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Sales by MessrsW Dew& Son of Bangor & -:2dn- COUNTY -o- -v- DENBIGH. ,JWLE OF VALUABLE FREEHOLD FARMS. TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, by MESSES W. DEW and SON (In pursuance of instructions received from the Trustees under the will of the late JOHN CTARLTON JONES, Esquire), at the BUI J. HOTEL, DEN- BIGH, On WEDNESDAY, July 23rd, 1902 at 2.30 p.m. precisely, subject to conditions th-en end there to be produced, the following Valu- able FREEHOLD FARMS known as— Xiot 1.-DREGo.CH IRAF, in the oocupatiGn of Walter Roberts, containing 39a. 3r. 24p, Lot 2. DREGOOH UCEGAF, in tlie occupation of John Wynne, containing 37a 3r 13p. Lot 3. MAESSHEAT, in the occupation of Mr Thomas Williams, containinz 31a. 3r. Op. Lot 4. Meadow adjoining River Olwyd contain- ing la. lr. 20p. containing in all 110a. 3r.17p. of ARABLE and PASTURE LAND, most plea- santly situated on the Eastern side of the far- famed VALE OF GLWYD: Distant one mile from Bodfari Station, and within four miles from the countv town of Denbigh. Lithographed Plans and Particulars may be had at any of the principal hotels in the coun- ties of Denbigh and Flint; of Messrs Henry Cross and Son, Solicitors, Prescot, Lan- cashire of Mr Hash Cooke, Mold; or from the Auctioneers, Banspr, Llandudno, and Car- narvon. 23304. IMPORTANT SALE OF WELL KNOWN FREEHOLD FARMS, now forming; Outlying Portions of the BARON HIT-L ESTATE, in the several Parishes of LLANFAIRYNGHORN- WY, LLANBABO, and LLANDYFRYDOG. TL ;T ESSRS W. DEW and SON beg to announce jM that thev will OFFER FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the BULL HOTEL, XEANGEFNI, on THURSDAY, the 31st dav of July next, at Two o'clock, the following well- known Farms, viz. — 2N THE PARISH OF LLANFAIRYNGHORNWY. Acres. 43AERAU, in the occupation of the Re- presentatives of the fete John Ow-en, Esq., and containing about 256 IN THE PARISH OF LLANBABO. LA5 Y GORS, in the occupation of Mr William Edwards as yearly tenant, and oontainins about 170 IN THE PARISH OF LLANDYFRYDOG. TWIN ESGOB, in the occupation of Mr v William Hughes, as yearly tenant, and containing about 83 Tofal Acreage- about. 509 Particulars with PLaaiiS and Oondition Sale may be obtained from essrs Rice Roberts and Laurie, Solici- tors, Llangefni the Auctioneers' Insti- tute, 57, Chancery-law, London; or from the 'Auctioneers, at Bangor, Llandudno, or Carnar- von. 23245. LLANGEFNI. MESSRS WM. DEW and SON will offer for SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the Bull Hotel. Llangefni, on THURSDAY, July t. at 2.30 o'clock, a Valuable FREEHOLD BUILDING SITE, ttith the building thereon, containing aibout 600 Square Yards, with a frontage of aibout 32 yards to Bridge-street, and sitil-ate in a most central part of this good market town, and now in the occupation of Mr Wm. Roberts, Minman- 4nn, Carnarvon. Particulars from the Solicitor, Mr Griffith xes, ilaiikot-tft reeb, Carnarvon, or of the I' tIçneers, Bangor, Carnarvon, and LLtfi- .dno. PARISH OF DCKLWYDDHLEN. -Itet,-een Bettwsyeoed and Blaenau Festiniog. To be offered for SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION at Bettwyycoed on SATURDAY, August 16th, by ME-&RS W. DEW and SON, the INTEREST in the UNEXPIRED TERM of the LEAJSE of the PRINCE JiLEWEiLYN SLATE QUARRY COMPANY, LTD., together with the Plant, Machinery, GoodlwiM, etc., of the Buari- inec-S as a Going Concern. Full