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Important to Advertisers The combined circulation of these Journals is such as to ensure the most extensive publicity for all announcements throughout Wales, amongst English firms having business relations with. the Principality, and amongst Welshmen generally throughout the United Kingdom. < "LARGEST CIRCULATION IN WALES. Established 180?- "THE NORTH WALES CHRONICLE," And Advertiser for the Principality. "The Oldest Established Newspaper in North Wales, nd extensively circulated every FRIDAY for SATURDAY throughout Wales and amongst Welsh- men in England, Ireland, and Scotland. Advertise- ments for insertion in the "North Wales Chronicle should reach the Office not later than FRIDAY MORNING. Price, One Penny. Free by post for « Year 6f6 prepaid, and 7/6 on credit. It ciroulates among the upper and middle classes throughout Wales, those who possess purchasing power, and is con- sequently justly esteemed a first-rate paper for advertisements of real property, whether for sale by public auction or private treaty; while in re- ipect of letting estates, mansions, houses, farms, etc., it is considered by the principal auctioneers «nd land agents one of the best papers in the Princi- pality. Established 1854. THE ORIGINAL LLANDUDNO DIRECTORY AND VISITOR, Containing List of VISITORS for Llandudno a.nd District. The "Directory" can be obtained in Llandudno 8t the Publishing Office, Caxton House, 133, Mostyn- street. Splendid medium for Advertisements, which should be received at the Offices in Bangor, or in Vandudv-o, on FRIDAY MORNINGS. During the Summer Months a bi-weekly is published on WED- NESDAYS and Advertisements should be received not lat-er than TUESDAY MORNINGS. FRI- DAYS issue Free by Post for a Year 6s 6d prepaid, and 7s 6d on credit. Established 1881. G W A L I A. A High-class Welsh Newspaper, price Id. Eight Pages, 56 columns. Every Monday Evening. Sold regularly in every Town and Village throughout Wales, and in Liverpool, Manchester, etc., by over 600 Agents. The contents of the Paper are particu- larly directed to the landed gentry and farmers, the industrial and eneral working classes, the literary basses, especially Clergy and Ministers. Publishers The North Wales Chronicle Cc., Ltd., Cbxton House, Bangor. SCALE OF CHARGES. ORTH WALES CHRONICLE," "ORIGINAL LLANDUDNO DIRECTORY," and "GWALIA" (Welsh). Per Line Per Inch a. d. P&rUaw-,riary Notices, Election Address 1 0 10 0 Prospectuses of Public Companies and Government and Chancery Notices 0 9 7 6 Legal and Public Notices, Sales of Real Property,and Miscellaneous 0 6 5 0 'Publications, Local Concerts, En- tertainments, ec. 0 3 2 6 The above Advertisements are Scaled by Type Measure, the actual print lines not being counted. When Advertisements are inserted in more than one paper, a deduction of 50 per cent. off Scale Price is made for each extra paper. TRADE ADDRESSES.