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Important -to Advertisers. j LARGEST CIRCULATION IN WALES. The combined c,.culatim of these Journals is .uch a.. to ensur- the most extensive publicity to- aU announcements throughout Wales, amongst ^ri/glish finni having business relations with the i Principality. amongst Welshmen generally throughout the Unued. Kingdom. ♦I Istablished 1807- "THE NORTH WALES CHRONICLE'' And Advertiser for the Principality, the Oldest Established Newspaper in North Wales. -fud extensively circulated every SATURDAY HORNING throughout Wales, and amongst Welsh- mea in England, Ireland, and Scotland. Advertise- ments for insertion in the "North Waif1? Chronicle" should reach the Office not later than FRIDAY MORNING. Price,One Penny. Free by post "or a Year, 6/6; and 7/6 on credit. li; circulates among the upper and middle classes throughout Wales, those who possess purchasing power, and is con- sequently justly esteemed a first-rate paper for sdvertiscments of real property, whether for sale by public auction or private treaty while in re- spect of letting estates, mansions, houses, farms, etc., it is considered by the principal auctioneers and land i., it, on> of the best papers in the Princi- pality. | SCALE OF CHABGES. NORTH WALES CHRONICLE," ORIGINAL LLANDUDNO DIRECTORY," and GWALIA (Welsh). Per Llae Per Inch a. d. a. d. Parliairv'&rv Notices. Election 1 0 10 0 Prospectuses of Public Companies and Government and Chancery Notices 0 9 7 6 Legal and Public Notices, Sales of Real Property,and Miscellaneous 0 6 5 0 Publications, Local Concerts, En- tertainments, e*"c., 0 3 2 o The above Advertisement.,3 are Scaled by Type Measure, the LjtuaJ print lines not being counted. When Advertisements are inserted in more than one paper, a deduction of 50 per cent. off Scale Price id made for eioh extra paper. TRADE ADDRESSES.—These are inserted at Reasonable Rates, varying according to apace taken up ap-d number of insertions ordered; when tne order is for 52 insertions, the price is Is per inch Single Column, and 2.? pec inch Double Column. A considerable reduction is eatdo when more Thaii two inches are taken. PARAGRAPH ADVERTISEMENTS. Charged t 6d per Le Special Positions at' Is per line. CHEAP PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. — Under the head of "Wanted," "To Let," or "To be Sold," One Inaerti^-i. In In 2 Papers In 3 Paper One or 2 Insertions or 3 Insertion Paper, in One Paper, in One Papers Words. s d c ad ad j8 10 19 2 0 24 16 ? 6 3 0 32 2 0 3 3 4 0 48 3 0 4 0 5 0 Extra Insertions charged Pro. Rt, a-Two-en-e ext.rii if replies are to be addressed to the Office. Remittances.—Cheques and P.O. Orders to be made payable to D. Williams. -Stamps not received for *momur< *xoeedi«g Two Shillings and Sixpence. Connah & Co., HIGH STREET 7 -1 BANGOR ^Opposite W. O. Williams', and Adjoining Bangor Football Ground.) HAVS THE BEST SELECTION OF BICYCLES IN THE DISTEICT, Agents for almost all the best Makers. ACCESSORIES. No Retail Firm has a Larger Stock than we have. OUR PRICES are as low or lower than Gainage. Pigott, or any of the London Stores. We have the ONLY REPAIR FACTORY IN THE KINGDOM, having built a large and thoroughly equipped Factory to attend specially to repairs. Plating ind Enamelling Plant laid down, and all repairs attended to strictly in rotatica. We a. s;) repair for the Trade. 19554 IMPORTANT NOTICE. W. RICHARDS, FISH. GAME. and POULTRY MERCHANT 172. 