fRp. M. '8. Jruing at the Grand Theatre. \s Joseph Lesurques" int'* The Lyons Mail- 11,r¡.<1 _d__QIO' As "Dul: osc "*in "jThe Lyons Mai] "$3$8&i6l -==:- L- -=_- ROTHESAY-Thhs Harrington. Mr and Mrs Lloyd, Westport Misses Lloyd (2), do iMr and Mrs Johnson, Birmingham Misses Johnson, do Master Johnson and nurse, do Mr E. Johnson, do Mr Whitfield, Birmingham SKIP TON HOUSE—Mrs Owen. Mr and My", Turner, London Miss Turner, do Mr and Mrs White, do Masters H. and E. 'White, do Miss Simmonds, Plumstead Miss Crowe, do -Mr and Mrs Martin Kettering Miss Martin, do STRATHMORE—Mrs W. X. Emery. Mr and Mrs H. W. Dean, Llandudno Mrs Ward, Crewe Miss Gertie Ward, do Miss Cissis Ward, Crewe Mr and Mrs Bell, do Master James Bell, do Mr and Mrs Williams, Erdington Master Freddie Williams, do Miss Clark, London Mr and Mrs Fryer, Hands worth Miss Mabel FryeT, do Miss Fryer, do TROTSHILL—Mrs G. Woodyatt. Mr V- •T\ Birmingham :rv-'iss do Mr and Mrs Chidlaw, Warrington Master J. Chidlaw, do Miss M. 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I Mr and Mrs Collins, Haverstock Hill Miss Moss, London Mr Collins, do I Mr and Mrs Pilkington and family, Blakely j Mr and Mrs Eastwood, Manchester Miss Eastwood, do Mr and Mrs J. Irving, Ashton-under-Lyne [ Miss Seller, Hulg Miss Menday. London Mr Featherstone, do Mrs and Miss Featherstone, do Miss G. Warwick. Blakely Miss S. Jcnes, West Bromwich THE CLIFF— Rev. J. G. Williams, family and nurse, Ban- gor Mrs Rose. Walsall Miss Buckley, do Miss M. G. Baker, do Mr and Mrs Jackson, Hale Misses Jackson, do Master F. Jackson, do Mrs and Miss Warner, Swinton, Manchester Master Geddie Warner. do Miss Hogg, do THE T,T/vrS—Mr and Mrs Singleton. Mr and Mrs Derwent. Chorltcn-eum-Hardv Master Leslie Derwent, do Master Reegie Derwent, do Miss Hildit,eh, do. Mr and Mrs T. H. Bissell, Flixton, Man'ter Master Erie Bissell, do Master Sydney Bissell, do Miss DisseU, do Mr and Mrs Charles Water house, Altrincham Mr William Waterhouse,, do Miss Waterhouse, do Master Alfred Waterhouse, d. 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Bratt. 'Miss Simpson and party, Aocrington SEA VIEW-Mrs Roberts. Messrs E. and J. Parr, Swinton, Mancheter ST. IVES—Mr-s Elliott.. Mr and Mrs Hird, Idle, Yorks. Mr and Mrs Rhodes, do Miss Rhodes, do, Miss Verity, do Mr and Mrs Walbank, Bingley, Yorks. Mr and Mrs Jackson and family, Birmingham Mr and Mrs Archer and child, Nottingham Mrs and Master Beck, Leicester Miss Dalby, do MT, Mrs and Master Bolton, Bradford Mrand Mrs Thomas, Hebden Bridge Mr Thornton, Stanningley, Yorks. TORONTO HOUSE—Mrs White. Miss Lichtien, Manchester Masters C. and M. Lichtien, do Mr and Mrs Sharp, Hinckley Mr Bowen, Leeds Mr H. Mottershead, Manchester Mr and Mrs Glossop, London Mr and Mrs Jeyes, Birmingham Mips Jeyes, d'at Dr. and Mrs Anderson, Flint Mr and Master Miler, Stewarton Mrs, Miss and Master Galloway, London Miss Read,. Colchester Misses Biggs, do VAUGHAN HOUSE—Miss MicaTli. 