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ROYAL HOTEL, CARNARVON, (LATE UXBRIDGE ARMS), EDWARD HUMPHREYS, PROPRIETOR. POSTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. LONDON AND NORTH WESTERN COACHES SUMMER ARRANGEMENTS FOR 1874. ON APfEH J una 22nd, the ROYAL SNOW- DONlAN 4-Horse Coach, will start from the Royal Hotel, and Railway Station, after the arrival of the 9 25 iLw. train vary day (Sundays excepted), ROUND SNOWDON, ,viaWn Head to Beddgeiert. allowing half an hour to aee Aberglaslyn Pasa and. Bridge, thence through the Vale of Gwyuant, Peuygwryd, in view of Capd Corig Lakes, and through the far famed Pass of Llanberia, passing the Slate Quarries of the late Assheton Smith, Esq., and Dolbadarn Castle, to the Padarn Villa Hotel, arriving at the Royal Hote!, arnarvon, for dinner, and in time for trains for Rhyl, Cheater, &o. E. HUMPHREYS, Proprietor. Tiokota are issued for the rounds at Rhyl, Abergele, Llandudno, ditto Junction, Conway, Penmaenmawr, Llanfairfechan, Bangor, and Menai Bridge. Rey&l Hotel Coach Office, June 16th, 1874. 2755A54 CASTLE HOTEL AND POSTING ( HOUSE, BANGOR. J. D'ENMAN, PROPRIETOR. BANGOR TO BETTWSYCOED, AND BETTWSY- COED TO BANGOR. la conjunction with the Loudon aud North Western Railway, Company. ,1' 0 U H Through ,c; the Vale ofNant No.4. By Rail folJJ byl alJd ititoji-tuociiate Stations to Bettwsy- coed, thence per Coach to the Swallow Waterfalls, Capel Curig, the base of'Cariiecid Llewelyn, and Carn- odd Dafydd, the Vale of Naut Francou, alid the Great Penrhyn Slate Quarries, and on by R-s.il from Bangor at 7 15 p.m. to the Stations at which the Ticket was obtained. Passengers for Conway, Llandudno, and Rhyl, are also allowed to travel by the 9 0 p.m. Train from Bangor. The Coach in connection with this Tour leaves the Railway Station and ."Castle Hotel," Bangor, after the arrival of the Train from ithyl, &c., at 8 42 a.m., reach- ing Bettwsyooed about 12 0 noon, in time for the Trams to Llandudno,- Rhyl, &c. Tickets for Tour No. 5 B can be obtained at the Castle Hotel," Bangor. The time allowed at Bettwsyooed between the arrival of the Train sad departure of the Coach will afford Passengers an opportunity of partaking of refreshments, and will enable thorn to visit the well kyown Fniry's Glen," a distance iroto Bettwsj eoeu of Mbout a miie aad a balf. A sapply of vehicles always in readiness at the Station. TOUR No. 4 TO COMMENCE ON 29TH JUNE. A. M. Rhyl 10 45 Abergele and Pen Barn 10 56 Llanfairfechan 10 26 Penraaenmawr 10 32 Conway. 10 45 Llandudno 10 35 Llandudno Junction 11 30 P. M. Bettwsycoed afro 12 10 M dep. by Coach about 2 0 Bangor arr. „ 5 30 depart by Train 7 16 2805-866 1: BEDDGELERT. V < ROYAL G 0 A T H O T E L. NEW ROUTE, 1874, ON and after the 18t day of July, a Coach will run daily (Sundays excepted) from the Royal Goat Hotel, Beddgeiert, at 9 o'clock a.m., to meet the 10.50 train at Portimadoc Railway Station, from Aberystwith, Machynlleth, and Dolgelley, and on its -arrival, will leave the Sportsman Hotel, and the Sta .w tion for the Royal Goat Hotel, Beddgeiert, which L'otel 1 the Coach will reach at 12 o'clock at noon, calling at the Royal and Madock's Arms Hotel, Tremadoe, passing on its Route through the celebrated tnd beautiful Pass of ALn.