IE3C. Willoughby Lance Electrical and General '2 Engineer, Hear Town Hall. largest and Best Show- room in North Wales for Fittings, Metal Work, & Glassware. Phone 56. £20 to £ 5,000 advanced BY PRIVATE LENDER ON SIMPLE PROMISSORY NOTES No Bills of Sale taken and absolute privacy guaran- teed. First letter of application receives prompt at- tention and intending borrowers are waited upon by a representative who is empowered to complete trans- action on terms mutually arranged. NO CHAE.GE BEING JUDE uNLESS BUSINESS ACTUALLY COMPLETED. Special Quotations ior Short Loans. Write in confi- denceto C. WELLS,, Corridor Chambers, Leicester nx:x?»a5. A.. -:r:&J.a.TSON" The ladies' Friend, Would like every lady to know that her EA"MOUS FEMALE PILLS excel all others. Is. ljd, 2s. 9d., and 4s. 6d. per box, post free. A useful book for married ladies. Address- 56, HILL STREET, MIDDLES- BOROUGH. Established 36 years. Mention this paper wheD writing. par LADIES -an We want an opportunity to convince you that JE £ 1L, JLWCiEi ARD' S APIOL r-<) STEEL PILLS Supersede Pennyroyal. Pil Coehii S Bitter Apple. We iil send yon sample free on receipt of two stamps for rot,ag( LESLIE MARTYN, LTD., CHEMIST^ 34, DALSTON LANE, LONDON. r:r.. '■ A-PARTME,NTS.-To, all having Apart- ments to Let-Do not lose pounds by hav- ing your Apartments empty when for Is. (or three weeks 2s.) you can have a 30 word advertisement in six London Sub- urban newspapers circulating in London Suburban districts which each year send thousands of visitors to Llandudno and other Watering Places on the Coast. Name of papers—Leyton, Leytonstone, West Ham, Wanstead, Woodford, Forest Gate, Manor Park and Ilford Express and Inde- pendent. Address, Publisher, Indepen- dent Office, Leytonstone. APARTMENTS REQUIRED.—ThoT- sands of Londoners from the S.E. district are now preparing to spend their summer holidays at Llandudno and district. If you wish to Let your Apartments adver- whose chief office is at Wellington Street, Woolwich. Sixteen words, 6d.; three weeks, Is. Specimen paper sent free on application. rHE ^BEAUTIFUL YALE OF LLAN- GOLLEN.—One of the Healthiest of Inland Resorts, with plenty of Fresh Mountain Air, and a never-ending Charm of Scenery. For Apartments, advertise Inland Resorts, with plenty of Fresh in "Llangollen Advertiser," 24 words, 9d. List of visitors during season. N LANDSOWINE jjOUSE SCHOOL AND N K INDERGARTEN, N ABBEY ROAD. LLANDUDNO. M Principal, Miss Raw. Successor to Misses Matthews and Standring Prospectuses on Application -DI .SUGAR TAX.^i IN consequence of the reduction, 1 we have restored our packets of BUTTER-SCOTCH to the size they were before the Tax was imposed, namely: 15 Tablets in the 6d. Packets. I 7 I, f« 3d. H The Confectioners are now supplied. XCALLARD&BOWSERJ OUTHALLS' TOWELS TILL FURTHER IMPROVEMENTS, The Original and Best, ira now sold in Packets containing half-dozen. Size 1 at Sixpence. ¡o in Packets one dozen, as follows :—Size i, is.; t, is. 6d. Size 3 and 4 (differing in shape), as. 1 Ladies' Outfitters, Chemists, &c.t throughout forld. al Agents: Drapers. 