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APOTHECARIES HALL, BANGOR. MR, It. HUGHES, Chemist, has a vacancy )?) {or an intelligent youth a* tn apprentice. t-ITANTKD. a Junior Assistant to the Dra- W peiy trade.- -Apply with reference to N. W., Post Office, Men.u Bridge. •7ANTE1), i\ C IT 11 ATE, for Lower yy Bangor. Thorough knowledge of Welsh and English required. Apply to the ROT. John Price, Vicar, Bangor. WANTED, a Resectable Married People. w the M ? Orwm and General Out-d"or Her- TMt where a (hdneT is kept, the Wife as Laundreaa. Apply to W, H.. Post Office, Bangor. WAXTKD Immediately, a CURATiC. where yV KnglUh aud NVelAlt are required. Stipend t80 per alln" It Apply to the Vicar of Llanidloes. h_ WASTED. a in the !)i!?'' of  i?n?' r. As he will have to ()ffiL.t9 in Welsh u4 Mn"U<h. he m?t ha Well .?u.uut?t with both !au- **M*'??t"t ?- \D" '))'v t« the I?T. the Hector, Llanaber, B?r- mouth.. tMNith. ? ?- ?-?"? '??. '?-?; L mEDIC.ÜPlI. WH. ?TE:')t?8)?. Blackburn. has a i Vt V.K.moy for a well educated youn? gentleman as above. ANT;) ;u all Indoor Servant, a yoiinjr V V Man who oau wait at Ttlilt) and d. the ordinary household work of a man servant. A satisfactory re- ference required.-Ap^ly tj IX e, at the o:lice of this paper- \\7"ANTEI). Two <Mi<?r<retic Men to solicit v, Orders for Two N'eNv Wel-ili Publications. To Com- petent P"rticR. a Liberal Sahtry wi!) be given. P' Apply peMon?Uy or by tftt?r to Mr. C A. Donaldson, Bookseller, 3, Bryn DinM Villas, CM Lh-pp?, Ranjor, -+-" WANTKD, a Book-keeper, in a wholesale and retail Drapery and Grocery Establishment, a thoroughly competent person to take charge of the Books one who has filled a similar situation preferred. None need apply but who can be well recommended by his last employer. -A I)ply to the Editor of this paper. SLATE QUARRIES. 11 TINTED, an experienced and practical W X kNA('BFt, for the Dorothea Slate Quarry. Applv to Mr. John Williams and Mr Thomas Lloyd Jones, Dorothea Office, Quay, Carnarvon. TO DRUGGISTS' ASSISTANTS. W\NTED Immp<U:?y. a COMPETENT W ASSIST <NT. He must be a good Dupenaer, and oed to all branch? ia the trade. A Churchman pre- f%"d' TnAress. (naming S?rT and Reference) R. I. Jones, Cumbrian Pill Depot. Tivmadoc, North NVales. TO BE LET for 12 Months-a FURNISHED ) HUUSE, delightfully situated in the best part of Upper Bangor, containing Two Sitting Room, and Fonr BedRooms, Store lloorn, Kitchen, and Scullery. Terms N per week. Apply to Mr. Daviee, Postmaster, Upper Bangor. TO HOTEL PROPRIETORS. 310 be Sold or Let. with immediate pos- i MMion, the BRITISH HOTEL, Bangor, North ?!e< The hou<e is most eligibly situated, and tioin^ a large Family, Commercial, and Posting business Full particulars may be obtained on making personal apphca- llw to the Proprietor, Mto: Wm. Dew, whose other public eajputements necessitate his relinquishing the business. FLINTSHIRE. TO GRAZTBRS, FARMERS AND OTHERS. TO be LET, "URYNGWYN," 109 acres, in j. splendid order, all having been boned; well adapted for a Cattle Salesman, being within a mile of Caerswys. "MAESYDDGWYNION." Ma. lr. 221> in the parish et Llanasa, in the holding of the Executors of Mr. Thos. Williams, lately deceased. Apply to Mr." Thomas Jones, Gyra, Llanasa. TO BE LET, For 6 Months from the Ist of September Next, AGENTLEMANS' RESIDENCE in the A Suburb!) of Beaumaria. commanding a splendid view of the Menai 8tr.ute and Carnarvonshire Mounfun. •outlining 3 Reception Rooms 9 Bedrooms, Kitchens, and every conyenionee suitable for a Oentleman's Family. Also, Stabling for 4 Horses, Coach House, laddock, and a well-stocked Garden. Apply to Andrew Laurie. Baron Hill, Beaumaris. -+ TO BE LET BY THE YEAR, A FURNISHED DETATCHED COTTAGE CONTAINING 2 good Sitting Rooms, 4 Bed- JWHIM, and 2 8ervant' Booms, Kiteh&n Pantries Coach-house, and Two-Stalled Sable. A good and prett Qarden the only land. ?; '?."??for Scenery. There is English Church Service within walking distance also, Fishing and Boating. ?p&ationtobem.detoMr. George McLean, Glan- Uyn, Pentrefelin. near Tremadoc. LLANRWST. TO be Let on I!uiMin? Leases of Ninety t Years, pl"ts of ground in CAER-GRAIG FieM. situ- ate in the centre of the Town, forming a new and most desirable principal street, with ingress and e.ressfrom Denbigh street, and also near the Victoria Hotel. There is a large and extensive Quarry of excellent build- ing stone on the Mostyn boundary of the field, now being quarried and worked in the erection of houses already commenced, aud open to the public at a moderate price per load or by measure. For particulars, apply to Mr. Thomas Davies, Builder. tc., Denbigh Street, Llanrwst. August 24th, 1864. LLANFAIRFECHAN. NORTH WALES, MIDWAY BETWEEN CONWAY AND BANGOR. TO LET, for a period of One, Two. or Three Ye?rs thene?y erect?i Villa Residence,  ?,G?u VILLA, containing three large and lofty Reception Rooms, five commodious Bedrooms, two a?vMt8' Bedrooms, Bath Room and Watei Closet, &c,, Asuding on its own groun& of over one Acre, t?tef?uMy laid out and ornamentally planted, with the ?ntae<- of Seabathine which is within two mmuts walk. This Elegant Villa, *ituate on the M^ia Straits, com. mands delightful views of Anglesey, Puiffn y Island, &c. For further parti¡'"bN, apply to Mr. Thomas Atkinson, builder, penmaeu Lodge, Uanfairfechan; Me. Light- body and Boult, Kst.