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APOTHECARIES HALL, BANGOR. Mr. R. UGŒR, Chemist, has a vacancy ,?j for an intelligent youth as an apprentice. VVI\ TANTED,—In a Hotel in .tie Country, a good and experienced COOK. who will have Ejection to act occ.?ion.tHy as Housen?id.—App!y ?r pL'rtic"IAN to B. L office of this paper. "YrER an Assistant to a Medical Man I in the country. to visit, dispense, and attend Mid- wifery; one tliitt kiiows the Welsh Litnguitge. Goott i-e- ference wanted state salary required.—Address, R. W. Williams, Chemist, Dolgelley. vv7AN"TKIt, as an Indoor Servant, a young Y\ Man who wait at Table and do the ordinary w^ehold work of a man servant. A satisfactory re- duce required.—Apply to D. C., at the office of this ?\7'AXTKD. Two pnM'?tic Men to solicit YY Ordomfor Two New Welsh Publications. To Com- petent Parties, a Liberal Salary will be given. Apply personally or by letter to Mr. C. A. Donaldson, Bookseller, 3* Bryn Dinas Villas, Cae Lleppa, Bangor. "\VTY fANTED, as Gardener and Groom a pfkr- son that thoroughly understands his business, including Hothouse culture.—Apply, statin? experience, ulary expected, and including c >py of testimonials, to 750, office of this paper. W" ANTED, a Master for tlic National School yV of Yspytty, where a Pupil T^a"her is kept. lie must be :t good teacher, and able to keep strict discipline in [' School. Knowledge of M.i-uc required.— Apply to the ltev. ltev. S. Price, Yspytty Rectory, near Llanrwst. TV TV TANTEI* Immediately. a small detacho? r" COTTAGE, in -?l r?nr. contdnin; 1 or 2 Nttin, Ro()m. 3 or 4 Bedroo 11. and Garden, in the n.u?oMhootl of Bmgor. Me'.i?! )!r:d?c.or Conway, ?t mode?te. AddrM X. Y. Z., ?Vo?A M?t?' CA?..<- ? Office, Bangor. WANTED, a Dook-k?pper. in a wholesale and retail Drapery .md Grocery Establishment, a tbaouehly competent person to take charge of the Books one who has filled a similar situatiou preferred. None lead apply, hut who can be well recommended by his last employer.-Apply to the Editor of this paper. To BE LET for 12 Months—a FURNISHED ) HOUSE, delightfully situated in the best part of Upper Bangor, containing Two Sitting Room, and Four 1i81 Rooms, Store Room, Kitchen, and Scullery. Terms Si per week. Apply to Mr. Davies, Postmaster, Upper Bangor. TO HOTEL PROP RIETORS. To he Sold or Let. with immediate pos- session, the BRITISH HOTEL, Bangor, North Wales. The house i. most eligibly situated, and doing a hMe F.tmity. Commercm!. and Posting business Full ;:klttzlai?i may be obtained on making personal applica- tion \0 the Proprietor, Mr. Wm. Dew, whose other public fakements necessitate his relinquishing the business. UPPER BANGOR TO BE LET, unfurnished, and possession may be had on the 12tli November next, a genteel FAIIILY RESIDENCE, known as Xo. 1, PENRALLT VILLA, at Upper Baagor. consisting of Parlour, Dining Room, Sitting Room, 6 large Bedrooms, 2 Kitchens, Scullery, Pantry, 2 Water Closets, aud all the requisite Out-Buildings, and a Flower Garden in front. Full particulars may be had on application to Mr. R. Oweu. 49, Albert Place, Upper Bangor. FLINTSIIIRE. To Graziers, Farmers, and others. TO BE LET. "nlYHWD," 109 acres, in t spVudid order, all having been boned well adapted f^r a Cattle Salesman, being within a mile of Caerwya. M AESY1) DGW Y NI ON," 98a. lr. 22p., in the parish of Llaiiasa, in the holding of the Executors of Mr. Thos. Williams, lately deceased. Apply to Thomas Jones, Gyrn, Llanasa. CARNARVON Er FURNISHED, THE OLD MANSION THE PRIORY: THE above desirable Family Residonce is situated in tho outskirts of the town of Carnarvon, having in front Pleasur-e Grounds, with several Trees thereon, forming a fine Rookery, nd possesoing an exten- aive ami most delightful view of the Meuai Straits. There are also Fruit and Kitchen Gardens adjacent to the Man- sion, and the interior contains Breakfast, Dunug, and Draw- ing Rooms, five Bedrooms, Dressing Rooms, Closets, and Kitchen. There are also all Out-houses suitable to the resideuce and the requirements of a gentleman. For particulars, &c., apply to Mr. John Lloyd, Prince of Wales, Carnarvon. CARNARVON SHIRE. FOR SALE BY PRIVATE CONTRACT. THE following desirable Freehold Fanns:- BONTNEWYDD, in the occupation of Mr. Wni. Roberts, containing about 40 acres, and FFKIDDYBONT in the occupation of Hugh Roberts, containing about 30 acres. The above are situated in the Parish of Caerhun, on the upland (western) side of the valley of the Couway, com- prising good arable, meadow, and pasture land. lhey ad- join the properties of Lord Newborough. H. D. Griffith, ti;, Col. Pennant, &c., and are well worthy the atten- tioc of capitalist8. Apply to Mr. Richard Roberts, Rose Hill, St. Asap h LLANLLECHID. THE Annual Clerical Meeting will take j. take place on FRIDAY, the 10th instant. Services at 10 a in. 2 and 6 p.m. CARNARVON AND LLANBERIS RAIL- WAY. CUTTING THE FIRST SOD. r1 pHE Ceremony of CUTTING THE FIRST TSOD of this Railway will take p''Keat LLAN- BERIS, on THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER loth. 1864, atOne a'clock