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MESSRS P. VAUGHTON & SONS, JEWELLERS, &c., 19 3, GREAT HAMPTON-ROW, BIRMINGHAM, MAKE ALL SORTS OF GOLD, SILVER, AND BRONZE MEDALS FOR FOOTBALL CLUBS, EISTEDDFODAU, &c., BADGES for Cycling Clubs and Schools. A Diagram Sheet and Price List, post free, on appli- cation. SPECIAL DESIGNS GRATIS. 1021 i z I This Ointment is confidently re- commended as an old, tried and successful remedy for Scurvy, Scro- fula, Glandular Swellings, Ring- worm, Old Wounds, Ulcerated Legs, Scald Heads, Blotches on the Face and Body, St. Anthony's Fire, Burns, Chilblains, Bruises, Piles, Fistula, Rheumatism, Bunions, etc. .t will soon heal up the most obstinate Eruption of the ökm of every kind. No familv should be without it. Please note the Trade Mark Label on each Pot. Sold by all Chemists, in Pots only, price 7 £ d, is l^d, and 2s fJd. I z For Scrofula, Scurvy, Ulcerated Legs, Erysipelas, Blotches on the Face, Eruptions on the Body, Piles, Fis- tulas, Glandular Swellings, etc., etc. They may be taken by persons of either sex, are Tonic and Invigorat- ing, and acting on the secretions. they are a truly valuable Blood Purifier, and may be used in con- junction with the "NO NAME" OINTMENT in any of the above Diseases. 'Dose—Two or Three every Night at Bedtime. Sold in Boxes by all Chemists, prices 7Jd, Is lid, and 2s 9d. Sole Proprietor— J. WHITEHOUSE, 94, DERITEND, BIRMINGHAM! 1021) PHILLIPS AN D SON'S DANDELION COFFEE FOR LIVER AND INDIGESTION CONTAINS THREE TIMES THE I1 tW f i{ Oi) t )i A IV COFFEE. SRCOEItS AND CHEMISTS EVERY WHERE IMPORTANT SPECIAL BENSON'S NEW PATENT (No. 4658), "LUDGAlE" WATCH, SILVER GOLD 2. 60 IS A H SPEUlAL STRENGTH SILVER ENGLISH LEVER MY BEST LONDON MAKE, WITH THREE-QUARTER PLATE MOVEMENT. JEWELLED THROUGHOUT. CHRONOMETER BALANCE, WITH DAMP AND DUST PROOF LATENT RING BAND, AND EXTENDED BARREL, IN PASSIVE STERLING SILVER DOME CASES WITH CRYSTAL GLASS FRONT yiNns & SETS HANDS & OPENS AT BACK, ^AKINK IT A BETTER WATCH THAN ANY £liJ WATCH IN THE MARKET, ITS ADVANTAGES OVER'THE OLD AND FAULTY FULL PLATE BEING ENORMOUS, AS THE LUDGATE WATCH WILL LAST ONE HUNDRED YEARS, IT NEVER BREAKS, AS IT CANNOT BE OVERWOUND, AND SEVER NEEDS EXPENSIVE REPAIRS. IS A BETTER TIMEKEEPER, Is A BETTER WATCH, AND IS BETTER VALUE THAN ANY OTHER WATCH SOLD FOR £ 10 IN TOWN Oil COUNTRY. WILL STAND HOUGH USAGE OF ALL KINDS, AND IS THEREFORE THE BEST WATCH AND EQUALLY SUITED FOR WORKMEN, RAILWAY MEN, MINERS, GENTLEMEN, BOYS, AND ALL WHO REQUIRE A !EI:FECT W ATClI OF EXTRA STRENGTH FOR HOME, INDIAN OR COLONIAL USE. MADE IN THREE SIZES, AS UNDER: WORKMEN'S LARGE SIZE. (As SKETCH). MINERS' & RAILWAY MEN'S, EXTRA LARGE SIZE, AND FOR GENERAL WEAR, MEDIUM SIZE. SENT FREE AND SAFE AT OUR RISK TO ALL PARTS FOR X5 5. 0 CASH OR P. 0. O., PAYABLE AT G. P. 0. PRICE IN IB-CARAT GOLD CRYSTAL GLASS CASES TWELVE GUINEAS. SPECIALLY NOTE that J. W. BENSON is the only Maker of a Three-Quarter Plate English Watch for X-5 5s., and that our Patent "Ludgate" Watch, cannot be had through, or of any Watch- maker in the Kingdom. Any infringement of the Patent Rights will be proceeded against. A Book explaining the advantages of this Watch over the Full Plate English Wat ches sold by all other makers, will be sent Post Free on application, to J. W. BENSON, WATCHMAKER TO II. M. THE QUE EX, THE STEAM FACTORY, 62 AND 61, LUDGATE HILL, E.C., AND 25, OLD BOND STREET, W., LONDON. Illustrated Pamphlets of Watches from f2 to ■ £ o00, Gold and Silver Jewellery, Clocks (House, Chime and Turret), and Musical Boxes, Free on Application. CLUB ASSOCIATIONS. — FOREMEN, SECRE- TARIES OF FRIENDLY SOCIETIES, AGENTS, and others will find their Incomes considerably increased by establishing