Exouasioirs, &c., FROM LLAIFDUBM [ Ail rights reserved. ] BY SEA AND RIVER. In the season from the Pierhead to Beanmaris Bangor, Menai Bridge, Carnarvon, Holyhead, Isle of Man, Rhyl, Southport, Blackpool, Liverpool. (Enquire at the Pier Gates). From Deganwv, up the beautiful river Conway to Trefriw, per steamer. COACHES AND BRAKES. To Little Orme's Head, returning past GlodJaeth Hall, through Llanrhos village and back, (t; miles). The renowned Marine Drive round the Great Orme's Head (5h miles). To Conway (4 miles) Trefriw and Bettws-y-Coed, for the Fairy Glea and Swallow Falls (19 miles). To Conway, along the Old Coach Road, and through the rugged Sycbnant Pass and Dwygyfvlchi village to Penmaenmawr (11 miles) returning along the sea coast. The grand Loop Tour to Bettws-y-Coed, thence passing the famou-s Miners' Bridge and Swallow Falls to Capel Curig, through the wild pass of Naat Francon, skirting the immense Penrhyn Slate Quarries to the model village of Llandegai, returning along the se:. coast (50 miles in all). Past the Craigside Hydro, and Little Orme to Coiwyn Bay (t; miles), returning through the Vale of Mochdre, Llandudno Junction, and Llanrhos village. OX FOOT. To St. Tuano's Church, top of Great Orme's Head (li miles.) To the Lighthouse on Marine Drive ('2 miles). To the summit of Little Orme's Head (2 miles) past Little Orme to Llandrillo Church (5 miles), to Coiwyn Bay (fj miles). Along the Conway road, through Gloddaeth Woods to Gloddaeth Hall, thence across the fields to Bodys- gallen Hall (seat of Hon. LI. Mostyn), through the homestead, returning through Llanrhos village (7 miles in all) or continue from B-idysgallenHall to Marie Hall, to Llandudno Junction thence through Deganwy, pist the Deganwy Castle Hotel, across the gorse covered fields through Maesdu Farm to Llandudno, emerging near the Cottage HoMT-tal (9 miles in all) BY COACH OR TRAIN. CONWAY—Visit the ancient and Plas Mawr (Queen Elizabeth's Palace). TALYCAFX—Cross the Ferry, walk over the • mountain to Llanfairfechan or Aber. LLANRWST and TREFRIW1 (reached by coach from Llanrwst). Trefriw is a beautifully situated village, with charming mountain scenery. Visit the chalybeate wells, a short distance beyond the Belle Vue Hotel. Visit Llanrhychwyn old church, believed to be. the oldest in Wales, also Jakes Crafnant and Geirionydd, Gwydr Castle and Woods. BETTWS-Y-COED—Renowned for the Fairy Glen, ? wallow Falls, and charming woodland scenery. PONTYPANT andDOLWYDDELEX, in the beauti- ful valley of the Liedr.—Fine mountain walks. FESTINIOG.—Large Slate Quarries here. Take the famous Narrow Guage or Toy Railway from here down the Vale of Maentwrog to Portmadoc. PENMAENMAWR and LLANFAIRFECHAN.— Seaside resorts, with- tine mountains close at lnnd, also Dwygyfylchi Fairy Glen ABER.