'ER, R.C., Victor House also at Craigydon GS & SON, Gloddaeth Street H, A. M. Alexandra Buildings, Mostyn Street, d 5, Victoria Street, Craigydon, HILL, L. E. ifc Co.. 6, Queen's Buildings, Clon- <1 Street î. BEN. 73, Mostyn Street aud Llovd Street ROBERT 25, Mostyn Street. iTS, J., Cheltenham House iTS, ROBERT, 60, Mostyn Street AMS. J. P. draper and milliner. Lloyd Street tosite Town Hall) Chemists. R, LEWIS A, G8, Mostyn Street S", H., 48 Madoc Street. N, T. ESMOR, Ltd. 96, Mostyn Street !R, F. N., 101, Mostyn Street TS, W. ARTHUR. 31. Mostyn Street R, J. & Co., 3, Mostyn Street and Mostyn aue, Craigydon. r Barker: I want to get a present to ck to my wife, 'on the farm. it Clerk: How would she like a pi .r Barker: Good land, young man! tl never been told you mustn't eat pie knife. 1 When away from Home H Quick and wholesome Cooking is assured by using: I 1 "jk nilIfHTg Refined yy cA I A JL "AA Beef Suet ■ Try ATORA' in Blocks for frying your Fish, it will be a || revelation to you how sweet and crisp the fish will he. B 'ATORA' does not soak into the article fried and does H not repeat and cause heartburn. Y ^ffl H For Puddings and Pastry use Shredded'ATORA' all ready to mix with the flour./ ^4%/jS'flfSH §1 ATORA is real Beef Suet, with all waste matter removed, sterilised and guaran- 1 H teed to be the purest and most wholesome form of edible fat. No waste, i-lb equals IvyijjlljjlijllVB M a-lb. of Raw Suet. Obtainable from all Grocers. Price Q%d. per lb. and 5d. u K^IJJ/fmmH 8jL peRnfa'Manijfaoturera—HUCQN & Co.. Ltd.. Pendleton. Manchester.
LIST OF VISITORS. I 5. LEONARD TERRACE—Mrs Roberts. I PLAS EIDAL—Mr Wm. Hughes. RYEFORD—Mrs Wm. Davies. Mr and Mrs A. G. Kordian and family, Mac- clesfield Mx and Mrs W. Briggs, Guiseley, Leeds MT and Mrs Price, Wrexham Mrs Bradock, do Mr and Mrs Rawnsley, Bradford ST. LEONARD'S—Mrs J. Davies. WILLESDEN "HOUSE-Mrs Mills. Mr and Mrs W. Miller, F'rizinghall, Bradford Miss Penny, Shrewsbury CHURCH WALKS. ANGLESEA HOUSE—Mr A. Johnson. BANGOR. HOUSE—Mrs Parry. Rev. J. Walker, Longnor, near Buxton Mrs and Miss Walker, do Miss F. Walker, do Mr J. W. Lees, Wednesbury Miss Lees, do Mrs and Miss Murphy, Chorlton-cum-Hardy BEACH HOUSE—Mrs W. Hughes. BEDFORD HOUSE-Miss Lennon. Mrs and Miss D-eaville, Ainsdale Mr and Mrs Asihby, Leicester Master Leslie Ashby, do Miss Evelyn Ashby and malid, do Mrs and Miss Blantem, Whitchurch Mr Roger Blantem, dio BELGRAVE HOUSE—Mrs Kitto. Miss Perkins, Handsworth Mrs Temple, Northampton o Dr. and Mrs Hewitt, U.S.A. BELLA VISTA—Misses Savage. Mrs Johnson, York Mrs Hall, children and maid, do Miss Hewitt, Sheffield Miss M. Hewitt, Sheffield Miss F. Hewitt, do BRYN ARFON—Mrs S. Wheeley. 