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ANGLESEY WINTER ASSIZES, 1884. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the ASBIZKS and GENERAL lhoL DELIVERY, for the County cf Anglesey, will be opened at BEAVMARIS, in the said County, on THURSDAY, the 24th day of JANUARY, 1884. All Justices of the Peace, Mayors, Coroners, Bailiffs of Liberties, Jurors, Persons bound by Recognisances, Prosecutors, Witnesses, Chiefcou- stablea, and Others having Business at tho said Assizes, are hereby required to attend at the COUNTY HALL, in the Town of BKACMARIS aforesaid, on FRIDAY, the 25th day of JANUARY, 1884, at TEN o'clock in the forenoon precisely. THOMAS FANNING EDWAROS, Z.^IRE, High Sheriff. Under-sheriff's Office, Beaumaris. 2nd January, 1884. 2078 MERIONETHSHIRE ASSIZES, 1884. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Commission of Nisi Prius of Oyer and Terminer, and of General Gaol Delivery for the County of MERIONETH will be opened at the Sunns HALL, in the Town of DOLGELLKY, on THURSDAY, the SEVKNTKKN m day of JANUARY, 1884, before The Honourable Sir JAMKS FITZ STEVHEN Knight, one of the Justices of the High Court of Justice. All Justices of the Peace, Mayors, Coroners, Bailiffs of Liberties, and Chief Constables, within the said County, all Jurors, Persons Bound in Recogni- zances, Witnesses and others having Business at the Assizes are required to attend at the said SHIRE HALl., on FRIDAY, the EIGHTEENTH day of JANRARY, 1884, at Half-past TEN o'clock in the forenoon precisely. DAVID WILLIAM KIRKBY, Esquire Sheriff. Under-sheriffs Office, Machynlleth, 29th Dec., 1883 2051 CUUNTI OF ANGLESEY. FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE. VIN fOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Lords .r of Her Majesty's Most Hononrable Privy Council have by an Order Declared the Under- mentioned Areas to be Free from Foot and Mouth Disease from the Date Undermentioned. J. LLOYD GRIFFITH, Clerk of the Peace. From 29th December, 1883. 1.—An Area in the parish of Llangadwaladr, in the Connty of Anglesey, bounded on the north by the road "loading from Penlon towards Hermon village, on tho cast by the road leading from the la-t mentioned road past Penrhyn HalenFurm, on the Miuth by the road leading from the last- mentioned road past Tydd,vn Tailwriard towards Aberffruw, and on the west by the western boundary of tho said parish between the point at which it is intersected by the first and third before- mentiolled roads. 2.- An Area in the parish of Llanfaethlu, in the countv of Anglesey, bounded Oil the north by a road Ieadiiig from the sea shore at IJorthwen to Llan- faetl.lu Church, on the east by a road leading from the last-mentioned road past the Rectory, on the south bv it road leading from the last-mentioned road ntar Rhosddu to the sea near Penterfin, and on the west by the sea. — 2058 THE NORTH WALES COUNTIES LUNATIC ASYLUM. "VTOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the ? ANNUAL MRHTI?Gof the Subscribers to the above IustitutiulI will be held at the Board Room, on TUESDAY the 15tli day of JANVAITY, 1884, at ELEVEN o'clock in the forenoon, for the Election of Visitors for the Year Ensuing. And NOTICE IS HEREBY ALSO GIVEN, that the ANNUAL MEETING of Visitors appointed for the Several Counties in Union, and of the Visitors appointed by the Subscribers, will be held at the Same Place on the Same Day, at TWELVE o'clock Ht n00n, for the purpose of appointing a Chairman and a Clerk to the Visiting Committee, and for other Purposes connected with the Institution. JNO. ROBINSON, Clerk to the Committee of Visitors. Denbigh, January, 1884. 