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 H-ILL, at LARK HILL, CONWAY.—Apartments at moderate terms. Large house in its own private grounds, overlooking the picturesque 'ovvn of Conway, with its ancient Castle and Walls, the Estuary of the river, the Vale, the Eryri ■Mountains, &c. For fresh air and nature un- surpassed. Tennis Lawns, &c. Mrs. Cvnwal J^nes. 28Ss~ COLWYN BAY—EDELWF.IS, Private Boarding House—The Misses Retemeyer.— £ ,2 2s. per 156-52 SUPERIOR APARTMENTS, situated near the Sea and Woods. Good Cooking, &c. Terms moderate. Apply N. Office of this Colwyn Bay. 262-S COLWYN BA Y.-Capesthorne Towers, West End Promenade. Charming Sea view, Apartments. Mrs. Rickard, Proprietress. 277a— PROMENADE, Colwyn Bay. "Hawkstone." Apartments. Newly furnished, by an Eminent London Firm. Directly facing sea. ^giiificent views. Apply as above. 276—s COMFORTABLE Apartments, close to Shore and Station.—Apply, Danesbury, Hawar- den Road, Colwyn Bay. 281s— ST. PIRAN'S, Greenfield Road, Colwyn Bay. Superior Apartments. Good Cooking and ^tendance. Highly recommended. — Mrs. ^adsworth. 28 3—s A PARTMENTS, with or without Board also jTV Furnished House to Let, Iiurst Green, awson Rd., Colwyn Bay. 288—2 VRONHEULOG Private and Commercial V TEMPERANCE HOTEL, Abergele Rd., Colwyn Bay. Central, clean, homely, detached, and pleasantly situated. Tourists and Visitors ^ill here find a home from home, combined with .derate Charges. Private Suites of Rooms plt;h Board or otherwise. —-MRS. H. JONES, Proprietress. 287s— .1> Wanted. APARTMENTS wanted at Conway, from Sept. 8 to 19, Bedroom and Sitting-room, by married man with one child. State inclusive ^^s^oC. Harris, Times Office, Oxford. 289—1 /"ANTED, Apartments for fou r or five weeks. V Dining and 4 Bedrooms (6 beds). Apply, ating- terms, which must be moderate, MRS ALKER, 27, Port Street, Walsall. 287—3 WANTED, in September, at Colwyn Bay, in sheltered position near woods, an Un- J^Uiishecl House with 5 or 6 Bedrooms, 2 Sitting j^0oms, without basement, with small garden. must moderate. Reply, Synge, 25, hItefriars, Chester. 288-2 To Let. I jEGANWY, near Llandudno, close to station, Furnished House or Apartments to let. Ppiy* Miss Evans, 7, High St., Conway. 283—s JDRIVATE HOUSE to be Let Furnished. p Apply, H. C., C/O the Misses Retemeyer, ension Edelweiss, Grove Park, Colwyn Bay. 275-13 MOST comfortably Furnished House for winter months. Moderate rental. Apply, nt, Llewelyn Rd., Colwyn Bay. 288-2 To be Sold. A ROMANTIC SPOT.—within five minutes in V. walk of Abergele, the most romantic spot en orth \Vales for the building of a Villa Resid- 0n e; In the midst of green fields with mountains str6' side, and partly intersected by a lovely a ea,n of pure crystal water, and approached by car-ia-e drive, at the entrance of which is a facj^ recently erected substantial bridge. Manu- seaU.rer' merchant, or others desirous of securing res'dence would find the above site the pr;S charmingly situated in the whole of the full^'P^'ty. The ground is already most taste- Sr>iall OUt' anc^ wou'd require but a very the °utlay to erect an unrivalled retreat from pUrslr]Creasing cares and worries of commercial ab0vU'ts' gentleman wishing to view the "oove property, or to have further particulars n'lc same, should, without delay, commu- K. ,e,vv;th Mr MILLWARD, Town Hall Drapery lshment, Abergele. 