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persons SKSantelr. ANTED a steady Man as BOOTS.— Y/V Apply to Mr. Bicknell. Penrhyn Arms, Bangor. S oTONR BREAKERS wanted at Degamvy, near Conway.-Apply personally or by letter, to A.B., as above, stating price per cubic yard for breakage. CARNARVON COUNTY GAOL. WANTED. AS MATRON AND FEMALE WARDER,  PERSON competent to instruct the Fe- A male Prisoners in washing, getting up Imen.platn *?c catting out shirts, drawers, &c'. Age not ]ss So 'or m^ thanW) Must speak Welsh and En- ?T"'sh Salary ?? per annum, with rations, and a room in  prison. TestEials as to character and fitness to be sent to v* WT Poote. Carnarvon. on or before the 24th inst. M ?arvon. March 6th 18&5. ffSants. ANTED, by a respectable YOl," person. W" a ?.Hc?<HO?EMAIDorB?MAID in MH.t.lorL?ing U'?-Addres.. J. E. T.. Post- an Hotel or an?ilechid. E" mrrlTlON and Care of a HtHe Ci? at tho tsea side, wanted General hea\th Rood. but salt waT ter bathing necessary twice daily. Beaumlul prefer. red. Te? moderate. Address, with particulars, to A?R,post.office, Bangor. '1'0 PAlISH CLUICS. WANTEI). Certificate or evidence of the V y Birth of William Andrew Price, supposed to have been born in or near Rhuddlan, in Flintshire, N. W., about the year 1720 also, of the Marriage of his pareuts, The said Willinm Andrew Price went to India, and died in or about 1773. A Reward of £100 will be paid upon legal evidence being furnished of the above.—Apply to Mr. John Lloyd, 4, Cottage Green, Camberwell, London. S20 REMUNERATION. To RECTORS, VICARS, PERPETUAL CURATES, and other officiating MINISTERS of Churches or Chapels wherein Marriages were celebrated about the years 1760 to 1769. WANTED, the REGISTER of the MAR- RIAGE of RICHARD ALLEN, of M?ctteanetd. or orth Rode, Cheshire, and ELIZABETH HALL, who sometime resided at Amlwch, in the county of Anglesey The Marriage is supposed to have been solemnised in one of the years above named somewhere in North Wales or in Cheshire, Derbyshire, or Lancashire, or in one of the adjoining Counties. Any person to whom this advertisement il directed (but no other), on furnishing the information above reo quired, and producing a Certificate of the Marriage from the Register, signed by the officiating Minister in posses- sion of such Register. will be paid the sum of TWENTY POUYDB by the undersigned, PARROTT. COLVILLE, & MAY, Solicitors, Macclesfield, FURNISHED HOUSE WANTED, IN Llandudno. Bangor, or Carnarvon, from the 1st week in May, for 3 or 4 months, in every way suited to the requirements of a Gentleman's Family.—To consist of 3 reception rooms, 6 or 7 Bedrooms, and proper offices, Coach House, and Stabling for 3 Horses. Terms and particulars to be sent to George Northorofft, Surveyor. Warrington Chambers, 2a, South Castle-street, Liverpool. Co be lect. To m; LET, pleasantly situated, within a mile of Denbigh. "YBTRAD COTTAGE," with Gar- dens, Coach House, Stabling, kc. For Terms apply to Mr. Wynne, of Ystrad, or Mr. F. 'Wynne, Solicitor, St. Asaph. LLAKFAIRFECHAN, AT THE FOOT OF PENMAENMAWR MOUNTAIN. TO be Let or Sold at this fashionable Water- ing place, Osborne House, a commodious villa resi- dence, commanding a magnificent sea and land view, and within a hundred yards of the best part of the beach for bathing. The house stands in its own grounds, and con- tains in the basement Kitchen, Scullery, and other offices; on the ground-floor spacious Drawing and Dining Rooms, with bay windows, Servants' Hall, and Butler's Pantry; on the first floor, spacious Sitting Room, and excellent 4 Bed-rooms and on the second floor 5 spacious Bed- rooms. The house may be taken upon a lease for a term of years, or if preferred the lease of 99 years will be sold. For further particulars apply to Mr. Elias Davies, Auctioneer. kc., Penmaenmawr, near Conway. March 18th. 1865. EXTENSIVE SLATE QUARRIES IN PERTH SHIRE TO LET. THE Slate Quarries of Crai?e? and Rohum- Tman, upon the Estate of Logiealmond, will be let for such number of years as may be agreed upon, with entry at Whitsunday, 1865. These Quarries are situated within eight miles of the LuncartyStation on the Scottish North-Eastern Railway; within same distance of the Methven Station on the Methven and Perth Railway and within twelve miles of the town and shipping port of Perth. The quality of the Slate is well known to be of the best description and from a recent survey by an experienced engineer, the extent of Slate Rick is inexhaustible. Robert Buchanan, Chapelhill, or James Steward, Logiealmon Shooting Lndge, Logiealn.on. will show the Quarries; and further particulars will be learned from. and offers received by, Peter Geekie, Balboughty, Perth. Scone, 11th January. 