2070 JE The Bankruptcy Act, 1869. Tn the County Court of Carnarvonshire, holden at Baiigor. IN THE MATTER of Proceedings of Liquidation Ik by Arrangement or Composition with Creditors, instituted by OWEN JONES, of the Sn INN, in the Parish of EOLWYSEACH, in the County of Denbigh, Licensed Victualler, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a First .l General Meeting of the Creditors of the above- named person has been summoned to be held at the Offices of Messrs GRIFFITH and ALmu., Solicitors, LLANIUVST, on the FIFTEENTH day of JANUARY next, at 12.30 o'clock in the afternoon precisely. Dated this 29th of December, 1883. GRIFFITH AND ALLARD, Llanrwst, 2088 Solicitors for the said OWE" JOXES. BANGOR AND ARVON PERMANENT BENEFIT BUILDING SOCIETY. (iNCORl'ORATKU UIWER TnF. BUILDIXO SOCIETIES ACT 1874. Reserve Fti,id E1703 (and Large Increase every year.) Hoard of Directors :— Mr T, T ROBERTS, Clmir'n, I „ DAVID LEWIS, Alderman VKSHACII ROBERTS I Mr DAVID WHITE. Councillor J. E. ROBERTS, Mr EVAN JOXfS. WM. HO¡n;RTS, Munuqimi Director:— IFA W CADWALADR DAVIES District Bank' Bangor. Sili-tor :— MR JOHN ROBERTS, Bangor. Bankers :— MESSRS PUGII, JONES, and Co., District Bank NATIONAL PROVINCIAL BANK, LIMITED and Branches. Surveyor:— MR DAVID WILLIAMS, 39, Victoria street, Upper Bangor. Oiffces:— 294, Ilioii STREET, BAXOOR (adjoining the District Bank). PARTIES desirous of BUILDING or BUYING J. HOUSES, &-e., should APPLY AT ONCE to the above SOCIETY, which offers special facilities to parties to become the owners of their own dwellings or business premises. EASY REPAYMENTS. By paying a small sum every month, the members are induced to pulby their savings, AND in time to acquire property. A MORTGAGE can be redeemed at any time, without any legal expenses, and without the pay- ment of any Fee. ABSOLUTE SECURITY to the Borrower against the calling in of the Mortgage before the expiration of the stipulated period. THE SURVEYOR'S CHARGES are fixed according to ecale, and are very moderate. LIBERAL ADVANCES made with promptitude, and at moderate rates, for five, ten, fifteen, or twenty years. REPAYMENTS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS received oil the FIRST TUESDAY in every month, at the offices of the SOCIETY, HIOII-STREET, BAXOOR, at HALF. PAST SIX in the evening. For information apply to thfrManaging Director, 4Dr to the Surveyor. 24 PAISLEY SHAWL, taken by Mistake from Masonic Hall, on Wednesday Evening. The one left will be returned upon receipt of the above Shawl.—Bodafon, Llandudno. NEW MUSIC. ANTHEM, II Ym mlaen, ym mlaen (" Press on, press on "), and Four New Carols for Christ- mas, by HKZEKIAH JONES, Bangor Cathedral. 1964 Re CAPTAIN KINSEY HAYWARD, DECEASED. THE Creditors of the above-named are to send Particulars of their CLAIMS to the under- signed on or before JANUARY 21st, 1884.-JoBN PIUTCHABD. AUCTIONEER, BANOOK. 2055 ST. ASAPH DIOCESAN CALENDAR FOR 1884, COMPILED by Canon THOMAS, M.A., F.SA. Advertisements to be sent before the 10th to the Publisher, T. OWEN, Library, Oswestry. 2059 TO FARMERS, BUILDERS, etc. THOMAS HUGHES, GADLYS, LLsnmn;cIIAN, begs to make it known that he has been appointed by Messrs RAYXES and Co., Llysfaen, as their SOLE AGENT for the Stile of their cele- brated LDIE for Baugor, Aber, Bethesda, and Menai Bridge, and Surrounding Districts, and all ORDERS entrusted to him shall have prompt attention. 1748-247 _n_u- ROYAL ACADEMY OF MUSIC. Iustitued 1822. Incorporated by Boyal Charter, 1830. Under immediate patronage of Her Most Gracious Majesty the QUEEN and the Royal Family. Presideiit-The Right Hon. the Earl of DUDLEY. Principal—Professor Sir G. A. MACFARREN. BANGOR CENTRE. Local Examinations in the Spring of 1884. Metropolitan Examina- tions at the Royal Academy of Music, in January, 1884. Syllabus of the above to be obtained of Dr. ROGERS, FAIR VIEW, UPPER BAXOOR, Local Representative of the Academy. (By order) JOHN GILL, Secretary, Royal Academy of Music, Tentei'den-street, Hanover-square. 2054 NORTH AND SOUTH WALES BANK, LIMITED. NINETIETH DIVIDEND. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that a .1' DIVIDEND of Ten Shillings per Share for the Half-year ended 31st ultimo, on the Capital of the Company, and a BONUS of Seven Shillings and Sixpence per Share, will -be Paid to the Proprietors, Free of Iucome Tax, on and after the 14th instant, at the Head Office and the Respective Branches. The Transfer Books will be Closed from this Date to the 14th instant ir«!u«ive. By order of the Directors. R. MEREDITH JONES, Liverpool Manager. Liverpool, 2nd January, 1884. 