282—9 Se, Semi-Detached Villas for Sale, near Eirias laro ^'nRle. Also Detached Villa, with good, T?arden. For full particulars—BATESON, Colwyn Bay. 288—3 OLD NEWSPAPERS. Quantities of 25ibs. Cú and upwards. Weekly News Office, ll\Va,. Money. 1\11 ORTGAGES.—, £ 7,000 to be advanced upon or or leasehold securities in Colwyn 4,/ Or <it 4 nelghbollrhood, in sums not less than ioo Set"ut it ° Per cent interest according- to the Bay, Apply, Percy Hignett, Solicitor, Colwyn 276— 0 Pees unless Cash is advanced. to^Sd EY ADVANCED PRIVATELY a,1d otUSmen' farmers, Lodging-house Keepers, °r vv-rit^er-S' rePayable by easy instalments. Call e> m strict confidence, to GEORGE PAYNE, Accountant, ead n. Crescent Rd., Rhyl. Manchester. Established 1S70. 267—52 a^azines and Periodicals bound to c°rn Pattern' 'n First-class Style, by Patent Workmen and on our own C6li LS' by R- E. Jones & Bros., rHl library, 8, Station Road, Colwyn rind Rose Hill Street, Conway Sales by Mr. F. A. Dew. F. A. D E W, 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- Timber, Agricultural Property (including Tenant Right Valuations under Agreement or the Aeri- cultural Holdings Act) Dilapidations, &c, and for Probate, Mortgage, Trustees, BusitiessTransfers, 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 ofNortb 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. Pull particulars of Houses to Let- Furnished during- the Summer and Winter months in the following- towns, will be sent free of charge on application stating requirements :— Colwyn Bay, Old Colwyn, Rhos and District, Conway, I-laiifnirfechaii, Penmaenmawr, Bettws- y-cced, Trefriw, Llandudno and Deganwy, Rhyl and Abergele, Bangor, Beaumaris, and Menai Bridge. p ENMAENI\IAWR.-BRYN EGLWYS. MR. F. A. DEW Will SELL BY AUCTION, on the above Premises on Tuesday and Wednesday, the 28th and 29th August, 1894, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, and Jeweller's STOCK-IN-TRADE, the property of Mr Brodie, who is leavihg in consequence of the expiration of his tenancy. Sale each day at 11.30. Catalogues in due course. 228-2 OLWYN BAY. COLWYN BAY. MR. F. A. DEW IS instructed to Sell by Auction, at the ROYAL HOTEL, COLWYN BAY, on Tuesday, the 28th day of August, the undermentioned FREEHOLD PROPERTIES. Lot I.-All that Semi-detached Residence known as Bodavon," Greenfield Road, Colwyn Bay aforesaid, now in the occupation of Miss Owen, as yearly tenant thereof. Lot 2.—All that Semi-detached Residence known as Drayton Villa," adjoining Lot I, 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, uow in the occupation of the Rev G. E. Bowker, as yearly tenant thereof. Further particulars in due course, or, in the meantime, as to Lot 3, of FRANCIS NUNN, ESQ., Solicitor as to Lots i and 2. PERCY HIGNETT, ESQ., Solicitor, or as to the whole, of the AUCTIONEER, all of Colwyn Bay. 284— c OLWYN 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, on Thursday, 30th 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 stvle of architecture, adjoining Queen's Drive, Colwvn Bav. 