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LIVERPOOL SH A FT E SB U RY HOTEL, AOUNT PLEASANT, three minutes' walk from Central and Lime Street Stations, and about ten minutes from Landing Stage. FIRST CLASS TEMPERANCE HOTEL, with Moderate Charges. IJlectrie Light. 100 Rooms- Night Sorter LLANBEDROG, PWLLHELI. GLYNYWEDDW HALL AND GROUNDS. T HIS Shtely Mansion, with its famous Picture Galleries and delightful GTounds, is one of the prettiest placos in Carnarvonshire. OPEN DAILY FROM 10 A.M. Admission, Sixpence. Combined Tickets the interesting Mar- ine Tram rid"" to and fiom Llanbedrog and Pwllheli, and admission to Grounds and Galleries, One Shilling. 350 THE FARMER AND STOfiK A BREEDER. Enlarged to 28 PAGES WEEKLY. Price One Pennv. MOST ENTER PRISING. Each number contains many brilliant and practical Articles on the FARM, DAIRY, HORSES, CATTLE, SHEEP, PIGS POULTRY( VETERINARY. Also the Latest Telegrams from all the principal London and Provincial Mariits. BEST ILLUSTRATED. Illustrations are a speciality, each nnsube* containing many Illustrations of the Lead- ing Prize Winners, &c., and printed in Colours. MOST ENJOYABLE. Among the many new features in a JImne Department, which includes first-class Short Stories, Useful Hints, Cookery, Fashions (Il- lustrated), Fancy Work, Answers to Cor- respondents. &c. THE FARMER AND STOCKBREEDER IS THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIU3 Of all Newsagents and BooRstalls, One Penny Weekly. Post Free for Six Months, 3s. 3d. Per annum, 6s. 6d. FARMER AND STOCKBREEDER, 190, FLEET STIUIET, LONDON, E.C. ESTABLISHED IN 1836. FOR THE PROTECTION OF TRADE. MERCANTILE OFFICES (STUBB'S Ltd.), 42. GRESHAM STREET, LONDON, E.C. Subscribers, by tHa^ning timely information, through S T UB B S THE STATUS ENQUIRY DEI ARTMENT MAY AVOID MAKING BAD DEBTS. Every Trader should read ju STUBE'S WEEKLY GAZETTE, With which is issued a Supplement contain- ing LrST OF CREDITORS Under All the Important Failures. THE COMMERCIAL REGISTERS Contain more than NINE MILLION ENTRIES. DEBTS RECOVERED PROMPTLY, And paid over to Subscribers on Tuesday and Friday in each week. o.ACBES AT CHARLES STREET CHAMBERS, CARDIFF, 1 and 2, SWAN- SEA ARCADE, SWANSEA, Aberdeen, Birmingham, Bradford, Brighton, BristoL Belfast, Cork, Dublin, Dundee, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Hull, Leeds, Liverpool, London Manchester. Newcastle, Norwich, Notting- ham. Plymouth, Portsmouth, Sheffield, Sun- derland. SUB-OFFICES.—Blackburn, Cambridge, Derby, 2xeter, Gloucester, Grmsby Hali- fax, Hanley, Huddersfield, Ipswich, Leices- ter, Limerick, Londonderry, Middlesboro', Newport (Mon.), Northampton, Oxford, Preston, Reading, Southampton, Stockton- on-Tees, Walsall, Torquay, Waterford, Wol- verhampton Worcester^ York. LLANBEDROG, PWLLHELI. GLYNYWEDDW HALL AND GROUNDS. f|iHIS Stately Mansion, with its famous Picture Galleries and delightful Grounds, is one of the prettiest places in Carnarvonshire. OPEN DAILY FROM 10 A.M. Admission, Sixpence. Combined Tickets the interesting Mar-. ino Tram ride to and from Uanbedrog and Pwllheli, and admission t: "bounds and Galleries, One Shilling. 350 PERIS AND PADARN VALe. R. A. HUGHES (Alarch Gwyrfai. BILLPOSTER, TOWN CRIER, AND BILL DISTRIBUTOR, LLANBERIS. By appointment of the District and Parish Councils. Owner of the Chief Posting Sta- tions, all in the most prominent parts of Llarberis nnd surrounding districts for six isilea round. All orders entrusted to my care shall h,- promptly attended to "nd ex- ecuted. NANTLLE VAL3S. W. GRIFFITH DAVIES. liillposter, Town Crier, BiU Distributor, PENYOROES, R.S.O. BiIlpostir. contracted it the most moder. ate terms at R4nygroei, Talygarn. Nantlle, Llanllyfni, &c. All orers carefrajly and nromptly executed. OWEN ROBERTS, TREMADOC, BILLPOSTER PARISH COUNCIL AND PORTMADOC DISTRICT. Also Auctioneers and Concert Posters, &c., &c. Also Distributor. -^0s^ers i fynv o Dremadog i Rnyd-ddu, Penrhvndeudraeth, Gam DoL benmaen, Ac., am bris rhesymol. Tehr sylw dyladwy i'r post. Mae yn klyw yn ymyl Post Office, re- madoc. Bales' GDLP MEOAL Dublin aak&M I s ? wonderfnl water Iproofer for "oots and Har- ness. Sot eens and pre- serves the leather. Flea sant odour, allows polish- ing with blacking. 