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WHITE'S SEWING MACHINE, entirely new, suitable for tailors and othors, to be 8old at a great reduction from cost price.—Apply .to "Cyraro," Expres* Office, Carnarvon *>• TO SHOPKEEPERS & TEA DEALERS. —AGENTS WANTED, for Loose or l^ket Teas. Special terms to good men.-Write to tt. and Son, 8, Chiswell-etreet. London, E.C. B1192 I TO BE LET.—Furnished House, or Apart- ments, in a healthy and quiet ° t. Town of Carnarvon, fifteen minutes wblk^ Bailwav Station.—Ad.resp, No 1681, G Express Offices, Carnarvon* -— EITHER SEX, Withont Mndranee to present occupa- tion.- For particulars, &c.. enclose a,dre.sed envelope to EVANS, WATTS, & COMPANY (P AM), Merchants, Birmingham-^ genuine. E 446 TWELVE GAJVTEF deViSITE, 2s 8d; si X Is 8c. Carte arged 10 incnes, 5ss Cabinet, 2s. Sent & rte with stamps. Perfect copxe tod original returned free. T Lcr don Photographic Co., 304, Regent-street, Lon- don, W. If. g. D. PHILLIPS. Manager. NERVOUS AND PHYSICAL DEBILITY —A gentleman, having tried in vain every advertised remedy, has discovered a simple means oi self-cuiu He will be happy to forward the Particulars to any sufferer on receipt of a stempea •nd directed envelope.—Address, Mr J. T. ►. Brook Villa Hammersmith London. mm* THE EXPRESS AND GENEDL IN "JL AMERICA.—The proprietors of the North Wales Express and the aenedl Oymrexg h%ve Mr H. P Hubbard, proprietor of the Internati Newspaper Agency, New Haven, State of Connecticut, U their sole agent in America to receive advertise- ments for insertion in their papers. LIVERPOOL COMMERCIAL INVEST- XJ MENT COMPA>Y, LTMITED.-LOANB OT from JG10 to £ 1000 promptly granted, *he mtere^ charged nnnsnally moderate. Perso r;fe security. Share Certificates, DOCK Bonds, Life Policies, &c.—Apply toB.^berts. City-road CIhester or to James Smith, Secretary, 11, Se^uil!403 Liverpool.. CARNARVON PERMANENT BENEFIT c BUILDING SOCIETY. .£2,000 now ready to be advanced on Freehold or Leasehold Property in Carnarvon or the neighbour hood. Principal and interest at 5 per cent. to be re paid by montbly instalments.—Apply to the Secretary Mr JohB Rees, 24, Wellington-terrace, Carnarvon. E457 aIt 4TH BATTALION ROYAL WELSH FUSILIERS. THIS Battalion will assemble for Preliminary Drill and Training at Carnarvon on the following datesRecruits, on Monday, the 12th March the Battalion, on Monday, the 7th May. B lb^l"5oo TO IRONMONGERS AND SHIP CHANDLERS. WANTED immediately, an experienced and puehirg Assistant, capable ot taking charge of bxuiness (Welshman preferred).—Apply, stating ex. perience and salary required, with testimonials as to steadiness and ability,to W. Evans, 5, Lombard'street, Portmadoe. TEE CBEAPEST BOUSE I OR ORANGES LEMONS, APPLES, GRAPES, NUTS, DATES, AND ALL KINDS OF FRUITS AND VEGET- ABLES. Wholesale only. Detailed price list, post free, on application.—W. ROBEKTSON AND Co., 1, Broad- etreet Buildings, Liverpeol.street, London. B 1647 A ST. DAVID'S DINNER WILL TAKE PLACE AT HAMEIl'S, QUEEN'S BOTEL CARNARVON. DINNER ON THE TABLE AT 8 P.M. MR. J. D. EDWARDS. ACCOUNTANT, Financial Agent, MOSTYN-STREET, LLANDUDNO b 520-1440 DR. O. W. JON E S, D.D.. (AM.), L.D.S., F.P.S.G. DENTAL SUR 3EON, MAEKET-PLACE.BANGOR REQUIRES a Well-educated Youth as an Al a pf RENTIOE. He will have a good opportu- nity to learn High-class Dentistry. O. W. Jones is at Llangefni on Thurfday in LIed Wgan-road on the way to the County Conrt. MILKING MACHINE. -410 THIS celebrated self. acting Cow Milking Machine supersedes the laborious and tedious process of handmilking, and can be ap- plied by anyone; milking each Cow in th ee or five minutes.