6, CHURCH WALKS—Mr Dawes. CRUCI8 HOUSE—Mrs Henry Edwards. Rev. and Mrs Fuller, Fulford, Cheshire Master E. Fuller, do Mr and Mrs Dunkerley, Hyde g Misses Dunkerley, do DENBIGH HOUSE-Mrs Eley. DOVER HOUSE—Miss Williams. Mr H. S. Walker, London Mr H. R. Walker, do DUNNIEDEER—Mrs Wilson Griffiths. Mr and Mrs Scott, Brentwood Masters Scott, Mr L. Knott, do Mr and Mrs Schreck. London Master W. Schrek, do Mr and Mrs Smith and family, Redford Misses Smith, Redford EGLINGTON HOUSE—Mrs Wm. Griffiths. Mr and Mrs Street, Altrincham. EMDEN HOUSE—Miss Jones. GERSHOM—.Mrs William Golding. Mrs Howler and' baby, Wet Bromwich Miss Howie, do Mr and Mrs Sutton, Huyton GOLDINGTON iHOUSEMrs John Parry. GOMER HOUSE—Miss Butcher. Mr and Mrs Wareham, Audley, Staffs. Miss Warham, do Miss Holding, d., Mr and Mrs Ashton, Sheffield Mr and Mrs Angel. Manchester GRANBY HOUSE-Mrs Richmond. HARDWICKE HOUSE-Mrs H. Evans. HAYLEY HOUSE-Mxs Barnes. Mr Grime, Helsby Mias Lafncaster, dia Mrs Dutton and family, dio Mr and Miss Harries, Huddersfield Mrs and Miss Wilby, Pantefraet MALVERN HOUSE-Mrs Felton. Mrs Hirst and family, Cheltenham Master Dick Vernon and maid, Oswestry Mr and Mrs Betteney, Southpoit The Misses Betteney, do Mr and Mrs Bardsley, do HDUSE-Mrs B. Jones. MOUNT ARTHUR—Mrs E. C. Taylor. Mr Timperley, Sparkbrook Miss Harding, Handsworth Miss and Master Eveson, Edghaston, B'ham REDCL YFFE-Mrs Shepherd. Mr and Mrs Brown, Clapham Common Miss BTOWII, do, SHAFTESBURY HOUSE-Mrs Roberts. SHREWSBURY HOUSE—Misses Roberts. Mr and Miss Brassey, Malpas Mr and Mrs Butter, Shifnal Miss Butter, do Mrs and Miss Thomas, Sefton Park, Liverpool Mr and Mrs Lowe, do SOHO HOUSE—Miss Owen. Mr W. H Paull, Aberdovey Mrs Paull and daughters, do Mrs Bojrd Mackery. Runcorn Miss Joymson, Leeds Mrs Gilbert, Runoorn Miss Dayson, Liverpool THE STOWE—Mrs Woolliscroft. Mr and Mrs R. G. Howson, family and maid, Stoke Mrs C. A. Davies, resident Master Leslie Davies, do Miss Kemp, West Derby Mrs Paste, Wimbledon Misses Poste, db CLONMEL STREET. BAY'S HILL-Miss Rose. Mr and Mrs Bradley, Alderley Edge Misses Bradley, do Mrs Schofield, Stockport Mr and Miss Smith, Shaw Heath, Stockport Mr and Mrs Willshel, Ashby de la Zouch Miss Willshel, do Mrs and Miss Dolby SEFTON HOUSE—Mrs Poppleto-n. Miss Gledhill, resident Mrs and Miss Nichols, Banbury Mrs Oollett, do Mrs H. Deeley and family, Farthinghoe Miss Prichard, do Mr and Mrs Dossett, Banbury UXRRLGE HOUSE—Mrs W. Roberts. Mr and Mrs Gardner, Sparkhill Miss Gardner, do Mr J. Gardner, do Mr E. Gardner, do Mr Danks, Quinton Mr and Mrs Bones, family and maid, Crump- sail Miss Bones, do Mr and Mrs Lewis, Oxford Mr and Mrs Jesson, family and nurse, Ashby de-la-Zouch Rev. Mr and Mrs Vinrent, Bromsgrove Mr and Miss Kelly, Dublin DEGANWY STREET. ANCHORAGE—Mrs