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BUSINESS ADDRESSES. THE l'.KST l'l.Al'l:1CT PRINCIPALITY FOR CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR CARDS LAIN AND FANCY STATIONERY. WRITING CASES, BLOTTERS, LETTER CASES. POCKET BOOKS., PURSES, PHOTO ALBUMS, PIIOTO FRAMES, LADIES' BAGS, GAMES, &c. D. W. DAVIES, HOOKSELLEB AND STATIONER (WHOLESALE AND RETAIL) •■1.9. BRIDGE STREET. CARNARVON. SitFE FOR OLD AND YOUNG. UNWELL JONES' j 'VIOTOLINE' FOR THE SPEEDY CURE OF «El KVLGIA, T00TH4.CHE, and all PAINS IN THE HEAD, aris^||elther tiO;n disordered state of STOMACH, or WEAKNESS of the NEE> ES. Guftrnntøed entirely free from all injurious ingredients and most beneficial to the whole System. VICTOLIN2 is an excellent Tonic, it quickly puts right a disordered Stomach and thoroughly" braces up the Nerves. IN BOTTLES, is ild, 2s, and 3s 6d. PREPARED ONLY BY M. HOWELL JONES, A.P.S., CHEMIST. TO W Y N < DICK 8 THE POFULAIl BOOT PROVIDERS. IMMINSE CONSIGNMENTS OF NEW SOLID LEATHER GOODS 4B'E NOW IN STOCK. AND FUBTBKK SUPPLIES ARE CONSTANTLY ARRIVING GOODF TO SUIT ALL CLASSES, ALL TASTES, ALL INCOMES. GOODS COMBINING THE MAXIMUM OF QUALITY AT THE MINIMUM OF CO IT Is 317, EJGH STREET, BANGOR, MARKET STREET, HOLYHEAD, 7, BRIDGE STREET, CABNARYOX, PALACE STREET, CARNARVON. '"1- STILL IN THE FRONT. r E R W E R I N, PURE TEA & COFFEE. Sl ES INCREASING WEEKLY FROM HUNDREDWEIGHTS TO TONS. A Y L I G H T "^VE^8==T> TINRN LT S" S^~ The Egyptian Pyramids they say, Were built t show the Stars br day CLARKE'S PYRAMID LIGHTS SO shine at night, They keep e'en Burglars well in sight. Night's dark and drear—we no longer fear, CLARKE'S PYRAMID NIGHT LIGHTS burn as clear as—Daylight, m LAR -YRA FAIRY L- 'L LIGHT L !O. THE BURGLAR'S HORROR." 1 CAUTION! f To PREVENT BUKGLAKIES.—A "Pyramid" Night Light should bo lighted in the front and back of every house as soon as it is dark. Housebreakers have the greatest dread of a light. The Police recommend a Pyramid Night Light as the best safeguard. Almost all the burglaries perpetrated might have been prevented, and much VALUABLE RKOIERTII' SAVED, if this simple and inexpensive plan bad always been adopted. The "Pyramid" Night Lights are much larger and give double the light of the common night lights, and are therefore particularly adapted for this purpose. Manu- factured in Patent Fireproof Plaster Cases. No paraffin or other dangerous material used in their manufacture. 8 LIGHTS TI> BOX TO BURN 9 HOURS EACH. 12 LiriiTS IN BOX TO BURN 6 HOURS EAr/ti. R VRAM ID LAMPS FROM FOUR I'F^TOE EACH. No Paraffin or other Dangerous Material1 Used in any of CLARKE'S LIGHTS. I BUSINESS ADDRESSES XMAS. 1895-96. POOL STREET MARKET, ° CARNARVON. H. PRITCHARD & CO., Beg respectfully again this year to draw the attention of their numerous, I customers and the public generally to their GRAND SHOW OF SEASONABLE GOODS AND SPECIALITIES FOR CHRISTMAS, 1895-96. Christmas ) Bo„.Enn. x „ w x m > 0 "°.5 Crackers greater variety than ever), from 3Jd to Cosaques j L"BgW!' Toy8'^ Ncw XTTI fl,fi ) m r.1 "rni • 1 [ in^bottles^3^118 an<^ ^°rda» Almonds, French Plums, ioose and Table Fruit t. Pudding rUlt J fMrwr™ AT -r. IAIince MEAT IN BOTTLES, 6D BACH). Xm&s ) O? 1 i_ [ 6 Larcr^T^fo8 beautifully got up, and includes Speciality j g Toy8 and Sweets. <*d and Is. Wonderful Value. F ancv ) ,}1!llarge assortment, including Cream, Old Brown Windsor, A CfclXUJ t Glycerine, Fleur de Lys Otto, Lavender, Curd, Pink, Carbolic! Xmas Soaps j Boxes. '&d,> &c-'from ld to 2d Tablet- Also> 6d X^TH flS F ancv ) Xma^Jr1 Flut?d Candles (4 colours), 6d per Box^ "*■ I £ mUJ!ne 8D,d Home Pities Candles, 100 to the Box, 6d per Q 3»HQ.10S ) plain a° Seve assortments (Self-fitting ends), coloured and A Splendid Choice of Xmas