—Grand mountaineering centre. Visit Aber Fa lis. Charming spot for picnics. BANGOR—Cathedral town, beautifully situated on Menai Straits. MENAI BRIDGE—Walk across the stupendous Chain Bridge over the Straits dividing Carnarvonshire from Anglesea. CARNARVON—County town. Grand old Castle. LLANBERIS—The ascent of Snowdon should be made by the Snowdon MountainTramroad which starts from Llanberis and runs to the very summit. N.B.— Descend from the summit on southern slope to Snow- don Station, and take train back to Carnarvon per North Wales Narrow Guage Railway. HOLYHEAD.—Embark here for reland. AMLWCH.—Quiet seaside resort. Splendid sea- board and beautiful bay. COLWYN BAY and RHYL—Seaside resorts. C H.EST Ell—Very ancient walled city, well worth a day's visit. MOUNTAIN WALKS. Ramble over the Great Orme's Head (67o feet). From CONWAY, over Conway mountain down through the Sychnant Pass via Fairy Glen to Penmaen- mawr hours). Past Saw Mills, through Gyffin village, over Talyfan Mountain (2000 feet), thence to Peumaeumawr, Llanfairfechan or Aber. Along the old Sychnant Pass road, leaving it at Mr. Stot.t:s • Crow Nest,' over the hill. pa-t the ancient. Druids' circle, thence ascend Penmaenma.vr Iountain and through Sett Quarries to Llanfairfechan. (Ladies should avoid the Quarries). From PENMAENMAWR—Ascend Penmaenmawr Mountain feet), return or descend the other side to Llanfairfechan. From TALYCAFS-Cross the Ferry through the viiiige of Iloewen, over the hill, keeping south of Talyfan Mountain, through Bwlch-y-Ddeufaen Pass (HHU feet) to Llanfairfectiau, or continue walk and descend to Aber. Cross the Ferry, turn sharp to the left. pass Caerhun Church. Llanbedr village (enquire here for Llyn Dulyn). thence up the valley, a very hilly walk to Llyn Dulyn, one of the most romantically situated lakes in Wales, and from wnenCe the splenaid water is supplied by a pipe line to Llandudno. FROM LL.VXFAIRKKCHAX — .Ascend Foel Fras (3.000 ft..) descend southern jide to Llyn Dulyn (the source of Llandudno's water supply), proceed east along mountain path to the village or Llanbedr, thence to Talycatn. Train home. N.B—Any of these walks may be reversed. Thev can all be traversed during the course of a summer's afternoon aud evening, except the two hst, £'Ji' winch a whole day should be taken. For list of Leading Hotels, see another Page For all .nforrrnt'.o.i re Coachej. enquire at Mr. C. A. afÜy" Cuach Odice. Queen's Hotsl Gardens, or Captain Wiison, Coach Oitice, Marine Hotel.
THE REIGN OF PROGRESS. IS 9 7. SPRING AND SUMMER. SPECIAL NOTICE! MORTONS TIHZIE GREAT BOOT PROVIDERS, Have now every DEPARTMENT fully stocked with All kinds of Boots, Shoes, and Slippers, To Fit Everybody and Suit Every Class. Immense Assortment of Tennis Shoes, Tan Shoes, White Canvas and Buckskin Shoes, Cycling Shoes, and every description of Glaze and Kid Boots, at the most REASONABLE PRICES. Agents for the Celebrated Swiss Make of Boots and Shoes. Agents for the Famous "J" Make of Boots. Agents for Dr. Jaeger's Health Boots. Agents for the Moted "GripweH" Cycling Shoes. All kinds of Boots Made to Measure. REPAIRING A SPECIALITY. (Anybody's and Everybody's Boots Repaired.) Morton's Customers have the Pick of the World's Markets. 