KSTAKIJ^HEir 1820. Y, U WORK DOKE WELL AND AT MANUFACTURER'S PRICES, GO TO WHITE, >I vn-UTI mya LAPIDARY AND JEWELLER, ti V 1 v N HOUSE, TERRACE ROAD. yâ =â¢ .v of the new*t c-pm s. Gem and other Rings. Anything not in Stock made to order. RU-.VTI STONKS? AND OTHER PEBBLES SLICED, DRILLED AND CUT. N\H.âTins firm cut be relied on, as all work is done on the premises. THE QUEEN'S HOTEL. "I S prot^i-tf-d o;i the Xort'i ar.d Fast by the Craiglais mountain range. Contains Coffee, Dining and 1 Larries' L'rawin j- !.Â«>orns, nearly 100 Bedrooms, and has a frontage of 150 feet. Each of its Public -;and Private "ittirn- i-'ooms fnco the sea. TABLE D'HOTE AT 6.30 P.M. Tariff on application to the MANAGERESS. THE BELLE VUE HOTEL. FACES the sea and yet in the most business part of the town, and is especially adapted for Commercial Gentlemen. ROARDI.VG TERMSâ2 Â£ GUINEAS PER WEEK, 2 WHICH INCLUDES BED r-.ND ATTENDANCE OR FROM SATURDAY TO MONDAY, GUINEA EACH PERSON. TABLE D'HOTE AT TWO O'CLOCK. Tariff on application to the MANAGERESS. W. H. PALMER, PROPRIETOR. MESSRS. M 0 R G A NAN D CO., (LATE DOWNIE), WINK AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS, Beg to announce that they have Imported ayain this Year a large Cargo of Messrs. ARTHUR GUINNESS and Cos., CELEBRATED EXTRA STOUT, Direct from Dublin, whirh they are prepared to Sell at the following Pricesâ Barrels 86 Gallons at 54s. Od each I IN BOTTLES. Kilderkins IS at 27s. Od. each Pinta 4s. 6d. per doz. Firkins 9 at 13s. (id. each I Half-Pints 2s. 6d. per doz. They have also received a Large Consignment of MARCH ALES, From the well-kuown City Brewery, Company Limited, Lichfield, which they are prepared to Sell at the following Prices- Barrels, Kilderkins, Firkins, ) PALE ALE IN BOTTLES. 36 Gallons. IS Gallons 9 Gallons.. Pints 4s. 6d. per doz. Pale Ales, at 57s. 28s. 6:1. 14s. 6d. Half-Pints 2s. 6d. per doz. Mild Ales, at 45s. 22s. tid. 11s. 6d. t All Bottles charged for will be allowed on return. Empty Casks not returned within a reasonable time will be charged for. N.B.âSPECIAL TERMS FOR THE TRADE. June, 1887. (-)ffice-LITTLE DARKGATE STREET AND PIER STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. SAMUEL ALLSOPP & SONS, LIMITED,! Beg to call attention to their New Brand of LIGHT BITTER BEER, WiilCH, as well as their EAST INDIA PALE and other Ales, can now be obtained either in Cask or Bottle from any Dealer or Orders for same in CASK if sent to their OFFICE- HAMPTON HOUSE, RAILWAY TERRACE, ABERYSTWYTH, Will receive immediate attention. JANE REES, CO MMERCIAL HOTEL, (Opposite tbp R,iilwar Station), ABERYSTWYTH. EXCELLENT ACCOMMODATION FOR VISITORS. JOHN ELLIS, IRONMONGER, GUN AND LOCKSMITH, BELLHANGER, &c., GREAT DAKKGATE-STKEET, ABERYSTWYTH. JE. begs to draw the attention of his numerous â¢ customers to hi* Stock of BREECH and MUZZLE LOADING GUNS and AMMUNITION. Curtis and Harvey's Gun Powder and Chilled Shot GREEN CARTRIDGES. 