—These are inserted at Reasonable Rates, varying according to space taken up and number of insertions ordered; when tne srder is for 52 insertions, the price is Is per inch Single Column, and 2s per inch Double Column. A considerable reduction is made when more than two inches are taken. PARAGRAPH ADVERTISEMENTS. Charged At 6d per line Special Poaitions at 18 per line. CHEAP PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. — Under the head of "Wanted," "To Let," or "To be Sold," One Inserticii. In In 2 Papers In 3 Papers. One or 2 Insertions or 3 Insertions Paper, in One Paper. in One Paper Worda. ad. e d a d 18 10 19 2 0 44 1 6 26 3 0 32 2 0 3 3 4 0 48 SO 4 0 50 Additional insertions charged pro..rata Three- pence extra if replies are to be addressed to the Office. ftemittances.—Cheques and P.O. Orders to be made payable to D. \v ifiianm.—Stamps not received for amounts exceeding Two Shillings and Sixpence. College and School BOOKS! 3d. in 1/- DISCOUNT allowed to bona fide Students and Scholars. NIXON & JAR VIS, Bank Place, BANGOR. And UPPER BANGOR. W. Richards FISH, GAME & POULTRY MERCHANT, 172, 174, and 329, HIGH-STREET, BANGOR. BRANCH SHOP AT 329, HIGH STREET. ICE AND ALL F08EIGN GAME IN STOCK. Telephone, No. 3d. 19583 XT7"T/^ O Artistic, T3vgienlc. can l)e re- VV JLVJT>0 dressed in any style, fit guaran- tees. Finest workmanship. Detection impossible. TIT) T vt f T71 CJ made on the premises r X\j f 1\| PJ O in a/1 shades of cnrled hair, whiot will stand all climates and wet weather. Guaranto remain in curl. From 7/6. HP A U Q of Human Hair. Extra 1 J\ I J.ji O fine quality from 2/ mrde up at 2/- pa COMBINGS oun. PRIVATE SALOON FOR LADIES' HAIRDRESS- ING AND SHAMPOOING. JPncew on application to R. B. WATSON, Opposite The Cathedral, 17W1 BANGOR. C1 AMBRIAN RAILWAYS. — TOURIST J TICKETS*, are issued from the Principal Cam- brian Station's to all Health Resorts en the Cam- brian Railways; also, to Watering Places in Eng- land, North- Wales, English Lake District, North- East t, etc., etc., etc. ri AMBRIAN RAILWAYS. WEEK END vj EXCURSION TICKETS will be issued every FRIDAY and SATURDAY to EDINBURGH and GLASGOW (by the direct route, via Whitèhurch, Crewe, Preston, and Carlisle), available for return on the following SUNDAY (where Train Service permits), MONDAY, or TUESDAY.—For Parti- culars of Fares, etc., see Handbills, issued by the Company.—C. S. DENNISS, Secretary and General Manager. 3494 IX) EEKLY aiid^FfJRTNYGHTLY~EX CUR SION S. VV —Every WEDNESDAY during July, August, and September, Cheap Weekly and Fort- nightly Tickets will be issued from Aberystwyth, Borth, Aberdovey, Towyn, Dolgelley, Baimouth, Harlech, Portmadoc, Oriccieth, Pwllheli, Machyn- lleth, Llanidloes, Rhayader, Builth Wells, New- town, Montgomery, Oswestry, Ellesmere, and Wrex- ham, to LONDON (Euston and Paddington). avail- able for return on the following WEDNESDAY or WEDNESDAY WEEK. Similar Tickets will be issued from LONDON during the same period, available for return on the following MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, MONDAY WEEK, or WEDNES- DAY WEEK. 35061 ZTa mbr ia nrailw a y s. — cheapweekT O END EXCURSION TICKEiS are issued every FRIDAY and SATURDAY to fBirmingham, Wolverhampton, fWalsall, fPeterborough, tDerby; tBurton-on-T'rent, fStafford, tooventrv, Man- chester, Preston, Blackburn, Bolton, Leeds, Dews- bury, Huddersfield, Liverpool, Birkenhead. Wigan, Warrington, fLeicester, + Shrewsbury, Bradford, Sheffield, and + Northampton, from