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GLOBE „ JUBNISHING COMPANY, 12 TO 18, PEMBHOKE PLACE, LlVtRPOOL J CYFLENWIR DODREFN AM ARIAN I neu ar eln CYNLLUN ARBENIG 0 HUR-BP. Y NI ANT AM ARIAN PAROD. SYLWER- Y mae ein cvnlhin o Hur-bryriant yn hollol wahanol i unrhyw un arall, ac y mae wedi derbyn cymeradwyaetli uehel gan yr oil j o'r wasg leol. el NI OFYNIR UNRHYW SICRWYDD, I CHODIR UNRHYW GOSTAU C'HWANEGOL AR EIN CYNLLUN 0 HUR-BRYNXANT. Y mae ein dull teg a ehyfiawn o gario yn mlaen ein busnes, ein telerau rhesymol, a'n prisiau ixcl, araor adnabyddus trwy yr oil o Ogledd Lloegr a I Chymru, fel nad oes angeii unrhyw syfrvadau peiiach. jfjp ELERAU — Yr ydym yn rhoddi F n Cwsm-eriaid y rhagorfraint o drefnu eu telerau en him a in i dalu, gan rriii hwy a wvr pa faint a allan t fforddio dalu bob wythnos j sea lis. j Anfonir yr boll Nwyddau allan yn rhydrl' oddi- j wrth gost, ac ni bydd yn rhaid i'r Cvrsmeriaid fyned | i unrhyw draul. Anfonir dodrefa i unrhyw ran o Loesrr neu Gymru. Gellir cael Vans preifat, os yn ofynol. Ni chodir unrhvw dal. Bydd i arolygiad ar ein hystoc foddloni y rhai a fwria.dant brynu ein bod yn rhoddi gwell gwerth -Bag unrhyw Dy Dodrefnol arall ar y cynllun o Hur- bryniant yn y wlad. DODREFlJ AM ARYAN. NEU EIN CYNLLUN G HUR-BRYNIANT AM ARIAN PAROD. Anfonir ein Rhagleni Newydd. ein "Catalogue" mAWT ac addurnedig, trwy v Uythyrdy yn rhad, ond gwneud cais am danynt. GLOBE FURNISHING COMPANY, (J. R. GRANT, Perchenog), 12 TO 18. PEM BROKE-PLACE, LIVERPOOL. Oriau Busnes :—9 yn. y boreu i 8 y nos. Dydd Sadwrn -9 yn y boreu hyd 6 y nog. J 9646 W IN IF -RE I-I'S CHURCH OF ENGLAND Public Day and Boarding School FOR GIRLS, BANGOR, N. WALES. Visitor: THE LORD BISHOP OF BANGOR. Provost: REV. ARTHUR TALBOT. Lady Warden MISS A. M. COLERIDGE. Hon. Chaplain: The Very Rev. THE DE AN OF BANGOR. Headmistress: MISS E. L. WELCHMAN, LL.A. ri, N HIS SCHOOL offers an Education preparatory to Cambridge Local, R.A.M., and South Kensington Examinations, with definite Church tesebing- Terms for Boarders from 31 Guineas per an- num Day Pupils, 9 Guineas; Day Boarders, 15 Guineas. 1045 MOUNT HOUSE SCHOOL AND KIM DE RG ARTEN, UPPER BANGOK, Principal: MISS GIBBS (Assisted by Resident and Visiting Teachers). THTSS SCHOOL offers a Thorough Education to Girls and Junior IVys. Modern Methods. Certificated Teachtis. Gymnasium. Tennis. School Library. KINDERGARTEN DEPARTMENT under a fully CERTIFICATED (Froebel) MISTRESS. A CLASS FOR BOYS, agt.i 8 to 12, has commenced. Prospectus on application to the Principal. 11738 yiOLlN WESSONS. MISS ISABEL HEWITT and MISS MAR- GARET HEWITT give LESSONS at Own or Pupil's Residence. Penmaenmawr, Conway, Llandudno, and Col- wyn Bay visited. Bodafon, Upper Bangor. 14837 "^COUNTY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, COLLEGE- ROAD, UPPER BANGOR. Headmistress :—MISS MASON, B.A. T HIS School will OPEN for the SPRING TERM on THURSDAY, January 19th, 1899. The Entrance Examination will be held a.t the School at 10 o'clock on WEDNESDAY, January 18th. Par- ticulars, Prospectuses, and Entrance Forms may be obtained from the Clerk, Mr J. Glynne Jones, Maso-nic Chambers, Bangor. The Headmistress will be at the School House on Tuesday, January 17th, between 4 p.m. and 6 P-ui-, to see Parents. 