10/6 per 100; BLUE Do., 10/ BROWN Do., 9/6 per 100. TO VISITORS AND OTHERS. FOR REAL WELSH MANUFACTURED GOODS, GO TO THE WELSH FLANNEL DEPOT, 26, TERRACE ROAD, ABFRYSTWYTH. JOHN EDWARDS & Co., Proprietors. E. V. REES, WORKING LAPIDARY, GOLD & SILVERSMITH, 2, KING STREET, ABERYSTWYTH, (NEAR THE COLLBGE). ALL REPAIRS DONE ON THE SHORTEST NOTICE YOUR GO J OR MILLINERY, TO MRS. MORGAN, 23, LITTLE DARKGATE STREET, ABERYSTWYTH, Who has always a Stock of the Newest Styles. DAVID JONES, CIVIL AND MILITARY TAILOR, BREECHES MAKER, LADIES' RIDING HABITS & JACKETS, LIVERY, &c., 5, CHALYBEATE TERRACE, ABERYSTWYTH. SUITS MADE TO ORDER FROM 50s. GOOD WORKMANSHIP. NEWEST STYLES. W. R. JONES, WATCHMAKER. JEWELLER, &c., 32, GREAT DARKGATE STREET, (opposite Market-at.,) ABERYSTWYTH. Gold & Silver Watches, English & Foreign Clocks, Geld and Silver Jewellery and Jet Ornaments in Stock. Spectacles and Eye Glasses to suit all sight*. Every description of Watches and Jewellery neatly Repaired at Moderate charges. TO HOUSEHOLDERS AND OTHERS, IN TOWN AND COUNTRY. UPHOLSTERING ia all its branches done on or off the premises. Also Clocks cleaned and re- paired, by CHARLES DAVIES, 1, Cambrian Cottages, Llanbadarn-road, Aberystwyth UNDER ROYAL PATRONAGE. THE ABERYSTWYTH PHARMACY, 13, TERRACE ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH, (Nearly opposite the Post Office), CONDUCTED BY THE PROPRIETOR, E. J. EVANS, M.P.S., PHARMACEUTI- CAL, ANALYTICAL & DISPENSING CHEMIST DISPENSINC-All Drugs and Chemicals of the purest quality, tested by gravametric and volumetric u.ethods before being received into stock. The Dis. pensing charges are as moderate as is consistent with the employment of the very best Drags only. N.B.â Special attention bestowed on this branch of the Business, the Dispensing department being entirely under the principal's own supervision. THE VISITORS OF ABERYSTWYTH CAN HEAR TELYNOR CYMRU, (Mr John Roberts, the oldest living Welsh Harpist in the World, who has played before Royalty, and gained many prizes), at their Lodgings, from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Orders taken at Messrs. Wheatley and Sons', Music Warehouse, Terrace-road. R. E. JONES, HORSE & CARRIAGE PROPRIETOR, 19, MARY STRKET, (Neair the Railway Station), ABERYSTWYTH. HORSES and Carriages for Hire by the day or -L-L hour; Conveyances to Devil's Bridge, Plyn- limon, and all places of interest in the neighbourhood on reasonable terms. SEA BATHING. THE SALT WATER PUBLIC SWIMMING BATHS, NEWFOUNDLAND STREET, ABERYSTWYTH, A RE among the Finest Baths in the Kingdom. Private Hot and Cold Baths. Every attention paid to Visitors by Experienced Attendants. Swimming taught by a Professional, who attends 1 daily. I NOTE THE ADDRESS. D. PHILLIPS, CORNER OF NORTH PARADE, & 3, MARY ST., ABERYSTWYTH, TEMPERANCE and Eating House. HORSES and CARRIAGES FOR HIRE by the day or hour. Trips made to Devil's Bridge, Plynlimon, Llyfnant Valley, Monk's Cave, and other places of interest in the neighbourhood. Good horses steady drivers and reasonable prices. D. EVANS, WATCHMAKER, JEWELLER, &c., 41, GREAT DARKGATE STREET, (Opposite the Lion Royal Hotel). GOOD selection of Jewellery in Gold, Silver, Peb- bles and Jet. Also English and Foreign Watches in cold and silver, Telescopes, Field and Marine Glasses, Spectacles, & Eye Glasses to suit all sights. Watches and Jewellery cleaned and repaired. RICHIPT FORMS, in books of 50 each, price Is, may bepurchaaed at tha Observer Office 1 North Parade. very useful. ABERYSTWYTH READING ROOM AND PUBLIC FREE LIBRARY. INFORMATION FOR VISITORS. A^ISITORS cau borrow Books at the Public Library â¢ by an annual payment in advanoe of 5s.; or en payment of i d. per volume per