THE ORIGINAL LLANDUDNO DIRECTORY TIDE TABLE. I MORX. HT. EVEN. HT. hr.m. ft. in. hr. m. ft. in MARCH 25 Saturday 9 23 16 10 9 49 16 11 25 Sunday 10 10 18 9 10 33 18 7 27 Monday 10 54 20 2 11 16 19 9 28 Tuesday 11 37 20 9 29 Wednesday. 0 1 20 1 0 22 20 6 30 Thursday 047 19 8 1 9 19 5 31 Friday 1 32 18 6 1 55 11 9 APRIL 1 Saturday 218 1611 2 42 15 8 BATHING AT ALL HOURS OF THE TIDE PLACES OF PUBLIC WORSHIP AND THEIR MINISTERS. St. George's Church. Sundays. Morning Service [English] 10 30 Afternoon Dido 3 30 Evening [Welsh] 6 0 The Holv Communion administered the second an d fourth Sundays in the month, after morning service. Prayers on Wednesdays and Fridays, at HI 30 a.m. ORGANIST. Mr George Owen CLERK AND VERGER. Mr. Lot Williams Notices of Marriage-, Baptisms, and Churchings, to be given to the Clerk over night. SUNDAY SCHOOL.â€”Mixed [English and Welsh], at Two o'clock, in the National School-room. St. Tudno's Church. CLERK. Mr. Richard Hughes, Dolfechan. Rev J. Morgan, B.A., Rector Rev Thomas Jenkins, BA., Curate CHURCH-WARDENS. Mr J. Williams, Bodafon Mr. James Williams, St Georges's Crescent SIDESMEN. Mr W F Chapman, Teloed Brynmaenol i Mr T A Jones, Bodhyfryd Congregational Church. Rev Hichard Parry, Minister. Sunday [English 10 30 a.m. 11 6 0p.m. Congregational Lecture Room. Rev. It. Parry, Minister. Welsh Service, 9 30 a.m. and G 0 p.m. Sunday School [English and Welsh] 2 0 p.m. English Baptist Chapel. Rev. J. Thomas, minister. Sunday [English] 10 30 a.m. 11 11 6 0 p.m. Welsh Baptist Chapel Hev. J. Griffith [Welsb]10 a.m. and 6 0 p, m. English and Welsh School, 2 0 p.m. English Wesleyan Chapel. Rev. F. Payne, resident Minister Morning Service 10.30. Evening Service 6. 0. Service on Tuesday evenings at 7 Welsh IVesleyan Methodist Chapel. Rev. Mr. Pugh, resident Minister. Sunday,â€”Welsh, 9 30 a.m and li 0 p.m. English and Welsh Schools 2 p.m. Pi-esbilteriatt Clttipet. GLODDAETH STREET, NEAR THE IIARKET HALL. Sunday [Welsh] 9 0 a m. and 0 0 p.m. School, 130 p.m. PUBLIC BUILDINGS. St. George's Church, Church Walks St. Tudno's Church, Great Urine's Head Congregational Church, Tudno-street Baptist Charel, Llewelvn-street English ditto, Mostyn Street. Wesleyen Methodist Chau'i, Cwiacb-street English ditto, Uoyd-streoi Calvinistic Methodht Chanel, Gloadaeth-street National School, Church W*lkÂ» Infant School, ditto S George's Hull, Mostyn Street Tudno-street Lecture Room. Tudno-street Market Hall, Gloddaeth-street Stand for Carriages, l'onies, and Donkeys Mostyn-street Bank, Mostyn-st., open Wednesdays and Saturdays Public Baths, Marine Parade Turkish Baths, Ty Gwyn Road Police Station, out of Church Walks, Henry Jones, oliicer Marine Telegraph Station. Great Orme's Head. Electric ditto, Railway Station Assembly Roomsâ€”Public Baths Railway Station, Vaughan-stieet The Llandudno Gas and Water Company's, Offices, Church Walks Orme's Head Branch of the Royal National Life Boat Institution Station, Vaughan Street [supported by voluntary contribu- tions], Rev. J. Morgan, chairman; Mr. J. Williams, secretary; and Mr. W. Owen, N.P. Bank, treasurer. LLANDUDNO IMPROVEMENT ACT,â€”1854. LIST OF COMMISSIONERS. Rev, J. Morgan, B.A. Mr. John Hughes C S. Lemon Thomas Roberts Joseph Jones William Prichard Thomas Parry Thomas Owen Isaiah D ivies F. Madren R. Farrant L. Raw William Jones Evan Hughes J ames Williams W. F. Chapman T. Hollick Wm. Williams M. Prichard Thomas Jones c OMNI ITTEFR. Finance Committee.-Messrs. Thomas Parry, Thos, Jones, james Williams, Wm. Prichard. Inspection, Lighting, Sewerage, Mater, Market, Pony Stand, and Slaughter ]louses Co)amittee.-Niessrs. Jos. Jones, Evan Hughes, Isaiah Davies, Francis illti- dren. Jloads, tt-c -Messrs. Richard Jones, Thos. Roberts, Wm. Jones, W. F. Chapman. Valuation.â€”Messrs. Thomas Owen, Richd. Jones, M. Prichard. John Hughes, Thomas ltoberts. Auditors.â€”Messrs. J. B. Evans, L. Raw. Post Officeâ€”Mostyn-street, Mr W. Powell, Postmaster Arrivalsâ€”5 25 a.m., and 5 p.m. Despatch-Box closed 8 5 p.m., with extra stamp, 815. Sunday same as week duvs. Money Order Office and Savings Banks open from 9 a.m. to 6 p,in. on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 7 30 p.m. Pi?iai'PLetter Boxes, opposite the Adelphi Hotel, and in Church Walks, near St. George's Church. PUBLIC CONVEYANCES. By Waterâ€”Steamer from Bangor to Liverpool, Mon- days, and Fridays, calling at Llandudno. From Liver- pool to Bangor, Wednesdays, and Saturdays. WALKS, DRIVES, BOATING, &c. WAi.KS.