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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. PARTIEULA and plans of several hundred acres COMPRISING all the best land in the neighbourhood. Residences and other Properties for FOR SALE. liouses (furnished and unfurnished) TO LET. Apartments to Let. LARK HILL, CONWAY.—Apartments at moderate terms. Large house in its own PRivate grounds, overlooking the picturesque of Conway, with its ancient Castle and the Estuary of the river, the Vale, the Eryri °untains, &c. For fresh air and nature un- surpassed. Tennis Lawns, &c. Mrs. Cynwal 285s- COLWYN BAY—EDELWEIS, Private Boarding House—The Misses Retemeyer.— £ 2 2s. per 156-52 SUPERIOR APARTMENTS, situated near the Sea and Woods. Good Cooking, &c. I^RMS moderate. Apply "N. Office of this Colwyn Bay. 262-S COLWYN BAY.—Capesthorne Towers, West End Promenade. Charming Sea view, APARTMENTS. Mrs. Rickard, Proprietress. 277S~ "T)ROMENADE, Colwyn Bay. "Hawkst ie." Ie. Apartments. Newly furnished by an M'NENT London Firm. Directly facing sea. -^§|IIFICENT views. Apply as above. 276—S COMFORTABLE Apartments, close to Shore and Station.—Apply, Danesbury, Hawar- ^^ROAD, Colwyn Bay. 281s— ad, Colwyn Bay. 281s— Q T. PIRAN'S, Greenfield Road, Colwyn Bay. Superior Apartments. Good Cooking and ^ENDANCE. Highly recommended. — Mrs. _^ADSWORTH. 283—5 VRONHEULOG Private and Commercial TEMPERANCE HOTEL, Abergele Rd., ^°LWYN Bay. Central, clean, homely, detached, W*? pleasantly situated. Tourists and Visitors M here find a home from home, combined with Aloderate Charges. Private Suites of Rooms F>' Board or otherwise.—MRS. H. JONES, W°Prietress. 287S— To Let. I jEGANWY, near Llandudno, close to station, Furnished House or Apartments to let. JY'Y. Miss Evans, 7, High St., Conway. 283—S DRIVATE HOUSE 0 be Let Furnished. P Apply, H. C., c/o the Misses Retemeyer, ENSION Edelweiss, Grove Park, Colwyn Bay. 275—13 I O LET, well furnished Sitting Room, one or TWO Bedrooms, hot and cold Bath, good ER)dance, pleasant situation for Winter months, OFFI018' lol~ Apply, "J," Weekly News CE> Colwvn Bay. 294—3 Wanted. WANTED, in North Wales, to rent Unfur- ta" nished Cottage, elevated position, con- Stlnlng- R Sitting and 3 Bedrooms, with Kitchen. lent. Apply, "C," Office of this Paper, Yt, Bay. 293-2 WANTED, two or three "Caddies" for the Colwyn Bay Golf Links, apply to the SEC., F. A. Dew, Llewelyn Chambers, ^WNBAY. 294-1 1° PARENTS.—Boy wanted as an Appren- ce.- Jones. Hairdresser, Conway. 294-3 WANTED in Colwyn Bay or neighbourhood to rent, a furnished or unfurnished Cot- CO State rent and number of rooms, and NVENIENCES. Address, F. C. R., 1, Oak Road, <SJILNPsall, Manchester. 294—2 To be Sold. ^JLD NEWSPAPERS. Quantities of 25LBS. ANC' L,PWards. Weekly News Office, Money. MORTGAGES.— £ 7,000 to be advanced upon freehold or leasehold securities in Colwyn Neighbourhood, in sums not less than £ 100 SEC^° 5 PER cent interest according to the ^RI*Y* Apply, Percy Hignett, Solicitor, Colwyn 276— 1Sr 0 Fees unless Cash is advanced. j t0^°NEY ADVANCED PRIVATELY ^,1CJ RAdesmen, Farmers, Lodging-house Keepers, OF ^HERS, repayable by easy instalments. Call Wrtte, in strict confidence, to GEORGE PAYNE, Accountant, **EADO«: 3, Crescent Rd., Rhyl. Manchester. Established 1870. 