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IW CYNLLUNIAU NEWYDDION AM 1867. HEWN Dodrefn, Esmwythfeinciau, Gwelyau, Drychau, &c. gan "jjj EQUEAET AC ADAMSON'S Sefydliad Tyddodrefnu Gogledd Lloegr, 13 a 15, Bold-street, Liverpool. Gwahoddir yn neillduol Deuluoedd a phartion ar fryd dodrefnu eu tai, i ymweled a. sefydliad llawn URQUHART AC ADAMSON'S cyn prynu yn un man arall. Dodrefn cyfaddas i'r Neuadd giniaw, Parlyrau, Llyfrgelloedd, Ystafelloedd Gwelyau, Neuaddau, Ceginau, Swvddfau, a Chabanau Llongau. Gwelyau Haiarn a Phres, a'u holl angenrheidiau. URQUHART AC ADAMSON, Cwneuthurwyr Dodrefn, Esmwyth gadeirian, Gwelyau, &c., &c, 13 A 15, POID-STPEET, LIVERPOOL. Gweithdy:—Chureh-lane. TELEEAU TEG I IS-WERTHWYR. Telir cludiad sypynau i'r wlad. Telir sylw manwl a dioed i bob archebion at Longau, ac at ymfudo i wledydd pell. E V A N S AND COMPANY. FAMILY MOURNING DEPARTMENT CONTAINS A large and carefully selected of FAMILY AND COMPLIMENTARY MOURNING MATERIALS. MOURNING MILLINERY IN GREAT VARIETY. Funerals completely Furnished, Arraned, and economically conducted- E V AN S & COMPANY, LONDON-ROAD, JFRASER-STREET, WILDE-STREET. THE NEW PROVISION WAREHOUSE. WILLIAMS BROTHERS, 11. MARKET PLACE SOUTH, BIRKENHEAD, PURVEYORS OF HOME & FOREIGN PROVISIONS. Beg to call special attention to their stock of WILTSHIRE AND CUMBERLAND HAMS AND BACON. And also to a choice selection of Stilton, Gloucester, Cheddar, and Cheshire Cheese. Family orders promptly attended to. CANTON, CAERDYDD. CYN HE LIB Cyfarfodydd Urddiad Mr T. C. C) Williams, o Goleg Aberhonddu, yn y lie uchod, ar y 18fed a'r 19eg cyfisol. Bydd yn llawen genym weled yn bresenol gynnifer a fyddo yn gyfleus o weinidogion y cyfundeb, yn nghydag eraill. DL. NICHOLAS, Canton, Mecli-C), 1867. Ysgrifemjdd. Y DIWEDDAH BARCH. I. HARRIES, WYDDGRUG. IF) A R L U N mawr a chywir am Swllt, drwy y Post, Is. Ie. Cyfeirier—Messrs. PRIKG & PRICE, Mold. A CARTREF I YMFUDWYR. JaL- 14, Galton Street, Liverpool. ELIAS J. JONES AC N. M. JONES, (CYMRO GWYLLT), A DDYMUNANT hybysu pawb fwriadant Ymfudo o. Gymrn; y ceir pob hysbysrwydd a chyfarwyddyd am brisoedd y cludiad, gydag IIwyl neu Ager Longau, i America, a gwahanol wledydd y Byd, drwy anfon Uytliyr, yn Gymraeg neu Saesneg, yn cymiwys postage stamp, i'r cyfeiriad uchod. Gall yr ym- tudwr gaelllc cysurus i lettya mewn ty tawelambrisrhesymol, Hyderir, drwy y wybodaetli a feddant o'r J'asnach YmfudoJ YI-I Y wJ-ad hon ao yn Amerioa, y byddant yn alluog i gyflawni su dyleds-wyddau yn deilwng o bob ymddiried a cbefhogaetb. Cynmieradwyir y ty a'r Goruchwylwrr i sylw y "Wlad gan y fconeddigion canlynol Parch. Samuel Davies gweinidog y Wesleyaid, a chadcirydd y Dalaeth Ogleddol. PaTch. John Thomas Liverpool. Parch. Jona Morgan, Cwmbach Aberdar. Parch. John Sees, Treherbert, Pontypridd. Cofier y eyfeiriad.-Messis. Jones, & Co. r> a n J> 14, Galton Street, Liverpool. D.S.