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ESTABLISHED 1837. WILLIAM HUGHES AND SON, THE OLD PORK SHOP," I L, WILLIAM HUGHES & SON beg to iu-u, public generally that theyhave purchased 3 horse power ) Silent Gas Engine.' and a Gardener's Simplex S;1 Machine." which they have placed in the where cuitoiiiL-rb c-<n see the quality (,f the Meat used, and the chopping i!itne. This will prove a novelty, "ill ensure ihe purity and excellence of +hp Meat used COME AND SEE THEM MADE. E V E R Y B 0 D y TitY '1'14 P; I CELEBRATED SAUSA uES! fhESi'i EVERY YI01H QUI- A- EGETABLE CA SS, t4 vc om RECOMMENDED 13Y DOCTORS ANALYSTS CHEMiSTS FOR SPRtNG. SUMMER. AUTUMN & WINTE IS preparation is now extenshely taken throughout the country by pntients suffering from debility, ner- less, and generil exhaustion. and if any value be bed to human testimony, tiie efficacy of this medicine "Cep successfully established. It, claims have been I an(I proved by the medical profession and others. orroborated by the written testimonials of eminent The Q;iiniue Bitters contain not only a suitable tityof Quinii. e in each dose, but the active principles following well-known herbs-saraparilh, saffron. an, lavender, ("andeliou, and burdock. The use of •• ine is well-known, but it hasnever been satisfactorilv ine, twit h these preparations, until, after overcoming -1 der-.ble diificul i^s, the Proprietor was able to secure fectiv uniform preparation, combining all the essen- properties of the above plants in their greatest purity conceu t ration. It is now established as a family cine, and is increasing in popular favour the more it I own and tested. Gwilyrn Evans's Quinine Bitters tonic" Pick-me-up," scieutifilally mixed in happy ortions. GWILYM EVANS' UINIXE BITTEIJS, Ig a vegetable "Pi..i;JI]-JIj' is strongly reeom- ended for nervous diseases, j{.J¡ as undue anxiety, tcspoudeney, fainting fits, neuralgia, and nerve pains I, -nerally. Has 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 colds, bronchitis, asthmatic colt's, shortness of breath, spitting of blood, &c. Mr Gwilym Evans can sul,Iy- "by post the names of patients in almost every district in Wales ami West of England, who have tried his Quinine Bitters, and who 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. NOTE,The name GWILYM EVANS, F.C.S., M.P.S., on Stamp and Label. Sold by all Chemists in 2s nd and 4s Gd Bottles, and Cases containing three 4s 6d Bottles, at 12s fid per Case or from the Proprietor, 4s (H bottles and 12s 6d Cases carriage free Parcels Post, under cover. LLSTLLPYP Pr?pr.L £ Ior. G Wi LYi\1 EVANS, ESTABLISHED 1832. WILLIAM JONES, TAILOR AND DRAPER, ASTLE S (llT A I E, CARNARVON. in E0'u°'; GooD ;1\' of sC ,3,\ l i"flJr.l' cffS. WILLIAM JOXES wishes to return his sincerest thanks to his numerous Customers for the, patronage they have bestowed upon him since he took over the above Establishment, and hopes to receive the same favour in flu future. WILLIAM JONES; has a large assortment of Cloths of the best quality for OVERCOATS, SUITS, AND TROUSERS. Every Order cntrllstwl to him shall have his best arten- tion. as he superintends every department himself, thus saving extra expenditure. A good number of competent workmen constantly employed. Sl^lST$r c., t- COPY OF RETURN, I'ursua it to 7 and S ic., c. 32. X ame of Firm: P U G II J O N E S (CO. Persons of whom the Company or Partnership consists Name Residence. igh I'ugh Llysmeirion, Carnarvon Banker )bert Junes Pla.stanrallt, Pwllheli do. i,mes of Planes where the Business is carried on :— Place. County. Ami well Anglesea Bangor Carnarvon Bethesda do Blaenau Festiniog Merioneth Carnarvon Carnarvon ColwynBay. Denbigh Conway Carnarvon Llanberis do Llandudno do Llargefni Anglesea Llaarwst Denbigh X ev ili Carnarvon Penrhyn Deudraeth Merioneth Port mad'ic Carnarvon Pwilheli (Head Office do Inland Revenue Office, 2nd February, Ihcjo. Name of Firm WILLIAMS AND COMPANY. Persons of whom the Company or Partnership consists:— Name. Residence. tion .mes Toinkinson WilHngtwn Hall, Esi, iii-e Tarporlny enry Piatt Gorddinog, Bangor. do aines of Places WIKTC the Business is carried on — Place. County. Chester < 'hosier Bangor Carnarvonshire Carnarvon do Amlwch Anglesey Llaniairl'eeliai; Carnarson.shire Inland Revenue Glib- 2"i February, 1S.S5. J. s. p,Ji.