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J. M. PORTER, THE ESTATE OFFICE, COLWYN BAY. BUILDING SITES, FOR ALL CLASSES OF PROPERTY TO BE SOLD ON CHIEF OR OTHERWISE. Particulars and plans of several hundred acres comprising all the best land in the neighbourhood. Residences and other Properties for FOR SALE. Houses (furnished and unfurnished) TO LET. Apartments to Let. ARK HILL, CONWAY. -Apart in en ts at moderate terms. Large house in its own L private grounds, overlooking the picturesque town of Conway, with its ancient Castle and W.tiis Alouni the Estuary of the river, the. Vale, the Ervi-i ains, &c. For fresh air and nature 'I"- surpassed. Tennis Lawns, &c. Mrs. Cynwal Jones. 285s- COLWYN BAY—EDELWEIS, Private Boarding House—The Misses Retemeyer.— £ 2 2S• Per Week. 156-52 SUPERIOR APARTMENTS, situated near the Sea and Woods. Good Cooking, &c. Terms moderate. Apply "N. Office of this Paper, Colwyn Bay. 262—13 COLWYN BAY.—Capesthorne Towers, West End Promenade. Charming Sea view, Apartments. Mrs. Rickard, Proprietress. 277s— PROMENADE, Colwyn Bay. "Hawkstone." Apartments. Newly furnished by an eminent London Firm. Directly facing sea. Magnificent views. Apply as above. 276—13 COMFORTABLE Apartments, close to Shore and Station.—Apply, Danesbury, Ha war- den Road, Colwyn Bay. 281s—■ ST. PIRAN'S, Greenfield Road, Colwyn Bay. Superior Apartments. Good Cooking and attendance. Highly recommended. Mrs. ffiadsworth. 283— Wanted. GENTLEMAN wants homely Coltage Lodg- ings for few weeks. Neighbourhood of Colwyn Bay. Moderate. State particulars. Address, l,.A. Weekly News Office, Conway. 286- 1 WANTED.—A Partnership in a good Land and Estate Agency. Advertiser has a Rood connection. Apply "220," Office of this Paper. 285-2 WANTED, at Colwyn Bay, Llandudno, or neigbourhood. a situation in a shop for Girl (¡ s). Speaks \Velsh. Apply. stating fuil Particulars, to "Saleswoman," vVeek1y Ne7¡¡S Offict', Conway or Colwyn Bay. 214- To Let. DEGANWY, near Llandudno, close to station, Furnished House or Apartments to let. Apply, Miss Evans, 7, High St., Conway. 283-3 RIVATE HOUSE to be Let Furnisl-ied. P Apply, U. C., c -o the Misses Reteiiieyc?i-, L?x.e Peli'lic-n EOel-,Nrel.s, Gi Park, Colw?,ii Bay. 275-1)- To be Sold. A ROMANTIC SPOT.—Within five minutes f walk of Abergele, the most romantic spot In North Wales for the building of a Villa Resid- ence. In the midst of green fields with mountains On either side, and partly intersected bv a lovelv stream of pure crystal water, and approached by a carriage drive, at the entrance of which is a ^ery recently erected substantial bridge. Manu- c,urer, merchant, or others desirous of securing sea-side residence would find the above site the P0st charmingly situated in the whole of the ''ncipality. The ground is already most taste- "y laid out, and it would require but a very *»al.l outlay to erect an unrivalled retreat from e increasing cares and worries of commercial Pursuits. Any gentleman wishing to view the bove property, or to have further particulars pricerning same, should, without delay, commu- ËICate with Mr MILLWARD, Town Hall Drapery isbment, Abergele. 282-9 OLD NEWSPAPERS. Quantities of 2Slbs. C and .upwards. Weekly Ne7vs Office, ay. Money. l\. I ORTGAGES.