apml& THE CRAIG-Y-DON BOARDING ESTABLISHMENT (TEMPERANCE). LLANDUDNO. On Sea Front. Accommodation for 160 Visitors. Terms Moderate. Open all the Year Round. Apply—!Misses Middletozi As Wood Penrhyn — Arms Hotel. PEMPVNSIDE, *)' :NEAR LLANDUDNO. This old established house K- ) is now under new manage- *• ment. TEAS, LUNCHEONS. [ Bootled Beer a'1d Stout. v J ^;[ fe;. r?- WINES AND SPIRITS S' \i /li~$% l\i 1v of the finest qualit" -V P jjijj* APARTMENTS. '• p u\»\ +"1 T. P. ROBERTS, Proprietor. ———————— — "ELSI ORE," r%f" PRIVATE HOTEL and BOARDING RESIDENCE, 8 M St. George's Crescent, ■ ^tcing&a^ LLANDUDN O. ) Mrs. BAXTER, Under the Management of the Proprietors > Terms Moderate. j 1 he MlSSeS ELl^IS. J. W. WILLIAMS, Baker, Grocer, and Provision Dealer, MOSTYN STREET, Next door to the Newsroom and Library, LLANDUDNO, HOME-MADE BREAD FRESH DAILY- .¡ I THERE iS NO RISK IN TAKING f w Beeeham's Pills. Their long- and successful service in the welfare of the Public proves Q them to be a medicine of quite unusual exceHence. What they have done for thousands Q Y of others you may reasonably expect they will do for you. y BEECHAMS PILLS S 5 do their work In Nature's way. They act specifically but gently on the faulty organs, ft v They are an unequalled preparation for all cases of Indigestion, Biliousness, Constipation, v Q Disordered Liver and Kidneys, and Impurities of the Blood, You need not have the M Y slightest hesitation in adopting a course of these pills. The valuable vegetable extracts A i\ from which they are skilfully compounded ensure the most beneficial results. If you i\ U are troubled with "nerves", if a little exertion tires you, if you do not enjoy your food, V Q if you have pain after eating, if you are afflicted with sleeplessness, or indeed experience ft r any of the countless symptoms of dyspepsia, commence to take Beecham's Pills at once, J. | THEY ARE SURE TO DO YOU GOOD. j t\ Sold everywhere in boxes, price illi (56 pills) & 2/9 (168 pills). i\ ..)'J'õI'' IN-D, COOPE & CO. LTD. BREWERS, &cM r BURTON-ON-TRRNT & ROMFORD. -0- Wholesale and Family Wine and Spirit Merchants. DEPOTS— i, MOSTYN STREET, LLANDUDNO. STATION ROAD, COLWYN BAY. BRIDGE STREET, CARNARVON. GWALIA