—Cyfarfyddir a phawb a ymddiiicdaat eu gofal i'r Goruch- yrylwyv uchod ar eu dyfodia.d i Liverpool, NEW YDD EI GYHOEDDI, Pris 13s. 6ch. yn Rhanau, Y DEONGLYDD BERNIADOL, SEP EGLURHAD MANWL AR EIRIAU, BRAWDDEGAU, AC ATHKAWIAETHAU DWYFOL Y TESTAMENT NEWYDD, Wedi ci gasglu o WEITHIAU oddeutu 250 o BRXF FEIRNIAID Y BYD, er gwasanaeth TEULTJOEDD a'r YSGOLIQN SABBOTHOL. g .1.1 GAN Y PARCH. JOHN JONES, (IDRISYN,) Ficer Llandysilio, Ceredigion, Golygydd a Chasglydd yr "EsDoniad Berniadol." Cyflwynedg' drwy ganiatad, i'r Dysgedig a'r Grwir Barchedig DN. THIELWALL, Ardwvdd Esgob Ty-ddewi. „ Aberystwyth.: Argraffedig a Chyhoeddedig gan PHILIP WILLIAMS gan yr hwn V cellir eael hefyd Y DEUNGLYDD AR YE HEN DESTAMENT, yn Rhanau, Pxis 42?5 ™ Gwnewch brawf arno unwaith,a chwi a'i defnyddhveh jin uasiad t- -0- BRISTOL PACKET TEA. DIM OND EINE, 2s. 2g. Y PTITYS. I I bqíl1[' j;:ui v I DALT PATH, 1HOIC GIMPORTED 4s. Y P WYS. Mewn Sypynau 2 vns, chwarteri, haner pwysi, a pltwysi. rn ^„"?TD-nTr ^asnacho1 uchod yn ddigon o warantiad am De o ansawdd da. Y mae i'r dda.u fatb eryf. dei neiilduel, heb ynddo ddim annymunol, ac arogl natnriol rhagorol heb gymysra te arogledi? a? ef. Nia Cyfanwerthwr J. BRYANT, Kedcliff Street, Bristol. IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT OF SPECIAL PURCHASES THOMAS BROTHERS, 396, & 400, SCOTLAND ROAD, LIVERPOOL. Wish respectfully to inform their numerous friends and the public, that they have succeded in securing several Important purchases from the Manufacturers, at a large discount from the original cost price, Lot 1. Bought from Messrs. H. Knox, & Co., Cheapside, London, at a discount of 35 per cent, off cost. 305 Ladies Black Cloth Jackets, very handsomely trimmed at 2s. lid., to 9s. 6d., 184 Do., Black lGlace & Gro Grain Silk Jackets, at 6s. lid., to 21s., most handsomely trimmed. 96 Paisly printed Cashmere Shawls, 4s. lls., 5s. 6d., 75 Black Lace Shawls, 3s. lid., 4s. lid., 6s. 6d., 10s. Gd., of the newest design. Newest designs in Paisley Scarf and reversable Shawls, 14s., to 8 Gineas. Lot 2. Bought at a discount of 18, per cent from cost price. 340 Pieces of Hoyles' new prints, 4.1d., 5 id., & G id., per yard. 130 Pieces of good White Shirting Calicoes ."d., 41d., 5|d., & Gjd., per yard. 24 Pieces of Sheeting Calicoes, 2 yards wide, 8 £ d. worth Is., Lot 3. £ 145. 6s. 9d., worth of Fancy Dress Materi- als, bought at a discount of 48 per cent off cost price, and are now selling at 3s. lid., to 12s. 6d., per dress, or nearly half the original price, 26 Pieces of all Wool Lamas in all shades at 10 d., worth Is. 6d., per yard. Lot 4. 75 doz. of Leghorn.& Straw Hats & Bon- nets, at a discount of 36 J per cent off cost, to which we will call particular attention as they are all new and in good condition, and will be found the cheap- est lot of goods ever offered in Liverpool. Lot 5. 46 Pieces of Black Silk in Glace, Gro Grain, Drap de France, Ducape, Drape de Lyons, &c., from Is. lid., to 7s. 9d., per yard, worth from. 2s. 6d., to 15s. 6d., patterns sent on application free of charge to any part of the town or country. Also all the other departments are profucely sup- plied with new goods, desparately cheap.