174, and 329, HIGH STREET, BANG OH. HAS OPENED A BRANCH SHOP AT 329, HIGH STREET. Telephone, No. 39. 19583 HVERY VISITOR TO LLANDUDNO SHOULD BUY WILLIAMS' ILLUo^RAiilD G-Cttixs; TO LLANDUDNO CONTAINlN G a nistory and description of Cou- J c way Castle, the Vale of Conway, Llanrwafc. Bettwsycoed, Capel Curig, Swallow Waterfalls, and ether places of interest in thd Snowdonian district; Colwyn Bay, Penmaenmawr, Lhnfairfechau, Aber, etc., with directions how t,) aee them at the least possible expense and loss of time. The New Edition contains 100 pages of reading matter, and gives much valuable information to the Residents 3": well a Visitors, auch as the Authorised Hackaey Carriage, Boating, and Bathing Fa.rer" Postal Information, Railway Fares, Town Porter charges, etc., etc., Walks, Brake Drives, Steamboat Communication, etc. "The work is very ccmprehtfnsive. A num- ber of historical facts not generally kcown are intro- duced, and to the traveller will increase the interest be must naturally take in making a tour of this ro maBtic neighboupb10d." -"Liverpool Mercury." "The book is full of a raaiii of really userui and practical information. There are directions to the tourist where to go and how to go at the least poscit). expense and loss of time."—"Liverpool Courier." "Will be fo r,ct a* useful as it is cheap.' —"Liverpool Daily Post." Crown 8vo.. 100 pages, contains map of district and numerous Illustration*. To be had (by yxjst, 7 £ d), of the Publisher, EVAN JTILLIAMS, Htr ke-t-place, Ba/igor, and of all Book laelia. [ AMERICAN LINE. UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS, SOUTHAMPTON—NEW YORK SERVICE. SOUTHAMPTON to NEW YORK SATURDAYS, at Noon. TTIGHEST CLASS of Accommodation for Sal- JLL oon, Second Cabin, and Steerage Pawen- gen. 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 Pennsylvaiiia Railroad, which has the Shortest and most Direct Route to all places in the Western States.—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; Mrs Cath. Williams, 50, High-street, Bethesda; T. J. Williams, Meirion-terrace, BIaenau Festiniog W. Jones, Rose Hill-street,Con- way; O. Jones, Old Post-office, Penygroes; T. Evans and Co., Station Chambers, Rhyl. 8136 T TV NORDDEUTSCHER LLOYD 1." ..J IMPERLAL MAIL STEAMERS to AUSTRALIA. CHINA, JAPAN, etc. The Steamers of this Company are 20,000 tons displace- [ ment each, and are despatched at fixed dates, via the Suez Canal, which is by far the shortest and most direct route to Australia, China, and Japan. The N.D.L. is the largest Steamship Company in the world, and since its inauguration has carried over four millions of passengers safely across the Oceans. Through third-class fare from Liverpool to Austrolia, £ 515 13s; to China, 227 4s to Japan, £ 28 6s.—Apply to Ramsden and Co., Passage Brokers. 21 and 23, Water-street, Liverpool. 3357 Before Purchasing Millinery AND Jackets FOR THE COMING SEASON. Inspection is invited of the New Season's Stock AT Charles Jones' CAMBRIAN HOUSE, I 139 & 141, High Street, BANGOR- 19297 IMPORTANT TO ADVERTISERS. 'Y CLORIANYDD.' ESTABLISHED 1891. — O F F I C E S — Bridge-street ljlangefni. THE "CLORIANYDD" 1 a WELSH NEWSPAPER devoted to the tuter- I eats of AGRICULTURE with a LARGER JIROULATION than any Paper of the kind amongst all classes in Anglesey and Carnarvonshire. THE "CLORIANYDD" fj the ONLY WELSH PAPER published in the County. PRICE HALFPENNY. Published every THURSDAY MORNING (Market Day at 1 efni) in time for the Market Cars for remote places of the Island. A GOOD MEDIUM FOR ADVERTISEMENTS, CHARGES MODERATE. PUBLISHERS: 'THE NORTH WALES CHRONICLE" Co., Ltd Y "CLORIANYDD. SCALE OF CHARGES. Per Line Per Inch. s. d. s. d. Parliamentary Notices 0 6 5 0 Prospectuses of Public Companies and Government and Chancery Notices 0 6 5 0 Election Addresses, Legal and Publio Notices. 