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CRAIGSIDE TENMSS TOURNAMENT. LADIES' DOUBLES HANDICAP. First round: Mrs G. Eastman and Miss L. Eastman (30) beat Miss B. M. Johnson and Miss Morrison (30 1)—6 2, 6 1; Miss Manley Sims and Miss Reeves (2 6) a bye. Second rround: Mrs C. J. Glenny and Mrs G. C. Glenny (15 4) beat Miss K. Manning and Miss M. Manning (3 6)—9 7, 6 2; Miss G. E. Robertson and Mrs Roche(15 5) beat Miss M. Griffith and Miss Marleaee (15 5)—6 2, 7 5. GENT'S DOUBLES HANDICAP. First round: H. D. Blessley and F. E. Paine (15 3) beat. B. Roche and H. Freytag (30 2)— 8 3, 6 0; W. A. Beare and H. J. Marriage (15 2) b-eiait Dr. Lockhart Mure and P. H. Stevens (15 1)—3 6, 6 4, 9 7; W. S. Anderson and H. P. Wright (30 1) beat C. M. Finnie and W. J. Ireland (15 4)—7 5, 3 6, 9 7; Barker and Hiick (4 6) w.,o. Gentlemen's singles handicap.—Horner beat Barker—8 3, 4 6, 6 3. Semi-finals: C. J. Glenny beat Horner—3 6, 6 1, 6 0; Hailey beat G. C. Glenny—4 6, 6 3, 6 4. Final: C. J. Glenny beat Hailey-6 2, 6 4. Gentlemen's doubles li an olic ap.Onti -finals: Featherstone and Horner beat Anderson and Wright—6 3, 6 4; Gibbons and Gibbons beat Ford and Hailey-G 3, 6 2. Mixed doubles handicap.—Blessley and Miss Rebert son beat Mure and Miss Reelves-8 6, 6 2; Hailey and Miss Griffith -beat Stevens and Miss Morrison—8 3, 6 3. Marriage and Miss Eaton beat Hick and Miss Duerdon—6 2, 6 2. Semi-finals: Hailey and Miss Griffith beat Blessley and Miss Robertson-6 2, 6 3; Mar- riage and Mias Eiastmllan heat G. O. Gileiiny and Mrs Glenny—S 2, 2 6. 7 5. Ladies' open singles.—Final: Miss Reeves beat Miss Duerdon—6 0, 6 4, for the- ladies' challenge! cup. Ladles' singles handicap.—-Semi-finals Miss Griffith beat Miss I.. ELas-tm-an—6 1,6 4. Final: Miss Reeves beat Miss Griffith-6 4, 6 2. Ladies' doubles handicap.—Miss Manley Sims and Miss Reeves beat Mrs C. J. Glenny and Mrs G. C. Glenny-6 4, 6 3; the Misses Eia-stm-an beat Miss Roberts and Mrs Roche—6 1, 6 3. Gentlemen's doubles liandic,ap.-Final: Featherstonei and Homer beat Gibbons and Gibbons—8 6, 6 3. L,adies' dOlubIes handicap.—Final: Miss Reeve's and Miss Sims beat the Misses Eiast- man—6 1, 6 2.
CRICKET. LLANDUDNO v. RHUDDLAN. At Llandudno on Saturday. S-core:- LLANDUDNO. Rev. W. E..Tones b Watson 0 A. Halstead c Banks b Bevington 4 C. N. Jones b Watson 0 F. Fouldes b Watson o J. Smith c Oldfield b Beech 28 E. Jones b Watson 41 A. D. T. Marks c Watson b Williams 2 R. Sidebott-cnn c and b Beech 4 J. E. Hobson run out 2 V. Ellis not cut 2 Baldwin run out 0 Extras 2 Total 85 RHUDDLAN. R. Banks b W. E. Jones 14 A. C. Roberts c Fouldes b W. E. Jones. 6 W-atson c Baldwin b Ellis 22 A. H. Beech c Halstetad b W. E. Jones 9 E. Bevington c- Smith b Baldwin 4 J. Inglis run out 8 D. Eraser c E. Jones b W. E. Jones. 15 A. C. Williams c Baldwin b W. E. Jones. 10 A. B. C. Oldfield b W. E. Jones. 0 Ll. B. Evans not out i Extras s Total. 95 C. Mayo did not bait. LLANDUDNO v. MANCHESTER Y.M.C.A. MANCHESTER Y.M.C.A. Evans b G. Field 10 Ellison c C. N. Jones b W. E. Jones 0 A. C. Tallantire b ditto 6 Perrin c and b W. E. Jones 1 Goulden b Halstead. 