— rNo Cowkeeper should be without valuable and useful Dairy Implement. -Price 6s 6d each only, delivered. The New Milking Jfachine Co., 3, Fargate, Sheffield.—N. BUCHANAN, Tubes for Sore or Corded Teats, Is 6d each, B 594 £ 10 B20 B50 B100 JB500 OPTIONS on Stock Exchange Securities One Uniform Price. Acknowledged tne best and safest plan ever devised for making profits from small investm nts with great rapidity. Hxplinatoybook (Mcota: edition) S ENT FREB. Address George Evans and Co., Sworn Brokers, Gresham House, Old Broad-street, London. E556 Bell's Patent Life Pills and Ointment. Fis calculated that if every reader of this Paper kept a Bex and Pot of the above leady at hand they would save en an average £ 4 each in Doctor's Bills every year. Of all Chemists, Is lid and 2s 9d, or Post Free for 15 and 36 Stamps fiom w. BELL & CO., Reading. Berks. B ONE BOX OF CLAUSE'S B41 PILLS is "Warranted to cure all die-charg^s from the Urinary organs, in either sex (acquired or constitutional),Gravel Pains in the Back. Guaranteed free from Mercury. Sold in boxes, 4s. 6d. each, by all Chemists and Patent Medicine Vendors throughout tHe world; or sent to any wdreBB for sixty stamps by the Makers, THE LIPRCOLN MIDLAND COUNTIES DRUG COMPANY, Lincoln: Wholesale. Agents, BARCLAY & SONS. London and *"6 Wholesale Houses. PHILLIPS & SON'S DANDELION COFFEE, FOR LIVER AND INDIGESTION. Contains Three Times the Strengtn of Ordinary Coffee. BOLD GROCEUS AND CHEMISTS EVERYWHERE 61—46 I CUMBERLAND CUREID HAMS, CUMBERLAND CURED BACON, PRIME AMERICAN CHEESE REDUCTION IN PRICES THIS WEEK AT THE POOL-STREET MARKET, CARNARVON. Mil S}t LIVERPOOL TO UEW YORK & BOSTON EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. This Company has been established for Forty Years, and is noted for its Safety and Comfort for all classes of Passengers. Apply to the CUNARD STEAM SHIP COMPANY, Limited, Liverpool, Or to their AGENT,-WM. J. WILLIA!YlS, Market-street, Carnarvon. INTERMEDIATE PASSAGE, X8 8s; STEERAGE, .£44s. A m E R I 0 A N LIKE UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS. LIVERPOOL TO PHILADELPHIA. WVBRY WEDNESDAY AND ALTERNATB 8ATUBDVT- First-class, full-powered Iron Steamships. Accommodation for passengers equal to any European Line. Passengers and Goods landed at Philadelphia on the Wharf of the Pennsylvania Railroad. THE SHORTEST AND BEST ROUTB TO BHB WBST. Apply to RICHARDSON, SPENCE & CO., 17 & 19, Water-street, Liverpool. Lociii AGENTS.- W. J. Williams, secretary the North Wales Quarrymen's Union, 7, Market- street, Carnarvon John Foulkes, 24, High-street Carnarvon R. G. Roberts, Rock Cottage, Creigiati MVwr. T'ttlvnarn » 9,9*1-11—A GOOD fqr the cure of WIND ON THE SIOlKACf^ GOOD for the cure of INDIGESTION. GOOD for the cure of SICK HEADACHE. GOOD for the cure of HEARTBURN. GOOD for the cure of BILIOUSNESS. GOOD for the cure of LIVER COItPLAIft. GOOD for the cure of ALL COMPLAINTS arising from a disordered state of th* STOMACH, BOWELS, or LIVER. Sold by 41 Madiclne Vendors, in boxes at Is lid, 2s Hi and" Id each: or free for 14, S3, or 54 SUmps, from PAGE D. WOODCOCK, HIGII 8TBEST, LINC0LH# SYMINGTON'S WORLDWIDE ADA DC REPUTATION MllMDw DANDELION, FRENCH and PATENT COFFEES W. SYMINGTON &. Co., ) Established Bow den Steam Mills, } _ouer MARKET HARBOROUGH. > My year* "MACNIVEN & CAMERON'S PENS lVI are tl:.e best." -Public Opinion. They come aB a boon and a blesBing to men." The Pick-,vick, the Owl and the Waverley Pen." VOM "™;hou. wohi Also THE HINDOO PENS, Nos. 1, 2 & 8. Specimen boxes, containing all V»st ls- VPatentee* ofP-.m ami Penholder*, Macnxifn-^Cameron, 23 to 33, I'lair Street, S^g^rgjMgstd. 