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EVANS AND COMPANY &tx FAMILY MOURNING DEPARTMENT, CONTAINS A large and carefully selected Stock of FAMILY AND COMPLIMENTARY MOURNING MATERIALS. MOURNING MILLINERY IN GREAT VARIETY. Funerals completely Furnished, Arranged, and economically conducted. EVANS AND COMPANY, LONDON ROAD, FRASER-STREET, WILDE-STREET. CHATHAM PERMANENT BUILDING SOCIETY. Established December 12, 1862. TRUSTEES. TRUSTEES. harles W. Boote, Esq., j William Parry, Esq. John B. Melladew, Esq., | John Roberts, Esq. ■P Roberts, Esq., 61, Hope-street. USURER—Henry Williams, Esq., 120, Breck-road con''16 SOCIETy ^as been established five years, and ,S1S^S of 1490 members, holding 13,780 Invested Th$Mortgage Shares. of -p am°unt outstanding on mortgages is £ i$9, "J20, ^5S>943 "was advanced during the past year, o Balance of Profit after paying a Dividend 01 inrr611 Per Cent., is ^13,962, as shown in the follow- !i-certificate of Mr. J. M'Farlane Gray. COPies of the Annual Report and all information may be obtained on application to the Secretary. J. LLOYD JONES, 6, Lord-street. CERTIFICATE. -J Liverpool, Dec. 24, 1867. Plv !ave a?r^n made a valuation of the assets of the an* Building Society. The balance of profit aTr ^ie au^itors is ^'16,777 to this I have c eel the value of deferred premiums ^4034, and the 'auce of contingent reserve account, and interest in ■nears £ 371—making a total ^"21,182, or £ 13,962, ter deducting the dividend of £ "7 per cent, and all expenses to date. "At the end of 1865 the reserve of premiums was S20 in excess of the required amount; in 1866, dis- counting at the same rate of investment, the excess was f.2077 and this year it is £2461, indicating a steady improvement. J. M'FARLANE GRAY. S E CON D C HAT HAM PERMANENT BUILDING SOCIETY. Shares -,io each. Entrance Fee is. per Share. TRUSTEE,S Charles W. Boote, Esq., 7, Moss-street. William Parry, Esq., 36, Beaumont-street. William Roberts, Esq., 54, Paradise-street. TP!ESIDENT—John Roberts, Esq., 61, Hope-street. ^ASURER—Henry Williams, Esq., 190, Breck-road and T S £ C*ety was esta-bhshed on the loth September, of 2'aS a VERY successful commencement, upwards &mo D°° S^ares ^lave been already taken, and the unt advanced on mortgage securities. an ,?les> Ordinary or Preference, may be taken at intpiYU1fC aPphcation to the manager, as under, and Mo a °"vVe fr°m the date of entrance. now ready to be advanced on mortgage of It ff n leas.el}old property. as u v anticipated that this society will be equally ^e sairfer°US as ^ie Chatham Building society, under C0p- e management. format;GS e ru^es» prospectus, or any other in- A D °n JNAY be had at any time from the manager, mav t 011 Management of Building Societies T 5° obtained from the manager. LOYD JONES, Accountant, 6, Lord-street CROMWELL PERMANENT BENEFIT c BUILDING SOCIETY. TRUSTEES. Mr. John