2080 TO BUILDERS, CONTRACTORS, &c. T1VYTJL R. OWEN MORRIS, Builder Rnd Contractor, Carnarvon, having purchased the business of Ironmonger carried on by the late Mr ELLIS J OES, is prepared to dispose (by Private Treaty on very advantageous terms) that old established business of BUILDER and CONTRACTOR, situated in CONSTAXTINE-TERRACE, CARXAUVOX, consisting of well- seasoned Timber (Yellow Pine, Mahogany, Oak, Ac.), with Large, Well-Lighted, and Convenient Work-Shops and Office attacked. A Complete Engine Shed, Circle Saw Bench, and other Latest Machinery, worked by an Excellent Steam Engine. The Premises are held under a Lease at a very low rental. Apply to Mr OWE); MORRIS, Builder, Contractor, and Ironmonger, Castle-street, Carnarvon. 2026 BANGOR AND NORTH WALES BENEFIT BUILDING SOCIETY. ESTABLISHED, 1872; INCORPORATED, 1874 President Dr. RICHARDS, Bangor. Directors DOUGLAS, Alr KENMUIR W" Belmont, Bangor. JARVIS, Mr W., Stationer, Bangor. JONES, Mr ROBERT, Draper, Bethesda. PRITCHARD, ivlr JOHN, Auctioneer, Baugor. PAHRY, Mr JOHN, Draper, Bangor. PRITCHARD, Mr THOMAS, Beaumaris. ROBERTS, Mr Z., Thomas'-square, Bangor. SLATER, ilir JOHN, Boaumaris. SOUTHWELL, Mr JAMES, Port Peiirlivii. WILLIAMS, Mr W. FRANCIS, Bangor. WILLIAMS, Mr T., Caederwen, Upper Bangor. WILLAMS, Mr HUGH, Green Bank, Garth. Managing Director Mr JOHN LLOYD. Solicitors: Messrs HUGHES and PRITCHARD, Bangor. Surveyors Mr J. PRITCHARD, Auctioneer, Bangor; and Mr H. WILLIAMS, Green Bank, Bangor. Offices BODHYFRYD, BANGOR, Monthly Meeting, Second Monday in each month, CAFE, BETHESDA. Monthly Meeting, First Monday after Quarry Pay. TOWN HALL BUILDINGS, BEAUMARIS. Monthly Meeting, First Monday in each month. The success of this Society has been most remark. able, its operations havijg doubled during the last three years. The amount of advances on Mort- gage of Property now amounts to over £30,000, and the Reserve Fund is £1500. S HARES, RIO EACH, Paid up by Monthly Sub scriptions of Two Shillings and Sixpence (with accumulative interest) in six years. Members holding Shares for three years and upwards are entitled to participate in the Bonus, which is declared every third year. ADVANCES. Advances on Mortgage of Freehold or Leasehold Property can be obtained to any amount upon itio.,t advantageous terms for any period not exceeding Twenty Years. Interest, £5 per cent, pel <l\num. ADVANTAGES To persons borrowing from this Society: The Borrowei is not liable for any losses. The Payments may, in special cases, at the discre tion of the Directors, be suspended for a limited period. Further advances may be obtained (when the Securities will admit of without a fresh Deed. Mortgages may be redeemed at any time on pay ment of a small fee. No Release Deed is required when the Mortgage paid off. The Mortgage is never called in, except for non ullilment of its conditions. Prospectuses and any further particulars may be obtained on application to the Managing Director, Solicitors, or Surveyors 12 BANGOR CATHEDRAL. DR. ROGERS' ORGAN RECITALS. MONDAY Next 8.0. The Last Recital but Two. M H E Storm (Lernmens), Overture J. Ath&W (Mendea?ohn), and other ESec- tive Pieces. Entrance by Town Door Only, which will not be Opened Durintf the Performance of any Piece. 2066 ESTABLISHED 1840. HENRY HILLS AND SON'S WELL-KNOWN AGRICULTURAL MANURES. All Agriculturists who have not made trial of these Manures against others are invited to do so. WORKS :— AMLWCH, ANGLESEY, AND NEWCASTLE- ON-TYNE. Applications for Agencies in unrepresented Districts invited from respectable and substantial business men. PROFESSIONAL NOTICE. E. C. CLARKE, L.D.S. R.C.S., DENTAL SURGEON, 1, BULKELEY TERRACE, HIGII-STKEET, BANGOR, ATTENDS PEXJIAKXSIAWR and LLANGEFNI every A alternate THURSDAY. Dates of VisitsPEXMAEXMAWR, at Mr J. EDWARDS, Chemist, JANUARY 7th, 10th, and 24th; FEBRUARY 7th and 21ST; MARCH 6th and 20th. LLAN- GEFNI, at Mr HUGHES, JANUARY 3rd, 17th, and 31st; FEBRUARY 14th, and 28th; MARCH 13tli, and 27th. 707 DR. 0. W. JONES, D.D.S. (A.M.). L.D.S., F.P.S.G., Dental Surgeon, Opposite the Market, Bangor, Soon Requires a Youth as an APPRENTICE J DR. O. JONES will be at LLANGEFNI every THURSDAY afternoon, at Lledwigan-road, on the road to the Bank and the County Court. At AMLWCH in the house of itir HUGHES, Stationer, 7, Market-row, alternate TUESDAY afternoons, viz. September 18th, October 2ud, 16th, and 30th November 13th and 27th, December 11th and 25th 50 BANGOR TO CARNARVON AND CARNARVON TO BANGOR. THE Public are mOst T HreE spectfully informed that the splendidly equipped Coach NIMROD will leave the PENRHYN ARMs HOTEL, BANGOR, DAILY at TEN a.m. (Sundays excepted), com- mencing on THURSDAY, the 3rd JANUARY, 1884, and until further Notice, for the ROYAL HOTEL, CARNARVON, and Returning at FOUR p.m. punctu- ally. FARES.