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^t\y"btiddioii dyltoeciciuØ. PELENAU LLYSIEUOL JONES TREMADOG, 5EFYDLWYD YN Y FLWYDDYN 1839, A brofwyd yn ystod y PEDAIR BLYNEDD A DEUGAIN a basiodd yn feddyginiaeth fwyaf effeithiol er Bymmud pob anhwylderau, ac i ragflaenu pob doluriau sydd yn dilyn diffyg treuliad bwyd. Conwch mai'r stumog sy'n treulio'r bwyd, so mai o'r bwyd y gvmeir gwaed. Gan hynny, y mae PELENAU LLYSIEUOL JONES TREMADOG y gwaed burydd mwyaf effeithiol sydd yn bod. Na reder ar ol y lliaws Meddyginiaethau newyddion a di- brawf a gynnygir i chwi, ond cadwer at YR HEN FEDDYGINIAETH, a brofwyd am dros BEDAIR BLYNEDD A DEUGAIN yn iechyd ifiloedd o ddioddefwyr. Ymofyner a'r goruchwylwyr am Dystiolaethau o welliadau y miloedd a adferwyd o ymyl angau drwy offerynoliaeth PELENAU JONES TREMADOG. Ar werth gan holl Gyffyrwyr y byd, mewn Blyohao lB. Hc j 28. 9c. j a 4s. 6c. Y rhai mwyaf yw y rhattaf mewn cydwerth. Os methir eu cael mewn ardal, anfonweh eu gwerth mewn stamps i'r CAMBRIAN PILL DEPOT, a aeuant yn ol gyd 4 throad y post yn ddidraul. GOCHELER TwYLLI-Nid oes llai na box cyfan o BILLS TREMADOG i'w cael [9 RESTORATION OF LLANALLGO CHURCH. T LANALLGO will ever be associa-ted with -*— the terrible fate of the Royal Charter;" no leas than 140 of the unfortunate passengers and crew are bur- ied here. The original Church, dedicated to S. Galgo.was built about the seventh century. H. Kennedy, Esq., the Architect, estimates the entire cost of restoration, without the tower, at £ 400; with the tower, X550. Special subscriptions may be made for the improvement and enlargement of the Church yard. SUBSCRIPTIONS: (From February 14th, 1884.) 4. J. Rice-Roberts, Esq., Tanygraig 50 0 0 W. Williams, Esq., Parciau 30 0 0 Mrs. Jones-Parry, Aberdunant, Tremadoc.. 25 0 0 The Lord Bishop of Bangor 10 0 0 Mrs. Vaughan, Deanery, Llandaff 10 0 0 The Rector, Llanallgo 10 0 0 The Rt. Hon. Lady Neave 10 00 The Right Hon. Lord Boston 10 0 0 Miss Pritchard, Plasgwyn 5 5 0 Collected by Mrs. Williams, Parciau. 5 0 0 The Rt. Hon. Lady Blackett 5 0 0 Mr. Williams, Devon House, Bangor. 3 3 0 Rev. H. Thomas, M.A., Rector, Llaneilian.. 2 2 0 Rev. E. T. Watts, H.M. Inspector of Schools 110 Mr. Roberts, Assistant do. 1 10 Rev. T. L. Davies, Llandyfrydog 1 I 0 Rev. J. E. Williams, M.A., Rector, Llan- wenllwyfo 110 Rev. R. Roberts, Vicar, Amlwch 110 Rev. D. Griffith, Amlwch 110 Rev. Canon Williams, Llanfaelog 110 Rev. R. H. Williams, M.A., Rector, Llan- sadwrn 110 Miss Lees, Southport, per Miss Sellers, Amlwch 1 00 Rev. R. Richards, Rector, Penrhoslligwy 10 0 Rev. W. H. Evans, Llaneilian 0 10 6 Mrs. Dr. Ronald, Loch Carron, N.B. 0 10 6 Dr. Pierce, Denbigh 0 10 6 Rev. J. Smith, Vicarage, Rhosybol 0 10 6 M. H. Roberts, Esq., late of Garneddwen 0 10 6 Mrs. Roberts, Llanallgo School 0 10 6 J. WILLIAMS, LLANALLGO RECTORY Pentraeth, Anglesey, JIOle, 1884. E. DAVIES, CLERICAL TAILOR, OUTFITTER, HATTER & MEECEK, COMPTON HOUSE, LLMEIiLY, U VÁ A Á¡ AÅ ;J., Á.ÁAJ.ÖÁ'i A.J.i.t DESIRES RESPECTFULLY rpo call the attention of the Clergy to the under-mentioned Prices of Garments, in the mak- ing of which, Style and Finish are ensured by employing none but competent workmen:— £ s. d. £ s. d. Superfine Clerical Suits 3 10 0 to 5 10 0 Serge or Tweed 2 15 0 to 4 0 0 Oxford Tweed Overcoats 1 15 0 to 3 0 C 1, „ Trousers 0 14 6 to 1 10 i Clerical Hats.—Soft Felts from 5s. 6d. Hard Fefte from 7s. 6d. College Caps, Birettas, Skull Caps, &c. Clerical Collars, 10s. 6d. & 12s. 6d. per dozen. E. D. takes this'opportunity of thanking all Patrons for their liberal support during the last 30 years, and begs to solicit an increasing continuance of their favours and kind recommendation, assuring them thatall Orders shall have strict personal attention. Measurement forms may be had on application. [68 DAVID EVANS, Late Collector of the Merthyr-Tydfd Gas Company, |I>EGS to inform his friends and the public that he has commenced business as an ACCOUNTANT, AUCTIONEER, MORTGAGE and GENERAL COMMISSION AOKST, and re- spectfully solicits their patronage. Rents and Debts Collected, Fire and Life Assurances Effected, Valuations for Probate, &c. Moderate Charges and Prompt Settlements. [ 11 OmrcE 29. HIGH STREET, ME RTHYTl-T YDFT F. C PULMAN, Bill Poster, and Towij • Crier, Victoria Street Merthyr Tydfil,

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