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MERIONETHSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS. \rOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the next XI GENERAL QUARTER. SESSIONS of the Peace or the County of Merioneth will be holden on Tuesday, the Fifth day of April. 1870, in the County Hall, Dol- relley, at Eleven o'clock in the Forenoon, when the Court will audit all such bills and accounts against the County as shall then be delivered, and will transact the business relating to the Assessment, Application, and Management of the County Stock or Rate, and of the Police Rate and the General County Business; after which the Court will be adjourned to the following day, to be held at the same place, at Eleven o'clock in the Forenoon, when the Grand and Petty Jurors will be called over, and the Court will proceed to hear and determine all matters brought before them in the following order let, in the Trial of Prisoners; 2nd, in the Hearing of Appeals; 3rd, in Hearing Motions, and in the transac- tion of such other business as may be brought before the Court. The Clerks to the Justices of the several divisions are requested to transmit to me, Seven days before the Ses- sions, all Depositions, Convictions, and Recognizances which shall have been then taken, with any instructions for indictments which they may be able to give. Dated this 15th day of March, 1870. EDWARD BREESE, Clerk of the Peace. BARMOUTH GAS WORKS. AN ENERGETIC MANAGER is required for the above Works; one who understands his business thoroughly, in all its branches. Or, the Directors would be prepared to rent or lease the works to a responsible person; for a term of not less than five years. Apply to the Secretary. NOTICE. THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of the Shareholders will be held at their Board-room, on Saturday, the 2nd of April, at One o'clock p.m. By Order, EVAN EVANS, Secretary. Barmouth, 21st March, 1870. TO BE LET. A SHOP, with DWELLING HOUSE attached, where a good business can be done in Grocery and Drapery, several Slate Quarries being in the neighbour- hood. For further particulars, apply by letter,or personally, to Mr MEREDITH JONES, Tynycoed, Arthog, near Dolgelley. TO BE LET, at Towyn, Merioneth, a Commodious HOUSE and CORNER SHOP, situate in Church- street (opposite the Church), on the road leading from the Railway Station to the Corbet Arms. Very suitable for a Chemist, Druggist, and Grocer. Apply to R. DAVIES, Butcher, Towyn. TO INNKEEPERS AND OTHERS. TO BE LET, with immediate possession if required, a First-class House of Business, known by the name of the PRINCE OF WALES INN, otherwise called Plasbrith," situate in the town of Dolgelley. For further particulars and terms, apply to Mr EDWD. OWEN, Prince of Wales Inn, Dolgelley. MEDICAL. WANTED, by a Steady Young Man, a Situation to DISPENSE, to keep the Books, and to Visit occasionally. Address R. J., care of Dr EDWARD JONES, Penbryn Terrace, Dolgelley. PAPER HANGINGS. A LARGE Assortment of PAPER HANGINGS, at a greatly reduced price, at T. THOMAS'S, BRIDGE-STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. Picture Frames in Gilt, Maple, &c. Mouldings supplied to the trade at reduced terms. CASH. GLENFIELD STARCH. EXCLUSIVELY USED IN THE ROYAL LAUNDRY. and HER MAJESTY'S LAUNDRESS says it is the Finest Starch she ever used. AWARDED PRIZE MEDAL FOR ITS SUPERIORITY. When you ask for GLENFIELD STARCH -See that you get it, as inferior kinds are often substituted WOTHERSPOON & Co., GLASGOW & LONDON. m DOLGELLEY. ROYAL SHIP FAMILY AND COMMERCIAL HOTEL AND POSTING HOUSE. MUCH additional convenience has been added to this Establishment, combining Spacious Coffee and Sitting Rooms. Attendance, Is. per day, BILLIARDS. Omnibuses to and from all the Trains. Coaches to all parts of the District. Ponies and Guides at fixed charges. EDWARD JONES, Proprietor. V. m R. MR. SELLIS, DENTIST, TOWYN. FIFTEEN YEARS Surgical and Mechanical JJ Dentist in London, may be consulted at the under- mentioned towns:— DOLGELLEY—Every second and fourth SATURDAY, at Miss Evans's, Smithfield-street. BALA—Every first and third SATURDAY, at Mrs JONES'S, Tegid-street. PWLLHELI-Mr Francis Evans, bookseller, &c., High- street, the 1st and 3rd WEDNESDAY in every month. SPORTMADOC Every 2nd and 4th WEDNESDAY, at Mrs. Bennett Williams's, Snowdon-street. All operations without pain. Advice free. SALE BY MR DAVID ROBERTS. Sale of very Superior HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, and other Valuable Effects, at BRYNTIRION, NEAR CORWEN. MR DAVID ROBERTS is honoured with the instructions of W. E. Royds, Esq., who has dis- posed of his Lease, and left the neighbourhood, to Sell by Auction, at Bryntirion, Corwen, on Tuesday and Wed- nesday, March 29th and 30th, 