22 Exhibition Hishfst Awards. Tins, 2d, 6d, Is, and 2s of Bootmakers, Saddler frc-mon^ers. &c. flXeEiirctory DULWICH LONDON WANTED, Ac. QUARRY FOREMAN. — Wanted for Granite Quarrj, first-class exper- ienced Foreman thorough knowledge of setts and monumental blocks essential; liberal treatment to good man; stage age, experience, salary expected, &c. — No. 97, Keith and Co., Edinburgh. 386 XI" ANTED, for a few weeks, an Office Bov; must be good quick writer. Send address in own handwriting to No. 382, "Observer" Office. OFFERS w AXTED;-fummplet Mineral Water Plant, with Gas Engine, and all the accessories as required by the trade; all being good as new. Only one season in use. For particulars apply to QualtWugh and Co., Bridge Works, Dou- glas, Isle of Man. 385 WAiNTED,-Immediately- an experienced Young Lady, for the Fancy Dept.— Apply, with full particulars, to Brymer and Davies, Carnarvon. 339 A PZ GUINEAS Upright Grand Piaii (iron flamej. Excellent condition, for half price or nearest offer.M?nim at Humphreys, Bookseller, Portmadoc. 308 RESIDENCE, North Wales, on or nea- Coast. Penmaenmawr district pre- ferred. Wanted tc rent or purchase, an at- tractive Property with Land.—Walter Tren- grouse, 110, Osniaston road, Derby. rv:' OOKS, Housemaids, and Generals, wit-i C good references, Wanted at once; servants' fee when suited.—Apply or write 108, Upper Stanhope street, Prince's road Liverpool. 261 SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY. A first-class Agency appointment i vacant; application should be made by trustworthy man; active. Previous agency experience not essential. address, "Energy," office of this journal. 312 ri ASTELLMAI, NEAR CARNARVON. —To be Let Furnished Apartments, consisting of two Entertaining Rooms and several Bedrooms, Kitchen, Bath-hot and cold; H miles from Carnarvon. View of sea and motiiitains.-Appiv, David Roberts. Vy ANTED,—A Country Cottage or small House, furnished, within easy reach of Carnarvon for one or two months (or longer). Terms must be moderate. A little rough shooting would be an addition. —Apply, ivl. C. Verdoy, 2, Esplanade.Water- loo, Liverpool. 338 A PERSON of respectability and energy may hear of a high-class Agency without outlay. Good remuneration to suitable man. Address "Rate" Office of this 686 •psnjnojp I LANDUDNO (Queen of Watering-places). —To be Let, COURT ROYAL, Craig- ydon modern well-built House; four Re- ception-rooms, 13 Bedrooms; pcssession at once: rent £ 70; grand seta and mountain view; two mins. from Seashore. Also two good SHOPS, modern bllilt, with House at- tached, to be Let, together or separate; each House contains three Entertaining- rooms and eight Bedrooms, Bathroom, &c.; immediate possession.—Apply, S. Bartley, Compton House, Llandudno." 335 APARTMENTS. To all having Apart- ments to Let.—Do rot lose pounds by having your Apartments empty when for 13 <or three weeks 2s) you can have a 30 word advertisement in Lo^n Suburban newspapers circulate in Lr 'en c,uxurban districts which each year • h-vuf.ands of visitors to Southend ard hf-. Watering Places on the Coast. Name of papers: Layton, Leytonstone, West ^m, Wan- stead, Woodford Forest Late, Manor Park and Ilford EÃt-ess, and Independent. —Address, Publisher "Independent" Office, Leytonstone, Londcn, N.E. S08 THE WAR. A N Original Photograph taken by J. Kings! y, Photographer, Carnarvon, of Driver J. Williams, D.S.O., who dis- tinguished himself in locovering one of the lost guns in the Battle of Colerso, size 9 by 11 inches, for framing may be had for Is 6d post free. 387 REGISTRY OFFICE, 1 120, HIGH STREET, PORTMADOC. Y mae gan Mrs Humphreys leoedd da i Cooks, housemaids, waitresses, laundry maids, a generals, i enethod parchus. An- foner stamp am rcebiad. 