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G IN:NETT'S rjXECU8 AND HIPPODROME. The Queen's Own." Established over 60 years. The orly cirrus that has appeared twice by Royal Command before Her Majesty. At Brighton Pavilion, November 19th, 1832, At Balmoral Castle, June 1st, 1893. Will Visit LLAXGEFXI Tuesday. August 31st BEAUMARIS Wednesday, Sept. 1st -KA NG OR (S ta t i o n Field.Farrar-rd)..Thursdav.Sept. 2nd Under the patronage of the Mayor (Dr. Grey Edwards) CARNARVON Friday, Sept. 3rd LLANBE' is Saturday, Sept. 4th PENYGROES Monday, Sept. 6th PWLLHELI Tuesday, Sept. 7th NEVIN Wednesday, Sept. 8th CRICCIETII Thursday, Sept. 9th Friday, Sept. 10th BLAENAC FFESTINIOG .Saturday, Sept. 11th (and not MAENTWROG) Monday, Sept. 13th DOLGELLY ..Tuesday, sept. 14th TOWYX Wednesday. Sept. 15th MACHYNLLETH Thursday, Sept. 16th Bo: TH Friday, Sept. 17th ABERYSTWYTH Saturday, sept. IP N.B.-This world famous equestrian establishn- bigger and better than ever in honour of T it is glorious record reigon year 1897. Stain's Note.—The Jubilee year was Mr Ginnett's r cess (as will be remembered by everyone). b ,<t?atest sue tions of the present ausdicious season wil' ^'■the attrac- thing he has hitherto attempted.. Sttfrtass any- 150 HORSES AND AT?'' GRAND PROCESSION D/ O'CLOCF VLV AT ONE Programme of 20 items. 2.30 (doors open at 2 and 7). «?tei¥f00n 7.30 evening Notice.—As a special free, tion for the Queen's Diarr ^gtartttind outdoor attrac- queens of England fror /fmd j^ilee, the kings and Victoria the Good wi1 JI. WlHitKi the Conqueror to daily (weather permit < -it-ppear in Ginnett's procession every adult, as well N .-&-An object lesson for *^u™|}ee A?' ^s'for everr schoolboy or girl. N.B.- The pufi are the that money can secure, celebrated thor' are invited to inspect Mr Ginnett s ponies in the j^hbred Solves as well as the smallest stages- -world (from Lord Londonderry's famous The Ho- inexplicr, a Bros., the world's mystifiers. In their months jjJe thought transmission seance. Over 18 and St the Royal Aq-uarium. and the talk of all Europe for rica. Specially engaged before their departure P31 Australia. Ginneti's record reign clowns are very r d up to date Two of them having already appeared Aftre and delighted Her Majesty. Happy Jackles. .Alberto. Jolly Jim, Billy Benn. Mick and Mack, Fiddler .JJn, Chips and Trilby. To afternoon performance all child- Ten are admitted at 2d each. N.B.-The day representa- tion is equal in every respect to the evening performance. No item being onany pretence omitted. Evening perform- ance commences 7.30. Doors open at 7. PRICES OF ADMISSION—Stalls (Carpeted and Re- served). 3s Boxes (carpeted), 2s pit seats. Is area, 6d. Half-price for Children to all parts except area. Sole Proprietor .Mr Claude Gmnett Business Manager and Agent Mr Air. Norton 7729whl5567 < f< V T TP t CYCLES! CYCLER!! Spll IMPORTANT NOTICE. IF yon require a High-cla.es Machine at a Low Price yon cannot do better than have a WARRILOW" as yonr monnt for Season 1897. All Machines are thoroughly up-to-date and Goaranteed. We defy Competition. RIDE A WARRILOW. THE BEST AND CHEAPEST MACHINE IN THE MARKET. JJLABGE DISCOUNTS FOR CASH. ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUES gENT POST FREE TO ANY ADDUS TIIBQUQIIOVr THE WORLD. SPECIALITIES IN LADIES' SAFETIES. «Accessories of all kinds at Lowest Prices. Any achine taken in part Exchange. Don't delay bnt send at once for Catalogue, Free by Post,from W. R. WARRILOW, CYCLE MANUFACTURER, WESTON-SUPER-MARE, ENGLAND. 2323 BALA COUNTY SCHOOL. BEADMABTBB J. C. EVANS, M.A., Formerly Powia Exhibitioner and Scholar of Jeaxu College, Oxford, and late Assistant-master at Christ College, Brecon. Mathematical and Science Master: A. L. TURNER, B.A. (London), Formerly Master of Stratford-on-Avon Grammar School and Rochester Mathematical School). Drawing, Book-keeping, &o. O. R. OWEN (London University). NEW BUILDINGS admirably fitted with every convenience for Boarders. Preparation for the Universities, Civil Services Preliminaries of the Law and Medicine, and the Oxford and Cambridge Local Examinations, and a good Commercial Course. Boys attend, the place of worship selected by patent BOARD and TUITION (incusive charge), jE36 per annum. Reoently Scholarships have been obtained DIBECT from School at the University Colleges, Lampeter -College, and Clifton College also there have been several MartriculatioDB, including Two at London University (in 1st Division). DISTINCTIONS IN OXFOBD LOCAL EXAMINATIONS, »«.■> the SENIORS 2 Certificates of Exemption from Responsions (the First Examina ion at Oxford University 7 th place in all England in Englighm 2nd and 50th „ English. **■ V c 3rd place „ Religious Knowledge. JCNIORS., 17th, 13th and 24th Greek.^ 7th. 17th,30th and 88th in Latin. 11th.36th,32th,42nd&58th English 36th „ Mathematics 24th&25th Be\igir sKnowld'ge. NEXT TERM BEGINS SEPTEMBER 21st, when Entrance Bearding Scholarships ranging in value from J10 to IC20 a year will be offered for competition by the Beadmsster. For Particulars apply to Headmastjr. LIVERPOOL HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. BELVEDERE-ROAD, PBINCE'S PARK. LIVERPOOL. Headmistress, MISS CANNINGS. THF. AUTUMN TERM will begin on TUES- DAY, SEPTUMBHB 21at. i Prospectuses and forms of application for admis sion may be obtained at the ITCHOOL or from th, SBCBSTARY of the Girls' Public Day Scliool Com- pany, Limited, 21, Qaeen Anne's Gate, London, S W A PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT IS ATTACHED TO THB SCHOOL. 15591u FRIARS SCHOOL, BANGOR. HEABMASTBB W. GLYNN WILLIAMS, M.A. ASBIETAST MASTERS E. W. LOVEGROVE, M.A., formerly Scholar of New College, Oxford First ClaBS Mathema- tical Moderations, 1889, and Finals, 1891. H. A. GARDNER, B.A., Wadham College. Ox- ford formerly Assistant Master in Truro Grammar School. D. THOMAS, B.Sc. (Interna.), London. W. R. GRIFFITH, Science and Art Department. FOUR BOYS directly from this School, and two indirectly, pussed in the First Division of the Matrioulation Examination of the University of Walts in July last. l- THE SCHOOL WTLT, RE-OPEN AT NINE A.M. ON THURSDAY, SEPT. 23zD. Tuition F-ap, £6 ppr annum endar, 99 over, the age of 13. Board-rg Feea (pending the erection of new buildings) £ 30 per annum. 15583 T LASDOTERY COLLEGE. MICHAELMAS TERM will begin on WEDNESDAY, BBPTEMBER 22nd. Boarders return the Previous Day. One Year's Successes include Nine Scholarships and Exhibitions at Oxford and Cambridge direct from School, aad the largest numler of Distinctions gained by any School in the Oxford and Cambridge Schools Examination. Rbr particulars apply to the WARDEN, College. Llan: DOVERY. lMMwh Establishes 1807. 