DOLGELLEY. I A local Eisteddfod was held at Llanfachreth, about 3 miles from this town, on Friday, the 1st instant. The meeting was under the presidency of the worthy incum- bent of the parish, the Rev. E. O. Williams, who opened the proceedings at the first meeting, which was convened at one o'clock, with some very pretty and sensible remarks upon the ancient Cymric Institution of the Eis- teddfod. J. Owen, Esq., Chester (Owain Alaw), was present as musical conductor, and the Rev. W. Jones (Myfvr Mon) as adjudicator of the poetical and prose compositions. The choirs of Llanfachreth, Rhydymain, and Brithdir sang some of their best selections at intervals. Owain Alaw, accompanied on the piano, rendered some of his favourite pieces such as Y Tren. Grynewth ) of the The comic description (by Sir Meirig Grynawth), of the nHoaniaintn nf the Welsh Ladies to the Princess of Wales, Imitation from Lord Dunreary things which cannot be found out, Hen Forgan a'i Wraig, &c in a masterly style, which were almost invariably encored. The comic singing of the Perthyfelin choir elicited a good deal of laughter and merriment from the audience. The singing was throughout of a very pleasing and amusing order. The learned adjudicator highly e?o. gised some of the literary compositions, Dewi Glan P?Udd.. and another stranger, a recent settler from Yankee-dom, carrying away nearly all the prizes. The epitaph proposed for the tomb of Owain Aran Roberts was, however, won by Mr. Robert Roberts, Carlleg. Several other modes of competition were also essayed, such as the best stocking, night cap, walking sticks, horse shoes, &c. On the platform we noticed, besides the jreutlemen before mentionedMr. L. Williams, Vron wnion, and Miss Williams; Mrs. E. O. Williams, Charles Williams, Esq., Miss E. Williams, and Miss C. Williams, Dolmelynllyn llall; R. Pughe, Esq., Hely- gog, and the two Miss Pughe; Drs. J. E. Jones and E. Jones; William Jones, Esq., and Mrs. Jones, Penmaen, Ac. The meeting was numerously attended, the wea- ther being very propitious. We highly congratulate the committee upon the success of the undertaking in a pecuniary point of view hoping, also, that the success- ful compositions will come "i wyneb haul a Ilygad goleuni," and not be consigned to oblivion, all is too generally the case with the productions of the fcistedd fodau. Before closing our report, it is incumbent pon, I,na to say that the thanks of the meeting were exhibited in the wwmeet manner to the chairmMn, the adjudica- tors, and the ladies for investing the succeMfui competi- tors.
THE VOTE OF CENSURE. On Monday Mr. Disraeli moved the resolution, of wfcuhhehad given notice, for an address to her Majesty, ou the present aspect of the Danish-German question avA whatever the decision of the House may be, a libe- nl authority, the Illustrated Timtt, tells us that the vote of censure which the right hon. member for Buck- jogbawshire wishes the House of Commons to pronounce against the Government has already, in etfect, been pronounced by the nation. For weeks past, everyone 11M been saying, in other words, that the course pur- aaed by her Majesty's Government has lowered the just influence of this country in the councils of Europe.' Mr. Gladstone denies that conclusion. He says, it is the language held by allied and friendly govern- xmta;" and it seems to him that the motion of the might hon. gentleman has for its key nothing but the sitaoat ribald language of a few obtcure journals. in Ftanw, It is from them," he continued, that this in- ftndiiig minister derives his inspiration. It is from each sources that all lessons of English policy are to be )amt.We fear that, in this instance, the warmth and eagerness of the right honourable gentleman has led Lit to overlook the truth, which we are quite sure he weald not deliberately violate. Does he not know that Ibe journals of every capital in Europe use language as little complimentary to this country as that which we ted in the columns, not of "obecure" French journals, bat el papers which are read all over Europe, and have ga ntablished repute, vieing with that of the Times, or the Post, or the Standard at home t And, is it not the bet, that, at the present moment, though we have our ambassadors at foreign courts, and that all the foreign eMbeaeies in London are filled,—there is 80 real confi- abatial friendly communication with any one Euro- yean power ? All shun us, we stand isolated and alone. On Monday evening, Mr. Disraeli was the assailant, and Mr. Gladstone the defender of the Government, and therepeechei of (Kwtb the right honourable gentle- own belong to the highest class of oratory and we re- gret that it is impossible to do anything like justice to them in a weekly country journal. If we were to omit all our local intelligence, and retain only the advertise- amitis and the markets, we should barely have room for •ue of these addresses. Even the Tims is compelled to •bridge them, and omit some of the quotations; and it is to be hoped they will be published, in full, in a pam- phlet, form as a careful perusal of both is necessary to a complete understanding of the subject. Mr. Disraeli assumes that the negotiations on the Danish question have been vacillating and inconsistent. That the course originally taken has been abandoned for eIherø, which have been as rapidly given