-£7,OOO to be advanced upon â I freehold or leasehold securities in Colw¡'n aty Or neighbourhood, in sums not less than £ 1'00 s 4. to 5 pel' cent intere'it according to the BeCUrtty. Apply, Percy Hignett, Solicitor, Colwyn 276- 1ST 0 Fees unless Cash is advanced. NL()NEY ADVANCED PRIVATELY to Tra('Ie 0 Or °,t^ers> repayable by easy instalments. Call Vvnte, in strict confidence, to GEORGE PAYNE, Accountant, 3, Crescent Rd., RiiN,I. 1\ I a ic? ?s3 e? rE:.? t 1, i'-s, h -d .2-6?,7"-7 ?5,2 I,, 'cl- I'? Colwyn Bay Lawn Tennis Club. following Charges are made to Visitors for Use of the Ground (subject to the Bye-laws): £ a. d. '■ 1 Person 0 0 6 per Hour. 0 16 „ Day. 0 5 0 Week. '1 ••• 0 7 6 "Fortnigllt, F'' » 0 12 0 „ Month. amil-v 0 12 0 Week. ••• ■■■ 110 Fortnight 1 10 6 Month. "slon to the Ground, 2d. each person per day, or 9d. per week. STUBBS, Public Hall, Hon. Secretary. 2768- Mding Sites at Conway. TiEUE ::I Consisting of CO NINE FREEHOLD SITES, *vatg n-r-'n& mag"nificent Views, will be Sold by treaty, the Lots ranging from 1,000 to A 1,200 square yards. ^Pp'y to Mr. A. W. JONES, 272 BRYN CORACH CONWAY Sales by Mr. F. A. Dew. F. A. DEW, AUCTIONEER, SURVEYOR, VALUER, AND LAND AGENT, Llewelyn Chambers, COLWYN BAY. Ten years ( including five years' articles) with two of the largest firms of Land Agents in the country. AUCTIONS of Landed Estates. Freehold and Leasehold Business Premises, House Property, Building Land, Hotels, Live and Dead Farming Stock, Household Furniture, Pictures, Books, and Plate. VALUATIONS of Estates, Business Premises, Private Residences, Building Land, Standing Tilnber, Agricultural Property (inclti(-iiiii ,? Teiiant Right Valuations under Agreement or the Ag-ri- cultural Holdings Act) Dilapidations, &c, and for Probate, Mortgage, Trustees, Business Transfers, Hotels, &c. MORTGAGES ARRANGED. SALES BY PRIVATE TREATY. HOUSES TO LET- Furnished & Unfurnished. Information given of Houses, Building Estates, Farms, Country Residences, and Business Pre- mises for Sale or to let in all parts of North Wales. FIRE. LIFE, AND GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT. The Offices occupy the most prominent and central position in Colwyn Bay, thus affording unequalled publicity to all Auction Announce- ments. 120- FURNISHED HOUSES. Full particulars of Houses to Let Furnished during the Summer months in the following towns, will be sent free of charge on application stating requirements Colwyn Bay, Old Colwyn, Rhos and District, Conway, Llanfairfechan, Penmaenmawr, Bettws- y-coed, Trefriw, Llandudno and Deganwy. Rhyl and Ahergele, Bangor, Beaumaris, and Menai Bridge. COLWYN BAY ———— MR. F. A. DEW TS instructed to Sell by Auction, at the ROYAL HOTEL, COLWYN RAY, early in AUGUST, the undermentioned FREEHOLD PROPERTY. Lot i.-All that Semi-detached Residence known as "Bodavon," Greenfield Road, Colwyn Bay aforesaid. Lot 2.—All that Semi-detached Residence known as Drayton Villa," adjoining Lot T, and now in the occupation of the owner, Mr. Mason. Lot 3.—All that Detatched Residence known as "Arnold Lodge," Coed Pella Road, Colwyn Bay aforesaid. Further particulars in due course, or, in the meantime, may be obtained, as to Lot 3, of FRANCIS NUNN, ESQ., Solicitor as to the whole of Lots of PERCY HIGNETT, ESQ., Solicitor, or of the AUCTIONEER, all of Colwyn Bay. 284— COLWYN BAY. Most Attractive Sale of charming Freehold Resi- dential Properties, standing on elevated ground, commanding unrivalled mountain, woodland, and marine views. MR. F. A. DEW Is favoured with instructions to Sell by Auction, at the COLWYN BAY HOTEL, towards the end of August, two most charmingly situated, newly erected GENTLEMENS' RESIDENCES. LOT T.