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Sea Bathing. Post Horses and Carriages. F,4" PA, Lawn Tennis. Billiards, &c. PWLLYCROCHAN HOTEL, COLWYN BAY. (THE LATE RESIDENCE OF LADY ERSKINE.) *T*HIS First-class Family Hotel is most beautifully situated in its own finely-wooded Park, in the Bay of Colwyn, commanding splendid views within a short drive of Conway and Llandudno, and a few minutes walk to the Beach and Station. A most desirable winter residence, nicely sheltered, also heated throughout with hot air. To meet the increased demand for accommodation, the Proprietor has added a wing of Sitting and Bedrooms. JOHN PORTER, Proprietor. COLWYN BAY HOTEL, N. WALES. CHESTER AND HOLYHEAD RAILWAY. THIS Hotel is delightfully situated on the border of the Bay, within a few minutes' walk of the Colwyn Bay Railway Station. It is fitted up with every comfort and convenience. THE COFFEE ROOM AND LADIES' DRAWING ROOM Are on the Ground Floor, overlooking the Bay and Terrace. The Sanitary arrangements are ,on the latest improved system. SEA WATER BATHS IN THE HOTEL. The Sea Terrace belonging to this Hotel, forms a fine Promenade for Visitors. The Hotel Porters, in Scarlet Uniform, attend the Trains, and remove LUGGAGE to and from the Hotel. STABLES, with loose boxes, and lock-up Coach House in connection with the Hotel. OOAOHES TO BETTWS-Y-COED, LLANDUDNO, GREAT ORME'S HEAD, viewing CONWAY CASTLE, ABERGELE MARBLE CHURCH and ST. ASAPH, Starting from and returning to the Hotel. BILLIARD AND SMOKE ROOM. COLWYN BAY is stronly recommended by eminent Medical Men for the mildness and dryness of its climate. MISS JONES, Manageress. ESTABLISHED 1854. THE ABERCONWY TEMPERANCE & COMMERCIAL HOTEL, i, 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. JOHN ROBERTS, Uttilkr anil (Maxtor, FERN BANK, "a 0 rIA w Y N BAT. i HOUSES ON SALE AND TO BE LET. 157- M. SCOTT Begs to inform the ladies of this neighbourhood that she HAS OPENED A High-Class (Private) Dress and Mantle Establishment, AT REGENT HOUSE (Late Cafe), CONWAY ROAD, COLWYN BAY. Ladies' own Material made up. 332— COLWYN BAY, the Bournemouth of North Wales -======- BELLE VUE, MARINE ROAD. LOCKYER'S PRIVATE HOTEL AND BOARDING ESTABLISHMENT. I A Detached Residence, in a lovely position, with Coachhouse and Stabling-, being a Branch of Mr. Lockyer's old-established and well-known House of Grenville Mansions, Llandudno. Moderate tariff? liberal catering, good cuisine, and all home comforts. For tariff, address-LocKYER'S, BELLE VUE, COLWYN BAY. 175- CONWAY COLLEGE, CONWAY, NORTH WALES. HIGH-CLASS BOARDING SCHOOL FOR BOYS. University Staff. Mountain and sea air. Next Term begins Sept. 12th. For Prospectus apply T. C. E. DANIELS, M.A., 285-52 HEAD MASTER. || Ml ■ ■ .1 JONES & SON, R.P.C., A.G.F., Plumbers, Gas Fitters, &c., Sanitary and Hot Water Engineers, Ironmongers, MELBOURNE HOUSE, I Castle Street, CONWAY. ELECTRIC BELLHANGERS AND TELEPHONES. REGISTERED PLUMBERS. COLWYN BAY AND CONWAY. 313-52 D. ALLEN & SONS, Cabinet Makers, Upholsterers, Undertakers, &c., 6 & 7, STATION RD., COLWYN BAY. Dining room and Drawing room Suites, from £6 15s. Bedroom Suites (including Wardrobe), from £5 OS. Carpets and Rugs. Linoleums and Mats. Bedsteads and Bedding. Special attention is paid to the Upholstery and Bedding Department. Old Furniture Re- upholstered and Re-polished equal to new at the most reasonable prices. ESTIMATES GIVEN. FURNITURE CAREFULLY REMOVED BY ROAD OR RAIL. Cabinet Works, Ivy Street. 'THE CHESTNUTS' PRIVATE HOTEL AND BOARDING ESTABLISHMENT, MARINE ROAD, COLWYN BAY. THIS well arranged commodious Residence, handsomely furnished, replete with every modern convenience and improvement, is open for the reception of Visitors. Beautifully situated in the West-end, near Promenade, and commanding; extensive Views. Superior suite of Public Rooms, also Private Sitting Rooms. Liberal Table. Good Cuisine. Moderate Tariff. J. M. TAYLOR, Proprietor. 