Jones, 32, Castle-street. Mr. Henry Stuart, Hope-street, Mr. John Robinson, Birkenhead, D Mr. John Williams, Lord-street. "RESIDENT—Mr. John Jones, 32, Castle-street R £ A5!URER—Mr. Josesh Hartley, Commutation-row, COMMITTEE. W., 28 Cliapel-street, Pierce, Elias, tiS, North John ft11,3' John, Public Offices, Street, .r«n t eet> Iteid, John, 17, Old Hall ,Jon f~' Vine-street, Street, j> -Jwchard, 1, Bridson-sfc, "Woodward, M., 54, Mill-street, oseph, James-strect, Williams, David, 32, Blooni-st, Monrf ^eetinSS of this Society are held on the First from q?11} month, in the office of the Secretary. Witi!J Half-past Six o'clock in the evening, itnarawals promptly paid. the r1S Payable on the first Monday in July. At PP r ° YEAR a dividend of 7 per cent, was paicU PavnKierence granted at a fixed rate of interest, payable as may be agreed. infoml'r tIle Rules Annual Report, and any other EDWARD CROSLAND, Accountant, ai, Harrington.street. SECOND STANDARD BENEFIT BUILDINC SOCIETY. (SEFYDLWYD TACHWEDD, 1864.) KT YMDDIRIEDOLWYR. r* W. C, Miller. Mr. Robert Price. Timothy Ryan. | William Hood LYWYDD—Mr. Seth Bennett. TRYSORYDD-Mr. J. E. A. Rogers. ARCHWILYDDMr. B, J. Owens. CYFREITHIwR-Mr. James Rowe. MR TJ PWYLLGOR. • Edward Parkin. Mr. George Owen. iS™1 Morris. Thomas Robert* •f. °Paas Bullock. Charles Smith. »> iJavid Jones. John Heap. Mr. James Smith. cyfarfodydd y Gymdeithas ar y nos Fawrtb mhob mis, o haner awr wedi saith i haner awi j wyth ar y gloch. ^logehv (yr hwn sydd wedi bod yn ol saith punt y se^yd^ad y Gymdeithas) yn daladwy yn flyn- ydd°l yn mis Tachwedd. holl ^ae Gyfarwyddwyr y Gymdeithas hon ya adnabyddus, ac yn brofedig fel cyfarwyddwyt J fyg Societies. enrwvl? cynuneryd Shares newyddion, a chad, peb '^daeth angenrheidiol trwy ymofyn a WILLIAM WILLIAMS A'I FAIJ, Ysgfifenyddionl 77, Mill Street, Toxtdh Pari, LIVERPOOL nYMDEITHAS ADEILADU BARHAOL L' Y CAMBRIAN. (The Cambrian Permanent Building Society). YMDDIRIEDOLWYR. W. WILLIAMS, Ysw., 4, Milford street. O. ROBERTS, Ysw., 36, Everton Valley. J. JONES, Ysw., 28, Chatwick mount, Everton Valley. THOMAS HUGHES, Ysw., Tan y bryn, Conway.. ROBERT O. EVANS, 51, Mount view, Everton Valley, LLYWYDD.—0. ROBERT, Ysw., 36, Everton Valley. CYFARAVYDDWYE. Oa-ptain A. C. Mott, Superintendent of Mercantile Marine Sailors Home. Mr. Evan Roberts, 71, Seacome street, etto. „ Thomas Howard, 45, Saint George hill. Robert Hughes, 36, Netherfleld road, South. Edward Owen, 54, Netherfleld road, North. John Williams, 11, Wilbram street. Lewis Roberts, 16, Saint Paul square. John Lancaster, Clayton square. TRYSORYDD. ME. JOSEPH PARRY, 78, Roscomoii street. BANKERS. NORTH & SOUTH WALES BANK. Cyfranau/s/i'ffiw^ £ 10yrun. Entrance fee, Is. ygyfrau. Tr MAE VII hyfxydweh gan swyddogion uehod hysbysu y cylioedd fod gweithrediadau y Gym- deithas o natur tra boddhaol. Yr oedd enillion y flwyddyn