1 I ART 1STIO j I AND T~> 'GENERAL /->J i RINTINu "Promptly and Neatly Executed at Reasonable Prices, at the NORTH WALES CHRONICLE Printing Works, Caxton House, High Street, BANGOR. FIFTY NFOUNTS of the Latest Faces have lately been added to the JOBBING DEPARTMENT, which makes it now one of the LARGEST PRINTING PLANTS IN WALES. All the Machinery ABE DRIVEN BY A Powerful" Otto" Gas Engine, Which have been adapted t. run at the Quickest Speed Possible. All Orders carefully attended to. Auctioneers' PRINTING Executed with Neatness and Despatch. Particulars of SALE With or without Plans, POSTERS Of Concerts, Bazaars, Sales, &c., PLAIN OR IN COLOURS. Church and Chapel Printing of every Description. Programmes Sf Tickets. In Memoriam Cards, Ball Programmes, Menus, &c. ELECTION ADDRESSES. PAMPHLETS Of Every Description in English or Welsh. Colour & Ornamental Printing Head Publishing Office: North Wales Chronicle Office, High St., Bangor. Branch Publishing Offices Directory Office Upper Mostyn Street, Llandudno. Clorianydd Office, Bridge St., Llangefni. PtsttU Address North Wales Chronicle Office, I Bangor. Telegraphic Address Chronicle," Bangor L .TELEPHONE No. 7 (ILOBE FURBISHING COMPANY, COMPLETE HOUdE FURNISHERS, Wholesale and Retail, 12,14,16, and 18, PEMBROKE-PLACE, LIVERPOOL. FURNISH FOR CASH OR ON THE HIRE-PURCHASE SYSTEM AT CASH PRICES. The GLOBE FURNISHING COMPANY, the oldest established, and by far the most extensive Furnishers on the Hire-Purchase System in the Provinces, supply every requisite for the complete Furnishing of Cottage, Hotel.or Mansion, considerably cJ- op ) than the majority of those firms who sellfor cash only This we are able to do through having a very large capital at command,and being the bona fide manufacturers of the principal goods we sell. NO SECURITY REQUIRED, NO EXTRA EXPENSES, ON OUR HIRE-PURCHASE SYSTEM The fair and equitable manner in which our business is f carried on, and our reasonable terms and low prices are so well known throughout the North of England and Wales as to render further comment unnecessary. General terms, which however can be altered to suit the convenience of purchasers payment Weekly, Monthly.or Quarterly. Amount of Purchase £ 10 Payment per Week 3s 6d £ 20 „ 68 Od I t50 „ 10B Od 9100 17s 6d IC500 30s Od An inspection of our stock will at once satisfy intending purchasers that we give better value and offer easier pay- ments than any other house furnishers on the Hire-Pur- chase System in the Provinces. All goods are Delivered Free in our own or private vans and no expenses of any kind are incurred by customers Furniture sent to any part of England or Wales. CAUTION.—As some firms adopt various means-such as copying our prospectuses, &c., -with the evident intention of inducing the public to believe they are con- ected with us, please note our address. FURNISH FOR CASH OR ON THE HIRE- PURCHASE SYSTEM. I New Prospectus, Large, Illustrated Catalogue, Press Opinions and Price List, sent post free on application. Please mention this paper. BusinessHours.9 am. to 7 p.m.;Saturdays,9 a m. to 6 p.m. GLOBE FURNISHING COMPANY, 14,16, AND 18, PEMBROKE-PLACE, LIVERPOOL. Railw ty Fares allowed to Country Customers. A. RICHARDSON'S WONDERFUL 1/- PARCEL OF MUSIC. 