267—52 Notice. JV°TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a separ- TY^, A^E Building named Peniel, situate at C0U ^N' 'N the Parish of Eglwysrhos, in the BEJN Y °f Carnarvon, in the District of Conway, I P'^EE A certified according to law as a Of § °F Religious Worship, was on the 20th day F 'LIXJ EP^EILLL>ER, 1894, duly registered for solem- | 6TLI CARRIAGES therein, pursuant to the Act of I VV>D 7TH' William IV., c. 85. II '^94' NESS MY hand this 20th day of September, A9. T. E. PARRY, P "1 Superintendent Registrar. L BUilding Sites at Conway. 'EEW', B Consisting of i CO NINE FREEHOLD SITES, •^>RIVATAN^N^ magnificent Views, will be Sold by 6 Treaty, the Lots ranging from 1,000 to APPJ 1,200 square yards. I Mr. A. W. JONES, T 27 BRYN CORACH CONWAY A 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 Timber, Agricultural Property (including Tenant Right Valuations under Agreement or the Agri- 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 and Winter months in the following towns, will be sent free of charge on application stating- requirements Colwyn Bav, Old Colwvn, Rhos and District, Conway. Llanfairfechan, Penmaenmawr, Bettws- v-coed, Trefriw, Llandudno and Deganwy. Rhyl and Abergele, Bangor, Beaumaris, and Menai Bridge. p UBLIC HALL, COLWYN B AY. MR. F. A. DEW Is favoured with instructions from MR. BRODIE, late of Old Colwvn, Mrs. Hopkins, of Merrie Meade, Colwyn Bay. and others, to SELL BY AUCTION, at the PURLIC HALL, COLWYN BAY, on FRIDAY. 28th SEPTEMBER, 1894, a large collection of STOCK-IN-TRADE, Household Furniture, etc. Sale at T.30 prompt. Dated Auction and Land Agrencv Offices, Llewelyn Chambers, Colwyn Bay, nth Sept., 1894. 2Q2- 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 £ 300' £ 600. £ 800, and 1,200. 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. 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. Sale by Mr. T. W. Griffith. WATERLOO HOUSE, LANCASTER SQUARE, CONWAY. MR. T. W. GRIFFITH Is instructed by Mr J. Lloyd Jones, to Sell by Auction, on the premises as above, on MONDAY, OCTOBER 15TH, 1894, commencing at 1 p.m., the greater portion of the modern and superior Household Furniture & Effects For further particulars see Posters and Hand- bills. 194— Public Hall, Colwyn Bay. FOR TWO NIGHTS ONLY! Friday and Saturday, Sept. 28th & 29th, 1894. Friday. Ups and Downs of Life." Saturday "The Silver Queen." THE CELEBRATED Comedie Anglaise Company, Miss MADGE MERRYWEATHER, the Young- est Manageress in the World (Miss MAGGIE MORTON'S Niece.) THE NEW POWERFUL SENSATIONAL MELODRAMA- UPS & DOWNS OF LIFE,' "Intensely interesting, extremely amusing- ™ Datly Telegraf>h. Ihe New Great Dramatic Success of the day, introducing- Grand Diorama of Tilbury Docks, with an Atlantic Liner in motion, and Ships of all Nations passing throug-h the New lower Bridg-e. A stupendous Sensational Effect. The popular Actor, Mr