r 1901. G. WILLIAMS, Cycle Maker & Repairer, The Sussex Cycle Depot, Sussex Street, Rhyl. MAKER OF THE FAMOUS ROYAL GEORGE. All kinds of Cycles REPAIRED on the Premises- Enamelling and Plating. All kinds Of Outer Covers Re-Rubbered. SEND ON your REQUIREMENTS and REPAIRS. Works—Sussex Street, Rhyl. (593 Palethorpe's Ltd. FANCY PORK GOODS. ONLY RHYL BRANCH 3 BODFOR STREET (Near the Station). SAUSAGES As Made and S applied to HIS MAJESTY THE KING. MELTON PORK PIES, BOILED HAM (ENGLISH). OX TONGUE (COLLARED) COLLARED HEAD OR BRAWN, &c. All prepared & Supplied from Head Establishment, Model Factory, Dudley Port. THE MARINE LAXE RHYL, Is now open each WEEK-DAY Boating & Bathing w. HUDSON, Yacht and Boat Builder, RUYL. Also at Shrewsbury & West Kirby Marine Lake [404 GEO. BROOKES, HAIRDRESSER AND TOBACCONIST, CLUB BUILDINGS, Market Street, Rhyl. Branch High Street, PRESTATYN. The CHEAPEST House in Town for every kind of Tobaccos. NOTE.—THE ONLY ADDRESS IN RHYL IS Club Buildings, Market Street. Agent for B.B.B. and WHO Pipes. &JEAUOX 1901. PARRY'S Cvcle & Mailcart STORES, 28 & 28a Queen Street. £ s. d from 5 10 0 Union Jack." Ladies' or Gents' 8 10 0 Ditto, with free wheel and Dunlop eyres. 10 10 0 Triumph, Centaur, Sunbeam, Rag- Ian,^ Riley, Sparkbrook, for cash 10 10 0 or £ l Is a month for 12 months by the easy payment system. Second-hand Cycles. from 3 10 0 Mailcart Department. Consult E.W.P., as to your acquirements HIRING Department: THE CHEAPEST in the District. EerJ" kind of Cycle and Mailcart KEPAIRED at LOWEST Prices. Official Repairer to C.T.C » &c. Free Wheels fixed to any Roadster Machine. Accessories of kind8. at 2s. öd. each. Address 28 Queen Street, 1 Under the Clock Try our LITTLE WELSH BEAUTIES E. P. Roberts, PURVEYOR OF MEAT 49 HIGH STREET, AHO29 MARKET HALL, RHYL, N.W. [Residents and Visitors waited upon lor Orders. finest Quality of Some-fed "Meat onty supplie 1 (602-1
List of Lodging houses, Business Premises, AND Visitors. (For a full List of Householders in the town see "The Rhyl Directory" published at the "Journal" Office. Price One Penny). ffest Parade. 1 Mr Henkel laMr Kirk lb-Air Walkden lcMr T M Davies ld-Nlr Groves Queen's Hotel-Mr DunkerJey Swiss Cafe—Mr J Pozzi 5 Mrs S Jones Misses Jones, Acrefair Mrs & Misses Evans, Newport, S Mr & Mrs Murphy and f, Fenton Mrs Mould and f, Trentham Misses Toole, Rochdale Mrs and Misses Jones, Cefnmawr 6 Victoria House—Mrs Wilson 7 Moseley House—Mrs Jones Wilson Misses J & E E Powell, H'sworth Ma.sters Berry do 8 Mrs Hand Mr & Mrs Eckersley, f & n, Sale Mrs Ashlin, f and m, H'sworth Mrs Hardy, Lincoln Mr & Mrs Brewer, f & m, Blythe B Mrs Pass and f, W'hanapton 9 The Ferns—Mr & Mrs Alger Miss Jones, Wrexham Misses Mason do Mr and Mrs L White, B'ham Miss White do Mr and Mrs Piggin & f, Basford Mrs and Miss Molyneux, Dudley Mrs and Misses Higham, M'ter Mra and Masters Owen, Llanrwst Mr, Mrs, and Miss Scott 10 Mrs D Williams Rev J W & Mrs Strong and f, Sutton on the Hill The family of Rev S G Walters, Nuneaton:7 11 Mrs Whittingham 12 Misses Edwards 13 Dr Laurance 14 Mra H Evans Mrs Dawson, Tipton Miss and Master Dawson Mr and Mrs Ash, Accrington Messrs A & E Ash do Misses Singleton do Mr & Mrs Dumbell & f, W'pton Mrs Lamb, London 15 Miss Eadsforth 16 Almora-Miss Owen Mr and Mrs Hickin, f & a, Derby Mr and Mrs Crook, M'chester Mrs Seagreen, B'ham Mrs Hinde do Mrs Deegan do Miss Tennilly do 17 Mrs Curry 18 Mrs Snowden 19 Mrs J Arthnr Evans Mr & Mra Blekeley and f, M'ter Miss Alice Blekeley do Master R Blekeley, Vancouver Mrs and Miss Tuncliff, M'chester Miss Roberts. Stockport Miss May Hodson do Mrs & Miss Williams, P'trefoelas Mr T Elwy Williams do Mr Rogers, Leicester Mr Robson, B'ham Mr Floyd do Mrs and Mias Floyd do Mr McCulloch, Mansfield 20 21 Mrs Jones Clifton House—Mrs Chilwell's Boarding Establishment Mrs and Miss Hodson, Longton Mr, Mrs, and Miss Eraser, L'don Mr, Mrs, & Misses Edwards, Ch'sr Mrs and Miss Clarke, Coventry Mrs and Miss Wilton. Aston Mr John Wilton, Erdington Mrs & Misses G, N, & G Wilton Mr W E Wilton Mrs and Miss Ferriday Mr A J SmedJey, Burton-ou-T't Miss Tarl, Bilston Miss Graves, W'pton Mrs Webster, Ashby-de-la-Zouche Miss Webster do Mrs Allen, Erdington Mrs Bennett, Aston Mr and Mrs Weedon, H'worth Miss E and Master Weedon do Mr, Mrs, & Miss Grove, B'ham Mrs and Miss Timmins do Mr Mellor, Oldham Mr Corbett. Tipton Mr W E Millward, Wednesbury Mrs and Miss Sadler, Langley Mrs Glover, Walsall Miss Moore do Miss and Master Parker do Mrs Burrow, Nuneaton Miss and Master Burrow do Miss Geary, Burton-on-Trent Messrs P and G Rigby, Cheshire Mr