Cakes from 4dto 2s 6d Provisions j SMOKED and PALE HAMS and BACON, in prim* j J condition. AN EARLY INSPECTION IS INVITED. PLEASE NOTE THE ADDRESS POOL STREET MARKET, CARNARVON. R. ]{ S T Y T Jtl PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT, ESTATE AGENT, AUOTIONEER, AND VALUER OFFICE —39, BANGOR STREET, CARNARVON. Sales of every description undertaken. Inventories and Valuations made. Probate AdTninkt««,. Bankruptcy and other Accounts prepared. Loans and Mortgages negotiated Auditor for the Corporation, Carnarvon Harbour Trustees. «"d ofher Societies and Companies. niarvon BLAXMAN8 BALSAM OF HOREHOUND. j THIRTY YEARS' REPUTATION. A d Sold Everywhere. lilt 2/9 per bottle. fCURES\ C OUGH I COUGH J A SAFE AND SPEEDY REMEDY For INFLUENZA and all CHEST AND LUNG DISEASES. wCCfcyS IN BU«j«NfcS4» and HAPPINESS IN THE HOM. Aided and secured by exercising your memory. Eguaiiy iu'table 'or Baktry gr How. Q At WAYS L.'KM I-MBBK TO ASK FOR Y A 8 Do not simply Ret some yeast or barm of anr ldfld. but for D. C. L., and get it. The Distillers Company, Ltd., Edinburgh, are tbefargerf .•istiUer# in the world, and sell more yeast than any other firm in the United Kingdom because what they make istfaa best. try it. Sample, with small book of hints and in. styuc, ions for making various kinds of tea and fancy csku, &c., and bread, sent on receipt of four penny stamps. SHOPKEEPERS selling: "O. C. L." Yeast are recom- mended to exhibit our show-cards so that the pnMte taay know where til* celebrated yeast cam be obtaiaaA |>ff:Eb! PILES! All outward Pile scoured A in two or three DAYS wiih BODDV'S PATENT OINTMENT. Testimonials from all pirts. Only on trial solicited.—Apply to W. bcddy, Bradford Yorkshire. Boxes by poe j^SSEMB LYEO OMS, AiflT^CT; i OR TERMS, &c., apply to Mi W. H. Thomas ^Lewis's Buildings, Amlwch ^COTTISH fJ^EMPERANCE |IFE AND ^CCIDBNT JNS0EANCE COMPANY. I' The firet Company. to reduce th. annual premium. for all kinds of popuiar policies. Ctiief features ot the Comnaov 1 ,.P0P^L>R POLicies OF AL £ KlkDS. Meeting all iQe ueeds of the present time at EASY I PAYMENTS. Ex un pIe-The ordinary yearly prem um I for a life policy at the age of 30 is £ U 8s 3d for £1000 In the SCOTTISH TEMPERANCE a IOTAL ABSTAINER can receive over £ 1300 for th9 same premium, besides defer-red bonus, 2. Branch for the TOTAL ABSTAINERS at reduced payments, besides periodical bonus -ashur-incr for them two old bonus. ¡ 3. JOINT AND SOECIAL POLICIES, combining the benefit* or Life and accident Iufeoranoe in a policy for A V EKY Low PAYMENTS. ACCIDENTAL BRANCH. -Ten per cent. reduction tc Total Abstainers. Prospectus on application. AGENTS WANTED. I SECEF-IIARY-W. GRIFFITH, 36, DALE-STREET LIVERPOOL. I A I I APTI1IC um at remupcration^ fly I I W t IflCIl f-re wanted iu each lo-' cality, to introduce (locally or travelling) new discovery and keep our Show Cards( and Advertising Mstter distributed^ throughout town and country. Steady Em-) ployment. Commission or Salary ^fio perS month, at:d expenses up to TO 6 per DAJ'.S Money deposited with Bankers when/ started. WORLD MEDiCAL ELECTl.lC? Co., Temple Chambers, LON DON F..C.r ^'VVA^/CVNWNA/VVVVXAAAAAAAA ''1HEA? ELLERY. f 1HEAP JEWELLERY. Shopkeepers wrlifind v_y best Bssor ment and lowest prices at MillingTon Ilouu.is ditch, London. Clocks, watche-8, knives coombs, spactacles, pens pipes, purses, violins,accord ansJubilee Jewellery illustri'rs 1 ^atalowues to be had free. Established l.W> BUSINESS ADDRESSES CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. JARTIS & FOSTER. Lorne House, Bangor. GRAND DISPLAY 0 F LATEST NOVELTIES FOR AUTUMN AND WINTER FASHIONS, AT THOMAS'S, LONDON HOUSE, BANGOR. SALE NOW ON. qL SN0WD0N FLAKE FLOOR USED B-1 ALL WHO WISH FINE ristny & BEST MOUSED BREAD. 