ü Agents, No. 1, Derby Square, Castle Street, Liverpool; or to W. Y. H?d?te, ?Esq., CtVtt Engineer. Bangor. NORTH WALES. COEDM AWR. —Delightfully situate in the t 7 mcture<f]ue Vale of Conway, 4 miles from the Station and only 7nu? from w?nng t?e of LIandudn-. A modem family residence ?- ??hS e t by a i.r.?te carriage drive of i a mile long from the ?', ?'?-'o there i. a neat lodge entrance. It ?"f?Cr'omy attics, 5 best bedrooms, d.ning and S? rooms, each 22ft. by Mft.. breakfast room and ?'??S"e  ?Minx for 4; horses, co?h-house. cow- houSse pig^erv kc\ Excellent water laid on the top of h?.?.' ?±i7d?i?. f?t Office in ViU? Gardens and surrounding grounds, "nd 40 acre. of ri(,hly wooded emture and ariti)lo Sahnon and Trout fishing in the  Tti?) house and groun". to be Ut for 5 or 7 yez?t-4 at C100 per annnm; the land (optiou. ??.er ?cretm.ued?te po??ion m..y t? had of the honse, The laml can be had by giving a short notice io the present tenant. Rates lvery moùemte) aud taxes to be paid by the tenant. _—— Square M.?; gilt. & omMiMt? boards, 3s.6d THE RUINED CASTLES OF NORTH WALES. Illustrated with Photographs by BICDFORD, SICDAYIELD and AMBROSE, of Conway, Carnarvon, Denbigh, JlaHecn, Beaumaris, aud Khuddlan Parties. London ALF&W W. BgssMT, 5, Bihopepte Street, Wabot. SALES BY MR. WM. DEW. SALE OF FREEHOLD HOUSES IN UPPER BANGOR. MR. WILLIAM DEW WILL SELL BY PURLIC AUCTION. At the BRITISH HOTEL, B10301*, on SATUUD.w, the Twenty-seventh day of August next. at Four o clock in the afternoon, in such Lot U may be determined on at the hour of Sale, and subject toComlitions of Sale to be then produced THUS;; ?v?) Eligible FREEHOLD HOUSES, TI?ii,)wn:is N,4. 2.4.G.8. 10, 12, and 14, Vron Square, Upper Rancor. The Pro'»is»\H are Let to Tenants from year to yeir, at rents of i'i> 10s. per annum. For further particulars ap-dv to Mos^r^. Roberta, Bar- her, and Hii<hes, Solicitors, Uan^or; or to tho Auctioneer, at the British Hotel, Bangor. BV-AUMARIS. BY ORDER OF THE MORTGAGEES. 7'0 BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY mi. WM. r>v:\v On MONO VV file 29th of August inst., and not on S.VTOR- DVV the nh dav of Aivrust, an previously advertised, at ) o'clock in the afternoon, at the Liverpool Arms Hotel, tteu«mati», rnni.; following <1?)n1'!? Frf-ch?d amL I.e?-L-ho?] JIIO¡lwnt, 'M?ncb'. M?'c" frcehf.I? houses, wIt))thRlr?))tU?-n??"st'u.)teinKo??rvLM)o )?.mt«ari.<.n'fo<- i.'toint!:)'or?'p!tt)onof.t)r.).]ch!t)"?t Hn?he". aud nthex. and pro(lndn a net ?nnu'.d rent of ("<? or thereabouts; aud two )e?soho)<) houxe?. hut recently erected, sitiiate in Alma Str«<:t, producing the net annual relit of t.7, or therû"IHI\ItR. und held for a Win, of which 11) Years and upwards are now unexpired. The property will be sold in such lots as may be deter- mined upon, and subject to such conditions as may be pro- duced at the time of Hale. The house, in Aliii,4 Street adjoin, and one of them fronts the Menai Straits, and commands beautiful views of the Snowdon range of mountains. For further particulars apply to Messrs. It-iberts, Barber, and Hughes, Solicitors, Bangor; or to the Anctioneer, British Hotel, Bangor, PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. SALE of ELIGIBLE FREFAIOII) lANlJ near Carnarvon. MR. W DEW. Has received instructions to SELL BY AFCTfON. early in September (unless previously disposed of by private Contract). WHAT beautifully situated FREEHOLD 1 FARM called PENYnKU.l. near Carnarvon, in LoU, Full particulars of which will duly appear in a future ad- vertisement. BANGOR. IMPORTANT TO HOTEL KEEPERS. STAGE- COACH PROPRIETORS & OTHERS. MR. W. DEW Has received instructions from Mr. Edward Humphreys, of the Royal Hotel. Carnarvon (in consequence of his having stopped the Pwllheli Coach), TO SELL BY AUCTION, At the MART attached to the BRITISH HOTEL, Bangor, on the 9th of September next, r1 pWELVE well Seasoned COACH HORSES, and TWO VERY COMMODIOUS OMNIBUSES in good condition.. Full descriptions will be given in Catalogues. IMPORTANT TO FLOCK MASTERS. Sale of lIiglt Class Pure Bred SHROPSHIRE DO WN EWES, EWE and RAM LAMB S, A- c. MR. W. DEW, Begs to intimate that he has received instructions from W Hayward, Esq., of PENBRYN SEIONT, Carnarvon. TO SELL BY AUCTION, At the MART attached to the BRITISH HOTEL, Bangor, on FRIDAY, 9th September, 1864, commencing at One o'clock,  ?' SPLENDID PURE BRED Shropshire Down Ewes. 13 Ditto EWE LAMBS. 3 RAM LAMBS. 1 YEARLING RAM. TIIE above are descended from the cele- i. brated Flocks of Lord Wemlock. Messrs. Crane and Bowen, and well sustain the high character of this greittly prized Breed. ?e?'"