1770.) gFOR TUB BLOOD IS.TBC1.1E6? CLA WORLPcFAMEP HiUilililAIMillHl THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER AND RESTORER Has the Largest Sale of any Medicine in the World. OVERWHELMING TESTIMONY ACCOMPANIES EVERY BOTTLE, PROVING THIS TO BE THE GREATEST MEDICINE EVER DISCOVERED. For cleansing and clearing the blood from all impurities, it cannot be too hip'ily recommended. For Scrofula, Scurvy, Skin and Blood Diseases, and Sores of ail kinds, it is a never-failing and per. manentcure. It Cures Old Sores. Cures Ulcerated Sores on the Neck. Cures Ulcerated Sore Legs. Cures Blackheads, or Pimples on the Face. 4 Cures Scurvy Sores. Cures Cancerous Ulcers. Cures Blood and Skin Diseases. Cures Glandular Swellings. _-(f„ Clears the Blood from all impure matter, From whatever cause arising. JV. As this mixture if pleasant to the taste, ana warranted free from anything injurious to the most delicate con- stitution of either sex, the Proprietors solicit suftererB to give it a trial to test its value. THOUSANDS OF TESTIMONIALS FROM ALL PART?. Sold in Bottles 2s. 6d. each, and m cases, containing six times the quantity, lis. each—sufficient to effect a per- manent cure in the great majority of long-standing cases, BY •ALL CHEMISTS and PATENT MEDICINE VENDORS throughout the world, or sent for 30 or IDA stamps by the Proprietors, THE LIHCOLH AND MIDIIAJTD GOVHTIBS DBTJO COMTANY, Lincoln. (Trade Mark-u Blood Mixture.") I THE GRAMMAR SCHOOL, UXiiHIDGE-SQCARE CARNARVON. I ESTABLISHED FORTY YEARS. I CONDUCTED r" JOHN G. DAVIES I (Under-graduate of the University of London, late Scholar of the University College of Wales, and Prize Essayist of the New Shakspeare Society). I I PUPILS are afforded a thoroughly sound and liberal education at a moderate cost. By a j- graduated course of instruction, frequently tested by examinations, they are carefully and suc- cessfully prepared for professional or commercial life. English, in its several branches of Grammar, Compo- sition, History, and Literature, is made a special subject of study. The senior classes are presented at the Pupils' Examinations of the Royal College of Preceptors every Midsummer and Christmas. The Quarter-daj 3 for this Half-year are January 23rd and April 30th. E 73d. The best MONDAY Agricultural Journal! The only ILLUSTRATED Agricultural Journ al THE AGRICULTURAL GAZETTE (ESTABLISHED 1844—-NEW SEBIES, 1874.) FOR LAND OWNERS AND TENANT FARMERS. Every Monday, price 4d post free, 4|d. THE AGRICULTURAL GAZETTE gives full Market Reports, both Metropolitan and Provincial; accurate accounts of Prices and.Sales, Proceedings of Agricultural Societies, Farmers' Clut-s, and Chambers of Agriculture-their Meetings, Exhibitions, and Discussions-are Reported fully, and wi'h promptitude. Every Department of the Estate or Farm receives attention—Land Agency, Estate Equipment, Forestry, Farm buildings, Roads, Fences, Cottages—Live Stock, Plants, and Implements of the farm—Drainage, Tillage, and Manuring of the soil. The Veterinary Department of the Paper is under Professional Editorship. Departments relating to the Poultry Yard, the Apiary, and the GardeHof the Farm are also under separate Professional Direction. Reviews