. The LORD MAYOR of LONDON ORDERS IT. MANSION HOUSE, LONDON, E.C., September, 28, 1883. The LORD MAYOR would thank Messrs. W. M. Hogo and Co. to send him half a dozen of their Hoge's Horehound Honey, which has been well recommended to him. W. L. BRIGHT, ESQ., son of the Right Hon. John Bright, M.P., says Hoge's Horehound Honey CURED his father of a bad cough. WHAT THE CLERGY SAY OF IT:— ELY, CAMBS., May, 1883. The Rev. C. D. KINGDON has great pleasure in bearing testimony to the excellent properties of Hoge's Horehound Honey for preaching. It makes the voice clear and pleasant, and takes away all that huskiness in the throat which is so uncom. fortable to preacher and congregation. THE PRIMA DONNA. HAWTHORN LODGE, FINCH LEY NEW ROAD, N.W., March 30, 1883. Messrs. W. M. IIOGE & Co., London. GflNTi.EMUBN,—I have much pleasure in stating that I consider your Horehound Honey the most wonderful remedy I have ever tried, possessing properties which are nothing short of marvellous for the cure of affections of the throat and chest. I shall never be without a bottle of Horehound Honey.—Yours very truly, MARIE ROZE. Your Honey is delicious. ELLEN TERRY. From the CHAMPION BILLIARD PLAYER. 38, MARYLANDS ROAD, WESTBOURNE PARK, October 27, 1883. Messrs. W. M. HOGB & Co. GENTLEMEN,—I have much pleasure in certifying to the excellence of your Horehound Honey. I have found great relief from taking it, and strongly recommend it for coughs.—Yours faithfully, JOHN ROBERTS, JUN. WHAT IT DID FOR GEO. F. BLACK, Esq. 7, SUFFOLK LANE, CANNON STREET, E.C., LONDON, April 20, 1883. Messrs. W. M. HOGE & Co., London. GENTLEMEN,—Having suffered for many years with irritation of the tliroat and chest, I never found any remedy to r-elieve the irritation until I purchased a bottle of your Horehound Honey, which I did a few days since. I want to inform you it had a wonderful soothing effect, affording relief at omoe. Please send me one dozen bottles, and oblige, Yours truly, G. F. BLACK. PUT UP IN LARGE BOTTLES, PRICE, Is. lid. PER BOTTLE. 2 And Supplied by all Chemists. WHOLESALE BY HOGE'S HONEY COMPANY, LIMITED, 12, GREAT EASTERN STREET, LONDON, K.C. 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