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 belonariner 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 Bav 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 Chester, the well-known Architects of St. Paul's Church, the Colwyn 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— COLWYN BAY. Sale of most important Freehold Commercial Properties, in the centre of the town. MR. F. A. DEW Is favoured with instructions to SELL BY AUCTION, at the ROYAL HOTEL. Colwyn Bay, on Tuesday, 4th September, 1894, the undermentioned Freehold Commercial Properties. Lot. i-All that freehold property known as "Pres- wvlfa or the Colwyn Bay Bazaar," situated adjoining, and with an important frontage to the Abergele Road, and now in the occupation of Mrs Wellbourn, as tenant thereof. There is good stabling at the back of the premises. Lot 2.—All that dwelling-house, with offices under, known as "Central Chambers," situatpo with a frontage to Sea View Crescent, and now in the respective occupations of the National Tele- phone Co., Ltd., and Francis Nunn. Esq, Solicitor, as tenants thereof. Full particulars in due course, or in the mean- time ot FRANCIS NUNN, Esq., Solicitor, or of Mr F. A. DEW, Auctioneer and La nd Agent, Llewelyn Chambers, Colwyn Bay. 288— 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. I MORTGAGES.—Wanted to advance at low interest on sound freehold investments, sums of £300, £ 600, LSoo, and £ 1,200. Sales by Mr. F. A. Dew. FOR INVESTMENT.—Several substantially built and well let Residences 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. Yo 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. Building Sites at Conway. THE 'ZEiRW', j Consisting of NINE FREEHOLD SITES, Commanding magnificent Views, will be Sold by Private Treaty, the Lots ranging from 1,000 to 1,200 square yards. Apply to Mr. A. W. JONES, BRYN CORACH 272— CONWAY
Colwyn Bay Lawn Tennis Club. The following Charges are made to Visitors for the use of the Ground (subject to the Bye-laws): £ s. d. Each Person 0 0 6 per Hour. 11 11 0 16 Di,y. 1, 0 5 0 .Week. 1, 1, 0 7 6 Fortniglit. 11 11 0 12 0 Moiith. Family 0 12 0 Wec,k. 1 1 0 Fortnight 1 10 6 Month. Admission to the Ground, 2,1. each person per day, or 9d. per week. F. W. STUBBS, Public Hall, Hon. Secretary. 276s—
COLWYN BAY GOLF CLUB. TERMS OF MEMBERSHIP. Non-Playing Members £1 1 0 per annum. Playing Members C 1 1 0 per annum Subscription. 1 0 Entrance Fee. Visitors (if properly introduced and subject to the rules of the Club). Each Person 2/6 per day. Each Person 5/- per week. A Professional is in daily attendance. HON. SEC., F. A. DEW, Llewelyn Chambers, 289- Colwyn Bay.
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. FRAS W STUBBS, 282— Captain Commanding. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. A GRAND BAZAAR WILL BE HELD IN THE Public Hall, Colwyn 6ay, UNDER DISTINGUISHED PATRONAGE, ON OCTOBER IOTH & IITH, 1894, In aid of the Conway, Llandudno, and Colwyn Bay Circuit Fund. Contributions in money and kind will be thank- fully received by the Secretaries, W. O. Williams, Victor House, Llandudno, or J. H. Roberts, Mona House, Colwyn. 