20'- WORTH FOR 1/ I CHESTER HJODEL IRON pIANOS BEST VALUE FOR MONEY, 21 Guineas Cash. By Instalments, 15s 2d per Month. THE POPULAR IRON PIANOS. 14 Guineas Cash. By Instalments, 10s6d per Month. THE POPULAR AMERICAN ORGANS, 12 Stops, 2 Knee Swells, Mirror Top, 12 Guineas Cash. By Instalments, 9s 4d per Month. TUNING and REPAIRING by Best Workmen SINGLY or by YEARLY CONTRACT. THE WHOLE OF NORTH WALES VISITED. 43, Bridge Street-row, Chester, AND Central Arcade, Wrexham. 2233rl4343 THE BANGOR AND ARVON PERMANENT BENEFIT BUILDING SOCIETY. REGISTERED OFFICS 239, HIGH STREET, BANGOR. PRKSIDENT ALDKBMAN JOHN EVAN ROBERTS, J.P ,BANGOR LARGE RESERVE FUND INCREASING ANNUALLY. Paid-up Shares, £ 10 each. "J Subscription Share, 5s and I Entrance Fee. upwards per month. [ per sharers 6d. Advances repayable (by Monthly Instalments) in 5, 10, 15, or 20 years on Leasehold and Free- hold Properties. ADVANTAGES: To Subscribers. 1. A convenient place for Investment, with Absolute Security and Good Interest. 2. Investments withdrawable AT AIRE TIME by Notice or other arrangement. To Borrowers 1. Funds always available for advances. 2. Easy scale of Repayments. 3. Moderate Solicitor's Charges (by Speoial Arrangement). 4. Premium ALDED TO, and not deducted FROM, advance. 5. Mortgage effected with the utmost Despatch and Seer ecy. 6. Easy facilities for Redemption of Mortgages ANITIMR withoat any charge. Applicatiou.g,&o., to be addressed to the Secretary pro. tem., Mr ROBERT ROBEBTS, at the society's offices, 239,(High Street. J 15059a AM BOB ATH O A R GRAPHWA I I H A LLYFR-RWYMIAD EWCH AT Nixon a Jarvis GYFERBYN A'R CLOC BANGOR f NI OFYJMIR TALIADAU YN j MLAENLLAW. BENTHYCA ARTAN YN GYFRINACHOL i Amaethwyr, Masnachwyr, Lletty-gadwyr, ac eraill mewn symiau o lOp i fyuy i 500p ar addaweb y Benthyciwr ei bun beb feichiafon, ar delerau rhesymol. Trefnir yr ad-dalidau i gyfarfod izofyn- on y benthyewyr. NI CHYMERIR DIM BILLS OF SALE. Mae busnes gwirioneddol a belaeth wedi ei wneud am y 25 mlynedd diweddaf. Mae canoedd o fenthyewyr wedi rhoddi tystiolaeth wirfoddol i'r modd teg a rhc-symol yr ymwneir a hwy. Ceir manyion wn wrth ymofyn, trwy lytbyr nea yn bereonol, a GEORGE PAYNE, Accountant, j 2360c Crescent-r ad, Rhyl. i PATRONISED BY THE Loading Auctioneers and Business-men in North Vales and by the Principal Theatrical Agents. &c j GRIFFITH- DAVIES, 23, Union Street, j I BANGOR. ) THE ORIGINAL BANGOR BILLPOSTER. J ESTABLISHID 30 YIABS. i I Member of the United Kingdom Billposters' ) Association. I LIST of PRIVATE STATIONS in Bangor Glanadda, West End, Near the Railway Station, High-street, 3 on Glan'raton Hill, Market- place, 3 in Love-lane, 5 on Garth.road. Beaumaria: I —Market Hall. Bethesda.:—1 at Railway Station i and 2 in the Centre o! the Village. AH boards kept in good order and satisfaction guaranteed. Charges Moderate. Contraots under- taken to post tbe whole of the surrounding district of Anglesey, &c. Conversant with both ianguages Welch and English). I A C H AU D D A N O D D YN DDISYMWTH GAN RTI\ITI?T)'Q Atalia Bydredd. Rhwystrau eu JJUJL* -LX1j.LV O tynu. Gwareda rhag Anhunedd. Symadir Neuralgic Headaches a'r XT |ii D~\T