Clubs, for the New Patent "Lurlgate" Watch, as it is worth from .t:5 to 4'10 more than any English Watch sold, and thereforebound to supersede others in the Market. LLEYN AND EIFIONYDD BUILDING SOCIETY. ESTABLISHED IN 1866. INCORPORATED BY ACT OF PARLIAMENT. OFFICE :—SALEM TERRACE, PWLLHELI. DtT-ecto's Rev. HUGH HUGHES, Gellidara, Pwllheli, Chairman. R. J. PRICHARD, Esq., Tynewvdd, Chwilog, R.S.O. Rev. JOHN HUGHES, Edeyrn, Pwllheli. Rev D. E. DAVIES. Pwllheli. Mr THOMAS ELLIS, Carnguwch, Llithfaen. Mr RICHARD WILLIAMS, Pentreuchaf. Solicitors: Messrs PICTON JONES & ROBERTS, Pwllhe;. Bankers Messrs PUGH, JONES & Co., Pwllheli, and Branch*, Auditor: JOHN EDWARDS, Esq., (Messrs J. & 0. Edwards, Pwllheli). Secretllry D. E. DAVIES, Rhianfa, Pwllheli. SHARES, £10. ENTRANCE MONEY, Is. per Share. This Society has received upwards of One Hundred and Seventy Five Thousand Pounds ( £ 175,000) since 18UG and has paid dividend on completed shares, which had re- mained in the Society for a full year, at the rate of from 5* to (j per cent. every year. Paid 6 percent, every year, except two. The Society has a good Reserve Fund, invested in Government and other Safe Securities, as well as a large amount in Reserve of Prospective Interest and Premium. There is not a safer investment, as the Society advances no money, except on Mortgage Securities of lands and buildings. Shares may be taken and moneys invested every day at the office of the Society, and at all the offices of the Bankers. Any amount can be invested in the Society from One Shilling up to One Thousand Pounds. The year ends December 31st, and the Dividends are always paid in the third week in February. Advance Department.—The income of the Society from this source alona is now over Ten Thousand Pounds per annum ( £ 10,000;. Moneys are advanced on approved Securities (lands and buildings) on very short notice. Legal and Survey Charges very moderate. Any further information on application to the Secretary, 215 D E. DAVIES. Rhianfa, Pwllheli. The CLEAN Black Lead. r.¡..Pr8. ASK FOR JAMES' GOLD SDOME Economical!! BLACK LEAD REFUSE ALL SUBSTITUTES* I g L v V v # v HURDLES. Tublar and Solid Bar Fencing atei. Wire Fencing, Chain Harrows, Rick Stands &c., &c. MANUFACTURED BY B TYLISS, JONES AND BAYLISS, Wolverhampton, and o, Crooked Lane, King William- street, London, E.C. Catalogues free on Application, Kindly name this po.p;,r.^ [1006 GRATIS.—Sent by Post to all parts of the World on receipt of two stamps to prepay postage. POSITIVE CURE FOR DEBILITIES and de- A rangements of the Generative and Nervous System, Nervous Debility and Exhaustion, the result of over-taxed energies, is given in the book of POSITIVE REME- DIES." This book gives a positive remedy for all dis- eases. The names of all Medicines are given in English. Cases and testimonials, with means used in each case. It is a guide to the self-treatment of all diseases, and should be consulted by all who require medical treatment NOTICE.—The Positive Medicines given in the book of ■' POSITIVE REMEDIES are the medicines usell by Dr Smith for over thirty years. By the aid of this book Invalids may form a correct knowledge of their malady, and find a positive remedy for the cure. The names are published in English to enable invalids to select the re- medy and cure themselves without consulting a Medical man, making a written statement of case, or paying con- sultation fees. Send two stamps for the book of POSI- TIVE REMEDIES," which contains 244 pages, and fives a cure for all diseases. Post free on receipt of two stamps, direct from H. Smith & Co., Positive Remedy Laboratory, 20, Southampton-row, London, W.C. L i PROTODYNE PILLS ARE A POSITIVE CURE P for Debilities and Derangements of the Generative and Nervous System. Prostration, Pimples, Loss of Energy, Physical Depression, Premature Decline, Wasting Diseases, Exhaustion of Nerve Power, Local Weakness, and all Diseases resulting from loss of Vital Force. After using these Pills, the body and nerves are restored to health and vigour. Sold in Boxes (containing sufficient for the cure), price 2s 9d. May be had direct from the proprietors on receipt of thirty-four stamps. Sent by ( post to any address.