p.m., by the Hon. EMILY WYNN, of Glyn- O'clock p.ui., bytiie Ron. E. llifon. A REGATTA will take place on the Lower Lake. Prizes for all comers. FIRE WORKS will be let off at Eight o'clock iu the Evening. LIST OF PRIZES. Oue prize of lOf. for faur-oared boats, rowed and steer- ed by members of the Carnarvon Rowing Club. A four-oar nice, open to all comers. First prize, 51., Second prize, St. Entrance 2s. Gd. each person. Open sailing boats. First, 31., second, 21. Entrance 58. each boat.. Pair-oar race, with coxswain, open to all comers. First, 21., second, It. Entrance 2s. Gd. each person. A pilut race, pair of sculls, first, ll., second, IDs., I third, Entrance, 0d. each. A sculling race, one oar. First, 158., second, 10s. En. trance, fid. eacit I A challenge four-oared race, for tankards. Entrance, 5ft. each peison. In all races, three boats must start. If more than three boats enter, the race will be rowed in heats. All persons wishing to enter for any of tho above races are requested to send their names and entrance money to WALLACE W. CRAGO, Esq., at the SPORTSMAN HOTEL, CARNARVON, before Four p.m., or at GLYN 1 ADAUJT, LLANBKRIS, before Eight p.m. on TUESDAY, the 14th lust. PROGRAMME OF THE DAY. 11 SAILING BOATS RACE. :2 noon. FIRST HEATS OF AN? RACE THAT MAY BE REQ^ UIRED. 1 p.m. CUTTING THE FIRST SODOF THE RAILWAY. 4 30 p ill. CARNARVON ROWING CLUB-Four-oared Race 4 45 p.m. PUNT RACE. 5 P. Tn. ALL COMERS—Pair-oar Race. 5 15 p.m. SCULLING MATCH—One-oar. 5 SO p.m. ALL COMERS-Four-oar. 6 p.m. CHALLENGE—Four-oar. GRAND DISPLAY OF FIREWOI K i FROM DOL- BADAUN TOWER. AU applications for tickets to ad nit tho bearer (free) within the enclosure to witness the ceiemony of Cutting the First Sod of the Railway, are rei ueste I to be sent without delay to WALLACE W. CRAGG, Esq., Glyn Padarn, as the number of ticket* is limitad. SALES BY Mli. WM. DEW. CARNARVON, Sale of ELIGIBLE FREEHOLD LAND ill thsborough of Carnarvon, well adapted for Villa RcMencet, ilIR. WILLIAM DEW Has received instructions t > sell by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the Sportsm an Hotel, Carnarvon, on Saturday, 21th of September, 1S04, commencing at Three o'clock in the afternoon, (subject t) conditions then uutl there to be produced), ALL that beautifully situated Freehold Farm, called PENYGELLI, in tho parish of Ltan- bchlig, containing by admeasurement Ul 2 roods, and to perchea, or thereabouts, distant aboul miles from the town of Carnarvon, aud a mile from the Grif- fith's Crossiug Station, intersoctod al. to the entire length by a good v >nd, and arranged into 7 Lots, varying from it iteres to 2J acves. This valuable Property commamls one of tho most charming and extensive views in the Prinoijuht, em. bracing the whole of the Suowilonian liange of Mountains Scenery, and overlooking the Carnarvon 11 ty. There is it good supply of water iiji(iii it. Plans and Particulars may hc hid at til? pl,# Hotels in North Wales, of Messrs. Powell, Powell and Roberts, Solicitors, Carnarvon, and of the Auctioneer, British Hotel, Uaugor. SE-XSIDK FREEHOLD NUILDINU- SrrEB FOU SALE AT i L A N P AIR F EC 11A N'. MR. WILLIAM DEW lias received instructions frooi Mr. E. cllli-», .rUIl., to 88U, iiv ¡){,lIllv' acvrrox, At theljlanfairfccliau Hotel, Llanfairf.-ehm. on Thursday, the :.Dtl of September, 1804, uoiiinieiici.'g at Two o'clock ill the aft.Tiioou, (lu'oject to the Ci'nditi ni» then and there produced), UPWARDS of S.000 Square Yards of most tj charmingly situated FUEKHOLD BUILDI.N'G SITES, at the rapidly increasing and deservedly pipulai Water- ing Place. Llanfairfechau, Conway, divided into Ten Lots, commanding a fine Frontage to the lhy. In order to secure uniformity of design and the erec- tion of that style of House commensurate with the re- quirements of this favourite and fashionable locality, Plans and Elevations of a First Class Terrace have been drawn out, aud with this object the usual Building Cove- nants will be introduced into the Conditions of Sale. Lithographed Plans, and full Particulars, may bj had at the principal Holels in North Wales, the Hotel, Llan- fairfechan and the British Hotel, Bangor, at which latter place the proposed Elevations may also be seen. For further particulars apply to Messrs. PuweP, Po- well and Roberts, Solicitors, Carnarvon. IIL. R. Davies, Erw Gron, LUtifairfechan, and the Auctioneer, Bangor. PRELIMINARY ADVERTISEMENT. LARGE SALE OF FARMING STOCK AT CAE MA li'R, BEAUMARIS. MR. W. DEW Respectfully announces that he has received instructions from Mr Chesterton, to Sell by Auction, on Tuesday, the 4th of Octobei, 1804, at Cae Mawr, near Beau maris— THE whole of his valuable farming stock comprising 130 Leicester and Shropshire Down cfwes 100 Lambs 2 Fine Rams 6 Three year old Oxen 5 Yearling ditto 6 Milch Cows Howes and all the very Superior Modern Implements in Husbandry. Further particulars and catalogues will in due time be issued. t PRELIMINARY ADVERTISEMENT. Attractive Sale of Pure Bred SHROPSHIRE DOWN PRIZE SHEEP, Superior Cart Horses, Implements in Husbandry, Hay, fyc. at FFRIDD OEDD. MR. W. DEW, Has been favoured with instructions from Archibold Price, Esq., (who is declining Farming) to SELL BY AUCTION, on WEDNESDAY. 