0 3 2 6 Sales of Real Property, etc. 0 3 2 6 Concerts, Entertainments, and Miscellaneous Advertisements 0 2 1 8 The above Advertisements are Scaled by Type Measure, the actual print lines not being counted. TRADE ADVERTISEMENTS. These are inserted at Reasonable Rates, varying according to space taken and number of insertions ordered. The Charge for an Inch Single Column Advertise- ment is as follows :— 52 insertions at 6d per week. 26 do at 9d do 13 do at Is do Fo» a Two Inah Single Column <— an Inch Double Column — 52 insertions at Is per week. 26 do at Is 6d do 13 do at 2s do For a Three Inch Single Column or One and-a-half A considerable reduction is made when more than Three Inches are taken. Inches Double Column :— 52 insertions at Is 6d per week. 26 do at 28 3d do 13 do at 3s Od Co PARAGRAPH ADVERTISEMENTS. Ch uged at 4d per line; Special Positions at 6d pir line. CHEAP PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. Under the head of "Wanted," "To Let, or "To oe Sold," etc. Word* Oncj*. Twics TiiBica. a. d. a. d 8. d. 18 0 6 1 0 1 6 24 10 16 2 0 S2 13 19 2 6 48 1 6 2 0 3 0 REMITTANCES—Cheques to be mc.de payable to the NORTH WALES CHRONICLE COMPANY, LTD. P.O. Orders to D. WILLIAMS. Stamps rot received on amounts exceeding Two Shi11 In ga and xpence. AxSra inaertiona charged pro. rata.— Twopence TuplwB <t*« Tn hn add mimed to t hA f EVAN DAVIES, 3ILL POSTER and TOWN CRIER, 2, Hughenden Cottage, POB1MADOC, 1> KUS to inform the Public that he Recta a ) the Principal Posting Statims in Partanadrx uirt Bictrkt. 1554G and Bictrkt. 1554G Globe Furnistiing Co. J 12 to 18, Pembroke Place, LIVERPOOL CYFLENWIR DODREFN AM ARIAN neu ar ein CYNLLUN ARBENIG 0 HUR-BRYNLANT AM ARLAN PAROD. SYLWER.—Y mae ein cynllun o Hur-bryniant yn hollol wahanol i unrhyw un arall, ac y mae wedi derbyn cymeradwyaeth uchel gan yr oil o'r wasg leol. KI OFYNTR UNRHYW SICRWYDD, NI CHODIR UNRHYW GOSTAU CHWANEGOL AR EIN CYNLLUN 0 HUR-BRYNIANT. Y mae ein dull teg a chyfiawn o gario yn mlaen ein Dusnes, ein telerau rhesymol, a'n prisiau isel, mor adnabyddus trwy yr oil o Ogledd Lloegr a Chymru, fel nad oes angen unrhyw sylwadau pellach. ( r ELERAU,- 1 Yr ydym yn rhoddi i'n Cwsmeriaid y rhagorfral-, o drefnu eu telerau eu hunain i dalu, gan mai hv a wyr pa faint a allant fforddio dalu bob wythn neu fis. Anfonir yr holl Nwyddau a werthir genym yr rhad a digost i unrhyw ran o'r Deyrnas GyfunoL Gellir cael Vans preifat, os yn ofynol. Ni chodir unrhvw dal. Bydd i arolygiad ar ein hystoc foddloni y rhai a fwriadant brynu ein bod yn rhoddi gwell gwerth nag unrhyw Dy Dodrefnol arall ar y cynllun o Hur- bryuiant yn y wlad. Derbynia archebion trwy lythyr sylw buan a gofalus. Caniateir pris tocyn y rheilffordd i gwsmeriaid o'r wlad. DO DREFNU AM ARIA" NEU EIN CYNLLUN 0 HUK-xiRYNIANT AM ARLAN P AROD. Anfonir ein Rhagleni Newvdd, ein "Catalogue" nidwr ac addurnedig, trwy v llythyrdy yn rhad, ond gwneud cais am danynt. GIOBE FURNISHING CO.. (J. R. GRANT, Perchenog), 12 to 18, PEMBROKE PLACE, LIVERPOOL, Oriau Busnes :-9 yn y boreu i 8 y nos. Dydd Sadwrn :—9 yn y boreu hyd 6 y nos. 9646 AM BOB MATH 0 aegraphwaiihI A [ LYFR-RWYMI AD; EWCH AT j N ixon a Jarvis; GYFEKBYN A'R CLOO B A N O C R Extension of Premises. V V. T T OWEN OWEN & C°-'S GRAND DISPLAY OF j Ladies' Blouses & Skirts, j Costumes and Capes, MILLINERY, I Dress Materials & Trimmings, J Ladies' Underclothing, '1 HoiseryT Laces, and Gloves. MEN'S AND BOYS' SUITS. I I SPECIAL BARGAINS offered daily during alterations of Premises at Owen Owen & Co., I GENERAL DRAPERS, I BANGOR. 