17527 ORGAN, PIANO, and THEORY. Mr CHARLES MELLODEW LEES (member of the Incorporated Society of Musicians;) has Vacancies for Pupils in the above subjects. Pu- pils prepared for the various Local Examinations. Schools attended.—For terms as to the above, Organ Recitals, etc., apply to Haven House, Con- way. 17543 BALA COUNTY SCHOOL. Headmaster — J. C. EVANS, M.A., Formerly Powis Exhibitioner and Scholar or Jesus College, Oxford, and late Assistant-Ma ter at Christ College, Brecon. Mathematical and Science Master :— A. L. TURNER, B.A. (London. Formerly Master of Stratford on Avon Granmar School and Rocliester .Mathematical SchooL Drawing, Book-keeping, etc. I O. R. OWEN (London University). r NEW BUILDINGS admirably fitted with every} convenience for Boarders. Preparation for the Universities, Civil Service, Preliminaries of the Law and Medicine, and the Oxford and Cambridge Local Examinations, and good Commercial Course. Boys attend the place of worship selected by paren ts. BOARD AND TUiTION (inclusive charge), £ 36 per antnum. Recently Scholarships have been obtained direct ,from School at the University Colleges, Lampeter College, and Clifton College, also there have been several Matriculations, including Two at London Uni- versity (in 1st Division). I DISTINCTIONS IN OXFORD LOCAL EXAMINA- TIONS. Among the Seniors 2 Certificates of Exemption from Responsions (the First Examination at Oxford: University) 7th place, in all England in English; 2n4 and 50th, England in English 33rd place Re- ligious Knowledge. juniors.—7th, 13th, and 24th, in Greek 7th, 17th, 30th, and 58th, in Latin 11th, 36th, 32nd, 42nd, and 58th, in English; 36th, in Mathematics 24th and 25th, in religious Knowledge. II For particulars apply to Headmaster. ST. BRANPAN'S PREPARATORY SCHOOL, I BANGOR. Principal, MISS M. LOWATER (Late of Dulwich High School). HE SPRING TERM -will commence on MONDAY, January 2nd. Estabished XS07 j ARTISTIO AND i < GENERAL ft I PRÏÑEÏING Promptly and Neatly Executed at Reasonable Prices, at the NORTH WALES CHRONICLE Printing TVorks, Caxton House, High Street, BANGOR. FIFTY NEW FOUNTS of the Latest Faces have lately been added to the JOBBING DEPARTMENT, which makes it now one o the LARGEST PRINTING PLANTS IN WALES. All the Machinery AnE DRIVEN BY A I Powerful Otto' Gas 'Engine, Which have been adapted t, run at the Quickest Speed Possible. I All Orders carefully attended to. I Auctioneers' PBINTING Executed with Neatness and Despatch. Particulars of SALE With or without Plans. I POSTERS I Of Concerts, Bazaars, Sales, &c., j PLAIN OR IN COLOURS. Church and Chapel Printing of every Description. Programmes fy Tickets. In Memoriam Cards, Ball Programmes, Menus, &c. ELECTION ADDRESSES. Colour & Ornamental Printing PAMPHLETS Of Every Description in English or Welsh. Head Pubishing Office North Wales Chronicle Omce, High St., Bangor. Branch Publishing Offices I)irectory Office, Upper Mostyn Street, Llandudno. Clorianydd Office, Bridge St., Llangefni. Postal Address: North Wales Chronicle Office, Bangor. Telegraphic Address Chronice," Bangor '0 I fELEPBONE Nt.7 PORTHMADOG. CYFARFOD LLLNYDDOL YR EGLW YS. Gwyl Dewi Sant 1899. DROS JMO MEWN GWOBRWYON. Piyddest, "Kartoum" (heb fod dros- gan' llinell). I fr Cor o 35 o leiaf a gano oreu "The Pilgrim" (Henry Leslie), L15. Gwobrwyon am Farddoniaeth, Cerddoriaeth, Celfyddydwaith, Gwniadwaith. Am fanylion ymofyner a J. TOBIAS, Porthmadog, 