?e\old in Pens of Five each, and the Rams separately. PRELIMINARY ADVERTISEMENT. Attractive Sale of Pure Bred SHROPSHIRE DOWN PRIZE SHEEP, Superior Cart Horses, Implements in Husbandry, Hay, 'c, at FFRIDDOr,D-D. MR. W, DEW, Has been favoured with instructions from ArcMmld Priee, Esfi., (who is declining iarming) to SELI, BY o\UUTIOX, the latter end of September, at FFRIDDOKDD, Bangor, THE whole of his celebrated Shropshire Down Flock, and Superior Farming Stock. Further particulars will appear in future Advertise- ments. m ?e whole will be minutely described in Catalogues. SEASIDF, FREEHOLD BUILDING SITES FOR SALE AT LLANFAIRFECHAN. MR, WILLIAM DEW Has received instructions from Mr. E. Ellis, Juu., to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, At theLlanfairlechan Hotel, Llanfairfechan. on Thursday, the 29th of September, 18(;4, commencing at Two o'clock in the afternoon, (subject to the Conditions then and there produced), _4. T? TPWARDSoH.MO Square Y?Ms 01 m?s? charmingly situated ?E??'D?ILDINGSITE. at the rapidly increasing and d^crvedlypoi.uai^to- inc Place. Llanfairfechan, Conway, divided into Ten Lots, comm?udingi.nMFront?eh.theB.ty. In order to secure uniformity of de?n and the erec tion of that style of House com.nen?Mte with the re- nnirements of this favourite and fashionable locality, ? and Etev.tion..?? First Class Terrace have been d ? out, and with this object the usual BmMm, Cove- ns will be introduced into the Condit.ous of Sale. LithographHI Plans, and full Particulars, may be had at thMe 'S?" ? Holels in North W?M, the Hotel, U?- fairfechau and the British Hotel, Bangor, at which latter nlacc the proposed Elevations may also be seen. ?r further particulars apply ^Vont Powell, Solicitors, Carnarvon. M.. R. D.tvie? Erw Gron, Llanfairfechan, and the Auctioneer, Bangor. SALE BY MESSRS. DAVIES & ARMOR. FREEHOLD LAND FOR SALE, GWYTHERIN, DENBIGHSHIRE. TO BE SOLIT BY AUCTION, At the BIILL INi, in Denbigh, on WEDNESDAY, the 31st day of August, 1864, at 4 p.m., BY MESSRS. DAVIES AND ARMOR, THE following property, m the fol¡owin or such other lots, and subject to such conditions as xhnU be determined at the Sale. ah  Lot 1. -A very desirable dwelling house and a Shop, with a good stable, warehouse and out-buildings and a large gkirdeu ittt?teiied, in the occupation of Mn>. Jane Hughes, situate in Gwytherin, w f iere she carries on a 0 ti trade it being the only shop in the village and 4 dwe.l?ing?hou,?ie's with gardens attached. in the oc- cupation of David Roberts, William Jones, Henry Jones, and John Williams; and another dweUing-holl.e and gai- ?n held by William HugheB,U situate in the village i ÓwythÚin. 0fLoI ?T?rmanAl? called Ty newydd y Pon- nant, hld by Margaret Williams, widow, situate in the parish tf G^herin, about a mile and a half from the village amI containing together 124 acres, 2 roods and 32 Ses iilcluding a quillet of half an acre in the lauds of f^ird Newboroueh. The homestead, with suitable out, bldi^TS onthe level of the valley, surrounded ?K.??..?ft<???? ?!?? ?'?' an excellent state of cultivation and management, and the remainder of the farm, lying close and adjoining", con j sists of about 7H acres of capital hill pasture, well feuoM in, and about 13 acres of it is now cultivated with a erol-ol of oats. Close adjoining are the open common wastes d('j the parish, on which valuable rights of sheep pasture ex- ist attached to the property. To a sportsman, this may be attractive, as grouse abouudon tlie..4a mountain wastes; and on their inclosure, the owner of this property will bo entitled to allotments of them. The grouse are also found on the hill pasture, and the property ha,s good hare and patridge shooting. the exception of the portions abutting on the com- mon land, the property is surrounded by the estates of William Hanmer, Esq., Lord Newborough, Miss Edward and Mr. Evan Jones. (iwytheriii is distant 1; miles from Llanvwst, and 12 miles from Denbigh-both excellent market towns, ami to which railways are opened, connecting them with Cheater and Liverpool by the Cheater and Holyhead Rail* ways. The tenant of Ty newydd y Tenn^nt will show the pro- perty, and further information m iy be had from Ivr; Mr. William Jones, Merddvn. ttwytherin or Mr Richard William*. Solicitor, Valv Street, lXm!>i^h, with whom a map of the proj»erty may be soon. SALE BY MR. THOMAS HEALING. t u_o. _0"- At PLAS LLEWELYN, pear RHYL. f > An Extensive and Unreserved StIle of super top Household Furniture ond effjetx, includinjt a Drawing R •■»/», Su>fj of Ric'i ll>se>c:.od, th\, property of (Trias Bromley, Esquire, who is chanying his resilience. Mil. THOMAS H HAL ING Has tho pleaiureto anuouneo that lie has been instructed TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, On THURSDAY, the 1st S -piemli/r, 1854. at 12 o'clock most punctually (un account of the great number of Lots) at the residence known as 1'LAS Lf,&WELY.Y, with- in half a mile from the town of Rhyl,— rnilE Valuable Household Furniture. Fire £ Proof Engravings and Pictures, Dinner, Dessert, and Tea and Coffea Services of China, Cut Glass, Plated Articles, and all other effects, embracing the contents of 7 principal aud Secondary Bed Chambers, Drawing Room, Dining Room and lSrea'kfast Room, Parlour Articles, together witn the whole of the Kitchen