11 F. G. Cooper st. H. Field b Halstead 53 Fielding c Cawley b G. Field 17 Warren c Fouldes b Ellis 0 White b Ellis 0 Francis not out 9 Davidson c Fouldes b Field 6 Total 119 LLANDUDNO. H. Field c Tallantire b Perrin 13 C. N. Jones c and b Evans 62 W. E. Jones Ibw b Evans 4 G. Field c Perrin b Warren 41 A. Halstead not out 31 V. Ellis not out 15 Extras 3 Total (4 wickets) 169 R. Sidebotham, F. Fouldes, E. P. Morris, W. B. Briggs and Cawley did not bat. # RISBORO' HOUSE v. V. S. ELLIS XI. Played on Llandudno ground on Wednesday, August 7th. This return match resulted in an exciting finish, Ris-bro' just winning by three runs. Score: — RISBRO'. C. Carver b V. Ellis 8 A. Pearson b C. Davis 3 H. C'amenter c Gillesworth b V. Ellis. 3 W. C. Baldwin b V. Ellis 7 22 E. ClaTk b V. Ellis 4 J. iSnape b Phillips' 4 R. A. Surgery b V. Ellis 2 C. Gray b Phillips 1 A. S. Hillyard b Phillips 9 Mel!am b Phillips 6 M. Perry not out 1 Extras 11 Total 74 V. S. ELLIS XI. H. Gillesworth b Pearson 0 H, Lewis b Carver 5 W. Ttevse b Carver 0 V. S. Ellis b Pearson 3 .T. Phillips b Carver 0 W. A. Rcse b Carver 24 C. Davis run out 111 B. Coupe c Lock b Baldwin 4 J. Mercer not out 11 T. L. Ellis b Pearson 0 J. N. Robson b Pearson 0 Extras 13 Total 71 Nothing is more soothing after a day in the country or on the sea than "Pearl Cream" applied to the face and hands. You can get it for Is. at Winter and Co.'s 0 Chemists.
THE ADVERTISER SAYS That the behaviour of the thousands of trip- pers on Monday was most exempiary. That the poiica -only found it necessary to take charge of one person under -the influence of drink. That this individual was a resident. That he was dealt with the following morning- at a special police court. That the lifeboat launch took place on Monday before thousands of spectators. That it was a more successful launch than on the last Oic-casic-'n. That the usual collection was made on the Promenade. That probably this part would be more success- fully carried ou if the duty was delegated to the ladies. That the Rev. R. J. Campbell will deliver an address at the Grand Theatre on Tuesday afternoon, September 10th.. 11 That admission will be by ticket. That Mr -Malcolm Scott, the "Great Sco,t" has been the leading star at the pier head pavilion this week. That the Gibson Girl as pourtrayed by Mr Scott is something quite- new -to- Llandudno audiences. That the final dance is particuarly diverting. That the story of his visit to the, Canary Islands, where the canaries do not COInel from, is humour of the very high order, and continuous laughter is heard through-out the tdme he holds the stage. That Miss Iris Bransfieid has made herself a huge favourite during her fortnight's stay, and fully deserves all the praise one hears bestowed upon her. That Mr Tom Stuart never fails to secure the heartiest recall for his impersonations. That Mr Sutcliffe is as big a favourite- this season as last, and his songs are always en- cored. That next, week "The Gay River Company" will make a very welcome return visit. That with Messrs Pip Powell and Frank Dun- lo-p, patrons of the piercrots are in for a capital evening's enjoyment. That the Scarlet Merrions -continue to attract both visitors and residents That the company has been strengthened for the holidays. That they