f \T L1 holl boenau gienol eraill gan Bun- JH'Ui V li1 £ i ere Nervine. Yr hoU fferyllwyr, Is l,c, Oherwydd pydreidd eang mewn dau gilddant, dioddefais boenau dirdynol am ddau ddiwrnod. Cymbellwyd fi i roddi treial ar Bunter's Nervine. Gwnaethum hyny. I fy mawr hyfrydwch, ciliodd y boen yn gyflym a Ilwyr. Byth er hyny yr wyf dracbefn a thrachefn wedi derbyn yr esmwythad mwyaf oedd yn bosibl oddiwrth boen tost yn esgyrn y pen drwy gymeryd pedwar nea bum' dyferyn (ar lwmp o siwgr gwyn) o Banter's Nervine -Parob AUBREY C. PRICE, B.A. (diweddar Gvmr&wd o'rColegNewvdd.Rhydychain). 1269u wo- IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE. COMPANIES (WINDING UP). MR JUSTICE VAUGHAN WILLIAMS. In the matter of the Companies Acto, 1862 to 1890, and in the macter of the BANGOR MUTUAL SHIP INSURANCE SOCIETY, Limited, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Creditors of the above named Company are required, on or before the 8th day of OBTOBER next, to Bend their names and addressoe, and the particulars of tier debts or claims, and the names and addresses of their Solicitors fit any) to WILLIAM JOHN PARRY, of Coetmor Hall, Bethesda, Chartered Accountant, the Liquidator of the Eaid Company, aoting under the supervision of the above Court, and if so required by notice in writing from the said Liquidator are by rheir Solicitors to come in and prove their said dsMs or claims at Bach time and place as shall be 3pe::ifi?<i in such notica or in default thereof will be excluded from tho benefit of any dii-tribotton m!1de before sacti debts are proved. Dated this 27th day of AUGUST. 1897. RICHARD ROBERTS, 11 Old Palace CbRmbern. Carnarvon, 2448p Solicitor to the above-named Liquidator. BANGOR CLERICAL EDUCATION SC)Clf i'Y. AN EXAMINATION will be held on TUES- DAY, SKPTEMBEU 7TB, to fil! up eoixie Vao*Dt EXHIBITIONS, topers will be Set in Olassice, Mathematics, Divimty. and Wi-ish.-For particu- lars, apply to tha SECRETARY, School of Divinify, Bangor. Z24I3 BONUS YEAR, 1897. THE LIVERPOOL VICTORIA LEGAL FRIENDLY SOCIETY. Established 1843. Claims paid, £ 3,153,348. Accumulated Funds, £1,193,119. THE above Society requires a few men as AGENTS to work Bangor and Bethesda. Terms, salary and oommission and speedy promotion.—Apply, J. HARKINS, 370 High-dtrset, Bangor. 2451p TO LET, the HOUSE above a Shop opposite the Market, Bangor very scitafcle for Offices or Privata Dwelling. BRYN COCH, BANGOR.—TO BE LET, A compact PRIVATE RESIDENCE, beauti- fully situated three minutes' walk from the Station, overlooking the platform. Most splendid view of tha City and to Llandudno, with a very l large garden. Apply to Hamilton & Jones, Market-place, Bangor. 15573-7741 BttVE POUNDS REWARD will be given for in- formation leading to the conviction of Persons representing themselves to be our Travellers for the sale of Spectacles. We kave not, and never had any, I Travellers. WOOD, ABRAHAM'S Eyesight Test- ing Rooms for Spectacles, Liverpool and Manchester. To avoid mistakes, use the full xame, Wood, Abraham's" 2442jhl5555 WANTED, immediately, FOREMAN MANAGER for a Granite Stone Quarry, partly developed, Crushing Machinery being erected. Must be experienced, and have thorough knowledge of Quarrying and Dressing Stone for Building Purposes. and competent to keep set of Quarry Books. Welshman preferred. Perma- nency for a suitable man. Salary, £ 130 per aunum.