5th October, 1864, at FRIDOOEDD, Bangor, rpHE whole of his celebrated Shropshire JL Down Flock, and Superior Farming Stock. Further particulars will appear in future Advertise- ments. The whole will be minutely described in Catalogues. SALE OF 34 LOTS OF FREEHOLD BUILDING SITES, In the Parish of Llanfairfechan. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MR. WM. DEW, At the Llanfairfechau H otel, on Saturday, the 8th of October, 1864, at three o'clock in the afternoon (subject to the conditions then and there to be pro- duced)— r|n_ HJRTY-TWO Lots of eligible Building j_ Sites, being portion of the farm called W ein, situ- ate in the pariah of Llanfairfeclian. This valuable property runs along the north side of the Bangor and Couway road, and contains 13a. 2r. 23p. or theraabouts. Its position for building purposes cannot be surpassed, and the whole has been laid out with every regard to facilities of access to each lot which will contain about a quarter of an acre. The great dilliculty of obtaining freehold sites in this charming locality must render this sale one of unusual attraction.. Lithographed plans are in course of preparation, and, may be had 14 days previous to the day of sale, at the principal hotels in Anglesey and Carnarvon, and from the Auctioneer, British Hotel, Bangor. SALES BY MR. THOMAS DAVIES. TO BE SOLD by MR. THOMAS DAVIES at the Queen's Hotel, Llanrwst, on Tuesday the 20th day of SEMtM- BFR 1804, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon (if not previous- ly disposed of) in such Lots and subject to such con- ditions, its may be determined on at the time of Sale, A LL those valuable Freehold FAHMSi and Preinites, called by the several names of OltetDD WEN FAWR and AELWYD VCHA, containing to- gether 149 acres and 25 perches or thereabouts, situate m the Parish of Llanrwst. in the County of Denbigh. The above propertv ad joins land belonging to C. » G, Wynne, ThomaS Oldfield, Robert Ü Dades. Willi!\lll Hughes, Esquires, and Mr. Robert W dliams and is with- in four miles of the market town of Llanrwst. Anti on Wednesday, the 21st day of September, 18-U. at Three o'clock in the afternoon, at the Cattle Hotel, in Conway, by the said Mr. THOMAS DAVILs, THE Compact and Desirable Estate known xs TYN LLWYN and FFRYDD WES Farms, comprising about 213 acres of arable. meadow, and pasture laXituate in the parish of Llandnllo-yu-rhos, near Con- W This Estate is within five miles of Conway, and adjoins Estates belonging to Lady Erskine, Whitehall Uod,1. M' the Ven Ardllleaeon Jones, Mr. Jones, Mr. WillilllllS, •md lr. George Hughes. Particulars of Sale, with lithographed maps may be had of Megsl's. Duncan. Squarey. ntH) Blackinore S>olic.tois, 10, Water Street, Liverpool; of Mr. John Robert Grif. fitii. Solicitor, Llanrwst; or of the Auctioneer, and at the place of sale. jJnV BANGOR SAILING MATCH. i> A PUUSE of Ten Sovereigns i.s offered for the best Open Sailing Boats, not to excee l 28 feet keel. }'¡',t prize, t4 Second ditto, 1:3; ihnd do tJ Fourth do., XI open to any boat belonging tj Anglesey or Carnarvonshire. EntrancJ Is each; notice to be made the day previous to the div of the contest, which is fixed to come off on Thursday, September 22. For further particulars apply to Mr. Thomas Morgan, Garth Ferry. SALE BY MR. G. FELTON. LLANDUDNO. Peremptory and extensive Sale of Beautiful Household Furniture, splendid Beds and Bedding new .Floor Carpets; Brilliant Pier Glasses* and the whole of the other valuable elrect-i of tke premise* known as Watii&w Houxe, or the Post OiNt,e, Llij,)tdiitliio. Under a Distress for Rent. MR. GEORGE FELTON, Is instructed t> Sell hy Auction mi the premises as above, situate at the Junction of Moatyn Street and Gloddaeth Street, <»n Tt'ESD.w and ^Vkd.vk^dav, the 13th and 14fch of SiH'THMUKU, 1S U, without the slightest reserve, mi IE whole of th? B"cmtiful New and Costly 1 H USEHOLD FUHtI'['UHE. ?d othav effect, comprising the Suites of 1 Maudsoinely appiintt' l Knter- tainiag Rooms, in Mahogany, Walnnt wood, and Rose- wood, elegant Couches and Sofas, Clieifoniers and Centre Tables several 1sizad and brilliant t-'ier glasses in Gilt frames .-pH'ndiil new Floor Carpets elaborately finished polished i'ar'h and Metalic, Arabian and other Bedste ids, with new and hauilsome (Irapery hfwt cnrlvd. Hair, Flock, and Wool Mattiesses prima Fenth.-r Beds handsome licdmoiu Suites in fine polished Birch, Mali i- ganv, M iliogany and Birch Todet Glasses; suoerior Bedding and Liiwn Glass, China, Electro-plated Cutlorv, fie whole of tho apourtcoaucjs of Kit- chen, S -rvants' ilall. 