324 MR JOHN HUGHES, ARCHITECT, SURVEYOR, AND CIVIL ENGINEER (Engineer for Pwllheli Pier), k PWLLHELI AND COLWYN PAY. HAZELMERE, LAWSON ROAD, COLWYN BAY. SALEM PLACE, PWLLHELI. 341 CYCLES, CYCLES, BARGAINS, 1500 CYCLES! Free to any address, the most interesting and complete list of 1,500 Machines POST FREE. Single Machine at Wholesale Trade Price. New and Secord-hand Machines frcm 30s each. 500 New, latest 1900, Gent's .'reumatic Safeties. Marvellous Prices. 500 Ladies' New, latest 1900 pat- tern—Single Machine at Wholesale Price. Write for large List. Post Free to any- one. Agents wanted. Marvellous Bar- gains. Send for List. WARRILOW & Co., Cycle Manufactures, Weston-super- mare, • -m — [SULPHATE OF AMMONIA. incomparably the Best and Cheapest form of Nitrogen and Ammonia. ,1IiV Produces LARGER Crops than are obtained from the fse of any other form of Artificial Nitrogen. See Beports of Experiments at Dalmeny (Nitieteentli Cmitury for November, 1899). Pre luces crops of HIGHER FEEDING VALUE than are obteinable by the use of any other Mpnure. Produces Roots and Tubers of conspicuously BETTER KEEPING QUALIT1Y than are srrown by any other nitrogenous manure. Produces BET fER QUALITY OF MALTING BARLEY than is obtained from the use of any other Manr-e tested at Rolhamsted. For Pampl^ets and ether information on the subject, apply to- I W- G. BT.AGDEN, Chairman,! ULPHATE of AMMONIA Committee, 4, Fenchnrnh Arenue, London, E. O. | DRUNKENNESS CURED without patient's knotrled^ It .s a safe acd Certain cure. Thou.sanaa have been cured and happiness restored in their families. Remedy sent post free for If Gd1.—Mr A. Courtney, Medical Botanist, Stafford House. Remedy sent post free for If Gd1.—Mr A. Courtney, Medical Botanist, Stafford House. ■IT, -z&:Portsznpu-Iu ,1 MESSRS W. DEW AND SON. t COUNTY OF CARNARVON. PARISH OF LLANBEBLIG. SALE OF THAT VALUABLE FREE- HOLD RESIDENCE AND LAND known as THE GLYNAFON ESTATE. MESSRS W DEW AND SON WIN OFFER FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION at the SPORTSMAN HOTEL, CARNARVON, on SATURDAY, MAY 5th, 1900, at TWO o'clock in the afternoon, the above FreeholdResidence and Land divided into lots as follows — a. r. p. Lot 1.—Glynafon Residence, Gardens, Carriage Drive, Shrub- bery, &c., Gardener's Cottage, Cowhouse, Stable, Coach House and Land. The residence is very comfortable and pleasantly situated, and is very substantial- ly built, and contains large En- trance Hall, Breakfast, Dining, and Drawing Rooms, Six Bed- rooms, Bath Room, and other Domestic Offices, and the Land attached is of superior quality. The views from here ar charm- ing, and the Property is conven- iently placed, as it is only about 3! miles from the Tpwn of Car- narvon, and within a few min- utes' walk of the Narrow Gauge Railway Station at Waenfawr, and there is good River and Lake Fishing in the neighbour- hood. The Water supply is ob- tained from the" Carnarvon Water Main, which runs through the property 13 3 6 Lots 2, 3, and 4. Valu- able Accommodation Lands or Building Sites, very pleasantly and conveniently placed, ad- joining Lot 1, and containing. 14 2 7 28 1 13 Particulars, Plan and Conditions of Sale may be obtained of Messrs Carter, Vincent, and Douglas Jones, Solicitors, Carnarvon and Bangor; at the Auctioneers' Institute, 57, Chancery Lane, London, W.C.; or of the Auctioneers, Wellfield, Bangor, and Trinity square, Llandudno. MR ROBERT PARRY. COUNTY OF CARNARVON. PARISH OF LLANRUG. SALE OF A VERY DESIRABLE FREE- HOED FARM. M ROBERT PARRY is instructed to SELL BY AUCTION, at the CAS- TLE HOTEL, CARNARVON, on SATUR- DAY, MAY 5th, 1900, at 2 p.m. (subject to conditions then and there to be read), all that FREEHOLD FARM called "Bryn- gwyn Bach," in the Parish of Llanrug, and now in the occupation of Mr R. Jones, con- taining by admeasurement 4 acres or there- abouts, with House and Buildings. This Farm is very conveniently situated within half a mile of Pontrhythallt Station and abuts on the High Road. The land is of a very good quality.