-The Cliff Walk round the Head-5 miles. Gogarth Abbey, along Gloddaeth-street or Church-walks. Pen Dinas Walk, from near the Public Baths orTy Gwyn Road Scenery beautiful- easy in ascent. Telegraph Station, and Light- bouse, along the Cliff Walk. or up Tygwyn Boad. [distance from Market Hall 1 mile 300 yards.] Cop- per Mines, St. Tudno's Church, &c.; Old Road, Tv Gwyn Road [leading to the numerous paths on the Head.] DRIVES. The Telegraph Station and Onne's Head Light- house,up Tygwyn Road; Bodsgallen grounds; on Tuesdays and Thursdays, upon application at the Gardener's Lodge, from 2 to 4 p.m. The Little Onne's Head and Llandrillo, along the esplanade ro by Gloddactli road. BO WING â€”From the Beach, lower end of Church Walks; around the Great and Little Orme's Head, at every hour of the day. AQUARIUM. For Marine Animals and Sea weed, at Plas Trevor, Tudno St. Orders for admission t,) be obtained from T. Williamm. Chemist. Church Walks. Strawberry and Flower Gardens, Tudno Street,
LIST OF VISITORS. 4W We shall feel obliged for any corrections in this list by parties w hose names may be incorrectly inserted, any alteration will immediately be made, oil tiotice being giveii to the Collector, or at theI Directory Office, Church Walks. B, Nirg. Seiriu1 Villa rffr, Mrs, Y,orkshire, Ordovia Houte, Tudno-street I arff, Misses, do do Bail}, the Misses, Denbigh, Ty Gwyn, North Parade Cave Browne Cave, lirs E S. Chester House. Mostyn- street Cave Browne Cave, Hev E F, do, do Cave Browne Cave, Miss L M, do, do Cave Browne Cave, Mr W E, do do Clough, M ra, Preston, 10, St George's Crescent Carlisle, Mrs John, LIVerpool, CaraÃ¹oc House, Lloyd street Cole, Henry, E-q, Birkenhead, Lansdowne Villa, Mostyn-street French, Rev A J, Wesleyan Iliiiiater, Seiriol Villa, CIINI)el-street French, MrsÂ» do French, Miss Rosa, do French, Miss Catherine, do French, Miss Marian, do France, Capt, Tvveenlosv Holl, Holmes Chapel, 2 St George's Crescent France, Mrs, do do Good-ill, Miss, Coventry, Mostyn House, Church l Walks ï¿¼ 0 fi rd C.. Grimtha, G S, Esq, Barister.at- aw, Oxford Circuit, and family, Cheltenham, Rode Homm, Uewetyn-tt florne, CHpt, Ireland, Burleipli Mouse, Church Walks Home, Jrd. do do Kell, Mrs, Tynymaes, Church Walks Lowe, Captain and Mrs, Plas Myria, 4, Nevill Crescent Malin, Miss, Frondeg, Church Walks Parker. Mi-q, Gloucester, the Manor, North Parade Parker, Miss, do do Parker, \i iss E., do do Parker, G., Esq, Oriel College, Oxford, do Pearson, Miss, do Reyner, Miss. Arvon Viila, Gloddaeth-street Snakerly, Mrs and MiÂ»Â», Whutcroft Hall, 2 St George's Crescent Townsend, Miss, Cheshire, 2, George's Crescent Thomas, W J, Esq. and family, Hiimilton-square, Bir- kenhead, Apsley House, South Parade Whitehead, Capt, Preston, Moseley House
THE TICKINGS OF THE LLANDUDNO OLD CHURCH CLOCK. To the Editor of the North Wales Chronicle. u Sir,â€”I have not written to you for a long time, ivir. Editor, and I am not going to write a long letter now; but I want to ask a question as to those houses which have been lately built on the road leading to Bryn-y-big. I hear that there are some very good houses there, but then they are so very far from the town. Now, what I want to know is simply this. Why does not some one run an omnibus between thfe market placd our Mr. Felwu's ? Who- ever would do so must make money, and there are plenty of people who during the season would like to use such an omnibus itrespective of those living in the new houses. There are many who would be glad to go out in the morning, round about tne Little Orme and its neighbourhood, for a few hours, and return by the omnibus, It would certainly be a new source of amuse- ment during the season, and would at the same time pay well whoever carried the scheme out. Perhaps some four-horse proprietors will think over this. While I am on the subject of amnsement, I should like to ask what has become of that proposed cricket club, which our great gun, Sir Walter Riddell, said we ought to get up ? The worthy baronet don't know our good old Welsh nature. When his ancestors came once into Wales, some hundreds of years since, to take away from us our beautiful valleys and mountains, they pounded away at us