—Box Seat .2s 6d. Return..4s Od. Out-side Seat..ls 6d. 11 2s 6d. IN-side Scat..6cl Extra. For all further particulars as to Fares and Parcels, apply to RICHARD HUMPHREYS, 2048 Penrhyn Arms Hotel, Bangor. EVENING DRESSES, FLOWERS, FANS, GLOVES, Ac., ALSO A LARGE VARIETY OF ORIENTAL AND EUROPEAN FANCY ARTICLES, SUITABLE FOR PRESENTS. MESSRS BROWN, HOLMES, AND CO., beg to announce they have just received a Large and Choice Assortment of the above, and respectfully desire the favour of a visit of inspection. £ s. d. Sealskin Jackets 10 10 0 ( Fur-lined Cloaks, 1 15 0 Fur Capes •. 0 12 6 Charges for Making Material Dresses from 12s 6d. BLANKETS, FLANNELS, AND HOMESPUNS, FOR CHARITABLE PURPOSES. Silk Mercers to Her Majesty and H.R.H. the Princess of Wales. CHESTER, December, 1883. 703 HALF-YEARLY CLEARANCE SALE. GEORGE HENRY LEE & COMPANY, BASSETT-STREET, LIVERPOOL, BEG TO ANNOUNCE THAT THEIR HALF-YEARLY CLEARANCE SALE WILL TAKE PLAO; Ox MONDAY NEXT, THE 7TIl INSTANT, AND FOLLOWING TAYS, when all their Season's Stock will be submitted pt GREATLY REDUCED PRICES, INCLCDIXU:— SILKS, BROCHES, Black and Coloured, PLUSHES, TRIMMINGS, DRESS MATERIALS, COMBINATION ROBES, BLACK MATERIALS, DRAPERY, LINENS. FLANNELS, COSTUMES, MANTLES, FURS, MILLINERY, LACES, RIBBONS, GLOVES, HOSIERY, UNDER-CLOTHING, FANCY GOODS, UMBRELLAS. GEORGE HENRY LEE & COMPANY, BASNETT-STREET, LIVERPOOL. 2082 RICHARD CONWAY, YN STREET, LLANDUDNO, Contractor for all Branches of Work in PLUMBING, GLAZING, PAINTING, j. DECORATING, PAPER HANGING, HOT WATER, and GASFITTING. Ac., &c. A large Assortment of KITCHEN RANGES GRATES, and CHIMNEY PIECES always in Stock. 3 SCHOLASTIC UPPER BANGOR COLLEGIATE AND PREPARATORY SCHOOL, CONDUCTED by the Rev. D. D. JONES, will be RK-OPENED after Christmas Vacation OD TUESDAY, JANUARY 8th, 1884.5, Pearallt Road. 2046 DANCING AND CALISTHENICS. MRS J. GANDON bogi to inform the Residents iYL of Bangor and vicinity, that a Juvenile Class assembles every WEDNESDAY, at THREE p.m., at the QUEEN'S HØ,\() CAYZ, High-street. Also an Adult Class on TUESDAY evening at 8. For further particulars, address, Convent Villas, Rhyl, or Queen's Head Caf6, High-street Schooli and Families Attended. 1852 CHESTER HOUSE SCHOOL, 5 and 7, UPPER NORTHGATE STREET., CHESTER. BOARDING SCHOOL FOR BOYS. A HIGH-CLASS course for Pupils intended for Business. Pupils prepared for Civil Service and all Public Examinations. For terms and References apply to the PRINCIPAL ligy THE TATTENHALL SCHOOLS, NEAA CHESTER. THE Preparatory Sohool is for LITTLE BOYS _L from 6 to 12 years Old; the Pupils are well grounded in Elementary Subjects, and carefully trained into cjrrect habits. Pupils in the Upper School-all abjve 12 years old-are prepared for the various Examinations, or for Professional and Commercial Pursuits. The locality is Healthy and Pleasant, the School room, Dormitories, &c., are spacious and well yentilated. Splendid Cricket field, Bath-room, Ac t Ac. Terms Moderate. J. STEPHENS, 2046 Principal. WELSH GIRLS' SCHOOL, ASHFORD, MIDDLESEX. THE School will RE-OPEN on TUESDAY, JANUARY the 22nd. There are at present no Vacancies for the Foundation but the Governors are prepared to increase the present establishment of 80 scholars by the election of twenty Additional Girls, who will pay at the rate of £32 per annum, for an education and board, which is costing the Society between Y50 and £ 60 per annum. Forms of application may be obtained from the Secretary, C. W. JONES, Esq., The Ferns, Balliatn, S.W. 2036 CONWAY COLLEGE, CONWAY, N. WALES. —Terms, Thirty-two Pounds per annum. Classical or Commercial Education, with Modern Languages, &e. During the past twelve years the Principal's pupils have been most successful at various examinations, having entered" Trinity College," Dublin the Bank of Ireland," Dublin and St. Bees Theological College," Cumberland; besides having passed the following" Prelimi- naries Sandhurst;" "College of Physicians and Surgeons," GLASGOW Royal College of Sur- geons," Loudon; "Apothecaries' Hall," London; "Pharmaceutical Society," and the Incorporated Law Society of Great Britain."