duiweddaf, Rhagfyr 17eg, 1867, ar ol talu yr oil gostau, nwchlaw MIL 0 BUNNAU. Dosraniad (I>ivi<lv»(T), y flvv-yddyn ddiweddaf, fel arferol, 7p. y cant. Y mac rhagolygon y Gymdeithas yn gysarlawn iawn etto y lfwyddyn hon. Cynnelir ei ehyfarfodydd ar y TRYDYDD NOS FAWRTII O BC)B MIS, yn swyddfa yr ysgrifenydd, 35, NETHERFEILD ROAD, NORH, ^LIVERPOL. Derbynir cyfranau (share-is) unrhyw amser yn ystod y mis gau yr oil o'r swyddogion uchoc1. Am Reolau, Cyfrifon y flwyddyn ddiweddaf, a phob hysbysrwydd angenrheidiol, ymofyner a'r ysgrifenydd, (yn Gyniraeg, os dewisir). JOHN PARRY, 35, NETHEBEEELD ROAD NORTH. LIVERPOOL. (55—56). ( 55 U "ROYAL MERSEY" PERMANENT BUILDING SOCIETY. PRESIDEXT Henry Jones, Esq., 20, South Castle Street. TRUSTEES: Samuel Baker, Esq., India Buildings M. Woodward, Esq., Princes Park S. Altree, Esq., Liscard Jno. Scott, Esq., 91, Pitt Street R. Douglas, Esq., 15, Mill Street. SOLICITOR Jno. Hindle, Esq., 41, Lord Street. SECRETARY Mr. Edw. Taylor, 36, Chapel Walks. The Monthly Meeting for the Payment of Subscrip- tions, will be held the Second Wednesday in every Month, from Seven to Eight o'clock p.m., at the Secretary's Office, 36, Chapel Walks. B. IIY AM, 97, LORD STIZEET, LIVERPOOL. SPRING 1868. B I-IYA,q'S SHOWERPROOF OVERCOATS. JD. 15s 20s 20s 25s 25s 25s 30s 30s 30s 30s 35s 35s 35s 35s 35s 40s 40s 40s 40s 40s 40s 45s 45s 45s 45s 45s 45s 45s In all the Newest Materials. I-IYAM'S BUSINESS SUIT,< In all the Newest Materials. 40s 40s 40s 40s 40s 40s 40s 45s 45s 45s 45s 45s 45s 50s 50s 50s 50s 50s 55s 55s 55s 55s 60s 60s 60s 65s 65s 70s BHYAM'S BUSINESS C O A TST JD. 15s 25s 25s 30s 30s 30s 35s 35s 35s 35s 40s 40s 40s 40s 40s 45s 45s 45s 45s 45s 45s 50s 50s 50s 50s 50s 50s 50s In all the Newest Materials. HYAM'S BUSINESS TROUSERS. » In all the Newest Materials. 14s 14s 14s 14s 14s 14s 14s 16s 6d 16s 6d 16s6d 16s 6d 18s 6d 18s 6d 18s 6d 20s 20s 20s 20s 24s 24s 24s 26s 26s 28s TD HYAM'S BUSINESS VESTS. t). 6s 7s 6d 8s 6d 8s 6d 9s 6d 9s 6d 9s 6d 10s 6d 10s 6d 10s 6d 12s 6d 12s 6d 12s 6d 12s 6d 15s 15s 15s 15s 15s 15s 15s TITS FOR BOYS. HYAM'S SUITS FOR BOYS. In very Durable Materials. 10s 10s 10s 10s 10s 10s 10s 12s 6d 12s 6d 12s 6d 12s 6d 16s 16s 16s 16s 16s 20s 20s 20s 20s 25s 25s 25s 30s 30s 35s HYAM'S HATS OF ALL KINDS. B. 3s 4s 4s 5s 6d 5s 6d 6s 6d 6s 6d 6s 6d 7s 6d 7s 6d 7s 6d 7s 6d 8s 6d 8s 6d 8s 6d 8s 6d 10s Gd 10s 6d 10s 6d 10s 6d HYAM'S SHIRTS OF ALL KINDS. 3s 6d 3s 6d 3s 6d 3s 6d 3s 6d 4s 6d 4s 6d 4s 6d 4s 6d 5s 6d 5s 6d 5s 6d 5s 6d Os Gd 6s 6d 6s Gd- 7s 5d 7s 6d 8s 6d 8s 6d 9s 6d B HYAlVrS BUSINESS REGULATIONS.—All « Goods are marked in plain figures the lowest selling price, from which no abatement can be made. Any Garment bought and taken away, if not satis- factory, will be exchanged, if not worn or injured. On Saturdays the Establishment is closed until dusk, when the Business is resumed until Eleven o clock. /CAUTION.