-All that most artistically designed and delightfully situated Freehold Residence in Eliza- bethan style of architecture, adjoining Queen's Drive, Colwyn Bay. The residence stands in its own grounds, and is bounded on the North and East by lands the property of Percy Toppin, Esq., on the South by propery belonging to Miss Johns, and on the West by the Queen's Drive aforesaid. LOT 2.—All that compact and singularly attrac- tive Freehold Residence, occupying a secluded position in the midst of a beautifully timbered and undulating Estate, and situated adjoining the Coed Pella Road, Colwyn Bay aforesaid, The residence stands in its own grounds, and is bounded on the North and West by lands the property of Percy Toppin, Esq., on the South by the property of the Colwyn Bay Estate Co., and on the East by Coed Pella Road aforesaid. The Residences have been erected from the plans and under the direct supervision of Messrs. Douglas & Fordham, of Chewier, the well-known Architects of St. Paul's Church, the Colwvn Bay Hotel, and many of the most charming private residences in this neighbourhood. Eurther particulars may be obtained of Messrs. WHITES & Co., Solicitors, 28, Budge Row, Canon Street, London, E.C. of Messrs. BIRCH, CULLIMORE, & DOUGLAS, Solicitors, The Friars, Chester; or of Mr. F. A. DEW. Auctioneer, Surveyor, and Land Agent, Llewelyn Chambers, Colwyn Bay. 284— FOR SALE. BY PRIVATE TREATY. FREEHOLD.— Several very choice PLOTS of 'BUILDING LAND also a large selection of Superior RESIDENCES, suitable for occupation or investment in Colwyn Bay and neighbourhood. HOUSES WANTED.—Almost daily applica- tions for Furnished and Unfurnished Houses.— No charge made unless actual business results. MORTGAGES.—Wanted to advance at low interest on sound freehold investments, sums of ,,C300, /-6oo, ;,C,8oo, and ?C ,1,200. FOR INVESTAIENT.-Sex,ei-al. siii-),;tantially built and well let l,esicleiices for Sale, shewing 6 per cent interest on purchase money. Fire and Life Insurance in all its branches. Agent for the Alliance Fire and Life, the Man- chester Fire, the Norwich and London Accident, and other old established Offices. TO LET. FURNISHED. Several Houses in good positions in Colwyn Bay and neighbourhood. Rents varying accord- ing to accommodation. Full particulars of F. A. DEW as above. VOLUNTEER COMPANY, (COLWYN BAY,) "N" COMPANY, 2nd V.B., R.W.F. A SMALL SALE OF WORK will be held in the PUBLIC HALL, COLWYN BAY, On Friday & Saturday, 14th & 15th SEPT. NEXT. Proceeds to be devoted to the Company Funds. Contributions thankfully received. ERAS W STUBBS, 282- Captain Commanding. ¡ SALES BY MR. W, F. WILLIAMS REES. W. F. WILLIAMS-REES, LAND & ESTATE AGENT, Auctioneer, &c., COLWYN. Resident Agent for the Colwyn Land Co. Lim. MONTHLY SALES OF FURNITURE, HOUSE- HOLD GOODS, CHATTELS, &c. The first week in every month at the Public Hall, Colwyn Bay. Parties having Furniture, &c., for disposal, will do well to send in lists to Mr Williams-Rees, Handel House, Abergele Road, Colwyn Bay. First Sale MARCH 8th, 1894. 