19188 -I Llanbedrog, Pwllheli. I GLYNYWEDDW HALL AND GROUNDS. THIS Stately Mansion, with its famous Picture JL Galleries and Delightful Grounds, is one of the prettiest places in Carnarvonshire, OPEN DAILY FROM TEN a.m. Combined Ticket, including the interesting Marine Train Ride from Pwllheli to Llanbedrog, and Ad- mission to Grounds and Galleries, One shilling. 19596 19596 SWYDDFA YSWIRIOL Y 4. STJ N. SYLFAENWYD YN 1710. Y SWM YSWIRIEDIG YN 1899 UWCHLAW R 4 3 5, 0 0 0, 0 0 0. AM bob Manylion ymofyner a'r Goruchwylwyr caniynol:— Bangor Mr James Smith- do Mr Richard HalL Bala Mr R. L. Jones, Mount-place. Beaumaris Mr Frederick Geary. I Caernarfon Mr William Hugh Owen. Conwy Mr Chas. Drover, [Deganwy, Llandudno. Dolgellau Mr Thos. P. Jones-Parry. I Caergybi Mr Owen Hughes. Llandudno Mr Edgar W. Riches. Llangefni Mr William Thomas. Porthmadog Mr John Tobias, Cyfreithiwr. I Rhos-on-Sea Mr P. J. Kent 3173 I Prtpartd utuitr Mtdieml Instruction. FERRU- COCOA is DELICIOUS & REFRESHING. I It ENRICHES THE BLOOD and Is THE ONLY COCOA containing FERRUGINOUS ELEMENTS. PREE SAMPLES SENT TO ALL Ferru-Cocoa Manufact'g Co. Ltd. 399, GOSWELL ROAD, LONDON, F-C I' MANOR COURTS. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tliab a Court Baron Court Let and View of Frankpledge for of the undermentioned Manors or Lord- ships, will be held by order of the Right Honour- able the Lord Penrhyn, Lord of the said Manors or Lordships, es follows, viz. :— For the Manor of Tir Evan otherwise Yspytty Evan, in the County of Denbigh, at the house called Tynyporth, in the Village of Yspytty Evan, and within such Manor, on TUESDAY, the 30th day of October, at Eleven o'clock in the forenoon. For the Manor of Aber, in the County of Car- narvon, at the BULKELEY ARMS HOTEL, within such Manor, on THURSDAY, the 1st day of November, at Three o'clock in the forenoon. There will be a perambulation of the boundaries of the Manor of on WEDNES- DAY, the 31st day of October, beginning on the LA VAN SANDS, opposite Trwyn-y-Oamb-w'J, as low as the tide will permit, at 9.30 o'clock a.m. ( The perambulation will he duly presented at the Court of the above Manor. j>err:on« owing suit and service at such Courts are required to attend. W. DOUGLAS JONES, S'teward of the said Manors. 11th Ot-t-ober, 1900. 3370 Benthyca Arian yn Gyfrinachol, o J310 I FYNY. A R PROMISSORY NOTE if BENTHYCWR El HUN. Mae yr un sydd a'i enw isod wedi ymseiydiu er y flwyddyn 1870, a pnob Imser wedi cario rn mlaen ei fusnes dan EI ENW fcl HUN. Y ruae wedi ymdreohu yn wastadol i actio yn deg ac mewnduli gwyneb-agored, ac y mae efe wedi derbyn CANOEDD LAWER 0 LYTIIYRAU O WERTHF A W HOG IAD A DIOLCHGARWCH •>ddiwrth y rhai fuont ya delio ag ef. NI CHODIR DIM TAL RHAGFLAENOL. NI CHYMERIR BILLS OF SALE, TELIR SYLW DIATTREG I YMHOLIADAU. Bydd i Prospectuses, Dyfyniadau allan o Llythyrrm C'anmoliaethus oddiwrth Fenthyewyr Telerau Benthyciadau, ac unrhyw hysbysrwydd arall a ddymunir, gael ei gyflenwi YN DD1DAL trwy apelio, un ai yn bersonol neu trwy lythyr, at GEORGE PAYNE, Accountant, 18158—3077 3, Cresoent-oAd. Rhyl. -0- SALE, New and Second-hand TRAPS, com- r prising of Waggonettes, Dogcarts, Panel Cars, Nursery Cars, Rustics, Baker's Van, etc., etc.. etc.