WM. L. DOBELL, in his great part of VIVIAN RANSOME- 44 From North to South the cry they swell, Our favourite actor is Dobell." First appearance of the Clever Young Welsh Comedian MR. W. BARMA, who will Act and Sing in Welsh. Roars of Laug-hter The Visit of the Company has a Special Local Interest rrvm» ue ^act t^iat t*ie leading part in "Ups and Downs of -Lire the noble and beautiful character of Constance was created by Miss BRIDGE WALL, who created such a furore here some years ago. She played the part with so much success that Sir AUGUSTUS HARRIS, of Drurv Lane Theatre, has eng-aged her as leading actress at a salary very little short of £ 1000 a year. Doors open at 7-30, commence at at 8. Early Doors at 7 for Front Seats, and 6d. extra to is. Seats, 3d. extra to 6d. Seats. PRICES 2s., 1/6, 1/ and a limited number (ten minutes before commencement) at 6d. Children, Half-price. Seats can be booked at the usual places. 294-r A PUBLIC CONCERT WILL BE HELD AT RHOS ABBEY, ON FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5th, 1894. Proceeds will be given to Local Objects. To begin at 7.30 o'clock. Tickets, is. and 6d. 294-1 PRELIMINARY NOTICE. A GRAND BAZAAR, WILL BE HELD IN THE Public Hall, Colwyn Bay, UNDER DISTINGUISHED PATRONAGE, ON OCTOBER TOTH & 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 Colwyn Bay Lawn Tennis Club. The following Charges are made to Visitors for the use of the Ground (subject to the Bye-laws): X s. d. Each Person 0 0 6 per Hour. JJ ,) ••• 0 1 6 Day. > 0 5 0 Week •5 ,1 0 7 6 Fortnight. 0 12 0 Month. Family 0 12 0 Week. 1 1 0 Fortnight *> ••• 1 10 6 Month. Admission to the Ground, 2d. 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 XI 1 0 per annum. Playing Members £ 1 1 0 per annum Subscription. xi 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. CURE ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS, COUGHS, COLDS, AND CHEST COMPLAINTS, By using the Herbal AND SMOKING MIXTURE. i, .10 JlL I I Warranted to contain NO NICOTINE. CURE and enjoy yourself at the same time. Pleasant to use, unfailing in their action, they may be safely smoked by Ladies and Children. Worth their Weight in Gold. Sealed Boxes only are Genuine. Refuse Spurious Imitations, )/ 1/6, and 2/6 of all Chemists and Stores, Out,6 BEFORE. or of the SPANISH CIGARETTE CO., 275, Strand, London, W.C. AFTER. GREAT SAVING BY PURCHASING THE LARGER SIZES. 289-26 a il i i i I If 11 IT IS S STARTLING FAf.T Three HALF-CROWNS (7/6) Will purchase a r1 J t U ^lAnAL1KU beaubful SERGE DRESS LENGTH in any of the following- colours, Black, Blue, Brown, Green, Claret, Nut Brown, Chestnut, Mulberry, Ruby, Red, Moss, Olive, Myrtle, Bronze, &c., also If several very prety and effective mixtures. O/ M FULL DRESS LENGTH (Carriage Paid) for £ j II Money returned if not approved. 