A H Male, Bilston Mr Cartwright, W'bury Mr & Mrs Martin, Stourbridge Miss Perkin do Mr, Misses & Master Perkin, Tamworth Mr Trotman, B'ham Miss Maher, King's Lynn Mr Chappell, Stourbridge Misses Chappell do Mr Mobberley do Mr, Mrs, Miss & Master Kinson, Miss Parker, Hanley Mrs & Miss George, B'ham Mr A Jobling, M'ter Mr Agar do Mr Miscampbell, Belfast 22 Mrs Chilwell 23 Gorphwysfa- Miss Hughes 24 Mrs Williams 25 Anchorage Mrs Owen Hughes 26 Miss Mitchell 27 Miss Hughes 28 Mrs H Jones 29 Mrs Picken 30 Mrs Morris Smith 31 Silverdale—Mrs A Sutton 32 Abbey House—Mrs Mathews Mrs Challenor. Southport Miss Johnson Miss Williams Mr & Mrs Poole, f & m, S'rbridge Mrs & Misses Whaite, Gravelly H 33 Mrs Harper 34 Arden House-M sKynaston 35 Cecil House—Mrs Buckley 36 Mr Middleton 37 Hendon House—Mr D Owen 38 Ivy House—Mrs D Thomas 40 Stratford House Mrs Vaughan 41 Sefton House—Mrs T Good- man 42 Alexandra House-Misses Lloyd and Jones Mr Clarke and f, Sutton Coldfield Miss Howard do Misses & Masters Johnson, Wham Mr & Mrs Cooper & f, K Norton Miss Hookham do Mr & Mrs Kcnyon & f, Old bury 43 Latham House—Mrs Hines Mrs and Miss Rogers, Wrexhami Miss Liptrot do Mr G H and Miss Bessell do Mr T A Rogers, Ilford, E 44 Clarence He use—Mrs Lloyd 45 Mrs Lloyd 46 Marlborough Boarding Es- tablishment-Mrs Walton 47 Tho Charlton Boarding Es- tablishmcllt-Mrs Charlton 48 Edgbaston House-Mrs J Jones 49 Edmondsley House — Misa Gilbert 50 Cheltenham House-Miss Pinder Mrs Walsh, Handsworth Mr Walsh do Miss Walsh do ( Newton- Walsb. Esq, Calcutta Mrs Newton -Walsh do Misses Adie Handsworth Mrs Garston, Cheshire Mrs Lloyd do 1 Mrs Didd, Chester Misses and Masters Didd do Mr and Mrs Carey, Aintree W Ashford, Esq. Erdington Mrs and Miss Ashford do T Mitchell, Esq, Bryn Edwyn Hall Mrs Mitchell, f and a do Mrs Renshaw and m, M'ter Mrs Burton, f and m, Ardwick 51 Malvern House-Mrs J P Evans 52 Melbourne House—Misses Derricourt 53 Brynmor—Mr Roberts 54 Mr E V Jones 55 West End Hotel — Mrs A W Poole Mrs Hammond, Kidderminster Miss J Perry do Miss C S Hill, Redditch 56 Swansea House Mrs. B Williams Mr & Mrs Booth, f and m, Crewe Miss Griffith, Dolgelley Miss Hughes do Mrs Perkins, f and m, Coventry Mr & Mrs L D Williams, b & m, Chester Mr and Mrs G Jones, Llangollen Master G Jones and maid do Mr and Mrs Heague, Halesowen Misses Heague (4) do 57 Fron Wendon Miss Teece 58 Shrewsbury Houso — 59 Osborne House—Mrs Row- lands 60 Mrs R Hughes 61 Mra W E Smalley 62 Rangemore—Mrs Bellamy 63 Misses Parry Mrs & Misses Pritchett, King's N R Thornloe, Esq, Coventry Mrs and Miss Thornloe do Mrs Archdale, f and n, Harborne Mrs and Master Mear, Burton Mr and Mrs Hinkley, Seacombe j Miss Hinkley do 64 Glan y Mor Boarding Estab- lishment—Misses Parry Mrs and Misses Bagnall, H'worth Mrs and Miss Haimea, Liverpool Mr and Mrs Adams, Smethwick Misses Chorlton, Manchester Misses Cambell do Mr and Mrs Felton, Wrexham M r Pearn do Mr and Mrs Owen, Swansea Mr and Mrs Cook do Misses Cook do Mr and Mrs Warry, Edgbaston 65 Gordon House-Mrs Ellis Mrs and Misses Davies, Nantwich Miss Fisher do 166 Uwch y Don—Mrs 0 R Williams 67 Emlyn House—Mr Griffiths 68 Sandywood—Mr Z Jones 69 Tudno House—Mr Williams 70 —Harborne House Miss Roberts 71 The Norlands-Misses Foulkes 72 Orme's Head View—Mis Peter Davies 73 Ferndale—Mrs Fielding 74 Rutland House-Mrs Poulson 75 Mor Avon—Miss Williams 78 Mrs Edwards Mr|and2Mrs Turnock, Chester Misses Masters Turnock Miss Turnock, Warrington Mr & Mrs Gath & m, Pendleton Major & MrsMason, f & m,Chester Mr & Mrs Severs, Moss Side Mr & Mrs Slinn, f & n,Stonehouse East Parade. 1 Mrs Lawrence Mrs Bowes-Robinson, Tettenhall MrC Bowes-Robinson do Mr and Mrs Gothard & f, Burton- on Trent Mrs Yates do Miss Willis do Mr & Mrs Phillips, f & m,W'pton Mr & Mrs Mason & s, Newcastle Mr & Mrs Brinton, f & m, Bewdley Miss Gabb do Miss Newth, Trowbridge 2 Mrs E Evans 4 Min y Don Cottage—Mr Simcox pte 5 Min y Don 6 Miss Jones 7 Miss Jones 8 Mrs Roberts 9 Sutherland House 10 Belvoir and Pier Hotel Miss Ashworth, man- ageress 11 Westminister Hotel — Mr Lang, manager 12 The Grosvenor-Mra A Jones W Walcoil Shand, Esq, Chester Mr and Misses Shand F McMcClements, Esq, Derby Mrs & Misses McClements A W Ellithorne, Esq, B'head Mrs Ellithorne f, B'head Mr & Mrs R Parker & f, Burslem Mrs Cartlidge do Miss Hales do G Genny, Esq &IrsGenny,M)ter Dr & M rs Stevens & f, S on Avon Mrs M Tourmerley, W'pton Mrs Weltrop & f, Bridgnorth S Warhurst, Esq, J. P,Staly bridge Misses and Mr A Warhurst 13 Northcote House — Misses Sproson Mrs and Misses Foster, Harborne Miss Cooper do Ir, Mrs, & Misses Hall, Mr & Mrs Harrison & f, S'kport Miss Marshall do Mr J Fox, f & m, Hawarden Miss Holmes do Mrs & Miss Tomblin, Nuneaton Miss Bill, Wednesbury 14 Elsinore-Mrs J Jones 16 The Alexandra Children's Hospital (branch) 17 The Alexandra Children's Hospital (branch) 22 Sandhills—-Mrs Twigg Mrs Hengler and maid, Cheshire Miss Sprake, London Misses Morris, Pensnett Miss Caddick, Bilston Canon Wynne Jones, Llanymynech Mrs Jones and maid do 23 Devonia—Rev Lewis Ellis 24 Craig y Don—Miss Evans Mr and Mrs Wheldon, Derby Misses Wheldon do Mr and M rs Flowesdeu, M'ter Miss and Masters Flowesden do Mr and Mrs Duncan, Liverpool Misses & Master Duncan & g do Mr and Mrs Horne, f and n do 25 Healey House—Misses Taylor 26 Pier View—Miss McLennan 27 Brighton House-Miss J Trehearn 30 Morville—Mrs Embrey 31 Fairfield—Misses Edwards Judge Wynne Ffoulkes R T B Atcherley, Esq Mrs Atcherley and children Penydon Boarding Establish'nt- Miss Strevett, proprietoress Miss Hipkins, B'ham LI Hughes, Esq, Wrexham Mrs and Misses Hughes, do H J Baines, Esq. Burslem Mrs and Misses Baines, do Wm Baines, Esq, do T Baines, Esq, do Master Baines do Mrs Powell, Chester Misses Powell (3) do Mrs and Miss Yarwood F Harrison, M'ter Mrs and Miss Harrison do Mrs Greenway, Edgbaston Misses Richards, New York Mrs Leigh. Winsford H Leigh, Esq, do Miss and Master Leigh do Theo. Tweedie, Esq, Northop J H Hookham, Esq, Mrs and Misses Hookham do J H Williams, Esq., Watford C G Baker, Esq, S-on-Trent Mrs Baker do Mrs Orrell, Crewe Miss Wright Durham Miss Orrell Crewe Mrs and Miss Hill, Chester PLASTIRION TERRACE. 1 Mist, iUartm 2 Miss Roberta 4 ? ?}astiriou "Boarding Es- tabbshment-Mra Mitchell h Mrs Cox Mrs and Miss Boylan. L'pool Miss Koon do Mr and Mrs Marshall f and m, Guiseley Rev and Mrs Stanley Edwards, Bishop Waltham Mr and Mrs Orrell, Rochdale Mr & Mrs Hargreaves, Tottmgton Mrs and Miss Keeling, L'pool 7 Mr R Price Golf House—Mrs Jones, ¡ manageress MARINE DRIVE. The Marine Hydropathic—Miss Bryan, manageress Abbey street. 1 and 2 Abbey Vaults—Mrs Jones 3 Mr E Jones 4 Mrs Hughes Misses Hamley, Chester Master W Hamley do Mr and Mrs Ayres and b, B'ham Mr and Mrs Carter, Walsall Master M Carter do 5 Mr W Jones 6 Neston House-Mrs Williams 7 Mrs Ed. Edwards 8 Danesbury House-Miss Dean 9 Mrs Minshall 10 Runswick—Mrs Hughes Miss Patstone, B'ham Miss Barker do Mrs & Miss W Dillon do Mr & Mrs Upton & f, do Mr & Mrs Wheeler & f, do Mr & Mrs Bellis & son, M'chester Mrs Adderley, Sale Miss Dickson, B'ham 11 Mrs Birchall 16 Heath House-Mrs Hazel 12 Mrs Smaller 13 Bognor House—Mrs Owen 14 Nantglyn House — Mrs Roberts Mrs & Misses and Master Gould, Bilston 15 Mr Hughes 17 Seaforth Rousa-Mra Mun- slow Ty Newydd Villa — Mrs Brereton 17aArfon House—Mrs Pearce 18 Lichfield House-Mr Richd. Williams 19 Leamington House — Mrs Arthur 20 Bodifor—Mrs Davies 21 Mrs T Whitley 22 Mrs Morris Jones Ethel Villa—Mr J Jones 23 Mr J C Wood 24 Mr E P Griffiths 25 Silverdale House-Mra J Jones 26 Mowcop House-Mrs Kinsey 27 Cambridge House — Mra Roberts 28 Claremont House-Mrs Parry 29 Euston House—Miss Wil- liams 30 Mrs Morgan 31 Mr Pepper 32 Mr G Lyne 33 Northampton House—Mrs. Roberts 34 Mrs Rogers 35 Mrs Roberts 36 Mr Ginsburg Aquarium street. 1 Staffordshire House—Mrs J o Wood 3 Gwrych Castle ViewMisses Williams 5 Harecastle House — Mrs J Williams 7 Mrs J Jones 9 Laburnam House—Mrs J Bassett 11 Mrs Astle 13 Mrs Hockey 15 Mrs B Edwards 17 Mr 0 Evans 19 Shelton House—Misses Haw- thorne 21 Grosvenor House—Mrs W Williams 23 Miss Ma.yell 25 Mr M J Davies 27 Mrs Williams 29 Mr Isaac Jones 41 Miss Rowlands 45 —— GLADSTONE VILLAS. 2 Ambleside—Mrs Jones 4 Mrs Davies 6 Mrs D Jones Mrs, Mr & Miss Wooton, Mr J Linton, Mr B & Misses Grundy Mr & Mrs While and f, Harborne Mr & MrB Crosbie and b do 8 Mrs Evans 10 Mrs Evan Lloyd 12 Mrs I Jones 14 Mr T Roberts 16 Allandale—Mrs M Jones 18 Mrs Midwinter 20 Haversham House — Mrs Atkinsod 22 Gwynfa—Mrs W H Thomas 48 Mrs Foden Jones Beechwood road. Mrs Rennie Miss Shepard Miss McMorland Brighton road 1 Mrs W Roberts Mr & Mrs Schofield & f, R'dale Miss Soulby do i Rev & Mrs Hytch, Great H'wood Mrs and Misses Sprague B'ham Miss Smith do Mr Marshall, Worcester 2 Mrs Evans 3 Mr Pritchard BRIGHTON TERRACE. 5 Mrs William Hughes Mr and Mrs Bolton, B'ham Masters Bolton, do Miss Thorpe, Ripon Master t Warr, Harbourne, Mrs Stott, B'bam Mr & Mrs Toft & f, S-on-Trent 7 Mr Hanlon 8 Mr E Jones 9 Miss Owen 10 Miss Jetsum Miss Percival, Newtown Miss Powel do Miss Morris, do Miss Hilda Gittins, Buckley Miss E Hewitt, H'den Misses Hewitt, (4) Alltamie Mr Hewitt, Wrexham Mr Hewitt, Mold Miss Mann, Lichfield, Mrs and Miss Bird do Mr Bird do 11 Mr Williams Welsh Wesleyan Chapel OARADOC VILLAS. 