are published of all Books claiming a place in the Library of the Farmer. Reports of Noteworthy Estates, Farn s. Herds, Flocks, and Factories, are given from week to week. Teachers and Students of the several Sciences in which the Agriculurist is interested—Botany, Chemistry, Physiology, Eutomolgy, Natural History-are constant contributors. Especial attention is given to Agricultural Manufacture Improvements in Machines are reported-New Inventions made kisDwn-Patents disenssed-and the Implement Factories of the country described-Eugravings always necessary in snch cases for intelligible descriptions, are givpu without, stint. Not only Implements, but Flints, Weeds, varieties of Cultivate-? Crops, &j. and Animals-breeda of Horses, Cattle, Sheep, and Pigs also Poultry Insects, General Natural History and Buildings—Farmhouse, Home- stsads Cottages Photographs illustrative of Country Life and Occupations, whether at home or abroad all these provide subjects for the Engraver. Portraits and Memoirs of Noteworthy Agriculturists are also occosionally given. Subscriptions payable in advance, including postage to any part of the United Kingdom .-—Twelve Mcntbs 19s 6d; Six Months, 9s 9d Three Mouths, 5s. Foreign subscription, including Postage, ^61 ls 8d for Twelve Months. P.O.O. to be made payable at the Drury-lane Post Office, W.C., to A. K. Bruce. Publishing Office and Office for Advertisements: 7, CATHERINE-STREET. STRAND, LONDON, W.C. THE BEST REMEDY FOR INDIGESTION. TRADE MARK. I CAMOMILE PILLS are confidently recommended as a simple Remedy for Indigestion, which is the cause of nearly all the diseases to which tee are subject, leing a medicine so uniformly grateful and beneficial, that it is with justice called the "Natural Strengthener of the Human Stomach." "NORTON'S PILLS" act as a powerful tonic and gentle aperient; are mild in their operation, safe under any circumstances, and thousands of persons can now bear testimony to the benefits to be derived from their use, as they have been a never-failing Family Friendfor upwards of 50 years. Sold in Bottles at 1&- 2s. 9d., and lis. each, by all Medicine Vendors throughout the World, CAUTION. Ask for "NORTON'S PILLS," and do not be persuaded to purchase an imitation. IBRYAHT & Min MATCHES THE LARGEST MANUFACTURERS IN THE WORLD |iri| | Trade Mark ^2 & Bull's Head. Colmansa A Mustard MANUFACTURERS BY SPECIAL WARRANTTTH°EQU EEN a «» ASKFOR GENUINEOR DOUBLE SUPERFINE" « mTROUBLEI »jr 112 E'lioo NOT BIN TO FIX jJjJLfULlAjl w/.E mmioHS Sixpence spent in them saves 10s. "The CLEAN Black Iead.IW« Pnu* JAMES' CFTS.BIC L Successive awards for ZSx-I ■■ Illflf* •dlenceof Quality and Claanli- I V 1 ■■■ Eoonomicalll BLACK LEAD BE- ARE of Worthlem Imitations -t \imm mrmfl! L=-= a tr I-. Is PUKELY VEGETABLE, Perfectly Hfcrmleaa. Will reduce from two to flve- pounds ner week: acta on the food in the stomach, prevent- ing its conversion into Fat. Sold by Chemists. Send •tamp for pamphlet. Botanic Medicine Co., 3 New Oxford-street, London, W.C. I od. A- YORKSHIRE RELISH The most delicious Sauce in the World. Enriches Hot Joints, Stews, Chops, ITish, See. With Soup it is charming. Blends admirably with all Gravies. Makes Cold Meat a Luxury. Makes the plainest Viands palatable. The daintiest dishes more delicious. A great addition to Cheese. Every dish is improved by its addition. Epicures pronounce it the Best Sauce Beware of Colourable Imitations. Sold Everywhere in 6d., Is. & 2s. Bottles. GOODALL, BACKHOUSE & Co., LEEDS. EXCELLENT AND FOR loo PALATABLE HOUSEHOLD RECIPES Write to GOODALL, BACKHOUSE § Co., LEEDS, Enclosing a penny stamp for postage, when you will be pre- sented with a. valuable book of 100 pages, bound in cloth, and fully illustrated, called "GOOD THINGS," MADE SAID, AND DONE FOR EVERY HOME AND HOUSEHOLD Phase mention this paper. TOWLE'S PENNYROYAL & STEEL PILLS FOR FEMALES quickly correct all irregularities and relieve the distressing symptoms so prevalent with the sex. Boxes Is. lid. and 2s. 9d.. of all Chemists. Sent anywhere for 15 or 34 Stamps, by the Maker, E. T. TOWLE, Chemist. Nottingham. NEW BREAKFAST & AFTER DINNER BEVERAGE. CON ROYS MALT COFFEE run Coffee combined with Malt by Patent Process. Aa a breakfast beverage it I "A nourishing and health la nx>ran>MMd."— I producing article of diet."— Dr. BAXDERSOH, M.B.C.8. f £ DAVIKS, F.C.8., &c. ASSISTS DIGESTION. Jtetall from all Grocers, Druggists, *c. Prepared only at tha MALT COFFEE WOSKS. 84, FLEET BT„ LIVERPOOL. DI l,TiH E p|i EST. & i? oa:a*Lvery«here TRADE MARK SINCLAIR'S The Family r^fll IICROCERS & OILMEN Wash With- vL-LJ SAVES TIME, FUEL, a Steamy House. WATER Cleanser l Eeware of SOAP tfilll Imitations! O fgPgJ! Jg|a Ask for SINCLAIR'S." A lady writes to The faji' I recommend it to housewife; it saves tii » material; economisesfir«,as (AWIIVB the clothes require less rub« bing and no boiling." TAMES SINCLAIR, Southwark. London,SA PRELIMINAKY ANNOUNCEMENT. TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, X about the end of March, 1883, by order of the Executors of the late THOMAS WARNER, ESQ., Executors of the late THOMAS WARNER, ESQ., deceased, by Mr JOHN PRITCHARD (unless in the meantime, an acceptable offer be made by Private I Treaty), all that charming Marine Residence, known as BRYN-Y-MENAI, I Delightfully situated on the Anglesey side of the 1 Menai Straits, midway between Beaumaris and Menai Bridge. Further particulars will shortly appear. Bodhyfryd, Bargor. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. THE FURNITURE MART, BANGOR. MR JOHN PRITCHAED begs to announce I that his next tiale at the Mart will take place on Tuesday, February 27th, 1883, commenc- ing at 12.30 noon, prompt, and will include con- signments of valaable and serviceable antique and modern HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and other Effects.—Further particulars in future advertise- ments and posters. Bodhyfryd, Banpor. THE MENAI BRIDGE SMITH FIELD. TO FARMERS, FEEDERS OF STOCK, BUTCHERS AND OTHERS. MR JOHN PBITCHABD begs to announoe that his next periodical sale of Fat and Store Stock will be held in a convenient tield adjoininK the Anglesey Arms Hotel, Menai Bridge, on Monday, March 12th, 1883. Entries to be sent in not later than March 2nd, to be included in the catalogue. Terms :—6d in the £ inclusive. Bodhyfryd Bangor. RED HILL, BEAUMAEIS. ATTRACTIVE SALE OF VALUABLE AND SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS. ME JOHN PRITCHARD is favoured with the instructions of George Roberts, Esq (who is leaving the county), to Sell by Public Auction on the premises, Rtd Hill, distant about one mile from the town of Beaumaris, on Tuesday, February 20th, 1883, commencing at eleveH a m. prompt, an assort- ment of very excellent and highly finished Household Furniture, including a handsomely designed and ela- borately carved Drawing-room Suite, in the finest talian Walnut wood, upholstered in Dark Blue Silk Repp, with extra Cretonne Covers, comprising