BIRTHS. MARRIAGES AND DEATHS. BIRTHS. GRIFFITHS.—December 15, the wife of Mr Evan Griffiths, 45, Beacon's Hill. Denbigh, of a daughter. HUGHES—December 23, the wife of Mr Ed. Hughes, 12. Dinorwic Street, Car- narvon, of a daughter MARRIAGE6. ELLIS—MORRIS.— December 20, at the Baptist Chapel, Bala, by the Rev H. Cernyw Williams, D.D., in the presence of Mr J. P. Jones, registrar, Mr William Owen Ellis, only son of Mr and Mrs Owen Ellis, 9. Aran-street, Bala, and Miss Jane Morris. Glynafon, Llanrug. THOMAS ROBERTS.—December 14, at the Registrar's Office. Bangor, by Mr E, Ingram (deputy-reglsti-ari, Mr Robert Thomas, Glanaber. and Miss Maggie Roberts. Fron Park-both of Llanfair- fechan. DEATHS. HITCHINGS.—December 12, at Crrfhant, Trinity-street, Llandudno. Mr John Parry Hitchings. son of the late Mr and Mrs W. Hitchings, Carnarvon, in his 21st vear. GRIFFITHS.—December 20, Mr William Griffiths, Hvfrydle. Victo ria-road, Pen- ygroes, aged 72 years. Interment (privatel Saturday, at 1.30 p.tB. OWEN.—December 13, at 98, Aafield-road, Liverpool. Mrs Jennet Owen. the wife of Mr John Owens, and second (laughter of the late Mr William Owen, Waterloo- House, Sana, Pwllheli. ROBERTS.—December 16, at ier daughter's residence. Bodarborth, Portdinorwic, in her 78th year, Elizabeth bibberts, late of Menai View. (American papers, please copy.) ROBERTS.—December 16. at 2. Westbonrne terrace, Llangollen, Mr Oliver Robertsl late of Carnarvon, aged 39 years. ROWLANDS.—December 15. at 22. Pool, lane, Carnarvon, Mr William Rowlands, youngest son of the late Mr John Row- lands. painter. WTLIffAMS.—December 16, at 1. Balaclava- road. Carnarvon, Mr John- Williams boot and shoe maker, (late ef Tanycefn Llanwnda), aged 68 year.
OFFICIAL, LEGAL ETC. EDWIN TURNER, Deceased.. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that aif persons having any Claims or demands against the Estate of the above named, for- merly of Llewelyn Chambers and Abbots- ford, Llandudno, Architect and (Surveyor, are requested to forthwith send particulars thereof to us, the undersigned, on behalf of the Personal Representatives. j Dat-ed this twentieth day of December, 1910. CHAMBERLAIN and JOHNSON. Solicitors, Llandudno. MEETINGS CHRISTMAS, 1910. A GRAND • • €ucning Concert WILL BE 'HELD AT THE GUILD HALL, CARNARVON ON MONDAY, DEC. 26th. -01 Special Engagement and First Appearance in Carnarvon of the following Celebrated Artistes — Soprano Miss Elizabeth Hall, 'Winner at the Royal National Eisteddfod, Royal Albert Hall, London. Contralto: Miss Ceridwen Price, RHYMNEY. A Favourite of the South Wales Concerts. Tenor: Mr Watkin Hughes, Double Winner. Royal National IEistedd.f.od, z! Lla.ngollen. Bass: Mr Ellis Evans, RHOS. tinner, Roval National Eisteddfod, Cohvyn Bay, 1910. Violinist: rlnss GWENDOLEN EVANS. I Reciter MASTER R. A. HUGHES Accompanist: MR ORWIG WILLIAMS. — Door* open at 7, Commence 7.30. Carriages 10 p.m. TICKETS, 2s and Is. Special Late Trains for Lian-beris and intermediate Stations, and Panygroes and Nantlle and intermediate Stations. WILOMlN'S GRAND WINTER CARNIVAL PAVILION, CARNARVON -Sole Lessee: MR ARTHUR WILDMAN. general Manager: MR ALWYNE CARTER OPEN DAILY. Morning, 10.30 till 12.30. Afternoon, 2.30 till 5. THE Largest Roller Skating Rink in North Wales. REAL MAPLE FLOOR. EIGHTH WEEK, BOXING DAY, MONDAY, DECEMBER 