20,000 Sets of Patterns now ready, Write to-day. Patterns Post Free and need not be returned. These beautiful Serges are specially manufactured for Autumn and Winter wear, elegant in appearance and are not heavy as most serges are. They will not spot with rain or wear threadbare, £ 5,000 TO BE GIVEN AWAY. Particulars of Presents to be Given Away will be sent with each set of Patterns. WYLWYRWELL CLOTH, IO/6, IDEAL CLOTHS, 15/ ZUPER CLOTH, 17/6, FANCY CHECK TWEEDS, 12/6, BROKEN DIAGONAL and HOPSACK TWEEDS, 16/6 the full Dress Length. New Autumn and Winter Patterns of all these Dress Materials are now ready and may be had Post Free. Cloth Table Covers, Emerald, Crimson, Claret, or Tan, 2 yds. square, 4/9 each. Remnant Bundles of Serge, 5/- and 10/- each, Carriage Paid. Write to-day for Patterns and address in full. Lutas Leathley & Co., DRESS WAREHOUSE, 29I_I3 J ARMLEY, LEEDS. WE HAVE THOUSANDS OF TESTI- MONIALS EQUAL TO THIS. From Mr. E. FORD, Daisy Cot- tage, Market Street, Eastleigh, Southampton. June 13th, 18Q4. Gentlemen,—My wife desires me to thank you for the quality of your cloth. Having had seve- ral dresses from you she finds that the Quality cannot be ex- celled, for in wear the dress looks well to the last, and its durability is equal to three ordinary dresses This may seem an exaggeration, but it is the sober fact. Enclosed please find P.O.O. for 17/6 for which please forward one of your Zuper dresses as per pattern, also enclosed.
iDIRECTORY IAND 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 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 Scowcroft, child and maid, Bolton-le-Moors Mrs Marklove, Leamington, Spa Mrs Pierce, do Pierce, Esq, do Mrs John Richardson, Lambeg, Ireland 'Miss Norah Richardson, do Mr and Mrs Welchman, London — Bolton. Esq, Blackburn The Misses Bolton, do Mr and Mrs S. S. Bacon, Gateacre E. Roscoe Harpin, Esq, Blundell- sands Alfred Pollit, Esq, Liverpool Rev J. H. and Mrs Maude, Oxford Major General O'Shaughnessy, London C. E. Green, Esq, Forest Row, Sussex J. H. Brady, Esq, Plaistow, Essex Mrs Justes, London Miss Marsh, Leamington J. Ponsonby, Esq, Wilmslow Miss Nunns, do Mr and Mrs E. Milnes, Bury Master Milnes, do Mr and Mrs W. W. Barlow, family and maid, Wilmslow Mr and Mrs Taylor, do Wrigley, Esq, do COLWYN BAY HOTEL. (Miss Jones, Manageress). Major General Falls, London Mrs Falls, do Mr and Mrs Ewing, Dunmurry G. D. Faber, Esq, London Mr and Mrs Stringer, Sandbach Capt North-Bomford, Belfast Mrs North-Bomford, do Master North-Bomford, do H. W. Satow, Esq, Egremont, Cheshire Mrs Palmer, Ireland Mrs Shrubsole, Kingston-on-Thames Miss Ada Booth. Rochester Mr and Mrs Bernard, Warrington Watson Buck, Esq, Crewe W. N. Tattersfield, Esq, Mirfield C. F. South, Esq, Uttoxeter Mrs South, do J. P. Monks, Esq, Bolton Mrs Monks, do Mr and Mrs Timperlake, Worsley S. Riley, Esq, Greenmount W. Duckworth, Esq, do William Silcock, Esq, Warrington John Taylor, Esq, do J. R. Darsie, Esq, Liverpool Miss Darsie, do G. R. Darsie, Esq. do F. J. Cullinan, Esq, Dublin Mrs Cullinan and maids, do • Master Cullinan, do Miss Cullinan, do Miss Turnbull, Oxton, Birkenhead John Stott, Esq, Haslingden Mrs Stott, do Miss Brown and maids, Chester Lady Stronge and maid, Warren- point Ireland L. B. H. Lawrence, Esq, London W. S. Allen, Esq, Stafford Mr and Mrs Linton, Manchester Col. Shakerley, Wilenslow Mrs