- THOMAS BROTHERS. WHOLESALE & RETAIL DRAPERS, 396, & 400, SCOTLAND ROAD, LIVERPOOL. CYNHELIR CYSTADLEUAETH GERDDOROL \J yn ABERTAWE, TACHWEDD 18FED, 1867. I'r Cor heb fod dan 60 o rif, a gano yn oreu, 4 We never will bow down,' o Judas Maccabeus Handel. Gwobr 415. Mae Programs i'w cael drwy anfon 2 Stamps i'r Ysgrifenydd— D. JONES, 5, Christina Street, Swansea, JOSEPH B. O'NIEL. General Broker, PAGKER AND REMOVER OF FURNITURE BY SPRING VANS AND W AGGONS, With Water-proof Covers, to and from all parts. PECIR A SYMUDIRPOB MATH 0 DDODREF. gyda/r gofal mwyaf i unrhyw barth. Cash advanced and Furniture Warehoused. IPRYNIR XW NEWIDIR POB MATH o DDODREFN Conway Street, Birkenhead. CARDIGANSHIRE. FREEHOLD PROPERTY FOR SALE. mo BE SOLD BY AUCTION at the SALUTA- -i- TION HOTEL, in the town of Newcastle- Emlyn, on Friday, the 20th day of September, 1867, at 2 o'clock in the Afternoon, by MESSRS. JOHN DANIEL JONES & SON (Subject to such Conditions of Sale as shall be then and there produced), in two Lots, viz LOT 1.—All that Messuage, or Dwelling House [with the Water Corn Grist Mill, Fulling Mill, com- jplete Offices, Building's, and Gardens thereunto be- longing, commonly called and known by the name of F E L I N C IV M, together with about 9 Acres of very superior Arable, Meadow, and Pasture Land, and the Timber grow- ing thereon, situate in the several Parishes of Troedyraur and Penbryn. The said Mills and Lands are held under a Lease by Mr. Daniel Rees, of which about 23 years are unexpired at the low yearly rent of £28. The Mills are abundantly supplied with water in the dryest weather from the river Ceri, and are most accessible from the Public Road. LOT 2.—All that excellent Meadow called and known by the name of DDOL PENPARK, situate in the Parishes of Troedyraur and Penbryn aforesaid, containing by estimation 11 Acres, more or less, together with about half an Acre of Oak, Ash, and Sycamore Timber Trees, growing thereon. This Meadow which is considered one of, if not the rich- est Meadow in the County of Cardigan, is lying by the Public Roadside, and the river Ceri runs through the same. For further particulars, apply to B. Evans, Esq., Newcastle-Emlyn, or to the Auctioneers. Hawen, August 21st, 1867, M. EMIGRATION TO QT AGO, NEW ZEALAND. ALTERATION OF TERMS. ASSISTED PASSAGES GRANTED TO AGRICUL- TURAL LABOURERS, SHEPHERDS AND THEIR FAMILIES, AND FEMALE DOMESTIC SERVANTS. SHIP "WARRIOR QUEEN" FIXED FOR END OF OCTOBER. IN consequence of the great and increasing demand for AGRICUL- TURAL LABOUR, and the present high rate of Wages in this Province, the home agent has been authorised to continue the Assistance formerly given to SINGLE FE- MALE DOMESTIC SERVANTS, and to assist also approved AGRICULTURAL LABOURERS SHEPHERDS and their FAMILIES. The favourite first-class Passenger Ship WARRIOR