( ELL, Registrar ot Bank Returns BANGOR CATHEDRAL. TllER E is a vacancy for a Lay Clerk (Alto). Services JL not numerous. Salary about £ 40 per annum. Ap- plieations with testimonials to be sent to R. LLOYD JAMES, Chapter Clerk, Bangor. 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. WATSON ROBINSON, HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENT AUCTIONEER AND VALUER, 264, HIGH-STREET, BANGOR Instructions ior the above respectfully solicited 256 IIr. E. WILLIAMS, PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT, AUDITOR, &(- BRUNSWICK CHAMBERS, C A K X A RVOJi. Agent to the Livjrpool, London, and Globe Inslw- ance Co., The Guarantee Society, xc. ILL! MINAd P." ADRES>ES. ami Illuminating in all branches • jiuptly and efficiently executed. ° lIICiHJ''ST REFERENCES AND TESTIMONIALS", 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 clay 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 macliinc made. OFFICE-QUE ROAD, LEEDS. A. W MERRIDEW, FROM ''CVr,.MK», WATCH MANUFACTURER, GOLDSMITH AND JEWELLER, I 9, BRIDGE STREET, CARNARVON, DESIRFS to inform the Nobility, Gentry, Clergy, and 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, LOCKETS, 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. GUARANTEED THE LARGEST CIRCU- LATION OF ANY ENGLISH PAPER PUBLISHED IN NOKTH WALES. PlJULISHED EVERY THURSDAY EVENING AND FRIDAY CORNING. HA\ IiS G admittedly the largest and most influ- ential circulation among the Gentry, Clergy. Farmers, Tradesmen, and all classes of the Com- munity in Anglesey, Carnarvonshire, Denbigh- shire. Flintshire, and part of Merionethshire, and among Welshmen in London, Liverpool, Chester, Ac. IT IS UNEQUALLED AS AN ADVERTISING MEDIUM for communicating with the Public for Agricul- turists, Architects, Auctioneers, Builders, Contractors, Engineers, Estate Agents, Hotels, Insurance Offices, Lost, Found, Strayed, or Stolen, I. lilanutacturers, Merc nants, Pa rliamentaryA gents, Poor Law Unions, Publishers, Prospectnses. Railway Companies, Schools. Servants, Share- brokers, Solicitors. Surveyors, Timber Merchants, Town Conncils, Local Boards, and other Public Bodies, Wholesale and Rebiil Vendors, Wants. Situations, Service, &c. TIIE NORTH WALES )i )ERVER ANE EXPRESS contains all the Local, District, and General News of the Week, with all the latest news up to time of going to press. From a litei aiy point of view, it is recognised on all hands as the leading organ of Public Op. inion. Its Literary Contents comprise Articles on the most important Topic of the Day, a Val ie(I collection of General News, and useful ESSfíY, on Social Subjects; and numerous Literary Ex- tracts, Facetia), Ac. It includes among its sub- scribers the nobility, gentry, clergy, and educated classes of society. Its literary articles cause it to be read with pleasure by the ,:lite of society, while its price places it within the reach of the masses, and thus IT HOLDS A POSITION UN- RIVALLED IN NORTH WALES. Terms of Subscription Paid in advance: If forwarded by Post, One Year. 6s. Gd. half-year. 3s. 3d.; One Quarter, Is. 8d. Foreign Postage extra. Delivered by Messenger:—One Year 4s. -tcl.; Half-year, 2s. 2d.; One Quarter, Is. Id. Letters on business and Money Orders to be made payable to D. EDWARDS, Obstrver and Express Office, Bangor. All comn,unications intended for publication should be addressed to the EDITOR. Observer and Express, Bangor. The following are a few of tbe "Principal Agents :— Abergele -Itobert Jones, Visitor Office Amlwch—D Jones, Stamp Office H Hughes. Stationer Blaenau Ffestinog—Ellis Roberts, 14, High-street Bangor—Humphreys & Parry Miss Davies E Williams J Meinlus Jones W H Smith & Son Miss Roberts Nixon & Jarvis R Roberts, Garth Bethesda-John Jones R Owei W Griffith. :1, Ogweu-terrace Beaumaris—Miss Roberts Carnarvon—D W Davies, Bridge-street Mrs Jones, Pool-street William Griffiths, Pool-street J R Edwards, High-street W II Smith & Son J C Castle-squarr; Conway-O Evans R E Jones Colwvn Bav-Owen Evans W Williams, Oakfleld House Criccieth—J W Bowen Chester- VV II Smith & Son Corwen-Mary Edwards, Stationer Denbigh—W II Smith fc Son W A Nott Dolgellev—-E Ylltyr Williams Ebenezer—Thos Thomas (Glan l'achrn), Holyhead—Mrs Williams, Boston House J Simpson, 34, Thomas-street \V II Smith & Son J G Hughes. Market-street Holywell-J Iverfoot Evans Liverpool—Messrs Foulkes, Printers, Daie-streot R 0 Roberts, 40, Old Hall-street T Lloyd. 