Shakerley, children and maids, do Mrs R. M. Brocklebank, Great Malvern Miss Kate Baguley, Folkstone C. Hagen, Esq, Leeds G. A. Suddick, Esq, do Mrs Heath, do Miss Moss, do W. C. Proctor, Esq, Liverpool Mrs Proctor, do L. Satterthwaite, Esq, Lancaster Mrs Satterthwaite, do Mr and Mrs Beale, Hinckley IMPERIAL HOTEL. (Mrs Lowe, Proprietress). CENTRAL HOTEL. (Miss Robinson, Proprietress). Dr H. V. Palin, J.P., Wrexham Mrs H. V. Palin, do Mr Ellis, do HYDROPATHIC. Mr and Mrs Stanley, Bowdon Mrs and Miss Eshelby, Birkenhead Mr Davies, Liverpool Mr and Mrs Turtle, Manchester Mr and Mrs Green, Stourbridge Miss Green, do Mr Green, do Mr and Mrs Cooper, do Mr A. Cooper, do Miss Davies, Ballt Mr and Mrs Beckett, St Helens Mr and Mrs Humble, Leeds Mr and Mrs Ponsford, London Mr and Mrs Barber, Liscard Mr and Mrs Anderson, Manchester MOON'S PRIVATE HOTEL. (Miss Stevens, Manageress). Harry Roberts, Esq, Bangor F. W. Merridew, Esq, Pendleton, Manchester Camus, Chester F. C. Bateman, Esq, Manchester S. G. Harper, Esq, do Mr and Mrs Hyam, Blackpool Miss Blackwell, do Mrs J. Upton, London Mr and Mrs Brierly, Stoke-on-Trent Mrs J. Gibson, Manchester CHESTN JTS PRIVATE HOTEL. (Mr J. M. Taylor, Proprietor.) W. A. Adderley, Esq, Longton Mrs Adderley, do J. W. Hughes, Esq, do Mrs Evans, Olton Miss Evans, do H. H. Monckton, Esq, Birmingham W. L. Monckton, Esq, Wolver- hampton BELLE VUE—LOCKYER'S PRIVATE HOTEL. (Mr G. J. Lockyer, Proprietor). Miss Fulton, London Mrs Jones, Gungrog Hall,Welshpool Miss Jones, do Miss Ramage, Rock Ferry Mr and Mrs Allen, Dublin Misses Allen (2), do Mr and Mrs Miiller, Birmingham Miss Bowman, London Mr and Mrs Turner, Moseley, Birmingham Mrs Hieman, London Mrs Atkinson, Leeds W. Cunningham, Esq, Liverpool CLAREMONT PRIVATE HOTEL Mrs C. Robinson. Mr and Mrs Balden, Edgbaston Mr Sydney Balden, do Miss Kathleen Balden, do F. B. Sykes, Cambridge 0. J. Sykes, Oxford PENSION EDELWEISS. (Misses Retemeyer). Mrs Monnington, Huddersfield Mr Stanley Monnington, do Miss Holmes, Huddersfield Miss Fowler, Albert Drive, Aintree "HOME FROM HOME,"—THE DINGLE. ( Mrs Brackstone, Proprietress). Mr and Mrs Hall, Wetherby, Yorks Mr S. Jermyn, Manchester Miss L. Jermyn, do Mr G. Marshall, Birkenhead Miss L. Thompson, Liverpool Mr and Mrs Tomkinson, Newcastle- on-Tyne Miss F. Morrell, Bradford, Yorks. Miss F. Cockroft, Girl ington, Bradford Mr R. Dutton, Manchester Mr A. E. Field, West Bromwich, Staffs. Mr Prank Brooker, London, S.E. Mr A. Edwards, West Bromwich, Staffs. Mrs and Master Brookes, Sale, Cheshire 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 Hoiise-Alr,, Allen 8, Shop—Messrs R. E. Jones & Bros, Weekly News and Visitors Chronicle Office, Stationers, Newsagents, &c. House-Statia's Haircutting Saloon Mrs Wright, Meanwood, Leeds Miss Wright, do 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 Building-s-Messrs J. Jones and Sons, biltchers 16-Mr Wm. Owen, ironmonger 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 M r E. J n by, 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 Yarmouth House—Mr Arundale, fishmonger Post Office-Mr Jones, postmaster