2964 Ysgrifenydd. AMERICAN LINE. UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS. SOUTHAMPTON—NEW YORK SERVICE. SOUTHAMPTON to NEW YORK SATURDAYS, at Noon. HIGHEST CLASS of Accommodation for Sal- n oon, Second Cabin, and Steerage Paasen- gers. LIVERPOOL PHILADELPHIA SERVICE. Every WEDNESDAY, LIVERPOOL TO PHILADELPHIA, Calling at Queenstown every Thursday. Passengers and Goods are landed at Philadel- phia on the Wharf of the Pennsylvania Railroad, which has the Shortest and most Direct Route to all places in the Western State&-Apply to Rich- ardson, Spence and Co., Southampton or Liver- pool, or to Local Agents:—Edward Jones, 173, High-street, Bangor; Hugh Hughes, 8, Market- row, Amlwch; H. J. Williams, 50, High-street, Bethesda; T. J. Williams, Meirion-terrace, Blaenau Festiniog; J. R. Statin, Station-road, Colwyn Bav; W. Jones, Rose Hill-street, Con- way; O. Jones, Old Post-office, Penygroes; T. Evans and Co., Station Chambers, Rhyl. 8136 ALLAN LINE ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS. TO CANADA and the UNITED STATES. SAILINGS FROM LIVERPOOL. s.s. LAURENTIAN, for Portland direct Jan. 12th s.s. SIBERIAN, for Halifax & Philadelphia Jan. 21 s.s. NUMILDIAN, for Halifax and St. John, N.B. Jan 26th s.s. COREAN, for Halifax and Philadelphia. Feb 4th SALOON FARE FROM JB11. SECOND CABIN, L7; STEERAGE, L5. Through Tickets to all points at special rates. CANADA.—Handbooks, Maps, Rates, and Full Particulars free on application to Allan Brothers and Co., 19, James-street, Liverpool; or to M. Goldie, 217, High-street, Bangor. 16402 SWYDI)FA YSWIRIOL Y SUN. SYLFAEN WYD YN 1710. Y SWM YS-WIRIEIHG YN 1897 UWOHLAW E, 4 2 5, 0 0 0, 0 0 0. Am bob Manylion ymofyner a'r Goruchwylwyr canlynol: Bangor Mr James Smith. do .Mr Richard Hall. Bala.Mr R. L. Jones, Mount Place. Beaumaris.Mr Frederick Geary. Caema.rfon Mr William Hugh Owen.. Conwy.Mr Chas. Drover, Deganwy, Llandudno. Dolgellau Mr Thos. P. Jones-Parry. Caergybi Mr Owen Hughes. [ Llandudno.Mr Edgar W. Riches. Llangefni Mr William, Thomas. Porthmadog..Mr John Tobias, cyfreithiwr. PdLoo-on-Sea..Alr P. J. Kent. 2961 2961 ö.M BOB &.ATH 0 ARGRAPHWAnH A LLY FR-RWYMIAD RWCH AT Nixon a Jarvis GYFERBYN A'R CLOC BANGOR CYCLES! CYCLES! CYCLES! AGENTS WANTED. Bargains. Bargains. Bargains for 1899, best value ever offered. Wonderful bar- gains. Write for large 1899 List, post free to any address, containing Wholesale Trade prices of 500 Machines, new and second-hand. Agents wanted. Lowest price ever offered. Trade List and Whole- sale Term? ort receipt of Post Card. Agents wanted, splendid chance to secure high-class Machines at rock bottom prices. List of 500 Machines post free. Wholesale Trade Ladies' Machines from j35 10s, Gents' from L2 10s.-WARRILOW & CO.. Cycle Manufacturers, Regent-street, Weston-super-Mare. 2965 ALLIANCE ASSURANCE COMPANY. ESTABLISHED 1824.: Capital — FIVE MILLIONS. Invested Funds over 4 Millions. THE RIGHT HON, LORD ROTHSCHILD, CHAIBMAN ROBERT LEWIS, CanF SZCBXTART. CBIEF OFFIO* BABTHOLOMKW LANa, LOHDON. LIFE —r— T_- World-free and Indisputable Assurances. Large Bonuses Expenditure low and limited. Security Unexcelled Special Reinstatement and Nonforfeiture Plans! Special Reinstatement and Nonforfeiture Plans. FIRE Proposals and Enquiries attended to promptly. j Surveys and Plans for Insurance of extensive pro- ] perties made free of cost. Rates moderate Losses settled promptly. BRANCHES at—among other places— LIVERPOOL: 30, Exehange-strset, East; O. MORGAN OWEN, Secretary. WREXHAM!: 23, Qigb-utreet ionti FRAHOIS, Secretary. Prospectuses, etc.. may be obtained from any of the Company's Branches «r Agents. 