1> >!iie..t'u' OPajcs an 1, it' neeassary, ihe Stoek-in-tra le of I! >ks, Plates. So itioaery, and Fancy Articles, in Sn ip attached t < the l'ost O tice. Sale t) commence each day at 12 o'clock prompt.. The Auctioneer respectfully calls particular attention to t'lis Sale, which comprises a ()f Val- uable Articles, and hapes for a punctual attendance, t > enable hiui to gat t!ir.mgh the lots for tlie t.vo days. LLANDUDNO. BY ORDER OF THE MORTGAGEE. MR. GEORGE FELTON will sell by Public Auction, at the Queen'* Hotel, Llan- dudno, on THURSDAY, the 15th day of SEPTEMBER next, at 3 o'clock,- THOSE Two eligible Leasehold Cottages, in the occupation of Mr. Hugh Jones and Mrs. Mar- garet Jones, widow, at the annual rents of £ 13 10s. and E7 IN. respectively, situate (near the Church Walks) upon the road leading to the Llaududno Mountain. The premises are hel,1 for a term of years, whereof 02 are now unexpired, at the low ground rent of £5 per an. Ilum For further particulars apply to Messrs. Roberts, Bar- ber, and Hughes, solicitors, Bangor, or to the Auctioneer at the Estate Offices, Llandudno. TREGANWY, NEAR CONWAY AND LLANDUDNO. Attractive Sale of genuine substantial Household Furni- ture. comprising Dining and iDrawing Room suites, ill Malioiiantland Rosewood Pianoforte, byBroadwood,' Superior Beds, and Bedding, and Bedroom appendages; Hall Furniture, tic., and numerous and valuable Out- door effects. MR. GEORGE FELTON Has been favored with the commands of J. LLOYD JONES, Esquire, who has disposed of his estate in this parish. TO SELL B It AUCTION, On THURSDAY and FlilDtY, SEPTEMBER 22nil and 23rd, THE whole of the valuable effects, at L TREGANWY, comprising, > mongst the Household Furniture, a hanllsome aud comprehensive Drawing room suite, in Rosewood, upholstered in Damask, and con- sisting of 2 sets of chairs, elegant couches, and Ottomans, Easy and Sewing chains. Centre and Sofa Tables, a fil octave Pianoforte, by Broatlwood, in mahogany case; Mahogany Dining room suite, with handsome 12 feet Diniug table, and chairs, several massive mahogany Side- boards glazed aud other Bookcases; elegant window trimmings and cornices; old fashioned Hall furniture; handsome Mahogany, Birch, and painted 4 post Half- tester and other Bedsteads, with damask and other ap- propriate drapeiy Mahogany Chests of Drawers, Ward- robes, and Bedroom suites, and appendages beautiful curled hair. and wool matresses prime goose feather Beds, excellent Witney Blankets, Counterpanes, Quilts. &c.. elegant and costly Brussels and Kidderminster floor Carpets, cocoa fibre mattin and oil floor cloths bronzed Fenders and polished Fireirons; handsome china Dinner, Tea, and Bieakfast Services, and Cut Table Glass; the whole of the Kitchen and Culinary requisites for a large establishment; Flour Bins. Dressers, and Store Cup- boards an excellent patent, mangle, Ironing and Hall Stoves and piping, and a vast number of other indoor effects, as well as numerous and valuable outdoor effects, comprising a capital Turner's Lathe, and Tools complete, Garden Tools, Ladders, Cucumber frames capital Brew- ing and Dairy utensils; the produce of the Gaidens; an excellent Boat and oars; 2 iron garden seats, timber, firewood, and building stones an in-pig Sow, and other miscellaneous effects the. whole of which may be inspect- ed the day before the day of sale. Catalogues are in course of preparation, and may be had one week prior to the sale at the principal Hotels, in the neighbourhood, and of the Auctioneer. Sale to commence each day most punctually at 12 o'clock. ° Mostyn Estate Offices, Llanduduo, Sept. 1st., 1864. BY ORDER OF THE MORTGAGEES. VALUABLE HOTEL PROPERTY. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY Mr. GEORGE FELTON, on Wednesday, the 28th September next, at the Bull Hotel. Denbigh, at 2 for A o'clock in the afternoon precisely, subject to the con- ditions of sale to be then produced, AlJL that well established and commodious Family and Commercial HOTEL, known as the CROWN HOTEL, DENBIGH. These premises are admirably situated in the market place of Denbigh, and are provided with every convenience for a large and lucrative business. The Hotel contains two good cellars, four parlours, bar, two drawing rooms, and twenty bedrooms; there are also an excellant coach house, stabling for twenty one horses, and a brewhouse. Immediate possession may he had, both of the premises and licenses The tenure is freehold of inheritance. For further particulars, apply to Air. George Mason, solicitor, 32, Castle Street, Liverpool. LLANDUDNO, CARNARVONSHIRE. Important and most desirable Freehold Estate for Sale, with commodious Residence, detached Cottage and Out- buildiugs, Ornamental Grounds and W,alled Fruit and Kitchen Garden; and several of the most eligible Freehold Building Sites in the town, immediately fronting the Market Hall. MR. GEORGE FELTON Respectfully announces that he has been instructed to Sell by Auction, at the ST. OHORGE's HOTEL, ill the town of Llandudno, on TUESDAY, the 4:h day of UCTO- BEn, 1804, at Three o'clock in the afternoon, subject to conditions to be then produced and read (unless dis- posed of in the meantime, of which due notice will be given), Abb that singuliirly attractive and eligible FPvEEHOLD PROPERTY known as BODHYFRYD, occupying a central and commanding position, and now in he (,f Air T. A. Jones. The Estate consists of a COMMODIOUS RESIDENCE with Entrance