particulars of Messrs Oaksfaott, Baxter, and Chevalier, 43, Oastle-tftrefet, Liverpool; of Messrs Davidson, Cook son ani Co., 6, Castle- street, Liverpool or of too Auctioneers. BARMOUTH. "V] ESXRS WM. DEW and SON will OFFER for SAIJB BY PUBLK5 AUCTION, at the Masonic Hall, Barmouth, on MONDAY, August 18th, 1902, the Choice Property of .CEILWART CfAiNOL, divided into lots. Particulars in due course. Solicitors, Messrs J. C. Hughes and Co., Dolgelley. MERIONETHSHIRE. MESSRS W. DEW and SON will OFFER FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the MASONIC HAT J,. BARMOUTH, on MON- DAY, Ancw-t 18th, 1902, at 2.30, the FREE- HOLD UPLAND FARM of P E N-I s A'R 0 W M, "Comprising 188 Ax-res or thereabouts, Three Miles from LLanbedr and Dyffryn Railway Stations, and Seven Miles from Barmonth. Full particulars in due course. Solicitors, Messrs Ayres and Davies, Brighton. L- _n Seles by Mr W. H. Owen. CPJCCIETH. THE IMPORTANT and FASHIONABLE WATER- ING-PLACE «nd HKAL'IH RESORT on t)b& WELSH COAST. ACCESSIBLE BY EXCELLENT RAILWAY SER- VICE TO AND FROM ALL PARTS OF THE COUNTRY. H* R WILLIAM HUGH OWEN wi-Il SELL BY JV| AUCTION, n* the GEORGE HOTEL, in the TOWN of CIMCCfETH. on TUESDAY, Ae. 22nd day of July, 1902, at Two p.m. precisely (liibjoct to conditions of Sal*: then to be produced), the Hand- some and CcauKtKikfus MARINE RESIDENCE faiown as A BERKISTEDD VILLA," Occupying an Ideal Position, overlookkig the Bay, and oommanding uninterrupted views almost un- livaALtd in obar:i<jl<r. The 3JCOOmm!(,d:a.ti.nn briefly oonsl-ts of spacious BriM and VesitibaLo, Four fine Ente rtainLug-rooms, Ninie Roon.-y Bedrooms, liuth, DoinseMsijc Offices, vrkh Garden eta, extending to & back-street. Tenure 99 wars from 1897, subject to L6 per ownum groTind rfent. Cbpy of part.ajifcir. on appli.<wtioTt to Mr Griffith .Smi,ev., Soiv^ca-, or Mi' William Ruo Owen, Aoetjoinear—both of Carnarvon. 23311 48ale by Mr J. Parry Jones. TY M_1.\YRt PiiNYMORFA, IN THE COUNTY GOT CARNARVON. IMPORTANT SALE OF FREEHOLD PUBLIC- 1 HOUSE. MR JOHN PARRY JONES has been mstructed to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION on the Bth ANY of AUGUST, 1902, at the Sportsman Hotel, Partmadoc, a4.2.30j>.m. punotoiaiiy. TY MAWR is wcil-koown as oue of tie best old l u. Public-Jbouses in the whole district, tatuated about a. mile fpom Portmadoe, and now in the occupation of Mm WILLJAMS, and will be 1 1Sold subject to thw oauditioJis there and then to be produced. Full pMttcnhBrs in dun <»ur.se. For fuitlia- partJariaa-s, apply to the Auctioneer mtt Penlan, Peiuiiyndeudraetn, or to Masons Oaanlin and WiJ, 8cl BhyL 23358 -0 -SLA AND MABBLE WORKS STATION AD CHURCH STREET, LLANGEFNI. pyantma THOS. GRAY OWEN hysbymi y cyhoedd fod zanddo gyfli-smtfer o FEDD FEINI mewn ORANITE, MARBLE. a LLECHFAEN. ao y bydd i bob archeb ne. ymbotiad dderbyn ei øylw pryd- leDaf. CERIG OALCII o bob Amrrwiaetii at CitoiliJo SISI8 5 ales by Messrs J.Fritchatd and Porter. MENAI BRIDGE SMITHFIELD. f ESSRS JOHN PRITCHARD and PORTER beg \L to announce that their next SALE at the above SMITHFIELD will be held on MONDAY, Jul-r- 28th, 1902. Early Entries aw invited, m order that they may appear in Catalogues. Bodhyfryd, Bangor fTelephone, 47). 