16332 RAPHAEL'S ALMANAC 1899 now mdj. Contains hints to Farmers and Gardeners. Birthday Information. When to buy, sell, specu- late, etc., etc. Price 6d.-Foulaham, 4, Pilgrim- at., E.C., and all Stationers. 17164 < I A. C H A T) _I I I) I) A. 1" 0 D YN DDISYMWTH GAN I-!TTlSJrF tP A'.siiii Bydredd. Rhwystrau e L» vJ A" 1 JUll k • t'. iiu. Gwareda rhag Anhunedd Symudir Neuralgic enoacbes a'r \T li' l'TF i \T L* tioll bounau gituol eraill ».an Bun- li i 'JLl V J.i.1 er's Nervine. )L r hoil fleiyli Y)-, Is lie. Oherwydd pyciretin B ,cit; mewn da.u gilddanfc dioddefais boenau d)r .yuoi lun ddsu ddiwruod. Cymheliwyd fl l rodd: trsial ar Bittittr's Nerviiio. Gwnaethum hyny. I fy mawr hyfr>dwcb, ciliodd y boen yn gyflym a llwyr. Bych er byuy yr wyf draohefn a thriichcfii wadi dfrbyn yr esmwythad mwyaf oedd yn boiiib) oddiwrth boeu tost yn osgyrn y pea drwy gytueryd pedwar neu bucu dyferyn (ar lwmp u biwgr gwyn) o Banter's! Nervine."—Psrch AOEKXY X'RXCK, i>.A. (diweddar Gvmrawd o'rColec Newvdd.Rhvdvcbiiin 1269u \< ORTH and SOUTH WALES BANK, LIMITED. ONE HUNDRED and TWENTIETH DIVIDEND. NOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a DIVID- END of Ten Shillings per Share for the Half-year ended 31st ultimo, on the Capital of the Company, and a Bonus of Six Shillings per Share (making a total distribution for the year of Fifteen per cent.), will be paid to the Proprietors on and after the 17th instant at the Head Office arid the various branches, and at the London and Westminster Bank. The Income Tax will, as usual, be paid by the Bank. The TRANSFER BOOKS will be CLOSED from this date to the 17th instant, inclusive. By Order of the Directors, l T. ROWLAND HUGHES, Liverpool, General Manager. 4th January, 1899. TO BUILDERS ANI) CONTRACTORS, r 31ENDERS are invited for the Erection of 1 Proposed NEW SUNDAY SCHOOL, CLASSROOMS, and ORGAN CHAMBER, etc., to be added to Jerusalem C.M. Chapel, Bethes- da. Plans and Specification to be seen at the I Chapel Hous. "Sealed Tenders" to be delivered to Mr G. S. Jones, 12, Gordon-terrace, Bethesda, on or be- fore SIX p.m. the 23rd inst. The Committee do not bind themselves to ac- cept the lowest or any tender. ROWLAND LLOYD JONES, Architect. 14, Market-street, Carnarvon, January 9th, 1899. 2968 TREVOR SCHOOL, LLANAELHAIARN, CARNARVON. I WT-ANTED. on JANUARY 10th, an ASSISTANT 1 Im Iq TEACHER (Male), Ex. P.T. also a TRANSFER P.T. State salary.—Apply to G. Farren, Esq., Carnarvon. 17655 "V^OUNO LADY desires Re-engagement as COM- X PANION-HOUSEKEEPER to an Elderly- Lady. — Apply, Box. "17667," "North Wales Chronicle" Office. Bangor. 2963 Lady. Apply. Box. "17667," "North Wales Chronicle" Office. Bangor. 2963 — ( J I Cure Fits f U You are not asked to spend any money top a test whether my remedy does or does not! |cure Fits, Epilepsy, St. Vitus's Dance, etc. D 5 All you asked to do Is to send foraS 6FREE bottle of medicine and to try it. IB 4 am quite prepared to abide by the result. ■ jH.O. ROOT, a8 Endsleigh Q'd'ns, London, p .—— ,„

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