209- Cono-o'l'ra'n*n itute I I Inst* COLWYN BAY, N. WALES. Under the Distinguished Patronage of His Gracious Majesty LEOPOLD II., Kinv of the Belgians, H. M. STANLEY, ESQ., Hon. M.R.G.S., Ph.D.,fete, etc., The. object of the -,tl)ove Institution is t 'ive Religious 0 L and Industrial Eductitioii to the ino,?t promising of the. Africnn Converts in this country, and to establish Branch Institntir-ns on similar lines in Africa. An earnest appeal is made for £ 5000 in order to develop the work both at Colwyn Bay and in connection with the five Institutions already founded in the Dark Continent. The Committee is anxious to train hundreds of the natives in the African Institutes and to have ultimately under training at Colwyn Bay 50 Students at a time. Any contribution will be most thankfully received by the Director-Rev. W. HUGHES. E.R.G.S. Visiting hours every week day, from 2.30 to 3.30 p.m., when Mr. and Mrs. Hughes will be pleased to welcome any friends or visitors, and to show them a number of interesting African curiosities. Divine Services are held in the Institute Schoolroom- Sunday, Morning 11.0; Evening 6.30; Afternoon, Sunday School, 2.30. Tuesday evening, a Prayer Meeting, at 7. The Sunday Services will be conducted by the Director, one of the Tutors, or by some other minioter. All are cordially invited. 277-13 THE STEAMERS "ST. GEORGE," and the" NEW ST. GEORGE," Weather and other causes permitting, are intended to run on one of the most beautiful rivers in Wales, lwtween DEGANWY, CONWAY, AND TREFRIW, And the Mineral Springs in the Vale of Llanrwst, as under: — Tr,TTt;T Leaves Leaves Ret. from Dfg'mvy Con wav Trefriw 3 Friday 10 20a.m. 10 35a.m. 1 Op,m. 4 Saturday 11 10 — 11 2S — 1 45 — 6 Monday 12 40p.m. 12 5~>ivu. 3 10 — 7 Tupsda v 1 40 1.50 3 4'1 8 "Wednesday 2 25 2 40 4 25 — 9 Thursday 3 O 3 35 — +. 1: 10 Friday 4 30 — 4 45 — +6 25 FAiiES: Fore End, 1/ Cabin and Deck, 1/6; Return, 2/6. NOTE.—The Stealers will start from the Landing Stage, at the North end of Conway Quay, and on their return will proceed as far as Deiratiw.v, except those nitirked tDoubt- ful if Steamers will reach Tretriw.—Fares according to distance. LAWN TENNIS TOURNAMENT, COLWYN BAY. This Annual Tournament will be held on the CLUB GROUNDS, PRINCE'S DRIVE, ON THURSDAY, FRIDAY, and SATURDAY, the 16th 17th, and 18th AUGUST, 1894. LIST OF EVENTS. r.-GENTLEMEN'S SINGLES. 2. —GENTLEMEN'S SINGLES (Handicap). 3-—GENTLEMEN'S DOUBLES (Handicap). 4.-LADIES' SINGLES (Handicap). S.-LADIES' DOUBLES (Handicap). 6.—LADIES' & GENTLEMEN'S CHALLENGE PAIRS (Handicap). Entries are confined to Members of the Club and Visitors staying: in Colwyn Bay, and holding- at least the Club's Weekly Playing- Ticket. ENTRANCE FEES :-2/6 each person for each event, the aggregate of which will be devoted to the Prize Fund. All entries will close at noon on Wednesday, the 15th August, and must be addressed to either of the Hon. Sees.; at the same time enclosing Fees and giving particulars of play. Play to commence each day at 10.30. ADMISSION TO THE GROUND on each of the days, for those other than players, 6d. each, or 1 to admit throughout the Tournament. For further particulars apply to C. PHILLIPS, Lynwood, n e or F. W. STUBBS, Public Hall, j Hon Secs" 285-3 Prizes Value over je60n COLWYN BAY AND COLWYN ANNUAL SPORTS. Monday, Kasife: August 6th, 1894, Commencing at One o'clock prompt. Under distinguished patronage. PRESIDENT: REv. W. VENABLES-WILLIAMS, M.A., J.P. VICE-PRESIDENT: JOHN PORTER, ESQ., C.C. Magnificent Course. Cheap Railway