1865. u SpatM, fcc. PIANO FOR SALE. ASomi grand PIANO, by an old London Maker, on Sale for immediate cash. It is very sweet toned, in good condition, and may be had a bargain. Price £ 15. Address, Q.R.S., North Wales Chronicle Office, Bangor. FUKNmiRE.^A BARGAIN. ON SALE, an elegant Walnut wood Draw- ing-r>om suite, comprising G Kpring stuffed chairs, couch, easy and sewing chairs, a cheffonier with plate glass doors and back, an oval centre t-tble, and large gilt for complete suite only 28 guinea. Every article warranted, and carriage free. Apply to J. M. Pinch, 120. Bold Street, Liverpool. Designs of the above forwarded on application by Post. 0 publications. SACRED MUSIC. SANCTIS: with Welsh words, (S. A. T, B.. ami accompaniment for the Organ or Harmonium) Composed by B. M. Williams, Ruthin. P-ice 6d. \lb1íc Notices. ROYAL NATIONAir LIFE-BOAT INSTITUTION. THE animal meeting of the Anglesey I Branch of the above Institution. will be held at the WULIHIS BLLKEI.KY ARMS HOTEL. Beaumaris, at 3 p.m. on Thursdav, the 23rd day of March. ROBERT WYNNE JONES, Hon. Secretary and Treasurer. Beaumaris, March 11th, Ist)5. BETTWS GWERFIL GOCH INCLOSURE- WHEREAS an application for the In- V closure of that portion of Bettws Commons, Hills, or Shuepwalks. situate in the parish of Bettws Gwerfil Goeh, which is iu the county of Merioneth, has been duly made to of The Inclosure Commissioners of England and Wales." pursuant to the provisions of "The Act for Inch mire, Exchange, and Improvement of Land," And whereas the said application has been referred by the said Commissioners to me. an assistant Commissioner duly appointed under the said Act, I hereby give notice. that [ shall hold a meeting on the 4th day of April next, at the hour of Eleven ill the forenoon, at the Lion Hotel, in the parish of Ce.rig-y druidioii, in the county of Denbigh, for the purpose of hearing any objections which may be made to the proposed Inclosure, and any information or evidence which may be offered in relation thereto. Wt.e.smyhan??l6thda? March. 180o. ,HARLES WOOD, AMhtMt loclotUM CommiMioBtr. public Notices. BEAUMARIS LITERARY INSTITUTE. THE Anniversary Meeting of the above Tln,tittite, will be held at the TOWN HALL, BEAU- HARIS, on TUESDAY next, the 21st instant, at 8 o clock p. M. Captaia Lewis Hampton Lewis, of Henllys, will preside. R. W. HUGHES, Beaumaris, March 17th, 1865. Honorary Secretary. ANGLESEY CENTRAL RADLWAY. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT the Fourth Ordinary Half-Yearly *• Meeting of the Sliai eholders in the Anglesey Central Railway Company, will be held at the Contractors Offices, Llangefni, on Thursday, the 30th day of March, 1865, at Two o'clock in the Afternoon, for the transaction of the ordinary business of the Company. The Transfer Books of tChoe n9()mpany will be closed from the 17th inst., until after the Meeting. By Order. WM. DEW, Secretary. Company's Offices, Bangor, March 7th, 1865. ANGLESEY SPRING ASSIZES, 1865. VfOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the II next Assizes and General Gaol Delivery for the County of Anglesey will be held at the County Hall, in Beaumaris, in the said County, on Wednesday, tho 22nd day of March instant. All Justices of the Peace, Coroners, Chief Constables, Stewards, Bailiffs of Libeities, Jurors, Prosecutors, and Witnesses, are to attend at Beaumaris aforesaid, on Thursday, the 23rd day of March instant, at the hour of Ten o'clock in the Forenoon of the same day, to do those things which belong respectively unto them be done. Dated this First day of March, 18(;5. GEORGE HIGGINS, ESQ., SHERIFF. Under Sheriff's Office, Beaumaris. CARNARVONSHIRE SPRING ASSIZES, 1365. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT the next Assizes and General Gaol TDelivery for the County of Carnarvon, will be held in the County Hall, in Carnarvon, in the said county, on Saturday, the 25th day of March instant. All Justices of the Peace, Coroners, Chief Constables, Stewards, Bailiffs of Liberties, Jurors, Prosecutors, and Witnesses, are to attend at Carnarvon aforesaid, on Monday, the twenty-seventh day of March instant, at the hour of ten o'clock in the forenoon of the same day, to do those things which belong respectively unto them to be done. Dated this first day of March, 1865. CHARLES MILLAR, Esquire, Sheriff. Under Sheriff's Office, Castle-street, Carnarvon. ANGLESEY QUARTER SESSIONS. NOTICE is Hereby Given, that the General Quarter Sessious of the Peace for the County of Anglesey, will be held at the COUNTY HALL, in BEAU- MARIS, on TUESDAY, the 4th day of APRIL next, at the hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon, for the dispatch of the Civil and Criminal Business; and that at the hour of Eleven o'clock in the forenoon of the same day, all business matters, and things appertaining to the assess- ment, management, and application of the County rate, er stock of the said County of Anglesey (which by any statute or statutes now in force, the Justices of the Peace are authorised to do and transact at the General Quarter Sessions, or at any adjournment thereof), will be com- menced, done, and transacted publicly and in open Court. RICHARD OWEN, Clerk of the Peace. March 17th, 1865. CARNARVONSHIRE EASTER QUARTER SESSIONS, 1865. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT the General Quarter Sessions of tho i. Peace for the County of Carnarvon, will be held at the County Hall, in Carnarvon, in and for the said County, on Thursday, the 6th day of April, 1865, at the hour of Ten o'clock in the Forenoon, for the des- patch of the Civil and Criminal Business, and that at the hour of Eleven o'clock in the Forenoon of the same day, all business matters and things appertaining to the assessment, management, and application of the County rate. or stock of the said County of Carnarvon and also the business relative to the County Police (which by any statute or statutes now in force, the Justices of the Peace are authorised te do and transact at the General Quarter Sessions, or at any adjournment thereof) will be com- menced, done, and transacted publicly, and in open Court. Dated this 13th day of March, 1865. WILLIAM THEARSBY POOLE, Clerk of the Peace. N.B.-Vagistratee Clerks are requested to forward their depositions and recognizances to the Clerk of the Peace, on or before the Saturday preceding the Sessions. Merionethshire Quarter Sessions. \TOTIOE is Hereby Given that the General JL\ Quarter Sessions of the Peace for the County of Merioneth, will be holden on TUESDAY, the 4th day of April next, in the COUNTY HALL, in DOLOELLEY, at 11 o'cloek in the forenoon, when the Court will resolve into a com- mittee and proceed to audit all such bills and accounts against the County as shall then be desired and also to transact the business relating to the Assessment, Applica- tion and Management of the County Stock or Rate, and the General County business, and likewise all business relating to the County Constabulary, and the Application and Management of the Police Rate, after which the Court will be adjourned to the following day, t. be held at the same place at 11 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 matteri brought before them in the following order: 1. hi the trial of prisoners or persons indicted for assaults and misdemeanours at any former Sessions, and in cal- ling persons bound by recognizances in cases where ap- plication shall be made for that purpose. 2. In the trial of prisoners. 3. In the hearing of appeals. 4. In hearing motions, and in the transaction of such other bus- iness as may be brought before the Court. All persons bound by recognizances to prosecute, or who may have to prefer any indictment, presentment, or articles of the Peace, are required to furnish me with proper instructions on or before Tuesday, the first day of the Sessions and in case of special indictments or pro- ceedings, instructions must be given or sent as long before the Sessions as practicable. 