166—43 CENTRAL HOTEL, COLWYN BAY. HEAD-QUARTERS C.T.C. IMPORTER OF FOREIGN WINES. SOLE AGENT FOR Jules Senard's Burgundies, Otard's 1875 Brandy; "UamVar," < "Melrose," and" Glenisle," Famous Old ) SCOTCH WHISKIES; Also, G. ROE'S (six years) old < IRISH WHISKY. 2 Dunville's Jno. Jameson's and KINAHAN'S OLD IRISH. ) AUSTRALIAN WINES. J Moderate Tariff for Visitors. ALE & PORTER BOTTLER. Sole agent for SOAMES' Welsh Ale and Stout. BASS' ALE, GUINNESS' STOUT. EPERNAY & SAUMUR CHAMPAGNES. Light Dinner Wines, Cognac and Liqueur Brandy. Orders taken at Private Office. HAVANA (old crop) CIGARS. IVIiss lESOHSXISf SON, Proprietress. 18, STATION ROAD, COLWYN BAY. A SELECT STOCK OF Gents' Hats, Caps, Ties, Shirts, &c., also, Ladies' Shirts, Blouses, Gloves, Hosiery, &c. o otclsLSon* 313- E.P.Jones,Son&Co. GROCERS AND PROVISION MERCHANTS, FRENCH AND ITALIAN WAREHOUSEMEN, BAKERS AND CONFECTIONERS, West End Stores, COLWYN BAY. 313- 52 The Morfa Boarding House, CONWAY. Beautifully situated on the border of the Golf Links. Within easy reach of Llandudno and some of the finest scenery in North Wales. Apply- Miss HAWORTH-WALKER, 322- PROPRIETRESS. ESTABLISHED 1750. Worthington & Company, LIMITED, BURTON-ON-TRENT, BREWERS BY «^g|p APPOINTMENT TO H.E.H. THE PRINCE OF WALES, Have pleasure in announcing that they have appointed FRANK MADREN, Plas Maelgwyn, Colwyn Bay, As AGENT for the sale of their Celebrated Ales and Stouts, in Colwyn Bay (in succession to Mr. E. H. Davies), and all orders entrusted to him will have prompt and careful attention. PRICE LIST ON APPLICATION. 353-13 DAVIES & CHAPLIN, PRINCIPAL Bill Posters &Town Criers Under Colwyn Bay Local Board, Tegid House, 16, Station Road. Private Hoardings in the District free of charges. Members of the United Kingdom Bill-posters Association. 157- I DAVIES BROTHERS, I Purveyors of Meat, WINDSOR HOUSE, Abergele Road, Colwyn Bay. Fresh Meat Daily. Home Cured Hams and Bacon always on hand. Schools, Institutions, and Families supplied on the most reasonable terms. 157- CIRCULATING LIBRARY. yg- R E. JONES & BROS. I PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS PREPARED. Winter Requisites and Foods for Invalids and Children. Homcepathic, Patent, Horse, and Cattle Medicines. Best Ceylon Tea in town, i/io per lb. Best Coffee in town, 1/7 per lb. Jewsbury & Brown's Celebrated Waters. ADAMSON, PHOTOGRAPHIC CHEMIST, Station Road, Colwyn Bay. 124— SOLE AGENT IN COLWYN BAY FOR THE Celebrated "K" Boots & Shoes. Méliès' Paris Hand- Sewn Boots, Shoes, & Court. Dr. Jaeger's Sanitary Boots and Shoes. Scafe's Patent Combination. W. R. HANDS, HIGH CLASS BOOT AND SHOE WAREHOUSE, CONWAY ROAD. _n- Also, the "Queen," "Euknemidas," and "Adapted." BOOTS AND SHOES IN GREAT VARIETY. ORDERS. REPAIRS. 172- Funerals Furnished WITH THE NEW PATENT GLASS-SIDE HEARSE AND Woodland Livery Stables, W i J U COLWYN BAY Closed Carriages. COLWYN BAY GOL WYN BAY. T. BRACKSTONE & CO., ITOUSE, TESTATE, c OAL, AND QENERAL INSURANCE A GENTS For LIFE, For FIRE, For SICKNESS, For ACCIDENTAL, For BURGLARY and HOUSEBREAKING, For PLATE GLASS, For PICTURES, &C. For EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY, For FIDELITY & GUARANTEE, For CARRIAGE OF LIVE STOCK &c. Central Buildings, Abergele Road, OPPOSITE STATION ROAD, COLWYN BAY. AUTUMN AND WINTER FASHIONS, 1895-96. Hugh Oavies, Having completed his extensive purchases of Leading Novelties for the Season, Parisian and English Millinery of the Newest Shapes and Styles. Capes, Jackets, and Waterproofs. IF-ux- Goods.—A large selection of Capes, Collarettes, and Boas. Dress Materials.—Creponnes, Tweeds, etc., in all colours. Dressmaking under efficient management. Style and Fit properly executed at moderate charges. AN EARLY VISIT IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. 157- BRITANNIA HOUSE, COLWYN BAY. OUR SHOW TO-DAY. JEFFS & SON. A SPLENDID A SPLENDID TURKEYS. SUPPLY OF G E E S E Warranted all Bred and JL~-i jL2-A O JlZj Fed in the District. POULTRY, VENISON, AND OTHER GAME in Season; also, a First Class Supply of FISH, FRUIT, AND VEGETABLES. Diploma, Fisheries Exhibition, 1883; Leeds and Scarboro', 1895. PLEASE GIVE YOUR ORDERS EARLY.