James Cheetham. BELVOIR-M-rs H. Pritchard. BRYN OGWEN-Mrs Crabtree. BURNGRFAVE VILLA—Mrs J. T. Hill. Mr and Mrs Seddon and baby, Swinton, Manchester Miss Seddon, do Miss H. Se<I/don, do Mrs Norbury. Manchester COM.RERMERE—Mrs W. Jones. CARTREF MELDS-Edith H. Jefferies. CONWAY HOUSE—Mrs Tho.s Jones. CYPRUS HOLTSE-MTS Williams. Rev. W. Quibell, The Vicarage, Hednesford Mrs Quibell and family, do Miss Wileman, do Mr and Mrs Morpett, Holbeck, Leeds Miss Taylor MT and Mrs Eldon and family. Manchester Miss Fitzsimon and friend, BTay, Ireland DEEPDALE—Mrs B. Matthews. Mr and Mrs Gilbert, Handsworth, B'ham Master B. Gilbtrt, do Miss Ryland, Wolverhampton Mrs Rothery, Dewsbury Mr Lew, do Mr and Mrs Swan,. Birmingham Mr and Mrs Simmons, do Mr and Mrs Keeley and child, Erdington Mr and Mrs Billington, Ladywood, Bir'ham Mrs Howie and family, Norton, Stourbridge Mr and Mrs B. Smith, Handsworth, Bir'ham Mrs H. Matthews, Edgbaston FISKERTON—Mrs T. L. Evans. Miss Nicoll, Manchester Mr Kershaw, do GLYNLLIFON—Mrs H. Thomas. GWYNFRYN—Mrs Ellis. LLYS MEIRION—Mrs Griffiths. Mrs and Miss Starkey and baby, Bir'ham Mr Horley, London Misses Butcher, Blaenau Festiniog Misses Davies, do Mr and Mrs Owen, do MYNYDD SIRIOL—Mrs Mary Jones. OAK ALYN-Mrs Hughes. OAKHAYES—Mrs T. R. Jones. PENARTH—Mrs T. R. Harrison. PLAS CETHIN—Mrs Rowlands. Mr and Mrs Wheeler and family, Moseley, Birmingham. Mrs :and Miss Leigh, Aldriek, Manchester Mr and Mrs Scrivens, Newcastle-on-Tyne RINGWOOD HOUSE—Mrs Albert Hill. ROSE LEA—Mrs Ward. SALFORD HOUSE—Mrs Walker. Mr and Mrs Wilkinson, Ashton-under-Lyne Miss Wilkinson, do Mr and Mrs Davies, do Mr and Mrs Thorpe, Hyde Mrs Platt, do Mrs Johnson, Birmingham Mrs Harry Johnson, do Mr and Mr Postle, Ashton-under-Lyne Miss Hewitt and friend, Eccles. SEABRIGHT-ss Walker. Mr and Mrs Bunn, Chelmsford Mr Harold Bunn, do Mr and Mrs Ellis, Chorlton-cum-Hardy Miss Ellis, do Mr E,. Neve, Wolveirhampton Miss Roddis, London SNOWDON VILLA—Mrs S. A. Jones. Mr and Mrs Hanson, Manningham, Bradford Miss Hanson, do Rev. J. Pryce, Bontnewydd, Carnarvon Miss Pryce, do Mr and Mrs H. J. Willway, Clifton, Bristol Master Willway, do. SUNNY BANK—Mrs Rowlands. Mr and Mrs Bell, Handsworth Mr Guntown, Llanishen, S.W. Mr Griffith, do Mr Tylecote, resident THE EILMS-AM R. Lewis. THORN LEA—Mrs John Jones. WHERNSIDE—Miss Davies. GLODDAETH STREET. ESSENDENE—Mrs C. Bradley. Mr Parry, Jones, Newtown Mr Hall, Huddersfield Mr and Mrs Sykes, Hull Miss Thorpe, York Mr Seymour, do FLOCKTON VILLA-Mis Marshall. Mr and Mrs Clemisher Smith, Wakefield Mr and Mrs Arledter, Helsby Mr and Mrs Simpson, Helsby Miss Whitney, do Nurse Frank land, do Misses Leng (2), Stookton-on-Tees Mr Leng, do RIVIERA-Mrs Owen. ROCK VIEW—The Misses Owen -SIMILA-M,T,s Bryn Davies. Miss Stubbs, GIossop Miss Wood, do Mr .and Mrs Lees, Manchester Mr and Mrs Jackson and family, Man'ter