week for the first velurne, and Id. each for other volumes of a work. The Reading Room, which is largely supplied with London, Birmingham, Manchester, and other Provin- cial Papers, is also open to Visitors on payment of 6d. per week. The Library is open from 10.30 a.m. to 9 p.m.; the Reading Room from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. THE JUBILEE. IT should be generally known that W. WILLIAMS & Co. commenc jd their Tea Trade in the year 1837, in which Her Most Gracious Majesty Queen Victoria a"cended the Throne, therefore W. WIL- LIAMS & co.,ti Teas are really the only Teas which have a cla. m to be considered JUBILEE TEAS." In the year 1837, in which W. W. & Co. com- menced their Tea Trade, Tea was first produced as an experiment in Her Majesty's Dominions, under the old East India Company's auspices, but since that time the choicest Teas in the world are produced in Her Majesty's Empire of India and Ceylon. W. WILLIAMS & Co. have been for about 20 years interested as large shareholders in one of the most successful Tea Plantations in India, and have thus possessed special facilities for watching the develop- ment of the Tea Industry in the Indian Empire, and, combined with their known experience and judgment, secure to the public the best value that is possible to obtain. W. WILLIAMS & Co's Teas are a combination of the Choicest Teas of India, Ceylon, and China growth. CHOICE TEAS, 3s. per lb. SUPERIOR TEA, 2s. 6d. per lb. FAMILY TEA, 2s. per lb. W W. & Co.'s Teas are obtainable of most respect- able Grocers in England and Wales, in registered wrappers (which it is fraudulent to imitate). Agents appointed on application to W. WILLIAMS & Co., Wholesale Tea Warehouse, 5 & 7, Button Street. Liverpool. R. JONES, COACHBUILDER, 61, NORTH PARADE. HORSES AND CARRIAGES FOR iiihIE) By the Day or Hour. Conveyances to Devil's Bridge, Plynlimon, Monk's Cave, Llyfnant Valley, Aberayron, and any other place of interest in the Neigh- bourhood, ON REASONABLE TERMS. "THE JUBILEE BREAK" Is worthy of special attention. It is very handsome, is provided with a cover, and has curtained sides, which may be opened or closed to suit convenience. EDWARD EDWARDS, 13, GREAT DARKGATE ST., ABERYSTWYTH, BOOKSELLER, STATIONER, &c. PHOTOGRAPHIC VIEWS BY VALENTINE, BEDFORD, AND FRITH. BOOKS OF VIEWS, GUIDE BOOKS, &C. J. E JONES, FASHIONABLE BOOT AND SHOE MAKER, 6, NORTH PARADE, ABERYSTWYTH. THE CHEAPEST AND BEST IN THE TRADE. All Orders executed on the premises. JE. J. Challenges the Trade for CHEAPNESS â¢ and EXCELLENCE of wear the best mater- ials and the best workmanship guaranteed. LAST FEW DAYS OF THE GRAND AMERICAN BAZAAR CO., 11, GREAT DARKGATE STREET, With the largest Stock on earth. Thousands of articles to select from, all at EACH. 6d. EACH. NOTHING UNDER SIXPENCE AND NOTHING OVER. Open from 10 a.m. till 10 p.m. A VISIT IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. ADMISSION FREE. LEWIS TERRACE COAL YARD AND WEIGH BRIDGE. R. ROWLAND JONES, GENERAL MERCHANT. COAL, CEMENT, OIL, CILYRYCHEN & ABERDDAW LIMES, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. E. & R. REES, COACH BUILDERS, MARY STREET, ABERYSTWYTH, BEG to announce that, having extended their pre- mises, they have additional facilities for con- ducting their Business. NEW CARRIAGES ON HAND. Every