requisites, and other useful family effect*, the whole of which are nearly now and in fine condition. Full and more enlarged particulars will be given in the Catalogues, The whole to be viewed on Wednesday, the 31st inst., when Catalogues may bo had on the prenaiics, and at the Office of Mr. Thomas Healing, Auctioneer, George Hotel, Queen Street, Kliyl. PRELIMINARY NOTICli. SALE OF FREEHOL.) HOWJE PROPERTY IN THE TOWN OF DENBIGH. MESSRS DAVIES AND ARMOR Have received instructions to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, At the Royal Oak Inn, Denbigh, on Wednesday, Sep- tember 21st, 1864, at Four o'clock in the afternoon; FREEHOLD Public Houses, Shop aud Cot. tages, comprising of the Star Inn, occupied by Mr. H, Hughes the adjoining Shop, and two Cottages at the.1 back, situated in High-street; the Red Lion lun, Bridge. street, now converted into a Dwelling-house and Shop, ill the occupation of Mr. Samuel Atkins and 16 Cot- tages in Panton Hall. Full particulars will appear in future advertisements, and any further information can be had of Mr. J. Parry Jones, Solicitor, Denbigh or of Messrs. Davies and Armor, Auctioneers, Denbigh. Denbigh, August 24th, 18(H. AT RHYL. An Extensive Sale of most desirable and Eligibly Freehold Building Land, subdivided into 38 Lots, part in Front to the Promenade in Rhyl, and the remainder immediately adjoining there- to. to. MR. THOMAS HEALING Respecfully intimates that he has been instructed by the representatives of the late Mr. John Roberts, of the Abbey, near Rhuddlan, TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, In the Tows HALL, in the town of Rhyl, on FRIDAY, the 23rd September, 1864. at 2 o'clock for 3 in the After. noon most punctually, subject to such conditions of Sale as will be then produced,— A Qmtntity of most eligible Fl'eebold nuiJ.d- Aing Lan?, divided into 38 Lots, part of which fronts the Promenade in Khyl, and the remainder having a frontage to a street of Fiften yards wide, and immedi- ately adjoining the above mentioned property, is so situ- ated that in future years it will stand where tho greatest I I amount of business will be concentrated ana wmeuou in the town of Rhyl, and where other business matters will arise and spring into existence, and add, and give further value to property in this particular locality; and Rhyl standing uurivalled as a first-class watering place, and pre-eminent for its public spirit in carrying out the various improvements in progress, and already effected, opens a wide Held for speculators iu Land and Buildings and looking at the different and varied arteries in regard to Railway communication now seen to be pushing forward from various quarters in the direction of Rhyl, at once proves it is becoming a place of great growing repllte, thus stimulating enterprising and speculative minds iu to energetic actiou. Lithographic Plans of the Plopcrtv aa laid out are in course of preparation, and may be had prior to the Sale, on application to Mr Price Morris, Solicitor, Denbigh; cr at the Office of Mr. Thomas Heiding, Auctioneer, George Hotel, Queen Street. Rhyl. SALES BY MESSRS. OWEN AND SON.  Very Important Sale of GROWING CROPS, ?., at -O?-M Gwyn in the Parish of Pen- mynydd, in the County of Anglesey. Messrs. E. HUGH OWEN anrl SON Are favoured with instructions to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at Dyffryn Gwyn aforesaid, on TUESDAI NEXT, August 30th, 18154, commencing at 12 o'clock at Noon, 1 _L_1..t. THE whole of the extensive ana vaiuame CROPS of WHEAT, BARLEY, OATS, and POTA- TOES, in various sized Lots. Also, several Tons of Prime NEW HAY. The whole may be viewed with the permission of the Farm Bailiff. Credit will be given upon approved Se- curity. Bridge Street, Carnarvon, August 22nd. 1864. GREAT SALE AT BANGOR. TO PRIVATE FAMILIES, HOTEL KEEPERS, AND THE PUBLIC, A large and varied assemblage of CHINA, CUT GLASS, ORNAMENTAL and useful items. MESSRS. r, HUGH OWEN AND SON Have received instructions from Messrs. H. 'Valtol1 and Co Hanley, Potteries, t.?ELLBYAL?ii'?. in Market Hall, onMoud.y. Tue?y, and Wed- nesday, August 20th, 30th, and ;!I:!t. 18M, AN extensive, ra,ried, and Valllable Stock of CHINA. OUT GLASS, ORNAMENTS, PARIAN, and RTONE WARE. A magnificent range of best dinner services, enamelled in red, green, and maroon, with flowers and other interesting designs, adapted to 12, 18 and 24 persons several plainer dinner services, in convenient sizes for family use, A profusion of dessert services, richly grounded in maroon, green, mazarine blue, and Alhambra patterns, gilded and artistically enriched with nor.J and Jandscape paintings. Breakfast, ?and coffee services, of the purest tmnspareut china, re?en?nn.htrusive? well as elaborate patterns, n?en?urp?iugiy he¡¡ubful. Doubte and  SstviceT appr"priate for principal and secondary aparlments, and a!onlillg ample choice in the latest producti,)iii;, will he found designs after Flitxnian and othcr ü1<Ü,,(mt artists. A choice display of ,r entitl eleg.u.ei?. tho more )"-?"?"   