Oswestry, Llan- ymynech, Llanfyllin, Montgomery, Welshpool, Newtown, Llanidloes, Machynlleth, Borth, Aber- ystwyth, Aberdovey, Towyn, Barmouth, Dolgelley, Harlech, Portmadoc, Penrhyndeudraeth, Oriccieth, and Pwllheli. SIMILAR '1ICKETS are also issued from Aberystwyth, Borth, Aberdovev, Towyn. Bar- mouth, Dolgelley, Harlech, Penrhyndeudraeth, Portmadoc, Criccieth, and Pwllheli to Shrewsbury. ttick-ets to those Stations are not issued from Welshpool. Pass-engers return on the MODA Y (r lUESDA Y following issue of Tickets. For full particulars as to train times and fares, see bills.- SIMILAR WEEK END AND TEN DAYS' TICKETS are also issued from Liverpool, Man- chester, Stockport, Chester, Crewe, Stafford, Shrewsbury. Bradford, Leeds, Oldham, Hud dec in- field, Halifax, Rochdale, Wakefield, Blackburn, Chorley, Acerington, Burnley, Bolton, Wigan, Warrington, Preston, Leicester, Derby, Burton, Stoke, Burslem, Hanley, Birkenhead, Birmingham, Wolverhampton, Wednesbury, Walsall, Petorboro, Northampton, Hull, Sheffield, Barnsley, etc., etc., to Oswestry, Llanymynech, Llanfyllin, Welshpool, Montgomery, Newtown, Llanidloes, Machynlleth, Borth, Aberystwyth, Aberdovey, Towvn,, Bar- mouth, Dolgeiley, Harlech, Portmadoc, Cnccieth, and Pwllheli. WEEK END EXCURSI )N TICKETS will be issued every FRIDAY and SATURDAY to EDINBURGH and GLASGOW (by the direct route via Whitchurch, Crewe, Pres- ton, and Carlisle), available for return on the fol- lowing SUNDAY (where Train Service permits), MONDAY or TUESDAY. For particulars of fares, etc.. see handbills, issued by the Company. 3569 AMBRIAN RAILWAYS. COLLECTION AND DELIVERY OF PASSENGERS' LUGGAGE.—Passengers' Luggage is Collected and Delivered by the Company or their Official Town Porters at the following Stations-: -Aberystw-vth, Aberdovey, Barmouth, Criocieth, Towyn.—Applica- tions addressed to the Stationmasters at the respec- tive Stations will receive prompt attention.—C. S. DENNISS, Secretary and General Manager, Oswestry, August, 1901. 3543 ( A AMBRIAN RAILWTAYS.—GLASGOW INTER- IM NATIONAL EXHIBITION, MAY to NOVEMBER, 1901.-On FRIDAYS, August 30th, and SEPTEMBER 13th and 27th, 1901, Excursion Tickets, available for 4, 8, or 16 Days, will oe issued (by the Direct Route, via Whitchurch, Crewe, Preston, and Carlisle) to Edinburgh and Glasgow.—For particulars as to Fares, Train Times, etc., see Handbills, issued by the Company.—All information regarding Excursion Trains and Tourist Arrangements on the Cambrian Railways can be obtained on application to Mr W. H. GOUGH, 1'ra.ffic Superintendent's Office, Oswestry. C. S. DENNISS, Secretary and General Manager, Oswestry, August, 1901. 3547 CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS. — A WEEK IN SOUTH WALES! On FRIDAY and SATUR- DAY, October 4th and 5th, 1901, CHEAP EXCURSION TICKETS will be issued to CAR- DIFF, SWANSEA, MERTHYR, NEWPORT (Mon.), NEATH. DOWLAIS, etc., etc. GLAS- GOW INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION. On FRTDAYS, October 4thl 11th, 18th, and 25tih, EXCURSION TICKETS, available for Four, Eight or Sixteen Days, will be issued to EDINBURGH and GLASGOW.—For full particulars as to train times, fares, etc., see handbills issued by the Com- pany. All information regarding Excursion Trains and Tourist Arrangements on the Cambrian Rail- ways can be obtained on application to Mr vV. H. GOUGH, Traffic Superintendent, Oswestry. C. S. DENNISS, Secretary and General Manager, Oswestry, September, 1901. 