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persons SSUantelf. TO GROCERS. WA" T ED, two experienced Assistants for the Grocery trade. Good references required.— Apply to Mr. Jones, 311, High-street, Bangor. grants. WANTED, a Situation as COACHMAN or GROOM, in a Gentleman's family. Single.— Address, M. C., Llaniestyn, Post office, Pwllheli. MEDICAL. WANTED immediately, by a Gentleman, wy aged 22, and a second vear Student, a situation to Visit, I),. r?se, and attend Midwifery. Advertiser speaks the Welsh language, can both ride and drive. Unexceptionable references and testimonials.- Address, liEDICUS, Post Office, Tremadoc, North Wales. To be TUt. FURNISHED apartments or part of a Bouse Fto let on moderate Terms, pleasantly situated, be- ?eentheMec?iaodBritann.M Brid?ef.—Apply to H., North Wales CAfo"'? Office, Bangor, BANGOR. To BE LET.-No. 4, Brymlinas Villas, Cae- t llepa. The house coataiis Parlour and Sitting Room with bay windows, K'tchen, Scullery, and 3 Bed- rooms; aud commands an extensive view of Beaumaris Bas, Town and Menai Straits.—Apply toOnpt. H. Rogers, Caellepa, or Mr. R. Evans, Steam Mills, Holyhead. GRASS AT BODIOR, FOR 6 or 7 Horses, over fifty acres of land, j' we)) watered, from the 12th of May to the 1st of November. Horses, i3 10s. mare and foal, X4 two year otd, B3 one year old, E2 10s. horse, ten weeks, S3. 6d. per week.—Enquire of Mr. Richard Uoyd. Tylou, Holyhead. TO be LET Furnished, with immediate pos- Tiiession, a Gntleman's RESIDENCE, in the suburbs of Beaumaris, commanding a splendid view of the Menai Straits, and Carnarvonshire Mountains, containing 3 Re- ception Rooms, 9 Bedrooms, Kitchen, and every conveni- ence suitable for a Gentleman's establishment. Also Stabling for 4 horses, Coach-house, Paddock, and a well- stocked Garden.—Apply to Mr. Andrew Laurie, Baron Hill, Beaumaris, N.W. TANLAN, near LLANRWST. TO be LET, with possession 1st of May next, Ttlie above genteel RESIDENCE. Contains a Draw- ing-room, Dining-room, Kitchen, Back Kitchen, and Pan- try, 5 good airy Bedrooms, and Water Closet, (the house is supplied with water by pipes), good Stables, Coach- house and other offices; also an excellent walled Garden, with 36 acres of good Pasture land (if required). The house is beautifully situated, opposite Trefriw and the Carnarvonshire Hills, on a very healthy spot, for which North Wales is so noted, and is close to the river Conway, which is so celebrated for its trout and salmon fishing distant one and a half miles from the market town of Llanrwst,and one and a quarter of the Llanrwst Railway Station, on the turnpike-road leading from Llanrwst to Llaududno Junction.—Apply to Mr. Wm. Jones, Timber Merchant, Taulan, near Llanrwst. LLANFAIRFECHAN, AT THE FOOT OF PENMAENMAWR MOUNTAIN. mo be Let or Sold at this fashionable Water- I 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 tirst floor, spacious Sitting Room, and 4 excellent 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, &c., Penmaenmawr, near Conway. March 18th, 1865. altS, frt. PIANO FOR SALE. A Semi grand PIANO, by an old London ??_ Maker, on Sale for immediate cash. It is very sweet toned, in tfood condition, and may be had a bargain. Price 215. Address, Q.R.S., North Wales Chronicle Office, Bangor. PIANO-  RICH TONED M compass COTTAGE A PIANO, very handsome Walnut Case. Price 230, —Apply, Brynhyfryd, Meuai Bridge. NORTH WALES.-Beaumaris.-To be Sold, Nwith immediate possession, an 80 years' lease ( five only expired), of No. 0, BULKELEY-TEHRACE, facing the sea,and built and fitted up by the advertiser for his own re- sidence. It contains three sitting and five bed rooms, four attics, two kitchens, pantry, &c., and three water closets. Water is laid on upstairs; gas, soft water, &c., &c.—Ap- ply to J. H. as above. ANGLESEY. O.N SALE BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, THAT very desirable Farm MEMOGEN. T ?