288 P S \LE OF DNLIIGHTFULLY-SITUAITD FREE- HOLD SEMI DETACHED MARINE RESIDENCES. MESSRS JOHN PRITCHARD AND PORTER WIN SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTfi^ at tte MOUNTAIN VIEW HOTEL. PENMAETs MAWR, on WEDNESDAY, July 30th, 1902. at 2.30 p.m. Lots 1 and 2 —AS those Two WeH-budlt Semi- detached RESIDENCES known as "BRYN- EITHIN" and "GLANABER." in the MARINE- GRI5SOENT, in the several occupations of Mir WM. E. HUGHES and M. JONES, at the moderate rental of £32.e:wh per annum. Lots 3 and 4.—'The Two Wei-built Semsi-detactoed RES?IDENOES. LYNUS VIEW" aJid "HEATHER- BROW," in the occupatio n of Mrs COW ELL and Mrs GUEST, at a rental of L32 each per arnim This Propertv is situate akvse to the Railway Station, Pot Office, and Places of Worship; com- mands grand views of land and sea; and, ndmg weill'-back from the road, ensizres compliet-e privacy. For further particulars and cards to view, apply to the Auctioneers, Bodhyfryd. Bangor, or 0. H. Passman, Esq., Solicitor, Leamington Spa. 23313 TROSYRAFON, PENMON, ANGLESEY. IMPORTANT AND ATTRACTIVE SALE OF MODERN AND ANTIQUE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, LIBRARY OF BOOKS, OLD CHINA. ESSMS J. PRITCSHARD and PORTER will r SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION on the Pre- mises as above on TUESDAY, July 22-nd, 1902, com- mencing at 14LFVEN a.m. most punctually (as the Lot, are numerous), the wholo of the VALUABLE APPOINTMENTS, including an Antique Oak Satfcfo dated 1638, Antique-curved Oak High-back Chairs, Antique Oak Settee, the back carved in figures Antique Bracket. Clock, with Brass Dial, by Thomas Oartwa-ivht, Watchmaker to tine Ring Old Kngravksgs, Mahogany and Waliwit Single and y Chairs and Coaiches, Old Oak Cwpbwrda Tri- da.rn in good preservation, an Assortment of Valu- able Old Ch'imi, Antique Mahogany Sideboard, Mahogany Sarcophagus, Mahogany Gar de Vin, Antique Chipp,-n<IaJe Secretaire, fitted with seven pageon hoiosi, 41 iamer-draweins, and four xmder- drewweajs; Two Antique Rosewood Folding Card Tables, Convex Miirror, Square Pianoforte by Colfcwd and OolliLrd, Walnut Drawing-room Suite in Btimask, Antique Harp, Valuable Timepieces, y Writing Tables, Library of Books, Antique Grandfsrutber's (JiM-k, in Narrow Oak Case, by Joseph Smith, Chester: Antique Oak Dower Cbet. Services of Glass and China, the Bedroom Apposiatments, Kitchen Fumituire, Two Horse- powers, and otther Effects. On View MONDAY, July 21st, 1902, from TWO p.m. to FOUR p.m. Catalogues ma.y be obtained of the Auctioneers. Bodhytryd, Bangor (Telephone, 47). 6915 PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. RHOSNEIGR, ANGLESEY (about 21 miles from Tycroes Station). MESSRS JOHN PRITCHARD and PORTER iViL are instructed by Miss Williams to OFFER BY AUCTION, on WEDNESDAY, AUGUST Oth, Choice BUILDING SITES, facing or within close proximity to the sea. Plans and particulars are in course of prepara- tion, and when ready may be obtained from Messrs Hnghes-Pritchard and Rod way. Solicitors, Bangor Mr S. Hargraves, Surveyor, Marple; or from the Auctioneers, Bodhyfryd, Bangor. 23257 MENAI BroDGE SMITHFIELD. IMPORTANT TO BUTCHERS, CATTLE DEAL- ERS AND OTHERS. ESSRS JOHN PRITCHARD and PORTER V' beg to atinicuncft that theiir NEXT SALE at the Above S^DTHFIELD will be held on MON- DAY, July 28th, 1902, ccananencing at One p.m. prompt, and wM include 20 Head of Prime Well- fed Buirocks aid Heifers of nice weights and qiaafity, Ten Prime Haroford BuiUocks, 2! years oid, wmtfeped out and fed sijice the beginning of Aprift on cake (to be mId in one ibt.), about 200 dhoicie Yen^V.ng We&h and Cross-bred Wethers, Fat La.mbs and Cheviot Ewes, Three Shropshire &tLear- ling RaaitR Usuad1 keep or discount. Bodhyfryd, (Teiephorje 47). 