Mr and Mrs Shepherd, Darwen Rev. and Mrs Cuthbert, Thiornbury WEiSTERNGATE-Mrs H. W. Francis. Mr and Mrs Forbes and maid, York Master R. Forbes and nurse, do Rev. H. J. Snelling, Farnham Mr Martin, do HI'LL TERRACE. AEL-Y-BRYN—Miss Burrow Nurse Huntress and friend, Southport Mr and Mrs Byron Dolphin, Lewes Mr and Mr Grant, Ilford EVERSLEY-Airs Newbury. Rev. John and Mrs Ellis, Batley HAFOD-Y-MOR—Misses Jackson. HAWTHORNE VILLA—Mrs E. Thomas. PLAS T'IRION-Miss Williams. P ARAPWYS-Mr and Mrs J .C. W&lley. Mr and Mrs Vickery, Wandsworth Common Miss Vickeffy, do Mr and Mrs Taylor, Cotham, Bristol Mr Taylor, junr., do Miss Taylor, do Mr and Mrs Judson, Burnley Mr and Mrs Norman, do Mrs Ball, Derby •. Mr Frank Ball, do Mr Fred Ball, do Mr and Mrs Lingard and family, Levens- Hulme TY AILDRO-Mis Arthur Hughes. MOR FEN, Hill Terrace—Miss Griffiths. Mrs A. J. Gray, Sheffield Mr A. T. Gray, do Miss Nora Gray, do Miss Sissie Gray, do Madame Basdein, Maisons-Laffitte, France LLEWELYN STREET. ARUNDEL-Mrs Elson Miss A. K. Davies, resident Mr and Mrs Cox, Camber well Misses Cox and governess, do Mr and Mrs Parker and family, Sale. Ches. HOLLY GROVE—Mrs Hughes. L. D. Ardill, Withington, Manchester Miss Ardill, do Miss G. Axdill, do Misses Warham, Derby c Mr and Mrs J. E.. Clay, Leeds KINGSTON HOUSE—Mrs Pemberton Mr and Mrs B. Pitt, Stroud Miss Pitt, do Mrs Gardiner, do I Misses Guest, Wolverhampton LLEWELYN HOUSE—Misses Jones. RODE HOUSE—Mrs John Jones. ¡ ROSENDALE-Mrs Jones. Mr and Mrs Wilson, Ashton-under-Lyne MT Charles Wilson, do Miss France, do Mr and Mrs Bowden, Marple Misses Bowden, do Mr and Mrs Craven, York Mr and Mrs Morris, Wolverhampton Miss Suddaby, Leeds
A FAMOUS PHYSICIAN PRESCRIBES A SIMPLE REMEDY FOR INCREASING STRENGTH AND FLESH. An eminent physician, who is well-known as a specialist and author, writes:—"No treat- ment for Phthisis, or weak lungs, would be complete without Dr. Gasselll's Tablets. I ha Vi81 subjected these Tablets to the severest teats and the results were of the most satis- factory kind. They increase strength and develop flesb by their power to aid assimila- tion. I attribute several important cures main- ly to the timely use of these Tablets—they have been added to my list of successful medicines." For nerve troubles, stomach and kidney dis- orders, thinness and weakness of the body, wrecked constitution, decline, and similar j ailments, 10^d. • laid out in a box of this sue- 2 cessful remedy will prove an effective cure*. ) Any chemist can supply Dr. Cassell's Tablets.