up; that every stggwtioii we offered, every demand we made, has been Modified or surrendered; that we have alternately threatowd' and whined that although Lord Pal- Wieton had declared "that if any violent attempt were nede to overthrow the rights, and interfere with the independence of Denmark, those who made the attempt would find, iu the result, that it would not be Denmark alone with which they would have to contend," yet Den- nark, when attacked, had been left to struggle, single- handed, with Germany, Austria, and Prussia, any one of I the three being much more than a match for her; and that, whilst the Conference was summoned to assert the integrity and independence of Denmark, Earl Rus- MR had made proposal Iofter proposal incompatible with either. The proofs of these positions were drawn from • Blue Books," of 1600 pages, which Mr. Disraeli had waded through for the purpose; and certainly the right boo. gentleman so marshalled his quotations as to make out a very strong case against Government; a case from which, he said, It appears to me obvious that her Ma. jeaty'e ministeis have failed in their avowed policy of naintaining the independence and integrity of Denmark. It appears to me undeniable that the juat influence of England is lowered in the councils of Europe. It appears to me too painfully clear, that to lower our influences is fo diminish the securities of peace." Mr. flflkfstone denim all the premises-all the concln- miew-of the right hon. gentleman, the member for Buckinghamshire; accused him of not quoting docu- ments fairly and truly;" of quoting falsely; and, "for the sake of wounding the Government, saddling on tfcer country responaibiKtiea which she does not bear." The right hon. gentleman read passages omitted by Mr. Diaraeli, which, he contended, gave a very different OJII- 8kuction to those he quoted, and on which he grounded Uncharges against the Government; but, we must say, mill diplomatic language has a peculiar meaning of ito own, he failed in establishing his case. On perusing As AwnMiients themselves, they left on our minds the awe impression which they appear to have made upon the mover of the address. Looking at the whole of the tfwsaotions from 1845 to the present time, as detailed fethelftie Books, we can only believe that Denmark J fcao eased an along en the supposition (formed from the despatches, and the ministerial speeches in parliament) that she had England at her back and that, but for that supposition, she would earlier have made terms with the German Powers, and avoided the misery and deaola- tfon which war has brought upon her people. As to the abstract question—which is right and which is wrong--Germany or Denmark ? much may be said on both sides. But, as the treaty of 1852 was avowedly framed to prevent those evils which wars of succession had formerly entailed upon Europe,—all the Powers who were parties to that treaty ought to have insisted npoa maintaining and enforciug it and they ought not to have sanctioned the Federal Execution in Holstein in the Bret place much less the invasion of Schleswig and Jutland which followed and which constitute-the empation of the latter territory, especially,-the greatest violation of treaties and of international law on rowd. Mr. Newdegate is not pleated with Mr. Disraeli's ad- 4kws; and be moved to omit the second paragraph, and aatetitute the words—" To submit to her Majesty the afinion of this House, that the independence of Den- mark, and the possessions of that kingdom, on the terms pmpmd by the representatives of the jiieutral Powers in the recetit Conference ought to be guaranteed." This aneadnmit was seconded by Mr. Whalley; and it would moet undoubtedly lead to war ;—as indeed Mr. Kinglake and the Lord Advocate contend, the address will do; though the mover declared that he had drawn up his veaolutions in the interests of peace; and General Peel and Lord Stanley protested against a warlike construc- tion being put upon them. Mi*. Cobden, who opened the debate on the second evening, was all for peace; and, therefore, will vote with .the Government. He admitted that, so far as the foreign office is concerned, we do not stand in a satisfac- tory position." That he considers the course which the Poreign department has taken in the late negocia- tion" is deplorable." That there has been a "great want of sagacity on the part of our foreign minister." That the men in the Foreign Department have heed- leasly and perseveringly exposed themselves to rejection, to rebate, and he muet say, so far as that department is ocnccrnt d. to humiliation in all parts of the world." But he thinks all these mishaps will break up diplomacy, and that when diplomates cease to exist there will be no war. Therefore he will not vote against a ministry which be describes aa so incapable, and as having hum- bled the country, so far as that we cannot hencefor- ward approach a foreign country upon any question of feteign policy, in which we shall not be looked upon with a want of consideration, and even of mistrust." Irik6 wmy be politic as regards party but we deny that it in Aenest as regards the country and it adds one mere to the many disgraceful features which disfigure Mr. Cobden's political character;—Lord Robert Cecil ably replied to the member for Rochdale, and also to Mr. Gladstone; though we were rather surprised to find him saying that Mr. Cobden would make an honest fo- reign minister; and that, if he had been at the foreign office, affairs would have been better conducted than under Earl Russell. They would have been conducted with more talent—perhaps with more straightforward- ness but Mr. Cobden wouM be a dangerous minister for England; in many things even worse than those who now rule the realm. The other speakers were Mr. Forster, Lord H. Vane, Mr. Whalley, Mr. Roebuck, and Mr. Horeman, against the resolution; and Mr. Butler Johnstone, Mr. Liddell, Lord Robert Montague, and Mr. Seymour Fitzgerald for it.