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Tel. No. 13. Telegrams: 3 C, !„ • "PWLLYCROCHAN," Colwyn Bay I "HIS First-Class Family Hotel is most o|| X 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 ll 11 ^y Station. A most desirable winter resi- dence, nicely sheltered, also heated throughout. Electric Light. Separate Tables. POST HORSES & CARRIAGES. MHlHilJ1 ^^jS9HEraH|^nHH| LAWN TENNIS. GOLF. BILLIARDS, &c. SEA BATHING. PWLLYCROCHAN HOTEL, Colwyn Bay. (THE LATE RESIDENCE OF LADY ERSKINE.) 4 COLWYN BAY HOTEL, N. WALES. LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY (HOLYHEAD LINE). Telegrams: Colwyn Bay Hotel. Colwyn Bay Nat. Telephone No. 9. Excellent service of Express Trains from Manchester, Liverpool, Midland Counties, and the South. W Delightfully situated on the berder of the » Bav. within a few minutes' walk of the j;, • Colwyn Ba, Railway Station. COFFEE RJOM, DRAWING ROOM, LOUNGE BILLIARi ROOM on the Ground Floor, overlooking the Ta ELECTRIC LIGHT The private grounds and terraces form an attractivf promenade for visitors. Hotel Porter in Scarlet Uniform meets all trains. STABLES COACH HouSE. MOTOR WITH P 1 This Hotel has been officially appointed by the Automobil. Club of Great Britain and Irf-land. During the Season, COACHES start from the 1 Hotel to .-4ettw. v-Coed. I-landuduo, Conway Castle <oVH and other place" of interest in the district. COLWYN BAY AS A WINTER RESORT ■HBHHHBHHHIII^BHHHIHHHBHHBHH9B8S9BHskHBHS^SuiK Is strongly recommended by eminent Medical Men for the mildness and dryness of its climate. A REDUCED WINTER TARIFF. 44 MISS THORPE, Manageress. IB TELEGRAMS: METROPOLB, COLWYN BAY." M M ^N.88. PERFECT SANITATION. SP ACIOUS PUBLIC ROOMS. DRAWING, WRITING SMOKE ROOMS. LOUNGE. RECREATION ROOM. BILLIARD ROOM ( Tables, n DINING ROOMS (Separate Tables) EXCELLENT CUISINE. BALLS, AHJ) RECEPTIONS CATERED FOR. Electric Light and Bells throughout. STOCKROOMS. MOTOR GARAGE NEAR Hotel Porters meet trains. Manageress-MISS GRISDALE. 43 CONWAY. OAKWOOD PARK HOTEL. The most daintily equipped in the Principality. 18-Hole Goll Links, laid out by Alex. Herd. Play every day. Beautifully sit uated on the Old „ Coach Road, half way between nant Pass. Elevated and l,r;1cing position. and Sea breeze from three of the com- pass. Tennis, Bowling Green Billiards Electric Light throughout. Alfresco Afternoon Park Lawns, Hotel 'Bus meets Trains. Telegrams: • Oakwood, Conway Telephone No. 25. 17 Mrs. BAILEY, Manageress. ] .t-_cc è .fJ õ .9 œ Vv ,J:: U 11:1 V Jj (1j o 0. iJ) ¡. ¡.P ;¡ >. "¡ v v 0 Z r-< 'r" ;? en 0 ..s "2.9 g (1j ¡j U <n ::> >. '-<' Cf¡"c¡j 5, EQ¡'" E-< I-. '$ Z ;> c; Q 'Ö \Ö 6 j) o o N c, m cl 0 :z:. 8 iJ) S J.RAO PRANCIS,^M MM^COLFYIL BAY! (SUCCESSOR TO EDWIN JONES.) 19 A I el PPT PENRhyn ROAD, ■ U. iL-LLt: I COLWYN BAY. TELEPHONE 163. I Pianofortes Organs Violins Strings. ROOMS FOR LESSONS AND PRACTISING. SPECIALITY: HIGH-CLASS TUNING AND REPAIRING. Tuner to the Pier Pavilions, Colwyn Bay and Llandudno. SOLE AGENT FOR THE "ELECTRELLE" PIANO PLAYER. Special Notice- Large Stock of Music Rolls for Piano Players. Library System. I LATEST DESIGNS OF GRAMOPHONES, RECORDS. SE.ND FOR CATALOGUE. MUSIC CASES. BOUND BOOKS OF MUSIC. SCORES OF ALL LATEST OPERAS. Agent for Pianos by Chappell, Collard. Hopkinson, George Rogers, Bechstein, Bliithner, Gors & Kallmann, Knauss, Steck. W. F. BOOTH & Co., M0FNEUHX07SE HOUSE. PHOTOGRAPHERS, ABERGELE ROAD. PICTURE FRAMERS. COLWYN BAY. 47 JUST TO REMIND YOU THAT JOHN A. WOOD Still gives the public the greatest possible value for their money, and by closely acting up to this principle he has made his name a Household Word for his Fair Dealing throughout the District. ———— When buying food he always considers the best to be the cheapest. ARRIVAL OF NEW FRUITS. Although prices this year are very high, you cannot do better elsewhere. THE SATISFACTION NELSON HOUSE, GROCER, LLANDUDNO JUNCTION.

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