Hall aud Staircase, Breakfast, Dmmg, and Drawing Rooms, numerous Bedrooms, Water Closets, and other Closets, and Pantries, Kitchen, and Domestic Of- fices Also, a convenient Detached COTfAGE with liv- ing and &-e, the whole standing in the midst of Ornamental Grounds, well stocked and planted, and enclosed by a high wall, with avenue leading from the entrance gates. The House and Grounds are strictly private thollgh centrally situated, and the extensive frontages oft:epro perty to Gloddaeth Street. North Madoc and BOllyfryd W.d'ks aHord some of the finest Freehold Bmulmg Sites in the town, either for first-class Shops or illas, T1 e whole will bo offered lirst in One Lot, and, frilling to effect a >ale thus, th<» House and Grounds will be put uv> alone, and the Duihling Sites separately. The property is doubtless so well known by most who fre.incut this favourite and salubrious watering place, as to need but little recommendation in an advertisement and it will snttic? to say. that, as it is the on y freehold eôtate with residence in this town at all likely to i-o the market, and r.s its situation and c.pabihMes of development- ar.- so peculiarly advantageous, it is deserv- iijo-<>r particular iittention- i 'Litho?aphed plan,, and particultirs arc being prepared, and m?behad 10 .lays pnor to the day of <ale. and any r rt)e,inform;.tion, of Mr William Hugl1, Solicitor 1 Cistle-street, Conway, of Mr. John W.diains, Bodafon, "r of Mr. George Fe:ton. architect, o"rvyo¡, and auc- ItiL)LIeci., X?tyu Estate O?eM, Ut?iiduduo. Sales by Messrs. CHURTON & ELPHICK. RHYL. Salt of FREEHOLD BllILDLVG LAND on I the sOlltl1 aide of Wellington-road, near Warren- ttreet, in the rapidly improving town of Rhyl, in seven lots, wihilllllleditlte possession. Messrs. CHUUTON and ELPHICK Have been instructed to submit to SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the TOWN HALL, in Rhyl, on TUKHDAY, tlie ith day of September, lSii4, at 4 for o o'clock in the Afternoon, in the Lots set forth in the particulars of Sale, or in such other aud 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,— CJKVERAL very valuable Pieces or Parcels ? of BUILDING L VND, fronting Wellington-road and to a new street now being formed on the property, and which htvio been most judiciously laid out for build- in pnnxMoa. lau Wellingtoa-road is the mam .thoroug. h, are from the towncAiihylU th" New Bridge and at the \"orVd/wh!ch tends much to enhance the value 01 all Land in that locality. with plans may be had, and anyfother information whkhmavbe required, upon appli- cation t Mr. T. Gold tidward*. Solicitor, Djnf'Wh Mr. H'IW0U. Surveyor, iiiivl or from Messrs, Churton and Elphick, Chester. IUIYL, NOIUH WALES. Important Sale- of very minable Freehold Build- ioi Land, nsur to the Railway Station, and several Quillet a of Freehold Lund at the east end of Rhyl, suitable for Briuk-making ground. Messrs. CHURTON and ELPHICK Have the pleasure to announce that they will SELL BY AUCTION, on TUKHDAY, the 20th day of September, 1864, at One for Two o'clock, p.m. plinctultlly, It the TPWY HAM,, in Rhyl, ill the lots set forth in the print- ed particulars and plans of Sale, or in such other lots and in such order as the Vendor's Agents may deter- mine at the time of Sale, and subject to conditions then to be produced, the undermentioned pieces of very valu- able Freehold Building Land APIECE of BUILDING LAD, extendmg N from the rear of the Bee Hotc). and fronting the Railway Station, extending to Ehvy-street, containing iu the whole 3r. 201)., or 4,235 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 whole 3a. Ir 41). or 15,851 square yards. A piece of BUILDING LAND, on the west side of Ffynnon-Groyw-street, extending from St. Mary's Roman Catholic Chapel to the Railway, and containing in the whole 2a. 3r. 6p., or 13.491 square yards. Also, Four several pieces of LAND, caned" 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 Building purposes, and or the most part command fine views of the Vale of Clwvjd the Quillets form good Building sites, and it is believed contain excellent brick clay, now much in de- mand. Printed particulars, with lithographic plans, with other information may be had from Messrs. Helps and Parker, Solicitors, Chester; or from Messrs. Churton and Elphick, Auctioneers, Whitchurch (Shropshire). and Chester. IMPORTANT SALE OF VALUABLE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, clw china, and earthenware, plated and Sheffield ,?,? ,L & few book.. oil paintings, valuable car- gn.g horse, cow, pigs, stack of prime upiand hay, spring cart, sundry harness and saddlery, cucumber frames, and sundry out-door and other miscellaneous effects, AT LLWYNEGRYN HALL, close to Mold, in the county of Flint, and about half- a-mile from the Mold station on the Chester and Mold Railway. MESSRS. CHURTON & ELPHICK Have the houour to announce that they have been favoured with instructions from Mrs. Raikes (who is leaving), to SELL BY AUCTION, on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, the 21at, 22nd, and 23rd days of