78, MOSTYPD STREET, LLAXD U DXO. N BETTWS-Y-COED. WATERLOO HOTEL L B. MACULLOCH. CAMBRIAN CELEBRATED MM MINERAL WATERS, RIJTSM. 1,11 KAHTTFACTURED BY THE RUTHIN SODA WATER COMPANY, LIMITED. 0 UNSOLICITED TESTIMONIAL. By Dr. C. B. FRANCIS, late Principal of the Medical College in Calentta-an entire Granger to the Company. See The Indian Maaatine, September, 1888, On the beat mode of preserving hedth in India, page 487 Among the BEST SODA WATER SOX.D is that supplied by the Ruthin Soia Water Company— the Water being obtained from an Artesian Spring in the Vale ef Clwyd. Worth Wales. Ask for the CAMBRIAN WATERS." SODA WATER. LTTHIA WATER. LEMONADE. GINGER BEER. SELTZER WATER. AERATED WATER. GIXGER ALE. DO. BREWED. POTASS WATER. QUININE TONIC. ZOLAKONE. LIME JUICE, &C. "Cambrian" J-Iop Bitters—OWN BREWING BY NEW PROCESS. Goods forwarded free to all Railway Stations in Great Britain. Price List, Testimonials, and Report of Analysis, post free on application. Address—Manager, Cambrian Works, Ruthin, North Wales. 1RUPIJ!I'IDt'il&rASl8.i- ——MMai—■———B——8— WEST END BOARDING- ESTABLISHMENT AND WINTER RESIDENCE, J Near General Post Office, LLAMBUDMO. THOS. JEPHCOTT, Proprietor 1I'YIIo.n. .I"t.'l.r..& i.Mia"¡:0l""6"¡:'«'a-a t. :J3EDDG-ELEB.T ROYAL GOAT HOTEL. rpHIS First-c1assOld-stablish- ed Family House, ac- knowlcdged to be one of the ll108t cOHtfortable hotels in tl Kin^do b^eauti^ wtuated (?us!lyn, Gader,^and Cwyiiant, QuGllyn, Gader, and CWYflant, nd 7 miles of tile Clasly'1 River free of charge. I nncheons ready on arrival of all Coaches. MODKRATK CIIARCKS MRS. KWIGHT, Proprietress. -=- Wales. THE GEORGE HOTEL THE most charmingly situated Hotel in North Wales, standing in its own extensive Ground's on the most JL pleasant part of the Banks of the Menai Straits, commanding a splendid view of the Island of Anglesey, rdso ef the famous Suspension and Tubular Bridges, and within easy distance by carriage, coach, boat or rail ef all the places interesting and attractive to visitors. The combined air of mountain and sea renders the locality a most health restoring resort, and the sheltered situation of the Hotel makes it a desirable Winter Residence. Liverpool steamers land passengers immediately opposite the Hotel. Omnibus meets trains at Bangor Station. POSTING AND Goon STABLIXG. Lr" TENNIS. BOATING AND FIW*I!,C}* -=:3 BULKELEY ARMS HOTEL, MENAI BRIDCE, ANGLESEY. MRS. S. TIMOTHY flate ^r*. Humphreys), respectfully informs Families, Tourists and other" honouring the above Hotel with their support and patronage, and they will find every eomfort and a"*o- tion, accompanied with very moderate charges. J! ALltS, WINES AND SPIRITS of the choicest quality. Horses and Carriages to Hire. Good Stab"— Bus leaves Beaumaris 7-oo ajn. and 2-80 pjn. to meet train at Bangor for Chester. Leave* Bangor fat Beaumaris at 12 noon \nd 4 p.m. vw- Cftn<K°r 