STORES, LLANFAIRFECHAN. OLD TOWN HALL STORES, RHYL. HEAD OFFICES (North Wales Agmc-y) No. i, MOSTYN S1REET, LLANDUDNO. I Ioe! loe I Ioe I CRAIG'Y'DON PURE ICE FACTORY. ■ ■ o ■■ Finest "CBYSTAL Ice supplied in quantities of cwt and upwards. Prices oo Implication. AM orders promptly and efficiently executed. Telephone No. 73. C. DAWSON, District Manager.
HOTELS. j CENTRAL HOTEL—Mr F. Hart. IMPERIAL HOTELr- LONDON HOTEL- MARINE HOTEL- MOON'S HOTEL— OAKWOOD PARK HOTEL, Conway. QUEEN'S HOTEL-Quellvn Roberts and Co. THE BRYN PRIVATE HOTEL, Craigydon- BOARDING HOUSES. (Alphabetically arranged). ABBEYDALE—Mr and Mrs Margetts. ASHBY MANOR- BALDWIN-L. S. Underwood. BODNANT-Mrs Rowlands. BRECON—The Misses Bevan CARADOC-Miss Strowger. CHATSWORTH HOUSE-Misses Williams. CLOVELLY-Mrs Maurice Roberts. CRAIG MOR-W. and M. J. Mansell. CRICKLEIGH—Mr Thomas Lucking. IDLSTNOREMrs Baxter and Misses Ellis. DRUMMOND VILLA—Mr and Mrs Hunt. EVANS' HOTEL— FERNDALE—Mrs Pearson. OT, ANViVTOR—Miss Moxon. HOLIiY BANK—Mrs Samuel Roberts. JESMOND—Miss Angas. KTNMEL-Mrs Hewitson and Miss Bate. LYNDHURST— MOSELEY-Miss Wynne. ONE ASIT-V-rs Charles Richardson. OR.M'EIRC'T,T'F"FE-'Mr and Mlrs Allen Smith RLAS LLWYD—The Misses Brown. ROBERTS' TEMPERANCE HOTEL, Clonmel Street- SEAETET.D—Mr and Mrs Knight. SFAFORTH—Misses Gordon. ST. KILE A—Misses Ppet. STRATHMORE-Mrs W. R. Emery. STUDLEY HOUSE—Mrs Riddell. THE OR AIGYDON—Misses Middleton and Wood. THE LYE TP—Mr and Mrs Archer. THE POPLARS. Carmen Sylva Road—The Misses Harrison. THE TOWERS—The Misses Ainsworth. WAVE CREST—Mrs Waldesrave Allenbv. WEST END—Mrs A. F. Hulls. Manageress. WHITE HOUSE—Mrs Wm. Thomas. NORTH PARADE. BE;LMONT'-Misse,s Stenson. BERKELEY HOUSE—Mrs E. Roberts. BRIXTON HOUSE—Mrs T. Parry. CLAREMONT HOUSE—Miss Pritchard ERSKINE HOTTSE-Mis Jones. WAVELOCK ITOTTSE-MTS Williams. HYFRYDLE-Tbe Misses Davey. LATIMER HOUSE—Mrs H. Edwards. OLIVES—Mrs Thomas. ORME'S VILTJA-Mrs A. J. Davies. PARADE HOUSE—Mrs Lawrence. PENOWERN—Mrs Shaw. ST. HELIERS—Miss Corbin. THE MANOR—Mrs John Jones. TUDNO YTT,T,a—Mrs Gflorere Edwards. TYGWYN NEWYDD-Misses James. WELLINGTON HOUSE- SOUTH PARADE. ALMORA—Mliss Alleock. APSLEY HOUSE—MTS Parry. HERSCHEL HOUSE—Miss Hughes. 2. SOUTH PARADE—MTS J. Evans. 