House-Mrs Jones The Misses Synge, Ireland Miss G. A. Handy, do Kronos Hou-e-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, Porter, and Amphlett, 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 Hawarden Road. Malvern v illa-Miss Thomas Craig-lands-Miss Campbell Mr Parkin, Buxton Miss Parkin, do Mrs and Miss Thorp, Southport Barrowfield—Mrs Hirst Hazels-Miss Jones Allenda Ie M rs Fllis W. B. Leane, Esq Mrs Newman and family, Man- chester Mr and Mrs Tomlinson, Stockport Bodenyd-Mrs O'Neill (private) Hei-bertdale-l ss Roberts Mrs Roberts, Liverpool Miss Roberts, do Miss B. Roberts, do Silverdale-Miss Ankers Highgate—Mrs Thompson Selby Villa-Miss Lloyd Miss Smith, Blundellsands Buxton House—Mr Ritchie (private) Newton Villa-Miss Hughes Gorphwysfa— DanesbLii-v-Air T. E. Roberts, Plumber, &c. House—Mrs Roberts Ellerslie-Mrs Owen and Williams Gloucester House-Mi-s Billingham The Grove—Mrs Mason Stretford Villa—Mrs Hulme Wynnstay Road. Bessborough house—Miss Eardley Ty'ntwll villa-Mrs Hughes Mrs Bower and family, Knowles, Warwickshire Miss Howe, do Misses Charles, Stone Mr and Mrs Musker, do Miss Musker, do Grosvenor house—Mrs Davies Bryn-Dr M. Venables-Williams Wynncote-Miss Bailey Ben Nevis—Mrs Niven Ben Lomond—Mrs M. J. Jordan Miss George, Liverpool Fallowfield-Mrs Richardson Delaware villa-Alisses Hughes and Bartley Miss Davies J. S. Walker, Esq, M.D., Hanley Mrs Walker, do Miss Walker, do Miss F. Hill, do Bronhyfryd-Mrs Thomas Mr and Mrs Patrick, Oakleigh Mayfield-Miss Dennis Mr and Mrs William Lucas, family and maid, Dronfield Eccles house-Miss Bateman Broughton villa-Mrs Maclean Somerset Boarding House-Misses Wright Mr and Mrs Parker, Bradford, Yorkshire Mrs Caffelle, Coventry Miss Whale, do Tranmore-Mrs Haram Moat Mount-Miss Jones Morden-Mrs Clarke Mr and Mrs William King, Eccles Miss King and maid, do Bodcilan -Mrs H. Roberts Celyn bouse- Kersal villa-Mrs J. Parry Gwei-sylit-Misses Upton and Lowe William Daniell, Esq, barrister-at- law, London E. P. Daniell Esq, do E. Parry-Jones, Esq, The Oak- lands, Chirk Mrs Parry-Jones, do Miss Parry-Jones do Frankton villa-Alrs Dunning Holmedale—Miss Moss Miss Carlton, Horncastle Mr and Mrs Hodson, Bolton Mostyn Road. Dalefield-Mrs Atkinson Longford—Miss Preston and Mrs McKeever Mr and Mrs Pollit, Cheetham Hill, Manchester Ikorana Boarding House Mr J Wright Mrs Kay, Toronto Miss Kay, do Frank Kay, Esq, do Miss Rea, London Alexandra villa-Mrs Salmon Edmund Farrar, Esq, Eccles Mrs Farrar, do Misses Farrar (2), do James Salmon, Esq, Chester Mrs Salmon, do Alyn Mount- Mrs Beeson Mrs Wilson, Birkdale, Southport West Leigh Boarding House Miss Sudlow, Sale, Cheshire Miss Macfarlane, Longsight, Manchester Bryn Oi-)I-Illss Jones Mrs Ha mmerslev Miss Mason, London Glen Gordon—Mrs Fletcher St. Winifred's-Mrs J. R. Gray Glenridg-e- Angorta-Mrs Roberts Mr and Mrs Williams, family and nurse, Manchester Beechwood villa-Miss Roberts Mrs Duxbury Miss Duxbury Mr Rogers, Widnes R. A. Ravenhill, Esq, Shrewsbury Mrs Ravenhill and maid, do Master Ravenhill, do Abbotstord-Misses Jones & Collin West Lynne-Miss Burrows