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TO BE INCORPORATED UNDER THE COMPANIES ACTS, 1862-1867. THE CWM ISSA, CAPEL CURRIG, SLATE QUARRY COMPANY (LIMITED). Proposed Capital, X20,000, in 200 Shares of £100 each DEPOSIT, E20 per Share, on Application, £ 20 on allotment, and the remainder as required first call not exceeding £ 20 per share in not less 'han three months from date of allotment; the second if required, in not less than twelve months from l*te of first call; and the third call, if required, in not than twelve months from date of second call. (In the event of no allotment, the deposit will be returned 111 full.) DIRECTOBS fee appointed by the Shareholders at a meeting called for that purpose. BANKKKS: £ HE NORTH & SOUTH WALES BANK, Llanrwst. Rossis WILLIAMS & CO., The Old Bank, Bangor. PUGH, JONES, & CO., Bankers, Bethesda. SOLICITOR, pro. tem. J. R. GRIFFITH, Esq., Solicitor, Llanrwst. AUDITORS be elected by the Shareholders at a meeting called for that purpose. SECRETARY, pro. tem.: Mr. W. J. PARRY, 32 High-street, Beth sda. OFFICES, pro. tem. 3 & 4, WILLIAMS' COURT, BETHESDA. PROSPECTUS: This Company is formed for the purpose of acquiring working the Cwm Issa Slate Quarry, near Capel Urrig, North Wales. The property is held under an agreement for a lease 60 years, from the thirtieth day of May, 1872, on following favourable terms, viz.:—" An annual rental of £ 20 for the first three years of term, and afterwards an annual rental of £ 40, ^G'giog into the low royalty of 2s 6d per ton (computed izerglug into the low royalty of 2s 6d per ton (computed I ti elht) for slates (slab and ton slates excepted) for the rllt 20 years, and for the remainder of the term a I toyalty of 36 per ton (computed weight) for slates (slab ton slates excepted), and 2s per ton for all slab and 400 slates. The property comprises about 77 acres of land, and the situation is exceedingly advantageous for the opening °ut of an extensive quarry, having ample and most con- yenient tipping ground, and having also a suftkent and ^ttBtant supply of water on the property to work exten- 'e and powerful machinery for sawing and dressing sitba and slates, and ether purposes. Quarry managers of the highest standing have ex- plained the property, and speak in the most tattering terms of the Quality and quantity of slate rock on the elltate. The slate is of a superior quality, and in all respects litoilar to the renowned Festiniog slate. The slate on the property is very extensive. The top rock 18 oaost promising, and all the slate rock on the property, as far as it has been proved, is of a very superior quality. It is a well-known fact that the slate trade has never °eea so brisk, and the demand for slates so great, as at the present, the prices having advanced from 25 to 30 cent, within the last two years, with every promise a healthy continuance of a flourishing trade, The cost of cartage to the Bsttws y-coed Railway Sta- *l°n (being a distance of six miles) will be only 5s per and as the Bill for the construction of a lioe ef tail-ay from Portmadoc to IMtwB-y-coed has received "ae Royal assent, and such line running through the Property, the expense will be very materially diminished, a direct communication between the quarries and portmadoc