-??pi,4iiig about 110A. of land, adjoining the high road from Valley to Amlwch, 6 miles from Valley Station, and 4 from the nearest Station on the Anglesey Central Railway, commanding a most magnificent view of the sea around Holyhead for several miles. Southern aspect. —Apply to Mr. Evans, Draper, Bodedeyrn, Anglesey. BUILDING LOTS, TO BE SOLD IN LOTS, Or LET ON LEASE for Building purposes, on very ad- vantageous terms, PWLLHEBLE PARK, SITUATE One Mile from the Bangor Rail- way Station of the Chester and Holyhead Railway, and in close proximity with the lower entrance to Perfedd- good. The situation is sheltered from all winds, and the soil is rich and well watered. Application to be made to Mr. Hall, Old Bank, Bangor, where a Plan of the Land may be inspected. Bangor, 27th April, 1865. TO BUILDERS, CONTRACTORS & OTHERS. THE Bethesda Local Board of Health are prepared to receive Tenders from competent persons for the construction of about 1,900 lineal yards of Main Drains on the building landjkuown as Gerlan, L within the district of the said Board. Plans, sections, and specifications can be viewed, and any fur- ther information obtained from the undersigned, to whom Tenders, specifying a price per lineal yard for each size of Drain, must be sent on or before the 5th day of May next. The Board do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any Tender. Sureties must be provided for the due performance of the work. WM. YOUNG HARDIE, Ban Clerk and Engineer to the Board. Bangor, April 4th, 1865. TO BUILDERS. TENDERS are required for the erection of -L a School and Master's House, at Bodedcrn, Angle- The Plans may be examined both at our Offices, Mdat the Crown Hotel, Bode<iern, from the 8th to the Mth of May, inclusive. f Tenders to be sent to our offices, on or before the 17th Ila The Committee do not Mud themselves to ac- OePt the lowest or any tender. LLOYD WI T.T A M & UNDERWOOD. flWfcini k »mbigh. Vubtfe jgoticts. LLANGEFNI. THE next New FAIR will be held here on j). the 8th of May, 1865. BANGOR BILLIARD ROOM. PROFESSOR WHITWORTH, HAVING rented from Mr. Douglas, the HIiilli",l Table in the spacious room over the North Wales Chronicle Printing Office, begs to announce that it will be CLOSED FOR A FORTNIGHT from MONDAY NEXT, April 24th, during which interval the room will be cleaned, decorated, and fitted with the usual appliances of a first class Billiard Room and the Table will be re- covered and entirely refitted. April, 20th, 1865. NOTICE TO MARINERS. PIER LIGHT AT BEAUMARIS- IN consequence of the Pier having sustained damage, the bright )i¡¡.lIt jpiucod theneou. has OeAw shifted thirteen "toward* the shore; and that on and after the 12th day of May next in lieu of the above, a RED LIGHT will be exhibited. By Order of the Town Council, HUGH JONES, Harbour Master. Beaumaris, 28th April, 1865. LLANFIHANGEL GLYN MYF Y R INCLOSURE. T RICHARD WAKEFOIW ATTREE, of 8, J_) C.nmouRow.in the City of Westminster, in the County of Middlesex, the Valuer acting in the matter of the Inclosure of the Hills, Commons, or Sheep Walks, situate in the Parish of Llaofihangel Glyn Myfyr, in the Counties of Denbigh and Merioneth, hereby give Notice, that a Schedule of all Claims and Objections which have been made in the matter of the said Inclosure, and of my determinations thereon, has been deposited at the Crown Inn, in the said Palish for the inspection of all Persons interested therein. Given under my hand this twenty-sixth day of April, in the year of our Lord 1865. R. W. ATTREE. SAINT ASAPH AND CONWAY TURNPIKE ROAD. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the J_? Trustees of the turnpike roads, under an Act pass- ed in the 26th and 27th years of the reign of her present Majesty, intituled "the St. Asaph and Conway Turnpike Road Act," at a meeting duly convened at the County Court Hall, in St. Asaph, on Tuesday, the 7th day of February instant, resolved as follows That on or before the 1st day of May next the present Tollhouse and Tollgate standing near St. George shall be pulled down and disposed of, in accordance with the Acts passed in that behalf. That, on the said 1st day of May next, a Tollhouse and Tollgates (in lieu of the said Toll- house and Tollgate near St. George as aforesaid) shall be erected and opened upon the new road leading from St. Asaph to Abergele, by way of Tyfry and Bodelwyddan, at the junction of the Rhuddlan and Abergele highway, with the said turnpike road near Penyffordd. That, on the said 1st day of May next, the old road leading from St. Asaph (by way of St. George) to Abergele shall be abandoned, according to the provisions of the St. Asaph and Conway Turnpike Act, 1863, and the new road lead- ing from St. Asaph (byway of Tyfry and Bodelwyddan) to Abergele, will be opened to the public in pursuance of the provisions of the last mentioued Act. LLEWELYN F. LLOYD, I I TinrU latt„eM H. S. THOMAS, us ees. St. Asaph, 7th February, 1865. glti&rcssts. SUMMER FASHIONS. MRS., W. HUGHES respectfully announces that on her return from London, her SHOW ROOMS will be ready for inspection, on and after the 8th of May, soliciting a favour of a call. 306, High-street, Bangor. SUMMER FASHIONS. THE Misses ALCOCK and STEWARDSON Tbeg to announce that on TUESDAY, May 9th, they will be prepared to show a large assortment of the newest designs in Millinery, &c., when they solicit an inspection of the same. 254, HIGH STREET, BANGOR. MRS. ALFRED PARKES, MOST respectfully announces to the Ladies JLtJL of Chester and neighbourhood, that she has returned from Paris, where she has selected a very Choice and large assortment of Millinery of all kinds, Flowers, &c.. &c., which is now ready for inspection. Mr. A. P. begs to call attention to his stock of British and Foreign, Broche and Embroidered Silk, Fancy, Alpacas, Grenadines, Organdie, and Swiss Muslin, &c., &c., also to his large assortment of handsome Lace Shawls. Bridge-street Row, Chester. cbolastíc. COLLEGIATE SCHOOL, RUTHIN, HEAD MASTER, REV. T. KIRK, M.A. ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE. Next Quarter commences April llth, 1865 ST. MICHAEL'S SCHOOL. RUTHIN. (A Classical and Commercial Boarding School for Boys.) Provost and Treasurer-Rev. E. H. DAVIES, M.A., Jesus College, Oxford. Head Master-Rev. H. J. WILSON, B A., Corpus Christi College, Cambridge. THE Course of Instruction includes the JL usual English subjects, with (if required) French, Latin, Drawing, Music, and Book Keeping, by Single and Double Entry. Also Greek and the higher Classics for those intended for Holy Orders. Terms (inclusive of all expenses, except Washing and Books) For Boys under sixteen £5 5 0 per Quarter For ditto above ditto 6 6 0 ditto For further particulars apply to the Rev. the HEAD MASTER. rrHE HAMILTON-SQUARE SCHOOL, BIR- KEN HEAD. Principal: Rev. J. S BOUCHER, M.A., Cambridge. Able Masters for French, Drawing, Music, &c. Special preparation for Office Work and Business generally. Also for Military", Naval, Engineering and other Professions. The Oxford and Cambridge Middle Class Examinations. INCLUSIVE TERMS, 11 and 13 guineas per quarter. N.B.—Sea air. Salt water Bathing. Good oppor- tunities for introduction to business in Livery )oL High References. Full particulars on application. Jtttscellancour. BLASTING AS NOW ADAPTED BY LENK'S PROCESS. GUN COTTON IS THE CHEAPEST AND SAFEST EXPLOSIVE AND IS FREE FROM SMOKE. Prices and directions for use on application to MR. WILLIAM CASSON, Plas yn Penrhyn, Carnarvon.. IMPORTANT TO PARTIES FURNISHING. SAVING OF 20 PER CENT FOR CASH. J. M. PINCH, CABINET MAKER AND UPHOLSTERER, 120-BOLD STREET 120, LIVERPOOL. ELEGANTLY AND COMPLETELY FURNISHES A DRAWING-ROOM IN CHOICE WALTNUTWOOD FOR 28 GUINEAS, COMPRISING SIX HANDSOMELY-SHAPED Spring Stuffed Chairs, one ditto ditto Settee, two Easy Chairs, elegantly upholstered in any coloured damask, Cheffonnier, with marble top, three Vlate-glass doors and back, an Oval Centre Table, on massive carved pillar and claws, and large rich gilt Chimney Glass. Designs of the above free on application. Every article warranted, and carriage free. N.R-Theme Goods are remarkable for elegance of de. sign, quality of materiah, and durability of workmanship. Miscellaneous. 