287-9 Public Hall, Colwyn Bay, Saturday, Aug. 25th, 1894. GRAND CHAMBER CONCERT, Artistes:— MISS ELSIE EDGE, (Soprano). MR. DENBIGH COOPER, (Baritone), MISS BESSIE OWEN'S LADIES MANDOLINE BAND.. MR. FRANK HARRIS in the amusing Sketch NEARLY SEVEN." To commence at 7.45. Doors open at 7.15. Carriages at 9.30. Reserved numbered Seats, 31-; Front Seats, 2/ Second Seats, 1 a limited number at 6d. Box Office and Plan of Hall at Mr. Powlson's Library. 289-1 Public Hall, Colwyn Bay. FOR THREE NIGHTS ONLY Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, August 27th, 2§th, and 29th. Day Performance on Wednesday, at 5 o'clock. Tickets at C. R. Chaplin's, Photographer, top of Sea View Terrace. Prices of Admission: First Class and Reserved Seats, 2S; Second Class, is.; Back, 6d. Children, when accompanied by their parents, Half-price to First and Second Seats. Children in arms not admitted, Doors open at 7.30 Carriages at 10.15. The Prettiest, Smartest, and most Refined Entertainment on Tour.—Vide Press. TERENCE RAMSDALE'S Gorgeous Burlesque Extravaganza, entitled ALADDIN AND TH £ AI™fDEEFUL New & Beautiful Scenery Gorgeous Costumes! Sparkling Music Novel Specialities! POWERFUL COMPANY of 30 PERFORMERS. 289-1
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 must reach 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). Mr and Mrs Meade-King-, West Derby Miss Meade-King, do R. R. Meade-Kine:, Esq, do Mr and Mrs Sternberg, family and maid, Manchester Mr and Mrs Knight, Newcastle- under-Lyne Dr and Mrs Tawse Nisbet, Liverpool T. W. Bone, Esq, Fiixton T. W. Bone, Esq, junr, do W. P. Drabble, Esq, Northenden Fraulin Lina Nachod, Leipzig Miss Suffield, Birmingham Mrs and Miss Braddyll, Liverpool Joseph Galloway, Esq, Monktown, County Dublin Miss M. C. Galloway, do J. W. Galloway. Esq, do Mrs James Sidney Peck, Milwaukee U.S.A. Miss Katherine Peck, do Mrs Griffiths, London Miss Moline, do The Rev W. and Mrs Cockin, Dur- ham Mr and Mrs Radford, Manchester Mr and Mrs Schneider, do Child and maid, do Mr and Mrs King, Sydenham, S.E. Poche, Esq, and friend, Bettws-y- coed Miss Wolff and maid, London Miss Barron, do Miss G. Barron, do Mr and Mrs Barron, do Mr and Mrs Halliday, child, and maid, Harrow The Misses Halliday and maid, do The Messrs Halliday, do Mrs Sneade Brown and maid, London Miss Hill and maid, do Mr and Mrs Janson, do The Misses Janson, do The Messrs Janson, do Mr and Mrs Norman Watney, Westerham Mr and Mrs Enthoven and maid, Harrow Mr and Mrs H. Enthoven, do The Misses Enthoven and maid, do Enthoven, Esq, do The Misses Wallis, Reading Mr and Mrs H. W. Burrows, Green- hithe Mr and Mrs H. H. Stavely, Driffield Mr and Mrs Chas Jones, Rossett Captain and Mrs Proctor, Darlaston Mrs Robinson, Ilfracombe Miss Dorothy Lee, do Mr and Mrs R. W. Beard, Lynn Mr and Mrs Arthur Sturt, family and maid, Shortlands Mr and Mrs Chadwick, Cheltenham Mrs E. Beck, Liverpool Mr and Mrs Williams, Derby COLWYN BAY HOTEL. (Miss Jones, Manageress). Mrs Pennington Poynter and maid, Bath Mrs Southam Howard, do W. B. Graham, Esq and maid, Leicester G. Steeds, Esq, do Rev James L. Cheshire, Wribbenhall Vicarage, Beweldy Miss Chesshire, Rotten Park, Bir- mingham L. C. K. Chesshire, Esq, Battenhall, Worcester C. B. Chesshire, Esq, do S. R. Masser, Esq, Coventry Mrs Masser, do B. R. Masser, Esq, do Miss Mabel Camwell, Walsall C. E. Oi ton, Esq, Coventry C. Pendlebury, Esq, London Mrs Pendlebury, do C. S. Thomas, Esq, Oswestry