-On the motion of Mr. Layard, the debate was adjourned to Thursday evening. The debate is not, whilst we are writing, brought to a close and is not expected to conclude till Saturday morning. The telegram will, probably, bring us the result of the division for our latest edition;" and since the schism in the Conservative ranks was made manifest by the amendment of Mr. Newdegate, the ministerialists have been very confident of the result. Whatever that result may be, however, we are told, the Premier mi. IS to hurry the business which must be transacted through the legislature; then to close the session, dissolve the House of Commons, and appeal to the people. If this step is taken," said Lord Stanley, we shall face that appeal without fear; and, in that appeal, I don't think honourable gentlemen opposite will be very successful if they go to their constituents with this watchword of their foreign policy,—' France has been alienated, Germany insulted, Denmark aban- doned, Poland encouraged to revolt and deserted.— We think not either; and whenever an election does take place, we believe there will be a great change in the positions of parties in the House.
I VOTE OF CENSURE IN THE LORDS. On Monday, upwards of 80 Peera-tnemi)ers of the Upper Mouse—assembled, by invitation, at the Marquis of Salisbury's, where the Conservative members of the House of Commons met on Tuesday week. The Earl of Derby was expected but we regret to say that his lordship Willi (and is) confined to his house by a severe attack of gout. In his absence, the Earl of Malmesbury took the chair, and explained to their lordships the cause of their meeting. It had been thought desirable, he said, that a resolution should be submitted to the Lords, similar to that which would, that evening, be brought before the Commons; and that it should be moved on a day which would, probably, render the final decision in the two houses simultaneous. His lordship then read the following resolution That this House has heard, with deep concern, that the aittings of the Conference recently held in London have been brought to a close without accomplishing the important objects for which it was convened and that it is the opinion of this house that, while the course pursued by her Majesty's Govern- ment has failed to maintain their avowed policy of up- holding the integrity and independence of Denmark, it has lowered the just influence of this country in the councils of furope, and thereby diminished the securi- ties for peace." The resolution was unanimously approved of; and in the absence of Earl Derby, the Earl of Malmesbury was requested to bring it forward. This his lordship gave notice in the House, the same evening, he would do on Friday (last night.)
THK WINE TRADE (From W. & A. Gilbey's Annual Circularior 1864). Dailyincreasingasistheconsuinptionof Wine in this country, the yields of the various Wine producing districts become of greater importance every succeeding year. The Vintage of 1863 in Portugal, Sicily, Burgundy, and the Cape of Good Hope was a plentiful one but in Spain, Germany, and the Bordeaux and Champagne districts theresults were legs than antici- pated. The rapid developement of taste and consequent demand for Light Wines have. trebled the importations from France since the reduction of the duties; and the Times in commenting on the Rudget alludes to this fact as follows" Any man can see with his own eyes the real cost of French Wines, and a very slight practical experience will teach him that a fairly good article is pro- curable at a moderate price. In reality, port and sherry are more expensive wines than burgundy and claret; it is only from the lingering traditions of a past generation that the latter is still regarded as a luxury. We suppose the fallacy will be exploded in time, but until it disap- pears we shall not know all that the French Treaty would do for us. It is something, doubtless, to have brought the consumption of French wines up to 900,000 dozen, instead of 300,000 dozen, but an increase which is actually less than can be shown in the case of the Strong Wines of Spain tells plainly enough of the pro- gress which is still to be made." Although Light Wines are more generally consumed than formerly, statistics show that Spain now contributes nearly one-half of the Wine imported, thus proving that the former have not usurped the place of the latter. Among more than 2,OUO houses who paid duties on Wine in London, dur- the first three months of this year, the following mer- chants exhibited the largest returns w. & A. Gilbey 66,»59 gallons. Martinez, Gassiot & Co. 47,379 „ Sandeman. Son & Co. 41,949 „ Dingwall, Portal & Co. 26,334 „ Hooper & Sons. 24,839 „ F. W. Cosens 21,918 „