—C. Hughes, Coach Builder, Portmadoc. 3363 W ANTED, a Smart BOY to Sell Newspapers, i V liberal wages and commission.—Apply, by letter to Box N*. 20527, "North Wales Chronicle" Office, Bangor. THE BRITISH HOTEL, BANGOR, N.W. Close to Railway Station. A FIRST-CLASS HOTEL FOR FAMILIES and COMMERCLALS entirely under new Man- agement, with many years' experience. HOT LUNCHEON Daily from 12.50 to 2.30 p.m., 2s. TABLE D'HOTE at 7 p.m., 3s 6d. BEDS from 2s. WEEK END TARIFF ON APPLICATION. HOT and COLD BATHS. BILLIARDS, PLEASURE GROUNDS, TENNIS LAWN. GOOD STABLING, and LOCK- UP COACH-HOUSE. Telephone No. 58. OMNIBUS meet all Trains, and will convey Passengers t. all parts of the town. FARES — To the Pier, 6d Half-way, 3d. GRIFFITHS, Proprietor. (Late Crown Hotel, Pwllheli). 17920 j \\T T ( O Artistic, Hygienic, can be re- TV J XO dressed in any style, fit guaraa- teed. Finest workmanship. Detection impossible. T7'T3 T "\i" 1-7* 3na(ie on the premises .JL lAi a XN I T I J iii a.H shades of curled hair, which wiR stand all climates and wet weather. Guaranteed to remain in curl. From 7/6. I A T f O of Pure Human Hair. Extra JL .■t\. 1. U O fine quality from 2/ COMBINGS PRIVATE SALOON FOR LADIES' HAIR DRESS- ING AND SHAMPOOING. Prices on application to R. B. WATSON, Opposite The Cathedral, 17977 BAN GOB. -+ SWINIF R E D'S CHURCH OF ENGLAND PUBLIC BOARDING SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, 1 BANGOR, N. WALES I Visitors The LORD BISHOP of S. ASAPH. The LORD BISHOP of Bangor. Provost: The Rev. ARTHUR TALBOT, M.A. Lady Warden Miss J. L. LATHAM, Girton College. Headmistress Miss F. J. DAVIES; Cambridge: Classical Tripos, Class 1; London University B.A. Honours in Classics and French. FEES.-£35 a year, with a Special Reduction of £5 for Welsh or Irish Girls. A TECHNICAL SIDE will be established after Midsummer in connection with the School, where Girls may Learn Laundry Work, Cooking, Domestic Economy, Needlework, etc. 10458 y 1 0 L I N J^ESSONS MISS ISABEL HEWITT and MISS MAR GARET HEWITT give LESSONS at Own or Pupil'a Residence. Peumaenmawr, Conway, Llandudno, and Col. wyn y visited. Bodafon, Upper Bangor. 14837 GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL Bridgnorth, Shropshire. Principal: MISS WILLIAMS. rr HIS SCHOOL offers a thorough MODERN L EDUCATION, combined with every Home Comfort. Pupils are prepared for all Public Examinations. During the last three years 280 I Certificates have been gained. The school ia a centre for the Cambridge Local, Trinity College, and Incorporated Society of Musicians, Examinations, Kindergarten, Gym- nasium, Tennis. Fer Particulars, apply to the Principal. 19500 THE FARMER AND CHAMBER OF AGRICULTURE JOURNAL. EVERY MONDAY—ONE PENNY. HP HIS JOURNAL, in its 42nd year, is now pubi lished at ONE PENNY weekly, and is the largest, cheapest, Md best Agricultural Paper, containb all the Agricultural News of the Week, the Latest Markets, anX numerous original and interesting articles on Farming subjects by th leading Agricultural Writers of the day. SHOULD BE IN Trot HANDs. OF EVERY FARMER. May be ordered fchrongh any Newsagent, at the Railway Bookstalls, or will be supplied direct from the OFFICE, 291, STRAND, LONDON, W.CL Subscription, post free, 6s 6d par annum.

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