W. R. Kirkham, Esq, Stoke-on- Trent Dr T. A. Kennedy, Freshfield W. Hulbert, Esq, Richmond, Surrey Thomas Evans, Esq, Liverpool Mrs Evans, do C. Stuart Varcoe, Esq, Blyth Bridge E. H. Powell, Esq, Basford Charles Romer, Esq, London Mrs Romer, do E. Young, Esq, Chester W. E. Piercy, Esq, S.oke-upon- Trent G. S. Eunson, Esq, Northampton Mrs Eunson, do G. P. Steeds, Esq, Thurnby Grange, near Leicester Mrs Steeds, do Miss Steeds and maid, do W. Lamb, Esq, Birkdale Miss Lamb, do C. P. V. Pointing, Esq and party, Marlborough A. E. Starkey, Esq, Edgbaston Starkey, Esq, do A. Henry Hal se, Esq, Moseley Henry J. Osborne, Esq, Shifnal, Salop W. H. Forgertv, Esq, Limerick Mrs Forgerty. do Underwood, Esq, Hereford Richard Cresswell, Esq, London Mrs Cresswell, do S. Edwards, Esq, Newcastle Mrs Edwards, do Miss Edwards, do Miss Ethel Edwards, do Miss Mabel Edwards, do Master T. Edwards, do Miss Deakin, do Mr and Mrs Forshaw, Liverpool John Davies, Esq, Denbigh W. B. Waterhouse, Esq, Liverpool Miss Groves, London H. Prior, Esq, Sharesbrook Mrs Llovd, London Miss Lloyd, do T. G. Archer, Esq, and friend, King's Lynn J. F. Rogers, Esq, Sevenoaks Mrs Rogers, do Miss Margaret Rogers, do F. Rogers, Esq, do IMPERIAL HOTEL. (Mrs Lowe, Proprietress). CENTRAL HOTEL. (Miss Robinson, Proprietress). HYDROPATHIC. Mrs Friedlander, Wiesbaden Mr and Mrs Devis, do Miss and Master Devis, do Miss Dupins, do M. Finnigan, Esq, Manchester Mrs Finnigan, do Mr W. Finnigan, do Mr H. Finnigan, do Master B. Finnigan, do Master V. Finnigan, do Master J. Finnigan, do Baby and maid, do Miss Finnigan, do Master F. Finnigan, do Mr and Mrs Lendrum, Huddersfield Miss Lendrum, do Dr and Mrs Reynolds, Dublin Miss Reynolds, do Mr A. Reynolds, do T. H. Lawson, Esq, Clifton Mr Lawson, do Miss Lawson, do Mr and Mrs Watkin, Woolwich Miss Watkin, do Miss Watkin, do Miss Watkin, do Mr Watkin, do Master WTatkin, do Mrs Knight, HeaciitigIN, Miss Knight, do Miss Pettitjrew, do Mrs Sworder, Keswick Master Sworder, do Master Sworder, do Master Smyth, do F. Hampson, Esq, Manchester Miss Hampson, do Mr Boosey, Folkstone Master Boosey, do Mr and Mrs Gordon, Enniscorthy, Ireland Miss Watten, Ludlow Miss Stewart, do Mr and Mrs Morrison, Ipswich Master Morrison, do Mr Lidgeli, Cardiff MOON'S PRIVATE HOTEL. (Miss Stevens.Manageress). CHESTNUTS PRIVATE HOTEL. (Mr J. M. Taylor, Proprietor.) B. Davies, Esq, London Miss Davies, do Rev E. E. Law, Uppingham Miss Rankilor, Birmingham Miss Foley, London Miss C. Folev, do Miss Hind, do Miss Price Birmingham Miss Talton-Groves, Otley Miss C. Rickards, do G. H. Price, Esq, Croydon Mrs Price, do R. Reissman, Esq, London Mrs Reissman, do P. Reissman, Esq, do E. Reissman, Esq, do W. J. Johnston, Esq, New York, U. S. A. Mrs Johnston, do W. Kennedy, Esq, Portadown Mrs Kennedy, do Mrs Benedict-Jones, Bangor Miss Benedict-Jones, do J. Massey. Esq, Burton-on-Trent Miss Massev, do Miss Ethel G. Taylor, Moseley F. Collier, Esq, Hereford BELLE VUE—LOCKYER'S PRIVATE HOTEL. (Mr G. J. Lockyer, Proprietor). Paul Connolly, Esq, South Kensing- ton, London Mrs Connoly, do Mr and Mrs McEntee, Sydenham, Kent Mr Jack McEntee, do Mr Graham, South Kensington, London Miss Shaw, Manchester Miss Lilian Shaw, do Miss Johnson, do Mrs and Miss Worth, Reg-mount