Bascombe—Misses Groome Rev H. and Mrs Price, Normanton Rectory, Derby Miss Jones, ditto Marine Road. Erskine house—(private) Ty'nrhvn—Miss Hughes Mrs D. Paton Clarei-notit-Mi-s C. Robinson Coedorros-Miss Owen Mr Montague and family and servants, York Westl;tncis- Beachfield-Mrs Johnson Glyndwr-Mrs Davies Llwynonn-Mrs Rowe Mrs Bourri Miss Bourri Morannedd—Mr J. Owen Mrs Ginders and maid, Hanley, Staffordsdire Mrs Hardwick Smith and family, Hanley Mill, Nottingham Lockver- The Chestnuts—Mrs Taylor Pen rhos Lodge—(private) Princess Drive. Colwyn Bay Tennis Courr Trinity House School-Rev J. H. Astley, M.A. Gorsefieid—Mrs Owen Villa Marina—Misses Hammond and Vivian Sea Breeze—Miss Moss Mrs Mellor, Congleton, Cheshire Mrs Bullock, do Ivy Lea-Alisses Lovatt Miss Lord, Walsall Misses Hill, do Promenade. Colwyn Bay Hotel—Miss Jones Trouville-Misses Jones Miss Falkiner, Ireland Mrs Davey, Sheffield Miss Davey, do Mrs Chadwick and maid, Beau- maris Mrs Chadwick, z children and nurse, do Norwood—Mrs Jeffrey Thomas Mr and Mrs W. Brazier, Cradley, Staffs Mr T. W. Wharton, Grunsby Dromore—Miss Charles (private) Lynton cottage—Mr T. Parkinson (private) Capesthorne Towers-Mrs Rickard Capri—Mrs W. H. Thomas Hawkestone—Mrs Preece Mr and Mrs Robinson, Southport Miss Robinson, do Glenrossie-Mrs E. Meir Penrhos Ladies' College— Pwllycrochan Avenue. Tranby—(private) Rydal Mount School- Carlton Lodge- Pwllycrochan Isaf Farm Mrs Humphreys Oak Lea—(private) Regent villa-(private) Llys Madog —Mrs Fox Elinwood-Miss McCullough,private Birchwood- Mrs Braddyle and family, Liver- pool Mrs Lennard, do Mrs Millichap, do Lansdowne Road. Edenfield-Mrs Kelvey Brackley Avenue. Llys Aled-Mrs T. Parry Queen's Drive. Plas Isaf—Misses Everett Coed Pella Road. Bryntirion-Mrs K. Hughes Westbourne— (private) Hillbridge house-Mrs J. Parry Arnold Lodge School-Rev G. E. Bowker West view-Mr Shaw (private) Inglewood-Mrs Hughes Colwyn Bay College-Mr A. Grant Coed Pella School-Miss Barlow Plas Coed Pella- Llewelyn Road. Wynnstay house-Colonel Pollock (private) Washington-Mrs Hughes Hampden- Rhos vale—Mrs Ellis Mr and Miss Booth, Old Trafford, Manchester Miss Deane, do Pendyffryn-Mrs Jones Audley house- Mrs Williams Merrie Meade- Ferndale-Miss Davies Elwv villa—Mr R. Roberts Mr and Mrs Musson, Brighton Ashwood-Mrs Roberts Woodville-Mrs Lancashire Mr and Mrs Crawford, baby and nurse, Dudley Master C. Crawford, do Miss Crawford, do Mrs Healey and friend, Oldham Ardenlee—Mrs Bretherick Mrs Heywood, Manchester Miss Hevwood, do Mr E. Heywood, do Gelert house-Mrs W. J. Whaite Mr and Mrs Highland, Flint Plas Llewelyn-Mr German (private) Olinda—Mr Mellore (private) Belmont-Mrs Coldwell Segontium- Miss Welch Seaforth—Mrs Thomas (private) Brentwood—Mrs Foulkes Grasmere- Tanycoed— Spring Bank—Miss Jones Gordon villa-Mrs E. Jones Willow Bank-Mrs Hughes Heather Brow- Fairfield-Miss Connor Boston house—Mrs Davies Woodland Road. Hope Bank—Mrs Davies The Laurels—Mrs Davies Mr and Mrs Hollick, Birkenhead Miss Hollick, do Frondeg—Miss Allday Mr E. Evans, Northampton Miss Heashaw, Liverpool Miss R. Heashaw, do Mr