¡slM1J'D, li■ •.roVv nliowing pu.it,iea time to lunch uliio to view Gelert's Grave and the. sublime Scenery arouad. At 2.15 p; m. ,.the iiinie Coach will proceed through the picturesque Vala of Gwynant (under the base of Snowdon), and on-past Peuygwryd, to the world renowned Pass of Llanbevis, arriving at the Padarn Villa. Botol, Llanberis, in time for the 5.50 train to all parts of the Kingdom LLANBERIS, BEDDGELERT, AND PORTMADOC. A Coach will aiso leave the Padarn Villa Hotel, and the Liaubens Railway Station, on the arrival of the 10.16 traiu from Chester, Rhyl, Llandudno, Con- way, Venmaentnawr, Bangor, etc., for the Royal Goat Hotel, Leddgolert, and for the Portmadoc Railway Sta tion, and the Sportsniaii Hotel, Portmadoe. This Coach will reach the Goat Motel, at 12.30 noon, in time for luncheon, leaving at 2 o'clock p.m. for Portmadoe, to meet the 3.48 p.m. down train, returning to Beddgeiert immediately after the arrival of the Train. R. HUMPHREYS, Proprietor. Royal Goat Hotel, Beddgeiert, July, 1874. ifty Parti holding Tourists' M on thy Coach Tickets of the London and North "Western Railway, or the Great Western Railway, will be conveyed by these Coaches, tnay break their journey afc Beddgeiert. 873-2814 _.t -p -0. CUMBRIAN RAILWAYS. SEA SIDE EXCURSIONS. EVERY Monday in September, Cheap Day E Excursion Bookings to Barmouth at the ollowing Times .and Fares:-From Dolgelley, dep. 50 a m "Penmaanpool, 9 0 Barmouth, arrived 9 35. Fares for the douhley journey—First class, 2s j third olass, la. Returning Barmouth at 5 28 p.m. • 2739 r HENRY OAX f l.if,. Traffic Manager. Oswestry, June 30, 1874. EVERY Monday M September, Cheap Day Excursion Bookings to Towyn, Ab^rdovey, Borth, and Aberystwith at the following Tsmes and Fares:-From Pwllheli, dep. 6 20 a.m; Avon Wen, 4 30; Cricc'eth, 6 40 Portmadoe. 6 53; MinffoM-1, ? 0; Penrhyndeudraetli, 7 4; Talsarnau, I 9. To Towyn—3rd class, 3& to .^berdovey — 3rd class, 3s Od to Brth-3rd chfss, B. 6.1; to Aberystwith 3ru 4*Harlech, 7 2.5; Dyffryn, 7 33; Dolgelley, 7 10; Pesimaeopool, 7 20. To Towyn—3rd <jl»ss, 2B 3d; to Aherdovey—2s 6d; to Borth 3rd claas-3" to Abervstwiih, 3rd class, 3a bd. RlOllouth, 2 46 Arthog, 7 28; JJarmouth Junction, 7 53. To Borth—3rd cUw, 3; to Aberystwith —3rd class, ta 6d.—Llwyngwril, 8 4 TOWYD, 8 18 rl\ Borth —3rd class, 2s 3d to Aberystwith—3rd class, 2s 9d.— Borth arc, 9 56 Aberystwith, 10 15. 284'3 • Now Ready.. PRICE THREEPENCE. THREE HOURS IN THE GLEN OF ABER. A gossiping account of Aber and its attractions, by the author of A Russian Ghost Story," &c. Published by Messrs. Douglas Brothers, Bangor. News-agents can obtain supplies on the usual terms. FOR SEPTEMBER, PRICE ONE PENNY. DOUGLAS'S RAILWAY TIME TABLE COACHING AND STEAM PACKET Guide for North Wales CONTAINING ALSO A LIST OF FAIRS AND CALENDAR FOR THE MONTH, with a MAP OF NORTH WALES, SPECIALLY ENGRAVED FOR TtilS GUIDE., The Guide may be obtained from most Booksellera and at the Railway Bookstalls. On receipt of Eighteen Penny Stamps, the Publisher will forward the Guide for twelvemonths