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The use of Quinine is wel known, but it has n-vpr bwn satisfactorily combined with these p eparations, until, af er overcoming conai er. able difficulties, tb. proprietor w a abb- to s-c'lre a perfect'y unif rm preparation, combining all the essential properties of the above pia>'s in their greatest parity and concentration. It is now established as a family medicine, s>n i is increase tig i' popular tavonr the more it iskaosvn and tested, Gwilym Evans s Quinine Bitters is a tonic "Pick- me-up scientifically mixed in hippy proportions. ADVANTAGES OL AIMED. 1. Entirely veaetahl^, therefore contains? neither iron or mercury. 2. A happy combination of "hitherto not successfully riispef s°d 3. Kuioys the confidence of the leading medical men in all districts in which it has had a fair 4u1 continued trial 4. Qni tnj. Bitter; are superior to any other kind of bitters pre- pared. 5. Patients who h,¡ve xaff red long and t-nffered averely, have received lasting and permanent benefit from their use. Lastly. The numerous important testimonials received clearly demonstrate their value. MEDF'AL USES. T H h G k RAT WELSH EEMEDY. GWILYM FV QUININE BITTERS contains QUININE, and also the active principles of DANDE- LION and GENTIAN, LAVENDER ana SAFFRON. Without; exception the best Remedy for Depression of Spirits and Melancholy. GWILYM EVANS'S QOTNINE BITTERS Being a vegetable Pick-me-up," is strongly recommended for nervous diseases, such as undue anxiety despondency, fainting fi s l'fJura'g-ia, and n rve pains generally. Has been taken with great permanent results or INDIGESTION in i s DIFF ;RENT FORMS, sneh as sick head-ache, heartburn, cramp, flatulency, sense of falness a d oppress on a ter «-atir.g, drowsiness, and fains in the region of the heart. Has successfully boated (after all knowu preparations had failed), severe c'ses of affections of the chest, an. h as common colds, bronchitis asthmatic eolrfs, shortness of breath, spitting of blood, Ac. TESTIMONIALS. From the REV J. H. WILLIAMS (Brynfardd), H ^ad-master of Dowlais Grammar School. The wonderful efficacy of your Qainine fitters" to restore health and vigour, after lingering illness find debility, a as been recently and sufficently proved by my family, and elicits this voluntary and consclention testimony from me for the benefit of others. From J. ELLIS EDWARDS, M.R.C.S. ,L.S.A.,&C., St. Clears, Carmarthenshire. Having been so frequently Hsk-d by my patients as to the desirability of taking your Quinine B tters," I have for the last two yea s given it a fair trial, and find it, without exception, the most pleasant and effectual means of administering tlH.t remedy. THE TREATMENT IS SIMPLE. 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The Shares for our steamship.Anne Thomas were taken up so rapidly that we have contracted for another, to be ready for sea it December, 1883. The cost of the steamship being .627,600. 2. This steamship will be of the best construction,by the celebrated ship builders Messrs Palmer and Co., Jarrow-on-Tyne. It is of great importance to the shareholders who are the builders of a ship, because the true value of a ship, like that of a house, depends upon its constuction. The name of this steamship will be Kata Thomas. 3. We can promise with the greatest confidence that this steamship will pay about X20 per cent., perhaps more. Whilst sailing vessels to a great degree are oat of date, asd pay little or scarcely any interest, steam- ships pay better than ever. Even when trade was very dull, the steamships of Cardiff were paying, as a rule, about X20 per cent. per annum. We paid our f hare- holders the last-half year, ending December, 1882, at the rate of .624 10s per cent. 4. 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The payment to us after this will be £ 2 10s per cent. upon all the profits of the brokerage, &c. going to the shareholders We espec- ially wish to draw the attention of the shareholders to these conditions, and compare them with the conditions of other firms. 7. The interest will be divided after every voyage, so that the shareholders will know from month to month what the profits of the vessel are. 8. The vessel will be on the principle of the Limited Liability Company, and we shall be the principal shareholders in it. FURTHER ADVANTAGES. 1. Every information will be found in the prospectus, or by writing to us, sach as the names of the builders, cost of the vessel, the construction of the vessel, &c., &c., which usually is not fovad in prospectuses. We are desirous for all to know the whole particulars. 2. Another great advantage is that the payment for management is so ¡')W, whilst we charge no commission on the building of the vessel. 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I know Capt Evan Thomas and Mr Radciiffe well, and I have eve y confidence in their ability and honesty. They are not people to promise what they cannot per- form. Many of my friends are shareholders with them already. (Signed), J. CYNDDYLLAN JONES, 2, Richm nd-Crecaut, Cardiff. D R. O. W. J 0 N .h s, I D.D.. (AM.), L.D.S., F.P.B.G. DENTAL SURGEON, MARKET,PLA. E,BANGOR REQUIRES a Well-educated Youth as au >Pi RENTICE. He will have a good opportu- nity to learn High-class Dentistry. nity to learn High-class Dentistry. O. W. Jones is at Llangefni on Thur-dav in Lied wgan-road on the way to the Coanty Conrt. Tidings of Comfort and Joy. The Marvellous Cure for Corns and Waits, ? E R S TJ C A C I N E (RBCJISTEKED). Is guaranteed to remove the most painful CORN OR WART In a few days, without pain or inconvenience RECOMMENDED BY PHYSICIANS AID S KGiiONS. The following unsolicited Testimonials have been sleeted Wa'ton Liverpool, August 21, 1882. 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