opened, thus affording the Company the ^antages of exporting their slates by sea as well as by The vendor agrees to accept the Bum of £ 7,500 as the Purchase money for the whole of his interest in the ^Perty, leaving a balance of working capital of p2,500, which undoubtedly will be more than sufficient J? make the quarry a payiDg concern. Of this sum of JiSOO the vendor agrees to take £ 2,506 in paid-up 8hares. ^ith the present advantages, natural and acquired, with prospects so exceptionally promising, there are strongest reasons for believing this enterprise will "t only succeed as a means of investment, but will re- in profits equalling those realised by reuownod Sanies in North Wales. Application for shares, accompanied with a deposit of Q per share, to be made to the Banker, Solicitor, or at Offices of the Company. The shares will be allotted Rotation, consequently an early application is neces- « of fcke estate may be inspected at the offices of jj ^oiapany, where any other information may ie ob- 17aed January, 1876. FORM OF APPLICATION FOR SHARES. IIE CWM ISSA, CAPEL CURRIG, SLATE QUARRY COMPANY (LIMITED). 1 k 0 Incorporated under the Companies' Act?,. 1862-67. I CAPITAL, £ 20,000, IN 200 SHARES OF £ 100 EAOII. the Directors of the CWM IsSA, CAPEL CU-RFJG r> SLATE QUARRY COMPANT (Limited). Sl^teiEN, Having paid to your Bankers, Solicitor, or Secre- >ji|' the sum of £ as deposit, I request that you Gn me shares in the Cwm Issa, Capel Slate Quarry Company (Limited), and I hereby ^\to accePl 8uctl share8« or auy less prober which a^otte(i to ine> subject to the regulations of the 1, O^aoy and I hereby authorise you to place my II 011 the register of members. Name in full. | Address Profeesion (if any). Date. 187 (Date 187 Signature. RECEIPT. ft 187 b^^ived of the sum of **eln^e aiBounfc deposit for shares of £ 100 Ww the Cwin Is8a> CrfPel Currig, Slate Quarry Com- j( y limited), £ ^0,"e convenient, this form may be sent to the Secre- cy. With a cheque for the deposit, when the bankers' will be returned. 8407 M ISSA (CAPEL CURRIG-) SLAT E JOMPANY (LIMITED). W of the Shareholders who will have paid their 81ir before the 31st day of March, 1876, will di the British Hotel, Bangor, at 2 p.m. on i. i.e 8th day of April, 1876, to elect Directors, 5>licitor, Sacretiry, au'i other officers fi act other business of the Company. j' 11 -!■ —— —1 germaonnt and warranted cure for Pim- JJA, Scurvy, Bad Legs, Skin and Blood Die- j>res of all kinds, we can with confidence Clarke's World-Famed Blood Mixture. t l'iiiiscs everywhere. d( Enaint GWELLA-PAWB ,=,:n. JONES$ zwowawvwmww (Trade Mark wedi ei gofrestru.) NEU GYFAILL, PAWB. Y FEDDYGINIAETH OREU thag y Scrofula. Seurvy, Anhwyldeb y Croen, a Briwiau o bob math, Gwellha Hen Glwyfau, Coesau Drwg. Gwellha Glwyfau ar y Pen a'r Gwddf, Gwellha Pendduon ar y wyneb. Gwellha Glwyfau y Scurvy. Gwellha Glwyfau Llosgiad Tan ac Ysgoldanu. Gwellha y Ringworm, Crafu, a'r Piles. Gwellha Lygaid Gweinion a Dyfrllyd. Gwella Eiliau Coch a Chlwyfus. Gwellha Ennyniad yn y Llygad. Gwellha Bilen ar y Llygad. Gwellba Wendid yn y Llygaid. Gwellha Lygaid Tost Plant, &c. Esmwytha Ennyniad (Inflammation) mewn ychydig oriau, a syn u'ida y dolur yn dra buan. Ar werth mewn llestii, Is lic, 2s 9c, a 4s a 6c yr