—For Prospectus address—Mr G FAWCKTT, Headmaster and Proprietor 63 FRIARS SCHOOL, BANGOR. HEAD-MASTER — W. GLYNN WILLIAMS, M.A., Late Foundation Scholar of St. John's College, Cambridge, and formerly Classical Composition Master at Tonbridge School (Powys' Scholar, 1870, First-class Classical Tripos, 1874). ASSISTANT-MASTERS :— A. T Hay, M.A., late Exhibitioner of Queen's College, Oxford, 2nd Class Classical Moderations, 3rd Class Lit. Hum., 2nd Class Modern History Finals. F. W. WAIT, B.A., late Scholar of Emmanuel College, Cambridge, First Senior Optimo. E. GSCHWIND, Zurich University. W. SHEPHERD, London University and S. Kensington. Within the last two years, Scholarships, &c., to the amount of £ 290 per AUBURN have been won by boys from this School at Oxford and Cambridge, and 20 boys have obtained the Cambridge Local Certiiicate. Two House Scholarships of the annual value of £ 50 each will be offered for Competition in SEPTEMBER next. THE School will RE-OPEN at NINE a.m., on _L THURSDAY, JANUARY 17th, and the Examina tion of Candidates for Admission Will take place at ELEVEN a.m. 2039—543 BALA GRAMMAR SCHOOL. • HEAD-MASTER Mr. J. C. EVANS, B. A. (Formerly Powis Exhibitioner and Scholar of Jesus College, Oxford, and latfc Assistant Master at Christ College, Brecon). ASSISTANT-MASTERS Mr.W. G. BONE, (London University). M. HENRI J. MOSQUILliOR, B.A. (Universite de France). PUPILS are prepared for the Universities, Civil Services, Preliminaries of the Law and Medicine, and the Oxford and Cambridge Local Examinations. Young Boys are put through a thorough course of Training to enable them to compete for Entrance Scholarships at the largo Public Schools. The school year is divided into three terms. A limited number of Boarders are taken at the Head Master's House, and are charged £ 13 5s a term for Board and Tuition (inclusive of everything except books). Next Term begins January 15th, 1884. Apply to the Head-Master. 2014 THE OSWESTRY HIGH SCHOOL. HEAD MASTER:-MR. OWEN OWEN, M.A. (Late Scholar of Jesus Collepe. Oxford, and Graduate in High Classics) Honours), ASSISTED BY SEVERAL QUALIFIED MASTERS. THE Premises, including Lawns, Gardens, Field, _L excellent Class-rcoms, and Dormitories, are in every way adapted for a First-class School. The Class-rooms, which are large and well ven- tilated, are capable of accommodating 180 Scholars. One SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP equivalent to £30, and one JUSIOR ScHOLARsniivequivalent to £ 20, will be open for Competition in January, 1884. The Examination will commence on Tuesday, January 8th, and the result will be made known on Satur- day, January 12th. Applications for particulars should be made as early as possible. Two OPEN SCHOLARSHIPS, the Bell and Dr. Wil- liams', have been won by Pupils direct from the School during the present year; and in all 43 Pupils have passed the various Public Examina- tions since January, 1879. The NEXT TERM wilF COMMENCE on TUESDAY, JANUARY 15t.h, 1884. Boarders assemble on MONDAY, the 14th. Prospectus, and views of the Premises, may be had on application. TERMS MODERATE. Early Applications will greatly oblige. 1639 SCHOLASTIC. AMLWCH. THE Duties of Mr. SELLERS and the Misses SELL" Schools wiJI be RESUMED on TUESDAY, the 15th of ,JASUAUY, 1884. Highly Respectable References will be given if necessary. A Quarter's Notice previous to the Removal of a Pupil is required, 2068 LADIES' COLLE-IN, ARCVILLE, RUSSELL-ROAD, BHTL PRINCIPAL, Miss MERCIER; Domestic JL Supervision, Mrs MERClloR. Pupils have passed University Examinations, Senior and Junior College of Preceptors, and Trinity College, London. Next Term, JANUARY 22nd. 2064 OCEAN VIEW, PENMAENMAWK, N.W. AFTER the Christmas Vacation Mrs MASSEY 'k will have VACANCIES for Two or Three /Boarders. Parents desirous of finding a really Healthy and Comfortable Home for their Daughters, with a Sound Education, Careful Training and Homo Comforts, should apply as above. Terms Moderate. Ref erences to Friends of PresentPupils. 