September inst., 1864, commencing each day at 11 o'clock a.m. most punctually, the under- mentioned valuable HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, appertaining to the entrance hall, drawing room, library, and other entertaining rooms in rosewood, mahogauy, oak, &c., upholstered in moroon morocco; damask, rep cloth, aud chintz; excellent Brussels carpets, damask and mo- reen window curtains, chimney glasses, timepieces, several capital bookcases, &e.; sets of excellent half- tester, four post, and tent bedsteads; wardrobes, chests of drawers, dressingand waslitables, dressing glasses, toilet services, and other chamber requisites a.few oil paint- ings and books; quantity of gliss, china, and earthen- ware; plated and Sheffield goods; about 36 doz. (if capital port wine, Beachcroft and Wilson;" about 3 doz. Madeira and Hungarian wines; an assortment of kitchen and culinary requisites, &e. The out-door effects comprise a valuable bay gelding, 16, hands, 8 years old, quiet in double and single har- new, well suited for a brougham cow, to'calve in Ja- nuary, 2 strong store pigs, stack of well-got upland hay, about 13 tons; strong spring cart, set of pony harness, gentleman's saddle, lady's ditto, bridles, horse rugs, rollers, &c.; a variety of small implement tools, several stack frames, with stone pillars and caps, cucumber frames, lfower, sea-cale, and rhubarb pots; wheel- barrows, and a variety of out-door and other miscellan- eous effects. ORDER OF SALE. Wednesday, 21st Sei)t.-Glw, china, and earthenware, plated, aud Sheffield goods, books, butler's pantry, dining, drawing, and school rooms, entrance hall, and bedrooms No. 1, 2, 3, and 4. Thurdav, 22nd—Out-door effects, wine, bedrooms Nos. 5 to i2 inclusive, nursery, staircase, and landing. Friday, 23rd—Kitchens and domestic offices, library, and the remainder of the bedrooms. y.B.—Catalogues may be had, price 2d., nine days prior to the sale, at the principal inns in Mold, and at tti" officei of the Auctioneers, Chester, and Whitchurch, Salpp. KENOXETHSHrRE, NEAR GWYDDELWERN AND COR WEN. Sti* of a very compact Freehold Farm, nearly 100 acres iu extent, situate in the midst of splendid scenery. in thepariih of Ginidddicern, close to two stations on the Jje¡¡biflh, RIlI"in, and Convert Railway, which passes through the property, with early possession MESSRS. CHURTON AND ELPHICK Have the pleasure to announce that they are instructed TO SELL BY A UCTIOIV, At the Queen's Hotel, Chester Railway Station, on Saturday, the 8th day of October, 1804, at twelve for tile o'clock most punctually, ill one lot, and subject to yacli conditions of sale as will then he produced,  FlE compact Freehold Farm, ca)?d A 4t Oaig-lelo," situate in the parish of Gwydde)- w«rn, eIght mIles from Ruthin, and four from Corwen, <t>tith market tnwn,) in the county of Merioneth, at Hr<sent occupied bv Mr. Hugh Williams, a" tenant from I .Or to year; the farm contains in the whoio I MA. 2K. &)P. of LA-XI), statute measure, or thereabouts; liT es in a rinfc fence, fckirt.'d on one boundary by the new line of railway from Denbigh and Ruthin to Corwen, ami is "•Mate within one mile from the Bryn, and two miles from the Gwyddelwern stations on that line. The situa- tiou of the property is extremely beautiful, commanding I some of the richest scenery in ths far famed Vale of .Kiilorni in, aud being easy of access presents t.) the va, oreliitiit or professional man in search of heaU L a rare nnnrtnnity fot investment in au invigorating cliiliitte.- llu.' tenant will show the estate, Lji" Printed particulars, with plan, may be had and fhtther information obtained from Messrs. Help* and i'.a-ker, Solicitors, Chester; or Messrs. Churtofl and Elphick, Auctioneers, Whitchurch (Shrop>-i>4 and Chester, GRIFFITH DAVIES, DRAPERY AND GROCERY ESTABLISRM ET, BANOOB. NEW FRUIT. Just received, the First Importation of VALENCIA RAISINS & CURRANTS. BOOT AND SHOE ESTABLISHMENT, 304, HIGH STREET, BANGOR, TSAAC ROBERTS begs to inform his Customers, Visitors, and the public in general, that i he has constantly on hand a large assortment of Ladies', Gentlemen's, and Children's, Root flnd ShOMo bofk French and English, in every variety suited to the requirements of the Season, and of the LATE-T F&SHIONS. Gentlemen leaving their Orders can rely on obtaining a really First-clam article, at a Moderate Prioø. SALE by Messrs. OHUHTON & ELPHICK. DENBIGHSHIRE- FREEHOLD FARM, NEAR TO LLAN- RWST, CONWAY, & LLANDUDNO. Salp f II delightfully situated Freehold Mountain | FA RJf, ill the parish of'Eglwys Bach, near tlliJ rire-r Conway, eight mtles ft-oiii Conway, five from Llanrwst, and about ten from Llan- dudno, extending to nearly aj acres, well worthy the attention of purchasers in search of a alubriou,, retired, and pleasant Farm, amidst fine mountain scenery and pure sea air, jor 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 WEDSKSDAY, the 21st September, 1804, at Three for Four o'clock, p. m., most punctually, in One Lot, and subject to conditions of Sale then to be pro- duced, A VERY compact and desirableFREEHOLD CA. FARM called FRON," in the parish of Eglwys Bach, in the county of Denbigh, about eight miles from Conway, five from Llanrwst, and ten from Llaududno, within about two miles from Tal-y-Cafn station, on the Llandudno, Conway, and Llanrwst Railway. The Farm 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 Vale of IJanrwst, which embraces some of the grandest scanery in North Wales. The Farm is bounded by the estate* and plantations of William Hanmer, &q., proverbial for their beauty. 