3920 Sale by Frank Lloyd & Sons 650 Horses £ 32 in Prizes NORTH WALES REPOSITORY, WREXHAM. L RANK LLOYD and SONS' GREAT JULY SALES:— TUESDAY, July 29th Sinr and Double Harness Horsies. WEDNESDAY, 30th: Great Day far Hackneys, Show Horses, Cobs and Ponies. Champion Cup for finest goer. THURSDAY, 31st: Heavy Town, Lurry, Van and Young Horses. Champion Silver Cup for the best Town Mare or Gelding. ENTRIES CLOSE MONDAY NEXT, July 21st. 25277 Sale by Mr Francis Geary 2, YORK ROAD, DEGASfWY. IMPORTANT SALE Of VALUABLE HOUSE H > uD APPOINTMENTS. MR FRANCIS GEARYS F.A.I., has been favoured with instructions from the Executors of the late E. W. Keatinge to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, on the above Premises, on WEDNES- DAY, July 23rd, 1902, the whole of the Valuable HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and EFFECT'S, briefly oompri^ng :—In Entertaiaing-rooan,: Hand- some Walnut Sideboard (6ft. 9in.) with, bevelled plate Mirror back, Drawers and Cupboards; Mahogany Telescope Dining Table, hand,«ome Mahogany and Walnut Overmantels, with bevelled plates, Mahogany DLnuig-room Suite, leather seated Part Drawinff-rooin Suite, upholstered in Tapestry; Divun Ea>y and other Chairs, Walnut Occasional and other Tables, Bl"a"-mounted Curbs, Fire Bra q«es and Dogs. Smoker's Companion, Pair of Antique O^Kindoles in gilt frames, handsome Marble Timepieoe., Bronze and China Ornaments, large 'l^eteneope, Three Field Glasses, Carpets and ivugs, Laoe Ourcains, Ga% Fittings, Hand^Sewing Machine, etc. In Bedrooms: Hand.-oiae and Massive- Brass a.nd li-on BMisleads, Wire, Spring, Hair and Wool Matt. Feather Bolsters and Pillows, large and hancfeome Mahogany Wardrobe with Two Hanging Oupbotards Lnd Six Ti-ers of Drawers, and bevelled pla^-glass paiK-ls, large Mahogany Wardrobe, with three divisions- and Drawers; Two handsome Duch Dressing Set1 each set comprising Dressing Tahte with b-velled plate Mirrors, Washstand with Marble Skib aiid Tiled back, and Two Chairs handsome To?l*it Sets, Mahogany and other Chests of Drawers, Night Chair, a quantity of Bed Cloth- ing, Carpete, Fenders, Fire Brasses, etc., etc. In Office: Stained WaAruit Suite, upholstered in figured Velvet, ooenprising Couch, Two Easy Otiairs, Six Small DIJ., Fire-proof Safe by Withers, Mahogany Kneehole Office Taijie vrith Nine Drawers. In* Hall: Mahogaaiy Hall Stand with Glove Box, Mirror, and Marble Slab Two Walnut Ha.1t Chairs, Ha31 Lamp, Mats, etc. In Kitchens: Softu, Kitchen Tiibies and Chairs, Meat Covers, GI-am and China. Manafle, Lawn Mower. Plated Goods: Case of Twelve Fish Knives- and Forks, Pair of Fish Carvers in Oa^e, Fruit Dii-'h, Pair of Antique Oandkisticks, Several Cruets, Spoons, and Forks, etc., eta Also several Valuable OIL-PAINTINGS and ENGRAVINGS. On View on Morning of Sale. Sale to Oomsnenoe a.t One tfdock prompt. Terms StrxAly Gish. Auctaou and Estate Offices, Market-street, Rhyl. 23312 ASK FOR AIXI,, RTOUT. OLD STYLE GINGER BEER AND OTHER BEVERAGES. 1* 6d PER DOZEN (SCREWED STOPPER). T. Esmor Hooson, WHOLESALE BOTTLER. LJNDUDNO. 10116 AH kinds of Up-to-date Printing dcSe^at the Nortfb Wales Clironiele Commercial Printing Works.Bangor. Oi-ders for Let terpresa, Uthographic, Copperplate, and Embossed Printip" or for Book- binding and Stationery, executed at reasonable eh. Estimates free. Branche* LLdDO ADd TelepiMiw, No. 7. n AMKRIAN RAILWAYS. — AUGUST BANK HOLIDAYS ARRANGEMENTS, 1902. On FRIDAY, August 1st, EXCURSION TICKETS will be tissued to EDINBURGH and GLASGOW, avail- able flor Five, Eleven or Sixteen Days.