to any address. [f booked to order the charge will be Two Shillings. CA-HNAKVON, NOHTH WALES. /f.ESSRB E H OWEN AND 80N respect- IV1L fully announce that their NEXT PERIODICAL SALE OF HORSES, CARRIAGES, CATTLE, SHEEP, IMPLEMEK TS, &c., will take place* on Saturday, the 19th day of September, 1874 (as usual), at the YARD of the ROYAL HOTEL (close to the Railway Station), Carnarvon. Entries to be sent to Messrs Owen and Son general auctioneers, Bridge-street, Carnarvon. 3159 TO GOVERNMENT CONTRACTORS, COLLIERY PROPRIETORS, RAILWAY CONTRACTORS, TIMBER MERCHANTS, AND OTHERS. GROWING TIMBER ON THE GLANRAFON ESTATE, CARNARVONSHIRE, NORTH WALES. 1/TE'SSRS OWEN and SON are favoured iVi, with instructions TO SELL BY PUBLIC TENDER, subject to conditions, the following splendid Timber 729 OAK TREES, 838 DO. POLES. 91 ASR TRELS. 170 ALDER. 23 BEECH TREES. 222 SYCAMORE DO. 2463 LARCH, SPRUCE, and POLES. 4 SCOTCH FIlis. 4 SILVER 1'0. 2 ELMTHEES. 335 ASH POLES. 1636 ALDER DO. 1534 LARCH SPRUCE. Catalogues, fee., are now in oonstruetion, and may be had j fJ 10 days from EVAN HUGH OWEN AND SON, Auctioneers and Valuers, 3168 Carnarvon, N. W. SEFYDLWYD YN 1874. LLAIS Y WLAD, NEWYBDIADUR RHAD AT WASANAETH Y GWEITHIWR CYMREIG Yn cynnwys Wyth Tudalen, wedi ei argraffu mewn llythyrenau eglur ar bapyr da. Erthyglau Arweiniol ar Byngciau y Dydd. Hanes y Marchnadoedd, crybwyll- ion amaethyddol, a hoil Newyddion yr WythnoB. PRIS UN DDI MAI. Y cyfrwng goreu ynNghjmru i Hysbysiadau, canys argreffir DENG MIL 0 GOPIAU BOB WYTHNOS yn barod, ac y mae ei gylchrediad yn cynnyddu yn barhaus ymysg boneddig a gwreng. Dyraa yr unig- newyddiadur Cymraeg sydd yn cael ei ddarllen gan BOB DOSBARTH 0 GYMDEITHAS, Pob archebion a thaliadau i'w badfon at Mr K. W: DOUGLAS, Bangor, yr hwn sydd hefyd yn barod i roddi telerau manteisiol i, DDOSBARTBWYR YN MHOB ARDAL. Y mae yr adroddiad Seisnig o ddadl grefyddol y Rhyl nfewydd ddyfod allan o'r wasg, a bydd yr argraphiad Cymraeg yn barod cyn pen ychydig amser Ymddengysfod y cnwd o fedrych (mush- ,i-ooi?zs,),mc)r doreithiog yn Mon, fel y mae cerbydres neullduol yn eu cludo o Gaer- gybi yn ddyddiol. BRYANT AND MAY'S NEW REGISTERED PATENT SAFE- TY MATCH STANDS will be found invaluable for use wherever Patent Safety Matches are frequently required. The great difficulty has been to make a Stand for these well knowo matches on such apian that the friction sur- facti could at all times be renewed without expense or de lay. This has noW been accomplished, and these new r Stands can be obtained through any Grocer, Chandler, Tobacconist, or Ironmonger, at one shilling each—3 de igns, N08.100, 101. and 102. TOURISTS AND TRAVELLERS, Visitors to the Seaside, and others exposed to the soorching rays of the sun and heated particles of dust, will find ROWLANDS* KALYDOR a most refreshing preparation for the face, hands, and arms, allaying all heat and irritability, dis- persing freckles, taD, and cutaneous eruptions, and realising a healthy purity of complexion. In cases of sunburn or stings of insects, and as a preservative of the skin after sea bathing, it is indispensable. Price 4s. 6d. and 8s. <5d. per bottle. The heat of summer also communicates a dryness to the Hair and causes it to fall oft which may be completely obviated by the use of RO WL A N DS' M ACS8 A R 01L. Price 3s. 6<1., 7s., family bottles, equal to 4 small, 10s. 6d., and 21s. per bottle. ROWLANDS' ODONTO imparts a pearl-like whiteness to the Teeth, strengthens the gums, and gives a pleasing fragrance to the Breath. 