26th, 1910, and during the week. ORAND VARIETIES EVERY EVENING UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. Expensive Engagement of BELLONG BROS., Sensational Cycle Act. 6 AUSTRALIAN BUSH BOYS, Vocalists. ARTHUR HANLON, Comic Trampoline Act. AERIAN and OSTARA, The Eagles of the Air. EMPRESS* Daring Escapes from Police Handcuffs, Chains, etc. WILDMAN'S BIOGRAPH, Entire Change of Pictures every Evening. Another Great Attraction, the 6 SARNTHADDRS UROUPE. Hear and See the Tyrolean Singing and Dancing. BOXING DAY Special Late Trains/will leave Carnarvon for 'Bangor, etc., 10.15. iLlanberis, etc., 10.25. Nantlle, etc.. 10.15. PRICES: 6dL 9d, Is. Late Trains will leave evelry (Saturday for Llanberis, etc., 10.15 p.m., and Nantlle, etc.. 10.25 p.m. LOST AND FOUND L3 REWARD. T OST, a SMALL DARK RED SHEEP 1 J DOG, white on legs and nose, long ha-ir and large bushy tail. Anyone bringing it to Miss Haigh, Aber-ia, Minffordd. Mer- ionethshire, will receive the above reward. MISCELLANEOUS. TBIGABDS, "the fascinating new patent Domino Game," 9d post free.—Fazaker- ley, 60 Duke Street, Liverpool. TOBACCONISTS, HOTEL KEEPERS. T send to W. Ariel Gray and Co., 35, JEverton Road, Liverpool, for Wholesale Price List, which gives the lowest prices poa- sible for any article required in the Tobacco Trade. THE LOW PRICE OF STOCK. FARMERS wishing to avoid Selling Stock or Produce at the present low prices in order to meet Rent or other pressing claim*, and requiring Financial Assistance for these objects, will do well to inquire Terms, etc., by letter or personally from GEORGE PAYNE AND SONS, 3, CRESCENT ROAD, RHYL. Established 1870. 8»i!IK» MR JONES,D.D-S. (A.D.) HP-uraL KUhGFON, CRAIG OWEN, Close to Railway Station, BANGOR At home every d;,y except TUESDAYS and THURSP A YS, from ten till six. BUSINESS ADDRESSES CHRISTMAS SHOW. -0 HENRY OWEN, BUTCHER, BRIDGE STREET, CARNARVON ) GRAND SHOW of the BEST MEAT this week as usual. TRYING WINTER WEATHER. Every Man, Youth, and Boy, to keep warm and free from Colds, should wear BRADLEYS OVERCOATS GENTS' DOUBLE BREASTED BLANKET CLOTH OVERCOATS TO MEASURE, 21/- AND 25/ Value well-known and oanncfc be beaten. Also a Choice Selection of the Newest Patterns in Men's, Youths', I and Boys' ready to wear Overcoats. Note the address THE GREAT CLOTHIERS, TURF SQUARE, C A R N A R V O N. _I SCHOLASTIC ANGLESEY EDUCATION COMMITTEE. TEACHERS WANTED. I CERTIFICATED ASSISTANTS. Llanddona C.S. (for Infants and Std. I.). Holyhead (Llaingoch) C.S., for Infants. Commencing salary, JB70. UNCERTIFICATED ASSISTANTS. Llangristioluii C.E. School. Female, salary JB45. Amlwch C.E. School. Female, salary £45. Menai Bridge C.E. School. Female, sal- ary £ 45. Llanfairynghotrnwy C.S. Female, com- mencing salary JB45. Llanrhyddlad C.S. Female, commencing salary, £45.. Beaumaris C.S. Female, commencingJM- asry. £ 45. RlhosiieigT C.S. Female, commencing saJ ary, JB45. Knowledge of Welsh essential. Canvassing prohibited. Applications, on forms provided, to be in my hands immediately. R. H. WILLIAMS Education Offices. STEAMERS SOUTH AND EAST AFRICA ROYAL MAIL ROUTE UNION-CASTLE LINE LONDON AND SOUTHAMPTON. WEEKLY SAILINGS by Royal Mail and Intermediate Steamers to Cape Colony, Natal, Delagoa Bay, Beira, and Mauritius, calling at Madeira, Canary Islands, Ascen- sion, St. Helena. J