un. PURYDD HYNOD Y GWAED. pYMMYSGEDD GLANHAOL JONES A'l GYF. a ystyrir y feddyginiaeth oreu yn yr holl fyd i buro y gwaed oddiwrth bob anmhuredd, gan nad o ba achos. Y mae yn enwog i wella toriadau allan, pen- dduon, llygaid clwyfedig, ringworms, scrofula, scurvy, pilep, &c. Y mae hefyd yn enwog i wella y gymmalwst a'r gewynwst. Gellir ei gymmeryd ar bob tymhor yn ddiberygl. Ar werth mewn poteli 2s 3c a 4s 6 yr un, ac mewn blychau (yn cynnwys chwech cymmaint) am llsyrun. PESWCH! PESWCH!! v MAE BALSAM HOREHOUND, TOLU, J- A LINSEED JONES y goreu er gwella pob math o Beswcb, Diffyg Auad), a Brest Caeth. Arwerth mewn poteli Is lie, 2s 2c, a 4s 6c yr un. PELENI LLYSIEUOL JONES ydynt y goreu yn y byd er gwella Diffvg 1 reuliad, Gwynt, a Phoen yn yr Ystumog, Afiechyd yr Afu, Dolur, yn y Pen, Dolur yn y Ddwyfroo, Diffyg Ar- chwaetfc, Dolur yn y Gefo, Gravel, &c. Y mae miloedd wedi eu gwella gan y Peleni hyn. Ar werth mewn blychaa Is Ile, 2s 9d, a 4s ic yr un. Yn rhad drwy y post ar dderbyniad 15 neu 36 o stamps. GWELLTANTAU HYNOD. 13, Milford Street, Lerpwl lonawr lOfed, 1671. Foneddigiou, -Teinalaf lawer o hyfrydwch wrth ddwyn tystioiaeth i ddirfawr effeitbiolrwydd eich Balm Peswch. Y mae yn nodedig, canys darfti i un gostrel- aid fecban lwyr wella fy ngwraig o anwyd bliu, crygni, a llwyr golliad ei llais. Argymhellwn ef i bawb a botJn- ydir gan yr anwyd. Yr eiddoch yn ufydd, J. MONCK Cross Foxes Cottage, Llanfair-Caereinion, Welshpool, lonawr 13eg, 1873. Foneddigios,—Gyda phleser a byfrydwch yr ydwyf yn ysgiifenu atoch ich hysbysu fod eich Pcleni gwynt gwertbfawr wedi fy ugwella yn hollol-yr oedd arnaf cbwant bwyd yn fy ngwely y noson gyntaf ar ol eu cymmeryd,—ac yr oed lwn yn meddwl lawer tro wrth fyned i'w gwely na fuaswn yn codi o hono, ond yn awr yr wyf yn meddu ar ysbryd a chalon newjdd fe hoffwu i'r byd wybod am danynt. Yr eiddoch, yn ddiolchgar, Meistri Jones a'i Gyf. JOHN MORAAN. YMNLIYSGEDD AT Y GYMMALWSI. c (Jones's Gout and Rheumatic Slixture). (Jones's Gout and Rheumatic Mixture). Y mae hwn yn feddygiuiaeth sicr i'r Cryd Gyutmalau, Gout, Lumbago, Sciatica, Tic a'r ,.Dclannodd. Gwneler prawf o hono.—Ar werth mewn poteli, Is lc a, 48 6c yr un. GOLCHDRWYTH JONES AT Y CRYD- GYMALAU (Jones's Rheumatic Embrocation) yw y feddygioiaeth oreu er gwella Crydgymalau, Gout, Lumbago, Neuralgia, Ysigiadau, Chwydd- iadati yn y Cymalau, &c. Y mae miloedd wedi ei brofi yn effeitbiol. Pris Is 6c a 2s 6c y botel. 14, Sand Street, Great Howard Street. Lerpwl, 25iia Gorphenaf, 1872. Anwyl Syr,—Y mae'n ddedwjdd genyf ddwyn tyst- iolaeth o blaid effeithiau rhyfeddol eich roed-lyginiaeth i'r Crydgymalau. Darfu i un Gostrelaid fy nghwbl wellhau i, ar ol dyddiau a nosweithiau o arteitbiau dychrynllyd. Gail unrhyw un a ddymuno gyfeirio ataf. Yr eiddoch yn gywir, DAVID THOMAS. JONES'S TIC-MIXTURE AND NER- VINE. Meddyginiaeth effeithiol yw hon at y Tic-Doloreux, Neuralgia, y Ddanuodd, a phob gwyniau yn esgyru y pen a'r gwyneb. Y mae braidd yn at,ff,ieledig yn ei heffeithiau gwellhaol. Gwellha y ddannodd heb dynu y dant. Prisoedd -Tic-Mixture, Is lie a 2 9d y botel, Nervine, 74c, Is ljc, a 2s 9c. rgARWYTH JONES ER GWELLA. CYRN. 1 Y mae hwn yn feddyginiaeth effeitbiol er din- ystrio cyrn ar y traed, dafadenau, ao afiechyd y croen, &c. Gwneler prawf, a cheir boddbad. Pris, 7!c a Is li y botel. Ceir y Meddyginiaethau uchod gan bob Fferyllydd cymmeradwy. Yn Gyfanwerth gan Evans and Sons, a Raimee and Co., Liverpool. Neu yn uniougyrehol oddiwrth y Perchenogion (trwy anfoa eu gwerth mewn stamps), WILLIAM JONES AND CO., Operative Chemists, 157, Gt. Howard-street, 405 LIVERPOOL. -+' PJILENAU HOLLOWAY.