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T. J. WILLIAMS Begs to thank his numerous Friends and Customers most hearti- ly for the liberal support extended to him during his Annual Sale of 1899. He also has great pleasure in announcing that large quantities OF NEW GOODS suitable for the coming Season, are arriving daily. EVERY DEPARTMENT in both Establishments carefully replenished with the Latest Novelties for the Early Spring T.J.W. begs to call special attention to his large Stock of the latest styles in Wail aLp4e]pae¡ a greater variety and better value than ever before offered. A VISIT OF INSPECTION IS SOLICITED. 20 K 34, HIGH STREET & TEMPLE BAR, DENBIGH. ST. RAPHAEL QUINQUINA TONIC WINE. The St. Raphael Quinquina is a Tonic Wine of the greatest value to all of a WEAK AND DELICATE CONSTITUTION. It is at the same time an appetiser of the highest excellence, and those suffering from loss of appetite should take A GLASS BEFORE MEALS, when the result will be marvellous, and ensure alike the desire for meala hearty and freedom from indigestion afterwards FOR ANÆMIA AND DEPRESSION it acts in a marvellous manner, and may be safely used by the young and aged alike. Agent for Denbigh-A. ANDREWS. i I ASK FOR. -11 51 'CAMBRIAN' i w TIF. SELTZER WATER FROM THE NOTED ARTESIAN SPRING, RUTH IN Write for particulars- Address—Manager, Cambrian Works, Ruthin, North Wales. HUGH WILLIAMS. TAILOR AND DRAPER, CHAPEL PLACE, .DENBIGH. Begs to inform the public generally that he has on view an excellent ASSORTMENT OF NEW GOODS o the latest design, and of the best quality that money can procure. LIVERIES of every description execut on the shortest notice. Riding Breeches, a Speciality. H.W. being a practical Tailor and Cutter (holder of a Diploma) and having a staff. of experienced work- men fit and style is guaranteed, consistent with MODERATE CHAEGES. A TRIAL ORIIEK RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. C -LT L.E9 c.i-. CHESTER, CARNARVON, & ST. HELENS, won V Catalogues 0-<" v s0nt post free on Sigh Class v appUcstiOD- fv-v Pianos from 10s. per month "NAVj yJ Organs from 5s. ditto. ==() HIRE SYSTEM or CASH. TUIERS ylsit all parts of North Wales periodicaUy. Head Office & Show Rooms-51, Bridge St. Row. Chester. p rj np C O Balm 0 Gilead fu Vj| LLKJ r\yjl l* O GEORGE'S PILLS i mi." "They are more than Gold to me-they saved my life." One wonders that things so small should produce such mighty results." PILE & GRAVEL Many of my customers have been cured who have suffered for twenty years." The three forms of this Remedy:— No.l.—George's Pile and Gravel Pills II | No. 2.- George's Gravel Pills j™ I j | 3.—George's Pills for the Piles. In Boxes, Is. lid. and 2s. 9d. each; by post, Is. 3d. and 3s. ProprietorJ. E. GEORGE, M. R. P, S., Hirwain. Glam. AN ENGLISH AND WELSH DICTIONARY Wherein not only the Words, but also the Idioms and Phraseology English Language are careful translated into Welsh, by proper and equivalent Words and Phrases. To which is added, a Dissertationon $HE Welsh Language, with remarks on its Poetry, &c. By the Rev. JOHN WALTERS. In 2 vols., 1 lOs.Od, boards, rHE MYVYRIAN ARCHAIOLOGY OF WALES By WILLIAM OWEN PUGRE, D.C.L., F.A.S. (Idrison); EDW. WILLIAMS (Iolo Morganwg), and EDWARD JONES (Myfyr). To which have been added Additional Notes upon the GODODIN;" and an English Translation of the WS.OF BOWEL THE GOOD; with a GLOSSARY of the Terms used therein. Also an Explanatory Chapter ANCIENT BRITISH MUSIO, by JOHN THOMAS (Pencerdd walia). The present edition contains the whole „ the Original Work, besides the above important and interesting additions which have been made to t. I ne volume* £ 2 in boards. Tha first edition was considered so valuable that many copies have been sold for 20.

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