-H. Smith & Co Positive Remedy I Laboratory, 2G, Southampton-row, London, W.C. WATCHES AND JEWELLERY DIRECT FROM THE WORKSHOP. OTRONG STERLING SILVER ENGLISH LEVER U WATCHES, capped and Jewelled from ;58s. Ladies' solid Gold Watch, in velvet and silk lined case iOs., Gentlemen's English hall marked Silver Centre Seconds Lever Chronograph, 55s; Ladies' or Gentlemen's strong Silver Watches, from 15s: a strong workman's Watch that will go, as low as 10s. All warranted from 1 to 5 years, according to price. Don't delay to send for my new list, and purchase of no one until you see it, as being a bona fide manufacturer, I can supply at less than half retail price. Everything sent on approval for three days and money returned if not satisfactory, Every known variety kept in stock. Special and most advan- tageous terms to Watch Clubs.—Write at once for particulars to E. Morton, Lever Watch Factory, Hill Cross Coventry. 242 SINCLAIR'S A 0 per lb. The Family (Pf|§ H of aM Grocers&0ilrne"' Wash with- UvLU Saves Money, Labour, out the misery of ifl| « ip gj Time, Fuel, a Steamy House, §\ I II§8 and Temper. A boon to A r;ch&poor HI A boon to SOAP é'llke. THE MACfC CLEANSER. A I ;t t,, tHllt. d.l: f'('OlWTI1!H'1" f1H,lt :ir' 1tw J rull\¡jrlg' and 1.0 QlliFs ftSlTVSouthwark, LONDON; OlllvLnlil| J 55,Whitechapel, Liverpool. A. S. COCHRANE AND SONS, STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS, 110, CANNON-STREET, LONDON, E.C. STOCK:OR SHARES BOUGHT OR SOLD AT MARKET PRICES. QPECULATIVE accounts opened from jEl per cent O cover. Options granted at close Market Prices. Clients giving a banker's reference or depositing stocks or shares are not required to pay any cover in advance. Prospectus and Investment Circular containing safe and reliable information to investors or speculators forwarded post free. A GOOD PLAN. A and upwards invested, under the non-liability ot'XvJ system, in carefully selected Stocks and Shares, often returns handsome profits in a few days. Full details in Explanatory Book (fourth edition), gratis and post free. Address, GEORGE EVANS & CO., Stock Brokers, Gresham House, Old Broad-street, London, E.C. Best aud safest plau ever devised. 1017 W. WILLIAMS AND co., (LATE LITTLER AND WILLIAMS), STEAM CORN MILLS, ABERGELE, HOLESALE AND RETAIL FLOUR DEALERS, FAMILY AND FANCY BREAD BAKERS, GENERAL GROCERS AND PROVISION MERCHANTS BRANCH ESTABLISHMENTS AT ABERGELE LLANRWST, RHUDDLAN, COLWYN, LLANDUDNO, DENBIGH, CONWAY, PENSARN, RUTHIN, QUEEN STREET AND VALE ROAD, RHYL. FRENCH The Surest, Strongest AND Most Reliable YEAST IN THF Market. /VSv "V + ,I. 0 JHL TRADE MARK. YEAST. Produces a Whiter, Larger, Sweeter, and in every respect better LOAF than any other Yeast offered to theTrade The use of this YEAST will increase both the YEAST DEALER'S and BAKER'S TRADE. AGENTS :— H. Williams, Garden-square, Bangor. I Hugh Roberts, Penygraig, Llanerchymedd. N. Jones, 32, Well-street, Bangor. David Lewis, Penlan-street, Pwllheli. ohn Williams, 41, Thomas-street, Holyhead. Hugh Hughes, 4, Rose-place, Conway. A few more AGENTS for the Counties of Denbigh and Flint WANTED. None but those having thorough knowledge of the Trade need apply to 11 11 11 J. WATSON AND CO., 61, Union-street, Borough, London, S.E. [76 