3. SOUTH PARADE—Miss Tarrant. 4, SOUTH PARADE—Mrs P. Owen. 5, SOUTH PARADE—Mrs Davies. 6, SOUTH PARADE-M-rs Wm. Jones. GLANYMOR TERRACE. BRINKBURN-Mrq "Raker. 2. GLANYMOR. TERRACE— 3. GLANYMOR TERRACE—J. T. Shaw. S. GLANYMOR—MTS Jones. TEGWEL—Mrs Jones. ST. GEORGE'S CRESCENT. SOMERSET HOUSE—Miss Jones. 4. ST. GEO'Rf:-R'S CRESCENT—Mrs Griffiths. No. 5, GEORGE'S CRESCENT—Mrs R. Huehes. 6. ST. GEORGE'S CRESCENT—Mr B. Williams 10, ST. GEORGE'S CRESCENT—Mrs James Griffiths 12. ST. GEORGE'S CRESCENT—Mrs Henry A. Kinsr. GLODOAETH CRESCENT. ALMORA HOTTWR—MI'SSPC Fnxand Jesson. 3. GLODDAETTT r-R-pap-RATT— A. ar nnn a tt-ttt rr>wrvKrT'yfTS( J. Davie.s. 7. GT,ODDA ETTT OT?ESCE"NTT— 9. GT/OT>"nAETH CRESCENT—Mrs Smith and James- in. CTOTvn a "ftxt r-p-RSPTiiisrT—MTS Lin tern. H. 'f:- LOD D A'P"'f"Tf if JAHP?. 14." GLODD AETTT ORESCENT—M. E. Hughes. PT-POAT TTOTTC-R^MTO W. Lunt. WEIYE TTTTEST-— MOSTVN CRESCENT. CTJAEE'N'DON'—MI'SSPS POTry and Tayloir. TT!4"\Xr A PTVCV—TVTr<s P'on<\nll. HEADLANDS—Mrs Davies. LAVOT^v TTnTTst?—AT-rq Williams S. atost^AT p-o-pQc-p-NTT'—i\/ri-q p. n Rvies. R. MOSTVN CE"WSPENT—Miss Hobson. 7 irri5TW Lee. QTJOEN TrnTTS-R—Mrs TTn?hPS. OF.Vi,t,LF- CRESCENT. LYNSDALE—Mrs H. S. Powell. R. T»mvTT,T,T? rrR"P"aCT3rNTT—Misp Tones. 7. "\t~rvttt "P he"PsPEW—AT« Berry. NRTF<V TTTTJITV TT Hardv. VENTNOR—Mrs T-Tt, o-hes PENRHYN CRESCENT. EAST LYNNE—Mrs W. S. Pennev. 1. PENRHYN CRESCENT—Mrs Pierce Jones. EAST PARADE. 1 BAST P A "RA nR-Mrs G. Evans. 3, EAST PARADE—Mrs Williams. 8. EAST PAEADE—Mrs Evans. 11. EAST PARADE—Mrs Backhouse. EDGBASTONIA—Misses Phipps. YORK VILLA—J. Norrie. CRASGYOON PARADE. 3, CRAIGYDON PARADE—Miss Parker. 7. CRAIGYDON PARAD-E-MTs Roberts. T T 9. CRATGVDON PARADE—Miss L. Jones. 14. CRAIGYDON PARADE—Mrs Owen Hughes ELKTNGTON TTOUSE—Mrs Leighton. KE'STTN—Mrs W. King. SAND FIELDS— AUGUSTA STREET. ABERGAVENNY TTOUSE—Mrs Williams. ADELAIDE T-TIOTTQF-Misq Moss. 10. AUGUSTA STREET—MTS E.. Hampson. BASFORD ROURK-Mr Davies. GTJA DYQ TTOTTS"P—Mrs Maeilton. GLENHURS'T—Mrs John Jones. GREEN BANK-AT-r- T. T. Roberts. OROSVENOE TTOTTSE—MTS D. Roberts. MOTTATT NTTV^A-Mrc Ro"hpT+ 'Evans. NEWPORT HOTTfiE—Mrs Morris. PTTA"RONr TTOTTQTil—Misses Borker. p-PVPIPV TTOTTC"R—M"^s T Husrbes. H.