3563 CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS. BIRMINGHAM c ONION FAIR., September 26th, 27th, and 28th 1901. On THURSDAY, September 26th, CHEAP ONE DAY and TWO and! lHREE DAYS' TICKETS will be issued to BIRMINGHAM. GRAND MUSICAL EISTEDDFOD. NEW BRIGH- TON TOWER. September 28th, 1901. On FRIDAY and SATURDAY, September 27th and 28th, EXCURSION TICKETS will be issued to NEW BRIGHTON. For full information as to train times, fares, see handbills issued by the Com- pany. All information regarding Excursion Trains and Tourist Arrangements on the Cambrian Rail- ways can be obtained from Mr W. H. GOUGH, Traffic Superintendent, Oswestry.—C. S. DENNISS, Secretary and General Manager, Oswestry, Septem ber, 1901. 3563 CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS.—TRAIN ALTERA- TIONS.—The following alterations will be made on and from OCTOBER 1st, 1901 DOWN The 8.5 a.m. Oswestry to Aberystwyth will leave Oswestry at 8.20 a.m.. and! be later throughout; the 10.15 a.m. Whitchurch to Oswestry will be dis- continued; the 2.20 p.m. Special Express from Welshpool to Aberystwyth, Barmouth, etc., will be discontinued the 12.15 p.m. Express from WTiit- church to Aberystwyth, Barmouth, etc., will be discontinued; the 1.20 p.m. Talyllyn to Aber- ystwyth, Barmouth, etc.. in connection with the 10.50 a.m. from Cardiff, 10.55 a.m. from Newport (Moi^, etc., will be discontinued; the 4.20 p.m. WelaSpool to Aberystwyth will be discontinued; a New Train will leave Whitchurch at 4.25 p.m. for Oswestry and Wrexham, in connection with the 3.0 p.m. Express from Manchester (London-road), and 2.40 p.m. from Liverpool (Lime-street) the 5.20 p.m. Whitchurch to Aberystwyth will be dis- continued the 8.40 p.m. WhitchuTch to Oswestry will leave at 9.55 p.m.. and; run correspondingly later throughout; the 9.50 a.m. Moat-lane to Builth Welds will leave Moat-lane at 10.15 a.m. the 2.55 p.m. Moat-lane to Brecon will leave at 3.10 p.m., and the intermediate times be slightly altered; the 7.40 a.m. Machynlleth to Pw lheli will leave at 8.3t a.m., and be later throughout; the 10.42 a.m. Machynlleth to Pwllheli will leave at 11.5 a.m., and the intermediate times be altered throughout-; the 9.45 a.m. Train from Carnarvon will run through to Pwllheli. UP Ilie {15 a m- Aberystwyth to Oswestry will be discontinued the 8.40 a.m. Aberystwyth to Machynlleth will leave at. 7.50 a.m., and rum to Glandovey Junction only; the 9.10 a.m. Aberystwyth to Whitchurch will leave at 8.15 a.m., amd be retimed throughout; the 9.5 a.m. from Barmouth, and 9-35 a.m. from Aberystwyth to South Wales, Cardiff, Isewport (Mon.), etc., will be discontinued; the 1.35 p.m. from Barmouth, and 2.15 and 2.45 p.m. from Aberystwyth to London jEuston and Paddington), Birmingham (New-street and Snow hill), Manchester (London road), Liverpool (Lime-street). etc., will be discontinued; the 10.10 a.m. Aberystwyth to Barmouth wi 11 be diaoomtinued; the 9.50 a.m. from Pwllheli, 11-35 a.m. from Barmouth, and 12.5 p.m. from Aber- ystwytlh. will leave Pwlheli at 10.30 a.m., Bar- mouth' 12.7 p.m., and Aberystwyth 12.30 p.m., and be retimed throughout; the 11.15 