Monthly direct Service to East j African Ports i via the Continent and Suez Canal. I For Rates of Passage Money and all further information apply to the Managers, DONALD CURRIE and CO., LONDON. or to Local Agents. MBNEY I IOIlEY LENT AT SHURT NOTICE. I ADVANCES of large or small amounts A (from JB10 upwards) granted WITH- OUT DELAY on Promissory Note only. NO BILLS OF SALE TAKEN. MODERATE TERMS. NO APPLICATION FEES. BUSINESS CONDUCTED STRAIGHT- FORWARDLY. Full information supplied, either per- sonally or by post, free of cost, and all en- quiries TREATED WITH CONFIDENCE. Repayments arranged to suit borrower's con- venience.—Apply to GEORGE PAYNE AND SONS, 3. CRESCENT ROAD, RHYL. i Established 1870. j APARTMENTS AND HOUSES APARTMENTS in Carnarvon Wanted by Gentleman. — Apply Box C505, "Herald" Offices, Carnarvon. JONDON.—HOTEL GWALIA, UPPER WOBURN-PLACE, W.C. (five min- utes from Euston, St. Pancrae, and King's Cross). Luxuriously furnished. Modern conveniences. Bed, Breakfast, Bath, and Attendance from ba. X4EW CAFE, COLWYN BAY. ACCOMMODATION FOR CYCLISTS, COMMERCIAL TRAVELLERS. SPECIAL TERMS for SUNDAY ftCHOOI TRIPS, PICNIC PARTIES. Etc. WELL AIRED ROOMS. BILLIAILDN, OWEN LEWIS, Proprietor. XMAS GOODS, SWEETS, NOVEL- TIES. A!I leading lines Stocked. Best selection; lowest prices. Inspection invited. E. NEFYÐD JONES, WHOLESALE CONFECTIONEB, CARNARVON D YKIN S'a. 13KH8TERED PLUMBERS, SANTTAHY, AND HOT-WATER ENGINEIM, 9, STANLEY CRESCENT, ?OLTiHXAIL TO RE LET — T9 be Let, near: Carnarvon, SMALL FARM of over 20 acres.—For parti- culars apply, 10, Castle Street, Carnarvon. TO be Lei, at ldanberis, at a reasonable Rent, a large DWELLING HOUSE.— Apply, Box C487, "Herald" Offi0081 Carnar- von. C ARNARVON.-A LARGE ROOM in a c splendid position, adjoining the "Herald" Offices, Castle Square. Imme- diate possession. —. Apply, Manager, "Herald" Offices, Carnarvon. PORT OF CARNARVON. TO be LiET by AUCTION at the Haifcour Office, Carnarvon, on Saturday, the Eleventh day of March, 1911, upon leases, for such terms, and upon such conditions as will then be declared, Plote of GROUND (the pro- perty of the Trustees of the Harbour) sitij6 ate on the North East side of the Victoria Dock. For further particulars apply at the Har- bour Offict. W. BOWEN-JONES, A.M.Inat'.C.E., Surveyor to the Trusteee. ) 6th December, 1910. c505 TO BE SOLD FOR Saie, GAS STOVE, moderate size, in good condition, reasonable price.— I Apply, Y488, "Herald" Office, Carnarvon. HORTHORN CALVES, from big- ks framed deep milking Cheshire Short- horn Cows. Bdlls, 50s; Heifers, 36a up- wards.—Frank Dobie, Littleton, Chester. FILES. — Receipt am Eli a symudir J. Piles o bob math am Postal Order 1/1. Ymofyner a Box No. 504, "Hertild" Office, Caernarfon. FOR SALE, GIG, equal to new, to suit 14 to 15 hands; also BROWN HAR- NESS, brass mounted.-Apply by letter to Box Y489, Herald" Office, Carnarvon. GARDENING.—Bulbs, Best NaircifliM, G Tulips, Crocuses, Snowdrops, la. 100; Hyacinths, lOd dozen, cash.—j Staples, Saltfleetby. cl79 f|l O be Sold, MINERAL WATER- X WORKS, old established, no opposl- tion, in rising health resort. Rare chance for small capital.-Apply, M. W., "Herald" Office, Carnarvon. Tnr ABPS.—Triple Ha.rptr-Celtic Harps, « £ 3. Irish Harps, Pedal Harps, aU kinds of Harps.