12 Mrs Allman 13 Mrs E Jones 14 Mrs J Hughes 15—Mrs Faichney. 16 Misses Davies 17 Mrs T J Hughes English Wesleyan Chapel CHURTON ROAD. Peterborough House—Mrs Jos. Williams COBDEN TERRACE. 1 Mrs Yardley 3 Mrs Edwards 5 Mrs Harvey 6 Mrs Evans Butterton Road 1 Mrs Parry 2 Mrs Gratton 3 Mrs O'Donnell 4 Miss Nicholls 5 Miss Williams 6 Mas J Roberts 9 Mrs Crosby Mr, Mrs & Miss Broadbcn t, L'pool Mrs and Miss Burgoine do Mr & Mrs Fox, f & m, Atherstone Mr, Mrs & Miss Burker, Droyls'n Mr White do 10 Minafon—Mrs Owens 11 Mrs Catherall 12 Chumleigh House — Mrs Powell MADOC TERRACE. 1 Mr W Stannard Mr and Mrs Little and b, M'ter Mrs Little, sem, do Mr and Mrs Crosby, Rochdale Mrs Fielden do Mr & Mrs Carinicbacl & a, M'ter Mrs Goodby and f, B'ham Miss Fletcher do Miss Diddle, Oldham Miss Bagley do 2 Mrs L Williams 3 Baden House-Mr8 Barrett West Dene—Mrs Shawcross Mr & Mrs Robinson, Soathport Mrs& Miss Hall do Misses Littler do I Mrs & Miss Craig, Cheadle Heath Mrs & Master Thomas, Hanley f Masters Lane, do Mr & Mrs Stratton, Sale Montrose — Mrs Mamie and Mrs Evans Bath st. CLAREMONT VILLAS. 1 Mrs Williams Mr Thomas, Rhyl W Biough, Esq, Sheffield Mrs aud Master Brou^'h do Miss Nevin do Mr and Mrs Bradford, B'ham Misses Bradford do Miss Arnold do Miss Davies, Wrexham Miss Morris, Warwick Miss Stevens, Worcester 2 StanhopeHouse—MrsOweu 3 Mrs Davies 4 Mrs Jones Sosedene—Mrs Rhodes. Mr and Mrs Baird, Pendleton Mrs Machin, B'ham Mr & Mrs Chambers. Withington Bedford st 13aMr J White 14 Mrs Campini 1.5 Mrs D Wynne 35 Misses Siatter Mr Williams, B'ham Miss Reynolds, Oswestry Mrs Morris do Miss Pugh do Mr Gowland, Spennymoor Miss Siatter, Northampton Bodfor st. 7 Mrs T C Amos Mr Moritz, Liverpool Mr Chapman, B'ham Mr T Bolton, Eccles Mr Washington, Fenton Mrs Beckett and f, Coalville Miss Williams, L'pool Mrs Lowe and f, B'ham Miss Howl do Mrs Fitter and f do Mr and Mrs Johnson do 9 Eagle House—Mr W G Pepper Olwyd st. 3 Mr and Mrs F Davies Misses Garbett, Broseley Misses & Masters Stratton, M'ter Nurse Chaning do Mrs & Master Phillips, IronB'dge Mr H Boycoot, Hereford Mrs and Master Boycoot Miss Davie, M'ter 4 Mr Humphreys and Mrs Payne Mrs E Walters, Stourbridge Mr H Walters do Misses Walters (2) do Mrs E Perry do Miss Weston do Mr Hawkins do Miss Grove do Miss Webb do 5 Mrs J E Jones Mrs and Miss Davies, Rhos Mrs & Misses Watson, B'ham Miss Edwards, L'pool Miss Kammil do 6 Mrs Griffiths Mr & Mrs Slann and f, Gravelly Hill Mrs E Wright and f, Wilmslow Misses Davies, Mold 8 Mr Lucas 11 Mrs Bevan Mr W Booth, West Kirby Mr and Mrs Griffiths and f 12 Alexandra Cottage — Mrs Norman Crescent rd. 1 Marine Villa-Mr Smith 3 Shrewsbury House —Mr Payne 5 Lincoln House-Miss Free- man Mrs Taylor & f, B'ham Mrs Handsaker, B-on-Trent Mr and Mrs Bardsley, Crewe Mr and Mrs Webster, Aahton-u- Lyne Mrs Kidson, Moxley Master B Kidson Air & Masters Holden do Air & Mrs Fermor & f, Shifnal 7 Mrs Sarson C Rippingham, Esq, Handsworth Mrs Rippingham do Misses and Master Rippingham do J E Wood, Esi, B'ham Mrs and Master Wood do Mrs Lilly do Mr & Mrs T Sarson, Redditch 11 Fron Don—Sister Taylor 113 Mr and Mrs Everatt pte 15 Gwalia House-Mrs R LI Jones 4 Avondale—Mrs Gandon 27 Birchfield House — Miss Davies 29 Shenstono Houso — Mrs 25 Mrs Denton 23 Mountain View — Mrs F Lloyd Hughes Mrs Rabone & f, Newport Air & Mrs Dean & f, Urmston Misses Nixon, M'ter Mrs Carmalt and f, Cannon hill Mrs Hignett, B'ham 21 Morfa Huuse-Mrs Parry 19 Oxton House—Mrs Beavan 37 Dawlieh House-MrsWilliams 31 Mrs Smith 33 Ellesmere House-MrsHughes 35 Highbury House—Mr. T. P. Hughes SOUTH VIEW VILLAS. 40 Mrs J Furber 41 Mrs Charles Ellis 42 Mr Lloyd CRESCENT ROAD (continued) 44 Grsystone Villa—Mrs H Owen 38 Vine Cottage—Mrs D Jones 36 Mrs Davies 38 Mrs J Hooson 28 Ruabon House-Mrs Thomas Edwards Mr and Mrs Heathcote & f, M'ter Mr and Mrs Spray and f do Miss Hopkins do Airs, Aliss, & Alaster Price,C'mawr Mrs Bowen do Master Evans do Misses Hughes, Acrefair Misses Ellis do 39 Edyrn House—Mrs Hicks 31 Mrs M C Ellis Edward Henry st. 1 Lansdowne House—Misses Jones 3 Mrs Hodgskin 4 Sea View—Miss Williams Air & Mrs Bickley, Ellesmere Mr and Mrs Welch & f Hale Miss Vaughan, Coed Poeth Misses Vaughan Griffith do Master! Vaughan Griffith do 5 Air R C Evans SEA VIEW TERRACE. 