Six Single and Two Easy Chairs, Two Settees, ana Two Footstools, Two Oval Loo Tables, Writing Table, aLd Music ICanterbury ensuite of the richest ItalianWulnut wood and beautifully inlaid; a magnificent and most chastely designed Italian Walnut wood Cheffonier of noble proportions and elaborately carved, surmounted with Marble Slab, and crowned with a well disposed Mirror Back. (This beautiful suite of furniture was specially manufactured by Italian Artistes tor the Pans Exhibition, 1868.) The Dining-room, Breakfast- room, acd Entrance Hall include a well-made Light Oak Suite, inlaid with Dark Oak, upholstered in Green Morocco, 2 Polished Oak Telescope Dining Tables, and a Pedestal Sideboard en suite, Mahogany Single and Easy Chairs, upholstered in Morocco, Utrecht Velvet, and in Hair 2 handsome Mahogany Side '1 ables suit- able for a Dining-room or Entrance Hall; Mahogany Telescope Dining Table 8 feet by 4 feet; a beautifully designed and highly finished Spanish Mahogany En- closed Sideboard, with Mirror Back, rounder corners, and fretwork front, fitted with the usual conveniences; 2 Antique Oak Chests, one dated 1730 Pier and Mantle Glasses, in gilt frames, Occasional Chairs and Table I, 11 Garden Chairs with carpet seats, Treadle Sewing Machine, a very handsome Oak Com- bined Bat and Umbrella Stand and Hall Table, with Marble Slab, Mirror Back,and having 2 Fitzroy Baro- meters two Oak Hall Chairs to match the contents of the Principal Bediooms will include Polished Birch, Iron and Brass Half Tester and French Bedsteads, with Palliasses and Drapery, Wool Mattresses, Superior Feather Beds; four splendid and exquisitely finished Bedroom Suites in Mahog- any, American Ash, Enamelled Walnut Wood, and Blue and White Enamel Wood; the Secondary Bedchambers will be found replete with the usual appointments; Kitchen Chairs and Tables, Oak Dressers, Culinary Utensils; together with a fow Out-door Effects, viz.,—A capital new Horse Power and Corn Crusher, Flower Pots, three Long Ladders, Coils of Wire, six Heaps of Manure, &c. On View February 18 and 19, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Catalogues may be obtained a week before the Sale out the principal Hotels in the neighbourhood, and of the Auctioneers, Bodhyfryd, Bangor. MADRYN PARK, NEAR PWLLHELI. IMPORTANT SALE OF TIMBER. MESSRS JONES AND LLOYD beg to! announce that they have been instructed to Bell by Auction, at the above place, on Thursday, March 1st, 1833, about 700Timber, in suitable lots. Comprising Ash, Elm, Oak, Alder, Birch, Larch, Cherry, bcotch, Pine, Spanish Chesnut, &c. The Auction to commence at 10.30 a.m., prompt. N.B.—The purchaser will be allowed the use of the Tripot and Teckle, and will be assisted to remove the several Iota from the place. CONDITIONS.—Three months credit with satisfact- ory sureties. For further particulars apply to Mr Williams, on the premises, or to the Auctioneers, at Criccietu or Pwllheli. E e02 ROBERT OWEN, (LATE LLOYD), HIGH-STREET DENBIGH, GROCER PROVISION, CORN AND FLOUR DEALER. A WELL Selected assortment of Teas at Prices ranging from ls 6d per lb to' 3s. His 2s Tea will compare favourably with any sold in the district. A large Stock of Finest Vale of Clwyd Cheese always on hand at moderate prices. Orders by Post promptly attended to. HEALTH, TONE, AND VIGOUR "'+, THIS preparation is pronounced by the iBost eminent members nf fm 1 Profession to be unequalled f«r fts Slr in L plenishing the vitality of the bodr f 't« blot? frofen of