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. Churton and Elphick, Auctioneers, Whitchurch (Shrop- liire), and Chester. SALE BY MESSRS. DAVIES & ARMOR. VALUABLE FREEHOLD HOUSE PROPERTY, IN DENBIGH. MESSRS. DAVIES AND ARMOR Have received instructions to Sail by Public Auction, at the Royal Oak Inn, Denbigh, an Wednesday, the 21st day of September, 1864, at 4 for 5 o'clock in the afternoon punctually, subject to conditions to be then produced- THE whole of that desirable Freehold JL Property, consisting of public houses, shops, and cottages, situate in High-street and Pantou-place, in the town and borough of Denbigh, in the following or such other lot or lots as may be agreed upon at the time of tale. LOT 1. All that public house called "The Star," in High- street, with the out-olffces, stable, garden, and premises. The shop adjoining, and two cottages at the back, held by Mr. Hugh Hughes, Mr. William Jones, and others. LOT 2. All that house, shop, aud premises, known as the Red Lion, now converted into a shop, situate in Bridge-street, held by Mr. Samuel Atkins. LOT 3. All those 4 dwelling-houses, shop, and public bake- house, situate in Panton Hall, Denbigh, held by Robert Evans, Idwel Jones, and others. LOT 4. All those 9 cottages in Pautun Hall, aforesaid, held by William Jones, Thomas Price, and others. Further particulars may be obtained on application to Messrs. Davies and Armor, Auctioneers, Denbigh, or Mr. J. Parry Jones, solicitor, Denbigh. Denbigh, Semtember 2nd, 1864. SALE BY MR. THOMAS HEALING. AT RHYL. An Extensive Salt of most desirable and Eligible Freehold Building Land, subdivided into 38 Lots, part in Front to the Promenade in Rhyl, and the remainder immediately adjoining there- 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 TOWN HALL, in the town of Rhyl, on FWDAT, 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 Quantity of most eligible Freehold Build- ing Land, divided into 38 Lots, part of which fronts the Promenade in Rhyl, and the remainder having a frontage to a street of Fit'ten yards wide, and immedi- ately adjoining the above mentioned property, is so situ- ated that in future years it will stand where the greatest amount of business will be concentrated and carried on 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 unrivalled as a first-class watering place, and pre-eminent for its public spirit in carrying out the various improvements in prowess, aud already effected, opens a wide field for speculators in Land and Buildings and looking at the different and varied arteries in regard to Railway communication now seen to he pushing forward from various quarters in the direction of Rhyl, at once proves it is becoming a place of great growing repute, thu I stimulating enterprising and speculative minds into energetic actiou. Lithographic Plans of the Property as laid out are ill course of preparation, and mav be had prior to the Sale, on application to Mr. Price Morris, Solicitor, Dell hh cr at the Office of Mr. Thomas Heuling. Auctioneer, George Hotel, Queen Street. Rhyl. LONDON AND NORTH-WESTERN RAILWAY. The Additional Train advertised to leave L B \ROR at 8 a m on Mondays, for Chester, Liver- pool and Manchester is DŒCON rINUED I Chester, September 9th. By Order. IV. T. R. ROGERS heirs to inform the Á tL pubiic. that the ABER MARBLE AND SLATE YARD is in his sole possession, and that all orders will lIe rei-eived and punctually attended t,) by Mr. W. R. Rogers, Penypark. Sept. 2tid, 1864. PENMAENMAW 11 1 iriLDING LAND. W. P. AYRES, CONTRACTOR, Li-e. HAS Several riot? nf Freehold i Leasehold J]L Land to DISPOSE OF, with immediate possession All tho Plots command views of m,niticent scenery. Particulars upon application to W. P. A., Agent for the Alexandra Hotel Company. Mountain View, Feumaenmawr, Aug. 6, 1864. PORTLAND and Roman Cement, to be had I direct from the Manufacturer,—JOHN CLARK; 10, Love-lane, Great Howard Street, Liverpool. PORTLAND, 10/6; ROMAN, 8/0. Delivered on RaiL MESSRS. JONES AND PARRY, JrllOUSAU: OHEESE-FACTORS, 121, HIGH STREET, BANGOR, MOST rr"pcrLully informs the public, that thev h?ve now on hand a select stock of prime 01,1 Cheshire Cheese, offering for sale at the abo.. address, aud most humbly solicit Inspection of the Stock. COITLECHATE SCHOOL, RUTHIN. H.a\D tfAMBR :-REV. THOMAS KIRK. V.A., St. John's College, Cambridge (Prizeman). Boys educated for Professional or Business life. Also a preparatory School for younger Boys. French is taught to all whose parents desire it without extN. charge. ° Apply to the Rev. T. Kirk, Collegiate