—Cyfaill y Mei-ched.-Y mae y meddyginiaethau rbyfeddol a effeithiwyd gan y pelenau byu, wedi eu galluogi i wrthsefyll y gwrthwynebiadau mwyaf gerwia am flynyddau meithion. Gwerthfawr- ogir hwynt ar yr aelwydydd mwyaf distadl yn gystalag yn y tai mwyaf gorwych a chyfoethog. Y mae pelenau Holloway yn gweithio puredigaeth trwyadl yn yr holl gyfanaoddiad, beb annhrefnu, gwahanu, nac mewa un- rhyw fodd arall ymyiaetb & gweithrediad naturiol y peiriannau. Cydnahyddir hwynt fel y moddion goreu i gyntiyrchu cbwant am fwyd, igryfhau, ae irodcii iechyd perffaith i'r cyfansod(iiio mwyaf egwan. Y maent yn rhoddi lliw ac adnewydd-deb i'r gwyneb, a thrwy eu rhinwedd meddyginiaethol, yu dadwreiddio o'r cyfau- sodditd yr anhwylderau byny a fu yn foddion i anfon miloedd o ferched i'r bedd yn gynt na'u hamser, y rhai pe buasent wedi defnyddio y pelenau hyn, a fuasant wedi cael eu hachub o grafangau angeu. GWELLHAD ARALL 0 ATMWYLDER YR YSGYFAINT WKDI BOD YN 8EFYLL AM DDENG MLYNEDD, GAN W AFF- RENAU PDLMONAIDD DR. LOCOCK. Oddiwrth Mr D. Verrent, Coist Guard, Mountcba les, Don- egal Gwelwch yn dda anfon i mi flyebaid arall o'ch Waffrenau gwerthfawr. Y mae yn hyfiyd geuyf hysbysu y cyhoedd eu bed yn Vobpeth y dywedir eu bod. Y mae genyf bleotyn wedi ei amh-ru yn yr ysgyfaint, a hwy ydynt yr unig oeth a wn:iethant iddo unrbyw ddaioni. Yr oedd yr allhwyloer wedi bod arno am ddeng mlyne 3d. Yr wyf wedi thoddi prawf ar bob m¿:drli"l1 araU yn ofer." lVewn pob aehos 0 anhwyl- der y gwddf, yr ysgyfaiat., crydcyma,lau a, phob anhwyl- der hysteraidd neu gieuol, rhoddant esmwythad union- gyrchol. Ar werth gsn bob fferj llydd yn ol Is li,c y blychaid, 4 (YN EISIEU, Dyn Profiadol fel GROOM JL a GARDENER.—Ymofyner ag E. S. Greaves, Tremadoc. 403 ON SALE, a Strong Light LURRY by the best Makers.—J. Howartb, West End, Bangor. 404 AR WERTH YN ABERSOCH. B YDDED bysbys fod y Smack "BETSEY" ar werth yn y poithladd uchod. Mae hi a phob peth perthynol iddi mewn cyflwr da, ac yn barod i gael ei llwytho. Ymofyner yn ddioed & Capt. Richard Owen, Tan-y-mynydd, Bryncroes 38 5 VALUABLE FREEHOLD ESTATE IN DENBIGH SHIRE, FOR SALE. jVrESSRl W. DEW & SON have receivod instru; tions to offer for sale by public auction, on Monday, the 2@th March, 1876, at the Castle Hotel, Ruthiu, Denbighshire, at four o'clock in the afternoon, precisely, subject to such conditions of sale as will be then and th re produced and read, all that highly valu- able and important FREEHOLD ESTATE Called "PEN Y LLAN," situate in the Parish of I-lanynye, in the County of Denbigh, immediately adjoining on the East to property of Lord Bagot, on the North to a highroad leading from iititliin t,) Cyffylliog, which separates the said Es ate from property of Robert Roberts, Esq., and Griffiths, Esq., of Caerhudd, on the West to lands of — Thomas. Esq, of ParkMostyn, bounded on the South by the centre of the stream of the River Clywedes;, which separates the said Estate