-Apply, giving full particulars, with re- ferences and copies of testimonials, to W. Lee Walker, Towyn. 2447tw Y GWIB YN 11\ EBBYN Y BYD. EISTEDDFOD GADEIFIOL, MEIRION, I Yr hon a gynhelir yn NOLGELLAU, CALAN 1898. BEIRNIAD CERDDOBOL JOSEPH BENNETT, Yaw., Llnndain. BKIBNIAD Y FABDDONIAETH PEDROG, Llynlieifiad. PRIF DESTYNATF". Traethawd. -11 Diffy-ion y Cymariad Cymreig," gwobr £ 5. Testyn y Gadair.-Il Budd agoliaetb," gwobr JET a Chadair Hardd. l'r Cor 0 uûrbyw niter a gano yn oreu "Kyrie Eleison a Gloria "-MoztrL's 12th MRi-9 (geiriau argrapbiad Novello BSU Curwen), gwobr £ 40. I'r Cor beb fod drds 52 mewn nifer a goina yn oreD v Rh*nR&n :Awel y Wawr (Daybteak), M. W. Griffith. Cyhoeddwyd yn "Y Cerddor," gan Hughes & Son, Wraxham, gwobr £10 yn nghyda Medal Arian. Corau Meibion. — (a) "Wyr Pliilistia" D. Jenkins (b) "Gwanwyn" Muller, gwobr £10 a Medal Arian. Seindyrf Pres (Srasa Band).—Glee—" 0 snatch me swift," Dr. talloott. Published by T. A. Haigh, Music Publisher, Hull, ea. of "Advanced series of Mnsio," gwobr ^10 a Mbdal Arian. I'r Wyth o Basses a gano yn oreu The Lord is a Man of War allan o Israel in Egypt (fiandel), gw;,br £ 1 103. Musical Deill.-N.. of ohildren not to exoeed 24, r prize R4. O. O. ROBERTS, "I Vo EDVV. WILLIAMS, J 2439wia rjiOBACCOIsISTS, STATIONERS, &c. -1- Cinderella and Woodbine Cigarettes, 3s Id per box. Old Gold and other 3d packets, Is 9id per 100. Shag, 3s 2d per lb Cigars. 4s 6d per 100. Cigarettes 4s 3d per lb. 80 PAGE ILLUSTRATED PRICE LIST POST FREE. Cheapest House for Stationery, Toys, Cutlsry, Af. FBAJEGNKEiL., BROS. (S. DEPT.), 58, 59, 60 AND 60a, Houndsditoh, London, E.C. 2392 wh AMERICAN LINE SOUTHAMPTON NEW YORK SERVICE UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS, SOUTHAMPTON TO NEW YORK DIRECT, Every SATURDAY. Highest Class of accommodation for Saloon, Second Cabin Steerage Passengers. Steerage Outfit Free. LIVERPOOL—PHILADELPHIA SERVICE. Every WEDNESDAY LIVERPOOL TO PHILADELPHIA Calling at Qneenstown every Thursday. STEERAGE OUTFIT FREE. Passengers an S Goods are landed at Philadelphia on the Wha* of the Pennsylvania Railroad, whiëh has the Shortest and most Direct Route to all places in the Western tates. Apply to RICHARDSON, SPENCE & South- ampton or Liverpool; or to Local Agents:—Edward Jones, 173, High-street Bangor; Hogh Hughes, 8, Market-row, Amlwch; H. J. Williams, 50, High- et, Bethesda; T.J.Williams, Meirion-terraoe,Blaenau Festiniog; J. R. Statin, Station-road, Colwyn Bay; W. Jones, Rose Hill-street, Conway; O. Jones, Old Post-office, Penygroos T. Evans and Co. Station Chambers, Rhyl. 8136BJ emigration: THOS1I WHO DESIRE I INFORMATION ABOUT The A«rrlcultural Resources of Canada, the > or} Si-West Territories, and British ci)t-u ;,nd of the Gold yields ia Ontario and British Columbia, SHOULD WRITE TO ALLAN MKOTHEKS, 19, James Street, LIVILSKIPOOLI, FOR THRIR HANDBOOK AND PAM- FTN IFTS. WHICH ARE SENT FJTWT. EVAN DAVIES, BILL-POSTER & TOWN OBIER 2, Hughenden Cottage, FORT MA DOC, BiltiS to inform the Public that he Rents all the principal Posting Statiana in Portwndcc and district. 15540p and district. 15540p <

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