QUEEN," 13 years A 1 at Lloyds, 988 Tons Register, one of Messrs. Shaw, Savill, and Company's well-known Line of Packets, will Sail from LONDON for OTEGO direct, towards the end of OCTOBER. A duly qualified Surgeon will accompany the Ship. Parties eligible to receive assistance, and others intending to pay their own Passage Money, will receive full information by applying to GEORGE ANDREW, Secretary, or to Messrs. DAVIES & LOWTHER, Bridge, Cardigan. Otago Office, 60, Princes Street, Edinburgh. ROBERT DAYIES, FAMILY GROCER, TEA & WIEN MERCHANT. 75, PRESCOT STREET, LIVERPOOL. Wrth gyfiwyno ei ddiolchgarwch i'w gyfeillion a'r cy- iioedcl am cu cefuogaetli galonog am y cliwe' blynedd diweddaf, dymuna eu sicrhau na esgeulusa yr ymdrecli a'r gofal mwyaf i gael y nwyddau goreu am y prisiau mw.yaf rhesymol, a, gwna astudio i gadw ymddiried a clicinogaetli gyffredinol. Sylwer-TE O'R F ATH OREU am y prisiau 2s. 2s. 6d., Ss., 3s. 4d., a'r goreu am 3s. 8d. y pwys. Y cofr, f GOREU Is. 4d., Is. Gel" Is. Sd. y pwys. Nwyddau craill o'r fath oreu am y prisiau mvryaf rhesymol. Anfona bob iiiirydclati i'r pellder o bedair milldir o'l fasnachày yn ddidraul, ac anfona nwyddau i unrhyw orsaf yn y dywysogaeth yn ddidraul, os cynwysant werth 40s. o De, Colli, a Spices. Cymerir y gofal mwyaf wrth bacio nwyddau, fel na byddo y naill yn niweidio y llall. Ceir cofrestr o'i holl nwyddau and ymofyn am dani. Gwinoedd o bob math yn ol prisiau gostyngol Llundain PKR DOZEN QUARTS. Sherries, 17s., 21s., 25s., 28s., 30s., 36s., 40., 42s. Torts 17s., 21s., 26s., 30s., 36s., 42s. Clarets 13s. 15s. lSs. 20s. 24s. 26s. 30s. 36s. 40s. Champagnes 34s. 40s. 48s. 60s. Moets and other high class Brands from 60s. OW3,- Teilynga y gwiiloecl(I Iiyn sylw pawb, ac yn neill- duol y rhai sydd yn gofalu am y Cymundeb, oherwydd eu rliagoriaetli a'u prisiau tra isel. KILWENDEAGE.—ANNUAL SALE. "jl/FEFESRS. J. DANIEL JONES & SOjV JJJL have been favoured with instruction? from M. A. Saurin, Esq., TO SELL BY AUCTION On WEDNESDAY. iSr.rx. 11TH, 18(37, at LLWYS- BEDW, at 2 o'clock in the Afternoon 260 EWES & LAMBS, 13 Sliort-horn IIEIFER3 & STEERS, One and Two Years old. The Stock COmllrises 95 Southdown Ewes, 14 limn Lambs, 80 Ewe Lambs, and 70 Wether Lambs principally descended from the celebrated Flocks of the Duke of Richmond, Lord Walsingham, Ellman Tooks, Aylmer, and the late Jonas Webb, aud com- bine with superior size, symmetry, and color, the best blood in the kingdom. The Auctioneers beg to call the attention of Gentlemen and Farmers to the above Sale, and from the numerous satisfactory reports received from Purchasers at the former Sale, they hope to be favored with a large attendance and spirited com- petition. The STOCK are all in perfect health, and natural condition. Catalogues may be had ten days previous to the Sale of Mr. Thomas Dix, Kilwendeage, Newcastle- Emlyn; or of the Auctioneers, at Hawen. Newcastle. Emlyn. Credit on Conditions. Hawen, August 21st, 1867.