invariably give good value for the small charge made for seats. That their latest sketch, "Matrimonial Bliss," is a screamer. That bachelors contemplating a change in their mc-de of living shooild not fail to see this sketch, That they should take theirpro,spective better halves with them. That the show of rc-ses in the Happy Valley is most beautiful. That the head gardener is to be complimented on an exhibition which is far in advance of any previous year. That it is safe to assert that a similar display -could not be found at any resort cn the coast. That the Happy Valley Minstrel entertainment on Monday attracted a record crowd. Thatentertalinments are now given in the Town Hall on wet evenings. That those already given have- proved so popu- lar that it seems a pity Mr Churchil did not engage the hall earlier. That the Llandudno- Amateurs will not be able to command the services of their goalkeeper, Jim Williams. That his loss will be severely felt. That on his day Williams was one of the- best custodians in the League. That the Llandudno Cricket Club have not been fully represented in their last two matches. That on Saturday last Rhuddlan was the team set down on the fixture card. That on turning out it was seen that there were, six representatives from Mostyn, includ- ing their professional, Watson, and five from Rhuddlan. That Llandudno- took first knock, and the Rev. W. E. Jones, A. Halstead, C. N. Jones and F. Foui-ds shared four runs between them. That Edward Jones (41) and J. -Smith (28) saved; the innings from becoming farcical. That the inningsclos,ce,d for 85. That the Rhuddian-Mo-styn batting was more' consistent, Watson leading with 22 and D. Fraser (15) being top scorers. That eventually the visitors won by ten runs. That the visiting team on Bank Holiday were the Manchester Y.M.C.A. That Llandudno did well to get rid of the visi- tors for 119 runs. That on going in to bat Llandudno were seen to great advantage. That C. N. Jones' 62 was a very good perform- ance, and well merited the applause meted out to this popular yo-ung cricketer. That G. Field's 41 was another vi-dightful display of forcible cricket, the- compiling of which was done in double quick time. That on Saturday next the redoubtable Llan- rwst team are the visitors, and it is hoped that Llandutdno will be able to put on a representative team. That on Sunday last the annual collection was taken in aid of the Lifeboat Institution. That the news of the resignation of Mr John Bellis as poor-rate collector of Llandudno,, Eglwysrhcs, Penrhyn, etc., will be received. with general regret. That he has served in this office for twenty- seven years. That he: has reached the age of 75 years. That he has won the respect and esteem of all* sections of the community by his unfailing courtesy at all times. That it is to be hoped he will live long to en- joy his leisure after a, life of zealous work. That at the Prince's Theatre that popular comedy, "The Marriage of Kitty," will bel, performed the first three nights of next week. That on Thursday, Friday and Saturday that ever interesting play, "The Walls of