—MORLlEY, maker of the largest harp in the world, 6, Sussex Place, South Kensington, London, England. NO MOTORIST should be -without SHIPPEY'S DECARBONIZER for Petrol Engines. Full particulars from F. H. Hornblower and Co., Marlborough Street, Liverpool, proprietors' for the North. Spec- ial Trade Terms. Agente Wanted. WALL PAPERS from l*d par Roll. Any quantity, large or email, fct Wholesale Prices. Our Stock exceed ? | 450,000 Rolla, all ciMjtM.—Write for pat- terna, stating olaae required (Dept. 360),j The Barnett Wallpaper Co., Ltd., Man- Chester, fiSOIft BRUNSWICK BUILDINGS. CASTLE SQUARE, CARNARVON. THESE Commodious BUSINESS PRE- MISES (lately in the occupation of Messrs Williams, Humphries and Co.), com- prising large Double-Fronted Shop and ex- tensive Show Rooms to be SOLD or LET.— Apply, Carter, Vincent and Co., Lloyds Bank Chambers* Carnarvon. 111 ?-l-'W HIU 8^-g^Blk Es ABLISHED OVER 80 AIZARS. Telephone 59 JOHr4 D ELANY, 38. Northgate Street, CHESTER LADIES', GENTLEMEN'S & YOUTHS' TAILOR. Ladies' Coats & Skirts in all the Latest Styles a specialite. Gentlemen's Suits for all occasions receive speoiag attention. Breeches, Livery, Motor Outfits, Mournia All Garments made on the Premises b first-class Workmen* BUSINESS ADDRESSES GRIFFITH JONES¥ca HAVE THE BEST SELECTION OF NOVELTIES MOST SUITABLE AS r-+1t XMAS PRESENTS *? Call and Inspect our lisplay of JtuieT C sods. t Great Variety of Ladies' Purses from 4td. Gents' Leather Purses from 5d. OUR MOTTO IS To Give OUR CUSTOMERS THE Very Best Value FOR THEIR MONEY. Beautiful Selection of Ladies' Dress- ing Cases from 4/9. SPECIAL LINE IN — DESSERT FORKS, 2 1/111 PER HALF-DOZ. Guaranteed to wear the same colour throughout. a i/ /1 LARGE ASSORTMENT OF GENTS' DRESSING CASES from 5/11. —————— I SPECIAL LIRE — IN — DESSERT SPOONS, 1/111 I PER HALF-DOZ. 4 Guaranteed to wear the same I Colour throughout. Military Brushes in Case from 2/6. SPECIAL LINE IN DESSERT KNIVES 2/6 HALF-DOZEN. WELL WORTH NOTICE. Every Knife we sell is Guaranteed. Cigar and Cigarette Cases from 2/6 We hold the Largest and Best Selection of Cutlery and Electro Plate in Wales. — I- n 'tI E.P. Cake B&skus from 5/11 E.P. Fern Pots „ 1/- E.P. Honey Jars 1/11 E.P. Jelly Dishes „ 1/9 1 LARGE ASSORTMENT OF DINNER CRUETS from 6/9. Breakfast Cruets from 2/11. E.P. Flower Vases from 10|d. 2 E.P. Jam Spoons „ 10 £ d. j Butter Knives „ 9d. ) Meat Carvers from 3/6 per pair. } General and Furnishing Ironmongers, 9& 11, Pool Street, CARNARVON. J WAITEI I TO TAILORS.—Wanted a Good, Steady GENERAL E&UMD. — Apply, Jooee, The Pioneer, Llanfaurfeehan. WANTED, GOOD GENERAL.—Appiy Mrs Thomas, Bodreinallt, Conway. Two in family. y497 WANTED, CCeag- MOLESKINB, well dried, stretched square akins, 1.2s lOO.—Elliott, BoteRdiaie, Dies. c508 WANTED, 6QQ iPacto of Clean and White Welah WOOL.—Write, B3, "Herald" Offices, Carnarvon. YN Eisieu 500 Sacbaid o WLAN GWYN Oj'mreig.—Ytnofyner a B3, "Herald" Offices, Caernarfon. ¥N Eisiau, CWCSH AIL-LAW, • 12 i 15 troedfedd, mewn cyflwr da.—An- foner at Mr D. Roberto, Balaclava, Llan- beris. y514 i WANTED, by a large Firm of Iron- mongers in North Wales, a strong, well-educated Youth 6s an APPRENTICE. -Aprly, C512, Office of this Paper. TT OLYHEAD.—Wanted, a HOUSE con- H taming 2 Reception and 5 Bedrooms, Kitchen and usual Offices, with Bathroom. —Apply, H48, Mail" Offices, Holyhead. — i FEEDING TREACLE. — AGENTS Wanted for Sale of well known Brand amongst Farmers, HoraeownerB, Dairymen, etc. Good commission.