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 then been taken, with any instructions for indictments, which they may be able to give. All bills against the County which shall have been audited and allowed either previously to or at the above Sessions must be presented for payment to the County Treasurer between the hours of 11 and 3 o'clock on Wednesday, the second day of the Sessions, when the same will be paid, otherwise they must stand over till the following Sessions. EDWARD BREESE, Clerk of the Peace. Dated this 17tli day of March, 1865. IN the matter of the Companies Ac. 1862, t and of the Anglesey Colliery Company Lint'ad, the Creditors of the above-named Company are re tired on or before the llth day of April, 1805, to Ben in their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts and claims, and the names and addresses of their Solici- tors (if any), to Thomas Cooper Smith, of 15, Finsbury Place, South, in the city of London, Accountant to the Liquidators of the said Company, and if so required, by notice iu writing from the said Liquidators, are by their Solicitors to come in and prove the said debts or claims, at the offices of Thomas Cooper Smith, No. 15, Finsbury Place, South, aforesaid, at such time as shall be specified iu such notice, oriu default thereof they will be excluded from the benefit ot any distribution made before such debts are proved. Dated this llth day of March 1865 ROBERT DIXON ) R FAITH f.LCOOKSON, L. Ju!n' JAMES WRIGHT, Liquidlltors Festiniog, Maentwrog, and Harlech Turnpike Trusts. NOTICE is Hereby Given, that the Trustees of the Festiniog, Maentwrog, and Harlech Turn- pike Trust, acting under The Merionethshire Turnpike Road Act, 185U, will meet at the GRAPES HOTEL, at Maentwrog, on the 20th day of MARCH instant, at tho hour of One o'clock in the afternoon, in order to consult about erecting a Side Her, or Chain and Posts, on the side of the said Turnpike Road leading from Tanybwlch to Maentwrog, at or near to a certain place called Peny- sarn, across a certain Highway there leading to Festiniog. \nd also, to consult about erecting a Bar, or Chain and Posts, across the said Turnpike Road leading from Maen- twrog to Trawsfynydd, at or near the village of Maentwr- og, or so near thereto as may be there and then deoided. Dated the 8th day of March. 1865. J. P. ROBERTS. Clerk to the said Truteot, public Jfotftes. MARY ANN PARSONS, who in the early part of last year lived at 13, Stockbridge Terrace, Pimlico is requested to communicate with Mr. F. W. PiiVmif. ico, ? Solicitor, 32, Crutched-friars, London, from whom she will hear something to her advantage or any person giving information as to where she may be found, shall on her being so receive two guineas Reward. LLANFECHELL MOUNTAIN INCLOSURE. Iltichard Wakeford Attree, of 8, Cannon Row, in the City of Westminster, in the County of Middlesex, the valuer acting in the matter of the In- closure of Llanfeehell Mountain, situate in the Parish of Llanfechell, in the County of Anglesey, hereby give Notice, that I shall hold a Meeting on the 13th day of April next, at the Crown Inn, in the said Parish of Llan- fechell, at 10 o'clock in the Forenoon, for the examina- tion and determining of Claims in the matter of the said Inclosure, and for the attendance of all parties concerned therein. Given under my hand this llth day of March, in the year of our Lord 1865. R. W. ATTREE. TOLLS TO BE LET. LLANRWST TURNPIKE ROAD. VTOTICE is hereby given. th?tthe ToUa Narising at the undermentioned Gates, on the said Roads, will be LET BY AUCTION, At the EAGLES HOTEL, in the Town of Llanrwst, in the County of Denbigh, on TUESDAY, the 18th day of April next, between the hours of 3 and 4 in the Afternoon, in the manner directed by the Act passed in the Third- and Fourth years of the reign of his late Majesty King George the Fourth, For Regulating Turnpike Roads," which Tolls produced last year the different sums annex- ed to each, viz. :— £ s. d. Bryntirion Gate and Weighing Machine 645 0 0 Tanlan and Meddiant Gate oo' 130 0 0 Sarn-y-mynach Gate 91 0 0 Over and above the expense of collecting the same, and will be let for one year from the First of May next. Each person at his first bidding will be required to deliver in writing the names of his Sureties, and if the same are not satisfactory, his biddtng will not be taken, and whoever happens to be the highest bidder will be required to give Security, with sufficient Sureties for the due payment of the Rent by Quarterly Instalments, and also for the performance of such conditions as shall be declared at the time of the Auction. J. SPIER HUGHES, Clerk to the Trustees. Llanrwst, 14th March, 1865. TOLLS TO BE LET. FESTINIOG, MAENTWROG, AND HARLECH TURNPICE