Jericho," will be performed. Winter and Co., Chemists-, prepare an ideal Skin Food called Pearl Cream. It is just the right thiing to make your skin soft and smooth- as velvet, price Is. After a short illness the death took place on Monday morning of Mr Thomas Griffiths, who for more than 20 years had been local manager at Carnarvon for Messrs Thomas Lewis and Co., City Steam Mills, Bangor. Mr Griffiths was known for his business capacity and his integrity, and his death will be a gro» t loss to the Welsh Wesleyan Church, of which he was a valued member. He was about 45 yeans of age and a widower, having been thrice mar- ried. Miss MOYA MANNERING. In The Catch of the Seoson at the Grand Theatre- I Printed and Published by the Proprietors, Messrs -Edge and Moy, at the "Adrvertiser" Printing Works, Market Street, Llandudno.
3, MADOC STREET—Mrs S. Roberts. Mr and Mrs South, London Master Bertie Toueii, do Misis Tayor, do Mr and Mrs Williams and family, Liverpool Mr and. Mrs Buxton. Stockport Mr and Mrs Musket and family, Liverpool Mr and Mrs Jones and family, Widn-es Misses Asquins, Stockport Mr and Mrs Brown. Northampton Miss Whittaker, Nottingham Mr Scott, Wigan 20, MADOC STREET—Miss C. Jones. Mr and Mrs Chinri, Birmingham Mrs Harrison and friend, Sheffield Mr and Mrs Smith and family, Leicester Miss Wingfield, Sheffield Mr Cowley, do Mr H. Cowley, d) Mrs Tingle, do Mr Tonkes, do 30, MADOC STREET—Mrs H. Higginbottotm. Mrs and Misses Ogden, Egremont, Cheshire Mr and Mrs Griffin and son, Birmingham Miss Wilson, Clayton-ie-Moors Miss Bui-ceck, do A. Evans, Esq,, Portiiill E. Shaw, Esq., Stoke-on-Trent Mr and Mrs Churchman, Manchester 39, MADOC STREET—Mrs Jones, Mr G. Pown-ell, London Miss Morris, do Miss Wye, do Mr Badger and fileads, do Mr Wilson, do 40, MADOC STREET—Mrs J. Parry. Mr and Mrs Bemsooni, London Miss Bernsc-on-d, do 42, MAD Of STREET—Mrs R. H. Brown. '3' Mr and Mrs Lawson, Leeds Master Fred Lawson, do Miss Gladys Lawson, do Madame Mesiner and daughter, Paris Mr and Mrs Dixon and daughter, Preston Mr and Mrs Beard, Walsall M rsKendal, Gravesend Mr and Mrs A, Hewison and family (2), do Mr and Mrs W. Hewison and family (3), do 43, MADOC STREET—Miss Hughes. MYRTLE HOLME—Mrs John Roberts. Mr and Mrs Griffiths, Sydney, Australia Mrs Wrighrt, Harrogate Mr and Mrs Riley. Nottingham Mrs Earnshaw and children, Huddersneld Misses Earnshaw, do Miss Cooke, Nottingham Mr Selby, do Miss Dabel, do Mrs M-ellor,, do Mrs Haddleton, Birmingham Mr and Mrs Hirst, Wigan NEWARK HOUSE—Mrs W. H. Williams. Mr and Mrs Rams-den, Newport, Salop Miss Rams-den, do Mr W. Hale, do Mr and Mrs Hes-ke-ch, Droylsden, Man'ter Mr and Mrs Young. Manchester Mrs and Miss Roberts, Birmingham Mrs Aince, do Mr L. J. H. Hales, Liverpool i Li Miss Boffey, Crewe a RHYD-Y-MWYN—Mrs E. T. Bellis. ROWENA HOUSE—Mrs Jones. Mr i _,i.rs Aidridge. Northampton Mr Ernest Aidridge, do Miss Edith Bailey, 'do Miss M. Poyston, London WAKEFIELD HOUSE—Mrs Roberts. WOODBINE HOUSE—Mrs Pritchard. Henry W. Saville Esq., Edmonton Mrs Saville and family, do Th'cs. Hardwick, Esq., Birmingham Mrs Hardwick, do C. Hardwick, Esq., do Mr Reginald