day after day, and week after week. Well, they got tired of pounding away, and then they took themselves off-fairly beat by the stubbornness of our nature. When nature gave us this beautiful place, which might be made into the most glorious seaside place of residence in the world, we were not going to be dictated to by nature, so just as a gentle hiut to that effect we built Bodafon Row, crowded our houses toge- ther, and we keep on to this day shutting out the free air as much as we can. We ain't to be dictated to any more than onr ancestors were, and we ain't going to be made to play cricket against out will. Now, if Sir Walter had asked the ladies to get np a croquet club, that would be quite another sort of a thing. I have often wondered our ladies have not doue it. A croquet club in Llandudno during the season would be a glorious amusement, and i can teii tnose wno nave not seen it that it is pleasant even for an old Church Clock to see a lady playing a croquet, and putting her little foot upon the ball, and pretending that it will slip off again before she can stike. It makes me melancholy Mr. Editor, when I think of such things, and then re- member I can never be anything but an old Church Clock. I feel so vexed that really I must have a turn at the Commissioners. It's not my faultâ€”it's all because I have been thinking of the ladies playing croquet. There was once a lady came home unexpectedly. She found one of her footmen fast asleep on the drawing- room sofa. Why John, what are you doing ? Well, John, quick as he was at the thing, really had not time to concoct au untruth, and was forced to say that he had been doing nothing' Down went the lady into the housekeeper's room. There she found James smoking. Why, James, what have you been doing ? Help- ing John, ma'am," replied James, thinking that his fel- low-servant must have made some excuse. Now for the application At the adjourned meeting of the Commiisioiiers last week, says the Herald, ou being asked for their report as to finding a place for the hearse, the two gentlemen of the Committee present, said they had done nothing; the one excusing himself on the ground of forgetfulness, the other saying he was waiting for Mr. John Williams to state whether the Estate could find a place." Now, Mr. John Williams was not going to see James helping John to do nothing. So the report con. tinues:â€” Mi-. John Williams said if the two gentlemen would step into the next room, he had something to teU them." I wonder, Mr. Editor, was it only a birch-rod, or was it a horse-whip that was kept in that next room. Every boy that has been to school remembers the cere- mony of "stepping into that next room" with his master, after having forgotten his lesson; and I should not much ike a caning from our John Williams. The finale of the meeting was interesting. "The Commissioners afterwards resolved themselves into a private Committee; but what proved the subject of their deliberations, we did not learn." I should think not, indeed! we have too many "Wanderers," Old men from Mountains," and report- ers prying into our affairs, to suit us. I hear, Mr. Editor, there has been some talk of a Reading-room and Library for the working-classes; that some one wanted to throw it open to all classes, and na- tionalities, but that our glorious Literary Institute would not stand that, and that we are to have it on strictly Welsh principles-that is to say, the English may find the money, if they like, but they shan't have anything to do with it. And why should they ? They don't know our language, or manners; and if they mixed up with us, it would only be ridiculous. Something like a scene I once heard of in a penny theatre in Lan- cashire. They were acting one of Shakespeare s plays. A splendidly-dressed nobleman was to come on the stage, address the King, and state, My lord, Bucking- ham is taken." Well, a shock-headed Lancashire bumb- kin came on the boards, duly dressed up, walked up to the king, and scratching his head, roared out. They's takken Maister Bookenhum." Round turned the king waving his powerful arm-" Han they boy gum, knock un's yead off then." Well, its my private opinion, Mr. Editor, that if our Literazi Institute and Library is half English and half Weigh, we shall be knocking each other's yeads oflj" I I tpo. THE OLD CHURCH CLOCK.