—Be certain you are at the Establishment of B. HYAM before you purchase. Observe, the Trade mark is a Star printed on a Ticket attached to each Garment. B. HYAM is compelled to give this notice, as many of his customers have bougiuwsewhere to their great disappointment and loss.—B. HYAM has only one Establishment in Liverpool, 97, Lord-street, and 7, Whiteehapel, and his branches are—: MANCHESTER. 86 and 88, Market-street. GLASGOW 48, Argyle-street. GLASGOW. v. 1, Miller-street. 124, High-street. j EDINBURGH 2, Hunter-square. « 30; Dame-street. DUBLIN 4, Damc-lane. JOSEPH B. O'NIEL, General Broker, PACKER AND REMOVER OF FURNITUREI BY SPRING VANS AND WAGGONS, With Water-proof Covers, to and from all parts. PECIR ASYMUDIRPOB MATH O DDODREFN gyda'r gofal mwyaf i unrhyw barth Cash advanced and Furniture Warehoused. PRYNIR NEU NEWIDIR POB MATH o DDOD REFN. Conway Street, BirkmXtud, ~~1> T 1> A It N A li D U E V Y, GWNEUTHURWR WATCHES A CHLOCIAU GEMYDD, A DRYCHWYDRYDD, 32, SOUTH CASTLE STREET, LIVERPOOL, BARNARD LEVY A ddyn>una alw sylw ei gwsmeriaid lluosog, -.tli cyhoedd yji gyffredin, atydetlioliadarddercliogo WATCHES AITP, AC ARIAN, MODRWYAU. PINAU, BROOCHES A LOCKETS, Vr oil yn cael eu gwarai- ''1 o ddefnydd da, ac yn cael en marcio mewn ffigyrau _f:Hen am y prisiau isaf y gwertliir Xi'i'v, Watches arian emyddog cryfino 213 i ^"io yr un. Watches aur „ 31s i ^25 yr un". Gwarantlr hwy am gadw eu hamser, rhoddir gwarantiad ysgrifenedig gyda phob Watch. CLOCIAU BARNARD LEVY Ydynt wedi enill cymeriad am gywirdeb, parhad, a rhadlonrwydd, ac y maent wedi rhoi boddhad i dros 20,000 o brynwyr. Ceclwir mewn stock Glociau cyfaddas i Swyddfau, Siopau, Llongau, a Thai- Amseriaduron Gwarantiedig o 6s. 6c. yr un. CLOCIAU ALARWM. ENWOG BARNARD. LEVY. Deffroant y cysgwr trymaf unrhyw awr ofynedig, am brisiau 07s 6c yr un. ADRAN DRYCHWYDROL BARKARD LEVY wedi cael ugain mlynedd o brofiad fel Drychwydrydd, a gynhygia ei Stock fawr ac imrywiol o Olwgwydrau a Llygadwydrau gyda phob ymddinedaeth i bersonau yn llafurio o dan ddiffte golwg. '° Llygadwydrau Dwbl a Golwgwydrau o is. y par. Gloew-wydrau Ffrengig a Brazilaidd am bris yrvinmoi isel. Adgyweiriadau yn ei holl ganghenau am y prisiau mwyaf rhesymol. Cauir bob dydd Sadwrn hyd y prydnawn. DR. THOMAS, SURGEON &c., (Late of Bangor), (Now), 145, NETHERFIELD ROAD NORTH, EVERTON. MOENING ATTENDANCE—10 a.m. to 1 p.m. EVENING ATTENDANCE— 4 p.m. to 7 p M [31] SCHOOL.—RUABON. M RS. EVANS, (Widow of the Rev. T. Evans, late of Manchester.) NTENDS receiving a'limited ii-Lii-nber ofyoung Ladies I to Board and Educate, at Off a Cottage, Ruabon, where every attention will be paid to domestic comfort and Moral and Religious Instructions. The usual Modern Accomplishments in French, Music, and Drawing, taught. á .