McCombes, Dublin WORCESTER HOUSE—Miss Jones. Miss WaJton, Leamingtcn Spa Mr and Mrs Tontham, London Mr A. Tontham, do Miss L. Pyke, do Mr and Mrs Yatls, Clayton, Manchester Miss Dorothy Yates, do I "S T-,iY i W YNNSTAY—Mrs Wynne. Mrs Hanmar, South Wales Mr Taylor, London Mr and Mrs Macfarlan and family, Walsall Mr and .Mrs Gare-son and family, do Mr and Mrs Frost, Birmingham MOSTYN AVENUE. ABER HOCSElYIrs Griffiths. Mrs David Lewis, Pontardawe Miss Winnie Lewis, do Mr Brinley Lewis, do Mr R. H. Roberts, Brvnamman Mr and Mrs Lewyers and family, Wolver- hampton BEThA-S-IA-Alrs Jones. Misses Sawclon (2), M-arple Bridge Mr A. W. Thomas, do r '=' Mr and Mrs Blanshard, Prenton, Cheshire Misses Blanshard, do Mr W. Griffiths, Merthyr Tydvil BODLONDEB—Mrs Hodgetts. 3. CLARENCE BUILDINGS—Miss H. Ho'oson Mr and Mrs Vint, London Mr R. G. Rees, Sunderland Mr W. A. Shepherd, Chester Mr H. Shepherd, do Miss F. R. Bond, Debenham, Suffolk Mr and Mrs Norcliff tMr and Mrs Pearson Miss Pearson LMr E. V. Illingworth, Liversedge, Yorkshire Mr George Illingwcrth, do ngw CYNLAS—Miss L. Pritchard. Mr ). Williams, M.A. Geo. Hartley, Esq., Heather View Earley Mrs Hartley and son, do Mr and Mrs Fourls. do Miss Hinde, Manchester Miss Davis, do DEíLA "JfEREMiss Shaw. Mr and Mrs W. Fred Smallman, family and nurse. lyest Bromwich Miss Hunt. Horwich Miiss Brighton. London HABBERLEY" HOUSE—Misses Morgan and Glover. EAR LEY HOUSE—Mrs Watkins. Mr and Mrs Che-rr-ington, Tipton Miss Cherriagton, do Miss Elsie Cherrington, do Mr and Mrs Topping, Loughbcro' Mr and Mrs Rocke, Stoke-on-Treftt Mr Rocke, do 'Misses Rocke, do Master Tcppings. Loughboro' Augus Macdonaf.d, Manchester Hubert Snow, Bilston HEA < O HOUSE—Misses Doran and Tipper. Rev. and Mrs Paton (resident) Mr now, Wolverhampton Miss Jones, do Mr and Mrs Gregory and baby, Le-venshulme Ma *-r Douglas Gregory, do Mr and Mrs Horsefall aad baby, Droylsden Mr and Mrs Case and family, Manchester Mr and Mrs Ball, Warrington Miss Ball, do Mr Mold and friend, Walsall Mr Baldock, Manchester Mi s Clarke, London Mr Scott, do Mr Webber. do Mr Mottishead, Manchester HILL? BRUGH—Mrs W. D. Jones. Mr rid Mrs T. G. and Master L. Norris, Cat- ford- Kent Mr and Mrs E. H. Shannons, do M;- • "harmons, do Mi- Cooper, Birmingham Mi "• .Hirons, do Mi'- :1 • ^ns, do Mr ".1 3fT" William Weston, London Prr. Ap Madoc, Chicago, U.S.A. ISLW\ N-Mrs RobeTts. Mr md Mrs Wattes, Wednesbury Mr J. Wattes, do Mr Benton, Wolverhampton Master Jack Benton and nurse, do Miss Beyant, Stratford-an-Avon Mr Pull, do 7, MOSTYN AVENUE—Mr W. M. Roberts. Mr and Mrs E. Btucher and family, Liscard Mi s Barton, do LAUt: Hf BANK—Mrs J. Jarvis. PRIO v HOUSE—Misses Dowler and Bennett. Mr and Mrs Lawrence, Castleford. Road, Sparklii 11, Birmingham Miss Neilie Lawrence. Claremont Road, do Miss Jessie Lawrence, Castleford Road, do Mr W. A. Lawrence, do iMr E. B. Irumip-er, 32, Ravenhurst Street, Carnp Hill, Birmingham Mr CT. L T' wnsend, Be-ech Road, do Mr Geo. Doody, 1. Ca.stle.ford Road, Spark- hill. Birmingham Mr and Mrs Tiggs, Thames Ditton Mr and Mrs F. Ridgers, Rugby Mis- Gilbert, Birmingham Miss Bennett, do