6 Mrs Cooper Ventnor House—Mr Roberts 8 Glencoe—Mrs Fazakerley 9 & 10 Mrs Mellor 11 Miss Burton 12 Slindon House-Mrs Shilcock 13 Mrs Lawson 14 Handsworth House—Mr A H Darlaston 16 Mr Beddington 17 Mrs Pritchard 18 Wave Crest-Miss Jones 19 Sealand House—Miss Simmons 20 Leith House—Mrs Pope 21 Mrs Taylor 22 Mrs Hibbita 23 Miss Rice 24 Sandhay—Mrs Percival and Miss Jones Crescent Hotel—Air Williams 25 Lozells House Alrs diae J ones 26 Oakdeno Alra Roberts Miss Smcthural, Bolton Miss Anderson do Miss Chapman do Air Teall, B'ham Miss Teall do Aliss Asher do Mrs & Miss Penzer do Mr and Mrs Finlay & f, Rochdale Air & Mrs Holroyd & i, do 27 Allesley House-Mr E Jones Roxby House— < Btwy st. 2 St. Helen's Cottage—Mr D. Williams 3 —— 4 Southport House Mrs Jolley Mrs Hartley, Rochdale Mr and Mrs S Hartley do Mr and Mrs James Dyson do Mr and Mrs S Lees do Miss Alice Aletcalfe do Miss Hannah Butterworth do Mr D Butterworth do 6 Mrs Davies 7 Mrs Thomas 8 Mrs J M Jones 9 Mrs Roberts 10 Sandbach House—Mrs Chas Egerton 13 Colwyn House-Mra Roberts Emlyn Grove 1- Mrs & Miss Nisbet & m, L'pool 2 Airs Hubbard 3 AlissHayboard 4 Mrs Williams 5 Mrs Cain 6 Mrs P. H. Jones 7 Mrs Butler 8 Mrs Picknell 9 Mr T. Jones 10 Mrs Smith 11 Mrs P. Williams 12 Mrs Edwards t airfield Avenue Belle Vue— Ffynongroyio rd. Barmouth Villa-Mrs Jones Mr Naylor, Wednesbury Mrs henry, Bootle Aliss Woollam do Mr and Mrs Moss, M'ter CASTLE VIEW. 1 Mrs Evans 2 Airs Lindall. 3 Mrs Jones 20 Mrs J Evans Gronant st. 3 Mr Cookson 7 Air R Davies 13 Miss Inues 16 Mr J. Price 26 Mr J D Whitley 34 Mrs Davies 31 Coningsby House Mrs E D Roberts Air R Roberts, Anfield Miss C E Roberts do High st. 19 Mrs Jones 24 Mrs J Byrham Mr Jackson, Sheffield Mr & Master Ratheram do Mr R Dunn do 29 Airs Guthrie 38 Mrs T H Black Air and Airs Aston, Neohells Miss Aston do 45aUpton House—Mrs Jones John Street. 1 Mrs Shaw Misses Perrins B'ham Mrs Wellerand f, do 3 Mrs Badham 5 Mrs Teale 7 Mrs Malings 9 Mrs Thomas Evans 11 Mrs. Hughes Browne Mrs W F Brooks & c, H'sworth Miss Alice Brooks do 13 Mrs Wainwright Mr, Mrs & Master Denton, S'port AJr & Mrs A Denton, Tatsfield Mrs Williamson, f & m, Oulton 15 Mrs A Jones 17 Beak House — Mra John Jones 19 Mrs Garner Mr and Mrs Evans & f, Ruabon Mr and Mrs Burns & f, London Mr and Mrs Perks and f, B'ham Miss Wilson do 21 Mr T Morrow 23 Mrs Bartley 2 Miss Chilwell Mrs and Misses Bell, London Miss Ruthven do Mr Kitsch do Air Roberts, Leigh Mr Bottomley, Bradford Mrs and Misses Smith, Worcester Mr and Airs Talbot, Grantham Misses Talbot do Air and Mrs Fox, Leicester Mr W H Chilwell, Wednesbury 4 Lome House—Mrs Tailby 6 Mrs Williams 8 Miss Lester 10 Mrs Thos. Jones 14 Denver Housc-1r Darby 16 Mrs F Jones 18 Worcester House-Mrs Morris 20 The Misses Wood 22 Brentford- 24 Airs Harding 26 Mrs Burgess 28 Mr Parker Owen 34 Quispamais—Airs Emblen 36 Mrs Owen Mrs R Gibson, B'ham Miss Meggett do Miss Willner, West Bromwich 38 Mrs Chas. Jones 42 Mrs Edmund Hughes AVONDALE TERRACE (South John Street). 25 Mrs Kitchen 27 Mr and Mrs Dowell 29 Mrs Owen 31 Park House—Mr Satchwell 33 Argoed-Mr W C Davies 35 Cardigan House—Mr Jenkins 37 Mr Tatham 39 Mrs Griffith 41 Allendale—Mr Allen 43 Mrs Willis Kinmel street. 12 Airs Rowe 15 Manning 16 Cynval Villas—Mrs Jones 18 Mrs Edwards 19 Mrs A Prichard 20 Mr and Mrs Smith 21 Cawnpore Villa — Mr and Mrs Dicker 22 Cawnpore Villas-MrsParry WEST END VILLAS. 25 Mrs Davies 26 Mrs E Hughes 27 Mrs Hewitt 28 Mr A H Williams 29 Miss Howell 30 Mrs Jones 32 Mr Cuddy 34 Bodelwyddan View — Mrs T E Evans 35 Mrs G Newman 37 Ye Windsor-Mr Shepherd 38 Mrs Goffe 39 Mrs Wilson Aladame N Courtenay, London Miss & Master Courtenay do J P Cordova, Esq, L'pool Mrs and Miss Cordova do Mr and Mrs Bentley & f, B'ham Mrs it Miss Price, Chester Air and Mrs Page, Warwick Master and Miss Page do Miss Taylor, Rowington Mrs Lucklcy & f, W'ton 40 Mr M Samuels 41 Mr Rosenberg 42 Mr Gregory 43 Castle Temperance Hotel— Mr Hulley Tennyson Smith, Esq, Deganwy Mrs Smith do Mr and Mrs Field f, m, Moseley Mrs Sinnister, Whitchurch Misses and Master Sinnister do Miss Denn Seargent and A1 rs Yarnold E'sham Aliss Chapman B'ham Air J A1 Wright do 44 Aston House—Mrs Joues 4 ) Penrhyn House— Kinmel 1 err ace. 1 Air D Lewis 2 Airs Jno. Williams 3 Mrs Jonea Mrs J Jeavons-Fellows, Dudley Miss and Master Jeavons-Fellows Mr J W Smith 4 Mo$ £ amby 5 Mr Crawford 8 Mr Jones Market st. GLANGLASFOR VILLAS. Saron House Airs Williams, Corwen Airs and Miss Evans, Bala Mr Jones do Miss Edwards, Derwen Mr and Mrs Holiday, Liverpool Miss Holiday do Mrs and Master Davies, Chester Mr aud Mrs Cooper, Bloxwich Mr and Misses Plumer, B'ham Mr Salisbury Mr & Mrs H Wootton, Bloxwich Mr and Mrs J Wootton und f do Mr W R Savage, M'chester Air W H Savage do Miss Clara, Savage do Paradise street. CHURTON TERRACE. 