—On FRI- DAY, Ausgust 1st. EXCURSION TICKETS will be issued to CARDIFF, SWANSEA, MERTHYR, NEWPORT (Mon.), avaiikiible for a week from daite of rs rue. ELSTEDDFOD and ATHLETIC SPORTS at PWLLHELI, Ausgust 4th. On MONDAY, August 4tih, a CHEAP DAY EXCURSION will run from MACHYNLLETH, BARMOUTH, DOL GELLEY, AFONWEN, and Intermediate Stations to PWLLHELI.—For full i.ii omiat.kwi respecting all the a,bov, see Handbill?, to he. obtahld at 'the Stations, or from Mr W. H. GOUGH, x-rasffic Superintendent, Oswefeitry. —■ C. S. DENNISS, Secretary and General Manager, OswetxtTV. July, 1902. KAMS are now conveyed between Stations on the CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS at a charge as for Two Dogs., with a Minimum of Two Shillings each Ram. AMBRIAN RAILWAYS. —TOURIST TICKETS are issued 1 from the Principal Cam- brian Stations to all Healh Resorts on the Cam- brian Railways also, to Watering Places in Eng- land, North Wales, English Lake District, North East Coast, etc., etc., etc. CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS. CHEAP WEEK- C END EXCURSION TICKEIS are issued every FRIDAY and SATURDAY to fBirminghim, Wolverhampton, fWalsall, I-Peterborough, fDerby, tBurton-on-'l'rent, tStafiord, fCoventrv, Man- chester, Preston, Blackburn, Bolton, Leeds, Dews- bury, Huddersfeld, Liverpool, Birkenhead, Wigan, Warrington, fLeicester, fShrewsbury, Bradford, Sheffield, and fNortbamptoa, from Oswestry, Llan- ymynech, Llanfyllin, Montgomery, Welshpool. Newtown, Llanidloes, Machynlleth, Borth, Aber- ystwyth, Aberdovey, Towyn, Barmouth, Dolgelley, Harlech, Portmadoe, Penrhyndeudraeth, Criccieth. and Pwllheli. SIMILAR ilCKETS are also issued from Aberystwyth, Borth, Aberdovey, Towyn, Bar- mouth, Dolgelley, Harlech, Penrhyndeudraeth, Portmadoe, Criccieth, and Pwllheli to Shrewsbury i-Tickets to these Stations are not issued from Welshpool. Passengers return on the MONDAY ■ r TUESDAY following issue of Tickets. For "ull particulars as to train times and fares, see bill. SIMILAR WEEK END AND iEN DAYS TICKETS are also issued from Liverpool, Man Chester, Stockport, Chester, Crewe, Stafford, Shrewsbury. Bradford. Leeds, Oldham, HuddeiS- field, Halifax, Rochdale, Wakefield, Blackburn, Chorley, Accrington, Burnley, Bolton, Wigin, Warrington, Preston, Leicester. Derby, Burton, Stoke, Burslem, Hanley, Birkenhead, Birmingham, Wolverhampton, W ednesbury, Walsall, Peierboro, Northampton, Hull, Sheffield, Bamsley, etc., etc., to Oswestry, Llanymynech, Llanfyllin, W-elshpool, Montgomery, Newtown, Llanidloes, Machynll^.n, Borth, Aberystwyth, Aberdovey, Towyn. Bar mouth, Dolgelley, Harlech, Portmadoc, Criccieth, and Pwllheli. WEEK END EX CURS I tN 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 pennies), MONDAY or TUESDAY. For particulars of fares, etc., see handbills, issued by the Company. 35.59 t t AMBRIAN RAILWAYS. — JULY TRAIN (j SERVICE.