—Box C464, of this paper. M OLESKINS.-Any quantity bought for M immediate cash during coming win- ter; state price at once.- W. Y. Now, 110, Winterbourne Road, Thornton Heath, Surrey. WANTED, COOK GENERA1L, age 24 to 26. No washing; must have good references. Welsh preferred.—Mm R. W. Jones; Holly Bank, Gonton, Liverpool. CANVASSER fcapabie of taking orders C for High-Class Drawings of iÀoyd George and others. Good commission.—Ad- dress, with references, to Box Y498, Herald" Ofacesj Oarnarvcc. D OULTRY, BUSTER, etc., Wanted, re- p guiar supplieci oi Poultry (alive; or dead); also Butteir in rolla, weekly deliver- ies. State price and quantity, to Reginald Davies and Co., ^2.18, New Kent Road, London. W- WANTED by well-known firm of pub- liahen,, an AGENT resident a* Cof- wyn Bay, to call upon Proprietors of Apart- ments and leading firms. High oofentmuasion offered, fiend retfeoreivcofl and particulars fro Box Y499, "i'BeraiiJ" Offices, Carnarvon. WANTED 1 mi ISIAU, ar unwaith, MORWYN GREF, E iach, oddeutu 25 oed, fedrus hefo i coginio, golchi, amwddio, hofE o blant, cym- eriad da, Methodist, cyfiog da.—Ymofyner a Moranedd. Valley, Mon. c501 WANTED, Smooth-coated WELSH COLLIE PUP, brown coloored. — Address, John Bult, 140, Feochurcdi Street, London, E.C. o600 MOLESKIN COMPETITION. — PRIZES Value Twelve Guineas. Half a mil- lion skins Wanted. Also Wanted, Cat, Otter, Badger, Hare and Rabbit Skins. Top prices Watson and Co., 49, Gt. Queen Street, King»wayx London, W.C. CANADA ac AMERICA. — TooynAu C gyda'r "Cunard," "White Star," "Canadian Pacific," a'r "Allan" Linea Jw caeJ gan OWEN JONES, Auctioneer and Valuer, Penygroes. D.S.—Gofelir am ym- fydwyr yn Ie-rpwl drosof trwy gytundeb IF you have any vlbancies for Employ- ment, we should be glad to supply your requirements. No charge made. We have hundreds of names on our books. Strictest enquiries made respecting charac- ter etc. Let us hear from you.—Wnteon's Advertising Offices, Oldhali Street. Liver- pool. I AGENTS Wanted by an old established London Firm to call on Farmers, Jobmasters, Brewers, Contractors, Mills, Ironworks, Collieries. Constant employment for whole or spare time. Energetic men can realize a handsome income. — Address, "Manager," 31. Ely Terrace, Harford Street, Stepney, London. TRAVELLER WANTED by one of the leading Firms of old established Wine and Spirit Merchants in the North of Eng- land—to represent them in North Wale. Shropshire and Che^hitte, Wholesale and (Private Trade. Applications only enter- tained from young, energetic men of gentle- manly bearing.Apply, C514, Office of this Paper. LIVERPOOL Branch of Old Established first ciasa tariff Fire and Accident In- surance Co. requires immediately INSPEC- TOR of AGENTS for North Wales District. Welsh Nationality or parentage, witih some knowledge of language might be considered advantageous.—Address by letter, stating age, experience, and salary, to No. C499, Office of this paper. LLANRUG CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY, "V7"N EUSIEU, MANAGER i gario ymlaen JL fuenes y Gymdeithas. Rhagoly^on da. Ceisiardau, testimonials, etc., i fod mewn llaw cyn neu ar Rha,g:fyr lOfed, Am fanylion, ymofyner a'r Ysgrifenydd, Evan W. Evans, Gwvdrvn. Llan rug. ASSURANCE ACCIDENTS OF ALL KINDS. SICKNESS, EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY, THIRD PARTY, BURGLARY, GLASS AND FIDELITY GUARANTEE RISKS insured against by the RAILWAY PASSENGERS' ASSURANCE XV COMPANY, v now incorporated with the NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE INSURANCE CO. Claims paid £ 5,800,000. 