system moves pimples, blotchfln a n f • life Bonnd ard Ponies the blood, gives new stitution to es*"n8. sleep n 1 restores the con- MS a°d„ vi?onr « a short time. Sold by most chemists at 2a 9d, 49 6<1, lIs rind 22s per -4 » ee t ot Dg Hill, London lWwl .r^9k for "Sir Astley Cooper's Vital n°t let the chemist persuade you to ess Drion ° Th" argument of larger bottles and ess pnee is put forward. It is QUALITY the afflicted recluire-noquantity. Ag.L ts- Barclay a td Sons, »o, r arr n-street, louden, and all the Wh legale Honse8< B44— NAVY CONTRACTS FOR FRESH BEEF. rpENDER8 will be received until 2 o'clock OB T"T.r,^imrsday' tI:e lst March next, for the supply ot IRESH BEEF at the following places, for Six Calendar Months from the 1st April next HOLYHEAD, MILFORD HAVEN, PEMBROKE, AND PATER. I Forms of Tender,* containing conditions of Contract and all particulars, may be obtained on personal ap- Pi a*\ Cffice, or by letter addressed to g T^r?,c*or ^aTy Contra3ts, Admiralty, Whitehall, Their Lordships do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any Tender. JOHN COLLETT, Director of Navy Contracts. Applications for Forms of Tender should state for what place it is intended to tender. Contract Department, Admiralty, Whitehall, S.W. 13th February, 1813. B 603 WORTHY THE NOTICE OF ALL. £ 20 PER CENT. INTEREST NEW STEAMSHIP. 1. The Shares for our steamship Anne Thomas were taken up so rapidly that we have contracted for another, to be ready for sea m December, 1883. The cost of the steamship being .£27,600. 2. This steamship will be the celebratea ship builders Messrs Palmer and Co., av!^0vT*i?jn L3" 8rea,t importance to the shareholders who are the builders of a Bhip, because the true value of a ship, like that of a house, depends be° £ "ai!<: 27icw«as^°n' 6 118,1116 steamship will ca°. Promise with the greatest confidence that kip w:ill pay about £ ->0 per cent., perhapB nf sa, ^g vessels to a great degrctj are oat e, and pay little or scarcely any interest, steam- .'1,fi's better than ever. Even when trade was very nVinn'f eams-11Ps Cardiff were paying, as a rule, hnlfWq H Per cent. per annum. We paid our share- thi rTtP nf1 n Jear' endinff December, 1882, at the rate ot £ 24 10s per cent. the rate of .£2:1 10s per cent. 4. The bo(:)ks are open at the office at all times for the inspection of shareholders, and the Policy of Insu- b^no 1yu ^0, to prove that there can c n' through a shipwreck. follows^'—^areS W1^ each, and to be paid aa £ s. d. y.o 2 °n application for share, in December lst, 1883. » t2 an°ther six months. 10 0 ditto do. 12 10 0 ditto do. ,u ditto do. Thus the share will be paid up in t»ro vears. But «ie interest will be paid on the whole from the com- mencement, viz., December, 1883. Thus making it convenient for all who have little mcney to invest. at we do not charge any com- Msto^ Th« ^Xi g. the ve8sel.wiiich is the usual custom. I he vessel wnl cost the shareholders tne same ^7 600aSTHfe-nbKiged-to pa* the bJders; T! .£2ï,600. This will be an immense advantage to the shareholders to commence. The payment to us after hrnlrTrn„ f per cent, upon all the profits of the V g°^ t0^e shareholders We espec- hi o jr j6 attentl°nof the shareholders to SSStST' an COmpare them with the conditions of other firms. t' It ^^ided after every voyage, so tuat the shareholders will know from month to month what the profits of the vessel are. T :8; -whe VpSSel Wiil b3 oa,the Principle of the Limited Liability Company, aud we shall be the principal sharoholders in it. p I FURTHER ADVANTAGES. s »?uy, i°f°rmatl0n Wl11 be ^Ed in the prospectus, T' uUCQ a3 the namea of the badders, cost of the vessel, the construction of the vessel, 4c.. &e., whica abaally ii not iOllud in prospectuses. We are donuous tor all to know the whole partiaulars. 