CARNARVON. I BOARD or GUARDIANS.—The usual fortnightly meet- ing of this Board was held on Saturday, the 25th ult. Guardians present- Messrs. Geo. Bownesg (in the chair), John Jones, Thomas Price Jones, Robert Jones, Hafod- y-coed, Thomas Jones, Humphrey Williams, John Grif- fiths, Wm. Hughes, Rt. Jones, Tyddynpadin, E. Parry, and Samuel Jones. The consideration of letters from the Poor Law Board, relative to the report of the Commissioners in Lunacy upon the insane at the Workhouse; and the appoint- ment of Mr. Owen Lewis as collector of rates for St. Peter's, Newborough, was deferred until the next meeting. Instructions were given to the Clerk to procure Ten- ders for printing the list of paupers, prepared by the re- lieving officers by order of tie Boitrd, and to lay them before the Guardians at their next meeting. Out-relief for the last fortnightParochial, £ 189 13a. Irremovable, LI40 8s. Id. Nonsettled, iC43 12s. Treasurer's balance to Union, £1176 9s. 4d.
6 4 118 THROUGH BOOKING BETWEEN LLANDUDNO AND BANGOR, ALSO FROM RHYL AND ABERGELE. Commencing on Monday, June 20th. FOUR-HORSE COACHES. PER RAIL TO LLANKWST, THENCE PER COACH, Via Betlm y Coed, the Swallow Waterfitlls. Capel Curig, The Vale of Nant Francon, ana the Great Petirliyn ,late Quarries, allowing ample time for parties to visit the Britannia and Menai Bridges, before the Return Train leaves Bangor. rnHE Public are most respectfniiy inform- T??'a that the PRINCE Op WAL?S F?UR- HORSE COACH, being the Original Coach on this much-admired Route, will run every day (Sundays excepted), during the Summer Season, from the BRITISH HOTEL, BANGOR. at 8 am. passing through BETHESDA, the GREAT PENRHYN SLATE QUA It IIES, through the much- admired PASS OF NAXT FRANCON, along the mar- boin of the OG WEN LAKE, by CAPEL URIG and the SWALLOW WATERFALLS, through BETTWS- Y-COED to LLANR WST, in time for the 12 50 p.m. Train for Conway, Llaududno, Abergele, Rhyl, Chester, and London. Returns from LLANRWST on the arrival of the 12 15 p.m. Train, reaching the BRITISH HO I EL, BAN- GOR at 4 40 p.m., in time for the Trains to Carnarvon, Holyhead, Conway, Llandudno, Rhyl and Chester. Through Tickets can be had at the Railway Stations at Rhyl, Abergele, Llandudno, and Llandudno Junc- tion. And Passengers must be carefiil to explain, at the time of Booking, that they require Tickets for the Coach Tour, to prevent mistakes. Through Fares Hhvt to Bangor, or | First Class, Second Class. Vi e Ver?. < Ha 3d. lOa. 3d. Atiergeleto Bangor, I I Os. 6d. gg (y, or Vice Versa í Llatidtidtio to Bangor, 9s. 3d. 88. 6d. or Vice Veisa ( Llandudno Junction ) to Bangor, or Vice > 8s. 6d. 8s. 0d. Versa ) The following Table will show the approximate time the Coach will be passing the different localities A.M. Rhyl per Rail 10 44 Abergele .10 Llandudno .11 0 Llandudno June.11 35 P.M. Llanrwst (arrival) ..12 15 Llanrwst,— Victoria Hotel, (depar- ture).12 40 Bettwsycoed,-Royal Oak Hute! 1 25 Capel Curig,—The Hotel 2 25 I Bethesda,—Douglas Arm, 3 40 B a. n g o r,-Britisli Hotel. 4 40 AM. Bangor,-Br i t i a h Hotel. 8 0 Bethesda,-Douglas A rmg 8 0 Capel Curig,—The Hotel. 10 16 B et twa y c oe d,- Royal Oak Hotel 11 0 Lianrwet, -Victoria Hotel 12 0 Llandudno Junction. 1 30 ,N.B.-Tmins leave Llanrwst for Llandudno Junction, at 12 5ft 3 40 and 6 25 p.m. Parties leaving Bangor, can have 6 hours Fishing at Ogwen Lake before the Return COACH passes. Performed by the Public's most obedient Servants, DEW & WILLIAMS. Coaches from the Royal Sportsman Hotel Carnarvon, EVERY DAY (SUNDAYS EXCEPTED.) ARRANGEMENTS FOR 1864. CARNARVON AND PWLLHELI. FREQUENT Complaints having been made JJ that the time allowed between the arriral and de- parture cf the Coaches at Pwllheli is not sufficient, the Propietor of the Royal Sportsman Hotel, Carnarvon, has determined to run a fast FOUR-HORSE MAIL COACH, daily, on and after Monday, the 7th day of SKPTCMBER, leaving CARNARVON on the arrival of the Mail Trai? at 4 36 a. m., awl returning from PWLLHKU at 5 30 p.m. to Camarvon, in time for the London Mail Train at 8 29, thus allowing passengers about nine mvBrs at Pvdlheli. JOHN MORETON, Proprietor. Royal Sportsman Hotel, Carnarvon, September 4, 1863. The PRINCE OF WALES will leave the Royal Sports- man Hotel, Carnarvon, after the arrival of 9 40 a.m. train, returning ir: the evening from Pwllheli at I p.m. Passengers by the above Coaches will be taken free to the station. JOHN MORETON, Proprietor. Royal Sportsman Hotel, Carnarvon, June 13th, 1863. NANTLLE RAILWAY. CARNARVON TO PORT MA DOC & BACK DAILY (Sundays excepted). AN OMNIBUS leaves the PENYGBOES STA- TION, every evening, on the arrival of the Train which leaves Carnarvon 6 p.m., Penygroes 7 0 p.m., and returns from Port Madoo at 8 0 a.m., Penygroes 11 0, arriving at Carnarvon 12, in time for the 12 15 Trains for Bangor, Chester, London, &c. MORETON & PARRY, Proprietors. Sportsman Hotel, Carnarvon, November 10th, 1863. CARNARVON AND BARMOUTH MAIL. ON AND AFTER OCTOBER 19th, 1863, (Sundays excepted.) ￼ FAST Four-horse COACH will leave A the Royal Sportsman Hotel, Carnarvon, 9 a m, via Beddgelert, Tre Madoc, Port Madoc, Tanybwlch, Maentwrog, Harlech, Barmouth, to DolgeHey, returning from Dolgelley, via same route, at 11 a.m., and arriving at CaJnarvon in time for the Mail Train for London, &e. MORETON, PRICHARD, DAVIES & PRICHARD, Proprietors. Royal Sportsman Hotel, Carnarvon, June 18th, 1864. Carnarvon and Dolgelley Tourist Coach. (Sundays excepted,) A FAST Four-horse COACH will leave the ROYAL SPORTSMAN HOTEL, CARNARVON, 9 a.m., via Beddgelert, Tre Madoc. Port Madoc, Tanybwlch, Maen- twrog, Harlech, Barmouth, to Dolgelley, in time for the trains at Llwyngwril, Aberdovey, Borth, Aberystwyth, Machynllcth, and LI.