a.m. from PwUbeii will leave at 11.40 a.m.. and Barmouth 12.50 p.m. a. New Train will leave Pwllheli at 11.0 &ra., CLTHI run, through to Cairoaxvon; the 4.4o p.m. Pwllheli to Portmadoc will not run; the 9.15 p.m. Pwllheli to Portmadoc will leave at 8.50 p m and be oaxlier throughout; too 6.40 a.m. Brecon to Moat-lane wilt leave at 7.25 a.m., and be later throughout, FAST TRAINS will run as under: 1.15 p.m. from Aberystwyth to Welshpool and Wliitahuroh; 3.25 p.m. We shpool to Aber- ystwyth (with connections from ana to Pwllheli, Barmouth, etc., during October and June), rhese Trains connect with London and North-Western and Great-Western Company's Trams, to and from all puu.-For full particulars see Company s Time Tables.C, S. DENNISS. Secretary and General Mwwg'Pr, Oswestry, September, 1901. 000Z TASTEFUL, FC0N0M1CAL FURNITURE! THAT WILL LAST A LIFETIME. J Forwarded Free to any Railway Station in the United Kingdom. ra v Our Special Parlour or Dining Room Suite g *0\ consists of Couch, Lady's and Gent's, and 4 small Chairs. R3 In SOLID Oak, Walnut, or Mahogany luxuriously H IliQ |\ upholstered in best Imperial Saddlebags, richly embossed jfyj figured Velvet, or Crockett's best quality English Leather D| HHImnmiiii Cloth, the backs being padded with the same material. EES In ordering, please state the wood and colours of coverings Q preferred. Extra Small Chairs can be supplied at E i Guinea each. Every article is spring seated. jgjj fBUA Kwfl CASH PRICE 1 || c £10. loss; | OR ODBniT ■ £ 1 Is- down, and 10 Monthly Pay- II uncoil ments of One Guinea; or £ 1 la. Ba and 21 Monthly Payments of Half-a-Guinea. H The Bedroom Suite consists of Wardrobe, 3ft. nj 6in. wide, and nearly 7ft. high, with large full-length H highly-polished mirror, bevelled edges, carved panels, H and large long drawer underneath; 3ft. 6in. Dressing 1LJIII -IT! f| H Table with b-autiful large bevelled minor, two jewel drawers, two small drawers, and two extra large ones; {J ^]|| U M 3ft. 6in. Washstand fitted with fine Sicilian marble slab, ]j| double row of majolica tiles in back, pedestal cupboard | J | ~J H vinderneath, and towel rail; two Cane-seated Chairs are Vrr^i J 1| |i Q Sa also supplied with the suite. This Bedroom Suite is 1 r| #1 H supplied in American Black or Satin Walnut, Mahogany, Vl I If I' H or Oak, and is solid throughout, every article being l| M Iwell-polisiied by hand labour. In ordering, please say H CASH PRICEt ■ c -elom loss I OR 91 is OaCniT ■ £ 1 Is. down, and 10 monthly payments "s ->1^ H visCUl I ■ of One Guinea; or £ 1 is. and 21 ■ Monthly Payments of Half-a-Guinea. H THE easiest ghair in the world. I The Masterpiece of a skilled upholsterer. An exquis- H Wv^LTT combination of comfort and elegance designed to give H ljS f-ii.H -y simultaneous rest to all parts of the human fiame. H DESCRIPTION. — Birch Frame, turned legs, polished M walnut colour, mounted on castors, upholstered with puri- B fied wool, best linen web and coppered steel springs, B buttoned back and arms, covered in superior tapestry, and B finished with a deep wool tasselled fringe, in art shades. B Price Cash, £ 2 8s. 6d., or monthly payments as below. B Carriage paid to any Railway Station in the United B Kingdom. CASH PRICE ■ ■ 48s. 6d. SSAAE| Or 5s. with order, and 10 Monthly Payments of 5s. ■ jf ™ I D ■ Ihtnuands of Tatimmialt expreuing delight with Ihe excellent H BB| value given and the Firmijutt method of butineu. 