description of Carriages built to Order. TO VISITORS AND OTHERS. C.M.WILLIAMS Wishes to draw the attention of Visitors and others to his Stock of Millinery, Straw Hats and Bonnets, Flowers, Feathers, Fancy Wings, Ribbons, Laces, Frillings, Silk Squares, Hosiery, Gloves, Silk Umbrellas, Sunshades, &c. Gents' Newest Shapes in Summer Hats and Caps, Ties, Scarfs, Collars, Cuffs, &c. The well-known house for Real Welsh Flannels, Whittles, and Shawls in all colours, warranted to wear and not to shrink. Every article marked at lowest Cash Price. C. M. WILLIAMS, 10, PIER STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. No. 7, NORTH PARADE, ABERYSTWYTH. S. EVANS, GENERAL GROCER AND PROVISION DEALER. f HUNTLEY & PALMER'S BISCUITS & CAKES. CROS8B & BLACKWELL'S GOODS. FRESH BUTTER AND EGGS DAILY. HARBOUR AND RHEIDOL COAL YARD. CAPT. DOUGHTON WISHES to call attention to a cargo of Best Newport Coal, Henry Powell's, which the schooner Progress," Capt. Jones, is now discharg- ing at the Harbour. Capt. Doughton will receive Cargoes through the summer from Scotch and Welsh ports alternatively. Beat Coals always on hand. â¦ 2ND SHROPSHIRE RIFLE VOLUN- TEERS REGIMENTAL CAMP. ABERYSTWYTH. JULY 30 to AUGUST 6, 1887 (both days inclusive). CONTRACTS FOR SUPPLIES. PERSONS willing to Contract for the Supply of -L the undermentioned articles, for the above Camp, are requested to send sealed tenders, marked "Tenders for to Quartermaster LEWIS, Queen's Hotel, Aberystwyth, on Friday, Jnly 8th, 1887, at four o'clock in the afternoon, after which no tender will be received. THE RIGHT OF SUPPLYING CANTEEN, the Contractor to finrl his own Fittings. TENT HIRE. Canteen Tent, 150 feet x 30 feet wide. Men's Mess Tent, 170 feet x 40 feet â Sergeants â 50 feet x 30 feet Cooks 30 feet x 15 feet Office 20 feet x 12 feet â Men's Mess Tent to be fitted with Tables and Benches for 700 men. Sergeants' Mess Tent to be fitted with Tables and Seats for 50 men. GROCERIES, tc.-Tee, at per lb.; Coffee, at per lb.; Sugar, at per lb.; Batter (fresh), at per lb.; Cheese, at per lb.; Ham (American), at per lb.; Hams (English), at per lb.; Mustard, at per lb.; Pepper (white), at per lb.; Salt, at per lb.; Vinegar, at per quart. BAKER.âBread, at per 21b. and 41b. loaves. BUTCHERS.âBeef, at per lb.; the Beef shall be issued in quarters, the four and hind quarters alter- nately the bene from four inches above the knee to hock joint to be excluded. Mutton, at per lb.; the Mutton in carcases excluding heads, breasts, and shanks below the knee and hoek joint. Oat Straw, at per ton. Potatoes, at per bag. Milk, at per gallon. All supplies to be delivered free of expense at the Camp, in such quantities and at such times as the Qaartermaster or other Officers may direct. Each tender must be accompanied, where practicable, with samples. The committee do not bind themselves to acoept the lowest or any tender. CHARLES LEWIS, Quartermaster 2nd Salop R.V. THE PIER. GRAND VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL CONCERT, MR CROWLEY'S BAND & VOCALISTS, EVERY EVENING, COMMENCING AT 7.30. Admission-SIXPENCE. MANCHESTER & MILFORD RAILWAY PICNIC OR PLEASURE PARTIES. DURING THE SUMMER MONTHS, AND UP TO OCTOBER 31ST INCLUSIVE, FIRST, SECOND, and THIRD CLASS return tickets at cheap fares will be issued, with cer- tain limitations, at