-idl- &c., &c., returning from D-1 g. l?y, viA mme route, at 11 a.m., and arriving at Carnarvon, in time for the Mail Train to London, &e. MORETON, PRICHARD, DAVIES & PRICHARD. Proprietors. Royal Sportsman Hotel, Carnarvon, June 18th, 1864. GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY TRAVELLING THROUGH NORTH WALES By the SNOWDON TOURIST" Four-horse Coach. THE Public is respectfully informed that on t and after Monday, June 17th, 1864, this old and weU-appointed four-horse Coach will run daily [Sundays excepted], between Llangollen Station and Carnarvon. The Coach will leave Llangollen Station on the arrival of trains from Leamington, Warwick, Birmingham, Wol- verhampton, Hereford, Shrewsbury, Manchester, War- rington, Liverpool, and Chester, and will travel through the most admired scenery of North Wales, along the Great London and Holyhead Road, passing through the Vales of Llangollen, Glyndwrdy, and Corwen, by the Bridge and Waterfall of Pont-y-Glyn, Pentre Voelas, Bet- t^-v-Coed, the celebrated Rhsiadr Wennol, Fall of the Swallows, the base of Mocl Siabod, and the Glydr, Cape! Curig, through the famous Pass of Llanberis, and skirting the foot of Snowdon, to the Royal and Sportsman Hotel, Carnarvon. ?' Will leave the SPORTSMAN HOTEL, CARNARVON, daily [Sunday excepted], via the same route, atd will ar. rive at Llangollen Station in time for trains to Chester, Liverpool, Manchester, Shrewsbury, Hereford, Wolver- hampton. Birmingham, Leamington, Warwick, Oxford, and London, the same evening. By Order, EDWARDS. MOLTBY, JONES, D. WILLIAMS, R. M. WILLIAMS, and MORETON, Proprietors. Hulld Hotel, Llangollen, June, 1864. Change in the Time of Starting of the Pwllhel Coach from the Royal Hotel, Carnarvon- I ? On and after Mon- day, 12th April the Four- Horse COACH will leave Edern, at 8 30 P-M.. Neviii, at 9 -and PwUheIi. at 10 a.m., evepr *orm, g (Sundays excepted), arriving at the Royal Hotel, in time for the 2 5 p.m., train, leaving CarDaruoD, after the arrival of the 3 20 p.m. April, 7th 1864. E. HUMPHREYS & Co. THE LONDON AND NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY. TOUR THROUGH NORTH IV A E S. CARNARVON, BARMOUTH, & DOLGELLEY. Carnarvon to Beddgelert, Tremadoc, Portmadoc Tany- bwleh, Maentwrog, Harlech, Barmouth and Dolgelley. THE ROYAL SNOWDONIAN TOURIST COACH WILL EXTEND its Route, via Beddgelert, W Tremadoc, Fortmadoc, Tanybwlch, Maentwrog, Harlech, Barmouth and Dolgelley, starting from the ROYAL HOTEL (late Uxbridge Arms) and Railway Station, Carnarvon, every day (Sundays excepted), after the arrival of the 9 40 a.m. train. Will also leave the SHIP HOTEL, DOLGELLEY, every day (Sundays excepted) at 8 a.m., same route, ar- riving at the Royal Hotel (late Uxbridge Arms), Carnar- von, in time for trains to Chester, Liverpool, Birming- ham, London, &e. On and after the 20th of June, TicketR available for one month will be issued at all the principal Stations on the London and North Western Railway. EDWARD HUMPHREYS, JONES & Co., Proprietors. Royal Hotel, Carnarvon, June 1st. 1864. 18 64. LONDON AND NORTH WESTERN RATI. WAY. Circular Tour through the most interesting and Pic- turesque Scenery in North M'ales. mH; Public, are respectfully informed that I on and after MONDAY, 20th June, the favourite FOUR HORSK COACH, the Royal Snmcdoman Tourist will commence running daily (Sundays excepted) from the ROYAL HOTEL, Carnarvon, late Uxbridge and Railway Station, after the arrival of the 9 40 a.m. Train for Llanrwst, Via Manl-eris, Padarn Villa Hotel. skirting the foot of Snowdon, through the far famed Pass in View of the Vale of Nant Gwynant, to Capel Curig, the base of M oel Shabod and along the Holyhead Road to the Swallow Waterfall, Ten Minutes allowed, to see the Falls; thence through the Vale of Bettws.y- 'Coed, over the Waterloo Bridge to Llanrwst Eagles Hotel in time for the Trains for Chester, &c. Leaves the Eagles Hotel and Railway Station Llanrwst every day (Sundays excepted) via same route arriving at Pad- arn Villa Hotel, Llanberis, for Dinner, and Royal Hotel, Carnarvon in time for Trains leaving at 6 30 p.m. Tickets will be issued for the Route at the following Stations, Rhyl, Abergele, Llandudno, Llandudno Junction, Penmaenmawr, l.laufairfeohan, Bangor, Menai Bridge and Carnarvon, available for one day only. E. HUMPHKEYS and CO. Royal Hotel, Coach Office, June 15, 1864. LLANGOLLEN. THE U,ANGOLLEN ROY H MAIL leaves H The Royal and Sportsman Hotel, CarnMVon every morning (Sunday excepted) at Kigbt o'clock, by way of the famous Pass of Llanberis, skirting the foot of Snow- don, to Capel Curig, the celebrated Rhaiadr y "enn°U Bettws y Coed. Pantrefoph: Bridge and Waterfall of Pontyglyn, Corwen, and Glyudyfrdwy, arriving at Llan- gollen Station at 4 15, in time for Trains to all parts of England leaving the Hand Hotel, Uangollen. everylday Sunday excepted) at Ten. THE REVEREND EDWARD OWEN, CLERK, DECEASED. PURSUANT to an Act ofParfisraent made and passed JL in