Booking's. Foot, Bicycle, Donkey, Sack, Trotting-, and Pony Races, Hunters'Jumping- Competition, &c. Entries close August 2nd, 1894. Forms Post Free from the Hon. Sec., W. F. WILLIAMS-REES, 286— Kinmel House, Colwyn Bay. Ma'kes Boots and Harness Waterproof as a duck's back and soft as velvet. Adds tbree Dales times to the wear, and allows polishing. GOLD MEDAL SEVENTEEN EXHIBITION HIGHIPST AWARDS. Tins, 2d., 6d, Is and 2s. 6d, of all Bootmakers, Saddlers, uubbinlronmoiigers, &e. Magazines and Periodicals bound to any pattern, in First-class Style, by competent Workmen and on our own premises, by R. E. Jones & Bros., Central Library, 8, Station Road, Colwyn Bay, and Rose Hill Street, Conway
DIRECTORYI AND LIST OF VISITORS.
DIRECTORY AND LIST OF VISITORS. COLWYN BAY. Every effort is made to ensure accuracy in this List, but Residents and Visitors can greatly assist us in this matter by sending direct to our Offices (8, Station Road, Colwyn Bay, and Rose Hill Street, Conway), as early as possible, any Arrivals, Removals, Departures, or Altera- tions desired, for which no charge is made. IMPORTANT NOTICE. All Lists of Visitors mustreach the Central Library, Colwyn Bay, not later than seven o'clock on the Wednesday evening, for otherwise they will be too late for insertion in the current week's issue. PWLLYCROCHAN HOTEL. (Mr J. Porter, Proprietor). Dr T. Openheim, Berlin Mrs Openheim and family, do Miss K. Dyer, do Mr and Mrs R. Taylor, baby and nurse, Leicester Miss Taylor, do Miss Turner, do Mr and Mrs Seebohm, Hitchin The Misses Seebohm, do F. Seebohn, Esq, do Mr and Mrs Arnhold, family, gover- ness, and maid, Berlin A. C. White, Esq, and servant, Cheltenham Miss Wolff and maid, London Miss Ethel Wolff, do Mr and Mrs Mellor, Rochdale Mrs Schulter, Nottingham Master Schulter, do The Misses Barron, London A. Phillips, Esq, do Mrs Hillier, do J. Booth, Esq, Turton R. Thompson, Esq, Whalley J. Mellor, Esq, Stockport Dr Fletcher, Burv Edmund Taylor, Esq, Chesterfield Mr and Mrs Halliday, child and maid, Harrow The Misses Halliday and maid, do Messrs Halliday, do Rev W. Rodgers, D.D., Fallowfield Mrs Ro,,i? ,?ers, do Miss H. jack?on, Southport Mr and Mrs Hazlehurst, family and maid, Liverpool The Misses Hill and maids, London Rev F. W. Macdonald, Birmingham Mrs. Macdonald, do John S. Trangopulo, Esq, and party, Liverpool Mr and Mrs Janson and party, Lon- don Mr and Mrs E. H. Gorst, Liverpool COLWYN BAY HOTEL. (Miss Jones, Manageress). Sir George St John Colthurst, Bart, Blarney Castle, Co. Cork Lady Colthurst, do Master R. G. S. Colthurst, do Miss Swears, do Mrs Grant and maid, London G. W. Walker, Esq, Stourbridge Mrs Walker, do G. W. Flint, Esq, Hull Mrs Flint, do H. H enry Moore, Esq, London Lady Margaret Domvilleand maids, H owth Castle, Ireland Sir Compton Domville and valet, do Lady Catherine Wheble and maid, London H. Henderson, Esq, Liverpool W. B. Collis, Esq, Stourbridge Mrs Collis, do F. H. Dent, Esq, Chester R. Turnbull, Esq, London Mr and Mrs Schilizzi, Manchester Dr Moffett, Queen's College, Galway Mrs Moffett, do R. Doncaster, Esq, Nottingham M. Dadson, Esq, Liverpool J. A. Lloyd, Esq, Pelsall W. V. Creswell, Esq, Sheffield George C. Collis, Esq, Stourbridge J. H. Mills, Esq, Birmingham Miss Mills, do W. S. U. Heard, Esq, Cardiff John Moseley, Esq, Walsall Mrs Moseley, do W. Ewing, Esq, Belfast Mrs Ewing, do Mrs Pennington