1870, the whole of the Superior FURNITURE and Effects, the contents of Hall, Dining Room, Drawing Room, Eight Bedchambers and Dressing Rooms, Butler's Pantry, Kitchen, Scullery; a Cellar of Choice Wines, Garden Tools, Stable Requisites, Harness, &c., &c. IDescriptive Catalogues mav be had seven days prior to the sale, at the Hotels of the neighbouring towns, and from the Auctioneer, Corwen. MR PRICE'S DOGS are at the Service of the Public, Fee Five Guineas; they have all been highly decorated on the Birmingham Show benches, and are equally good in the field. JIM, lemon and white Pointer, 4 years and three months old. BOB, his own brother, a very bony, muscular ditto, for weaker or slighter bitches. SNAPSHOT, lemon and white Pointer, 11 months old. JEPP, lemon and white old Welsh Setter, of the ancient Nannau breed, 5 years old. BRUCE, Clumber Spaniel, 5 years and 9 months old. Bitches to be addressed to E. MILLICHAP, Head Keeper, Rhiwlas, Bala, by Great Western Railway via Ruabon to Bala. A Litter of COCKER SPANIELS for SALE, by the Celebrated Drake, out of a veiy handsome bitch, 30s. each. Also a Magnificent young Retriever Dog, 9 months old, a splendid specimen, by Mr T. D. Hull's celebrated Copson, (lately dead), out of Luna, winner of the cup at the last Birmingham Show for the best Retriever of all classes; price 210. FIRE INSURANCES RENEWABLE AT LADY-DAY SHOULD BE PAID FOR ON OR BEFORE THE 9TH OF APRIL. pROVINCIAL INSURANCE COMPANY Established 1852. Chief Offices: WREXHAM-LONDON-GLASGOW. CAPITAL 2200,000, wholly subscribed. FIRE DEPARTMENT. Insurances effected upon almost all descriptions of Pro- perty, upon moderate terms. No charge whatever made beyond the premium. Claims settled with promptitude. LIFE DEPARTMENT. The usual description of Life Assurances effected. Numerous advantages offered. The accumulated Life Fund amounted, at 31st December, 1869, to 2141,198. This Fund has more than doubled itself in the last six years. Chairman of the Company: THOMAS BARNES ESQ., Farnworth, and The Quinta, Salop. ROBERT WILLIAMS, Wrexham. Secretary to the Company. AGENCIES.—Applications are invited from towns and districts where the Company is not already adequately represented. Apply to the Secretary. .—. MR CROSSLEY, Organist of the Parish Church, Dolgelley, WILL receive PUPILS for the Organ, Piano, and TV Singing. TERMS—Two Guineas a Quarter. RESIDENCE: BANK BUILDINGS, DOLGELLEY' DEPILATORY. WELLS' DEPILATORY is the only effectual remedy for the immediate and permanent removal of superfluous hair from the face, arms, neck, &c. This preparation effects its purpose almost instantaneously, without pain or injury to the most sensitive skin. Full particulars on receipt of a stamped directed envelope. John Wells, 113, Euston-street, near Hampstead-road, London. !<1"'¡;?'¡ N.B.—Hundreds of Testimonials have been received from the nobility and ladies of rank who have tried this marvellous remedy. NEW MUSIC, SONGS, DUETS, PIANOFORTE & DANCE MUSIC By the Best Composers. NEW MUSIC AT HALF-PRICE. "VTEW MUSIC sent POST FREE, on receipt of JLl Half the Price in Stamps or Post Office Order. POPULAR COMIC SONGS, SUNG BY EVERYBODY. S. d. Awfully Good Child, by George Buckland 3 0 A Very Fine Girl of her Age, by Fred. French 3 0 Act on the Square, by Harry Sidney 3 0 Bold Will of the Tide, by Louie Sherrington 3 0 Chiding is the Joy of Wedlock; the Ladies' Comic 3 0 Girl of the Period, by Louie Sherrington 3 0 Immenseikoff, by Arthur Lloyd 3 0 I'll Tell your Wife, by Harry Liston 3 0 Lady in Want of a Beau; Ladies' Comic 3 0 Lucy Gray, or the Ugly Donkey Cart 3 0 Some Lady' Dropt her Chignon, by Arthur Lloyd 3 0 Song of Songs (new version), by Arthur Lloyd 3 0 Why am I Left Single? by Annie Adams 3 0 American Drinks, by Arthur Lloyd 3 0 Harry Clifton's Celebrated New Serio-Comic Songs. Look before Leaping 3 0 It's not the Pace we Travel 3 0 It's Better to Laugh than to Cry 3 0 Wait for the Turn of the Tide. 3 0 There's Nothing Succeeds like Success 3 0 Seventy-Two 3 0 The Agreeable Young Man 3 0 The Dutchman's Courtship, or Rip Van Groggen- heim 3 0 Adventures of Robinson Crusoe 4 0 ASKEW ROBERTS, WOODALL, & VENABLES'S, Music Sellers and Booksellers, Bailey-Head, Oswestry. WILLIAM OWEN, PROPRIETOR, LATE MANAGER OF TUE BROOK VILLA, LIVERPOOL. AGENT FOR GREAT WESTERN COMPANY, AND TELEGRAPH MESSENGER. =. BALA LAKE α- It. 1 4p 0 0 BOATS, BILLIARDS, COACHES, CARRIAGES, CABS, AND CARS FOR HIRE. GOOD STABLING. FIRST CLASS ACCOMMODATION FOR FAMILIESI &c. I LADIES' COFFEE ROOM. ..1 1. MERIONETH. f!t J ..A: !I T& ygtf LIGHT DULY ON THE BOX FETY THE PUBLIC ARE CAUTIONED AGAINST VRON COLLIERY, NEAR WREXHAM. [M A U R ICE & LOWE'S] BEST MAIN AND HOUSE COALS AT LOWEST PRICES. APPLY TO M. B. MAURICE, MINING ENGINEER, HIGH STREET, BALA, A PROPRIETOR AND SOLE AGENT.