the 22nd and 23rd years of the Reign of Her pre- aedt slaiesty Intituled An Act to further amend the j law of property and to relieve Trustees," NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that all CreditorltaJld others having any claims or demands against the Estate of Edward Owen, late of Llandrygan Parsonage, in the County of Anglesey, Clerk, deceased, [who died on the 6th Day of May, 1864, intestate, and Letters of Administration to whose Estate and effects were on or about the 2nd day of June,1864,granted by the District Registry of Her Majesty's Court of Prolate at Bangor, to the Reverend Hugh Davies Owen, Clerk, Doctor of Divinity, the father of the said deceased] are requested on or before the 10th Day of September next, to send to me the Undersigned, at my Office, in Beaumaris, in the said County of An- glesey, particulars of their Debts and Claitas, or in de- fault thereof, the said Hugh Davies Owen will, after that period proceed to distribute the Assets of the said Edward Owen, among the parties entitled thereto, hav- ing regard only to the Debts and Claims in respect whereof notice shall have bees given all hereby re- quired And all Persons indebted to the said Estate are requested to pay the amount of their debts forthwith to me. Dated thia 15th day of Jun., 1864. O. OWES, Solicitor to the Estate. CONSULTATION FREE. Mm, T E E T I-T APPOINTMENTS FOR 1864. In eonsequence of incrcasedlpractice, Messrs. GABRIEL will attend at BANGOR, every FRIDAY, at Mr. Douglas, Caxton House, High Street. OSWESTRY, every WEDNESDAY, at Mr. Greens, Canton House, The Cross. WREXHAM, every THURSDAY, 5, Hope-street. SHREWSBURY, every SATURDAY, 48, High-street. CARNARVON, by appointment only. MESSRS. GABRIEL'S INVENTION OSTEO ElDON. PATENT MARCH, Ist, 1862, No. 560. GABRIEL'S SELF-ADHESIVE TEETH and Soft Gums, without springs or palates, are war- ranted to succeed even when all highly-lauded inventions have failed. Purest materials and ftrst-class workman- ship warranted, and supplied at haif the usual cost by ?FCABR ￼ lTHi6L D CST?BHSWCD bh,ZDM.eNTle0 v'CPkS 134, DUKE STRBET, LIVERPOOL; 65 NEW STREET, BIRMINGHAM. 27, HARLEY STREET. CAVENDISH SQUARE AND 34, LUDGATE HILL, LONDON; Consultations gratis. For an explanation of their various improvement opinions of the press, testimonials, &c., see Gabriel's Practical Treatise on the Teeth. Post free on ap- plication. Sets from 4 to 7 and 10 to 15 guineas. Best ID Europe, Single Teeth or part sets to proportionateiy mod- erate. 00 s '? X. MR. C. MAUGHAM, SURGEON DENTIST. 14, NORTHGATE ST., CARNARVON. MR. C. MAUGHAM begs to acknowledge L 1'.1 with thanks the liberal support which he has re- ceived from his friends and the public of Carnarvon and adjacent Towns, and trusts by strict attention, combined with moderate charges, to merit a continuance of their favor. Mr. C. M. may be consulted daily, from 10 a.m. at the above address. LIVERPOOL. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. THE ONLY CONSERVATIVE DAILY NEWSPAPBR IN LANCASHIRE. MJ E DAILY COURIEB, Lw- PRICE ONE PENNY Containing Eight Pages, is a first-class medium for al classes of Advertisers. The Circulation of the- DAIL f COORZEB has been more than doubled within the last few mouths, and is still increasing. Publishing Offices, 60, Castle-street, Liverpool, where orders are received, asalso by Mr. J. K Nuglas, ViLron icto Office, Bangor, and by any of the London and Provincial Advertising Agents. —" JOHN WILLIAMS, J he Old Ettablithed FURNITURE AND UPHOLSTERY ESTA13LD NTO LONDON PLACE, BANGOR, T)EGS to draw the attention of his[ Wends and Imtrons in North Wal(,q to the large &<:sort. Bmeiit of DINING & DRAWING ROOM FURNITITRE, BEDDING AND BEDS'rEAD, aDd eRpo64y ￼ as low a ￼ that of any houAe in the kingdom H rti CU, arly invites ati inspection of a large stock t)f FEATHERS, CURLEI) HAIR (of the best qtiaht,? WOOLLEN and COTTON FLOCKS, which for purity are uBmatehed. If found not to be of the quality which j. W repV resents them to be, they may Sl^ ^STREET. W OBSEKVE-Shop aLd Show Room., LONDON PLACE; Work8hop and Wanhouiie, OLD BAT]% ASSEMBLY ROOMS, DEAN-STREET. ESTABLISHED 1812. PBOCTOR AND RYLAND, IN CALLING ATTENTION TO THEIR SPECIAL PREPARED BONE MANURES, Have much pleasure in stating that they will be found of very superior quality, and the most economical offered to the Agriculturist. TURNIP, MANGOLD, AND POTATO MANURES Rave produced results of the ￼ character on every description of tillage Und, WHEAT, OAT, ?kND BARLEY MANURES Strengthen the ￼ of fiEfr "? "? deg1'e, BONE SUPERPROSPHA 'TE OF Llr?n Ina ve ry marked degree, Has been proved to be the most economical source of Pbospliate for the growth of luxuriant root and corn crop*. GHASS MANURES, For mowing or grazing l,md, are very effective in improving the herbage. The prepartion of Gra?s Manure i, reflated according as they may be I equired to be more or les. permanent in their character. OFFICES CORN EXCHANGE BUILDINGS, CA RR'S LANE, BIRMINGHAM. MA»UFACTORlKS:-fi/iJitf/^tf HAM, WARWICK, BRISTOL AND CHBSTB.. ￼ ARTIFICIAL TEETH. M H S C () T T (FROM DUBLIN), MARKET STREET, CARNARVON, MR. SCOTT, the Relent Dentist, supplies Artificial Teeth without giving any pain U 1 the wearer (he (loes not extract old stumps), and at the same time rendering the new Teeth useful in madti<»- tin" and articulation, Tlie