\ W''f''H0'R1\T-l\f'i'! F Rmwn. TTTP P4VW—Mrq. O-eo. Griffiths. RTJSSET,T, "prnTT«T^ Afrs O Thompo CAROLI,NE' STREET. ALEXANDRA VTTLA-Mrs Williams ? RAEDON" VTLT-AS—Misses Roberts. 1, CHARNWOOD VTLLAS—Mrs Wm. Metcalfe. 2. CHARNWOOD VTLLA-Mrs H. S. Betts. rosv TTOOIZ-ATrq Broom e FFRAID VTLLA-Mrs J. Jones. FRON DEG—Mro M. Prvs^ Williams. FJT,ODT") 4 "PTTT VTLLA-Mrs Dymond. GORDON VTLLA— GLYN GARTH—Mrs T. W. Griffith. f*TXT\T,Th—TVTisapq Jo-n^Q HEATHER DALE1—Mrs David Roberts. WORD LEY—Mrs W O. Cnreion. TTT"NTGST, A "\TD TTODSE—Mrs J. W. Haslock. T,E A HUE ST—Miss Dean. JJ-VS A^TT-TTTI? >Trs Arthur rrnyPT. MAET,G"«vv\r 'TTT,T,A-Mrs D. Davies. MON A VTEW—Mrs Jones. n MrT,A"NPr>s—Mr« S. Enberts OVTOW VTTT.A—MRC T n- TTNLPRIM. PENMAEAT VTT,T, A -Ml"C: J. Marlow. T>T,JC-V.f!TVV MTO "R il pv- T>nprir T->r\TAT-p Mro T\T on. Q:T A 1\TD "P1 PT<NT 1\h <\ E. Tin vis. rp-o-ciTTTT-v-vTn"- "R Aokerman. VOPVAT M^o Morrison, WAPPPAT vtpw—Missp" Swann. WEST A Pl'lrlpq CHAPEL STREET. AROSVA—Mrs E. Thomas. BEECHWOOD—Mrs F. J. Jones. CALEiDFRYN—Mrs Lot Williams. BUNYAN VILIA—Mrs J. Roberts. CLTETON VTLLA—Mrs J. Thomas. CLYNNOG HOUSE—Mrs O. Parry. CROYDON VTLTiA-Mrs R. Jones. EASTINGTON HOUSE—Mrs E. Davies. FERN BANK-M-rs J. R. Jones. GL,ASC,OE,D-Al-rs Osborne. GLODDAETH HOUSE—Mrs E. Roberts. HAWARDEIN-Mis,ses Powell. IVOR HOUSE—Mrs H. Jones. LONGLEY HOUSE—Miss M. Jones. OVERTON—Mrs Jones. ROSEWOOD—Mr James Hughes. VALE OF CLWYD—Miss Patrick Thomas WALSALL HOUSE-Mrs Forbes. 1, WINDSOR TERRACE—Mrs Jones. 3, WINDSOR TERRACE—Mrs Dobinson. 4. WINDSOR TERRACE—Mrs Thomas. CHARLTON STREET. BOD TREVOR-Mrs Davies. 4. OHARLTON STREET—Miss Thomas. GLENROY—Mrs 0. Thomas. 1, LEONARD TERRACE—Mrs Griffith. 2, LEONARD TERRACE:—Mrs A. Evans. LLYS MADOC—Mrs 0. Jones. RAVENSCOURT—Mrs Twilton. 5. LEONARD TERRACE—Mrs Roberts. PLAS EIDAL-Mr Wm. Hughes. RYEFORD—Mrs Wm. Davies WILLESDEN HOUSE—Mrs Mills. ST. LEONARD'S—Mrs J. Davies. CHURCH WALKS. ANGLESEA HOUSE—Mr A. Johnson. BANGOR HOUSE—Mrs Parry. BEACH HOUSE-Mrs W. Hughes. BEDFORD HOUSE—Miss Lennon. BELGRAVE HOUSE—Mrs Kitto. BELLA VISTA—Misses Savage. BRYN ARFON-Mrs S. Wheeley. 