ùïm:, will be forwarded on application. LIVERPOOL. YSGOL I FECHGYN A GWYR IEUAINC CYMREIG. CYNNELIR ysgol yn neillduol ar gyfer y dosparth uchod, gan MR. J. HUGHES, 32, ANDERSON STREET, EVERTON. Yn ychwanegol at y canghenau arferol 0 ddysgeid- iaeth, rhoddir arbenigrzvydd i astudiaeth o'r faitli Seisnig. Caniateir cyfeiriad am gymmeradwyaeth at y bonedd- igion canlynol:—Parchn. W. REES, D.D. T. THOMAS N. STEPHENS W. ROBERTS H. E. THOMAS. Anfonir hystjyslen yn cynwys y telerau a phob man. ylion, ond gym am un yn ol y cyfarwyddyd uchorh Dechreua'r term nesaf ddydd Mawrth, y 14eg o Gorphenaf. A Safe, Certain, and Speedy Cure for Piles ami GtXtVth GEO ? PILES 6. GRA I (i FILTLS. JL A NEW VEGETABLE REMEDY. iSold in Boxes Is. 8f 2s. 9d. I By Post, Is. 4d g. 3s. each. j Prepacd only by J. E. GEORGE, V, Pharmaceutical Chemist, HIEWAIN, Nx, ABERDARE. Y mae y peleni hyn yn feddyginiaeth sicr, buan, a diogel i'r Piles a'i Gravel. Byddant yn gaffaeliad mawr i bawb sydd yn gweithio mewn lleoedd gwlybioa, ac yn anadhi awyr anmhur, neu yu dilyn gorchwylion sydd yn eu gorfordi i cistedd llawer. Tystia pawb ac a wnaethant brawf o honynt eu bod yn rhag. ori ar unrhyw feddyginiaeth sydd eto wedi ei chynyg i'r cyhoedd at y doluriau hyn. Gan eu bod yn feddyginiaeth hollol LYSIEUOL, geylr eu cymeryd gyda'r diogelwch mwyaf unrhyw amser, ac m ofynant gyfnewidiad mewn ymborth. Y mae eu rhinweddau gwellhaol mor amlwg ar ol eu defnyddio am ychydig, fel y gellir yn briodol eu hybtyried yn ANGHTD* Z,IAROL. Gaii nad yw yr 11ft person bob amser yn dioddef oddiwrth y ddait anhwylder hyn yr un pryd, y mae y peleni uchod i'w caet yn y dulliau canlynol, i gyfarfod a phawb ^ag^a allent fod yn dioddef oddiwrth un o honynt neu bob un o r ddau. No. i. GEORGES PILES & GRAVEL PILLS. No. a. GEORGE'S GRAVEL PILLS. Eo. 3. GEORGE'S PILLS for the PILES. Gellir eu cael oddiwrth y Gwneuthurwr, ac OddiwrtSl f personau canlynol ABERDARE-MR. THOMAS, CHEMIST. MERTHYR—MB. DANIEL, CHEMIST. CARDIGAN—MR. DAVIES, CHEMIST. VREFOR1S, SWANSEA—MR. SEVAN. D.S.—Y mae cryn arbediad trwy brynu y blycliau mwyo. NEWYDD EU CYHOEDDI, GAX R, HUGHES A'I FAB, GWEECSAM. Mewn Wan, Pris 3s. 6c., pLYFR TONAU AC JBMYN AU. ) r GAN Y PARCH. E. STEPHEN a J. D. JOXES. lliari, Pris 8s. 6c., I TRAETHODAU LENYDDOL, GAN L. EDWARDS, D.D. F-WYRTHIAU RIST, CAN 0. EVANS. I'w cael gan yr holl Lyfrwerthwyr. [49—61.] ABERTH MOLIANT, SEF CASGLIAD 0 SALMAU AC EUYNAU DAN AEOLYGIAETH Y PARCH W. REES. Cyhoecldirynfuan argraffiad rhad o'r casgliad uchod. Ymdrechir ei dclwyn allan am tua Is. y Copi, yn rhwym mewn llian. Anfonar bob archebion at Mr. Joshua Rowlands, 116 Myrtle Street, Liverpool. =-. Yr ydym yn awr wedi cael llyfr sydd yn ein boddio yn fawr iawn, ac yr ydym yn gobeithio yn gryf y derbynir ef yn mhob cynnulleidfa drwy ein henwad—Darllenasom y Ilyfr hwn bob gair heb orphwyso ond dwywaith. Ni welsom erioed Emyn- lyfr Cjanreig yn dyfod mor agos i'n safon ag ef. Ac yr ydym wedi clywed llawer eraill yn traethu yr un syniadau am dano. Cymered y casgliad hwn. ei le fel un yn cael ei gydnabod yn deilwng o'r oes a'r enwad."