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 designs in Upholstery, with lists of prices. ESTIMATES GIVEN FOR FURNISHING HOTELS AND HOUSIIS OF ANT SIZE. Ships, Cabins and Bertha fitted up on the shortest notice. Carriage paid on purchases of jE2 and above, to any part of the Kingdom. T B R M S—0 ASH. ??? F. THOMAS & CO'S. PATENT SEWING W MACHINES.—PRIZE MEDAL.-66, Newgate Street, and Regent Circus, Oxford-street, London, and of Mr. Robert Owen, 15, James-street, Bangor. I GIVEN AWAY, the-new }fIDICAL"WORK!. entitled DEBILITY, ITS VAVgg JUfO OCBE/' or a Warning'Voij!e to Young Men on the Cureof Ner, vous Debility, "libsi of Memory, Dimness of Sight; Lassitude, Indigestion. Dislike to Society, Local Weak- ness, Muscular Relaxation, Languor, Listlessness, Depres- sion, &c, which if neglected, result in Consumption, Insanity, and premature death. This work is illustrated with hundreds of cases and testimonials from patients, showing clearly the treatment by which they were cured with plain directions for perfect restoration to health and vigour. Sent post-free -to any address, on receipt of a directed envelope, enclosing two postage stamps. Ad- dress, Messrs. SMITH, 8, Burton-cresent, Tavistock-square, London, W.C. CONSULTATION BY LETTER WITHOUT FEE. -Messrs. SMI I H will, for the benefit of Persons suffer- ing from NERVOUS DEBILITY, &c., on receiving a description of their oases (enclosing a stamped directed envelope for reply), send a written opinion with advice and directions for the most successful treatment and cure. Address, Messrs. SMITH, 8, Burton-Crescent, London, I W.C. UNDER THE PATRONAGE OF THE QUEEN AND THE PRINCIPAL NOBILITY. The only Real Cure without Inward Medicine is ROPEll'S ROYAL BATIl. PLASTERS, JL\) for Coughs, Asthma, Hoarseness, Indigestion, Pal- pitation of the Heart, Croup, Hooping Cough, Influenza, Chronic Strains, Bruises, Lumbago, or Pains in the Back, Spinal and Rheumatic Affections, diseases of the Chest, and Local Pains. FROM THOUSANDS OF WONDERFUL CURES. Sptnal Complaint of3O Years' Standing and Rheumatism of the Hip. Natferton, Dec. 18, 1862. Messrs. Roper and Son,—Gentlemen, I was afflicted with a pain in the spine of my back for 30 years, and hearing of your Roper's Plaster about two years since, I procured one, and after applying it found relief the first night, and have been free from pain ever since. I was also troubled with Rheumatism in the hip, and applied one with the same results. As I have received so much benefit from the use of your Roper's Plasters, I have sent you this for the benefit of others suffering in the same way. Yours, &c., THOS. BROWN. From F. Cupiss, Esq.. M.R.V.C., Author of the Prize Essay on the Diseases of the Liver of the Horse. Diss, Norfolk, March 22nd, 1851. Gentlemen,—For the last three winters Mrs. Cupiss has felt a great delicacy of the Chest, accompanied with occasional pain. cough and hoarseness. Having had your valuable Roper's Royal Bath Plaster recommended to her, she made a trial of one, and it was attended with the most beneficial effect, in consequence of which she has made frequent use of them, and invariably with the same good results.—I remain, FRANCIS CUPISS. Unprincipled shopkeepers, for the sake of gain, have vended spurious imitations. Purchasers are, therefore, cautioned to NOTICE the words, ROPER'S ROYAL BATH PLASTER," engraved on the government stamp, and the Proprietor's Autograph on the back. Prepared only by Robert Roper d: Son, Chemists, Sheffield, On Medico-chemical principles, from British Herbs and the Gums and Balsams of the Eastern clime, where The trees drop balsam, and on all the boughs, Health sits and makes it sovereign as it flows." Full-sized Plasters, Is. Iid. and for children. 