2071 ST. THOMAS'S COLLEGE, RHYL. The Expense of a Boy at this School is strictly limited to the sum mimed below, and a Reduction is made for Brothers. THE College provides A HIGH-CLASS EDUCA- TION for lIIiddleclass Boys, based on the Protestant and Evangelical principles of the Church of England, and at the lowest remunerative expense. Scholarships are open for competition at the commencement of each of the Three Tertus. French and German under Professors. Inclusive Fees, for Board and Tution, Thirty-six Guineas a ear.—For further information apply to the Rev. rinjip-TL. 1843 ESTABLISHED 1868. MOUNT HOUSE SCHOOL, UPPER BANGOR. MISS ANDREWES receives a Limited Number of Young Ladies )n Resident or Dily Pupils, offering a Sound and Comprehensive Education, The followin Classes can be attended by Non- with the Comforts of Home. Monday. members of the School, i.e. Class Singing, Monday, 12; Arithmetic, Wednesday, 2.30; Dancing and Calisthenics, Tuesday at 3.30; Drawing and Paintin¡{, Mondays and Thursdays, 2.30. Easter Term will begin JANUARY 23rd, 1884. Prospectuies will be forwarded on application. 2063 BOTTWNOG GRAMMAR SCHOOL. HEAD MASTER: Rev. E. PHILLIP HOWELL, B.A., Late Scholar of Jesus College, Oxon., Honours in Classical Moderations, and in Theological Finals. HEALTHY neighbourhood, within short distance JL1 of the Sea. Pupils carefully prepared for University and Theological College Entrance Examinations and for Commercial Pursuits. Boarders received at the Head Master's House. Terms Moderate. Home Comforts. Household arrangements under the personal supervision of Miss HOWELL. Next Term will commence on TUESDAY, 15th JANUARY, 1884. Boarders and Boys from a distance to assemble on the 14th. Two Exhibitions offered for Competitions at the end of the School Year. For Terms, Ac., apply to the Rev. the HEAD MASTER. The Grammar School, Bottwnog, Pwllheli 1987 R U T H I N S CHOOL. Chairman of the Governing Body. W. CORN WALLIS WEST, Eaq Lord Lieutenant of the County of Denbigh. head-master Rev. W. P. WHITTINGTON, M.A., Late Scholar of Jesus College, Oxford; Second class, Classical Moderations, 1863; Second-class Natural Science, Finals, 1865; for seven year SECOND MASTER of LLANDOVERY COLLEGE, and lat Senior Assistant-master of Reading School. Assistant-masters Rev. DANIEL HUGHES, M.A., Jesus College, Oxford, 1855. FRANKSHERVILL, B.A., late open Mathematical Scholar, St. Peter's College, Cambridge, Senior Optime, 1880; late Mathematical Master of Louth School. HERBERT FIELD, B.A., late open Classical Scholar of Queen's College, Oxford; Second-class Classical Moderations, 1877; Second-class, Classical finals, 1879; late Assistant-master of Brad/ield College. THIS SCHOOL, founded by GABRIEL GFLOBMAN, _L Dean of Westminster, in 1594, and recently re-organised by the Public Schools Commissioners, was RE-OPENED under the New Scheme in SEPTEMBER, 1881, and has, during the past twelve months, received a considerable accession of Scholars. This fact, together with the thorough character of the teaching, and the highly satisfactory results of the Examinations, drew from the Senior Examiner, PROFESSOR BlIYS, the following encouraging remarks: With regard to the work of the School generally, so far "as it has come under my notice, I must say that I am "very mnch 1)lwged with it; the tone of the whole is decidedly ood, while the accuracy nd rcadiness with which t?o boys have given :heir answers do very great credit to the Read-master and the pains-taking Scholars, who have been working with him during the year The School is destined, if I mistake not, to thrive greatly, and to rcach again the mark of its highest tide of "prosperity in the past. The object of the Foundation is to provide a