6. CHURCH W ALKS-Mr Dawes. CRUCIS HOUSE—Mrs Henry Edwards. DENBIGH HOUSE—Mrs Eley. DOVER HOUSE—Miss Williams. DUNNTEDEER—Mrs Wilson Griffiths. EGLINGTON HOUSE—Mrs Wm. Griffiths. EMDEN HOUSE—Miss Jones. GERSHOM—Mrs William Golding. GOLDINGTON IIIOTTSE-MTS John Parry. GOMER HOUSE—Miss Butcher. GRANRY HOUSE—MTS Richmond. HARDWTCKE HOUSE—Mrs H. Evans. HAYLEY HOUSE—Mrs Barnes. MALVERN HOUSE—Mrs Felton. IToTTS"R—Mrs B. Jones. MOUNT ARTHUR—Mrs E. C. Taylor. R.EDCT/YFFE—MTS S"h pnherrl. SHAFTESBURY HOUSE—Mrs Roberts. SHREWSBURY HOUSE—Misses Roberts. ROFfO ttotiq-R—Miss Owen. THE S TO WE—Mrs Woollis croft. CLONMEL STREET. BAY'S HILL—Miss Rose. SEF'T'ON HOUSE—Mrs Poppleton. UXBRIDGE HOUSE—Mrs W. Roberts. DEGANWY STREET. ANCHORAGE—Mrs James Cheetham. I BELVOIR—Mrs H. Pritchard. BRYN OGWEN-Mrs Crabtree. BURNGRFAVE VILLA—Mrs J. T. Hill. COMBRRMERE-Mrs W. Jones. CARTREF MEILUS-Edith H. Jeffedes. CONWAY HOUSE—Mrs Tho.s Jones.. CYPRUS HOUSE—Mrs Williams. DEiEPDALEMrs B. Matthews. FISKERTON—Mrs T. L. Evans. GLYNLLTFON—MTS H. Thomas. GWYNFRYN—Mrs Ellis. LLYS MEIRION—Mrs Griffiths. MYNYDD SIRTOL—Mrs Mary Jones. OAK -ALYN—Mrs Hughes. OAKHA YES-Mrs T. R. Jones. PENARTH—Mrs T. R. Harrison. PLAS OE'TH'IN-Mrrls Rowlands. RTNGWOOD HOUSE—Mrs Albert Hill. ROSE LEA—Mrs Ward. SALFOED HOUSE-Mors Walker. SEARRTGHT——ss Walker. S NO WD ON VTLLA—Mrs S. A. Jones. SUNNY BANK—Mrs Rowlands. THE ELMS—^vrrs R. Lewis. THORN LEA—Mrs John Jones. WHERNSTDE—Miss Davies. GLODDAETH STREET. E,SS'E'NHENF,Mrs O. Bradley. -,NT)1 NF FLOCKTON VILLA-Misses MarshalL RIVTER A-Mrs Owen. ROCK VIEW Tbe Misses Owen SIMLA—MTS Bryn Daviee. WES T ERNGATE—Mrs H. W. Franeis. HILL TERRACE. AEL-Y-BRYN—Miss Burrow EVF,RST,F,Y-ATrs Newbury. Rev. John and Mrs E'llis, Batley HAFOD-Y-MOR—Misses .Taokson. HAWTHORNE VTLLA-MTS E. Thomas. PLAS TTETON—Miss Williams. PARADWYS—Mr and Mrs .T .C. Walley. TY ATLDRO—Mrs Arthur Hughes. MOR FEN, Hill Terrace-Miss Griffiths. LLEWELYN STREET. A,P,UNDEL-M-rs Elson HOLLY GROVE-Mrs Hughes. KINGSTON HOUSE-Mrs Pemberton LLEWELYN HOUSE—Misses Jones. RODE HOTTSE—MTS John Jones. ROSENDALE—Mrs Jnnes. SUNNY STDE-M-rs Hartlev. WAVERLEY HOUHE-H. Bloomer. WELBECK HOUSE-Airs Thomas. LLOYD STREET. ALBANY VIEW—Mrs Higginbottom BEWSEY Hug-hes. BODNOD-Mrs Grey Evans. BROOKLANDS-Mrs Thomas. BRYN ABER-MTs R. Owen. CARISRROOKR-Mrs