101 —sag BARMOUTH. o RIEL TON HALL (Close to Station) Exceptionally Hi-rh-class Boaidin<^ Establishment recently opened for the reception of visitors commanding views of the Mawddaal, Estuary an i 0 !r<IIg".Ul B iy. Hot nad Cold Baths. Sanitary arrangements perfect. holf, FIslnng, Boating, Bathing. SXG-QXSST :E:BFJEl8.ElNC:æ::S. Apply SECRETARY. DAVID ROBERTS, OAR PROPRIETOR. Landaus, Waggonettes, Brakes and Dogcarts for HIRE. Luggage and Furniture Remover. Hay and Straw Merchant Address— I STATION VIEW COTTAGE, LLANDUDNO. I
ROYAL HOTEL, CAPEL CTJRIG, FIRST-CLASS FAMILY AND POSTING HOUSE Best Views in Wales. Cood Fishing on all the Lakes, Free of Charge to Visitors staying at the Hotel. BOATS MAY BE USED FltrE OF CHARGE. Boats kept on the Capel Curig and Oij/cen Tlte Hotel being nearest to the Ogwen 0-UI33ES A.BJ3D POZffXES To Snowdon, Glydars, Moel Siabod. and Carnedd Llewelyn also Conveyances to Llanberis, Beddgelert, Bangor and Carnarvon All Orders bt/ Post for Private Conveyance* from the Royal Hotel, Capel Ctirig. to Bettws-y-Coed Station, are punctual! attended to. HARRY ROBERTS, Proprietor. mOUR Xo. 8. —By Rail to Bettws y-Coed, thence by Coach to JL Cape! Curig, ROYAL HOTEL, from the 11-2 a.m., 3-5 p.m. m ami 6 p.m., allowing time to see the Swallow and Cyffing Water Falls, returning the same day. BARMOUTH. HOTEL, THIS old established Family and Commercial Hotel is most pleasantly situated, overlooking the Estuary of the Mavvddach, and commands extensive views of the far-famed Cader Range. Excellent Battyqg a'1d Boating. Nearest Hotel to the Coif Lilks. Head Quarters of the Cycliqg Touring Club. Every comfort combined with IVJoderate Charges. Hotel Porter meets all Trains. Tariff on application to A. T. DurFIELD. THE SNOWDON SUMMIT HOTEL (CO., LTD.) The Highest Ho eel in the Kingdom, 3570 feet above the Sea. Situated on the Topmost Peak of the Monarch of Welsh Mountains, and commanding the Grandest Views in every direction. THE BOTEL, which has been recently REBUILT, is now NEWLY FURNISHED throughout, and under entirely New Management. TIlE COKFJIK-IJOOM WILL SEAT^KKOM 60 TO SO PEOI'LK. COMFORTABLE BEDS. Suppers, Breakfasts, Luncheons. Tea and Coffee also Beer, Stout, Spirits and Cigars, SUPPER, BED AND BREAKFAST. 10s. Visitors who desire to see one of the Grandest Sights in the World, should ascend Snowdon in the coolness of the Evening and stay the Night to witness the Sunrie over the Snowdonian Range. P:n.. t-ympa,n. t c>te1, DOLWYDDELAN, N. WALES. Miss JACKSON, Proprietress (late Gresham Hotel, Dublin). Daily Excursion Tickets are now Issued. y;<J PHIMACHNO AND BETTWS-Y-COED. TOUR N'o. 11. FROM JUNE 4th till the second Saturday in October, Brakes will leave the Railway Station Bettws-y-Coed, at intervals from 9 a.m. till 6 p.m. on this Tour, for the pretty village of PENMACHNO, calling at the Fairy Glen, Conway Glen, Conway Falls, Pandy Mill, Old Roman Bridge, and through the Machno Valley, returning to meet the trains for all parts. The Machno River is free for Trout Fishing. Luncheon is ready on the arrival of Coaches at the Machno Hotel. Fare for the Trip, TWO SHILLINGS each. Tickets may be had at all the Railway Stations. Passengers holding railway tickets can break their journey at Penmachno and return within 3 days. W. HAYDN DAVIES, Proprictor.11 loft Belie Vue Hotel, Trefriw. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. For particulars apply to the Manageress. 1 ■■■
LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY. NH-The Greatest, care is taken in compiling this Table, but the Publishers will not be (ta!/ eA that may appear. TIME TABLE FOR OCTOBER, AND UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. Xtlaxxdixdjio to Ida.sxdixd.33.0 j ixnctioa. ain.t ,a.m. ja.m.i [a.m.l fn.rn., a.rn.l p. m. LI,ANDT-»XO dep <s 2:>| « w tt iuj |» -j<i .j lmoj '11 t.j Il s<> DEGANWY .« 8ij k Hi; !h 2(i| iitit; n cl 'i ;:i; Llaxduuno Ji'vc .« 8 8 8 20i !«» :;i.; -'i n Ht:' -in! ll.lli.i p.HI P-'I'I (Mil I l>.Ill li'.lll; p.m. p.m. Lr.AxnnnrTo dep 2 .->0; 3 2D. 4 ki| <; 2»,i 7 .it i.V 9 ;.o-lo20 DKGANWT 2 ;')6j ;t 2i» 4 -itij ii 2- ,7 40: 'it 2li .<> .oilo-io LLANDI-QXO Ji ve 3 0 :jp 4 -V)! <; ;;•» 7 hi 'io o'loiio I«land.Ti3niiao Juxxctlon to L1a.:I:1d. "I1d.xa.o. Depart H-l" *•»«»•' IpTou ipTtn.T ir^T LLANDUDNO .< I.-VC ;!i 4o, ;.s 4ol it 4")| II 0 ;li::o i ];; 12 3 ->5i DEUAXWY If, 44. > 41! it 4:tj 11 4! lint ,T 59! |3 i« 3 LLANDUDNO J; fio: |.s 50" <1 ^njft 1140 j2 oj I.H 22| U 5I Depart ,m ;>.m. ;>.in p.m. p.m. LLAXDCDNO .Ji'xc ."> lo 0 42 s ]u 9 10 DKUAXWV It 0 4ii s 14! <t a1.) ;o 0 LLAXDCX:XO j 20 0 r.2 •< 2ir ,<i 4;, mi;, E —Saturdays excepted. Xals.2xtiLixc3.zxo axxci. ± £ loc,oxx £ ),u. i'eg fciaiog1. T1 a-m- H-m- a.m. p.n. p.m. p.m. p.m. Llandndtif) depart.) H ID n D 2 2D 2D 0 2D 7 40 Llandudno Junction .depart! 4 2."> s .T> n 411 •> 4 y Glan Conxv-tv s ill 44 2 M 4 4 «i •» 8 14 ralycufn jirni |«j-|\vrsb:ica 4 s 47 !11 r>2 2 -17 4 1*2 7 7 & 04 Llanrwst and Trt-friw 4 55 8 5'.t 12 4 2 58 4 24 '7188 41 Bettvrs-y-Ooed 5 25 8 f, 3 7 4 •>- v Pont-v-pant 5 40 H 24 'I2 ■_>!) 3 24 4 50 i| Vi» Dohvyddelen 5 50 !t 28 T2 3:i 3 •>* 4 54 0 i- Roman Bridge 5 57 9 3") ji* 40 3 34 5 1 Blaenau Festiniog arrive' 0 10 » 47 f 12 52 3 46 5 13 9'33 Blaeixau Festixilos' M3mcX I.la,xxdLti.ta.Eio. a.ni. a.m. noon p.m. nm n m Blaenau Festiniog depart; 0 45 0 55 '12 15 •_> !•:» ,Va<> Roman Bridge (i 57 jio 7 jj-j j>7 2 22 (; 4.) Dolwyddaleu 7 2 ;10 12 42 32 2 "J7 i; 47 Pont-y-pant 7 8 'i« j,s Il2 3s 2 33 « 53 Bettws-y-Coed 7 20 ,10 3D |12 5o 2 45 7']- x'V; Llanrwft and Tretriw 7 -S'2 [10 42 1 2 2 57 7 17 g 'J'.> Talycafn and Eghvy-sbach 7 45 jlD 51 1 jj> 3 u 7 •»> ?7 '7 Talycafn and Eghvy-sbach 7 45 jlD 51 1 jj> 3 u 7 •»> ?7 Glan ConwaT 7 51 ;ll 4 ] 2it 3 1!) 7 >) Llandudno Junction arrive 7 5!) ;i| )0 1 31 3 -4 7 4;, q Llandudno arrive 8 50 jll 40 2 5 1 "5 ,s 20 [) 45 Llandudno arrive 8 50 j jll 40 | 2 5 21) [) 45 F Saturdays only I