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ESTABLISHED 1868 I MR. PAXTON HAR DI N G, Surgeon Dentist, T:v C A R.NART O M, BEGS to inform the Inhabitants of North Wales that he has Remvoed from JD BELMONT HOUSE, to his new and more convenient premises, BRONALA, NORTH-ROAD, CARNARVON, » Nearly opposite the Railway Station, where he may be Consulted Daily, FREE OF CHARGE, as for past years, in all cases relating to the TEETH, and continues to Supply every description of ARTIFICIAL TEETH, with all the Latest Improvements, at very Moderate Charges. Gold Fillings on the New American Principle. BRONALA, CARNARVON, NOVEMBER, 1875. Frke Medal* were gained by Ma at Chetter in 1806, and at Aberystwyth in 1865, FOR THE BEST WELSH TWEEDS AND WINSEYS JOHN MEYRICK JONES, MEYKICK HOUSE, DOLGELTBT, -7 Sole Prize Medal holder in Bolgelley and Merionethshire, TTAVING gained esiebrity for his genuine HAND-LOOM WELSH WEBS and WELSH 1 | TWEED CLOTHS, has lately greatly extended his business, and is now prepared to supply HAND-LOOM WELSH FABRICS, consisting of TWEED CLOTH, FISHING CLOTH, FLANNELS, WEBS, LIN3EY8, and "WELSH WHITTLE SHAWLS, in various colours. Mr Jones personal] superintends the Manufacture at his own Mills froai pure Mountain Wool, at Manufac- turer's Prices, far belo those charged for inferior articles usually sold as Welsh" by English manufacturers. Clothing made from these materials are worn by the Nobility and Gentry for Shsoting, Fishing, Cricketing, and Travelling, &c., and being entirely MANUFACTURED OF PURE MOUNTAIN WOOLS, without inter mixture, will be found very durable. Or Wholesale and Retail Orders executed at the shortest notice. Cash or Reference expected with all mew Orders. WELSH WYNNSTAT SHOOTING CLOTH, 2s. per yard. CLOTH FOR FISHING SUITS, 2s. 6d. per yard, very superior CLOTH, at 4k 3d. per yard. Five peroent. Discount for Cash. Patterns sent free per post on application to Mr JOHN MBTBICX JONBS, Meyriek Houae, Dolgelley. II. JOMS respectfully cautions bit Customers against unprincipled persons who are in the habit of taking the Snfc opportunity of sending spurious patterns of Flannels and Tweeds, which are not Welsh," and thus causing ibapixuntment, as he is the only maker in Dolgelley or the county of Merioneth who has obtained Prize Medals for &eee favourite Welah Goods. 7082-1186 CO-OPERATIVE CREDIT BANK, MANSION HOUSE CHAMBERS, 11, QUEBN VICTORIA STREET, LONDON, E.C. FIRST ISSUE OF CAPITAL, X500,000, In Subscriptions ef £1 and upwards. Ne further liability. Open to all. Each Cash Subscriber is entitled to Interest in lien of Dividend at the rate of 21 10s. per cent. per month per cent. per annum, which will be paid in CASH. TRUSTEES LIEUT. GENERAL J. H. GASGOIGNE, C.B., Ivybrid&e, Devon. THE REV. W. F. GOOD, D.D., Newton Abbot, Devon. H. R. SNELGRORE, Esq, County Chambres, Queen Street, Exeter HENRY WALKER, Esq., Fowler Height, Blackburn. ACCOUNTANTS and AUDITORS :— MESSRS. R. W. HUDSWELL and Co., 23, Martin's Lane, Cannon Street, E.C. MANAGER and PROPRIETOR RICHARD BANNER OAKLEY, F.R.G.S. ory-ent accounts opened, and five per cent, interest allowed on the Minimum Monthly B tlanees Cheque Book upplied. The Bank grants credits, and issues Circular Notes for the Continent and A.m«rioa and transac •very description of sound financial business. -=: DENBIGH BRANCH,-YALE STREET, J. A. YORK, Manager. HAXELL'S ROYAL EXETER HOTEL. WEST STRAND, LONDON. SUITES OF ROOMS. s. D. s. D. breakfasts 1 d 6 Drawing Room with Bedroom en suite. 10 6 12 6 ■Umners trom. 0 SERVICE. I f BEDROOMS. Bedrooms for o, person 0 Eachperson 1 6 Ditto for t," persp nmiS Hotel, situate ia the most open part of the West Strand, close to the Theatre JL Operas, Places of Amusement, and objects of interest, is in style and comfort equal te any in Lou don whil the charges are moderate in the extreme, and are never varied. The Hotel contains upwards of Oûe Hundred Rooms, and an elegant and well-appointed LADIES' COFFEE ROOM, with Reading Room. BOARDING TARIFF.-Very many Visitors having expressed a desire tolive in the Hotel at a fixed chalgtl, to- ndude all and every expense (Wine, ke.. alone excepted), arrangements have been made by which Families'can live in the Hotel, with use of Coffee Rooms, Ladies' Saloon, Bedroom, &c., and most liberal Board includiii three course Dinner, for the sum of Teh Shillings each person per day. The Kitchen is under the direci'iou of one"of the first Chefs iii England. The Breakfast Table here is superior to any London Club House. The excellence of the Cuisine th> beauty dt&ieacy, and cheapness of the Wine are universally acknowledged, and here, mirabiU dictu. thev nlarl « Ml (jlaret before you at 2s per bottle.—Vide Public Press. J 1 aju n, SPECIAL NOTICE.—For the convenience of Visitors, upon the reception of letter or telegram, places secured them at any of the Theatres, &c. g ESTABLISHED 1812. — PliOCTOR AND RYLAND'S BONE AZURES, PREPARED FOR-TURNIPS, GRASS, WHEAT, BARLEY, OATS. POTATOES, &0, ALSO SUPERPHOSPHATE OF LIME. I CHESTER AND. BIRMINGHAM. AGENTS. Mr Lewis Jones, Llwynon, Llanfair, Anglesey. Mr John Lewis, Trewyn Farro, Mynaddfwyn, Llanerchy- medd, Anglesey. Messrs J. and O. Edwards, Merchants, Pwllheli. Mr Jos. Lloyd, Miller, St. Asaph. Mr J. J. Bancroft, Chemist, Ruthin. Mr Evan Newell, Towyn, Merionethshire. Mtssre James Davenport and Son, Corn Merchant- Wrexham. M r Godfrey Parry, Llansanlif.aid, Corwen. Mr R. 1 uucnas, Llandderfel, Corwen. Mr Peter Jones, Corn Merchant, Halkin, Holyweli. Mr William Dew, Junr., Bangor. VI r VV ihiam Davies, Talycafn, Llanrwst. VIr Robert VaUghan, Llansannan, Abergele. Mr Thos. Owen, Hendy, Carnarvon. Mr William Jones, Nanc Gwilym, Bodfari, Rhyl. AJr William JOùes. BrvnsJon. Caerwvn. FToIcwnli Mr Robert Robert, Tau Rhew, Groes, Denbigh. PRICE LIST, WITH PARTICULARS OF PRIZE^ OFF^ERED^FO IT ROOT CROPS FOR 1876, POST FREE MR. NICHOLSON OPERATIVE MIWlOAJ, DENTIST, COLLEGE ROAD, UPPER BANGOR. 11 -1 1- ot







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