—YPareh TV. Ambrose, yn y Dysgeilydd. Darllena,som ef drosodd a throsodd a ihrosodd, ac yn sicr mae ynddo acllais i galon-J petli hwnw y teimla yr enaid ei fod yn liefaru drosto ei hun. Nid oes un emyn gwael ynddo o'r dechreu i'r diwedd. Ceir 3-nddo rai emynau o waitli Dr. Rees ei hun na buont erioed o'r blaen yn argraffedig, a'r rhai ydynt, yn ol ein barn ni gyda y pethau goreu a gyfansoddwyd erioc,(I.-NLi phetruswn ddvv-eyd, os ca eglwysi Annibynnol y Dywysogaeth unAvaith gyf- leusdra i'w farnu, mai efe fydd en hoff Emyn-lyfr.— Y P>eirniad. NEWYDD EI G-YHOEDDI, Rhan laf, Pris Swllt, o Rhydd-weithiau Hiraethog SET GWEITHIAU LLENYDDOL Y PARCH. WILLIAM REES, LIVERPOOL I'W gwblliau mewn 12 Ehan. Danfonir pob Ehan trwy y Tost ar dderbyniad 13 stamps. Liverpool: -Cvhoed(lir gan ISAAC FOULKES, Peter's Lane. Yn barod yn nechrcu Gorphenaf\ yn gyfrol brydferth 0 152 tudalen, toned paper. CANIADAU CRAXOGWEX. YN CYNWYS 'Y Eodrwy Briodasol' a 'Hiraeth,' J- buddugol yn Eisteddfodau Cenhedlaethol Aberyst- with a Chaer; 'Pedr yn nhy Cornelius' a. 'DyNryn Cranog,' buddugol mewn Eisteddfodau lleol; a thua deugain o Gaiiiadau eraill ar amrywiol destynau. Pris y -yfrol ainleii brydfei-th, Is. 6c.; mewn llian addurnedig, gilt edges, 2s. 6c.; mewn rhwymiad goreuredig, i'r draicing-room table, neu yn anrheg, 3s. I'w cael gyda'r Post am eu pris mewn Postage Stamps hyd 6s., dros hyny, Postopiee order. Bhodclir 13 yn y dwsin i'r neb a ddanfona dal gyda'r ordcr. Pob orders i'w hanfon i'r cyhoeddwr—Robert Oliver Rees, Dolgelley; lira i'r awdures—Miss Rees, Llan- granog. SECOND EDITION, In 8vo., with MAPS AND DIAGRAMS, Price 16s. The PEDIGREE of the ENGLISH PEOPLE. AN Argument, Historical and Scientific, on English Ethnology, showing the progress of Race Amalga- mation in Britain from the earliest times, with especial reference to the Incorporation of the Celtic Aborigines. By THOMAS NICHOLAS, M.A., Ph.D., F.G.S. London -Loligniaii, Green & Co., Paternoster Row. OPINIONS OF THE PRESS. It is a pleasure to read an elaborate work so precise in its arrangement, and often so amusing in its style, and so exhaustive in the breadth of its research.-A very remarkable Book. -E, xa))i iii ei-. ilM-' The Argument is supported by Dr Nicholas with so much learning and ingenuity that his Book must com- mand the attention of all who are anxious for the es- tablishment of historical truth."—Notes and Queries. "Dr Nicholas's work is full of valuable suggestions, and may be read for its facts as well as for its theory." London Review. In our opinion it is the Book of the sason: full of choice and varied learning. That we are still to a great extent < Britons' is the opinion advocated by Dr Nicholas, who has gone very elaborately into the whole question.