LLANGOLLEN LOCAL DIRECTORY.|1878-08-02|Llangollen Advertiser Denbighshire Merionethshire and North Wales Journal - Welsh Newspapers Online
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THE LLANGOLLEN ADVERTISER.

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LLANGOLLEN LOCAL DIRECTORY.

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LLANGOLLEN LOCAL DIRECTORY. Fire Briga,de:- Mr. T-I. Davies, Castle-street, superintendent. Town Crier Mr. Enoch Robert Edwards, Pen y-coed. Police Station:—-Mr. H. Humphreys, inspector. Stamp OSice :—Mr. R. Griffith's, Castle-street. Inland Revenue Officer:—Mr. Chambers, Bryn Aber. Railway Station:—Mr. Fussell, station-master. District Medical Officers :-Mr. Hughes, surgeon, Min- ffordd Dr. Drinkwater, Geufron; and Mr. Jones, surgeon, Regent-street. Public Vaccinator for Llangollen and District :—Dr. Williams, Tregeiriog. Baptist College:-Rev.H. Jones, D.D., president; the Rev. Gethin Davies, classical tutor. Board School :—Mr. J. Clarke, master; Miss M. Griffiths, governess; Miss Lloyd, infant governess. National School :—Mr. Marsh, master, and Mrs. Marsh, governess. Registrar of Births and Deaths:—Mr. Robert Hughes, relieving officer, who attends every Tuesday in a room near Mr. Edwards's, watchmaker, Oastle-'street-square. Registrar of MarriagesMr. Edward Roberts, Grapes Hotel. Gas Company :—Office in Queen-street. Secretary—Mr. Samuel Hughes. Overseers—Mr. S. Lloyd, butcher; Mr. George Edwards, Trevor; Mr. Hiram Davies, Castle-street; and Mr. Rd. Edwards, Llandyn. Assistant Overseer:—Mr. S. Morton, Brynhowel, near Llangollen. Guardians:—Mr. John Parry, Trefynant; Mr. John Thomas, Mr John Morris, and Mr. T. R. J. Parry, Llangollen fechan. Highway Board:—Clerk — Mr. C. Richards. Surveyor- Mr. Thomas Edmunds. County Com*t:—Judge—Mr. Horatio Lloyd, Registrar— Mr. A. H. Reid. J Public Newsroom:—Near the Market Hall. Open from 9 a.m to 10 30 p.m. President—Col. Tottenham, Plas Berwyn. Vice-President—Mr. S. G. Fell Hon. Secretary—Mr. R. R. Wil iauis, Regent House. Assistant Secretary- Mr. Gorner month, after the 10 30 a.m. service. Sunday school at 2p.m -St. Mary ,s, Eglwyseg (Welsh): On Sundays—School at 10 3 a.m.; sermon at 2 30 p.m.; prayer meeting at 6 p.m.—StO David's Chapel, Froncyssylltau: On Sundays—English ser- vice at 11 a.m.; school at 2 p.m.; Litany and children's service at 3 15 p.m.; Welsh service at 6 p.m.-Vivod School-, room Sunday School at 2 p.m.—Vicar, Rev. E. R. James, B.D. Curates, Rev. H. D. Morgan, B.A., and the Rev. R. Bowcott, B.A. The Calvinistic Methodists orPresbyterians.-Divine servi- ces are held at 9 30 a.m. and 6 p.m., in Welsh. The pulpit is mostly supplied by ministers in connection with the Flint- shire synod or monthly meeting.—Mission Room: Brook- street. Sunday school held at 2 p.m., and service at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. Independents.—Divine services are held at Glan-yr-afon Chapel at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. in Welsh. Welsh Baptist Chapel.—Divine services are held at Castle- street Chapel at 9 30 a.m. and 6 0 p.m. English BaptistChapel.-Divine services are held at Pen-y- bryn Chapel at 10 30 a.m. and 6 0 p.m. Pastor, the Rev. Dr. Ellis. The Wesleyan Methodists.—Divine services are held at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. Ministers, the Rev. D. Anwyl Williams, Epworth Villa, and the Rev. J. Cad van Davies, Cefn Mawr. English Wesleyan Chapel.-Divine services are held at 11 15 a.m. and 6 p.m. Ministers, the Rev. J. M. Bamford, Epworth Lodge, Wrexham, and the Rev. G. H. Barker, 9, King-street, Wrexham. Llantysilio Church.-English service every Sunday at 3 30 p.m. (3 p.m. from first of October to- first of April), also on the first Sunday in the month, at 10 30 a.m., with celebration of Holy Communion.—Welsh service at 10 15, a.m. and 6 p.m. Holy Communion on the third Sunday in the month. Vicar, Rev. J. S. Jones, B.A. (Cantab). POST OFFICE. Morning despatch for London and all provincial towns and foreign at 10 a.m. Despatch for North and South of England, Scotland, Ireland, and South Wales, at 5 30 p.m. In the evening,letters for London, Ruabon, Dolgelley, Bala, Wrexham, Chester, and all parts of the kingdom, and foreign parts, canbepostecl until 8 5 p.m.; with an additional penny stamp, until 8 15 p.m. Newspapers until 7 35 p.m.; with an extra half-penny stamp, until 8 15 p.m. On Sundays the letter-boxes are closed at 7 55 p.m. Letters, newspapers, &c., for Corwen can be posted until 10 p.m. Letters can be registered until 7 35 p.m.; double fee until 8 5 p.m. On Sundays the office is closed for the day at 10 a.m. There are two day deliveries; the former commences at 7 0 a.m., and the latter at 2 15 p.m. Letters arriving by the Corwen mail, at 8 55 p.m., are delivered the following morning. Postal Telegraph Office open from 8 0 a.m. to 8 0 p.m.; on Sundays from 8 0 a.m. to 10 0 a.m. Savings Bank open from 9 0 a.m. until 6 0 p.m. On Satur- days from 9 0 a.m. to 8 0 p.m. Money Orders are issued and paid from 9 0 a.m. until 6 0 p.m.; on Saturdays until 8 0 p.m. The office is situate in Bridge-street.—Mr. W. H. Davies, postmaster. BANKS. Messrs. Richards and Co., Bank Buildings, Berwyn-street; open from ten till three, on Thursdays from ten till one. North and South Wales Bank, Bridge-street; open from ten till three, on Thursdays from ten till one. Manager, Mr. Griffith Williams. WALKS AND DRIVES. Walks.-The top of Dinas Bran Castle, mile and a quarter. The Abbey, mile and a half. The top of Barber's Hill, mile and a quarter. The top of Glyn Mountain, mile and a half. Eglwyseg Rocks, two miles. Along the canal either way. Plas Newydd, quarter of a mile. Drives.-The Abbey, 1 and a half mile. Ruabon, 6 miles. Chirk Castle, 7 miles. Corwen, 10 miles.

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