TRUST. NOTICE is hereby given, that the Tolls 1'J arising from the several Toll Gates, within the above Trust will be LET BY AUCTION, for One Jyear, to commence from the 12th day of May next, at the times and places undermentioned: At the GRAPES HOTEL, Maentwrog, on Wednesday, the 29th day of March instant, at 2 o'clock in the after- noon, the Tolls of the following Gates, which produced last year the sums set opposite each Gate, over and above the expense of collection :— Festiniog Gate £ 60 0 0 Maentwrog Gate 301 0 0 Garreg Gate 42 0 0 Ty Newydd Gateoo- oo. 40 0 0 Bont Newydd Gate 9 0 0 At the VICTORIA INN, Llanbedr, on Thursday, the 30th day of March instant, at 12 o'clock at noon, the Tolls of the following Gates, which produced last year the sums set opposite each Gate, over and above the expense of collection :— expe Barmouth Gate £ 85 0 0 Clogwyn Gate 70 0 0 Llechwedd Du Gato 43 10 0 N.B.—Whoever happens to be the highest bidder must give security, with sufficient sureties to the satisfaction of the Trustees, on the day of Letting the Tolls, for the punctual payment of the rent at which such Tolls may be Let. March 9th, 1865. TOLLS TO BE LET. PENMACHNO AND YSPYTTY TURNPIKE ROADS. NOTICE is hereby given, that the'Tolls Naiising at the undermentioned Gates, on the said Roads, will be LET BY AUCTION, At the EAGLES HOTEL, in the Town of Llanrwst, in the County of Denbigh, on TUESDAY, the 18th day of April next, between the hours of 3 and 4 in the Afternoon. In the manner directed by the Act passed in the Third and Fourth years of the reign of his late Majesty King George the Fourth, For Regulating Turnpike Roads," which Tolls produced last year the different sums annex- ed to each, viz. :— £ s. d. Penmachno Gate 125 0 0 Yspytty Gate 15 5 0 Over and above the expense of collecting the same, and will be let for one year from the 13th of May next. Each person at his first bidding will be required to deliver in writing, the names of Sureties, and if the same are not'satisfactory, his bidding will not be taken, and whoever happens to be the highest bidder will be required to give Security with sufficient Sureties for the due pay- ment of the Rent by Monthly Instalments, and also for the performance of such conditions as shall be declared at the time of the Auction. J. S. HUGHES, Clerk to the Trustees. Llanrwst, 14th March, 1865. ELECTION OF LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH, Under the Public Health Act, 1848, and Local Govern- ment Act, 1858. DISTRICT OF BANGOR.  William Young Hardie, being the person I J appointed by the Local Board of Health for the District of Bangor, in the County of Carnarvon, to cou- duct and complete the Election of Five Members of the said Board, DO HEREBY GIVE NOTICE, I.-That the number of Persons to be elected Members of the said Local Board of Health, for the whole of the said District is Five, in the room of Three Mem- bers going out of office in rotation, and two Members resigning officejbut who are not eligible for re-elec- tion. 2-That any person (not disqualified by law) who shall be resident within tho District, or within Spvnn Miles thereof, and be seised or possessed of real or personal estate, or both, to the value of not Jess tban.CSOO, or who shall be so resident, and shall be rated to the relief of the poor of some Parish, Township, or Place, of which some part is within the said District, upon an annual value of not less than 225, is qualified to be nominated for the office of Member of the said Local Board of Health, at the said Election, by any person then qualified to vote. 3 Nominations of Members must be sent on or before the 15tli (lay of March instant, to me, at my Office, in Ban"or. Nominations sent after that day, or sent to any other person, will be.invalid. 4 That I shall, if more than Five Members be nominat- ed cause Voting Papers to be delivered on the 21st day of March instant, at the address, in the said Dis- trict, of ?uli Ratepayer, Owner, and Proxy, qualified to vote and that on the 25th day of March instant, I shall cause such Voting Papers to be collected. 5.