—His Book is an interesting study of a very attractive subject."Daily Neu-s. CYMMANFAOEDD YR ANNIBYNWYR. ~\7~N cynwys eu hanes a'r Llythyrau o'r dechreu hyd yn ddi- JL weddar, trwy Dde a Gog'ledd Cymra, i ymddangos mewn 6 Rhan, Swllt y Rhan. Mae redair Rhan yn barod, ac anfonir hwynt yn ddidraul gyda'r Post am eu gwerth mown Stamps. Rhoddir yr elv arferol i Ddosbartlrsvyr. Pob archebion a thaliadai-i i'w eyfeirio i J. LI. James, Whit- church, Cardiff. DEPILATORY. WELL'S DEPILATORY is the only effectual remedy for the immediate and permanent removal of superfluous hah' from the face, arms, neck, &c. This preparation enects its purpose almost instantaneously,' without pain or injury to the most sensitive skin. Forwarded by post (secured from observation) on receipt of 5s. by stamps or post office order. Jons WET.LS, 112, Euston Street, near Hampstead Road, London. Post office orders payable at Gower Street, W.O." N.B,-HLindread., of Testimonials have been received from the nobility and ladies of rank who have tried this marvellous remedy. [36—8t] 'JAMES HALL .BUTTERS, T 3URGEON DENTIST, 48, PERCY ST., LIVERPOOL. M EI) I) Y GI Y IA E TII R Y E E D D 0 L DEWY BELENI HOLLO WAY. ACHWYXIADAU Y GERI A'E AFU. Yn fynyeh arweiniant i'r rhywiogaethau gwaethaf o dÙT- oddefiadan d>iiol> eto cynifer a gystaddir yn y wedd hon 112:" wvbod am foddion g'wellhad ag ydynt wedi eu gosod o fe-uii eu cyrhaedd. Dylai y cyfryw gymeryd ychydig fljrhau c' 1 Peleni hyn, yn ol y eyfanvyddiadau a roddir yn y lljTra-u, a'" hachwyniaduii yn fnan a'u gi -,tiit.-Yn fyr, gellir treefcu y rhan o ddoluriau a ddygwyddant i'r cyfansoddina dynol cbrwj' en cjineiyd. CH^TTDDIADAT; Y DYFBGLWYF A CHYFXET^TDIAD BYWYD. | fMae hwn jn gyfnod mwyafperyglus yn mywydbenyw j mae yn dinystrio miloedd. Mae yr holl wly'byrwch tew yn casglu yn nghyd, ac fel y Uanw, yn'ysgubo ymaith ieeliyd, a bywy £ ei os na rwystrir hwynt yn amserol ae effeitMol. y ygyniaeth fwaf Rwr at yr arwyddion perygjus hyn, yw Pelen Holloway. Yn arfogedi'g a'r feddyginiaeth fawi' hon, eh- trwy y tanbrawf hwn, ae adferir y dyoddefydd unwaitli drachefnt gyflnwn ieehyd. Mae y Peleni hyn yn gyfartal effeithioli' a- holl achvyniad;n.i benywaidd, ae ataliadau ar doriad gwri'.i gv.Teigdod. GIATJ AC ISELDER YSPRYD. Cynifer o filocdd a ddyoddefant oddiwrth fathau yspryd, yn gwisgo ffurf o ellyll iddynt eu hnnain ac i bob o'u hamgylch, heb "-)-bod beth rydd ryddhad i'w dyoddefiadau I'r cyfryw mae peleni Holloway wedi profi yn fendith mewn achosion dirifecu. Drwy ddefnyddiad cyson o'r peleni an- mlu-isiadwy hyn, a rhoddi sylw priodol i f^vd a threfn, daros- tyngir T achosion gwaethaf yn fuan i alluoedd nerthol y feddyginiaeth hon, daw cyfansoddiad mwamal yr ymenydd yn dawel, a'r dyoddefydd unwaith draehefn i fwynhau ieehyd, let yn nyddiau ícnenet.c1. 1 eleni HoXloiwy ytlgnt y onv. 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