9Jd. each, or direct by Post on receipt of Is. 4d. or Is. each in Postage Stamps. Sold by most Patent Medicine Vendors in the United Kingdom. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS !-Be particular and ask for ROPER'S PLASTERS. CToacfjES. BANGOR AND BETHESDA, FOR THE PENRHYN SLATE QUARRIES, LAKE OGWEN AND CAPEL CURIG. THE Public are respectfully informed that JL a ifrst-class NEW OMNIBUS now runs daily (Sundays excepted), from the Douglas Arms Hotel, Beth- esda, and the Railway Hotel, Bangor, meeting the various trains at the Railway Station, Bangor, as under. LEAVE BETHESDA. LEAVE BANGOR. 7 50 a.m. 9 15 a.m. 11 0 a.m. 1 15 p.m. 2 50 p.m. 4 15 p.m. 5 50 p.m. 8 15 p.m. FARES.—OAE SHILLING EACH WAY. Post horses for hire at the Railway Hotel, Bangor, and the Douglas Arms, Bethesda. HUGHES AND LITTLER, Proprietors. COACH FROM BANGOR TO BEAUMARIS- THE Public are informed that in May next Tan OMNIBUS will leave the Railway Station, BANGOR, for BEAUMARIS, each day (Sunday except. ed), on the arrival of the morning train from Chester, and return in time for the up trains in the evening. Further particulars will appear in future advertise- ments. EVAN WILLIAMS. Bangor, April 14, 1865. Edeyrn, Nevin. Pwllheli and Carnarvon. THE well-appointed Four-horse Omnibus PRINCE ALBERT, will leave the Cefnamwlch Arms Inn, Edeyrn, every day (Sundays excepted), at 7 a.m., Madryn Arms, Pwllheli, at 9 a.m. and arriving at Carnarvon by 12 noon, in time for the trains for Bangor to Chester, &S.. The Prince Albert will leave the Britannia Inn, Car- narvonat 2 15 p.m.; arriving at the Madryn Arms Ho- tel, Pwllheli, at 5 30 p.m. and arriving at Edeyrn at 7 30 p.m. The Proprietor of the above conveyance does not bind himself to carry either Policemen or Prisoners. HUGH THOMAS, Proprietor. Madryn Arms, Nov. 13, 18M. THE LONDON AND NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY. TOUR THROUGH NORTH WALES. CARNARVON AND BARMOUTH. Carnarvon to Beddgelert, Tremadoc, Portmadoc, Tany bwlch, Harlech, and Barmouth. THE ROYAL SNOWDONIAN TOURIST COACH WILL EXTEND its Route, via Beddgelert, Tremadoc, Portmadoc, and Tanybwlch, 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 Barmouth at 9 30 a. m,, every day (Sundays excepted), same route, arriving at the Royal Hotel (late Uxbridge Arms), Carnarvon, in time for trains to Chester, Liverpool. Birmingham, London, &c. EDWARD HUMPHREYS, JONES & Co., Proprietors. Royal Hotel, Carnarvon, November 8W4 1864. «  'n'? ?   ,?..?atts?g?uftMn. ?PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. 4"rtant Sale of ExtenS£ve and Valuable ES- "JTATES in 2)eM&???t'y<! and Carnarvonshire. ? TO BE SOLD. BY AUCTION, BY MR W. DEW. !t)jtt"ttxt spring, (unless prerioasty disposed of by fate OÓIIt), in such Lots M may be determined LLtbat ver?mas?niacent ESTATE called Jf\ "PWLLYCBOCHON," with the Mansion House. WeMhcd*, Garden?cd Offices, comprising upwards of .hom of rich arable and pasture land in the parish of adrillo, in the County of Denbigh, beautifully wooded, B?no?and within :teinute. walk cf the sea beach, and o|Q*#to the Wwya T-tiou on the Chester and Holyhead <"??y- fine Estate called" The BODLONDEB ?MM all tW' Sne Est?e called The BODLONDEB gpT?TE." ntu?te In the parishes of Conway, Gynin, and ngelynin. in the County of Carnarvon, consisting of a at portion of the Town of Conway and desirable farms t? té Vale of Llanrwst, comprising upwards of 2000 aof well cultivated land. .HtM and Krticulars :ii in course of preparation, and imPA(Lis dui tiiii In the meantime any infor- aMtfatfOMhy )M obtained from MeMt?a. ??.??m',   S 'lf"WÐI;'Dri.. oStotier, 1 64. CONWAY. SALE OF TWO MOST DESIRABLE RESIDENCES. TO B:K, SOLD BY AUCTION BY MR. W. DEW, Early in May next, HlHOSE 2 charmingly situated Residences, L called PLAS VARDRA, and PORTH UCHAF TOWER, recently erected, regardless of expense, by Major the Hon. H. E. Fitzmaurice. The Modem FURNITURE at Plas Vardra will also be sold by private or public sale. Full description will appear in future advertisments and particulars. Further information may be obtained of the Auctioneer, British Hotel, Bangor. 