Gardens, London Mr J. Erskine, Ryde, Isle of Wight Miss Maud Erskine, do Miss Horton, do Mrs Stevens, Bedford Park, London Miss G. Stevens, do Miss Vincent, Moseley, Birmingham Miss Kathleen Vincent, do Mr and Mrs Read, Lincoln Mr Riley, London Rev Bracebridge-Hall, Weddington Rectory, Nuneaton Mr A. Bracebridge-Hall, do Miss Clarke, Huntington Miss Nellie Clarke, do Miss Gaibrailh, Malvern Mrs and Miss Bastable, St John's Wood Road, London CLAREMONT PRIVATE HOTEL M rs C. Robinson. Mrs Wilders, Edgbaston Mr Leslie N. L. Wilders, do The Misses Thomason, Kensington Mr L. R. Strangewavs, Edgbaston Mrs Strangeways and family, do Sleddon, Esq, Hoylake Misses Barnes (3), Bury Mr Oscar B. Hill, Manchester PENSION EDELWEISS. (Misses Retemeyer). Miss Foster, Edgbaston Miss Gray, Via Porta Pinciana, Rome Miss Nonhebel, Utrecht, Holland Miss J. J. Van Toorenenbergen, Apeldoorn, Holland Mrs Urquhart, Lansdowne House, Bedford The Misses Urquhart, do Miss Barton, New Ferry, Cheshire Miss Elink, Schuurman, Utrecht, Holland Miss M. Elink Schuurman, Rotter- dam, Holland Mrs Carr, Sheffield Miss Roth, London F. Manton, Esq, Edgbaston "HOME FROM HOME."—THE DINGLE. (Mrs Brackstone, Proprietress). Station Road. Uxbridge house, Shop-Mr E. H. Davies, draper London House- Mr J. O. Jones, draper Moon's Hotel-Miss Stevens 6 & 7, Staffordsh ire House, Shop— Mr D. Allen, Glass and China Warehouse & Cabinet Maker House—Mrs Allen 8, Shop-Messrs R. E. Jones'& Bros, Weekly Neivs and Visitor's Chronicle Office, Stationers, Newsagents, &c. House-Statia'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 16—Mr Wm. Owen, ironmonger House—Mr Davies, billposter Offices-Mr J. W. Richards, solicitor, and Messrs J. E. Roberts & Co., auctioneers Wellington Hotiiie-Misses Noden, confectioners Shop-Mr Horobin, fancy goods dealer -Mr E. Juby, fishmonger Central Hotel-Miss A. Robinson -I I, Queen's Buildings, Shop-Messrs W. Williams and Co., grocers House (Cheltenham House)—Miss Williams Mr and Mrs Swain and family, Rochdale Rev J. Evans, Whitworth Master Charles Evans, do Master John Evans, do Mr and Mrs Oldfield, do Miss Oldfield, do 2, Queen's Buildings-Mr W. S. Williams drapers 3, Queen's, Buildings, Shop—Mr Adamson, chemist and druggist Mr and Mrs Blackburn, Hull Mrs Robertson, Sheffield Miss Robertson, do Master Robertson, do Mrs Brooke Clarke, Southport Miss Brooke Clarke, do H ouse—Mrs Adamson Yarmouth House—Mr Arundaie, fishmonger Post Office—Mr Jones, postmaster House—Mrs Jones Mr and Mrs Chalmers, London Mr and Mrs Rickworth and family, Yorkshire Mr and Mrs Tabbot and family, Liverpool 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 Building-s- Officf's- Messrs Wm. Jones and Porter, solicitors National Provincial Bank of England, Limited. Colwyn Bay and Pwllyerochan Estate Office-Mr T. M. Porter, agent. Messrs Booth, Chadwick, and Porter, surveyors Imperial Hotel-Mrs Lowe Penrhyn Road. Penrhyn Temperance Hotel-Mrs Roberts Hawarden Road. Malvern villa- Miss Thomas Mr and Mrs Arthur Barnesby, Derby Master Jack Barnesby, do Mrs Booth, do Rev IX. Martin, M.A., St. Chad's Vicarage, Derby Mrs Martin, do Mr C. B. Martin, do Mr W. N. Martin, do Miss Martin, do Miss Lathburv, Sheffield Miss E. Lathbury, do Mr Cleland, Walsall Master Cleland, do