the stations on this line to parties of not less than six First, or ten Second or Third Class Passengers desirous of making Pleasure Ex- cursions to places on or adjacent to this Railway; The tickets will be available for return same day only, and parties can only proceed and return by the trains which stop at the stations where they wish to join and leave the Railway, and having that class of carriage attached for which they have taken tickets. To obtain these tickets application must be made to the station masters of the respective stations, or to the General Manager at Aberystwyth, a reasonable time prior to the intended excursion, stating the fol- lowing particulars, viz.:â That it is exclusively a pleasure partyâthe stations from and to which tickets are required, and by what train the excursionists wish to travel-for which class of earriage-and the probable number of the party. The power of refusing any application is reserved. J. C. RUSSELL, General Manager. Aberystwyth, Jane, 1887. MANCHESTER & MILFORD RAILWAY MOUNTAIN SCENERY. COMMENCING ON TUESDAY, MAY 31st, 1887, And every Week-day during the SUMMER Months, CHEAP RETURN TICKETS Will be issued by the Ordinary Trains FROM ABERYSTWYTH To the under-mentioned Stations, in the neigh- bourhood of which may be seen some of the MOST BEAUTIFUL MOUNTAIN SCENERY IN WALES, INCLUDING THE RUINS OF STRATA FLORIDA ABBEY, &c., The River Teify, which abounds with FISH runs close to the Tregrron, Lampeter and Llany- byther Stations. First Second Third Class Class Class TO s d s d sd Llanilar 1 6 1 2 0 9 Trawscoed 2 7 1 10 1 3 Strata Florida 3 6 2 4 1 9 Tregaron (Market and Fair days excepted) 4 6 3 0 2 3 Lampeter (Market & Fair days and 5th July & 18th October excepted) 6 0 4 6 3 0 Llanybyther (Market and Fair days excepted) 7 0 5 0 3 6 Children under 12 years of age, Half-price. Tiokets are available to return by any Ordinary Train on day of issue only. BY ORDER. General Manager's Office, Aberystwyth, May 25th, 1887. BLUE BELL HOTEL, TERRACE ROAD, THOMAS DAVIES, Proprietor. ALLSOPP'S and BASS'S ALES, and GUINNESS'S STOUT, IN BOTTLE. ROBERTS'S K and BOTTLED ALES. EXCELLENT ACCOMMODATION FOR VISITORS. PRESENTS! PRESENTS!! PRESENTS!! IN GREAT VARIETY AT LEWIS'S, 15, GREAT DARKGATE STREET. AN assortment of Oil Paintings of local subjects on hand, Or executed to order. Picture Frames in great variety. ABERYSTWYTH. APARTMENTS TO LET, AT No. 61, MARINE TERRACE, AND YORK HOUSE, 64, MARINE TERRACE, FACING THE BHA. Mrs. HOGG. ABERYSTWYTH.âApartments to Let at Aber- jOL. geldie Hpuse, Victoria Terrace. The house is well situated and has been recently furnished throughout, and provided with every modern con- venience. Good Cooking and attendance, r-For terms, apply MRS. J ULIAN. VISITORS AND RESIDENTS Can rely upon the SAUSAGES & BRAWN MADE BY T. POWELL & Co., BACON CURERS, MARKET STREET, ABERYSTWYTH, BEING FRESH DAILY. WELSH BACON AND MILD-CURED HAMS ALWAYS IN STOCK. VISITORS TO ABERYSTWYTH SHOULD NOT FAIL TO SEE THE. DEVIL S BRIDGE AND THE WATERFALLS. TICKETS TO VIEW, Is. EACH, To be obtained at THE HOTEL, Where every accommodation is provided at moderate charges. A TWO-SHILLING LUNCHEON DAILY. Conveyances leave Aberystwyth for Devil's Bridge every morning at 9.30. W. J. WILLIAMS, PROPRIETOR.