—IMPORTANT ALTERATIONS. —LONDON, BIRMINGHAM, E1"C—An Express, with Through Carriages, will leave London (Euston and Paddington) at 9t30 a.m., Birmingham lNew- street) 11.35, (Snow Hill) 12.5 noon, Wolverhamp- ton (Queen-street) 12. (Low Level) 12^.32, reach- ing Ab&rystwyth 4.20, Barmouth, 4.40, and. Pwll- heli 6.10 p.m. An Express, with Through Car- riages, will leave Euston 11.0 a.m., Birmingham (New-street) 12.25, arriving Aberystwyth 5.45 p.m., Barmouth 6.10, and Pwllheli 7.40 p.m. An Express will leave Euston 2.35 p.m., Paddington 2.15 p.m., Birmingham (New-street) 3.35, (Snow Hill) 4.40 p.m., arriving Aberystwyth 9.35 p.m., with Through Carriages from Euston. An Express, with Through Carriages, will leave Aberystwyth gtlo a.m., Pwllheli 7.25 a.m., and Barmouth 8.55 a.m., for Wolverhampton, Birmingham, and Lon- don. The London Express, with Through Car- riages, will leave Aberystwyth 1.10 p.m., Pwllheli 11.15 a.m., and Barmouth 12.35 p.m., for Birming- ham (New-street and Snow Hill), London (Euston dnd Paddington). An Express, with Through Carriages, will leave Abervstwyth 2.45 p.m.. and Barmouth 1.25 p.m., for Wolverhampton (Queen- street and Low Level), Birmingham (New-street and Snow Hill), London (Euston and Paddington)." An Express will leave London (Paddington) 11.25 a.m.. Birmingham (Snow Hll) 1.50 p m. (via Dolgelley), due Barmouth 5.50, Criccieth 7.15, and Pwllheli 7.40, with Through Carriages to BaTmouth. tThrough Conductors travel between Abeirystwyth and London (Euston) bv 9.30 a.m. train from Euston, and 9.10 a.m. from Abervstwvth. MANCHESTER and LIVERPOOL. An Express, with Through Carriages, will leave Manchester 'London-read) 10.45 a.m., (Central) 10.5 am., and Liverpool (Lime-street) 10.30 a.m., arrivincr Aberystwyth 3.20, Barmouth 3.40, and Pv>-llheli 5.20 p.m. The 3.30 p.m. from Manchester (London-road), and the 3.25 p.m. from Liverpool (Lime-street), will be continued on to Aberystwyth, arriving latter station 9.35 p.m., with Through Carriages from Liverpool. An Express, with Through Carnages, will leave Aber- ystwyth 9.10 a.m., Barmouth 8.55 a.m., arriving Manchester (London-road) 2.25 p.m., Liverpool (Lime-{street) 2.35 p.m. An Express, with Through Carriages, will leave Ab:>rvst-vyth 12.15 noon, Pwll- heli 9.50 a.m., and Barmouth 11.40 a.m., arriving Manchester (London-road) 5.35 p.m., (Central) 5.35 p.m., and Liverpool (Lime-street) 5.40 p.m. An Express, with Through Carriages to Birkenhead, will leave Pwllheli at 11.15 a.m., Criccieth 11.32 a.m.. and Portmadoe 11.45 am., for Manchester (Exchange), Birkenhead, and Liverpool (Landing Sta,ge and Central), via Dolgelley. An Express will leave Manchester (Exchange) 11.50 a.m., Birken- bead1 12.0 noon, arriving Barmouth 3.55, Portmadoe 4 40, Criccieth 4.55. and Pwllheli 5.20 p.m. An Express, with Through Carriages, will leave Aber- vstwvth 2.15 p.m., Barmouth 1.25 p.m., arnving Manchester (London-road) 8.5 p.m., and Liverpool (Lime-street) 8.20 p.m. SOUTH 'WALES.A.n Express will leave Aiberystvryth 9.35 a.m., Bar- mouth 9.10 a.m., and Llandrindod 12.0 noon, for Hereford, Newport, ivle-rthyr. Cardiff, etc., with Through Carriages between Aberystwyth, Hereford, Newport, Cardiff, and Treheibi'rt. *An Express will leave Cardiff (Taff and Rhymney) 10.50 a.m., Newport (B. and M.). 10.55, Mf-rthyr (B. and M ) 12.0 noon, for Builth Wells and Llandrindod Wells, with Through Carriages for Aberystwyth. A New Express, with Through Carriage* will leave Cardiff (Taff) 8.55 a.m.. Treherbert 9.10 a.m.. on MON- DAYS and SATURDAYS, from July 12th to August 30th, arriving Llandrindod Wells 1.10 p.m., Aber- vstwytb 4.10 p.m., Barmouth 4.40 p.m., and Pwll- heli 5.20 p.m. A New Train will leave Aber- ystwvtb 12.15 noon a.nd Barmouth 11.40 a.m., with connections to Builth Wells. Brecon, and South Wales. The 1.10 p m. Train from Aberystwyth will have no connection to South Wales via Talyllyn. The 1.15 p.m. Train from Cardiff. 