T(wthlwingcimposrf of a silieious substance, with a tine enamel upon them, admitting of every varietjr Of shade and colour, enables him to match any Teeth that may remain in the mouth, so aa to challenge detection. All medical gentlemen who have inspected Mr. Scott's Teeth pronounce them to be the most c&anly Rnd holt. some to ?arU?ighttywi? and ligatures are avoided. All the most recent improvements of the London and Paris Schools of Dentistry are introduced into Mr. Scott's laboratory, strictly adhering to Mr. Brophy .standard rule of using no inferior materials, the workmanship being under his own special Supervision. He will warrant all commands entrusted to his can, his numerona patients for their H'te?t patronage, and hope?, by ttrict tttentioa tt Mr. Scott beg leave to thank his numerous patients for their li6eral patronage, and hopes, by strict attention all orders committed to his care, to merit a continuance of the same. CHARGES TO SUIT THE MOST ECONOMICAL.-ADVICE GRATIS. Mr. Scott may be consulted gratis, once a month, at the following places First Wednesday in every Month— LLANRWST, at Mr. Prichard's, Confectioner, Denbigh Street, from 11 till 12 a.m. ?t?r??</ty in every MmtK— CONWAY, at Mr. Richardson's Temperance Hotel, LancMter Square, ma 1 till 4 ￼ ? ￼ tirstWe,l»tnday in every 3?<t. BANGOR. Albert Hotel, High Street, from 5 tiU 9 p. m. ?co? H?w-? m '-M? ???. -F?RT MADOC, at Mrs. Evans, tbe Ship Inn. Mark the address: -MARKET STREET, CARNARVON. REMOVAL. I WATSON ROBINSON, I TAILOR AND DRAPER Ð EGS to return his warmest thanks to the I I ) Clergy, Gentry, and Inhabitants of Bangor and its Neighbourhood, for the many favors conferred upon him for selera] years past, and announces that he has Removed II to more eligible Premises, lately known M the Liverpool Arms Hotel. He takes this opportunity of asstmng his Patrons that it shrtll ever be his stooy by pmmpt personal attentionand moderate charges, to merit a further continuance of their generous support. W. R. having had considerable experience in Making of Liveries, begs to draw the attention of Gentlemen to this branch of business. Agent for Nodder's Patent, Self-Adjusting and Ventilated Hats. Bangor, 20st May, 1864. Early in July, PRIZK pOlms receiving the 100 Guineas offered in the Advertisements, Ho FOR A SHAK- SPEARE," and awarded by Messrs. Webster, J. Stirling Coyne, Andrew Halliday, George Rose, and Thomas S Stuart. Illustrated with Lithographic Portraits of Queen Elizabeth and the Queen of Beauty. Can be had GRATIS at all the best Drapers in the Kingdom, or forwarded, on receipt of stamped address to DAT & SONS, Lithographers to the Queen, Publishers, Lincoln's Inn Fields..London. DEDICATED BY PERMISSION TO H. R.H. THE PRINCE OF WALES. "L L E W E L Y N"; A DRAMATIC CANTATA. The English Words by THOMAS OLIPHANT (Honorary Sp"retary to the Madrigal Society.) no Welsh Words by TALHAIARN. The Music- by JOHN THOMAS (Pencerdd Gwalia). PUBLISHED BY SUBSCRIPTION, And to be ready for delivery in July next, in One Vol. ume, eUgantly bound, ffiit edges, t-c. Price, to Subscribers, One Guinea Non-subscribera One Guinea and a Half. The VOICE PARTS, published separately, at Three- pence a Page, and now ready for delivery. This Cantata was composed expressly for, and per- formed at, the Swansea Eisteddfod, 1863; and has already been choseD for performance at the Llandudno Eistedd- fod, in September next. Subscribers' Names to be forwarded to Mr. John Thomas (Pencerdd Gwalia), 53, Welbeck Street, Lon- don, W. ￼ "^LEGIITYSCHOOL, RUTHIN. HEAD MASTER REV. THOMAS KIRK, M.A., St. John's College, Cambridge (Prizeman). Boys educated for Professional or Business life. Also a preparatory School for younBei Boys. French is taught to all whose parents desire it without extra charge Apply to the Rev. T. Kirk, Collegiate School, Ruthin. EDUCATION. MISS WRIGHT, City Walls. Grey Friars, IVL CHESTER, has VACANCIES for a few Young Ladies, and offers a sound English Education, combined with the comforts of a home. MUSIC taught by Mr OWEN, (lhmin Alaw, Pencerdd). FRENCH, & by a Resident Governess. Reference-Rev. J. Jenkins. AlIbey Square, Chester. Tenns may be had on application. PORTMADOC COMMERCIAL HOTEL. THOMAS DA vms, begs respectfully to an- ? nounce to Commercial a«d other gentlemen, that he has succeeded Mrs. Jones, as the Proprietor of this well- known Establishment; and hopes by superior accomoda- tion, and careful attention to their comfort, to merit and receive the increased support of Commercial men, and the Public in general. Posting in all its Branched. Commercial Hotel, Portmadoc, May 11th, 1864. ELLIS'S PATENT ROOFING PELT.