-That on the 28tli day of March instant, I shall at- tend at my Office, in Bangor aforesaid, at the hour of Ten o'clock in the Forenoon, and that I shall, on that day. and if necessary, the following days, proceed to ascertain the number of Votes given for each Candi- date. Given under my hand this Fourth day of March, 1863. WILLIAM YOUNG HARDIE. The following form of Nomination Paper may be adopted Election of Local Board of Health under the Public Health Act, 1848, and Local Government Act. 1858. DISTRICT OF BANGOR, the day of March, 1865. Names of Persons Residence of the Calling or quality of Nominated to be Persons Persons Members. Nominated. Nominated. I, being a person duly qualified to vote in the Election of the Local Board of Health for the District of Bangor, nominate the above to lie Member (or Members) of the said Board. .Signature of Nominator.  ^$ubUc Jfcticw, LAIYGWROO CHURCH- THE fWlNring donationshave been received JL by the Rector towards liquidating the debt on Llan- fwrog Chweh, for which he returns his best thanks. £ a. d. Pleasure and Power 0 The Rev. the Principal of Jesui College, Oxford 3 0 0 Rev. H. W. Majendie 1 0 0 Rev. H. ft,Qwen 0 2 8 Iy BEAUMARIS AND MENAI BRIDGE TURNPIKE TRUST. WHClHs hereby Given, that the last Meeting of the Trustees of this Road standi ad- journed to to held at the Bull's Head Inn, Llangefni, on TUESDAY, tlje 28th day of MARCH instant, at 12 o'clock at noon, or at near thereto as the Annuat Meeting of the JlbgiøtmtAli of the County will allow. RICHARD WILLIAMS, Clerk to the Trustees. Beaumaytyltte KpOh, 1866. BANGC??AND BFAUMAMS UNION.   &e. ERS FOE PROVISIONS, &c. ALL persons desirous of Contracting with AL the Guardians for the supply of the Bangor and Beaumaris Union House for Three Months, from the 29th day of March inst., with the following Articles, viz. •— Est. Qt. Bread .6532 Ibs. Flour 347 J, Oatmeal £ 83 „ Beef and Mutton. 1,546 „ Suet 47 „ Cheese 194 Butter 163 „ Rice 200 „ Tea OO' 31 „ Coffee 7 Sugar 210- „ Treacle. 73 „ Sweetmilk 372 qts. I m. Qt. Butterinilk 2289 qts. Vinegar 0.. Soda 89 1W. Mustard 1, I Soap 156 „ Soft Soap 84 „ Starch 4 „ Coals 409 ewt. Candles 12 lbs. Pepper 1 „ Salt 224 Pamfin Oil. 2 qta. Blue 3 lbs. And other articles consumed in the House; Calico, Mole- skin, Linsey, Strong Linen, Striped Cotton, Flannel, Bed Tick, Stockings, Shoes, Clogs, Worsted Yarn, Scouring Flannel, Coffins, &c., are requested to send in their Tenders, under seal, addressed to me at the Union House, Bangor, on or before Tuesday, the 28th inst., io order to be laid before the Guardians at the Meeting to be beldi at the Board Room, on Wednesday, the 29th inst. Samples will be required of all those Articles of which they may be gi ven, and also securities for the due per- formance of the Contract. Forms of Tenders may be had on application at the Union House, Bangor. JOHN THOMAS, Clerk to the Guardians. Board Room, Union House, Bangor, 15th March, 1865. jffctseellaneous. FRISBY, DYKE & Co. FURNISHING. BEDDING, AND CARPET WAREHOUSEMEN, Nos. 58, 60, 62, 64, AND 66, LORD STREET, LIVERPOOL. "HOUSE FURNISHING GUIDE" now ready, and can be had on application, post free, containing drawings of the new patterns in Iron and Brass Bedsteads, modern deeigns in Upholstery, with lists of prices. ESTWATES^GLVEN FORFURIRCSHTNG HOTELS AND HOUSES OF ANY SIZE. Ships, Cabins and Berthi fitted up on the shortest notice. Carriage paid on purchases of £ 2 and above, to any part of the Kingdom. TERM S—0 ASH. ESTABLISHED 1852. THE PROVINCIAL INSURANCE COMPANY, FIBE-LIFE-ANNUITIES. Chief Office HIGH-STREET, WREXHAM 49, MOORGATE-ST., LONDON; 77, BUCHANAN-ST., GLAS- GOW. Trustees. The Right Hon. Lord Boston. The Right Hon. Lord Tredegar. Sir Watkin Williams Wynn, Bart., M.P. Colonel Middelton Biddulph, M.P. Townshend Mainwaring. Esq., M.P. Thomas Barnes, Esq., M.P, The Very Reverend the Dean of St. Asaph. Thomas Brassley, Esq., Westminster. Hugh Owen, Esq., Barnsbury, London: Chairman of the Board. THOMAS BARNES, ESQ., M.P., FAitNwoltTEi, AND THE QUINTA, SALOP. Copies of the Report of the Directors of this prosperous Company may be had on application. Applications for Agencies are invited. ANTHONY DILLON, Secretary to the Company. 1865. AT HAFOOUNOS, YOUNG AUGUR, At B2 2s a Mare, including groom's fee. Tenant-farmers, half-price. YOUNG AUGUR is by Augur, out of Miss EUah. Atigar is by Birdcatcher, out of Nickname by Ishmael, her dam Misnomer by Merlin. Fair Louisa. ,F, an.