2.5 p.m. from Newport.2.50 p.m. from Mort I)vr. i-nlcl 4.15 fTm. from Brecon, will be run on to Builth-road. Llandrindod Wells, and Aberyt.vyth. Thrcuph Conductors travel between Aberystwyth and Cardiff (Taff) by these Trains. Th°re are iiimiro-Lig alterations in the Local -For full particulars, see Time Bills.—C. S. DEXNISS, Secretiny and General Manager. Oswestry,,Juno, 1902. _.n. AMBRIAN RAILWAYS. — COLLECTION f AND DELIVERY OF PASSENGERS" LUGGAGE.-Passengers' Luggage is Collected and Delivered by the Company or their Official Town Porters at the following 'Stations :—Abervstwvth. Aberdovev. Barmouth, Criccieth, Ltanbedr and Pen- sarn, Towvn. — Applications addressed to the Staticmmn,-t,eT-s at the respective Stations will re- ceive prompt at.t.f'tntiQn.-O. S. DENNISS, Secretary and General Manager. 3545 FOR 1IEN'S SUITS, YOUTHS' SUITS, Bt»TS" SCIT &c., GOTO CHARLES JONES', Cambrian House, 139 & 141, High-street, Bangor. EQUAL VALUE IMPROB ABLE BETTER VALUE IMPOSSIBLE. VARIETY UNSURPASSED. TO BUILDERS. CEFNFAES SCHOOL, BETHESDA. TENDERS are invited for the ERECTION of l NEW SCHOOL BUILDINGS, etc., to accom- modate 385 children. Plans and Specification may be seen at the old Premises on applying to Mr JOHN JOvVES, Book- seller, Bethesda, and Duplicates of tame at the Office of the Architect, on and after TUESDAY, the 22nd inst. Tenders to be delivered to the Rev. T. Griffith, Elfed-terraioe, Bethesda, not later than 5.30 oclock p.m. on THURSDAY, July ",1st, 1902, marked on the cover "Tender for School. The lowest or any Tender not necessarily ac- cepted. RICHARD DAVIES, Bangor, July 15th. 1902. Architect. 23359 BUTCHERS.—YOUTH WANTED immediately, and must be able to slaughter sheep.—State wfigv* (to live in), reference, Lloyd Jones and Son, Pbn nmenroawr. COLEG Y GOGLEDD, BANGOR. (Un or Colegau yn Mhrifysgol Cymru.) Pnl\1Jtihraw: H. R. REICHEL, M.A., LLD. DECHREUA'R Tymor nemf HYDREF 1, 1902. ParotoLr ar gyfer Arkolitad&u Prifysigol Cymru, rhai o eiddo Prjfysgol Llundain, y Cwrs Meddygol yn Mbrlfy^igoli'on Edi'iibiirg'h a Glasgow, ac i\a'holiadau ei-aiifl. Rho'ir Addysg arbenig mewn Amuethyddiaeth ac "Elecrtrical Engineering. Mae j yn y Coleg Adran Normalaidd i Atha-awon Elfejiol a Chaniolraddol. Cynygir dros 20 o yn aanrywio mewn gwertii o 40p i lOp y flwyddjai, i'r rhaa fyddo'n ymaeiodi yn y Coleg gyda decha^eu'r Tymor nesaf. Bydd hansr yr Yfgoloriaeithau yn gyfyrigedi.g i Gymay. Deahreua'r Arholiad am danynt MED1 ibejg. Oeir pob many Icon gan— JOHN EDWARD LLOYD, 1.A.. 3913 Ysgrifenydd a St. David's College, LAMPETER. ON TUESDAY, October 7th, 1902, ait krat' Nine- teen SCHOLARSHIPS and EXHIBITIONS up to JS50 a year wili be offered for ocartpetitdojii in ail subjects. The total annual value of Scholarships amd Exhii bi- tkms at present held by Students of the Codlleg<o is £537, trnd there is ailso a sum of £100 a. year (the "W. D. IJiewelyn" Mieanorial Fund) for Leaving Exhibitions to Oxford and Cambridge. The College gmants degrees of B.A. and B. D. For the B.A. degrree three residence ds nieoessaay. The oowse taken may be a Pass Cooanse, or ajn: Honxxir Coursie in Classics, or Theology, or Mathe- matics, or Science, or History. The College offers in these courses a good prepara- tioai for Ciral Service wind other profess-wions, 6t;1 well as for Holy Orders. Students of the Colieigie can obtain degrees at Oxford and Cambridge after two lesideonee there. The Lioenoe in Divinity, with a distinctive liixwl, is conferred after a two years' course of study, mainly TSheologriicaiL The total expense refe-idtnee need not exceed JB47 a year. For fold particulars, apply to the Bursaiy Clerk, St. David's College, Lampeter. 