A marriage has been arranged between Captain HARDWIN-GALLENGA, only surviving son of Mr A. GALLENGA, of Llandogo, Mon- mouthshire, and Miss WINIFRED BONSALL, eldest daughter of Mr J. G. W. BONSALL, of Fronfraith. The marriage between Mr LEWIS WILKIN, eldest son of Mrs CHARLES WILKIN, of Glan- mawddach, Merionethshire, and GAYNOR MERCY, fourth daughter of Sir RICHARD WYATT, of 38, Grosvenor-place, will take place at St. Jude's, South, Kensington, on Saturday, July 23rd, at 2.30.
LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. Just now there is hardly any water in the Rheidol. On Monday a thick mist, of a very white nature, covered Pen Dinas and other hills, and on Tuesday a fresh breeze sprang up, which has continued up to the time of going to press. During the last three weeks excellent progress has been made with the masonry at the end of the harbour pier, and a large number of men are at work during all available hours. Excavations have been commenced at the bridge, but a good deal of delay has arisen, and inconvenience has been caused to the contractors. The contract has not yet been signed. J. James, of Alltglaise, Clarach, who went in for his second examination at the Queen's College, Lon- don, has been successful coming out the first in honours on the list out of 117 candidates. Mr James was formerly a scholar of Mr Edward Jones, Grammar school, and a student of the University College of Wales. A new style of conveyance, which has been christened the "Jubilee break," has been built by Mr Richard Jones, North Parade. It is a large handsome carriage, with covered top and open sides, which can be closed by means of curtains when required. The advantages of this arrangement are self-evident, and it is probable that other carriages of similar construction will be required for use during the summer season. CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS.âApproximate return of traffic receipts for the week ending June 26th, 1887. Miles open 182. Passengers, parcels, horses, car- riages, dogs, and mails, Â£ 1,985; merchandise, min- erals and live stock, Xl,549 total for the week Â£ 3,534. Actual traffic receipts for the corresponding week last year :âMiles open, 182. Passengers, parcels, horses, carriages, dogs, and mails, Â£ 1,965 merchandise, minerals and live stock, Xl,651 total for the week, .23,616. Aggregate from commence- ment of half-year to this date, X76,630 aggregate last year, .674,616. Passengers, parcels, horses, car- riages, dogs, and mails, X20 increase merchandise, minerals and live stock, ^6102 decrease; total decrease for the week, -682 aggregate inereas4Vrom com- mencement of half-year to this date, X2,014.
THE TITHE DIFFICULTY. In the House of Commons, on Tuesday, in reply to questions put by Mr Kenyon, Mr Swetenham, Mr Stanley Leighton, Mr T. E. Ellis, Mr Bryn Roberts, Mr Bowen Rowlands and Mr Osborne Morgan, Mr Matthews said the commissioners will be empowered to enquire into the origin as well as into the extent and character of the disturbances in Wales. It did not seem to him material that the commissions should understand the Welsh language. I..