28.. 9d. per box. Oi all Chemists, Perfumers, and Hairdressers. 970—3156 VALUABLE DISCOVEBT FOR THE HAIR.-If your hair is turning grey or white, or falling off, use The Mexican Hair Renewer," for it will positively restore in every cane Grey or White hair to its original colour, without leav- ing the disagreeable smell of most14 Restorers." It mnkes the hair charmingly beautiful/as well as premotiug the growth of the hair on bald spots, where the glands are uot decayed. Certificate from Dr.. Vevsmann on every ü01;tle, with full particulars. Ask your Chemist for T,HE MEXICAN HAIR RENEWER," prepared by HENRY C. GALLUP. 493 Oxford-street, London, and sold by Chemists and Perfumers evorywhere, at 3s_6d per Bottie. IF THERE ARE ANY LADIES who have not yet used the CHKENFIRLD STARCH, they are respectfully solicited to, give it a trial, and carefully follow cut the directions printed on every package, and if this is done, they will say, like the Queen's Laundress, it is the finest Starch they evur used. When you ask for GLSNFIELD STAKCH, see that you get it, as inferior kinds are often substituted for the sake of extra profit. Reware therefore of spurious imitations. AT EIN GOHEBWYR. TREBOR MAI.—Yr oedd ein colofo farddonol wedi ei cbyssodi pan ddaebh eich englycion peaigamp i law. GWILTJJ ALLTWEN,—Yr ydym wedi bodmor brysur fel ag i fethu darllen y cyfansoddiad hyd yn hyn. OGWKNTDD.—Pi in y gweddasai i'r llofifion. Y mae y gair ladies" yn niwedd yr englyn yn ein taraw yn chwithig. UN OEDD YNO.—Y mae tafodiaith y cwmwd y ceieiwch ei efelychu yn hollul aunealladwy i ui. Newyddion sylxil, os gvvelwoli yn dda. MRWN LLAW.—John Griffith, Un o Feibion Mon, Dafydd Eppynt, Alawn, Wil Pedrog, Gohebydd, Beta, Owen Williams, &c. Cofied eiii Gobebwyr ysgrifenu ar un to i'r ddalen yn unig, a bod genym hawl i dalfyru eu hysgrifau. Cyn belled ag y gallwn, bwriadwn gau allan newyddion ileol dibwys, er mwyn gwneud y Llais" ymhob ystyr yn NEWYDDIADUR CYFFREDINOL a CHENEDLAETHOL. Pob gohebiaetbau i'w hanfon erbyn bore Ni awrth, neu os gellir yn gyut, a'u cyfeirio, —The Editors, LLAIS Y WLAD, Bangor. TELERAU GWERTHIAD IJLAIS Y WLAD." Pris pob copi unigol yw Un Ddimai, neu un Geiniog gyda'r post. Os bydd rhai o'n derbynwyr yn dewis ei gael trwy y Hythyrdy yn rheolaidd, anfonir ef iddynt bob DOS Jall am Is 3c y cbwarter, os tj}jr ymlaen llaw. Anfonir sypynau i Ddosbarthwyr am bedair cem- iogadimaiy dwsin gyda'r tr6n,aphumceiniog gyda'r post DOSBARTHWYR Y^MSIEUT" Carem glywed gyda throad y post oddiwrth y rbai a ddymunent gael eu pennodi yn ddosbarthwyr LLAIS Y WLAl). Cilnt yr elw arferol, a chaa ein bod wedi DYBLU MAI NTIOLI Y PAPY K, y mae hyny, ynghyda'r pris isel yn sicrhau CYLCHREDIAD ARUTHROL. Anfoner yn ddioed at y Parchetog, Mr K. W ■■■' DOUGLAS, Bangor.

DYDD GWENER, MEDI 11, 1874.…