from land of Mrs Owen and Mrs Mostyn, and cousistifig of a sew and substantial Dwelling House, large and commodious Outbuildiogs, and about 37 acres (little more or less) of excellent Arable, Pasture, and Woodland. The above estate is let from year to year to the brother of the proprietor, at a rental hardly more than nominal. Actual possession of almost the whole of the landt, can be ottained by November next. It is most romantically and beautifully situate on the Northern Bank of the Clywedog, and ia thoroughly well watered in all parts. Thedwelling houss is recently ereete I and in capital repair the arable land is of first-rate quality the rougher pasturage affords healthy summer feeding for 26 sheep ond the woods, which are chiefly oak, young larch, Scotch fir, and spruce, are of highly promising growth, and will, in course of time, be of very great value. Between 6,000 and 7,000 young trees have within the last few years been added to the previous stock. Mr Evans, the tenant, will show the property, and al further particulars can be obtained, and plans of the estate seen, at the Offices of Messrs W. Dew and Sen the Auctioneers, Bangor, and of Messrs Myers-Meakin and Hall, Solicitors, 16, Finsbury Pavement, London, E.C., Broughton-in-Furness and Dalton-in Furuess, Lancashire, and Millom, Cumberland. 31st January, 1876. YMRYSONFA AREDIG LLANRWST A DYFFRYN CONWY. CYMMKR yr ymrysonfa uchod le ar y — lOfed o Fawrtb, 1876, mewn maes perthynol i'r Eagles Hotel, gerllaw Llanrwst, yn agored i gylch y Vale of Conway Agricultural Society. Y gwobrwyon yn amrywio o lp i 4p yo y dosbarth cyntif, ac o 1510 i 3p yn yr ail diosbarth. Am y manyliou gwel yr hysbysleni. 406 XJEADY-MONEY ACCOMODATION.— Persons of any trade or profession, male or female, resident in London or Country, can obtain privately (without the usual Loan Office routine, delay, Law Cost" or Life Insurance) from ZIO, to X300, at 6 per cent, for any term not exceeding 5 years (repayable to suit their convenience, by P. O. Order or cheque, &c.,) upon Note of Hand, Life Policies, Furniture (without removal or publicity), Live and Deai Stack, Plant, or any available Security. No genuine application refused.—For further particulars, and Prospectus, apply personally (preferred) or by letter, enclosing stamp for reply, to Mr T. FAIR- HEAD, 117, Brixton Road, London, S.W., near Ken- nington Gate. 345 THE "GRANULAR BROWNING." (Hegistered Trade Mark.) FORMERLY known as TOMLINSON'S BROWN GRAVY SALT, should be used in every household. It imparts a rich colour and superior flavour to roasted meats of every description, to chicken and game, gravies, soups, beef tea, &c only requiring a little boiling water added to a few granules to at once produce a gravy. Sold in bottles at Is and 2* 6d, by the sole manufac- turers,^ TOMLINSON, HAYWARD and BISHOP, LINCOLN and Chemists, Grocers, and Italian Warehousemen everywhere. ONE Box ot* CLARKE'S B 41 # Pills i« warranted to cure ail discharges from the Urinary Organs, in either sex, acquired or constitutional, Gravtl and pains in the Back.- Sold in boxes, 68 6d each, by all Chemist* and patent medicine Vendors; or sent to any address for 60 stamps by the Maker, J. J. CUBKJB, Cnuaulting,Cher,ailit, High Street, Lincoln.