23rd March, 1865. SALE OF MOST ELIGIBLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY, In the Borough of Carnarvon. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION BY MR. W. DEW, About the end. of May next, ALLthat Freehold FARM called PENYGELLI most pleasantly situated within the Borough of Carnarvon, and within a mile and a half of the town, and containing about 90 acres of rich pasture and arahle land. This eligible property is well adapted for Villa Residen- ces and the whole will be sold in Lots. Further particulars may be obtained from the Auction- eer. British Hotel, Bangor. March 23rd, 1865. BANGOR. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. Important to Hotel Keepers, Wine Merchants, and others. EXTENSIVE SALE OF UPWARDS OF 800 DOZEN FIRST CLASS PORT AND SHERRY WINES, AND A LARGE QUANTITY OF BONDED SPIRITS. MR. W. DEW, HAS been favoured with instructions from HE. Evans, Esq., Wine Merchant, Bangor, (who is retiring from business,) to SELL BY AUCTION the WHOLE of his STOCK-IN-TRADE, early in May next. Cttalogues will be issued in due time, and may be had at the principal Hotels of North Wales, upon the Premises, and from the AuctioneerBritish Hotel, Bangor. April bth, 1865. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. SALE OF GENTEEL HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, AND OTHER EFFECTS AT THE VICARAGE, WHITFORD, NEAR HOLYWELL. j MR, WM. DEW, Hag^been favoured with instructions from the Rev. R. Briscoe, D.D. TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, On Wednesday. 17th May, 1865. THE whole of his Substantial HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Carriage, Harness, and other Ef- fect", at the Vicarage, Whitford, distant about three miles from the town of Holywell, and about two miles from the Mostyn Station. Full particulars will appear in future advertisements and catalogues. Bangor, 27th April, 1865. PERIODICAL SALE OF HORSES. &c„ AT BANGOR. M R. W. DEW RESPECTFULLY announces that his Next RSALE OF HORSES AND CARRIAGES will be held at the Mart attached to the British Hotel, Bangor, on FJRIDAY, 19th May, 1865. Entries to be made on or before the 11th May. In order to secure Stalls, early applications should be made. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. IMPORTANT SALE OF VALUABLE LEAb MINE, AND MININGMATERIALS. Mr. DAVID JONEs has received instructions to SELL by AUCTION, on the MINE, early in the month of MAY ALL the Valuable Machinery, Plant, and 3Iaterials of the Rhoswydol and Bacheiddan Mines, situate in the Parish of Penegoes, in the County of Mont- gomery, and within about six miles from the Railway Sta- tion, including a first class 30 inch Cylinder Condensing Engine, Pumping and Drawing Machinery, a 30 feet Water Whee. Crushing Mill. Circular, Flat and Tie ?Buddles,Jiggers,&c. All in first rate working condition with all the usual appendages of a productive Lead Mine in full work. The 1st Lot will be the Steam Engine, and the pur- chaser or purchasers will have the option (subject to the approval of the Lord of the Manor) of having a Lease of the Mine upon a Royalty of 1-15 with the usual condi- tions. For further particulars, or to treat for the whole by Private Contract, apply to George Hadley, Esq., 20, St. Helens Place, Bishopsgate-street, London, or to the Auc- tioneer, Machynlleth. Dated 31st March, 1865. IMPORTANT TO HOTEL KEEPERS, PRIVATE FAMILIES, AND OTHERS. LARGE AND UNRESERVED SALE Of. Horses, Carriages, Harness, Farming Im- plements, Household, Furniture, Wines, Elee- tio-plated Goods, Sfc. MR. D. JONES Has received instructions to SELL BY AUCTION (Without the least reserve) at PENGWERN ARMS