highly firiisbeti groups and statuettes, Bohemian and French Vases, ami lustres of the most tastelui! :h??r. Richly cut g? in '?,?n ?erry, claret, champagne sh?es, tumbles, c. ofto. Sc., «c A fine di.p!av of ,?pier.n..chete? .md othe trays, rÍ<:h _1 gil-t e ight-dåy Tiiii-f,,I)- uuder "L'S's .1411:itlc. i  Jug., tea and coffee pots, &e.. aud ,t variety of other mhcellanieB. May be viewed each morning of sale between the hour, of 9 and 12. Sale to commence each day at 1 o'clock and 6. Experienced Packers will be in &twudmoo." SALE BY tMR. G. FELTON. LLANDUDNO. Valuable and Important LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES for SALE, comprising Two Commodious Houses in Nevill Crescent, fronting the Bench, and One in North Parade, adjoining the Post Office. AIR, GE0R9K FELTON, Respectfully announces that he has received instructions from the Assignees under a Deed of Assignment to SELL B? AUCTION, At the ROYAL HOTKL, in the Town of Llandudno on VPKDSfirtiuv, the 31st day of August. 18!>4, at 3 o'clock in the Afternoon, and subject to Conditions, (unless disposed of in the meantime of which duo notice will be given,) fin HE fn1!nwilll! most desirable and eligible LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES. vi. Lots 1 and 2. All those Two Superior Residences known as Not. 9 and 10, Neville Crescent, containing each Spacious Entrance Hall aud Staircase, 4 Lofty Entertaining Rooms, 11 Bed- rooms. 2 Water Closets, Servants' Hall, Kitchen Scullery, ttatlcr's Chiaa and Store Pantries, &-c., and Garden at .'jjftk, W«ter«M4atli!id OD ""tance. Lot* friMfi p-vrt. of a-hnnd«mrto -ermcent -of Houses recently erected, fronting the centre of the Bay, 1 and thus commanding the finest views of the two Orms- heads and the entire sweep of the Bay. "hey' are second to none in the town either in point of substantiality, con- venience, or situation, and arc now occupied by most re- spectable tenants. The Property is held under Leases .or 1 98 Years from the 25th of March, 1802, at all Annual Grouii(I iezit of i9 19.4. 0.1. each House. Lot 3. A Commodious First Class Dwelling Home known as thf,. Lji)w in the occupation of Mr. Brentnall, situate in North Parade, Llandudno, and adjoining the Post Office, containing 4 fine Sitting Rooms, with 13ity Window to e?ch, 12 ?edroonM, besides Attics, 2 Water Closets, Hous"maids' CloseW, Servants Hall and Sittinb Clomet, I l,)ii4-inititis' (!Ii)serk, Conveniences. This I?.t is 8inl11arly advantageous as to situation, having an extensive frontage to Olndlb.eth Street, and fino Sea Views from all the entertaining Rooms, and being also in close proximity to the principal Public buildings in the Town, and the leading business Sholm. Lot 4. A remarkably advantageous leasehold Business Pre- mises and Dwelling House known as BrNGLEY HOUSE, situate in Mostyn Street, the leading thoroughfare of this most thriving town, and adjoining the St. Georges Hall, the Market Hall being in the immediate neighbour- hood. These premises are now in the occupation of Mr. Wm Allen, Upholsterer aud Cabinet Maker, and com- prises the following accommodation^ Shop with extensive p]ate glass front, with Show-room and Workshop behind, private eutrance, sitting room, 2 drawing rooms, nuiner- ous bedrooms, aud all requisite domestic othccs. The property is held under a lease for 99 years, recently commenced at a small ground rent. The Property is held under a Lease for 99 Years from the 29th day of September, 1860, at an Annual Ground j. Rent of £ 12 12s. Ud For all particulars prior to the Day of Sale, application may be made tit Messrs. W. II, Reece and Farrant, Solici- tors, or to Mr. George Felton, Auctioneer and Surveyor, Mostyn Esttte Offices, all of Llandudno. LLANDUDNO. SAT,F, of a Desirable LEASEHOLD HOUSE, 3 COT- TAGES. and li ACRE of LAND on the South Side of the Hill, immediately opposii iphe Royal Hotel. MR GEORGE FELTON, .Has been instructed by the Executors of the late Mr. Roger Lester to SELL BY AUCTION, At the RCYAL HOTEt" in the Town of Llandudno, an WEDNEBDH, the 31st day of August, 1864, at 4 o clock in the Afternoon, and subject toCon.ditionato be there read, A?'Most e!imb)c LEASEHOLD PROPERTY, A known a?ODNANT COTTAGE, which, with its Grounds and 3 Smaller COTTAGES, copies li ACRE of LAND, in the most sheltered and commanding posi- tion in the town. the House contains 3 Sitting Rooms, 5 Bedrooms, 2 Attics, Kitchen, Scullery, Washliouse, and other Conven- iences. with Front and Garden Entrances. it is surround. ed by Ornamental Gardens and Grounds, arranged in terraces and planted, and which, at a small outlay in the construction of a Road, might be rendered available as beautiful Building Sites, The whole Property is held under a Lease for Lives, of which Two, aged 37 and 41 respectively now survive, and 21 Yea rs afterwards, the Annual Ground Rent bemg tl 3s. Od. onl For p articulars prior to the Sale, application may be made to Mr. Wm. Hughes, Solicitor, 1, Castle Street, Con- way, or to Mr. George Felton. Auctioneer and Surveyor, Mostyn Estate Offices, Llandudno. I LLANDUDNO. Attractive Sale of Genuine jlfodern Household Furniture, Pianoforte, Splendid