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NEROLINE, unequalled i|n 1 its efTMtt in preserving the 8k'" from the action of the Sun, Wind, and Sar,d, and is indispensable ll^57r,i;v^ttr Sea u?hi, from the if'tation caused by the Chemical action of the Saline Vapour. Williams' Compound Rhubarb Pills. ) Correcting, ditto. ï¿¼ Antibilous, ditto. I Dinner, do. ) Williams' Cotied. Ess, of Ginger. Quinine Wine. Sweet Essence of Senna Diarrhoea Mixture. EFFERVESCENT CITRATE OF MAGNESIA, GENUINE SEIDLITZ POWDER, LEMON KALI, &c. Just Published, the 9th Thousand, LLANDUDNO, its History and Natural History,'or Williams's bes guide and Map of Llandudno and the Neighbourhood. OFFICE FOR LOST AND FOUND ARTICLES. WATERLOO HOUSE, MOSTYN-STREET, LLANDTJDNO. WINTER FASHIONS. AF. WILLIAMS begs to acquaint the inhabitants and visitors of Llandudno and neighbourhood that sue las just returned from London, where she selected the newest styles in VELVET AND STRAW BONNETS. New Shapes in VELVET and STRAW HATS, CAPS, HEAD DRESSES, RIBBONS, FLOWERS and FEATHERS. LADIES' OUT-PITTING. A large variety of New Goods in every description of Ladies' Underclothing, Dressing Gowns, Morning Dresses, Jupons, Quilted, and Lindsey Skirts. FASHIONABLE DRESS MATERIALS. Plain, Stripe, Check, and Chenie Camlets, and Roubaix Popleins, French Epingles, Wool Reps, and Merinoes, REAL WELSH LINSEYS, Linsey Robes and Siyis. DRESSMAKING In the Newest Parisian Styles. THE DEPARTMENT FOR MOURNING GOODS Is replete with every requisite for Mourning Attire. SHAWLS. In this Department are shown all the New Styles and Materials. THE FOLLOWING ARE THE MOST FASHIONABLE:â€” THE ELLORA, THE REVERSIBLE WOOL SHAWL, THE SNOWSTORM BORDER SHAWL. MANTLES AND JACKETS In the Newest Shapes and Materials, including the ASTRACAN CLOTH-Various Colours, MOUNT ST. BERNARD AND SNOWSTORM CLOTHS. Two New Shapes, the Dagmar" and Alexandra." LADIES' HOUSE JACKETS In Velvet, Cloth, and Merino. WELSH FLANNELS. FURS, HOSIERY, GLOVES, UMBRELLAS, TRIMMING, &c., &c. Every Article marked in Plain Figures, and the quality of each guaranteed. A. F. WILLIAMS, WATERLOO HOUSE, MOSTYN STREET, LLANDUDNO, NEARLY OPPOSITE NORTH AND SOUTH PARADES. PEPNE. 'I MORSON'S PEPSINE WINE MORSON'S PEPSINE LOZENGES Are perfectly paiatable forms for administering this popu- lar remedy for weak digestion. MANUFACTURED BY T. MORSON AND SON, 31, 33 124, Southampton Row, Russell Square, London, W.C. Pepsine Wine in bottles at 3. 5s., and l. each. lozenget in bom at Is. 6d, 2t. Qd., and" (kfc. each. RHYL. CARTES DE VISITE. VISITORS to Rhyl are respectfully request- V ed before having their Photographs taken to ex- amine T, Brown's SPECIMENS on the West Parade, and at the Establishmant, 73, Wellington Road. No Photographs issued inferior to specimens exfcrtited. Cartes, 10s. the first dozen. â€ž 6s. the half dozen. "We hare never seen Photographs so Mr. Brown's."â€”Whitttoven Herald..