THE GRAMMAR SCHOOL, UXBRIDCE-SOUARE CARNARVON ESTABLISHED FORTY YEARS. CONDUCTED BY JOHN G. DAVIES (Under-graduate of the University of Lonlon, lite ScVnlar of tie U liveruty College of Wales, and Prize Essayist of the New Shakespeare Society). PUPILS are afforded a thoroughly sound aud liberal education at a moderate cost. By a graduated sourse of in- JL struction, frequently tested by examinations, they are carefully and successfully prepared for professional or com- mercial life. English in its several branches of Grammar. Composition, History and Literature, is made a special subject of study. The senior classes are presented at the Examination of the glloyal College of Preceptors every Midsummer and Christmas. ABSQUE LABORE NIHIL. GRAMMAR AND COLLEGIATE SCHOOL, CARNARVON. (ESTABLISHED 1830.) PRINCIPAL :—JOHN SMITH KIRK, M.A., PH.D., Member of the General Council of the University of Glasgow, and of the Royal College of Prcccptors, London. Author of Essays on "Education," School Honour," "Human Civilization," «c. THE PRINCIPAL FEATURES OF THIS SCHOOL ARE That the pupils are not taught by mere rote, but that each scholar is led to think and reason for himself. That every pupil receives a fair and honest share of the master's attention, none being [specially attended to to the detriment and loss of the others. That backward boys have a chance to get on. That there are no extras (except music, which is charged one guinea per quarter), and that fees are paid in advance (at least within the first week of each quarter). p That no quarter's notice is required for the removal of a, pupil, if these terms are complied with. That the school year is divided into four quarters, each consisting of ten working weeks. That all the school is carefully examined at Midsummer and Christmas in each year, and that a "detailed report of each pupil's work for the half-year is forwarded to the parent or fuardian. L TERMS PER QUARTER.—Boarders, 10 guineas Weekly Boarders, 8 guineas Dinner Boarders, 5 guineas Day Pupils (seniors), 3 guineas; Day Pupils (juniors), 2 guineas; Private Pupils from 2 to 5 guineas accord- ing to subjects and time. N.B.-Little boys are admitted from 5 to 8 years of age, at a guineaand a half each. Considerable reduction is made in the above charges when more than one of the same family attend at the same time. QUARTERS BEGIN JANUARY, ArlnL, AUGUST, AND OCTOBER. 23 HARVEY'S SAUCE FOR FISH, GAME, KA<" BOTTLE OF THIS STEAKS, /^CELEBRATED SAUCE PREPARED FROM THE TV ORIGINAL RECIPE BEARS THE WELL-KNOWN LABEL SIGNED This label is protected by perpetual injunction in Chancery of the 9th July 1858 and without it none can be genuine. PREPARED ONLY BY E. LAZENBY & SON, LONDON, And sold Retail by Grocers, Oilmen, Italian Warehousemen, SfC. throughout the Kingdom. _n_ THE ARMOUR CANNING CO'S 'THE LARGEST PACKERS IN THE WORLD, 'F EXTRA TABLE DELICACIES, PACKED with the Greatest Care from SELECTED HEATS. THE QUALITY IS UNSURPASSED. '()::Jr Don't be deceived into taking- any other Brand. See you get ARMOUR'S OX TONGUES, 2-lb./2j- and 3-lb. TINS. ARMOUR'S LUNCH TONGUES, 1-lb. and 2-lb, TINS. ARMOUR'S BRAWN, l-lb./2-lb., 6-lb aw*. 12-lb. TINS. ARMOUR'S CORNED BEEF, :t.lb, 2-lb., i-lb., G-Ib. rod. SIb. TINS. ARMOUR'S SOUPS, ASSORTED, IPintfe and Quarts SOLD BY ALL RESPECTABLE GROCERS. GREAT LONDON NEWSPAPER'. Sixty-four Columns, One Penny. a a Enormous Daily Chronicle. Sale. GREAT SUCCESS. More Late News than any other Daily Paper. To be had of all Newsagents. TELEGRAMS,—N&\vs and Correspondence from all parts of the world, from our Special Correspondents, by Wire. LEADERS by the most able writers of the day. 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