Brussels and Tapestry Carpets, Superior Bedding, and otter Miscellaneous Effects. MR. GEORGE FELTON, Has been instructed by Mr. W oolmer, who is relin- quishing the premises, to SELL BY AUCTION, 011 the premises known as KltONOS HOUSE, Mostyn- street, Llanduduo, on Thursday, the let September- 1864,- THE Whole of the Valuable and Substan- IL tial Household Furniture, consisting of Sitting- room, Dining and Drawing-room Suites, in mahogany and walnut wood, upholstered in damask and hair cloth; handsome new Brussels Tapestry and Kidderminster floor and stair Carpets, elegant Pier Glasses, easy rocking and occasional Chairs. A cottage Pianoforte by Stod- art," in mahogany case. Sets of polished, birch, maho- gany, metallic, and painted Bedsteads, draped in damask and dimity. Prime Feather Beds; hair, wool, and other Mattresses; handsome Bedroom suites; toilet services, glasses, and other bedroom appendages. Kitchen and cooking utensils and requisites. China, glat'.s and earthenware, and numerous other valuable effects, the whole of which will be more ptrticularly described in Catalogues, and may be bad a few days previous to the Sale, on application to the Auctioneer, or on the pre- mises. Sale to commence at Twelve for half-paat, promptly. LLANDUDNO. BY ORDER OF THE MORTGAGEE. MR. GEORGE FELTON Will sell by Public Auction, at the Queen's Hotel, Llan- dudno, on THURSDAY, the 15th day Of SL?PT.EMBER next, at 3 o'clock,— rrI iHOSE Two eligible Leasehold Cottages, in _L the occupation of Mr. Hugh Jones and Mrs. Mar- caret Jones, widow, at the annual rents of 213 10s. and situate (neiir the Church Walks) upon the road leading to th"- Lltin(Iiitlno At()Ilnt-,tin. The premises are held for a tenn of years, whereof 62 are now unexpired, at the low ground rent of k5 per an- num. For further particulars apply to Messrs. Roberts, Bar- ber, and Hughes, solicitors, Rangor, or to the Auctioneer at the Estate Offices, Llandudno. MR. JOSEPH JONES, Deceased. PURSUANT to the Statute 22nd and 23rd Victoria, Chap. 35, intituled An Act to further amend the Law of Property, and to relieve Trustees," NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That all persons having any claim against the Estate of JOSEP11 JONF., late of Maesgwilvm, in the Parish of Rhuddlan, in the County of Flint, farmer (who died on the 1st day of July. 18(54, and whose Will was proved in the District Registry at Saint Asaph, attached to Her Majesty's Court uf Prolmte, on the 18th day of July, 18M, by the Reverend Owen Jones, Incumbent of Pentre- voelus. in the County of Denbigh, the Executor nainedin the said Will), are required to send the particulars of such claims or demands to the said Executor, at his residence, Bron Eglwys, Pentrevoelas,, on or before the 1st day of October next, after which time the said Executor will proceed to distribute the-Assets of the Testator among the parties entituled thereto, having reo gard only to the claims which shall be justly due and owing, and of which the Executor shall then have received notice. U°riaSii this sixteenth day 7 of August, 1864*  PWEN JONES, Bleatmi GRIFFITH DAVIES, DRAPERY AND GROCERY ESTABLISHMENT, BANGOE. NEW FRUIT. JUST RECEIVED, THE FIRST IMPORTATION OF VALENCIA RAISINS. THE QUALITY IS EXCEEDINGLY GOOD, CURRANTS may be expected in about a fortnight. The Crop is large and very fino  1, t S [I LNl E N"r. BOOT A N D S H 0 ? EST A B L I S H M E N T, 304, HIGH STREET, BANGOR, TSAAC ROBERTS begs to inform his Customers, Visitors, and the pnMicin ?cncrd, that t_ hehMcon?tmtty onh.?d?I?e ?..rtment ofL?Aiea', Gentlemen' "A Chihlren's. Boot nnd Shoe., bot.. French and Engiith. in every variety outed to the requircmenta of the Season, and of the LAi? 1 FASHIONS, Gentlemen leaviug their Orders can rely on obtaining a really First-class article, at a lodemto Price. ELECTION OF LOCAL B JARD OF HEALTH.   DISTRICT OF BETHE3DA, &S?S T DO Hereby CM-fifv. that the t?ct?n of the Members of the Local j. ? I Bo? )f Health, i,i? the District of Bothesda, ijpis been conducted in conformity <??M!?r??? with tho Provisions of th. P.thUc He?th Act, 1848?1 .?d 1? Vc. b.<.) ? Loc? ?. "? ?? Government Act, 1858 (21 and 22 Vic. cap, 98,) and that t? cu:nea couta?ed M the .?;.?? ?t3?&' &hedule hereunto written are true. — Number of votes }Lmes N?mexofPeMona BOTid0Me | Quality0rCa"iUg gi*f Nommated _— <^ PerM? Elected Fil nci.,l HrynderwelT Gentleman !<•> Decimal to Aa J V H. Williams Old Ihnk, Bangor Ditto » George Twie Brynllwyd Q""rry Agent 27 Rev. John Morgan Ogwon Terrace Clergyman 81 John M?he. io 'u, Hotel Kee?r 184 Thomas Morris Brynteg Pautreiniog Quarryman 20o Ric)?n)Wi))iam. Bethes? f"vlitto 122 Griffith Jones Ditto D'?o  R?D..vic. Ditto n-'u?.? 131 Tho?P.? 8, Ogwen Terrace ?"? 2? Evan K o b ert. Evan Roberts (?rue?h Draper 286 Evan Robert. Eli"T one" Vict.>ri" Innkeeper 31 Rev* Joh^Evans M^oc. Uanllechid cSerS 303 Zacharia J""C" Pia. y PistiU Independent 240 Zacharia Jones H\lh Owen ?ethe?)? Postmaster 131 David Grmh Llwynpenddu Farmer 23" Hugh Thomas Caellwyngrydd Joiner 218 Hugh Thom88 ————— Given under my hand this Twenty-Sixth ^a^ofAugust^liW4, WILLIA.