Teitl Casgliad: North Wales Chronicle and Advertiser for the Principality
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D. Williams & Co., Ltd.. Wholesale Wine & Spirit Merchants, 334, HIGH STREET, BANGOR. Tel. 188. SPECIAL 7 YEAR OLD WHISKY, at 4/9 per reputed quart bottle. Per ￼ ￼ OM Scotch W6isky from3 bottle ￼ t ?i"cOtdt.ishW)u?y 3. JPCCKHtt-.M Old Rum 3- Special lyhw kAd Gin MO.. The above may be purchased every day between ia noon & a-30 p m., except Saturday. Bottlers of Base Ales & Guinness' Stout.
Port. Sherry. Claret. In large and small quantities maybe ordered at yany time, and purch&?ed between 12 noon and 2-30 p.m., and 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., Saturday* included. PORT at 2/ 2/6, 3/ 3/6 per reputed quart bottle. Vintage Pert a speciality. CLARET from 1/6 per bottle. „ „ „ 10d. per half bottfe. SHERRY. 1/6-per bottle. D. WILLIAMS-i CO., Ltd, Willi. MERCHANTS. 334, High Street, BANGOR. Established 95 years. Tel 188.
COUNTY THEATRE To-night at 8-o p.m. ••• ••• JIM-JUST JIM. e NEXT WEEK.—Monday, Tuesday, & Wednesday. GAlf, KANE in "THE LABYRINTH." Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. THE ISLE OF CONTENT." MATINEE Every Saturday at 2-30 pm. 1 I Showing Here Every = B Thursday, Friday and Saturday 3 0 WEE K S.- NEW _PALACE. MONDAY, GUNBOATS CHASE. TUESDAY and ËDNESDA Y, Counsel for the Defence. THURSDAY and FRIDAY, SOULS AFLAME. SATURDAY, Mexican Robin Hood. MATINEES: WEDNESDAY and SATUR- DAY, at 2.30 p.m. SCHOLARS' MATINEE: SDAATYU, RDAY AFTERNOON at 2.30, admission Id. Prices of Admission: 3d, 4d, 6d, and 9d. MANAGEMENT PAYS TAXES. l^TPICTURlDROiL Proprietor and Manager: W. LEE. COOL AND COSY. Week commencing MONDAY, AUGUST 28th. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday: Second Episode of the groat Serial "GKEED," greatest of all Serial Photo-plays. Monday and Tuesday The FLAMING DIA- GRAM," grand rt o-part Imperial Drama. Special Matinee Wednesday at 2.30. Wednesday and Thursday: "THE CALL," two-part Topical Drama. Thursday, Friday and Saturday: "THE NEW EXPLOITS OF ELAINE," better than ever. Friday and Saturday "CELESTIAL CODE," two-part Drama Children's Matinee, Saturday, at 2.30. Ad- mission Id Popular Prices. 3d, 6d and Ud. jnot including war taic. Doors open 7. Commence at 7.30. AMLWCH Horse, Dog & Poultry Show AND SALE (Held this year for the benefit of the Anglesey Branch of the British Farmers' Red Cross Fund). WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30TH, 1916. ENTRIES CLOSE 23rd AUGUST. Schedule of Show .iisses and Prizes may be "tad on application t-; the Hon. Secretary, DAVID JOr< Auctioneer, etc., AMLWCH. THE tJSINESS TRAINING SCHOOL. 245, HIGH STREET, BANGOR. SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING, BOOK. KEEPING, COMMERCIAL COR- RblSPONDENCE and OFFICE ROUTINE, llANDWRITING. PRECIS WRITING. Etc. Preparation for Banks, Railways, Insurance. ^*o8t GHSce, and all Coitimerciai and Municipal ,1 .5/ VLII STUDENTS ARE TAUGHT INDIVIDUALLY. Write or Call for Prospectus. c rapery and Gents' Outfitting. We hold a Good & Varied Stock at prices very considerably under those of TO-DAY. Griffith & Hughes, DEVON HOUSE. HIGH STREET, BANGOR. Friars School, Bangor. THE SCHOOL WILL RE-OPEN At 9.15 a.m. ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21st. mHE HEADMASTER will be glad to SEE A PARENTS DESIRING an INTERVIEW at ANY TIME on WEDNESDAY, SEPTEM- BER 20th. Inclusive Fee for Boarders, JM5 a year (£15 a term). For further Particulars as to Admission, etc., application should be made either to the HEAD- MASTER or to MR J. HUGHES ROBERTS, Clerk to the Governing Body, 3, SNOWDON VILLAS, UPPER BANGOR. p Bethesda County School. Intermediate, Technical, Commercial, and Modern Education. Headmaster: ssr D. J. WILLIAMS, MA Late Senior Scholar Worcester College, Oxford, Goldsmith's Exhibition, Firgt-Claas Honours Mathematical Moderations, Second-Class Hpnours Mathematical Finals. HIGHLY QUALIFIED, PERMANENT and VISITING STAFF. Fine and Com- modious New Buildings in an elevated and braoing situation, in the heart of Snowdonia, facing the famous Pass of Nant Ffranoon. I mportant Reduction of Sdhool Fees to F,3 per year, payabLe £1 peT Term. Loan Of School Books 15s per year. Next Term commences TUESDAY, SEPTEM- BER 12th, 1916. For admission forms apply to the Headmaster or to the Clerk to tile Governor ROGER EVANS, Solicitor, Botihesda. r ■ .• UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER. FACULTY OF MEDICINE. (Medical, Dental, Public Health and Phar- maceutica. Department, open to Men and Women Students). THE WINTER SESSION will commence on -JL THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5th. The courses given at the University, The Royal In- lirinary and other allied Hospitals which contain over 1000 beds, provide full instruction. for the Degree and Diploma examinations in Medicine and Dentistry, and for the Diplomas in Public Health, Psychological Medicine, Veterinary State Medicine and PAarmacy. There are Halls of Residence both for Men and Women Students. In addition to Two Ell t.rn¡:¡"> Medical Scholar- ships, each of the value of Special Entrance Scholarships are open I Women Medical Students, nnd there are t.;k- Entrance Scholar- hips tenable in the Medical School. Prospectuses giving full information as to courses of study, fees, etc., will be forwarded on application to the Registrar. HOLYHEAD COUNTY SCHOOL. BURSARIES. "?][WE Governors of the above School will, at A a Meeting to be held on the loth SEP- TEMBER, 1916, consider applications for bursaries from pupils residing not less than four miles from the School. Forms of application to be had from the undersigned and al? plication tions to be received by him not later than the 9th SEPTEMBER, 1916. The School will re-open on TUESDAY. 19th SEPTEMBER, 1916. T. R. EVANS, Clerk to the Governors. Victoria Chambers, Bolyhead.. Thft Furnishing Problem- Solved6 HOW can I increase the pur- chasing power of every pound which I am about to spend on Furniture ? The solution of that problem will be found in our free catalogue and our Showrooms. While onlj £ sugply artistic, sturdily-built furniture, our perfect manufacturing an d seling organisation enables us to quote prices that are much below those charged elsewhere for the same articles. No matter whether you I Furnish for Cash ar c:on Coniealent I Papment System f your money will go arthest if you I purchase from us. Facts worth noting. We allow 2/- ia the fi discount for Cash. Payments can be arranged to suit Customers' i convenience. No objectionable agreements to sign. Every Arti6le n. urd under our own direct control and supervision. We pay carriage to all parts. Goods delivered in Private Vans. Every Furnishing Requisite supplied. = Value and satisfied Customers account for the phenomenal growth of our business. G tAe We unhesitatingly Guarantee. ￼ ?"S article that does not give absolute satisfaction. IV Write or call for Catuiogue. -44 G L0 tsE Furnishing Go. (J. R. GRANT, Proprietor). Pembroke Place., LIVIERPOOL. Business Hours 9 to 8. Barly Closing, Saturday 1 p.m. Railway Faro Allowed. UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF NORTH WALES, BANGOR. (A CONSTITUENT COLLEGE OF THE UNIVERSITY OF WALES). PRINCIPAL: Sill HARRY R. REICTIEL, M. A.. LL.D. NEXT SESSION begins October 