-Wholesale Agents, BAR or, AT and Sows, London, and all the VVhokt- sale Houses} K Agent—H, G. Hughes and Son, 8, S> aad ] 0, Market fetreet, Holyhead, mWELVE CARTES de VISITE, 2s C\ J Six Is 8d. Carte enlarged to 10 inc-L i Cabinet, 2. Send carte with stamps Perfcct cep«9 and original returned free. London Photo-Graphic Co., 304, Regent Street, op- poaite the Polytechnic and 1, Norfolk Terrace, Bay* water W. F. S. D. PHILLIPS, Managor. TO THE CLERGY, PUBLIC SPEAKERS SINGERS, &c. ARE you troubled with Hoarseness, Rus- kipess, Weakness of the Voice, or any other de. ficiency in the vocal or respiratory organs for Public Speaking, or Reading, or Singing, &e. ? Try JONES' Tit EMADOO) AROMATIC VOICE GLOBULES, and ou will be relieved at once. Sold in Boxss at Is lid and 2s 9d. May be had of all Chemists, and from the Cambrian Pill Depot Tremadoc. VALUABLE DISCOVERY FOR THE HAIR.—If your hair is turning grey or white, or falling off, use The Mexi- can Hair Renewer," for it will positively restore in every cafe Grey < Whiie hair to its original colour, without leaving the disagrte-ible smell of most Restorers." It makes the hair charmingly beautiful, as well as pro- moting the growth of the hair on bald spots, where the glands are not decayed. Ask your Chemist for THE MEXICAN HAIR RENEWER," prepared by HENRY C. GAL- LUP, 493 Oxford Street., London, and sold by Chemists nd Perfumers everywhere at 3s 6d per bottle. 1 MAGNETIC APILIANCES.-Many of the most painfu and intricate disorders are known to yield to the gentle vitalising affluences of magnetism, and several cases ol spinal derangement, liver, kidney, heart, lung, and chest affections have been cured by the use of Darlow's magnetine appliances, which are recommended by man5 gentlemen of eminence in the medical profession. Mag- netine is the only original modern invention in curativt magnetism. Pamphlets post free.—Darlow and Co. 413, West Strand, London. 7718 I ADBLPHl HOTEL, LLANDUDNO. ——— CAPACIOUS AND ELEGANT COFFEE-KOOM AND DRAWING-ROOM, WITH SEA VIEW. TABLE D'HOTE I; LY sr ABLING, COACH-HOUSE, AND LOOSE OXES. OMNIBUS MEETS THE TRAINS. MR. GREENE, Proprietor, Extract from John Bull, August 31st, 1872. Of Welsh Hotels, we may mention with especial favour while the Adelpbi Hotel is far the boat is Llandudno. Notes for Tourists." 2983 Friee Merlall were gained by him at Chester in 18'.6, and at A bervtf.wyth in 1865. FOR THE BEST WELSH TWEEDS AND WINSEYS JOHN MEYRICK JONES, MEYItlCK HOUSE, DOLGELI i £ Y, Sole Prize Medal holder in Dolgollay and Merionethshire, HAVING gainea u^.sbrity for his genuine HAND-LOOf WELSH WEBS and WELRH TWEED CLOTHS, has lately greatly extended his business, and is now prepared to unpply HAND LOOM WELSH FABRICS, consisting of TWEED CLOTH, FISHING CLOTH, FLA N ELS, WEBS, LINSEYS, and WELSH WHITTLE SHAWLS, in various colours. Mr Jones personal] superintends the Manufacture at his own Mills fro.n pure Mountain Wool, at Manufae- turer's Prices far belo y those charged for inferior articles usually sold as Welsh" by English manufaciurers. Olothinii made from these materials are worn by the Nobility and Gentry (..1' Sb-otiti, Fishing. Cricketing., amd TravelliDg, &c., and being entirely MANUFACTURED OF PURE MOUNTAIN WOOLS, without inter «lxtnre, will be found very durable.. flip Wholesale and Retail Orders executed at the shortest notice. Cash or Reference expected with ail R6W WELSH WYNNSTAY SHOOTING CLOTH, 2s. per yard. CLOTH FOR FISHING SUITS, 2«. 