%L YOUNG HARDIE. Returning 0fIi_. Sales by Messrs. CHUHTON & ELPHICK. RHYL. Sale of FREEHOLD BUILDING LAND on the south side of Wellington-road, near Warren- street, in the rapidly improving town of Rhyl, in seven lots, with immediate possession. Messrs. CHURTON and ELPHICK Have been instructed to submit to SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the Tows HALL, in Rhyl. on TUESDAY, the 20th day of September, 1864, at 4 for 5 o clock in the Afternoon, in the Lots set forth in the particulars of Sale, or in such other and in such order as the ven- dor or his agents may determine upon at the time of sale, and subject to such conditions as will then be pro- duced, SEVERAL very valuable Pieces or Parcels ? of BUILDING LAND, fronting WeHington-ro?d and to a new street now being formed on the pro erty, and which have been most judiciously laid out for build- The Wellington-road is the mMn thoroughfare from the town of Rhyl to the New Bridge and Harbour at the Voryd, which tends much to enhance the value of all Land in that locality. N B —Printed particulars with plans may be had, and any other information which may be required, upon appli- cation to Mr. T. Gold Edwards, Solicitor, Denbigh Mr. Bowen, Surveyor, Rhyl; or from Messrs. Churton and Elphick, Auctioneers, Cheater. RHYL, NORTH WALES. Important Sale of very valuable Freehold Build- in] Land, near to the Railway Station, and several Quillets of Freehold Land at the east end of Rhyl, suitable for Brick-making ground. Messrs. CHURTON an,1 ELPHICK Have the pleasure to announce that they will SELL BY A UCTION, on TUESDAY, the 20th day of September, 18CA at One for Two o'clock, p.m. punctually, at the TOWN HALL, in Rhyl, in the lots set forth in the print- ed particulars and plans of Sale, or in such other lots and in such order as the Vendors Agents may deter- mine at the time of Sale, aud subject to conditions then to be produced, the undermentioned pieces of very valu- able Freehold Building Land a rŒUE of BUILDING MND. extending N from the rear of the Beo Hotel. and fronting the Railway Station, extending to Elwy-street. containing ill the whole 3r. 20p., or 4,233 square yards. A piece of BUILDING LAND, situate between Glan- morfa and the Railway, and extending from Elwy-street to Ffynnon-Groyw-street, and containing in the whole3a. Ir. 4p., or 15,851 square yards. A piece of BUILDING LAND, on the west side of Ffvnnon-Groyw-street, extending from St. Mary s Roman catholic Chapel to the Railway, and containing in the whole 2a. 3r. tip., or 13,491 square yards. Also, Four several pieces of LAND, called" Quillets." situate in the fields on the east side of the Vale Road, each of which will form a separate Lot. The Lands near to the Railway Station and in Ffynnon- Groyw-street are admirably adapted for Buildingpurposes, and for the most part command fine views of the Vale of Clwyd the Quillets form good Building sites, and it is believed contain excellent brick clay, now much in de- man. Printed particulars, with lithographic plans, with other information may be had from Messrs. Helpti and Parker, Solicitors, Chester; or from Messrs. Churton and Elphick, Auctioneers, Whitchurch (Shropshire), and Chester. DENBIGHSHIRE. FREEHOLD FARM, NEAR TO LLAN- RWST, CONWAY, & LLANDUDNO. Sale of a delightfully situated Freehold Mountain FARM, in the parish of Eglwys Bach, near the river Conway, eight miles from Conway, five from Llanrwst, and about ten from Llall- dudno, extending to nearly 55 acres, well worthy the attention of purchasers in search of a salubrious, retired, and pleasant Farm, amidst fine mountain scenery and pure sea air, for a summer residence. Messrs. CHURTON and ELPHICK Have to announce that they have been instructed to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the Queen Hotel, Llan- dudno, on WEDNESDAY, the 21st Septemher, 1864, at Three for Four o'clock, p.m., most punctually, in One Lot, and subject to conditions of Sale then to he pro. duced,- A VERY compact and desirable FREEHOLD FARM called "FRON," in the parish ef Eglwys Bach, in the county of Denbigh, about eight miles from Conway, five from Llanrwst, and ten from Llandudno, within about two miles from Tai-y-Cafn station, on the Llandudno, Conway, and Llanrwst Railway, The I arm contains in the whole 54a. 2r. 37p, comprehending a farmhouse, outbuildings, and other erections, and several pieces of land, woods, and plantations, in the holding of Mr Robert Jones, as tenant from year to year. The situation is one of the most beautiful in the V ale of Llanrwst, which embraces some of the grandest scenery in North Wales. The Farm is bounded by the estates I ¡¡nd plantation of William Hanmer, &'1" proverbial for heir b u ty. The Estate offers to the care and toil-worn merchant or man of business an opportunity for relaxation and revigo- ration amidst the finest scenery in North Wales, such as seldom occurs. Printed Particulars with plans may be had from Messrs. Helps and Parker, Solicitors. Chester, or from Messrs. Charton and Ephick, AucUoueav, Whitchurch (Shrop- shire), and Chester. SALE BY MR. DAVID MORRIS. MERIONETHSHIRE. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, At the BULL HOTEL, BALA, by Mr. HUBERT DAVID MORRIS, on THURSDAY, the 4th of August, 1864, AT 9 o'clock in the Afternoon, (unless previously dispoeed of by Private Contract, of which due Notice will be given) subject to Conditions then aud there to be pro- duced, A J.L that Farm and Lands called MAES- AL TAIL, situate in the Parish of Lhmydl, in the aud County, in the occupation of Edward Jones, as yearly tenant, containing 148 acres or thereabouts of Arabto and Pasture Land. Together with about 100 acrell ot Mountain Land, where Grouse are in abundance. This Farm is conveniently situated close to the Turnpike Road leading from Bala to Festiniog, distant about 7 miles from former, and 11 from the latter. 18 well worth the attention of Capitalists, as it is supposed to contain rich Lime Rocks, and other M ineral s. It also affords a splendid site for a Villa, having a south east aspect, and a fine view down the Valley of Tryweryn, and within a convenient distance of the contemplated Line of Railway from Bala to Featiniog Slate Quarries, and thence to Portmadoc and Porthyn- llaen, which it will have to pass, and a Station wiU be erected very near this Farm. The Property is capable of great improvement, being now let at a very low rent, and ita value may be greatly enhanced at a trifling outlay. The Property affords good Grouse, Patridge, and Hare Shooting. The Rivers and Lakes in the immediate neighbourhood abound with Trout, and afford ample aport for Anglers. The adjoining Estates are well pre- served. Further particulars may be had on application to Mr. William Ellis, High Street, Bala, Agent, to Mm Gilbertaon, of Eryl Aran. SALE by Messrs. CHURTON, ELPHICK, AND FELTON, REGISTERED INDEFEASIBLE TITLE. CARNARVONSHIRE. PRELIMINARY NOTICE OF SALE Of the first portion of the DEC AN WY ESTATE, Comprising the Mansion House, out-offices, gardens and pleasure grounds, and several very charming building sites, commanding the finest scenery in North Wales, scarcely one mile from the first-clam Station at Llandudno J unction, on the Chester and Holyhead Railway; and possessing a Station on the Llandudno branch, close to th Lodge entrance, sub- divided into convenient sized Lots, for the erection of beautiful Villa Residences, having command of the sea beach extending uninterruptedly towards Llan. dudno, for nearly two miles. MESSRS. CHURTON AND ELPHICK, of Chester, and MR. GEORGE FELTON, Of Llandudno, (who are jointly concerned in this Sale) have the pleasure to announce that they have been instructed to submit the first portion of the above im- portant Estate to SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, At the QUEK!Ù HOTEL, LLANDUDNO, about the latter end of the month of August next, 1864, IN convenient Lots to be shortly detenmn- i ed upon, with a REGISTERED INDEFEASIBLR TITL li, and immediate possesssion, THE DEGANWY ESTATE, (Of which it is now intended to Sell a portion) is moat charmingly situated between the fine interesting old BOROUGH TOWN OF CONWAY, And the fashionable Watering-place of LLANDUDNO, In the Parish of Eglwya-rhos, in the County of Carnar- von; commanding remarkably beautiful views of the Bay, Bridges, ancient Castle, and walls of Conway, with the magnificent mountains of Penmaenmawr, Snowdon, and Carnedd Llewelyn in the distance; the bay and town of Llandudno, with the noble Ornieshead; l'uffin Island, the Anglesey Coast, the Bay of Colwyn; the Mansions, beautifully timbered Parks, and grounds of Uloddaeth and Bodysgallen, and other places of great intereat. Eminent Engineers are now employed in laying out a bold carriage drive from Llandudno J unctiun Station to the town of Llandudno, through the centre of the pro- perty, with other roads to Eglwys-rtios Churchy Glodd- aeth, and Bodysgallen, thus enabling the proprietors to sub-divide the Estates into ve. y eligible Sites for the erection of Marine Villa Residences, each of which will possess uninterrupted and very charming views. The Site of the old Castle of Degauwy, which is very famous in ancient Welsh history, forms a most interest- ing feature in this property; ati(i it is proposed to re- ain this for the free use of the several purchasers, affording, as it does, a most attractive spot for pic- nic" and pleasure parties. Many of the Lots are within the limits of the Borough Town of Conway, and confer votes for the Carnarvon- shire Contributory Boroughs, and entitle the occupiers to the privilege of depisturing Horses and Cattle on the famous Salt Ley at Conway. N.B.-Ill,iiis and particulars are in course of prepara- tion. In the meantime any further information may be had upon application to Messrs. Wyatt & Sisson, soli- citors, St. Asaph; Mr. James, solicitor, Llanrwsti Messrs. Roberts, Simpson, & Co., solicitors, 62, Moor. gate-street, London (E.C.); Mr. Felton, architect and auctioneer, Moetyn Estate Offices, Llandudno; or from Ueeera. Churton & Elphick, auctioneers, Cheater, aDd Whitchurch, Shropehirf,