HOTEL, FESTINIOG, On Tuesday and Wednesday, the 2nd and 3rd days of May, 1865, the in and out-door effects,. CONSISTING ot Three Mahogany Dining Tables, 2 ditto two-leaf square tables, 2 ditto hair- seated sofas and one couch, 3 ditto dittj easy chairs, 12 ditto ditto chairs, rosewood cane-seated chair, 2 small tables, work tables, rosewood cottage pianoforte, by King and Co. pier glasses and chimney ornaments, pictures in gilt frames, brass window poles, with green damask hangings, &c.; mahogany four-post, birch, oak, and iron bedsteads, with paliasses and moreen and dimity hang- ings flock and hair mattresses, feather beds, bolsters and pillows, mahogany and other chests-of-drawers, dressing tables and washing stands, mahogany bureau, ditto -<\night commode, looking-glasses, chamberware, Brusitlls carpets and hearthrugs, druggets, fenders and fire inlns, one eight-day clock, barometer, oak escritoire, beer .gine with three pulls, shelves, cupboards, kitchen tablet and chairs, dinner service in 70 pieces, plated tea and i??e semces, goblets, candlesticks, &c.; cut glass wine canters, tumblers, wine glasses, &c. meat safe, bottlejack and hastener, fountain, tea urn, together with a greaf variety of other useful articles of furniture and uten" too numerous for insertion. ?, THE OUT-BOOR EFFECTS Comptbe-3 powerful horses, 1 closed carriage with poles, 2 cars, break, dog cart, carts, wheelbarrow, hay sledge, 3 sets single and 2 sets double harness, 1 set tandem ditto chaff cutter fitted for horse power, com fttd bean crusher, oak and stone chests, ffrindini stone, ploughs, 2 harrows, rakes,cythes, spades, pitchforks, iron gates, &c.; 5 stacks potatoes in field, about80 tons, manure, and about 40 fcoos compost ma- nure/fe scufBers, 1 fork, and 2 ladders, Ac. Tha Sale to commence at Eleven o'ctock tf.nu ttca day, ?. í ;.( THE FASHIONS.. Iiv/di'l.t "i, THE FASHIONS, r.:? ?MtFFtVH DAVIES,  'f GENERAL FURNISHING ESTABLISHMENT, •  ( BANGOR. ..?.t?.. • IS now showing the Parisian and London Fashions J). in Dresses, Shawls, Mantles, Jackets, Millinery, Hats, Bon- ( >: nets, Parasols, Sunshades, &c. • No expense has been spared to produce the choicest Novelties of the Season. I-ill J /.it .ft?"f!< 'i'{ ?— BO 0 'r ? D 8 H 0 B ? E ?TA B LLS H M E ? "? 304, HIGH ?Etf, lA-1' .IF ISAAC ROBERTS begs to inform his Customers, Visitors, and the public in general, tÍtåt Jt. he has constantly on hand a large assortment of Ladies', Gentlemen's, and Children's, Boot and Shoes, IM4!| French and English, in every variety suited to the requirement* the Season, and of the LAI-bsi 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 ) assortment of DINING and DRAWING ROOM FURNITURE. 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 as good at Bangor. He parhcuIarly invites 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. BRADFORD HOUSE, BANGOR, JOHN ROBERTS, PROPRIETOR. JOHN ROBERTS begs to intimate to the public, that he has just arrived from the English Markets with a large and Fashionable Assortment of Goods, in the various departments of trade, suitable for the coming season, which he now exhibits at his establishment. N.B.—COTTON GOODS bought at the latest and the very lowest prices in the market. Bangor, April 10, 1865. WILLIAMS BULKELEYARMS HOTEL, BEAUMARIS. 1 JO. 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 Hotein 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. Choioa Wines and Spirits, extensive Stabling and Coach-houses, Hot, Cold, and Sea Water Baths, Boats on the Straits, and Posting in all its branches. IN LOSS OF APPETITE, THE WANT OF DUE ENJOYMENT OF FOOD, AND IN WEAK DIGESTION, USE THOMAS'S TEGID S A. T-T C) M A COSMOPOLITAN RELISH.