3rd, 1916. The College courses are arranged with reference to the Degrees of the University of Wales. They include most of the subjects for the H,Se. Degree of the Lon- don University. Students may pursue their first year of medical study at the College. There are special departments for Agriculture, Forestry, and Electrical Engineering, an Elementary Training Department for men and women, and a department for .the training of secondary and kindergarten teachers. I Sessional fee for ordinary Arts course, 913 Is; for Science or Medical course, JK17 Is. The cost of living in lodgings in Bangor averages from £ 20 to JE36 for the Session. There is a hall of residence for women students; foe, from thirty guineas for the Session, and a hall for men students. At the Entrance Scholarship Examination (held an- nually in April) a number of scholarships and exhibi- tions, ranging in value from de40 to gio are open for competition. For further information and copies of the various prospectuses apply to JOHN EDWARD LLOYD, M.A., Secretary and Registrar. PWLLHELI UNION. APPOINTMENT OF MASTER AND MATRON. rr*HE Guardians of tiiis Union invite applica- tions for the appointment of Master and Matron at their Workhouse. Applicants must be Man and Wife The Mas^r must be fully competent to kecip the Books and Accounts and to perform all the duties prescribed by the Orders of the Local Government Board, and the Matron must be capable of managing the domestic arrangements of the Workhouse and of discharging the pre- scribed duties. Salary 1:40 per annum Master, and L30 per annum Matron, together with rations and un- furnished apartments in the Workhouse. The appointments will be temporary onlv for the period of the War and subject to the approval of the Locat Government Board and to the pro- visions of the Poor Law Officers' Superannuation Act, 1896, for the purposes of which the emolu- ments have been fixed at JB55 per annum in re- spect of each Officer. Due security for the performance of the duties by a Policy in an approved Guarantee Society in the Funi of £100 will be required. Canvassing directly or indirectly will be deemed a disqualiifcation. Candidates, who must be able to specie and write English and Welsh, must not be liable to Military Service, and applications in t-heit own handwriting, stating age and qualifications and giving the number and age of any children of the Candidates, with three recent Testimonials, must be received by me not later than MONDAY, SEPTEMBER, 11th, 1916. Bv Order, HUGH PRITCHARD. Clerk to the Guardians. Pwllheli, August- 16th, 1915. BANGOR NORMAL COLLEGE. r E North Wales Counties Training College Committee invite Tradesman and others who desire to Tender for the supply of Grooory, Provisions, Mea.t, etc., for 'the use of the College during the year commencing on the 1st day of Ootober next, to send their names to the under. signed, not later than the 9th of September. Forms of Tender will be furnished to all suoh persons in due course. 0 EVAN R. DA VIES. Normal College, Bangor, 23rd August, 191& It T meet5 the urgent commercial need exactly. S t r o ii g, '1 j g h t, capa cious, speedy, reliable and inexpensive. Goes anywhere, does any thing; the easiest in the world to drive maintain. Easy Payment Term. Arranged. Ford Delivery Vati Complete. Price at Works, Afanchester, £ I SO- Touring Car £135. Runabout £ 125. Town Car £185. Cash. No Business Man should be witltoutone of these Motors. Also write for Particulars of the DE LUXE BODIES. WM. JONES, Anglesey Motor Mart, LLANFAIR P.G. TELEPHONE No. 3. Ford Specialist and Spare Part Stockist. i Every Householder Should Join in tPø., "BIG PUSH" I FOR ? ?