- Miss Ellali is by Red Deer, out of Fair Louisa. Fair Louisa by Voltaire her dam Minna by Camillus. Red Deer by Venison, out of the Soldier's Daughter, by the ColoneL YOUNG AUGUR is seven years old bright-bay with black legs 15 hands 1 inch high, compact short-legged, with good action and perfectly sound. He combines the good forehand of Birdcatcher, with the wiry frame of Venison. See Royal Agriculture journal, Vol. xlvi, page 518. fJrL mORLEY'S COMPOUND OF SUGAR and SPICE can only be had in four-ounce packets, One Penny each. For your HORSE, at each time of feeding, mix a penny packet of this delicious Condiment with the usual chaff and corn, damped with water; and at three weeks hence your neighbours will get it up you have been buying a splendid new animal. mHORLEY'S SPICY AROMATIC CON- < DIMENT, -F.)r a COW, at each time of feeding, mix p nonuy packet of this Spicy Aromatic Condiment with h. Ilsual chaff and meal, damped with water; and in a few days you will be agreeably surprised at the large increase in rich milk and butter. In penny packetsi oniy. For a BULLOCK, mix same as for the Cow, and you will produce Beef in half the usual time, and twopence per pound superior in quality. rPHORLEY'S Delicious COMPOUND of I SUGAR and SPICE. For a PIG, at each time of feeding, mix a packet of this Spice in the usual slop or colrse food, and it will lay on flesh rapidly and rest and be thankful." 224 Penny Packets in a Case for 17s. IIORLEY^S CONDIMENT.-For SHEEP i_ one penny packet to every four, at each time of feeding. Damp the chaff with water, so that this Com- pound adheres to it, then mix up together, and in a few weeks you will be astonished.-112 Penny Packets in a Case for 8s, 6d. mI HORLEY'S SUGAR AND SPICE COM- POUND -For CALVES, one packet, mixed in mL made into a gruel, will be found sufficient for four; and they will thrive amazingly. ? and RABB rTs. a For DOGS, PHEASANTS, POULTRY, and RABBITS, a te?poonful.at each time of feeding, mixed with kitchen stuff or the usual food. ?-IIHOP,LE, Y'S COMPOUND of SUGAR I and SPICE is sold in penny packets by all respect- able Corn Dealers, Grocers and Druggists. Joseph Thorley. the Inventor, Spice Mills and Offices, Thornhill Bridge, King's Cross; City Depot, 145, Fleet- street, ° I In case any difficulty arisen obtaining theGenvAne Article, send a Post Office Order for 34s., and a case containing 448 penny packets will et«ent, carnage paid, to any railway station to the Vnrtsd Kingdom* GRIFFITH DA VIES, GENERAL FURNISHING ESTABLISHMENT, B. A N G iO R CARPETS, WINDOW HANGINGS. TABLE LINEN, I BLANKETS, SHEETINGS, &c. PAPER HANGINGS AND DECORATIONS. BOOT AND SHOE ESTABLISHMENT, 304, HIGH STREET, BANGOR, u lie in general, &at ISAAC ROBERTS begs to inform his Custom^, Visitors, and the public in general, that The has constanti on a.rl-erjt of Ladies', Gentlemen's, and Children's, Boot and Shoeboth French and English, in every variety suited to the requirement* the Season, and of the LATEST FASHIONS. Gentlemen leaving their Orders can rely on obtaining a really First-class article, at a Moderate Price. JOHN WILLIAMS, The Old Established FURNITURE AND UPHOLSTERY ESTABLISHMENT, LONDON PLACE, BANGOR, BEGS to draw the attention of his friends and patrons in North Wales to the large JL3 assortment of DINING and DRAWING ROOM JfURNITURE, BEDDING AND BEDSTEADS, and especially IRON BEDS of all kinds, which he keeps in stock. He also wishes to state that parties need not go astray in search of what they can procure equally as cheap and M good at Bangor. He particularly invites an astray in search of what of FEATHERS, CURLED HAIR (of the best quality), WOOLLEN and COTTON inspection of a large stotk of FLOCKS, which for purity are unmatched. If found not to be of the quality which J. W., represents them to be, they may be returned. CARNARVON NEW CHURCH. A FANCY FAIR, combining a Bazaar, a Fruit and Flower Show, and various useful and Instructive Exhibitions will be held in the AUTUMN of this year in the Ancient Castle of Carnarvon, under distinguished patronage, in aid of the Funds for clearing off the debt remaining upon Christ Church. Contributions to the Bazaar and Exhibitions will be thankfully received by the Vicar and Churchwardens THE ANNIVERSARY OF THE CONSECRATION OF CHRIST CHURCH, CARNARVON, FRIDAY, MARCH 31sT, 1865. A GRAND FESTIVAL will be held at the above Church, on the 31st inst. Service will  commence at 11 a.m. A Sermon will be preached by the Rev. JAMES C. ROBERTS, Incumbent of St. Mark's, Wrexham. PRINCIPAL