Oakwood Park, HoteK Conway. Ths most Daintily equipped in the Principality. Beautifully situated on the Old Ooach road half-way, fcttween Oonway and the head of the Syohnaiu Pass. Elevated and oracing position. Mountain sit, oft, fciMie from < points of the compass 130tel owns 18-hole Golf Links. one minute from door Tennis, bawling green and billiards Electric ughtthroughom Aitreaco afternoon Teas on OakwooJ Fork Lawns. Hotel 'Bus meets Trains, Telegrams; Oakwood, Conway TeieDhone, 2S. Mrs C. A. Bailey, Manageress. "r — '———————————————————————— XMMM_46 ST. GEORGE'S Pirst-Class, m p ssma n 3?ositio».. U a ll i P9 9 "fcl-a-e SSSesb. | | | Ll ioB* HOI AT CJOLCL ,REAS=A.'DR.THT..«G ELECTRIC LiGHT. PASSENGER IAFT TO ALL FLOORS. Spacious NEW HALL, LOUNGES, BILLIARD & SMOKE ROOMS HOTEL VISITORS HAVE FREE USE OF GREAT ORME GOLF LINKS. NO CHARGE FOR MOTOR GARAGE. REDUCED TERMS DURING EARLY AND LATE SEASONS. Table d' Hote Luncheon & Dinner Served at Separate Tables (Open to Non-residents,) THOMAS P. DAVIES, Residenc Proprietor. Telephone Nos. Proprietor No. 7; Visitors No. 300. ORMESCLIFFE Es1.øa b1i.sh.It1t1.o:a.b, 3E»3R,03aa:333Sir Facing Sea. Recently Enlarged Accommodation for 120 Visitors. Large Recreation Room for Whist Drives, Music, Dancing, &c. Billiards, Dark Room. Good Cuisine. Telephone 23y5 MODERATE TERMS Mr. & Mrs. A SMITH and Miss BERREY. tO CARADOC BOARDING ESTABLISHMENT. SEA VIEW. CLOSE TO PROMENADE. X»1.03r«3L SB-fc:K7>€>e-fc, MRS STROWGER, Proprietress liv V% Yr T% "LLANDUDNO ADVERTISER." This Coiipon-Insurance-Iicket must not be detached. Oyi AAWill be paid by The Ocean Accident and Guarantee Corporation 4-1 III I Limited, Principal Office, Nos. 36 to 44, Mcorgate St.,London oU X w V E.C., to the legal personal representative ofthe bond-fide holder of this Coupon- Insurance-Ticket if such holder shall be killed by an accident within the United Kingdom to any Railway Company's passenger-train in which such holder is travelling as an ordinary ticket-bearing passenger, season-ticket-holder or trader s ticket- holder. Providing that tne above undertaking is subject to the following special condition which are of the essence of the contract, viz., (a) That death shall result within thirty days after the accident, (b) that such holders usual signature shall have been written in ink, in the space provided underneath, before the accident, (c) that notice of the accident be given to the Corporation at its Principal Office in London within fourteen days after its occur- rence, (d) that medical certificates and other imformation be furnished by the person claiming upon request for the same by the Corporation, and (e) tnat this Insurance applies 0nly to persons over twelve and under seventy years of age, is limited to one Coupon-Insur- ance-Ticket for each holder, and holds good for the current week of issue only. This Insurance entitles the holder to the-benent of, and is subject to, the conditions- the "OCEAN ACCIDENT AND GUARANTEE COMPANY, LIMITED, ACT, 1890" Risks Nos. 2 & 3,, when they are not compatible vith the special conditions above slated. The possession ot this Coupon-Insurance-Ticket is admitted to be a payment of a premium under Sec. 33 of the Act. A Print of the Act can be seen at the Principal Office, of the Corporation. Wet of issue ,.from, SEPT 26 Signature. [I pard If A ^6,500.000, MB 2,000,000. H liead Office. M ￼ ￼ ￼ ￼ ￼ ￼ GENEPAL MANAGER 10 ri DO ti. E.C. • If FIRE. BURGLARY V || PERSONAL ACCIDENT & || LIABILITY. I FIDELITY GUARANTic.ES. Local Agent, Mr A. G. PUGH, Llewelyn Chambers.