2 Cart-ref-Miss Stubbs 3 Mr Bryan Warhurst Churton Villa-Airs John Lucas, A.C.P. Gas and Water (Yffice-Mr Leonard Hall, manager REGENT VILLAS. 2 Mr Snowden Princes st. 1 Iorwerth House Mrs W Jones 3 Seiriol House-Mrs Pryce 5 Maenan House—Airs Har- rison 7 Mr Owen 11 Mrs P Jones 13 Castle View-Mr E Archer Jones 15 Mr Hugh Jones 17 Mr Barrett 19 Mr Robinsons 21 Twyning House- Sergt-Ins. McCully 23 Didsbury House-Mr Arthur S Williams Mr and Airs Jenkins & f, L'pool Mr & Mrs Howson & f, R'bottom Misses Almond, Manchester Miss Cheltenham do Misses Alarshall, Fallowfield Mr Jeffers, Liverpool 25 Mrs Thomas 27 W Mason, Esq 29 Mrs Jones 31 Rev D Lewis 33 Mr Peter Evans 35 Mrs Thomas 37 Mrs Evan Evans 39 Mrs Dan Jones Mrs Roper, Claverley Air and Mrs W Roper do Mr and Mrs Jackson, Altrincham Master W Jackson, do Misses Brodie do 41 Mr Dowell English Presbyterian Chapel 2 Auron House-Mr Hannaby 4 Prospect House Mrs Middleton 6 Mr Gates 8 Mrs Bell 10 Mr D Morris 12 Mrs Vaughan 14 Stanmore House Mrs Harrison 16 Mrs Arkell 18 Mrs Jones 20 Mr Cooke 22 Ashby House-AIr F J Beech 24 Mrs Polkinghorne 26 Llangar House-MrsjLeedam 28 Bitteswell House Mrs W B Allen pte 30 Halton House Mr G E Parkin Queen st. 8 Temperance Hotel-Mr Arre 9 Bayfield House-Mrs W Jones Mrs A Beardsmore, Leicester Misses & Masters Beardsmore do Mr & Mrs Wilkinson, Whalley Miss & Alasters Wilkinson do Misses Dodson, Liverpool 10 Miss Jones 10 Queen's Bazaar-Mr Homan 11 Naylor's Temperance Hotel 12 Talhaiarn House Mrs A Cheetham 13 Mr W Jones 14 Mrs Hay 15 Mrs Robins 16 Mrs E Williams Misses Evans, Chester Masters Evans, B'ham Mrs Taplen, M'ter Mr & Mrs Birks do Air Davies, B'ham Mrs and Miss Jones, L'pool Mr and Mrs Parry do Misses Wright, S-on-T Miss Halley do 17 Brunswick House—Mrs God- frey Parry 17aBrunswick Cottage—Mrs A Thomas Miss Wilson, Kingswood Miss Smith, Ealing Masters N & A Williams, Chester 18 Kirtland's Private Hotel Mr A and Mrs Moss and f 19 Cleveland House Miss Allsop 20 Albert House-Mra Allen 21 Mrs D Jones 22 Miss Jones 2 Rev E E Ingham, Mrs Ingham and family 24 Mrs Pozzi 26 Mrs H Edwards 28 Mr Boddington 29 George Hotel-Mr Freder- ick Park Arthur 30 Mr Eisiski 32 Mr J Evans Miss Tildaslev, Handsworth Miss E Tildasley do Miss McCann do Air and Mrs Avery, Redditch Miss Avery do Mrs Hobday do Miss 1\1 A Jones, Llanddewi 33 & 34— Messrs Rhydwen Jones and Davies 36 Mrs M Jones 37 Mr Greenhouse 38 Messrs Connah & Co. 39 Mr Goldsmith River st. 1 Moseley House—Miss Wads- worth Mr, Mrs, & Misses Wright, L'pl Air and Mrs Comes, Newcastle Miss Cornes do Mr and Mrs Davey, f and m, Heaton Chapel Air and Mrs Wain, B'ham Master Wain do 3 Lyndhurst-Mr Z Pryce Alr& Mrs Roden & f, Stourport Mr & Mrs W Chadwich, Had field Mr F Taylor, Charlesworth Mr and Mrs J T Ashworth, Ashton-under-Lyne Miss and Master H Ashworth do Miss Bird, Lytham 5 Mrs Abbott Mrs Athwood, Cradley Miss Earl do Mr and Mrs Perrins & f, Dudley Mr and Mrs Elcock and f do Miss Perrins, B'ham Miss Stanley, B'ham Mr Neale do Mr and Mrr Hutchinson, B'ham Miss Hutchinson do Mr F Hutchinson do 7 Havelock House-Mrs Sim- cock 9 Bodlondeb-Miss Griffith 11 Mrs Roderick 13 Mrs T J Hughes 15 Cars wood Mrs II ughei 17 Mrs Cowgill kV- Miss Lloyd Mrs Wild and f, Alilnrow Miss Roberts Air and Mrs Haywood and f Air and Miss Turner Miss Heath Miss Bamford Mr and Mrs Buckley and f Miss Whittles Alisses Alellor, 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CYCLING NEWS & GOSSIP. II It lias been decided that the life ol a bicycle de- pends almost entirely upon the rider, an exper- ienced whi'clmaii inflicting far less wear and tear upon a machine than an inexperienced one would do. An instance of this has been given by the Irish Cyclist \ho had a remarkable case of longevity in a cycle brought under their notice. The machine in question was bought four seasons ago for grass track work, and scaled in racing trim nIbs. and for road work 2411bs. The owner found after pur- chasing the machine that he could not devote the necessary time to training, so housed the machine entirely on the road, covering well over 0000 miles per annum. This high annual mileage made over rough roads in winter and summer and extending over a space of four years, conclusively shows that with due care a machine will last very much longer than is generally supposed, for in this in- stance the machine has just been sold for XS, and is good for a lot more work. It is difficnlt to believe that anyone would be so void of sense as to ride a free wheel bicycle with- out a brake, but quite recently two cases have been reported wherein cyclists riding such machines have come to grief, one