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ESTABLISHED 1837. WILLIAM HUGHES AND SON, "THE OLD PORK SHOP," WILLIAM HUGHES oi feoN beg to inform the public generally that theyhave purchased 31 horse power Otto Silent Gas Engine,' and a Gardener's Simplex Silent Sausage Machine," which they have placed in the Shop, where cuitomers csn see the quality of the Meat used, and the chopping of same. This will prove a novelty, and will ensure the purity and excellence of the Meat used COME AND SEE THEM MADE. E V E R Y B 0 D y TRY TTIFIR CELEBRATED SAUSAGES!w IJ EVERY MOPNING. 259 & 261 HIGH-STREET, BANGOR. 'QEGETABLEE: r NIC 11 CA 0 216 c ES-C, UE J3 ILI R tj t4F -IV Co.- L-A I IsGVLI R ECOMME NDF-0 13Y DOCTOR ANALYSTS CHEMISTS -.S.UlTABLE_FOR SPRING. SUMMER. AUTUMN & WINTER. THIS preparation is now extensively taken throughout JL the country by pntients suffering from debility, ner- vousness, and general exhaustion, and if any value be vousriess! n attached to human testimony, the efficacy of this medicine has been successfully established. lts C iai lUS have been testecl and proved by the medical profe«inn and others. and corroborated by the written testimonials of eminent men. The Quinine Bitters contain not only a suitable quantity of Quinine in each dose, but the active principles of the following well-known herbs—saraparilla, saffron. gentian, lavender, dandelion, and burdock. The use of Quinine is well-known, but it has never been satisfzictorilv combined wH> rhe-e pivpar ifiorts, mi il, after overcoming considerable diiffculties, the Proprietor M as able to secure a peri'ctl uniform preparation, combining all the essen- tial pivperiies of the above plants in their greatest purity and conce-irratiun. It is now established as a family medicine, and is increasing in popular favour the rrore it is known and tested. Gwilym Evans's Quinine Bitters s(,iezitifi(-,illy mixed in happy proportions. GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS, Being a vegetable IV-h-nic-ap," is strongly recom- mended for nervous diseases, such as undue anxiety, despondency, fainting tits, neuralgia, and nerve paius generally. lias been taken with gieat permanent results for INDIGESTION IN ITS DIFFERENT FORMS such as sick head-ache, heartburn, cramp, flatulency, sense of fulness and oppresion after eating, drowsiness, and pains in the region of the heart. Has successfully treated (after all known preparations had failed) severe cases of affections of the chest, such as common co'ds, bronchitis, asthmatic colds, shortness of breath, spitting of blood, &c. Mr Gwilvm Evans can supply by post the names of patients in almost ewry district in Wales ard West of England, who have tried his Quinine Bitters, and who I are glad at any time to give full particulars of the benefits they have themselves received. Be not persuaded to try any other preparation, as there are numerous imitators of all genuine and success- ful medicine. XOTK.—The name ChnLDl EVANS, F.C.S., M.P.S., on Stamp alld Label. Sold by all Chemists in 2s ltd and 4s 6d Bottles, and Cases containing three 4s 6d Bottles, at I 2s (jd per Case or from the Proprietor, 4s Gd bottles and 12s 6d Cases J carriage free Parcels Posts, under cover. P R P I E T 0 R, GWICYt EVANS, F.C.S.i CLASS AWAR 7m; J if |? VOL' WANT A COOP HAHO (J Il :r_ so T0 • • ] '4- CRAXE Sc SONS pay special attention to the c Easy payment System," and have sold thou- sands of instruments throughout the country on these ad\ antageous terms. The prices they charge on the Easy Payment System are, in most cases, consid- erably less than the prices asked for net cash by ether Louses for inferior intstruments. CRANE & SONS buy for prompt cash, saving Discounts, and therefore, offer to the Public Intru- me-nts in many