2. Aaother great advantage ia that the payment for <i»i 18 80 whilst we charge no commission with t^m th"g 01 ithe Tesse^* All who are conversant with these things know that this is an immense ad- vantage, sVifn nee^Jcar losing their money, becacse the ship wih be insured to its full value, in case of ship. wreck, all, and also any neglect on the part of the captarn. Sometimes these are neglected, bat for DO .?W,I fco the shareholders, the 4. A always be shown in the office, u taiM conversant with shipping affairs,and tr ifWa in v l'rlucii) PorCh' and many of the principal sh-.rpa ir ?n 'he Continent have taken shares in car vessels, and send daily for shares in the 5. All are welcome to make inquiries as to our Bank of Vn i the Provincial Bank ot EugUnd, Cardiff, Brigend, Rnd Dolgelley. 6. Anyone desiring lor one or more shares, should write t. us aa below. Write soon for shares. EVAN THOMAS, RADCLIFFE & CO., BUTE CHAMBERS, CAHDIW. A LEITER OF RECOMMENDATION. I know Ca,pt Evan Thomas and Mr Radcliffe well, and I have eve, y confidence in tneir ability and honesty. ? ¥ are not people to promise what they cannot per- ra'dy (imtdftEd3 ar" sharekolders with them J. C rNDDFLIiAN JONES, 2, Richm nd-Crecant, Cardiff WILLIAM JOHN pARRY. GENERAL MERCHANT MAES-X-tiROES, BANGOR, CAN supplj the best of the following at the most reasonable figure. Contracts for the supply of large quantities entered into. Orders promptly attended to. An experienced man will attend any experiments required with Explosives. EXPLOS1 VES. — Gunpowder, Blasting Gelatine, Touite Dynamite, Sporting Powder, Detonator? of „T.T,a!1 > Fuses, Percussion Caps, Cartridges, 4c. ENGINE i'ACKING of all kinds. INDIA RL RISER.—SheetB, Washers, Hoses, Buffers, &c. (x UTTA Pi!iJctCHA.—Tubing, Beltings, &C. BEST CAST STEEL.—In bars of all kinds. CRUCIBLE STEEL.—Wheels for Slate Quarries Lead Mines, anuCollieries. ROPES.—riemp and Wire of any length. OILS and GREASE of "J1 kinds, for every description of Machinery &nd Lamps, as well as for Painters FOUNDERS' DUST.—Charcoal Blacking, Coal Dust. TAR—Stockholm I ar, Pitch, Coal Tar, Coal Pitch. ENGINE WASTE.—White and Coloured. PAINTS, COLOUttS VARNISH, and GLUES, of til description CANDLES of a Jlkin PIPES.—Iron. Line, and Clay. Warehouses and Magazines at Bethesda, Bangox, Carnarvon, Festiniog, and Dolgelley OFFICES 3 & 4, WILLIAMS' COOST, JSKTHISIU, NEAR BANG^B- « 973—348 Made of LONG STAPLE SELECTED ELASTIC W00L9 SPEARMAN'S ROYAL DEVONSHIRE SERGE III all Fashionable Colours and in Ncv Fancy Designs. Makes warm garment without being heavj. Un- equalled for Indies' Dresses and fox Yachting and Sea-side wear. St* water will not nurt. it. Washes lik« flannel and brushes like cloth. Special make for Children's and Young Dresses in Navy Blue, Is. :lid. the yard: for Ladies' wear at 1*. 6d. end 18. Ild- yp.rd for Gentlemen's wear *t 4«. llri. and 6s. 9d. the yard; for Boyi^ wear at 2s. 11 d. and 31. lid. the y>-d. Patterns free. Any length cut. Car- riage naid Dii ftll of 20*. and upwards to all stations in England and "Wales; also to Bdinhui^b. Gia^ow, Dublin. Belfast, Cork, «:id Waterford. SPEARMAN and SPEARMAN, Ply. V > No other address or agency wiktsoeT«<