19 FURNISHING Co., I DEPT. | Pembroke Place, Liverpool. I P R P I" It will save you pounds in Furnishing I I" KI* P if you send fox* oup .Ulustrftted Cata- B ■ ■■ ™ ■ logue, Price X^ists, &o. H S WINIFRED'S CHURCH OF ENGLAND PUBLIC BOARDING SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, BANGOR, N. WALES. Visitors: The LORD BISHOP of S. ASAPH. The LORD BISHOP of Bangor. Provost: The Rev. ARTHUR TALBOT, M.A. Lady Warden Miss J. L. LATHAM, Girton College. Headmistress: Miss F. J. DAVIES Cambridge Classical Tripos, Class 1; London University B.A. Honours in Classics and French. FEES.— £ 35 a year, with a Special Reduction of B5 for Welsh or Irish Girls. A TECHNICAL SIDE has been established in connection with the School, where Girls may learn Laundry Work, Cooking, Domestic Economy, Needlework, etc. 10458 FRIARS SCHOOL, BANGOR. The school WIN re-open on Thursday, SEPTEMBER 19th, when Two Entrance Boarding Scholarships of L15 each per annum will be OFFERED for OPEN COMPETITION. Further particulars on application to the HEAD- MASTER. 21774 COUNTY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS COLLEGE ROAD, UPPER BANGOR. Headmistress Miss MASON, B.A. THIS SCHOOL will OPEN for the WINTER TERM on WEDNESDAY, September 25th, 1901 The Entrance Examination will be held at the School at 'lEN o'clock on TUESDAY, September 24th. The Headmistress will be at the School House on MONDAY, September 23rd, between 4.30 p.m. and 6.0 p.m. Particulars, Prospectuses, and Entrance Forms may be obtained from the Clerk (Mr J. GLYNNE JONES, Masonic Chambers, Bangor). 21782 ST. DEINIOL'S SCHOOL, UPPER BANGOR (FRIDDOEDD-ROAD). f) OYS' Select School. Preparation for Scholar- ships to Public Schools. Private Tuition. Next Term: SEPT. 19th, 1901.—For Proepectusej, apply-D. J. DAVIES, Bryn Deiniol, Bangor. 21324 PIANOFORTE LESSONS. MR R. R. MORRIS, of Bangor Cathedral, is prepared to accep't PUPILS for the PIANO- FORTE. Special terms for children. Mr MORRIS is also open to receive ENGAGEMENTS as ACCOMPANIST at Omcertg, etc. Apply, 21, Caellepa, Bangor. 20550 GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL, Bridgnorth, Shropshire. Principal: MISS WILLIAMS. THIS SCHOOL offers a thorough MODERN -L EDUCATION, combined with every Home Comfort. Pupils are prepared for all Public Examinations. During the last three years 280 Certificates haye been gained. The school is a centre for the Oambridge, Trinity College, and Incorporated Society rd Musicians, Examinations, Kindergarten, Gym- nasium, Tennis. For Particulars, apply to the Principal. yiOLIN LESSONS. MISS ISABEL HEWITT and MISS MAR GARET HEWITT give LESSONS a* Oirq or Pupil's Residence. Petimaenmawr, Conway, LIandudno, and Col- wyn Bay visited. Bodafon, Upper Bangor. 14837 r.on TOBACCONISTS <±/ZU COMMENCING. See Rid. Guide (259 pages). Smoke 3d, "How to Open a Cigar GROWN Store, JB20 to 22000. HEAD Tobacconists' Outfitting Co CIGARS. 