LLANEGRYN. Her Majesty the Queen's jubilee was celebrated in Llanegryn, on the 21st inst, by a general tea-drinking, in which nearly the whole parish, together with many friends, took part, and enjoyed themselves in a manner befitting so momentous an occasion. At 2.30 the children of the parish, numbering about 250,assembled in the schoolroom, after which they were formed into a procession, preparatory to marching to the park field, kindly lent by Mr Phillips, where the festivity was to be held, the whole line of march being enlivened by a display of banners, bearing appropriate mottoes, and the singing of songs by the children, making the whole valley re-echo with their tuneful voices. On arriving at the field, a suitable address was delivered by the vicar, the Rev D. Hughes, after which a substantial repast of tea and different kinds of cake was partaken of, between 700 and 800 sitting down to tea. This was followed by the usual field sports, into which both young and old entered with equal zest and enjoyment. Later on in the evening buns and sweets were distributed among the children The National Anthem was then very effectively sung by all, under the conductorship of Mr Smith. A dance brought the day's enjoyment to a olese. The greatest thanks and credit are due to the promoters and directors of the scheme-Mr and Mrs Phillips, Mrs and Miss Hammons,of Glanmachlas Farm,and Mr John Smith, headmaster of the Llanegryn school, also to those ladies and gentlemen who so kindly gave their valuable assistance on the day, for the able manner in which they performed their several daties.
E. P. WYNNE, t, FAMILY AND DISPENSING CHEMIST, Â§ PIER STREET, ABERYSTWYTH* j
ABERYSTWYTH. MARINE TERRACE. 3, Mrs Lloydâ Miss Mannox, Manor House, Shirley, Miss Brown, do Mrs Sheldon, Upton Ma.gna, Shrewsbury Miss Jones, do Miss Davies, Astley, do 6, Mrs Watkins- Mr, Mrs J. Y. and t'.io Misses Betta, Coventry Mrs Brown and maid, Weishpool 7, Miss A. Jonesâ Mr and Mrs G;acewood, Kent Mr Grayiord, do The Misses bmith, Whitchurch 8, Mrs Daviesâ Mrs L'1wia, Ltanayron Mr and Mrs Russell Cox, Brecon The Misses Tyler's, Worcester 9,â Bev. Canon and ML-S Williams, Llanfyllio Mrs E itongh, and Miss Sleddon, Liverpool Mr aud Mrs Edw.irds, Hereford 10, Mrs I, Mr and Mrs Bosiey, Hereford Mrs Godby and children, Rochdale MissJBali, Great Waltord Miss Joues, Voclmw Miss Cornell, London Miss Flock, do t Mr, Mrs, Master & Miss Halsworth Birmine-.It Mr and Mt8 J. Elson Robinson and family* ampton Mrs Frank Allchin. do Miss E. Laugstar, Hampstead, London Mr, Mrs and Matlwr Few, Warwick rSfr Rev. Mr and Mrs Cole, Doddington Rectory* coin 11,â Mrs and Miss Macrae, Leaminton Rev. Davii Miller, S'.ranraet, N.B. Mrs aa i Miss Cuanick, London 15, Cambridge House, Miss Evans- Mr and Mrs C. C. Smith, Wolverhampton Mrs and MiÂ»s Fallwood, Sedgeloy Mrs Grant and maid, Wolverhampton Mrs Tomlins, Bewdley 16, Miss H. Hught.s- Mrs Hughes, Broom, Alcester Miaa Nettie Pardoe, Cinbersley, Droitwich jm* Mr and Mrs Green, Park Villa, Comer, Wo 17, Mrs J onesâ -j# Rev R. and Mrs Horton, family and nurseÂ» inster Miss Swain, do Mr Jones, Carno Mr Ashton, do 18, Miss Owen- Mrs Smith, Fox Farm, Shrewsbury Miss F Smith, do j Mra Owen, family and nurse, Lampeter 20- Mr, Mrs, Master, and Miss Huntback, Usulef Miss Bedd. t'i, Gremornt Miss Roberts, Amlwch BELLE VUE HOTEL, Mr W. H. Palmerâ Mr and Mrs Mason, Mr Tusienbagen, 24, Mrs Keurick- Miss Wilkinson, Birmingham Miss Clifton, Loudon 28, Miss Hngh<-â fgjL Mrs H. Ha -Proctor and maids, Mr s. A- Miss Pr(., Glenthorne, Cannock 