Classical, Mathematical, and General Education on very moderate terms. The School was selected by the Public Schools Commissioners as the chief First Grade School of North-east ales, a selection fully justified by its past reputation and magnificent prospective endowments. The course of study is eitnei Classical, having for its special object the preparation necessary for the Classical Curriculum of the English Universities; or Mathematical and Scientific, based on the require- ments of the Mathematical and Science Schools o Oxford and Cambridge, and of the Indian Civil Ser vice and Engineering Departments; or General, the aim of which is to offer efficient preparation for the various Legal and Medical Preliminary Examina tions, and for Mercantile Pursuits. From thisdepart- mentGreek is excluded, and more special attention is directed to Chemistry, French, Arithmetic, Modern History, Geography, Dictation, English Composi- tion, and Book-keeping. Pupils are admitted at the age of Eight, and special care is taken to make the early training as thorough and comprehensive as possible. 0 The Tuition Fees are Lg and £10 respectively, and the inclusive charges for Board and Tuition £ 51 and £53 according to age. The Examination of the School will, in future, be conducted by the Oxford and Cambridge Board of Examiners. Not less than Two Scholarships, each of the annual value of 98, are offered for competition at the commencement of each term to boys desirous of entering the School-house as Boarders. The next term begins on THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2 0th,1883. 56 ROBERT JONES, FISH, ICE, GAME, AND POULTRY DEALER, BEGS to inform the Gentry and the Public generally that he has establihed the abore _Uniiua% where he trusts to merit a share of public patronage, aud by strict attention to BosmeaB the confidence of his customers. He has a Fresh Supply Daily of FISH, GAME, and FOULTftT* »wl a Fresh Supply o! the Beat BLUE POINTS and BEAUMARIS OYSTFai. T&we we Two Rooms specially adaptedjfor Customers to be served with Oysters, HORNER'S ,CREAM CHEESE ALWAYS IN STOCK. GRIMSBY HOUSE, -1 23 8, HIGII STREET, BANG OR. (THREE DOORS FROM THE PC-T OFFICE.) 1*13 DONALD CAMEION, SCOTCH TWEED AIANUFACTURER, Merchant Tailor, and General Outfitter, CATHEDRAL BUILDINGS, 205, HIGH-STREET, BANGOR, HOSIER, IIATIER, CLERICAL AND MILITARY TAILOR, LIVERIES, Ac., LADIES- HABITS, ULSTERS AND NEWMARKETS, CARRIAGE RUGS, PLAIDS AND CLAN TARTAHS. HAVING Completed, and brought his New Place of Business into Full Working Order, with a Large- ±1 and Varied Stock of Hih Class WOOLLEN FABRICS, New and Specially Selected for Spriag Wear and also being successful in securing the services of a very Eflicient aul Ex,.erienced CUTTER, from one of the leiditi^ Outfitting EatiU-lUlunenta in Edinburgh, he has every cjnlideace in being (kble to ensure Complete Satisfaction to his Patrons as regards both Style and Fit. licing a Bnyer of Woollens for upwards of twenty years, from the Best Houssaiu the K^ingdom, and on the Best Terms, he is now in a position to command the Very Best Value iii tie Market, and ha hopes that this consideration, combmed with strict Personal Attention, and eifoiti to please, will secuia for him a large and ever-increasing Public Patronage. NEW YEAR'S GIFTS! NEW YEARNS GIFTS E. ROBERTS AND SON, PORT PElUlYN HOUSE, HIGH STREET, BANGOR. BRITISH AND FOREIGN FANCY GOODS OF ALL KINDS. A LARGE CONSIGNMENT OF L *,DIES'& GE.V TLEMEN'S AMERICAN ROCKIM J 03 AIRS. INDIAN, CHINESE, AND JAPANESE PRODUCTS. Green and Gold Antiqne PorW&in, HAM J. Kioto, Imari, and Ooisonue Ware in Tea Pots, Kettles, Tea Sets, Plates, Vases, Bowls, Fig'"? <tc. Thousands of Interesting and Decorative Objects. A Vast Collection of Oriental Curios. Imliaa Mattings. British and Continental Fancy Goods in Great Variety. Cabinet Goods in Woik Bexm, Desks, Jewel Cases, Frames, Albums. Ladies' and Gentlemens' Bags, Satchels, Portmanteaom Travelling Baskets, and Trunks. raw PLAYING °' CARDS BEZIQUE, CARD GAMES, DOMINOES, CHESSMEN, DRAUGHTMEN AND BOARDS. BRITISH AND FOREIGN TOYS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. F R A M E S ENGLISH, GERMAN, and OAK FRAMES of every description mad* to oidar. BF. UTIFui. UKLI.KEK CHINA WAllE in Tea Sets, Vases, Ac. Glass Shades, Lustres, Vases, Ornament*. Water Botties, Tumblers, ifcc. Brushes, Brooms, Baskets, Perambulators, Buckets, Pails, Tubs, Bowls, Skimmers, Scales, and white Coopery of all Kinds. 