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=. Fi^ JKM1 ^1 L E Lff 1 L G SCELCSR TO AJRRET Sea Bathing. Post Horses and Carriages. Lawn Tennis. Billiards, &c. PWLLYCROCHAN HOTEL, COLWYN BAY _OIO tt- x T, (THE LATE RESIDENCE OP LADY EESKINE.) 1"HIb iirst-pl&BS Family Hotel is most beautifully situated in its own finely-wooded Park, in the Bay of Colwyn, commanding splendid views- witliin a short drive of Conway and Llandudno, and a few minutes' walk to the Beach and Station. A most desirable winter residence nToely sheltered also heated throughout with hot air. To meet the increased demand for accommodation, the Proprietor has added a wing- of Sitting and Bedrooms. J. PORTER, Proprietor. N | COLWYN BAY HOTEL. CHESTER AND HOLYHEAD RAILWAY, NORTH WALES. THIS HOTEL is delightfully situated on the Borders of the Bay, within a few minutes' walk Colwyn Bay Railway Station. It is fitted up with every comfort and convenience. THE COFFEE ROOM$LADIES' DRAWING ROOM are on the ground floor, overlooking the Bay and Terraces. SEA WATER BATHS IN THE HOTEL. The Sea Terrace belonging to the Hotel, forms a fine Promenade for Visitors. The Hotel Porters, in Scarlet Uniform, attend the Trains, and remove LUGGAGK to and from the Hotel. STABLES, with loose boxes, and lock-up Coach House, in connection with the Hotel. COACHES TO BETWS-Y-COED, LLANDUDNO, GREAT ORME'S HEAD, viewing CONWAY CASTLE; ABERGELE MARBLE CHURCH and ST. ASAPH, I t Starting from and returning to the Hotel. BILLIARD AND SMOKE ROOM. Miss JONES. Manager. COLWYN BAY is strongly recommended by eminent Medical Men for the mildness and dryness of its climate. ESTABLISHED 1854. THE ABERCONWY TEMPERANCE & COMMERCIAL HOTEL, 1, High Street, CONWAY. Visitors to Conway will find every Home Comfort at this well known Hotel. Breakfasts, Dinners, Teas, &c., provided on the shortest notice, and served in the Ancient Coffee Room, built A. D. 1400. Charges Moderate. Well Aired Beds. Confectionery of every description. ALL KIND OF MINERAL WATERS. 157- J. A. JONES &SON, Proprietors. COLWYN BAY COLLEGE. HEAD MASTER ALEXANDER GRANT, M.A., Assisted by an Efficient Staff of Resident and Visiting Masters. Pupils prepared for the Public Schools, Universities, Army and Civil Service Examinations, &c. Cricket, Football, and Tennis Grounds. Workshop and Covered Playground. Next Term commences May 5th. Prospectuses, References, and full particulars may be obtained from he Warden or the Head Master. 134- MORFA HOUSE HIGH SCHOOL for GIRLS, CONWAY. Head Mistress:-MISS JOHN, (In honours at the Cambridge Higher Examination for Women and Mathematical Exhibitioner U.C.W.) Sound and liberal education according to the best modern methods. Thorough preparation for Public Examinations. Special attention to health and diet. Lawn Tennis, &c. Terms on application. TRINITY HOUSE SCHOOL, COLWYN BAY. Head Master REV. J. H. ASTLEY, M.A., Emmanuel College, Cambridge; Honorary Curate, Colwyn Bay. -0 Boys received from 7 to 14 years of age for preparation for the Public Schools, Entrance and Scholarship Examination, &c. Special attention bestowed upon backward and delicate Boys. 149-52 m u s I C. Organ, Harmonium, Piano, Harmony and Composition. MR. T. J. LINEKAR, Organist of St. John's (English Wesleyan), Colwyn Bay, GIVES LESSONS in the above branches at his private address HEATHER BROW, LLEWELYN ROAD. ( ORGAN 1 RRI HARMONIUM J £ 3 3 0 TERMS:— -{ PIANO 220 HARMONY AND COMPOSITION } 3 3 0 KF* The Term consists of Ten Lessons, to commence at any time, and will extend over ten consecutive weeks. S C H 0 0 L S AT T E N D E D. ——————— 139-52 gJf. games's$d)oot, I>egatttt>ag. (Llandudno Junction.) Centre for the St. Andrew's University Local Examinations. HEAD MASTER REV. R. 0 THOMAS, F.E.I.S., &c., Author of several well-known Scholastic Text-books. 15 years successful experience. SECOND MASTER .—ARTHUR R. BEADLES, B.A, Selwyn College, Cambridge. ENGLISH MASTER :-R. E. JONES, Late Tutor at Llysnewydd Hall, Co. Carmarthen. DRAWING:—MR. E. NORBURY, R.C.A. TERMINAL EXAMINER REV. M. C. DASENT, BA., Deganway. Since this school was established in 1887, nearly One Hundred public Certificates have been gained, including University Matriculation, Cambridge, St. Andrews, and College of Preceptors' Local Exams Jrn ivssl0nal Preliminary tests, and Entrance at Theological Colleges. ;1 HARP HOTEL, High Street, CONWAY. Good Accommodation for Tourists and Commercials. STABLING. O. T. OWEN, Proprietor. 