at Cardiff and the other at Abcrdare, the latter accident proving fatal. The victim was a novice, having only commenced cyc- ling this year, and yet he purchased a bicycle fitted with a free wheel and minus a brake. Within a week of the purchase, when riding out of Aberdare Park at a good rate of speed, he failed to take the curve, and not being able to stay the progress of the machine ran into a wall with such force as to cause almost instantaneous death. It is little short of madness to ride a machine so inadequate- ly equipped, while much blame rests with the seller for allowing such to go out of his hands. One of the most fashionable sports gatherings during the year is the annual race meeting at Chelmsford, which is usually attended by all the local notabilities of the country. The Lord Mayor of London and the Lady Mayoress in full state graced this year's meeting with their presence to- gether with Lord and Lady Rookwood, Lord Bishop of Colchester, Sir Walter Gilbey, and many others. Indeed the meeting is quite unlike the general run of athletic meetings as regards the class of spectators, everyone who considers himself anyone in Essex making a point of attending. The one mile cham- pionship of Essex was the moat important of the cycling events, and this was won by J. H. Bishop, A. Gregory being second and G. W. Bishop (holder) third. During the past few seasons A. S. Ingram and R. Janson have stood head and shoulders above the other tandem cracks, and on their Dunlop- tyred mount won every important contest in which they have competed, including championship events. They are now out with a challenge to any amateur combination in Great Britain. They have just recently broken the one mile unpaced tandem record made from a standing start, cover- ing the mile in lmin. 54 3-5secs. A creditable performance. One cannot help expressing surprise when hear- ing of the number of cycle dealers who have their machines stolen, that they do not exercise more precaution when letting cycles out on hire. There are many ways in which cycle stealing from agents could be prevented. Alany cycle makers, "especially those relying upon a local reputation, make a serious mistake in not looking after their customers after the actual transaction is completed. How many dealers consider their duty done when once they have sold a customer a bicycle ? The purchaser is bound to have one or two little things go wrong, and if he should be new to the pastime, would appreciate any attention or advice. Slight repairs should be done expeditiously and for one or two weeks after the purchase the machine should be brought in occasionally and well overhauled. In this way the agent will gain the confidence of his customer, and his attention and curtesy will be rewarded by introductions, and an increase in the sale of sundries and the number of repairs. The cycle agents of Vienna are complaining against the municipal pawn shops competing with them in the sale of second-hand machines, a branch of their business which is very considerable. Pawning cycles is very general on the Continent, so much so, that special rooms have had to be built in many instances to store the machines, and as many of the pledges are never reclaimed, the pawnbrokers have been obliged to sell them at the best price they can get. The machines are first thoroughly overhauled and repaired by experienced workmen before being offered for sale. Naturally the public, wishing to purchase a second hand cycle, favour the pawnbrokers, where they can get a serviceable mount at a much I lower price than cycle dealers would charge. We fully believe that the puncture demon conies in for much unmerited abuse, and provok- ing as his visitations arc, they are not so frequent as one iH led to imagine from the woeful tales told by some wheelmen. Punctures occur, of that there is no possible doubt, but they are not numerous considering the many thousands of I cyclists on the road, and if only more care were i further considerably reduced. We ftrD speaJoJl from our own experience of a pair of Dunlop- Welch roadster tyres. These tyres have been i" constant use for over two years, ridden in all weathers over every class of road and yet not once punctured. We have periodically overhauled them, extracted any flints which had become embedded in the rubber, and filling in the cuts with solution and cotton wool. A contributor to one of the London dailies has solved the vexed question of housing the London poor, and instead of the municipal authoritie spending thousands of pounds on the erection cl model