- Immediate possession may be had. For further particulars apply to Messrs Lloyd George and George, Solicitors, Cric- cieth and Portmadoc; to W. Morris Jones, Solicitor, Portmadoc; or to the Auctioneer, 3, Salem terrace, Pwllheli. 358 PENYGROES. GWYLFA, SNOWDON STREET. Mae MR R. PARRY wedi ei gyfarwyddo ga» Mr J. T. Owen, am ei fod yn ymad- ael, i WERTHU AR AUCTION, yn y lie uchod, DYDD MAWRTH, MAI 8fed, 1900, yr holl STOCK-IN-TRADE, yn cynwys Grocery yn ei holl ganghenau, Ironmongery mewn amrywiaeth mawr, Car, Merlan, a Set o Harness, Chaff Cutter, Gwrtaith, &c., yn nghyda rhan o Ddodrefn y Ty. Telerau: Arian Parod. Yr Auction i ddechreu am 2 o'r gloch. 3, Salem terrace, Pwllheli. 359 MR. J. G. JONES. GLYNAFON TERRACE, WAENFAWR Bydd 1\1 R J. G. JONES yn GWERTHU AR c' 4 AUCTION, Dydd GWENER, MAI 4ydd, 1900, yr oil o DDODREFN Y TY, yn cynwys Piano, bron yn newydd; Cwpbwrdd Gwydyr, Cloc Mavi r, Gwlau, Byrddau, Cad- eirnu, Ornaments, &c., &c. Y Sale i ddechreu am 5 o'r gloch yn yf hwyr. Am fanylion pellach ymofvner a'r Ar- werthwr, Tower Buildings. 356 SALES BY MR D. M. ROBERTS. BERLIN HOUSE, PORTMADOC. .i-L-ORTANT SALE OF BUSINESS PREMISES. MR D. r. ROBERTS has been instructed to Sell by Public Auction, on the premises, on Friday, May 11th, 1900, at 1.30 p.m., subject to the' conditions of Sale to be then and there read. All that HOUSE AND SHOP, known as Berlin House, High street, P-)rt- madoc, now in the occupation of Mrs Ro- berts (who is leaving the neighbourhood). The above well-known and centrally-situ- ated Business Premises are held under lsase for an unexpired term of 33t years, at the annual ground rent of t5 4s. Immediate possession can be given. For further particulars apply to Mr D. M. Roberts, Architect and Surveyor, Conway, or to Messrs Jones & Jones, Solicitors, Port- madoc, or to vkessTs Lloyd George & George, Solicitors, Criccieth and Portmadoc. 372 CAMBRIAN RAILWAï QUARRYMEN'S DEMONSTRATION AT CARNARVON, MONDAY, MAY 7th, 1900. On the above date an Excursion will be run to CARNARVON as under: — Times of starting from Dyffryn, 7.20 a.m.; Llanbedr and Pensarn, 7.30, third- class return fare, 3s.; Harlech, 7.40; Tal- sarnau, 7.50, 2s 9d; Penrhvndeudraeth, 7.55.; Minffordd, 8.10; Portmadoc, 8.15; Criccieth, 8.25, 2s 6d. Returning from Carnarvon same day at 6.0 p.m. First-class Tickets issued at Double the Third-class Fares. Children under Three years of age, Free; Three and under Twelve, Half Fare. No luggage allowed. Further information regarding Excursion Trains and Tourist Arrangements on the Cambnan Railways can be obtained from Mr W. H. Gough, Superintendent of the Line, Oswestry. C. S. DENNlSS, General Manager. OswesUy, April, 1900.. | J. PARRY JONES. DINAM FAWR, CAE'RGEILIOG, ANGLESEY. IMPORTANT SALE OF LIVE AND DEAD FARMING STOCK, SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, &c. Vf R H. PARRY JONES has been L favoured with instructions by Mr Hugh Owen (who is giving up Farming), to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the above Farm (distance about It miles from Valley Station), on WEDNESDAY, May 9th, 1900, the whole of the FARMING STOCK, &c., comprising six fine Milch Cows (t calve about the date of Sale), four fine two year old Steers, five promising Yearlings, seven Sheep (some with Lambs), one Sow with Litter of Pigs, one strong useful Cart Mare (eight years old in foal), Horse Power, strong Cart and Frame, Cart Gear, Leading Gear, two sets of Plough Gear, Hay Rake, a fine Chaff Cut- ter (Cambri^), practically new, with all latest improvements; new Turnip Engine, Heel Rake, Hornsby Digger Plough (also with appliances for converting into Double Plough), Scotch Plough, Zig Zag Harrow, Wood Roller and Frame, a fresh Weigh- ing Machine (by Avery), new Turnip Drill, Mowing Machine (in good order), Pig Troughs, Sundry Tools, Churn with fit- tirgs, strong Dog Cart, the whole of the Dairy Utensils, and several other Sundry Lets, the selection of splendid and sub- stantial HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, comprise Walnut Frame Drawing-room Suite, Seven Pieces, in Crimson Velvet; Walnut Octagon Table, Overmantel, Coal Vase, Brass Rail Fender, Fire Brasses, Ashpans, a Square of Brussels Carpet with border, Skin Rug, Solid Oak Hall Stand with Brass Pegs, several fine Oil Paint- ings, all Brass Bedsteads, W ov Wire Mat- tresses, Wool Mattresses, prime Goose Feather Beds, several Brass and Iron Bedsteads and Palliasses, Pillows and Bolsters, Bedding, a beautiful solid Wal- nut Wood Bedroom Suite, comprising a superior 3ft. 6in. Wardrobe with shaped Bevelled Mirror Doors, Pedestal Cupboard Dressing Drawers, Marble Top Washstand with Towel Rail and Pedestal Cupboard combined, two Chairs, Toilet Glasses, Dressing Tables, Washstands, Toilet Ware, Tea Ware, Earthenware Loo Table, Lace Curtains and Poles, a fine old Oak Kitchen Dresser in good preservation, very old eight-day Clock, the appoint- ments of Kitchen, Pantry, Culinary Uten- sils, &c. Sale to commence at ELEVEN a.m. prompt.—For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer, Old Market place, Holyhead. 371 MARKET HALL YARD, HOLYHEAD. TO OAR OWNERS, HOTEL AND LIVERY STABLE PROPRIETORS. "ll/TR H. PARRY JONES has been in- iU structed to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION at the above Yard, on SATUR- DAY, May 12th, 1900, a Large and Varied Collection of Carriages, Cars, Spring Cart, New and Second-hand Harness, &c., comprising a Fine Rustic Gig. Lome Gig, several Strong Dog Carts, Waggonettes, Phsetons, Ralli Car, Market Oar, a Fine Brougham (in good order), Light-running Float, Spring Carts, Four Sets New Har- ness (various sizes), several Sets of Second- hand Harness, and several other sundry Lots. Persons wishing to include Lots for Sale at the above will please apply to the Auctioneer, Old Market place, Holyhead, before May 10th, 1900. 370 CARNARVON COUNTY SCHOOL. SUMMER TERM. THE School re-opens at the new premises, Bethel Road, Carnarvon, on 1st May, For further particulars apply to the Head Master or to the undersigned, J. HENRY THOMAS, Clerk to the Governors. Carnarvon, 30th April, 1900. BOROUGH OF PWLLHELI. fPHE Town Council of this Borough are *• prepared to receive applications for the following appointments, viz.: (A) Assistant Overseer and Collector of Poor and General District Rates. Annual Salary, £100. Age limited, 45. Guar- I antee £ 500. (B) Collector of Water Rates at a commis- sion of 7! per cent. on all collections up to R400, and 9 per cent. on all collections above that sum. Guarantee, R200. Applications endorsed "Collector," to be forwarded to me on or before the 7th day of May, 1900. Canvassing will disqualify candidates. EVAN R. DAVIES, Town Clerk. Pwllheli, 30th April, 1900. 384 CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS. On and after May 1st, Second Class Tickets at slightly above Third Class Fares will be issued between all Stations on the Cambrian Railways. C. S. DENNISS, General Manager. Oswestry, April, 1900. MRS J. KNIBBS, 280, HIGH STREET, BANGOR In retiring' from Business as a CHINA and GLASS DEALER, wishes to thank her numei I cos 'patrons for the generous support given to her during the long period she has been trading, and begs to inform them that she has DISPOSED OF THE BUSINESS aa a going concern to J. G. 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