Poynter and maid, Bath Mrs Southam Howard, do Mr and Mrs Galloway, Liverpool Mrs Martley, Kingstown, Ireland Dr W. Finney, Dublin Thomas Howe, Esq, Manchester Dr Bridgwood, Stafford P. O. Gill, Esq, Shrewsbury Mrs Gill, do Gregson Ellis, Esq, Ruthin W. Bates, Esq, Chester Miss Bates, do G. F. Neele, Esq, do Richard Creswell, Esq, London Mrs Cresswell, do CENTRAL HOTEL. (Miss Robinson, Proprietress). A. F. Haiibiii-v, Esq, Worcester F. G. Acton, Esq, do B. Bryan, Esq, Denbigh Miss Robinson, Leeds E. Williams, M.S.B.C., Manchester P. E. Harrop, M.S.B.C., do G. H. Wilshaw, London HYDROPATHIC. Mr and Mrs Abraham, Birmingham Master Abraham and maid, do Mr and Mrs Davis, do Master Davis, baby and maid, do Mrs Friedelander, Wiesbaden, Ger- many Mr and Mrs Devis, do Master Devis, do Miss Devis and governess, do Mr and Mrs Coldwell, Dublin Master Coldwell, do Master A. Coldwell, do Miss Coldwell, do Mr and Mrs Finnigan, Manchester Mr W. Finnigan, do Mr H. Finnigan, do Master B. Finnigan, do Master V. Finnigan, do Master J. Finnigan, baby and maid, do Miss Finnigan, do Master F. Finnigan, do Mr Stell, Blackpool Miss Taylor, Manchester Miss Keddie, Liverpool Miss Smallpage, Colne Mrs Hammerton, Coventry Miss Hammerton, do Miss H. Hammerton, do Mr Taylor, Liverpool Miss Taylor, do Dr and Mrs Reynolds, Dublin Miss Reynolds, do Master Reynolds, do Dr and Mrs. Larder, London Mrs Whitfield, Birmingham: Miss Whitfield, do Mr Davies, do Mr Lawson, Bristol 'A'ss L i a?,isdii,'do I Mr Lawson, do BELLE VUE—LOCKYER'S PRIVATE HOTEL. (Mr G., J. Lockyer, Proprietor). Paul Connolly, Esq, South Ken- sington, London, Mrs Connolly,, do Miss Elmes, do Mr and Mrs Turner, Moseley, Bir- mingham Miss Turner, do Miss Jessie Turner, do Mr and Miss Shakespeare, Yardley, Birmingham Bates, Esq, Smallheath, do P. Bates, Esq, do Jenkins, Esq, Birmingham Miss Mason, Highbury, London Mrs and Miss Worth, Rigmount gardens, London Rev J. P. H. Clark, Oakley crescent, London Misses Prichard and Phillips, London J. A. Maxwell, Esq, Dublin Mr and Mrs Ingledew, West Hamp- stead, London Rev Bracebridge-Hall, The Rectory, Weddington, Nuneaton Master Bracebridge-Hall, do Mr and Mrs Dodgson, South Ken- sington, London Mr Dodgson, junr, do Mrs Lambourne, Keddlington, Ox- ford Misses Lambourne (2), do F. H. Smallman, Esq, Brixton, Lon- don R. C. Beattie, Esq, Birmingham Mr, Mrs and Miss Clarke, Hunting- ton Mr and Mrs McEnlee, Sydenham, Kent PENSION EDELWEISS. (Misses Retemeyer). Miss Foster, Edgbaston Mrs Freyer, Howth, Dublin Miss Montyn, Utrecht, Holland Miss Hopkins, Boston, Mass, U.S.A. Miss Marie Gray, via Porta Pinciana Rome Miss Robbins, Arlington, Mass, U.S.A. Miss Carra Robbins, do Miss Lloyd, Belfield, Oxton, Bir- kenhead Miss Alice Gray, Arlingtnn, Mass, U.S.A. Mrs Ambridge, Barbadoes Miss Ambridge, Edge lane, Liverpool Miss Katie Ambridge, do Miss Nonhebel, Utrecht, Holland Miss Ferguson, Liverpool Miss Van Toorenbergen, Flushing, Netherlands Miss S. Van Slee, Middelburg, Holland Mrs Urquhart, Lansdowne House, Bedford Miss Urquhart, do CHESTNUTS PRIVATE HOTEL. (Mr J. M. Taylor, Proprietor.) H. L. Cox, Esq, Birmingham H. Legg, Esq, do W. Robbins, Esq, do Miss Robbins, do Miss Allen, Walsall Miss Bibb, do Mrs Hood, Birmingham Miss Hood, do Mrs Chapman, Liverpool J. Chapman, Esq, do Miss Taylor, Moseley Miss Dora Taylor, do A. Rankilor, Esq, Birmingham CLAREMONT PRIVATE