52, Evertou-road James \VouIlarù.). Castle-street Mrs Parry, Hey worth-street, Everton. LOtlÜon-J \Y Raytier, Devereaux. Court, Essex-street. Strand Llandudno J tincti,)Ii-W II Smith Sc Son Llanfairfechan—R Roberts, Po^t Office LIaududno-Ylrs Andrews Llanrwst—Evan Evans, 3, Watling-street Lhngefni-Xixuu & ,lS Mrs Wii'iains Llanerch Jones Llanberis—Ellis Jones, 2, Manchester House Menai Bridgc-G Willi,lms, Post Office IV, I I Smith i Son Alold—Thomus Yorke Mr Morris Nantile—David Thomas Pwllheli—Robert Owen, Printer Robert Roberls I'enygrocs — Griffith Lewis Porfmadoc.—E. Jones, Printer. Post Office I) Lloyd R G Humphreys Penrnaenmawr—AY 0 Thomas Moses Jones Sillitli &- Son I'ortdinorwic—J Roberts Rhyl— 0 Trehearne, Wellington Chamber Q nigtou, 27, High-street Rnthin —Charles Aidrich Atrs Printer Row, Chemist St Asaph—W William Evans REYNOLDS' QOUT gPECIFIC, he Oldest, Safest, and most Effectual Remedy. REYNOLDS' GOUT SPECIFIC, FOR GOUT) £ ) RYXOLDS" jj0UT gl'^ 'IFlC. FOR RHEUMATISM. REYNOLDS' QOUT gPEOIFlC; FOR. SCIATICA. REYNOLDS' OUT SPECIFIC, i\ \Ji k) FOR LUMBAGO, D E YNOLDS' G U-T- -S- -P- E-C I -F -I- C, FOR ALL NEURALGIC COMPLAINS. DR. BREWSTER (for many years one of the leading physicians in Paris) writes:—"I have prescriced REYNOLDS GOLT SPECIFIC in all cases of Rheumatic Affections, and find it an infallible Remedv. I have alwavs had great pleasure in reccoinmending it, and consider it'a afe and invaluable Ifedicine." REYNOLDS' GOUT SPECIFIC, ESTABLISHED 70 YEARS. 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Advertisements intended for insertion in THE NORTH WALES OBSERVER AND EXPRESS can be received at the Bangor Office, York Place, up to the hour of Pnb- lication, and lit the Carnarvon Office, New Harbour, up to 12 noon on Thursday. All williliunicationsintendcd fúr inser- tion must be (tdd)-csged-E(lito)-, OBSER- VER AND EXPRESS, Bangor. All [business letters to be directed, an remittances made payable, to D. Edwards, OBSERVER AND EXPRESS Office, Ban j or. -MUSIC! 1/.3 -AIUSIC! MUSIC!! 1/3 MUSIC: ALL who wish to play the Piano, Organ, or Har- monium at Sight, send this advertisement and 15 stamps to W. WALKER, 31, Grosvenor-road, Bristol, for his MAGIC PIANOFORTE INSTRUCTOR (Registered). .£ 10 for every reader of the N. W. 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Those who cannot learn from ordinary systems will have no difficulty with this. 13 REDUCED PRICE 13 CLASS AWARD if IF YOU WANT A COOD PtAMOt | • GO TO | CRANE & SONS pay special attention to the Easy payment System, and have sold thou- sands of Instruments throughout the country on these advantageous terms. Tli t prices they charge on the '• Easy Payment System are, in most cases, consid- erably less than the prices asked for net cash by other Louses for inferior intstruments. CRANE & SONS buy for prompt cash, savin;. Discounts, and therefore, offer to tlie Public Intru- ill nts in many cases, Cheaper than ordinary dealers have to pay for them, who sell perhaps one instru- ment in 1. week, and consequently must get as much profit on that one as Crane & Sons expect oil Three Instruments. CRAtJE 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 ol the perchase money. This is a fair offer. One of the many Testimonials spout tneously sent to Crane <V„ Sons: Carnarvon, North Wales, August, 1S83. GF.NTLEMEN,—I cannot help expressing my great satisfaction with the Instrument you have sent me v The sweetness and power of tone is always what has been wanted by ine.-I am youi s truly THOS EVANS. To Crane & Sons, Liverpool. fool _c-=-=-='=="c- j Organ s &h arm oii cms{ ARE r// £ BEST & CHEAPEST EVE* • ^^RICEYWITL astonTS/T' • <* THE TRADE FOR SALE OR H IRE fromlO/jnonthly —, | SENT TO ALL PARTS OF TRE KINGDOM I I-C)lt Tlii- liA[lt.-it y ir hair is uinriig urey or white, or f.i!i»g <■ u.-c I h« Mexican Uair ltenewer," for it w-ll pvsiiirtli/ restart iit every case Uvey or White hair to its original colour, without leaving the disagreeable smell of most "Restorers." 1 t makcs the hair cbarmilJly IJeautifnl, it iii, as well as promoting the growth of the hair on bald epots, where the glands are not decayed. 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