dwellings, they are to devote the money to the purchase of cycles which are to be let out to working men at a low weekly charge. Under this scheme the city toiler will not only be able to live farther afield but the daily cycle journeys will improve his health and physique. Such is the proposal, attractive in its simplicity, but W are afraid, impracticable. From all quarters reports are coming in of policy activity in stopping the practice of scorching and it is very clear that a decisive movement is being made to put an end to speed riding once and for all. Heavy fines are being imposed on captured offenders and in the case of the Llendaff district, where miners have been giving a deal of trouble, the magistrate when imposing a fine of il spoke very strongly on the subject. He told them tho.t if the offence was repeated they would be imprison- ed, We are one with the police in exterminating the scorcher who disrespect the rights af pedest- rians, but we are afraid in many cases the police summon cyclists for fast riding when the roads are deserted and no one is about to be endangered- The Irish cycling press are-and apparently with good reason, too-very sore on the suspension of C. Pease, the holder of the One and Five miles N.C.U. Championships, and Robert Reynolds, the Twenty-five miles N.C.U. Champion. Seeing tlJat the actual charges made against the riders were not proven, it does seem hard that they should be de- barred from racing just in the middle of the season' when they have got themselves into thorough con- dition. It appears that the English representative argued that English sports promoters are known to offer expenses to prominent riders to compete at their meetings, and that because Pease and Re)" nolds had competed in England, they received expenses. Then the Irish representative said' give us the proof, or tell us the names of the clubs that you have suspended for offering expenses to Irish riders. No proof was offered, hence the very unsatisfactory decision in the matter. The influence of pneumatic tyres on the relative speeds of a bicycle has been shown to be very great, in fact, much greater than would be thought by those who have not investigated the matter bV actual measurements. The whole question is course one of resilience, and by experimenting with three different brands of tyres, that eminent authority, Professor Carpenter, once showed that at a pace of fourteen miles an hour the driving power Irequired by the different types of tyre5 varied as much as 18 per cent. Cyclists will thua see what an important feature resilience is in ft tyre, and when ordering should select a tyre knoWJl for this quality such as the Dunlop, which is at the top of the tree in Professor Carpenter's compu- tation. The desire for touring at holiday times a.p' parently grows stronger every year, and many of those people who used to go in for day rides, now penetrate further afield, naturally see more of the country in their extended trip. The result of this so far as hotels, waysid' inns, or even country cottages are concerned, is ver>' marked. To many hotels especially those situated on the old coach roads, cyclists have given quite s. fillip, and any way restored the fortunes of the old days. Wayside inns too which merely relied for custom upon the local inhabitants and the ordinal passers-by, have received a fillip from the touring cyclist, whilst it is most noticeable how many conn- try cottages now display to the effect that teas and refreshments are supplied. No doubt many a country working man's wife adds quite an appre" ciable increase to the weekly earnings in this Whenever possible cyclists seem naturally so t° like to take their teas at these wayside country cottages. The rush in the cycle factories is slackening down, and will shortly be over. Nearly everyoe who has thought of purchasing a, cycle for tbl season having already made up their minds one or another. The attention of the trade is now beillg turned to the matter of balance sheets. On tba whole it is generally agreed that the year has been a much more satisfactory one than its Predecessor I Bankrupts stocks have been practically cleareC out of the way, and although many very ebeal) machines have been sold, the general demand geeog to be for a cycle which is retailed at a fair The five-pound bicycle has apparently had its and this is a mutual congratulation both to ,,Ajell and the public—to the makers xvho have the est of the trade at heart, and to the public have a due regard for their own safety..
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