Hide Articles List

11 articles on this Page

CARNARVON TOWN COUNCIL.

CARNARVON

PWLLHELI

Advertising

Advertising
Cite
Share

ENORMOUS PRIZE SCHEME FOR JULY AND OCTOBER, 1899. WATSON'S MATCHLESS CLEANSER 16.000 Prizes- Value LIST OF PfcIZES. 1 Cash Prize of £ 100 1nA „ „ 2 Cash Prizes of £ 50 each 5 Pianos, value £ 40 each 4 Cash Prizes of £ 25 2 2 5 Cash Prizes of £ 20 each i nn n n 1°JOrgans, vahie £ 20 each 200 n n 0 Cash Prizes of £ 10 each 100 0 0 40 Sewing Machines, vaiue £ 8 each 3 -0 0 0 40 Cash Prizes of £ 5 each vnn n n 150 Cash Prizes of £ 2 each ^0 0 0 300 Cash Prizes of £ 1 each 600 Gent's UmbreUas, vaJue 15s, 450 0 0 rno r £ F rel.las> value 15s each 450 0 0 600 Cash Prizes, value 10s each tnn n n ioon°raf p'-Umbf-lla8' VaIue 7s M 112 10 0 1000 Cash Prizes of OS each okn n n 2,000 Boxes of our famous Nubolic Soap," packed in fancy boxes containing 18 12-oz. Tablets, value • • J A/\ A » 2,333 Pictures of the famous"Charge "of the Light Brigade, in gilt frame, value 4s each 4gg 12 0 8,000 Each Competition. Each Competition X4,449 2 0 CONDITIONS OF COMPETITION. CHT OFF THE TOP POBTIDN OF WRAPPER with th* -rrr. CLEANSES alid send, postage '-r cvriage WATSON'S MATCHLESS HALL. SOAP WORKS, LEKDS. not later than July Slftfor Octobert,0NS' LIM1™, WBITE- or Carriage not being paid, the parcel will be refused. Be carpfni any Parcel arrives postage THE PK1ZES will be awarded in above order TO THE SENIl^S n^m? Postage is paid "WRAPPERS. Each parcel sent in must contain the full name and aSL NUMBER OF wrappers sent must be marked on the same paper. A list giving ^i*ss^of seuder- and the number of The decision of J. "Watson and Sons, Li'miteil to be final Everv X! of competition will be e'tclospd soap. No employee of Joseph Wat-.on and Sons, Limited, wiu be eUgfblemUSt ^ave first col'tained WATSON'S MATCHLESS CLEANSER has the Largest Sale of FULL-WEIGHT I-lb. TABLETS in the World, and has proved itself to be one of thebest,Soaps ever used._gold by all Grocers, Oilmeyi &c, throughout UnitfdS MY VISIT TO NA'MOR AND THE REEL (NOT THE GIRL) I LEFT BEHIND ME." L) While doing day's duty I stole on my journey,- A siglit which my memory will dearly adore — Where Nature was teeming with beauties eomoetin* iiiach vietng in hemming in NVaior. And sewing their ma^y hued garments so variedly Fashioning tastily cloaks pretty in Spring And making the dresses of hill3, dales, and ditches, Crags, gorges, and passes imposing. Sweat Spring is so busy to make the *bard cozv His cottage profusely and deftly it dons With green polished ivy, ferns, daisies, and lily So artly to vary the environs. To view Aberglaslyn-grand pass—is enchwtino- With its lofty sides squeezing as if closing t0 clin^ And join hands together—twain guardsmen of Nature- To hinder intruder from treading. "cure And lift, up the curtains of the old hall of chieftains Walled in by tall mountains-huge chains which enchant The favoured. How charming the siehts thnw'ii iT Eojoying and gaining in olynant y 11 be And the Laslyn with mighty wild torrent of furv Yet. white as the lily, so fleetly it flows; Ever wake as if keeping the Pass guards from sleeoW Preventing foes nearing its narrows. And yet without asking I got leave for angling— They're never refusing whose fishing is fair- And Glaslyn is getting a free seat for studying Whether sitting or lying the whole ydar. °' 'was Monday of Easter, my fnephew, a clevJr Expert amateur, by the river's wild rim He took QLtslyn's photo in nis open air stui'o A bare mopsy grotto-to greet him. A snapshot so cunning, of myself there afishing He took quick as lightning while casting my gear Where the Laslyn swift rashes through the grandest of That gorges the niches of Nature. 0f Passes Forgive me presuming 'twas not my rough bungling Prevented me catching—my fishing was fair! But the scene of surrounding grand beauty alluring My soul in to rev'ring the river. ° SpeUbound fascinations stole all my attentions In bardic communions, companions combine Compleiely forgetting my reel when returning 'Hind leavirg my rattling pet troutline. With Glaslyn as charmer I lingered-no wonder! In muse as a master none better can be. In his ivy-clothed dwelling on Namor's breast perching deposing and nestling so nicely. l"g> For the trout rod tYou lent me I thank you sincerely The reel-when so dreamy with thee I left there' So friend may I afk thee to sand it back auiolrlv The post fee I'll pay thee w'lhout bother. I pray that the weather will soon become warmer Inviting me thither—I gather the gear For Gwynant to cast on with determination Of demon for Sa'mon this Summer. Plasweunydd, Blaensu Festiniog. Glaslyn. f Dr. E Lloyd Roberts, Chester. t Mr Tra- ISSALLT. =========^teT' KTantmor'

Family Notices

THE WELSH NATIONAL PRESS COMPANY

Advertising

Sale of Property and Shares.

PORTMADOC

Advertising

PWLLHELI