HOTEL Mrs C. Robinson. J. H. Farrar, Esq, White Holme, Hoylake Mr and Mrs T. Chadwick, Heaton Chapel Miss Chadwick, do Masters Chadwick (2), do Baton, Esq, London Miss Baton, do Mrs Hunt, do Mrs and Miss Macouney, Southport Mrs Wilders and two friends, Edg- baston, Birmingham Mr Wilders, do Mr and Mrs Brooke, baby and nurse, Huddersfield IMPERIAL HOTEL. (Mrs Lowe, Proprietress). THE DINGLE. (Mrs Brackstone, Proprietress). MOON'S PRIVATE HOTEL. (Miss Stevens, Manageress). Mr and Mrs Drain, Prince's park, Liverpool Mr and Mrs Shaw, Birmingham Mr Shereton, do Mr Jecksells, London Mr James Prince, Connah's Quay Mr H. Midglev, Keighley Mr F. Carrodus, do Mr J. Jackson, do Mr J. Brims, do Mr Saxton, do Mr and Mrs Mayer, Nuneaton Misses Mayer (2), do Mr Mayer, junr., do Mr F. Rayner, Leeds Station Road. Uxbridge house, Shop-Mr E. H. Davies, draper London House—Mr J. O. Jones, draper Moon's Hotel—Miss Stevens 6 & 7, Staffordshire House, Shop- Mr D. Allen, Glass and China Warehouse & Cabinet Maker I l,,iise-M,-s Allen 8, Shop— Messrs R. E. Jones & Bros, Weekly News and Visitor's Chronicle Office, Stationers, Newsagents, &c. House-,Stati;.¡'s Haircutting Saloon Roumania House—Messrs Lewis & Thompson, drapers Dick's Boot and Shoe Warehouse Office—Mr Percy Hignett, solicitor Metropolitan Bank—Mr Hughes 12, Talhaiarn House Shop-Mr J. Williams, Boot and Shoe Ware- house House—Mrs Williams 13, Shop—Jackson, draper House—Mrs Jackson (private) Cumberland Stores—Mr W. Littler, grocer Central Buildings—Messrs J. Jones and Sons, butchers j6-Mi- N,17in. 0",en, ironinoti- ,er House—Mr Davies, billposter Offices—Mr J. W. Richards, solicitor, and Messrs J. E. Roberts & Co., auctioneers Wellington House—Misses Noden, confectioners Shop—Mr Horobin, fancy goods dealer -Mr E. Juby, fishmonger Central Hotel—Miss A. Robinson I, Queen's Buildings, Shop—Messrs W. Williams and Co., grocers House (Cheltenham House)—Miss Williams 2, Queen's Buildings—Mr W. S. Williams drapers 3, Queen's, Buildings, Shop Mr Adamson, chemist and druggist House-Mrs Adamson Mrs Mordv, Moss side, Manchester Misses Mordy (3), do Yarmouth House—Mr Arundale, fishmonger Post Office-Mr Jones, postmaster House—Mrs Jones Mr and Mrs Bokenham and child- ren, London Kronos House-Messrs Merridew & Co., watch & cycle manufacturers House-Mrs Merridew Burlington Arcade-Mr Homan 8, Queen's Buildings—Mr J. Dicken, furnishing warehouse Municipal Buildings- Offices-Messrs Wm. Jones and Porter, solicitors National Provincial Bank of England, Limited. Colwyn Bay and Pwllycrochan Estate Office-Mr J. M. Porter, agent. Messrs Booth, Chadwick, and Porter, surveyors Imperial Hotel—Mrs Lowe Penrhyn Road. Penrhyn Temperance Hotel-Mrs Roberts Mr and Mrs Price, Manchester Mr and Mrs Lister, Stockport Mr J. Lister, do Mr Willis Lister, do Miss Lister, do Mr and Mrs Pritchatt, Birmingham Mr James C. Pritchatt, do Mr J. Hartell, do Hawarden Road. Malvern villa—Miss Thomas Mrs Black, Kingstown, Ireland Misses Black, do Mrs Lee, Walsall Miss Effie Lee, do Miss Gladys Lee, do Miss Winifred Alice Lee & nurse, do Mr and Mrs Edridge and family, Wolverhampton Craiglands — Miss Campbell Mr and Mrs Toft, family and maid, Manchester Mr and Mrs Neilson, Liverpool Mr W. Neilson, do Barrowfield-Mi-s Hirst Hazels-Miss Jones Rev Dr Solomon and family, Man- chester Allen(iale-llrs Fllis W. B. Leane, Esq Bodenyd—Mrs O'Neill (private) Herbertdale—Miss Roberts Mr and Mrs Jordan, Liverpool Misses/Jordan, do Mrs Eglington Miss Eglington Miss Holden, Wolverhampton Mr Fred Delve, Eccles Silverdale-Miss Ankers Mrs Mason, Manchester Miss Gladys Mason, do Mr Briarley, family and maid, Halifax, Yorkshire Highgate-Mrs Thompson Mr and Mrs Jeffrey and family, Birmingham Mr and Mrs Beardwell, baby and maid, Manchester Miss Impey, London Miss Phillips, do Mr and Mrs Gibson and family, Warrington Selby Villa—Miss Lloyd Mr and Mrs Winslow, 3 children, governess and maid, Liverpool Buxton House-Mr Ritchie (private) Newton Villa—Miss Hughes Gorph wysfa — Mrs Rosenblum, family and maid, Cheetham, Manchester Danesbury— Mr T. E. Roberts, Plumber, &c. House—Mrs Roberts E'lerslie—Mrs Owen Williams Mrs Cobden Owen, Hamersmith, London Master Parker Morgan, do Miss Prince, do Misses Chilcott, Kensington, London Mr Chillcott, do Gloucester House—-Mrs Billingham Mr F. Stevenson, Altrincham Mr H. Hardishy, peel Causeway Mr and Mrs Coates, Warrington Mr and Mrs Hays and family, Manchester The Grove—Mrs Mason Mr J. Phillips and family Stretford Villa-Mrs Hulme Mr and Mrs Williams and family, Birmingham Miss Roberts, do Mr and Mrs Lee and family, Stockport Wynnstay Road. Bessboroutjh house—Miss Eardley Mr and Mrs Brandon, Stone, Stoke-on-Trent Miss Kirkham. do Ty'ntwll villa—Mrs Hughes Mr and Mrs Cornforth,Sparkbrook Miss Cornforth, do Mr and Mrs Harries, family and maid, Edgbaston Mrs Taylor, do Misses Taylor (3), do Miss B. Powles, do Grosvenor house—Mrs Davies Littler, Esq, Bootle, Liverpool Mrs Littler and family, do Bryn—Dr M. Venables-Williams Wynncote—Miss Bailey C. O. Gassett, Esq, children and maid, Liverpool Mrs E. A. Green, London Mrs Douglas Ducat, Leamington Spa Miss E. A. Green, do Ben Nevis—Mrs Niven Mr and Mrs Joyce and party, Dublin Misses Riley (3), Kidderminster Mrs and Miss Hobson, Wellington, Cheshire Ben Lomond—Mrs M. J. Jordan Mrs Laslett, Bootle, Liverpool Miss A. Laslett, do Miss E. E. Moss, Willaston,Chester Miss C. Francis, do Mr and Mrs P. Hayes and baby, Bnry, Loncashire Miss Hutchinson, do Mrs Reynolds, senr., Harrogate Miss Mabel Reynolds, do Master Percy Reynolds, do Mr and Mrs Briggs, Chorlton-on- Medlock, Manchester Fallowfield—Mrs Richardson Miss Stephens, Rathgae, Dublin Miss Hewitt, do Mr and Mrs Pagan-Lowe, Circus Bath Mrs and Miss Ding, Barton Delaware villa-Alissus Hughes and Bartley Miss Davies Mr and Mrs Lee and friend, Huddersfield Miss L. A. Bartley, Mold Bronhyfryd—Mrs Thomas Mr and Mrs Williams, family and nurse, Swindon, Wilts. Mr and Mrs D. J. Williams and child, Llanrwst Mrs Williams, Bangor Mrs Slater and family, Burton-on- Trent Mayfield-Miss Dennis Mrs Ferriman and family, Matlock Bath Mrs Jarvis, Sheffield Miss and Master Jarvis, do Misses Barber (2), Whalley Range, Manchester Eccles house-Miss Bateman Mr and Mrs McEwan, family and nurse, Bradford Misses Grandage, do Mrs McEwan, Glasgow Broughton villa-Mrs Maclean Mr and Mrs Wright, Oldham Mr and Mrs Brompton, Formby Somerset Boarding House-Misses Wright Miss Fry, Oxton J. E. Davies, Esq, Great Bridge H. G. Davies, Esq, do Mrs Mosford, Tranmere Miss Mosford, du Miss Marshall, Taunton Mr Monkton, Wolverhampton Mr Monkton. do Mr Llovd, do Mr J. E. j Ones. Cefn mawr Mr G. M. Tune, do Tranmore-Mrs Haram Miss Hawthorne, Uttoxeter Miss M. 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