—The Ebest and cheapest WATERPROOF COVERING for all sorts of Sheds, Outbuildings, Hay and Corn II icks, &c., sold Wholesale and Retail by S. ELLIS and Co., 23, Strand Street (near the Custom House,) Liverpool, and Ironmongers throughout the country. Price One Penny per Square Foot. Also the best PORIXAN D CEMENT. Price 12a. per Barrel. MONEY TO LEND —TO FARMERS, TRADESMEN AND OTHERS. LOANS from JMO to £ 1.000 at 5 per Cent Jt_J interest, upon personal security, can quickly be obtained by respectable parties, and repayment may be made within five years. Apply to Messrs. T. W w.KI.KY & Co., Estate Agents, 13, Great James Street, Bedford Row, London. W.C. N. B. -Money can also be had on Mortgage from JE500 to £ 20,000, and all transactions. are strictly confi- dential. WHEAT SOWING. Goulding's Anti-Smut Composition SAS been found, beyond exception, the ￼ most valuable and effectual remedy for the Smut, unt, or Brand in the ear of Wheat. It has received the nniveisal application and approval of most of the Practiical Agriculturists of this Country, and is firmly established as the TRUE FARMER'S FRIEND." It is the most simple in its application, the most certain in its effects, and cheaper than any other dressing in use has stood the test for the last SIXTEEN YEARS, and with- out one single failure to our knowledge. The Proprietors wish to remark that with this Preparation there is no oc- casion to Lime or Brine the Wheat. The seed can be dressed and fit to sow in a quarter of an hour. Sold in Packets 9d. each, sufficient to dress 364 pounds of seed. Prepared by W. and H. M. GOULDISO, Cork. Wholesale Agents-EVANs, SONS, and Co., Liverpool, EVANS, LSSCHER, and EVANS, London. Wholesale ￼ Mid Export Druggists, Drug Gna?t? and PhMTBMeutic&t Cben%6, S. MR. HUGH JONES, VETERINARY SURGEON, dec., (M.R.C.V.S. Loa. and Edin ) CASTLE SQUARE (RT THE BANK,) CARNARVON BEiiS respectfully to inform the inhabi- _f) tants of Anglesey and Carnarvonshire that he ha* commenced business at the above premises, and that bit attention to his profession will merit patronage. He el- amines horses as to soundness. TO PROPRIETORS OF QUARRIES. TOHN OWEN, Iron and Brass Founder, • I MENAI FOUDNRY, BANGOR, begs to anDOllllet to Quarry Propriotors that he continues to manufacture Quarry waggons, &c., aD\1 that he is now in a position t. supply every description of Quarry Machinery. Incliae Drums, Rollers and Waggon Wheels (case hardened) and castings of every description. Also Sawing and Planing 11 achines for slate and marble slabs upon an improved principle; Water Wheels, Steals Engines, kc., on the most modern principle and is alse appointed manufacturer of Mr. E. J. J. Dixon's patent axles and waggons, by the use of which there is a saviag of 75 per cent. in oil. N.B.—Most promt attention paid to all orders. BENJAMIN SHIRLEY, CHINA MANCFACTCRER, HIGH STRBT, BANGOR; AND PRINCE OF WALES'S WORKS, LONGTON, STAFFORDSHIRE. NEW Pattern Dinner Ware, Dinner Sett, L 102 Pieces, i'2 10s. M.: Tea Setts. 32 Pieces, from 10s. 6d. upwards; Molded Tumblers, from lis 6d. up- wards ditto Tumblers, from 5s. upwards ditto Wine Glass, from 3s. upwards new Pattern Toilet Ware, from (is. upwards. B.S. having his own maanfactory, is able to match broken services, and which he is prepared to do at very moderate prices. MR. E. W. THOMAS, Organist of St. Ann's Church, and Teacher of the Piano fortt, Organ, and Harmonium, PLAS LLWYD TERRACE, IJIGR STREET. BANGOR. PUPILS attended in Bangor and Neighbour- hood. —Terms, One Guinea per Quarter. NORTH l& SOUTH WALES BANK FIFTY FIRST DIVIDEND. "TOTICE Is Hereby Civen. that a Dividend of Ten Shillings per Share [being at the rate of Tea per cent. pei annum] for the half year ended 30tb ult., on the Capital Stock of the Company, and a Bonos of 10s. per Share will be paid to the Proprietors, free of Income Tax, on and after the 11th instant, at the Head Office and the respective Branches. The Transfer Books win be closed from this date to the ltth instant inclusive. INCREASE OF CAPITAL. Subject to the approval of the Meeting of Proprietors on 15th instant, the Directors will issue to the existing Shareholders, pro rata, 5000 shares of the Bank of tlO each at a premium of JEM per share, being at the rate 01 One new Share for every Fivs Shares now held, to be paid for in four instalments of £5 each, on 1st August) 1st November, 1st February, and 1st May next. By Order of the Directors, GEORGE RAE, Liverpool 1st July, 1864. General Manager. PURCHASE DIRECT FROM THE MAKER, AND SAVE THE DEALERS' PROFIT! FIRS T-C LASS ExVGLISH PATENT LEVEl I'j WATCHES. CAPPED and JEWELLED, with all the Recent IM- PROVEMENTS, and Finished in a Superior Manner, 24 £3 5s. EACH. ,NOTIC.-Thege WATCHES are our OWN MAKE, and cannot be surpassed. WRITTEN WARRANTY GIVEN for 10 YEARS. THK TIME or RAY AND THE WONDER OF THB DAT. SAQU I'S Excellent SILVER WATCHES JEWELLED, AT 21S. EACH. Also the celebrated 8s. Alarum Clock may be had at the reduced price of 6s. 6d., warranted. OBSERVE THE ADDRESS— JOHN SAQUI, 40 MANCHESTER-STREET; —» LIVERPOOL- Second Watchmaker's Shop from Whitechapel. PUBLIC CAUTION.-Vmding a Liverpool Slaop- keeper has copied my advertisement from the Liverpool papers, with a view of taking a most unfair advantage of my business, Mr. Saqui begs to inform the Welsh Pub- lic, that he is the only, and tlie original maker of the X3 5s. Od. Patent Lever Watch. These Watches have obtained an established reputation for cheapuess and quality, that defy competition, and have but to be tried to maintain their superiority over all spurious imitatlolJl. All Mr. Saqui's Levers have his own name, and address in full, engraved on each Watch. N. B.-Goods sent to all parts of the world, on receipt of Post Office Orders. BY APPOINTMENT. Purveyor of tk3t To the Curry Powder Queen. A REAL BLESSING TO THE AFFLICTED. FAR RAN T' S GOUT AND RHEUMATIC PILLS One Dose relieves, the third cures. Price 18. lid. and as. 9d. per bottle. Retail of all respectable Chemists, wholesale, Barclay & Son, London ISvaas & Co., LiYef" pool.