6d. per rtrd, very superior TWEED CLOTH, at 4a. 3d. per yard. Five per cent. Discount for Cash. Patterns sent free per post on application to Mr JOHN METRIC* J ONES, Meynck House, Dolgelley. II. Jones respectfully cautions his Culitoiners against unprincipled persons who are in the habit of taking the ti*t opportunity of sending spurious patterns of Flannels and Tweeds, which are not Welsh," and thus causipg disappointment, as ha is the only maker in Dolgelley or tke otnnty of Merioneth who h«* obtained Priae Medals {•rtfeMO favourite Welsh Goods. T0&2—1186 VICTORIA MUSIC WAREHOUSE, UPPER BANGOR. J. C. CUBIT T, PIANOFORTE Á N D HARMONIUM TUNER, Late with Messrs. Broadwood, Collard and Kirkman, London. PIANOFORTES, HARMONIUMS & AMERICAN ORGANS FOR SALE OR HIRE. PIANOFORTES FBOM X16. HARMONIUMS FROM X5. VIOLINS, GUITARS, BANJOS, FLUTES, CONCERTINAS, TAMBOURINES, MUSICAL BOXES, AND ALL KINDS OF MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, ALL THE NEWEST MUSIC KEPT IN STOCK AT HALF THE PUBLISHED PRICES. INSTRUMENTS TUNED, REPAIRED, OR TAKEN IN EXCHANGE, N.B.—AN Excellent GRAND PIANOFORTE for HIRE at CONCERTS, EISTEDDVODS, PRIVATE PARTIES, Ac 938 MR. HARDING, Surgeon-Dentist, PENRALLT VILLAS, UPPER BANGOR, MAY be C insulted at the above Adilruss (Free of Charge) in all Oases relating to the r Teeth. Artificial Teeth of the best description supplied from one tooth to a complete set, without pain or inconvenience to the wearer. MR. HARDING having had many years' experience io the construction of Artificial Teeth, is enabled to ensure to his patients comfort and satisfaction, together with the beat material. Natural appearance guaranteed. Stopping in Pure Gold, and the recently discovered White Euamel, which does not discelour, and thoroughly preserves the teeth. CHILDREN'S TEETH REGULATED. ATTENDANCE AT LLANRWST AT THE POST OFFICE, EVERY 1ST AND 3KD TUESDAY IN EACH MONTH. 8223-370 ESTABLISHED 1888 1M R. P A X T O Nil AR DI N G Surgeon Dentist, CARNARVON, BEGS to inform the Inhabitants of North Wales that he has Remvoed from J) 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. ESTABLISHED 1812. PROCTOR AND MLAND'S BONE 1 AXUHES, PREPARED FOR TURNIPS, GRASS, WHEAT, BAKLEY, OATS. POTATOES, &0. ALSO SUPERPHOSPHATE OF LIME. CHESTER AND B iRMIHGHAM. AGENTS. Mr Lewis Jones, LHvynon, Llanfair, Anglesey. Mr Johniewis, Trewyn Farm, Mynaddfwyn, Llanerchy- medd, Anglesey. Messrs J. and O. Edward?, Merchants, Pwllheli. Mr Jos. Lloyd, Miller, St. Asaph. t Mr J. J. Bancroft, Chemist, Ruthin. l Mr Evan Newell, Tmvyn, Merionethshire. » Mesirs James Davenport and Son, Corn Merchants, Wrexham. Mr Godfrey Parry, Llausantffraid, Corwen Mr R. Thomas, Llandderfel, Corwen. Mr Purer J >nes, Corn Merchant, Halkin, Holywell. VIr Robert. Vaughan, Llansanoan, Abergele. Mr Th is. Owen, Hendy, Carnarvon. Mr Wiliinuj J'jnes, Nauc Gwilym, Bortfari, Rhyl. Mr William Joues, r>rynsion, Caerwjs, Holywell. W.t3ritlnhs, Cross KflYs, Chirk. Mr Robert Roberts, Tan Rhiew, Grots, Denbigh. I PRICE1L1ST, WITH PARTICULARS QF PRIZES OFFERED FOR ROOT CROPS FOR 1876, POST FREE r OS APPLICATION'.