186, Euston-road, London Retail Everywhere. Established 1866. { Re DAVID WILLIAMS, Deceased. A LL PERSONS having any claims against the A estate of the late David Williams, of the Llangollen Hotel, Bethesda, Car Proprietor, who died on the 2nd September, 1901, are requested to send full particulars thereof to the undersigned, the Solicitor for the Administrators, D. GRIFFITH DAVIES, 21928 Bank Chambers, Bethesda. AMERICAN LINE UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS. SOUTHAMPTON—NEW YORK SERVICE. SOUTHAMPTON to NEW YORK SATURDAYS, at Noon. HIGHEST CLASS of Accommodation for Sal- oon, Second Cabin, and Third Class ^assen gers. LIVERPOOL PHILADELPHIA SERVICE. Every WEDNESDAY. LIVERPOOL TO PHILADELPHIA, Calling at Queenstown every Thursday. Passengers and Goods are landed at Philadel- phia on the Wharf of the Pennsylvania Railroad, which haa the Shortest and most Direct Route to all places in the Western States.-Apply to Rich- ardson, Spence and Co., Southampton or Liver- pool, or to Local Ageiits:-Edward Jones, 173, High-street, Bangor; Hugh Hughes, 8, Market- row, Amlwch; Mrs Cath. Williams, 50, High-street, Bethesda; T. J. Williams, Meirion-terrace, Blaenau Festinlog; W. Jones, Rose Hill-street,Con- way; O. Jones, Old Post-office, Penygroes; T. Evans and Co.. Station Chambers, RhyL 8136 \| I 4 f NORDDEUTSCHEE LLOYD J> I ? I i.. IMPERIAL MAIL STEAMERS to AUSTRALIA, CHINA, JAPAN, etc. The Steamers of this Company are 20,000 tons displace- ment each, and are despatched at fixed dates, via the Suez Canal, which is by far the shortest and most direct route to Australia, China, and Japan. The N.D.L. is the largest Steamship Company in the world, and since its inauguration has carried over four millions of passengers safely across the Oceans. Through third-class fare from Liverpool to Austrolia, P,15 13s; to China, 227 4s; to Japan, R28 6s.-Apply to Ramsden and Co., Passage Brokers. 21 and 23, Water-street. Liverpool. 3351 PWTTLTH ELI. No Visitors to North Wales should fail to see GLYN-Y-WEDDW with its Stately Hall and Beautiful Galleries. THE DELIGHTFUL GARDENS Are now at their best. Admission to Ground and Gallery, 6d. p OMBINED TICKETS — including the Marine v l Iram Drive of eight miles—Is. Through Tickets issued at reduced rates from all Stations on Cambrian Railways. Special terms for Schools, Picnics, etc. Refreshments on the Grounds. For particulars apply S. Andrews and Son, Estate Offioe, Cardiff-road, Pwllheli. 21328-3479 Benthyg Ariaq ynGyfririachol 0 £10 I FYNY. w had-dalu yn fan symiau, neu fel ag y gell: cyd-drefnu, AR NODYN ADDEWID YN UNIG, a chyda neu heb feichiafon. NI CHODIR DIM TALIADAU RHAGARWEIN. IOL. NI CHYMERIR DIM BILLS OF SALE. fELIR SYLW DIYMDROI I YMOFYNWYR. YMAE FFIRM MR PAYNE wedi ei sefvdlu er y flwyddyn 1870, ao mae efe bob amser wedi cario ei fusnes yn mlaen DAN EI ENW EI HUN V mae wedi cyson ymdrechu i actio mewn dull leg a gwyneb-agored, ac y mae wedi derbyn CAN OEDD LAWER 0 LYTHYRAU 0 WERTHFAWR- OGIAD A DIOLCHGARWCH oddiwrth r fu yn delio ag ef. Am dystiolaethau, gweler Pamphledau, gyda Prospectus, Telerau yr Eobwyn. ion, neu unrhyw hysbysrwydd dymunadwy, yr hyn a anfonir yn ddidraul ond apelio, un ai yn beraonol neu trwy lythyr, at GEORGE PAYNE, ACCOUNTANT, 3, Crescent-road, Rhyl AM BOB MATH 0 Argraphwaith A- LLYFR-RWYMIAD EWCH AT Nixon a Jarvis GYFERBYN A'R CLOC BANGOR.

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