Misses Cleland (3), do Craig-lands-Miss Campbell Mr and Mrs Hartley, family and maid, Birmingham Miss Phillips, do Miss Tilley, do James Kinghorn, Esq, Liverpool Miss Kinghorn, do James Kinghorn (junr.), do Miss Middleton, Dublin Barrowfield-Mrs Hirst Mrs McPhail and family, Liverpool Misses Goold, Rothesay Hazels-Miss Jones Mr and Mrs Sambridge, Birming- ham Master Sambridge, do Mr and Mrs Haden and 3 children, do Misses Haden (2), do Miss Walker, do Mrs Walker, do Mr H. D. W. Marriott, Bowden Mr James Baker, do Miss Eckersley, Atherton, Man- chester Miss Leach, Rochdale Miss Ogden, do Alleiidale-Nlrs Ellis W. B. Leane, Esq Mrs Henstock and family, Edge Hill, Liverpool Mr and Mrs Bradbury, family and maid, Oldham Bodenyd—Mrs O'Neill (private) Herbertdale—Miss Roberts Mr and Mrs Wickham and family, Clifton, Manchester Mrs Cheetham, Wellingborough Mrs Morse, Belgrave, Leicester Miss Hobson, Huddersfield Miss Brook, do Masters Brook, do Silverdale-Miss Ankers Mrs Mason, Manchester Miss Gladys Mason, do Mrs Townsend, family and nurse, Waterloo, near Liverpool Mrs While, Acock's Green, Binning.ham Miss Flo While, do Highgate—Mrs Thompson Mr Woodhead, Halifax Misses Woodhead, do Selby Villa-Miss Lloyd Mrs Thorborn, Malvern Miss Thorborn, do Miss B. Thorborn, do Mrs Davies, Wrexham Mrs E. Davies, do Miss N. Roberts, do Rev J. W. Jones, Manchester Buxton House-Mr Ritchie (private) Newton Villa-Miss Hughes Col. Galloway, Paddington, London, W. Mrs Galloway, do Col. Simpson, do Mr H. Galloway, do Mr R. Galloway, do Gorph wysfa— Mrs and Miss Allen, Radcliffe, Manchester Mr and Mrs T. Blakley and family, do Mr and Mrs C. Sawkins Burgess and family, Warrington Danesbury—Mr T. E. Roberts, Plumber, &c. House—Mrs Roberts Misses Walker, Liverpool Masters Walker, do Elle,rstie-Mi-s Owen and Williams Misses Chilcott, Kensington, London Mr Chillcott, do Rev Vyrnwy Morgan, Stockwell, London Mrs Morgan, do Miss Dora Morgan, do Master Parker Morgan, do .Gloucester House—-Mrs Billingham Mr and Mrs Charles Bickmore and family, Oxford Mrs Robertson & family, London The Grove—Mrs Mason Mr and Mrs Flynn Stretford ViJla-Mrs Hulme Mr & Mrs Whitehead, Todmorden Mr Bostock, Wolstanton, Stoke Mrs and Master TunnicJiff, do Wynnstay Road. Bessborough house-Miss Eardley Master Wilson, Cheetham, Man- chester Master Albert Wilson, do Master A. Wilson, do Master W. Wilson, do Mrs Conway, Manchester Mr Tweedale, do Mr and Mrs Worthington, Burton- on-Trent Ty'ntwll villa-Mrs Hughes Mr and Mrs Harries, family and maid, Edgbaston Mrs Wall and maid, Leamington Miss Wall, do Masters Wall, do Mr John Newey, Hartborne Grosvenor house—Mrs Davies Mr and Mrs Cephas Butler and family, Edgbaston, Birmingham Mrs Lucas and family, The Rec- tory, Dublin Bryn—Dr M. Venabies-Williams Wynncote—Miss Bailey C. O. Gassett, Esq, Liverpool Mrs Gassett, children and maid,do Miss Evans, Moseley Mrs Flayey, Leamington Mr and Mrs Hawkesford, Bir- mingham Miss Alford, Sussex Ben Nevis—Mrs Niven Mr and Mrs Joyce and party, Dublin Mr and Mrs Clarke, London Ben Lomond—Mrs M. J. Jordan Miss Jackson, Southport Miss Constance Jackson, do Mrs Reynolds, senr., Harrogate Miss Mabel Reynolds, do Master Percy Reynolds, do Mrs H. G. 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