cases, Cheaper than ordinary dealers have to pay for them, who sell perhaps one instru- ment in i week, and consequently must get as much profit on that one as Crane <fc Sons expect on Three Instruments. CRANE <!t SONS challenge this assertion, and will pay the Railway Fare of any person coming to Liver- pool providing same does not exceed 5 per cent of the purchase money. This is a fair offer. One of the many Testimonials spontaneously sent to Crane it Sons ;—■ Carnarvon, North Wales. August, 1883. GENTI>EIIEN,— I cannot help expressing my great satisfaction with the Instrument you have sent me. The sweetness and power of tone is always what has wanted by me.—I am youis truly, THUS EVANS. To Craned Sons, Liverpool. 1001 IQRGAN'S&HARMONII] MS ARE THE BEST & CHEAPEST EVER' II '0FFERED T0 rHEPUBL!C » f-PRICES WILL_A S TONIS H • jE TR A DE^ FOR SALE OR HIRE ■ 7—— from 10/ m o n thly —^ SEN* TO ALL P&RTS OF THE KINGDOM I zo ■„v-5r-R333CK33C3iiBamoi JJtrtiw, storages, aitf Daib; BTRTirS. WILLIAMS.—February sth. at Wat hm'-st reef, Llanrvvst, the wife <>f Mr Win. Williams, of a d IU-liter. JONES.— L-Vi.ruarv 0th, at Brick-street, Bangor, the wife ,f ,f DEATHS. GRIFFITH —-Keo. i tli.larVj r< l.ct of the late Mr E. 1 Griffith, of v'oin I'ton iionse. IbcUiead. It0UEl{TS.-l,V'. Mr John Roberts, senior, Sio.ini Ilour Mills, Portmadec, aged 70 years. Sale by Messrs D. Roberts <j- Son. MESSRS D. ROBERTS AND SON are favoured w ith the instructions of T. LL. ROBERTS, Esq. (who has iven up Garthgyuan), to SELL BY AUCTION on the premises at GART HGYNAN, NEAR RUTHIN, On TUESDAY next, FEBIIUARY 17, 1S85, and WEDNESDAY. the 18th. if necessary, a grand herd of Dairy Cows. Fat aud Store Cattle, 1.3 powerful Wagon Horses. Colts, Harness Mares, and Mountain Ponies, 140 Fat and Store Shropshire Sheep, 80 Fat and Store Welsh Sheep. Fat Sow, 8 Porkers, a large collecti on of Modern Farru Im- plements, Two-Wheel Tr,1p a nd Harness, Dairy Requi- sites, and part of the Household Furniture. Catalogues may be had seven day prior to the Sale at the 110t els in the neighbourhood, and from the Auctioneers, Temple Buildings, Corwen. SALES BY AUCTION" OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, LIBRARIES, PAINTINGS, ENGRAVINGS PLATE, &c. IN-DOOR AND OUT-DOOR EFFECTS, FARM PRODUCE, LIVE AND DEAD STOCK, &c., Personally conducted with guaranteed satisfaction, in all parts of the country, on moderate terms, with IMMEDIATE settlements. By W. WAT ON ROBINSON, HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENT AUCTIONEER AND VALUER, 264, HIGH-STREET, BANGOR Instructions for the above respectfully solicited 2;)6 MR. E. WILLIAMS, PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT, AUDITOR, &c., BRUNSWICK CHAMBERS, CARNARVON. Agent to the Liverpool, London, and Globe Insur- ance: Co., The Guarantee Society, Joe. ILLUMINATED ADRESSES, and Illuminating in all branches, promptly and efficiently executed. HIGHEST REFERENCES AND TESTIMONIALS. BANGOR TABKRNACLE LITERARY SOCIETY.—At last Wednesday evening's meeting, the Rev. John Williams presiding, a paper entitled Literary Societies and their advantages," was read by Mr Hugh Edwards. Remarks were offered by the Rev. John Williams, Messrs H. O. Hughes, J. H. Edwards, John Williams (Fanton-streef). and Owain Arfon, who a humourous recitation, and who will deliver next week apaper oil and Silver." L xiv K H SIT Y Coi.LEGB, BAXUOR. Two students of the College entered for London Matriculation Examination in January, and both have been placed in the tirst class. The successful candidates, Mr Isaac E. Owen (I'.i), MrT. Lewis (16), entered at the College in October and January respectively. PoitTDixoRWic SH I I'i'ixir. — ArrÙwl: Ellen, Evans; Dinorwic, Elias Success, Williams; Pros- perity, Williams John and .J anc, Ellis; Annie, Evans; Walter Dean, Williams Crusader, Williams Prince Llewelyn, Pritchard; Elizabeth, Evans; Comet, Hughes; Evelina, Anthony.