School, Itnthia. NOTICE is hereby given, that application lit is intended to be made to Her Majesty's Justice* of the Peace, in and for the County of Carnarvon, assem- bled at the next General Quarter Sessions of the Peace, to be held at Carnarvon, on or about the 20th day of Oc- tober next. by "THE BANGOR MARKETS AND PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS COMPANY, LIMITED," for the allowance of Bye-Laws, for the regulation and good rule and government, of the Markets and Fairs, within the limits of "The Bangor Markets and Public Institu- tions Act, 1858." AND NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, that Copies of the proposed Bye-Laws will, after the 14th day of September instant, be open to inspect! on, in the said Markets, and at the Office of the Company By Order of the Directors, DAVID WHITE, Secretary. Bangor, September 9th, 1864. THE BANKRUPTCY ACT, 1861. WILLIAM ALLEN'S ASSIGNMENT IN the matter of the Deed of Assignment and Composition of William Alleu, of Llaududno, in the County of Carnarvon, Cabinet Maker, hereinafter called the Debtor. All persons having any claim against the Estate of the said debtor, are required forthwith to send in the particu- lars thereof duly verified to us the undersigned on behalf of the Trustees acting under the said Deed, in default whereof the said Trustees will proceed to distribute the assets of the said Estate without reference to any such claim. REECE & FARRANT, Solicitors for the Estate. Llandudno, 7th September, 1864. NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE PROMOTION OF SOCIAL SCIENCE. THE Eighth Annual Meeting will be held in York, from Thursday, the :t2nd. to Thursday, the 29th of September, 1864. President—The Right Hon. Lord Brougham. General Secretary-George W. Hastings, Esq., 3, Waterloo-place, Pall Mall, London, S.W. Members' subscription, one guinea; associates, 10s. The names, of members and associates will be received, and tickets issued, by S. W. North, 31, Castlegate, York, one of the local secretaries. Tickets will also be forwarded by return of post on receipt of cheque or post office order, made payable to Samuel William North. Early application for tickets is earnestly re- quested. Arangements has been made with all the principal railway companies in Great Britain for passengers to York on this occasion travelling both ways for one fctrep on the production of a voucher, which may be obtained from the local Secretaries, with any further imformation required. THOMAS MYERS, ) General WM. PROCTER, > Local S. W. NORTH, ) Secretaries. York, August, 1864. CHURCH OF LLANFFLEWIN, ANGLESEY- THE following ?ibso-iptions towards the Trepairs of the above Church have been sent in £ s. d. The Lord Bishop of Bangor 5 0 0 The Right Hon. Lord Boston f 0 0 Sir Richard W. BuIke!ey, Bart., M.P. 10 ? X The Diocesan Church Building Society 30 0 0 10 0 0 J, Atkinson, Esq., Wig 10 0 0 The Rector of the Parish 20 0 0 Llygad a llaw" 3 3 0 Rev. Mr. Chancellor Trevor 1 0 0 Ven. Mr. Archdeacon Wynne Jones 1 0 0 J. Priestley, Fs I., llirdrefaig 1 0 9 Rev. R. E. Priestley, Beddgelert 1 0 0 Rev. J. Boulder, Pennant, Ll. nrwst inn Rev. Henry Griffith, Chester 1 0 0 Rev. E Herbert, Llandyfrydog 1 0 0 Rev. R. W. Griffith, Llanfairisgaer inn Rev. Canon Lloyd, Llanfaethlu 1 0 0 Miss Owen, Gors ••• 0 0 Mr. O. Owens, agent of Bodegri Quarry 010 « A Friend 0 6 0 Collection at re-opening of the Church 5 11 0 2114 9 0 I am sorry to ay that there is still about NO necessary to meet the expenses incurred and I would respectfully lie,- of the friends of the Church to help me with, their contributions to make up this remaining sum. 1 remain yours truly. MORRIS WILLIAMS. Llanrhyddlad Rectory, Holyhead, Sept. 9th, 18G4 N B. -The names of those that will kindly contribute will be published in a future number of the North Walts Chronicle. 1864. PREMIUMS FOR SWEDISH TURNIPS AND MANGOLD WUltTZEL. rnHF, RiKht Hon. Lord Boston will give 1 the following Premiums to the Tenants on his Lordship's Estate iu Anglesey and Carnarvonshire. FIRST CLASS. To the tenant holding a farm of not less than on hun- dred and eighty acres, who shall raise the best crop of Swedish Turnips or Mangold W nl't'-cl, in propor- tioll to the size of his !ann.- Ten so\'erdgus. SECOND CLASS. To the tenant holding a farm not exceeding one hundred and eighty acres, aud not less than one- hundred acres, who shall raise the best crop of Swedish Turnips or Mangold Wurtzel, in proportion to the size of his farm. Seven sovereigns. THIRD CLASS. To the tenant bolting a farm not exceeding one hundred, and not less than fifty acres, who shall raise the best crop of Swedish Turnips or VangoU Wurtr zel, iu proportion to the size of his farm. I ive so- vereigns. FOURTH CLASS. To the tenant holding a far; not exceeding fifty acres, who shall mi," the best crop of > d;-h Turnips or Mangold Wurtzel, in proportion to the size of hia fariii.- Three sovereigns. W The tenants intending to claim these Premium*, are to send written notices to Mr. Hugh Jones, of PMC rhos, on or befoie tie lit October.