29, John Ev: Mrs For! tamily and nurse, Kenilwortb Miss Hy. do 30, ClanlmulIt House, Miss Rowlandsâ Mr and Mrs Enoch Gittias, junr., 30, I roa4, Tiptou Mrs Sutyford and family, Birmingham Mr and Mrs Miners, Liverpool Kev. A. and Mra Rushtou AbM Mrs Hayes, and Mrs Fawkner, 34, Windsor House, Mrs Roderick Mrs Hayes, and Mrs Fawkner, Maodesisa 34, Windsor House, Mrs Roderick- Mr and Mrs J. Chadborn, Watford, iffortfadaw ? Miss and Miss S. Swift, Ashton-under-Lyno Mrs Allen Mrs Turner Mr, Mrs and Master Wyle, nnrse and baby 35, Brynymor House, Mrs M. Nelson Rev. D. A. Jones & Mr C. W. A. Jones, AbersjJ'' Mr and Mrs Brockbank, Birkenhead Mrs Taylor and Aliss Booth, Leeds, Yorkshire Mrs Halden and Miss Harris, Stafford Mr A. B. Richards, Islington 36, Moreland House, Mrs Edwards- Mr and Mrs Biair and family, Birmingham Mrs Layford and family Mrs Gogers and family, London Mr, Mrs and Miss Bird, Liverpool 38, Mrs Biddulphâ t|<W Mr and Mrs Saxelly, nurse and baby, Mrs Turner, Stockport Mr, Mrs and Miss Webb, Brecon Mrs Williams, d8 39, Glyndwr House, Miss Griffithsâ nmtf*" Miss M. Kenyon Slaney and party, Hatton Shropshire Mr and Mrs E. M. Phillips, Tonypandy 40, Miss Nelson- Mrs Chapman, Shrewsbury Miss Harris, ao Mr and Mrs 8ellick, Lichfield Mr and Mrs Griffiths and family, Llanilar 41, Mrs Jonesâ The Misses Kinsella, Liverpool 43, Picton House, Miss Oamotherlay- Miss Clark and Miss Hutchinson, Warwick 47, Chatham HouR." Mrs Edwards- â¢ Mr and Mrs Bentley, London Mrs and Miss Medlicott, Shrewsbury Miss Tate and oompanion, Ellesmere 48, Mr Bfuton- Mrs Parkinson, Ashburnham Villas, Bradford Mr and Mrs Turner, Manningham, do Mr, Mrs, and Miss J. E. Partridge, West wich 49, Mrs D. Lewis- Mrs McCutcben and maid, Ellesmere Mrs Smith and family, Welshpool Miss Preen, Ross 53, Miss Jamesâ Mrs Hurst, Lichfield 55,â Mr and Mra Deane, Birmingham 61, Mrs Hogg- Mr Jones, Hereford Miss Messieur, Brecon 63,â Mr, Mrs J. and Master Marston, Shrewsbury 64, York House, Miss Russellâ 0, Mr and Mrs Edwards, children and narse, Mr Davies and Mr Knowles, do 65, Clitton House, Mra Powell- Mr and Mrs Jones and baby, Seacombe QUEEN'S HOTEL,â Mr and Mrs Reginald Smith, Maidstone Mr Mrs Longcroft and manservant, Llanina and Mrs Soames, Wrexham; Mrs and Cannon, Dublin; Colonel Hewitt; Mr ana. Annett, Oswestry VICTORIA TERRACE. 3, Ocean View House, Mrs Kensit- Colonel and Mrs Bellers and family, Worcester Rev. Hewlet and family, Manchester Mrs Davies, Worcester 5, Plynlimon House, Mrs Pierceâ Mr and Mrs Loveridge and family, SOSBCX Birmingham Miss Robinson, do Miss Loveridge, Drayton Honse, Trinity Sir Richard and Lady Green Price, Norton* teign Mrs HammerBley, Brownhills Hall, Tanstall Mra Corn and daughter, Buralem Mr and Mrs Taylor, do Mr and Miss Johnson, Dublin Suowdon Houseâ Mr and Mrs R. W. and Miss Moore, Miss Blakemore, do Mrs, Parkinson, Manchester Miss Parkinson, do Mrs Morgan Mr and Mrs George Morgan Mrs and Miss Hogg Rev. Dr. Morris, Brecon Miss A. E. and Miss Sara Morris, Cardiff Rev. Lloyd Williams, B.A., do 6, Trafalgar House, Mr R. Felix- Mr and Mrs Knill, Oak Lodge, Shrewsbury Miss Eariner Colebaoh, Bishop's Castle, SaJOp Mr Lewis, Newtown 7, Brighton Honse, Miss Lewisâ Mr and Mrs C. Bishop and family, CwÂ»rIw^ Carmarthenshire Mr and Mrs Daore rrtf* Mr and Mrs Taylor and family, Llandyssul