- Sailed. Wellington, Hughes, for Belfast; Mosquito, Hughes, Runcorn; •lolm Herbert, Jones, Douglas; LoyaUy..tont\<i)-(!iff Emily and l.o lisa, Jones, (Jarston Amity, 1'ugh, Pres- tUII; .Mary, Yn.nig, Pelerhead Velinheli, Williams, Liverpool Sparling, Pugh, Lirkeuhead Carluud, Evans, Petd. NEW PATENTS FOR BRICKMAKING AND BRICKPRESSING MACHINES. WILLIAM J OHNSON 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,WO 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. A. W. MERRIDEW, FROM COVENTRY, WATCH MANUFACTURER, GOLDSMITH AND JEWELLER, 9, BRIDGE STREET, CARNARVON, DESIRES to inform the Nobility, Gentry, Clergy, and D the Public generally of Carnarvon and the District, that he has Opened a Place of Business at the above address. He has a large and well-selected Stock of WATCHES, GOLD AND SILVER GUARD AND ALBERT CHAINS, BROOCHES.LOCKHTS,EAR-RINGS, SCARF PINS SIGNET AND JEM RINGS, JET GOODS IN GREAT VARIETY. &c., &c. Old Jewellery Converted and Re-gilt equal to new. Bicycle and Tricycle Manufacturer, for SALE and HIRE. All Goods Manufactured and Repaired on the Premises under A. W. M.'s personal superintendence. The Cheapest House in North Wales, and the largest and best selection. A Written Guarantee given with every article purchased at this Establishment, if required. NORTH WALES OBSERVER & EXPRESS. ESTABLISHED 1877. HIGH-CLASS FAMILY PAPER, OF 48 COLUMNS. PRICE ONE PENNY. 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The following are a few of the "Principal Agents :— Aberge)e -Robert Jones, Visito)- office Amlwch—I) Jones, Stamp Office II Hughes, Stationer Blaenau Ffestinog-Elljs Roberts, 14, High-street Bangor—Humphreys & Parry Miss Davies E Williams J Mendus Jones \V H Smith Son Miss Roberts Nixon & Jarvis 'IS R Roberts, Garth Bethesda—John Jones R Owea W Griffith, 3, Ogwen-terrace Beaumaris—Miss Roberts Carnarvon—D W Davies, Bridge-street Mrs Jones, Pool-street William Griffiths, Pool-street J R Edwards, High-street W H Smith & Son W B Tomkinson, Cefn Ilendre J C Howlands, Castle-square Conway-O Evans R E Jones Colwyn Bay-Owen Evans W Williams, Oakfield House Criccieth—J W Bowen Chester—W II Smith &; Son Carwen-Mary Edwards, Stationer Denbigh- W H Smith t- Son WA Nott Dolgelley-E Ylltyr Williams Ebenèzer-Thos Thomas (Glan Padarn), Holyhead—Mrs Williams, Boston House J Simpson, {'>1, Thomas-street \V II Smith & Son J G Hughes, Market-street IIolywell-J Kerfoot Evaus Liverpool—Messrs Foulkes, Printers, Dale-street R 0 Roberts, oW, Old Hall-street T Lloyd. 52, Everton-road James Woollard. 52, Castle-street Mrs Parry, Hey Worth-street, Everton. London -J W Rayner, Devereaux Court, Essex-street Strand Llandudno J tLuction-W II Smith & Son Llanfairfechan-H Roberts, Post Office Llandudno-Mrs Andrews Llanrwst—Evan Evans, 3, Watling-street Llangefni—Nixon & Jarvis M rs Williams Llanerchymedd—.Misses Jones Llanberis—Ellis Joues. 2, Manchester House Menai Bridge — G Williams. Post Office W H Smith A Son Mold—Thomas Yorke Mr Morris Nantlle—David Thomas L'wlJheli-11ul,"rt Owcn. Printer Robert Roberts Penygroes —Griffith Lewis Portmadoc—E. Jones, Printer, Post Office D Lloyd R G Humphreys I'enmaeumawr—W 0 Thomas Moses Jones W H Smith & Son Portdinorwic—J Roberts Rhyl—I) Trehearne, Wellington Chamber S Berringtou, 27, High-street Rnthin—Charles Aldrich Mrs Williams, Printer Row, Chemist St Asaph—W William Evans BANGOR CATHEDRAL. THERE is a vacancy for a Lay Clerk (Alto). Services T not numerous. Salary about £.t-O per annum. Ap- plieations with testimonials to be sent to R. LLOYD JAMES, Chapter Clerk, Bangor. 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