1342 WILLIALILSYANS & SONS, CABINET MAKERS, UPHOLSTERERS, AND FRENCH POLISHERS, 155, HIGH-STREET, BANGOR. (Next Door to the Queen's Head Cafe.) Wri O CI BEG to inform the Public that they are Manufacturing FURNITUBZ W. 1.. every description on the PREMISES, at the most Reasonable Prices. DINING-ROOM SUITES, DUAWING-liUOM SUITES, d BED-IIOOM SUITES, FEATHER BEDS, HAIR, WOOL, & FLOCK MATTRESSES, all PURIFIED, CLEAN & SWERT Old Hair, Wool and Flock Mattresses RE-DRESSED (by Patent Machine), and re-mado equal to New. OLD FURNITURE REPAIRED AND RE COVERED. Every Description of WINDOW BLINDS, CORNICES, A-c., Ac., made to Order. BRASS and IBOR BEDSTEADS, SPRING MATTRESSES, Ac,, Ac., always in Stock. ALL onDEns 8IIALL HANE OCR TROLLL'I ATTENTION. 314 GREAT SALE OF DRAPERY GOODS AT VICTORIA HOUSE, 13ANGOR. IMMENSE BARGAINS IN ALL THE VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS. JOHN EVAN ROBERTS & CO. ONCE more beg toVinform their N>nv;roii C ¡,tnur, in the Town and Country that theirnext ANNUAL SALE commences FRIDAY, ,L\.XU.HY 4:!1, 1351, and will be Continued for Twenty One Days As the Character of these Annn It Siles as ,riet Jri:J. Hiuse havo bajome so wall known, alld admitted to be a bma ri b; Clearance, anl thin aShrdin; an opportunity to Secura High Glass Drapery at Fabulous Liw Prices, i: is quite uimeaessiry to dWJIl at any length upon the various articles kept, and to unwoary the reader by enuinjracin^ prices ujyoui referring that a Great Reduction viil hst made in the WholeStock, citiEistiu, I Carpets, Linoleums in 411 iJl:\kQ$. Floor Oil Cloths, Mattings Cretonnes, Damasks, Ropps Counterpanes, Quilts DRESS Materials I Dolmans, JADLJTS, ULSTER3 | India RUBBER Cloak II Whit AND SCARLETS FLANNELS „ Sl,i,t? gs, Wool SHIRTS Skirts and SKIRTINGS Broad ank Narrow Cloths in all make.* Scotch Tweads and Welsh Tweed. Shawl and Wool Handkerchiefs „ Flowers, Feathers, Ribbons „ Straw, Beaver and F?!t Hats Wool Go oils in Gieat Variety Roys' and Youths Ready Made Suitd Silk and Felt Hats Scarfs, Ties. Collars, Gloves Shirts, Unibrellas, and Cuffs, &c., &c., Ac. Several Thousands of D JZSIH of Paper H UI^UI,M from lid per Dozen and Upwards. Lace aatl Leno Muslin Hanging!, Slightly Soilel, at an Enjrmjtn Sacrifice. Rj nnaats in all Departinents Extreme Low Prices. TERMS: READY CASH; NO ABATEMEN r. An Early Call Cannot Fail to Prove Advantage ns. JOHN EVAN ROBERTS Co., VICTORIA HOUSE, BANGOR. January 1st, 1884. 1106 BANGOR CORN STORES. ESTABLISHED 1848. SAMUEL EVANS, Corn, Flour, Seed, Hay, Si raw, and Oilca'ce Merchant, 3 and 4, ARVONIA BUILDINGS,0BANGOR, THE ABOVE STORES ARE WITHIN TlIIiEE MINu'TES' WALK OF THE RAILWAY STATION. AGENT FOR Richllrdon Bros. and Co., Manure Manufacturers, Belfast; Manchester Prize Cattle Food Company Sn-atfs Patent Game, Meal, and Dog Biwmts Evans' ExeelsiorDog Biscuits; the Gloucester Specific for Foot Hot in Sheep the Imperial Lvie Stock Insurance Company. THF. Noitwt WALKS DEPtH FOR FISON AND 0 S. CHEMICAL MANURES, IPSHWICH. The « Crown Pure Linseed Cake, at t3 5s. 01. per Ton f.ob.. in Liverpool in Bulk, American Thin City Linseed Cake, at £8 15s. 01. per Ton f.o.b.in Liverpool in Baps. Euuiish Undecorticated Cotton Cake, at B5 0). OJ per Ton f.o.b. in Liverpool in Bulk. American Decorticated Cotton Cake, at X.1 5s. per Ton f.o.b. in Liverpool in Bags. TWO TON LOTS of the Cnows LIXSKBK CAKE will he delivered Carnage Paid to any Railway Station in Anylesev, and on the Carnarvon Line as fas as OAUXABVO*. at £ 9 15s. Od. per Ton. Qaantitea under Two Tons at 10s. per cwt. Quantities under One Ton at 10s. 6d. per cwt. Special Quotatiow for large quantities. NO HORSE OWNER SHOULD BE WITHOUT EVANS' COMPRESSED PROVENDER, 10s. Per looibs. I EVANS' PIG FEEDING MEAL is invaluable for Store Pigs, and the beet value for the ptj*, only 8s. per 1601ba. G