Evans, Manchester Woodland view-Misses Davies Mr and Mrs Taylor, Wellington Mrs W. A. Jonas, Lion Hotel, Cerrigydruidion Mrs Wmstanley, Mold Bryn Ogwen—Mrs Jones Mr and Mrs Breward, Staffordshire R. Rogerson, Esq, Winsford Mrs Rogerson, do Miss Whitmarth, Great Malvern Mr and Mrs Bracegirdle, Altrin- cham Miss Bracegirdle, do Miss L. Bracegirdle, do Glen Cairn-Mrs Sharp Mr Allen Sutcliffe, Bowdon Miss Garside, do Miss Walker, Uttoxeter Miss StClare, Belfast, Ireland Clinton house— Brighton house- Freshfield house—Mrs Jones Mr Hat ton Mr Llovd Mr Hughes Cleveland villa-Mrs H. Jones Bessbrook villa—Mrs Wynne Woodland Park. Towers- Lansdowne villa—(private) Lynwood—Mrs Phillips (private) Strathalan -Miss Rowley (private) Wilton—Mr W. Earp (private) Rose villa—Mrs Marston (private) Velindra- Mrs Templeton The Misses Templeton (3) Holmleigh- Badiiage- The Woodlands— Ovvendale—Mrs Meek (private) York Road. Laburnum—Mrs Salisbury Misses Henry, Dalkey Bryn Goleu—Mrs Williams Cartrefle-Mr Berth Jones (private) Gwynfryn-Mr Jones (private) Dyffryn Aled-Mrs Hughes Eversleigh-Mrs Griffiths Clovelly- Yorkville—Miss Stindring Clareiiceville-DrM-,i,ttlie",s(private) Elm Grove-Mrs Wynn Oakville-Mr Jackson (private) Conway Road. St. John's English Wesleyan Church Bronderw—Mrs Hughes Oaklands—Mrs Lunt Mr Jones, Carnarvon Mrs Tisdale, London Mrs Lewis and maid, Chester Mr Beck, do Miss Haughton, Liverpool Miss Sutherland, do Miss Gill, Chester Miss Hilditch, do Miss Jane Hilditch. do Mrs Richards, Southport Mr and Mrs Ashcroft, Newchurch- in-Rossendale Mr and Mrs Morris, Abergele Rhianva—Dr Rutter (private) Glanaber—Mrs Auchinleck Mr, Mrs and Master Luke, Heaton Moor Rev B. Bendall, Stamford Miss Bendall, do Kensington house, Shop—Mr J. W. Thomas, photographer House — Mrs Thomas Cafe—Mr T. Roberts Reading Room — Morvan, Shop-Mr Lloyd, chemist Berlin house, fancy repository— Miss Tomkinson Rev Rhys Gronow, Baginton Rectory, Coventry Mrs Gronow, do Miss Adela and Miss Cecile Gronow, do Wynnstay House, Shop-Mr W. R. Hands, Boot & Shoe Warehouse Boston house, Shop—Mr J. Davies, grocer Cae Eithin Shop-Mr W. Davies, fruiterer House-Rev Meredith J. Hughes, (private) Overton house, Shop-Mr G. Bevan, ironmonger Kinmel house, Shop-Mr J. Evans, watchmaker and jeweller Mr and Mrs Riley, Manchester Mr and Mrs Ardey, Shropshre Bradford House-Messrs Lewis Bros., tailors and drapers Mr and Mrs J. W. Meldrum, family and nurses, Altrincham West Grove- Misses Clint, Liverpool Llewelyn Chambers—Mr F. A. Dew, auctioneer, &c. North and South Wales Bank- Broncastell Cash Stores-Mr K. G. Edwards The Castle Commercial and Private Hotel-Mrs Edwards Miss Horsley Mr Hodgins, Altrincham Mr and Mrs Evans, Lancashire Shop -Mr Thomas Davies Withingtoti house, Shop-Mr W. Buckley, confectioner Livery stables—Mr Edwin Jones The Woodlands-Mr Edwin Jones (private) Cigar Stures-Mr T. Homan Lancaster house Mr J. Jones, saddler and harness maker Ffraid villa-Miss Thomas Mr and Mrs Mollineaux, Bootle Miss Mollineaux, do Mr and Mrs Haughton and family, Southport Shop-R. Roberts, draper English Presbyterian Church