SUNNY SIDE-Mrs Hartley. Miss Storey, Birkenhead Miss Slee, Birkenhead Mr and Mrs Rowles, Crumpsall, Manchester Mr and Mrs Sharpies, Manchester Mr and Mrs Elliott, Newton Heath Mrs and Miss Lee, Eccleis Mr Lee, do Mr G. Lee, do WAVERLEY HOUSE—H. Bloomer. Mr and Mrs T'ownshend, Sutton Ooldfield Mr and Miiss Williams, London Mr and Mrs Smith and baby, Newton Heath Mr and Mr Timmis, Srtoke-on-Trent WELBECK HOUSE—Mrs Thomas. Rev. and Mrs Parrett, St. Anne's Rectory, Denton Mr and Mrs Smith, London Mr and Mrs Drinkwater, Buxton LLOYD STREET. ALBANY VIEW—Mrs Higginbottom BEWSEY HOUSE-Miss iiughes. BODNODMrs Grey Evans. Mr and Miss Bennett, Manchester Mr and Mrs Allday, Birmingham BROOKLANDS-Mtrs Thomas. BRYN ABER-Mrs R. Owen. CARISBROOKE—Mrs M. W. Jones. Mr and Mrs Brook and family, Salford Mr R. G. Navin, Liverpool Mr and Mrs Stewart Macnieol, do CHIN OTRIE—Miss Osborne. OHRISTLETON HOUSE—Mrs Tom Roberts. OOPEIL,EY -Ms Taylor. Mr and Mrs Hill, Warrington Mr Green and family, do., Mr and Mrs Morris, Lytham Mr and Mrs Lomax, do FAIRFIELD—Miss Petty. Miss Banks, London Miss Jolbnstone, Oxford The Misses Spencer, Longsight FRON DIRION-F. M. Garratt. Mr and Mrs Gidden and party, Langley Green Mr, Mrs and Miss Taylor, Chotrlton-cum- Hardy Miss Piggot, Chorlton-cum-Hardy Mr and Mrs Gaunt, Leeds Miss Lees, Sparkhill GLEN ISA-Mrs Brookes. Mrs, Taylor and daughter, Wolverhampton Mr and Mrs Davies, nurse and children, 'SJhfipley Mrs andMisis Lewis, Mold GUILDFORD—Miss Pierce. HAZLEWOOD HOUSE-Mrs Ives. Mr and Mrs Brooke, Hbrbury Mr F. W. White, London LLOYD HOUSE-Mrs Thomas. MAENAN HOUSE—Mrs M. Evans. MILFORD HOUSE—Misses Jones. NORTON—Mrs Williams. NORWOOD H0USE;—Mrs Hughes. Mrs Warcl Bought and family, Liverpool Mr anid Mrs Glover, Stafford Misses Adlams, Coventry Miss Howell, Wolverhampton PENNANT HOUSE—Mrs Daniel Edwards. Dr. W. B. and Mrs Yates, Oldham Misses Yates (3), do Masters Yates, do Mrs Bulpin, Leatherihead Mrs Poynter, do Mr and Mrs Fellowes, family and maid( Smethiwick Mfi- Knowles, Willenhall Messrs Dickinson, Chester PRESTON HOUSE-Mrs Heaton. SILVERDALE-Mrs Clayton. SPRINGFIELD—Mrs R. E. Williams. Mr and Mrs Bass, Southport Master A. Bass, do Mr Drinkwater, London Mr and Mrs Ellison, Newton-le-Willows THE RYLANDS-Mrs Storey. TREFRIW HOUSE-Miss Rowlands. TRYPHENA—Mrs H. Williams. Mr and Mrs Burtles, Stockport Misses Burtles, do Mr and Mrs Harwood, Manchester Miss Annie Harwood, do Mr and Mrs Xandine, do Miiss Olive Jardiine, do Mr