23314 -.r- BanK Holiday Weel^ at Pwllheli GREAT ATTRACTIONS. AUGUST 4th. BANK HOLl- FOURTH ANNUAL Sports and Cycle Races. 10-Guinea Challenge Cup. First Race, 2.30 p.m. Admission, Sixpence. AUGUST 5th: ROYAL Treorky Male Voice Choir Glyn-y-Weddw, THREE p.m. Assembly Room, EIGHT p.m. AUGUST 7th: Royal Welsh Ladies Choir Madame CLARA NOVELLO DAVIES. Glvn y-Weddw, THREE p.m. Assembly Room, EIOHT p.m. AUGUST 11th: ALFRED CAPPR, THE MARVELLOUS THOUGHT-READER AND ENTERTAINER, Who has performed by command before nearly everv member of the English Royal Family. Glyn-y-Weddw, THREE p.m. Assembly Room, EIGHT p.m. EVERY DAY Glyn-y-Weddw Art Galleries and Gardens. Admission, Sixpence. Combined Tickets, including Delightful Marine Tram Ride to and from Llanbaarog, with Admission to Ground, One Shilling. For Particulars of Sports, apply— Mr F. E. YOUNG, 23351 Cardiff-road, Pwllheli. NIXON &JARVIS Discount Booksellers, Stationers, r BANK PLACE, BANGOR, HAVE ONE OF THE BEST EQUIPPED PRINTING &c. OFFICES IN NORTH WALES. Bookbinding Lithographing Die Stamping ALL EXECUTED ON THE PREMISES ESTIMATES FREE. TOWER TEA. Dywed hen Ddiareb Ysgotaidd— "MEGIS Y GWNEI DDARLLAW, FELLY YR YFI." Ond os gwnewch ddarllaw TOWER TEA, gellwch fod yn sicr y cewch yfed cwpanaid adfywiol ac adnoddol, nad oes un Te o'i well o ran ei flas a'i sylwedd yn y byd. GWLEDD DDYDDIOL. Ac, hefyd, y mae yn De hynod gryf, ac yn myned mor bell ddwywaith bron wrth ei wneud a rhai eraill. Mae wedi ca-el chwech o'r Gwobrwyon Uchai, ac y mae gwragedd doeth a gredant yn yr hen air: "Cynila yn dda a gwaria yn dda," bob amser yn prynu TOWT Tea, a thrwy hyny dangosant fod ganddynt lygad' i w-eled lie y ceir y gwerth goreu am yr ariau. Mewn Pecynau yn unig, am 18 4c, Is 8c, 2s, a a Phrisiau eraill. Yn Gvfanwerthol vn unig— TOWER TEA LIMITED, 71, Eastcheap, London, E. C. Gwerthir gan- H. W. Pritchard, Grocer, Dean-street, Bangor; Davis and Jones, Grocers, Old P.O. Stores, Bangor R. Pugh Jones, Grocer, Friars Stores, High-street, Bangor; Evans and Owens, Grocers, 232, Carnar- von-Toad, Glanadda, Bangor; W. G. Evans, Grocer, 299, High-street, Bangor; T. B. Jones, 87, High- street, Bethesda; R. Rowlinson, Grocer, Llys Caradog, Bettwsyeoed; J. Watkins, 41, Church- street, Beaumaris; W. Jones, Grocer, 74, Pool- street, Carnarvon Pierce Bros., Grocers, "The Old Shop, Lloyd-street, Llandudno; J. Littler, Grocer, Moi-tyn-street, Llandudno: R. B. Roberts, Chemist, Llanfairfechan; H. Roberts, and Co., Grocers, Stanley House, Penmaenmawr; C. J. Roberts, Grocers, Westminster House, Penmaen- mawr; Roberts Bros., Grocers, 5, Bank-place, Portmadoe R. O.' Pughe, Chemist, Medical Hall, Pwllheli; S. Lloyd, Grocer, "Bee Hive," High- •treet, Pwllheli R. C. Morris, Grocer, "Stanley Stores." Pwllheli; Miss E. Roberts, Grocer, Pant- yr-Ardd, Tregarth. Beqthyg Arian yn Cyf rinachol F EWN SYMIAU Mawrion neu Fychain (hei fod JI dan lOp), AR NODYN ADDEWID YN UNIG, I Ffermwyr Siopwyr, a Thy- ddalwyr Preifat TREFNIR YR ATDALIADAU YN Y FFORDD HWYLUSAF I'R BENTHYCWYR. 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