1st PRIZE & GOLD MEDAL at JIILLERS & BAKERS EXHIBITION, London, 1893 LARGE AND INCREASING SALE. THOS. LEWIS & CO, CITY STEAM MILLS BANGOR. THE GREAT OLE FRANCE SALE OF IRONMONGERY GOODS AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS AT THE BRUNSWICK BUILDINGS. CARNARVON, WILL CONTINUE TILL SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7th. It WILLIAMS, HUMPHREYS, & CO. ANTI-CONTAGIOUS™^ ANTI- RHEUMATIC FLANNEL PATENT IS pe?sonwhonseadut?iM! cer5ain. cure for Rheumatism, Sciatica, &c. Any out this Flannel as it^nnt*ir-« a en 0 afflicted with infectious disease, should not be with- powerful Anti-Rheiirisitin Q I ^-mo Povverf»l Anti-Contagious Solution. It also contains a very be without it • in fiH- +V.c.Tn° 10iQ- efficacious, and no one suffering from Rheumatism fhould be wxttout it m fact, the Flannel is impregnated through with a most costly embrocation. mhs fhJH.^Te aniorJ1.nayy embrocation and rub it on the part affected, the hand that xuKioV. o a 4r- r create faction, the heat and current of air thus created carries away particles r\o + are efficacious. While you think, therefore, that you are rubbing it into the body the greater fl I J 1S sltDPi> evaporating. You will see then that the embrocation being embodied in this flannel does away with that evil. When a good undergarment of this Flannel is worn next to the flesh there if* a gentle, yet perpetual application of this solution, the heat of the oody drawing it out. The combination therefore of wool and solution, worn next to the flesh, must of necessity protect and care. As to the washing of this Flannel, soap and water will fetch the dirt out, but not the solution. Can be had in Natural Colour and Scarlet. ANTI-RHEUMA TIC HOSIERY CAN BE HAD IN Men's Ribbed Hose and Half Hose. Ladies' Black Ribbed and Plain Hose. We could give many Testimonials in its favour like the following FROM A BLACKBURN LADY.-My Dear Sir,-Allow rue to tell you that your Flannel cures other ailments besides MieumaStism. I have beer fcrouoleu with a pain in the spine for years, and the wearing of your Anti-Rheumatic Flannel has taken it entirely away, when the doctors I have tried have failed to give relief. FROM A ROCHDALE GENTLEMAN.-Dear Sir,-I have been troubled with Bheamatism in the shoulder for years previous to wearing your Flannel. I had two undershirts made of it four years ago, and my Rheumatism left me, and as I have continued to wear it my Rheumatism has not returned. 1 shaiJ always wear u so long as I can procure it. FROM AN ULVERSTON GENTLEMAN.-Su-When I first wrote for your Flannel about nine years ago, I was suffering from Rheumatism in my knees and shoulders; it was recommended to me by p i tdy who had been curod of her Rheumatism through wearing it. As soon as I received it I had drawers lined with it, and two good undershirts made of it. I tell you with pleasure that my Rheumatism left me directly. J FROM A MANCHESTER GENTLEMAN.-Dear Sir,-I know nothing of Rheumatism now your Flannel has taken it entirely away. /««. DE T- H. HAYIE, M.B. (Loro.), ROCHDALE (Who attended the late Right Hon. John Bright, M.P., during his last illness). I have pleasure m recommending the Anti-Rheumatic Flannel, and I think it very good for Rheumatism and for Bronchitis. The smell of It is very pleasant an 1 refreshing, besides beino- a dis- infectant; gives off Oxygen, so that one is, as it were, surrounded by a laver of fresh air. ° SOLD BY E. W. LLOYD, Y DDRAIG GOCH, CAERNARFON. HEALTH EXHJBLÙJ..¡. I Nutritive, acù "igesti le. i Retained when ail other Foods are rejected. It I "Deserving of the highest praise.—-Tin I I is invaluable."—London Medic-al Record. | Practitioner. I .r I j Bengers Food is cold in Tins by Chemists, do., everywhere, )