VOCALISTS TENOR-Mr. W. TOPHAM, Tenor of the St. Patrick, Christ Church, [and Chapel Royal Choir EOS BRADWEN, LLEW LLWYFO. BASS—Mr. CUZNER, principal bass of Chester Cathedral; Mr. ROBERTS, principaibass of Bangor Cathedral.. And the Christ Church Choir, assisted by Members of other Choirs, wholhave kindly given their services. ORGANMT-MR. HAYDEN. I A Collection will be made after the Sermon in aid of the funds of the Church. Admission to the Church b Tickets, (free), which can be obtained on application to the Vicar, (Vicarage, Carnarvon), and Churchwardens, Mr Griffith Owen, High Street, Carnarvon, and Thos. Turner. Esquire, Plas Brereton, Carnarvon. Griffith O.wA e?D ONCERT will be held at the large room at the Sportsman Hotel, on the evening of the 31st inst. The same Vocalists as above will take part in the Concert. Pianist, Mr. Hayden. Tickets can be obtained from the Vicar and Churchwardens, at the Principal Hotels, and Stationers and Booksellers, at Carnarvon. The proceeds of the Concert are to be devoted to the payment of the debt on Christ Church, Carnarvon. Tickets, First Seats, (M-, Family Tickets, (for 5), ;Cl ls. Second Se&ts, 3s.; Third Seats, 2s. Doors open at 7 p.m. Concert to commence at 8 p.m. An early application for tickets for the Festival, and also for the Concert, is respectfuUy requested, For further particulars see Programme. I settling- OFF. E V A N E V A N S, ZLOHXTOO^NT place, baitgok, WHO IS RETIRING FROM BUSINESS. IS NOW OFFERING HIS CHOICE AND EXTENSIVE STOCK OF WINES AND SPIRITS, AT A CONSIDERABLE REDUCTION IN PRICE. THE FOLLOWING COMPRISES A PART. 450 DOZEN FINE OLD CRUSTED PORT, Ranging from three to eleven years old in the botttle. 200 DOZEN FINK. OLD SHERRIES; And several Lots of CHAMPAGNES, EAST INDIA MADEIRA, CLARETS, MARSALA, CHABLIS, BUCELLAS, NOYEAU, &c THE STOCK OF SPIRITS Also, will be found to be very old and finest quality, and at lowest prices possible. WILLIAMS BULKELEY ARMS HOTEL, BBA.XTMA.IIIS- J O. WILLIAMS having succeeded Mr. Charles Chesterton to this first class Hotel, is J. having it thoroughly redecorated. It will be found one of the pleasantest and most comfortable Hotels in Wales. It is beautifully situated on the banks of the Menai, while the whole neighbourhood is exceedingly attractive for Visitors. The Baron Hill grounds are open four days in the week, it is within easy distance of the Menai and Britannia Bridges, and all the most popular scenery in this delightful and romantic country. Choice Wines and Spirits, extensive Stabling and Coach-houses, Hot, Cold, and Sea Water Baths, Boats on the Straits, and Posting in all its branches. GENTS' SUIT. 50s GREAT REDUCTION IN BOYS' CLOTHING, WARRANTED ALL WOOL, AND MADE ON THE PREMISES BY HAND LABOUR. KNICKERBOCKER SUITS t feltons °? Knickerbocker Snit, Mel. tons, Cheviots, 22s. 6d. Scotch Tweeds and Angolas From 21 2s. 6d. BOYS' SUITS JACKET, VEST, and T ROW:, E R S From £ 1 5s. 6d. THE CELEBRATED ORIGINAL 50s SUITS Are made from the best Welsh and Scotch Tweeds. fr &C., &C., &C., AT M>TffSDlT,a.«. JOHN ARONSON, 1 SZ S3, BANK PLAOB, BAKTQ-OH. TO PROPRIETORS OF QUARRIES. JOHN OWEN, Iron and Brass Founder, tJ MENAI FOUNDRY, BANGOR, begs to announce to Quarry Proprietors that he continues to manufacture Quarry waggons, &c., and that he is now in a position to supply every description of Quarry Machinery, Incline Drums, Rollers and Waggor. Wheels (case hardened) and castings of every description. Also Sawing and Planing Machines for slate and marble slabs upon an improved principle Water Wheels, Steam Engines, &0.. on the most modern principla and is also appointed manufacturer of Mr. E. J, <$, Dixon's patent axles and waggons, by the use of which there is a saving of 75 per oent. in oil. N.Bi-Moot promt attontio paid to aU OÑtri. M°W ready to be advanced on secnirity ■fM- ?' or Buildings at moderate rates of Inte. APPly to Messrs. Ford & Duncan, Solicitors, Chester. MONEY TO LEND. TO FARMERS, TRADESMEN, AND OTHERS. LOANS from ?50 to 91.000 at 5 per cent .Lj interest upon persona security, can quickly be ob- tained by respectable parties, and repayment maybe made within five years.—Apply to Messrs, T. Walkfey & Co., Estate Agents, 13, Great James-street, Bedford-row, London, W.0, N.IL -Money con also be had ou Mortgage from £ SOO to t; 20,000, and all VaDaattiOÐl are strictly oonfide&twL