157- THE CHESTNUTS, MARINE R OAD, COLWYN BAY. SUP E RIO RAp ART MEN T S, handsomely furnished, containing every requisite for the comfort of Visitors, beautifully situated, near Promenade Sea and Mountain views. 166-43 c LAREMONT pRIVATE H OTEL, MARINE ROAD, COLWYN BAY. GEAUTIFULLY SITUATED. CLOSE PROXIMITY TO BEACH, WOODS, PUBLIC TENNIS COURTS & RAILWAY STATION. MRS. ROBINSON, PROPRIETRESS. ESTABLISHED SIXTEEN YEARS. 168- MUSIC AND FOREIGN LANGUAGES. HERR J. LOETSCHERT, Will receive Pupils for the Piano, Violin, Singing, Harmony. French and German also taught. Pupils attended at their houses if desired. Open for Engagements for Schools and Concerts. Address DELAWARE VILLA, Wynnstay Road, 121-13 Colwyn Bay. PIANOS, HARMONIUMS, & AMERICAN ORGANS TUNED & KEPT IN ORDER by the Quarter or Year. Over 20 years practical experience. JAMES BURWELL, ABBEY GROVE, LAWSON ROAD, COLWYN BAY. Agent for Messrs. Collard cf Collard and other eminent makers of Pianos. N.B.—Appointments for Llandudno may be made through Mr. G. L. Woodly, Mostyn St., or Mr. Claxton, Pier Music Depot. Music. ORGAN, PIANO, AND THEORY.— Mr CHARLES MELLODEW LEES (Member of the National Society of Professional Musicians) gives LESSONS in the above subjects, at his Room, Cumberland House, Castle St., Conway, or at Pupils' residence. Schools attended. For terms, apply to my private address, Haven House, Derwen Deg, Conway or to Cumberland House, Castle St., Conway. 133- BRON-YR-ERYR, CONWAY. DAY & BOARDING SCHOOL FOR THE DAUGHTERS OF GENTLEMEN. ALSO Preparatory School for Boys. For Terms apply- MISS MATTHEWS. N.B.—OCCASIONAL LESSONS GIVEN. SWIMMING TAUGHT. q6- TYPE-WRITING. LESSONS GIVEN ON THE REMINGTON OR YOST TYPE-WRITERS. All kinds of Legal and other Type- writer copying promptly and carefully executed. APPLY- MISS WILSON, RHOS ABBEY. 142-26 LIPTON'S TEA. AGENT IN CONWAY- W. G. WILLIAMS, Dispensing Chemist, CASTLE STREET. "QUICK SALE AND QUICK RETURNS." 159—52 COLWYN BAY. J JOSEPH W. Adamson, DISPENSING CHEMIST, NEAR THE POST OFFICE, x STATION ROAD, COLWYN BAY. AGENT FOR Jewsbury & Brown's Aerated Waters. Ross's Belfast Ginger Ale & Cyder. Ellis Davies & Co's Teas and Coffee. I II HAVANA & MEXICAN CIGARS. The leading- brands of PACKET TOBACCO: 124— HIGH CLAss gOOTS AND SHOE FOR LADIES, GENTLEMEN, & CHILDREN. —W. R. HANDS, —ri— CON W A Y ROAD, COLWYN BAY. The Latest Patent Ladies' Tennis Shoes with Heels. 172- H — u Funerals Furnished WITH THE NEW PATENT GLASS-SIDE HEARSE AND Closed Carriages. EDWIN JONES Woodland Livery Stables, J > CDLWYN BAY. I I L ONDON pAPERS PROMPTLY DELIVERED. LONDON pARCEL RECEIVED DAILY CENTRAL LIBRARY, 8, STATION ROAD, COLWYN BAY; BY R. E. JONES & BROS., [ AND [ ROSE HILL ST., jj CONWAY. Established 1874. ————— J:E:S CC>. Nelson House, Abergele Rd., Colwyn Bay, THE OLDEST AND ONLY PRACTICAL FISHMONGERS In Colwyn Bay, also, established in the Wholesale Business in Grimsby for the last 30 years, supplying- many of the leading Fishmongers in the principal towns of England, Scotland, and Wales. Poulterers, Game Dealers, Ice & Oyster Merchants, Tin Salmon, Lobsters, and Sardines only of the very best Brands, also, many kinds of Sauces. FRESH piSH DAILY (in the season two or three times a day). First class Goods only. Customers will oblige by giving their orders over night, to ensure early delivery, especially Breakfast Fish. First Delivery, Seven a.m. Sole Agents for- Albert Wright's Potted Shrimps. (Southport), and the Edenbridge Dairy Company's Creams. -:0:- Diploma from Fisheries Exhibition, 1883. VERY CHOICE "ASSORTMENT OF High-class Prints, French Cambrics, and French and Egyptian Sateens. PATTERNS IN FRENCH DELAINES. British and Foreign Dress Materials at Moderate Prices. J. O. JONES "WILL MAKE A SPECIAL j LADIES are respectfully Show of Fashions invited to inspect the stock. On and after MONDAY NEXT, 2nd May. Three-quarter Capes, Mantles & Jackets of the Newest Designs, None of the best goods will be exposed in the windows. Ladies are respectfully Invited to View the Stock.