64, CORNHILL, LONDON. A. VIAN, Secretary, Agents: — Mr N. O. Jonee, Cambrian Railway, Dol- gelley. R. Edward, 14, Cybi Street, Holyhead. Mr B. Williams, Cambrian Railway, 0.. westry. Mr Parry, Railway Station, Carnarvon. Agent. required in unrepresented dis- tricts. Liverpool Offices: 7. Tithebam Street R. JEFFREYS 4, MARKET STREET, CARNARVON HOUSE & ESTATE AGENT PBOPXRTY BROKER. Madietf Settlement of AcoonnW j nit Clianta, Afml tar Fir*, Lite. Auceid«nt, aaj thks» Glaaa Innranot Cos. f»T lc*rlainu Prepeewt. i KSsj ]/S. S £ lECr<&j ) YfOSrJ? £ L/ABLE\ (1 EGETABLE //FLOWER sSEEDSAv //5EED POTATOES //GARDENING TGDLSM\ CA/$i/AG £ PA/D. C47X £ OGl/ £ POSr fR £ £ ROIAL SEED WAREHOUSE l\ OINUP-SERIES f, HEs SALES BY AUCTIOM BY MR ROBERT C. JONES AUCTIONEER AND VALUER CARNARVON. CARNARVON SMITHFIELD SALES FOR 1011. \/f R E0BER.T G. JONES will conduct the undermentioned SALES of FAT and STORE CATTLE. SHEEP, etc. — I MONDAY, JANUARY 9th. j MONDAY, FEBRUARY 6th I MONDAY. MARCH 6th. MONDAY, APRIL 3rd (EASTER SALE). MONDAY, MAY 8th. i MONDAY, JUNE 5th. MONDAY, JULY 3rd. MONDAY, AUGUST 7th J MONDAY, OCTOBER 16th MONDAY, NOVEMBER 00th MONDAY, DECEMBER llth (XMAS SALE). Auctioneer's Office: 39, Castle Square, Carnarvon. BY MR ROBERT PARRY. PARISH OF LLAMENGAN. ? -SSELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. MR ROBERT PARRY is instructed to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the I Crown Hotel, Pwllheli, on WEDNESDAY ^ait Desirable FREEHOLD FARM known a& BWLCH LLAISEMGAN and FIVE COTTAGES, coo- tannng by admeagurement about 34 acres PARISH OF ABERDARON. PR ELIMIN ARY AN NO UN CEMENT, instro^ |o HOT n S CTIOX. all that FREE- TCAP known as BODERMYD AREJiDABON, immediatelv after the Sale of Bwlch. Further particulars in due course. 5, Sa-fem Terrace Pwllheli. DRAW RESrLT of the XMAS DRAW in aid of Mr J. H. Peters. Winning Num- t>eT,B —1707; 1390; 859 1644 876; 1233 172; 2426; 2711; 2426; 27111: 24,30; 3313; 475; 609 1538 86 977 956 2786; 621; R. R STYTHE & CO ACCOUNTANTS, ^JDITORS, AND ESTATE AGENTS, 39, BANGOR STREET, CARNARVON DEPARTMENTS OVERDUE AND TROUBLESOMJ8 ACCOUNTS COLLECTED. LOANS UN PERSONAL SECURITY MORTGAGES, k SALES NEGOTIATiEDf ESTATES MANAGED. EXECUTORY, ADMINISTRATORS BANKRUPTCY, Jc OTHER ACCOUNTS PREPARED k INVESTIGATED. CARE OF THE EYES. -0- Why go to Liverpool or Manchester when you can have your EYES Scientifically Tested, and Spectacles or Eyeglasses ro rly fitted by H. C. HOUGHTON at moderate pricess. — Only Address: 23. Eastejate Street, CHESTER. Formerly Manager for Wood Abraham Repairs done on the premises cheaply and promptly.. No agsnt or travelling epresenta- tive employed. Tel. No. 858y1 RICHARD 0. WILLIAMS, BRUNSWICK SMITHY, ST. HELEN'S ROAD (THE QUAY) CARNARVON. I GATE AND RAILING MAKER. I GENERAL SMITH, SHOEING, AMD REPAIRER. ESTIMATES ON APPLICATION.
EVANS & JONES MONUI&ENTAL JYJASONS GRANITE MARBLE, & STONE. ST, HELEN'S ROAD (QUAY *> CARNARVON. -o STONES RENOVATED. INSCRIPTIONS CUT. A S