Smith, T'amworth Mr and Mrs Hunt, Hale MADOC STREET. ALAFON HOUUSE—Mrs J. Jones. ALBERT HOUSE—Mrs R. Jones. Mr and Mrs Wright, London Miss Wright, do Mrs P lev in, Manohestetr Mr and Mrs Will P levin, do Messrs Harry and Edwin Plevin, Salfoxd Mr J. Bown, dio Mr H. Foxton, do Miss Clarkson, do Mr and Mrs Glenn, Sheffield Misses Glenn, do Mr J. Glen, do Miss Dawe, Sheffield Mr and Mrs Platt, do Miss Whalley, St. Helens Mr. Cheltham, America ALLENDALE—Mrs S. W. Roberts. ASHOVER HOUSE—Mrs James Brook-as. BARNSLEY HOUSE-Mrs Hughes. BRYN CRYNO—Mrs Bennet. Mr and Mrs Gibson and family, Wolver- hampton Mrs Dasvy, do Mr .and Mrs Woodhall and, son, Sheffield Mr Shireliffe, Huddersfield Mrs and Miss Sihircliffe, do Mr Herbert Mitchell, do BRYN IDRIS-Miss Williams. CRAFNANT HOUSE—Edward Williams. DEVON HOUSE-Miss Price. Mr and Mrs Sandforth, Holmefirth (Yotrks). Master Robert Sandforth, do Miss Jones, Wolverhampton Mirand Mrs Ciowburrn, Otley, Yorks. Master Oowburn, do Miss Cowbrn, do DULAS HOUSE-Mrs J. Roberts. ELDER DALE—Mrs R. T. Owens. EMLYN HOUSE—Misses Fickling and Verity FAIR VIEW HOUSE—Mrs T. Brooks. FERN, SIDE-Mrs Jones. GARFIELD HOUSE—Mrs David Owen. GLEN DOWER-Mrs C. Williams. IVANHOE—Mrs Hughes. Mr Wood, London Mr Davis, do Mr Bachelor, do Mr and Mrs Eves, Redoar Mr and Mrs Gill, London Misses Lee, Sheffield Miss Humphreys, Stuorbridge IVY HOUSE-MTs Lloyd Mir and Mrs Battison, London Miss Battison, do Mr and) Mrs Sutton, Lichfield Master F. Sutton, do LLYS IVO-R-M-rs Roberts LINCOLN HOUSE!—Mrs Brodic Jones. Mr and Mrs Yeates, Hesal Grove, Stockport Miss Nellie Yeates, do Mr G. Yeates, do Mr and Mrs. C'ardwell, Manchester Mr and Mrs Grimshaw and family, do Mr and Mrs Wittinghan, do Mr and Mrs Emmet, Manchester 8, MADOC STREET—Mrs Goosey. 10, MADOC STRET—Mrs Roberts. 15, MADOC STREET—Mrs W. Jones. 19, MADOC STREIET-Mrs Hughes. 20, MADOC STIREE,T-Miss C. Jones. 24, MADOC STREET-Mrs B. Jones. 30, MADOC STREET-Mrs H. Higginbottotm. Mr and Mrs Settle, Gorton Mr and Mrs Thorpe and family, Gorton Misses Turner, Hyde 39, MADOC STREET—Mrs Jones. 40, MADOC STREET-Mrs J. Parry. 42. MAn"" STREET—Mrs R. H. Brown. Mrs and Miss Cbx, Wirksworth Miss E. Sheavyn, Repton (Burton-on-Trent Mr and Mrs Whitney, Bourneville 43, MADOC STREET—Miss Hughes. 44, MADOC STREET-MTs H. Jonea. MYRTLE HOLME—Mrs John Roberts. Mr and Mrs Perfect, London Mr and Mrs Dandridge, London Mr and Mrs Marvin, Derby Master Coates, Manchester Mrs Edwards, New Zealand NEWARK HOUSE—Mrs W. H. Williams. Mrs and Miss Shires, Chester MAELGWYN ROAD. ABERGLASLYN—Mrs R. T. Owen. BODWARREN—Mrs Jones. Mrs Lightoller, Great Crosby, near Liverpool BRYN GOLEU—Mrs Davies. Mr Hienry Walker, Weaste Mrs and Miss Walker, do Mr Wm. Clarkson, Salford Mrs Clarkson, do DERWEN LE-Mrs J. B. Jones. KENMORE VILLA-Mrs J. Allen Jones. LYNDALE—Mrs Jas. Smith. ORLINGBURY-Mrs, E. W. Roberts,