—PRICE Is. ALSO, THOMAS'S MERIONETHSHIRE SAUCE; The most delicious, economical, and generally useful SAUCE extant. Price la. 6d- Sold by Druggists, Grocers, and Italian Warehouse-men, everywhere. GENTS' SUIT. 50s GREAT REDUCTION IN BOYS' CLOTHING, WARRANTED ALL WOOL, AND MADE ON THE PREMISES BY HAND LABOUR. KNICKERBOCKER SUITS OF Meltons, Cheviots, Scotch Tweeds and Angolas From 91 2s. 6d. BOYS' SUITS JACKET, V EST, and T ROW S E R S From 21 5s. 6d. THE CELEBRATED ORIGINAL 50s SUITS Are made from the best Welsh and Scotch Tweeds. Knickerbocker Sniis, 22s. 6d. BOYS' SUIT. 25s. 6d. &C., &C., &C., AT JOHN ARONSON, 1 TSS 2:1 PLACE, BAWGOR.' MONEY ready to be advanced on secuirity m of Land or Buildings at moderate rates of Interest Apply to Messrs. Ford & Duncan, Solicitors, Chester. P,4 10s. PER CENT. DEBENTURE STOCK. THE GREAT EASTERN RAILWAY t COMPANY are now issuing this stock. Applications to be made to J. B. OWEN, Secretary. Bishopsgate Terminus, London, 27th April, 1865. TRUST MONEY TO LEND, I IOGentlemen, professional men, Merchants, t Farmers, Millers, general Traders, and others, in sums of from 950 to 21,000, and upwards, on their own personal security, for any term of years not exceeding 10, at a moderate rate of Interest, and repayable by easy Instalments, to suit the borrowers' convenience. All Loan Office routine entirely dispensed with. No Solicitors or office charges made, the Borrower's own note of hand being sufficient without any sureties or security whatever. The strictest confidence is observed and the money ad- vance within seven days from date of application. For particulars address enclosing stamped directed envelope to Mr. Wm. Boyd Milner, 156, Marylebone Road, London. MERSEY DOCK ESTATE. LOANS OF MONEY. rpHE Mersey Docks and Harbour Board h?reby give Notice, that they are willing to receive LOANS of MONEY on the security of their Bonds, at the rate of Four Pounds, Five Shilings, per Centum, per Annum, interest, for periods of Three, Five, or Seven Years. Interest Warrants for the whole term, payable half- yearly at the Bankers of the Board in Liverpool, or in London, will be issued with each bond. Communications to be addressed to GEORGE J. JEFFER- SON, Esq., Treasurer, Dook Office, LiverpooL By order of the Board, JOHN HARRISON, Secretary. ^ock-offiee, Liverpool, April 6,1865. DEBENTURES at 5, 5!, and 6 per Cent.— t CEYLON COMPANY, Limited. SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL, £500,000. DIRECTORS. I- Chairman: LAWFORD ACLAND, Esq. Major-Gen. Henry Pelham I Burn. Harry George Gordon, Esq. George Ireland, Esq. Duncan James Kay, Esq. Stephen P. Kennard, Esq. Patrick F. Robertson, Esq.' Robert Smith, Esq. Manager C. J. Braine, Esq. The Directors are prepared to ISSUE DEBENTURES for One, Three, and Five Years, at 5, 5J, and 6 per Cent respectively. They are also prepared to Invest money on Mortgage in. Ceylon and Mauritius, either with or without the gqar- antee of the Company, as may be arranged. Applications for particulars to be made at the Office of theCompanj. No. 7, East India Avenue, Leadenhall Street, London, E.C. (By Order,) JOHN ANDERSON. Secretary. CART STALLION. "D OBBIE BURNS," a powerful Bay Stal- JLv lion, the winner of many prizes, will serve Mares this season at the Farm Yard, Tynewydd. Will visit, fortnightly—Carnarvon, on Thursday, April 20th Conway, on Friday, 21ft; and Llangefni, on Saturday, 22nd. Terms, tl 2s. 6d., groom's fee included. Penrhyn Castle Farm, Feb. 11th, 1865. THE HADJI. A THOROUGH Bred Horse, by Faugh a ARallagh, out of Athol Brose (Linda's dam), by Orlando, her dam Haggish by Bay Middleton, out of Mountrosity by Plenipotentiary. The HADJI stands 15 hands 3 inches high, upon short legs, has great bone and good action. He ran third for the Derby, and second for St. Leger, and won the Man- chester Union Cup. He also won a £100 prize at Yort and £15 at the Manchester and Liverpool Agricultural Show, for the best thorough bred Horse capable of get- ting Hunters. tiu,&ill serve Mares this season at PENRHYN CASTL8 STABLES. Thorough bred Mares at 10 guineas; Half breds, B3; Farmers, Mares, 21 10a.; Tenants, 15s. Apply to Mr. PICKABD, Stud Groom, as above.