M. W. Jones. CHINOTRIE-Miss Osborne. CHRISTLETON HOUSE—Mrs Tom Roberts. GOPELEY-Mrs Taylor. FAIRFIELD—Miss Petty. FRON DIRION—F. M. Garratt. GLEN ISA—Mrs Brookes. GUTLDFORD-Miss Pierce. IT A Z LEWO OD HOUSE—Mrs Ives. LLOYD HOUSE—Mrs Thomas. MAENAN HOUSEMrs M. Evans. MTLFORD TTOUqF-Misses Jones. NORTON—Mrs Williams. NORWOOD HOUSE—MTS Hughes. PENNANT' HOUSEMrs Daniel Edwards. PRESTON HOUSE-Mrs Heaton. • SILVERDALE'—Mrs Clayton. SPRTNOETELD—Mrs R. E. Williams. THE RYLANDS—Mrs Storey. TREFRTW HOUSE—Miss Rowlands. TRYPHENA-Mrs H. Williams. MADOC STREET. ALA WW PTOTTTTSE—Mrs J. Jones. ALBERT HOUSE—Mrs R. Jones. ALLENDALE-Mrs S. W. Roberts. A STTOVEP HOUSE—Mrs James Broolfas. BARNSLEY HOUSE-Mrs Hughes. BRYN CRYNO—Mrs Bennet. BRYN TT)-RTS-Vig- Williams. CRAFNANT TTOTTSE—Edward Williams. DEVON HOTTRE-Miss Price. DTTLAS HOUSE—Mrs J. Roberts. ELDER DALE—Mr« R. T. Owens. EMLYN ttO'TTSE—Misses Ficklinar and Verity FAIR VTEW ITOTTSE-Al-rs T. Brooks. FERN SIDE—Mrs Jones. GA "RH'TRT,n HOUSE—Mrs David Owen. CLEAT r>OWER—Mrs C. Williams. IV ANHOE-Mrs Huehes. nrv TTOTTaF—T*T-r« TTovrl LLYS TVOR-Mrs Roberts LINCOLN HOUSE—Mrs Brodic Jones. ROWENA WOUSE—Mrs Tones. WAF^TT.-ri ttottqi^—Afrp Enberts. WOar>RT\'E WOESE—Mrs Pritchard. wo-p^iraTPP ttottcif—Miss Jones. W VAT ATS A Y—Mrs Wvnne. S IT a cr-nT?TTT Mrs Gonsev. 10. MADOC STRET—Mrs Roberts. 1 r, IT 4 OTTirVT n/rTf! w. Tnnes. 10 MAT>OP CTPPT'T—Mrs Wnghps. 90 If A Q -P -I-'V Ir'- 'NTiFzq P. Tones. 24. ATADOC STREET—MTS B. Jones. 70. MA "nop c tt> T7TT—M rs TT. Wisreinbothotm. q, MATiOP STPFPT—ATrs Jones. Aft TATIOP C'mnVT1''T' T "P^rrv, 19 ir P TT Rrown. II" -r\ C''T'17'P''T'- "of; TTn rrllPS. 44 AT A POP ct'TPET Mrs TT Tones MVPTT.E TTATME—Mrs John ErTiprts. MT"VAT>TT TroTTSTT at-C W. TT WilHams. MAELGWYN ROAD. ABEEGT,AST,V-N'_MTS R. T. Owen. "RODW AR.REN-Mrs Jones. BRYN GOLEU—Mrs Davies. DERWEN LE—Mrs J. B. Jones. KENMORE VTLLA-Mrs J. Allen Jones. T,VT,TT)AT,V,-N,T,g las. Smith. ORLINGRURY—Mrs E. W. Rnberts. MOSTYN AVENUE. ] ABER, HOTTRE-Mrs Griffiths. BODLONDEB—Mrs Hodgetts. 3 CLARENCE RUTTJnTNGR-Miss H. Hobson. CYNLAS—Miss L. Pritchard. DELAAtE,REI-Miss Shaw. DENMARK HOUSE—Mrs W. H. Gilbbe. EIS BERGHOLT—Mrs W. Cowles, Fellgett. HARLEY HOUSE—Mrs Hughes. HEALD HOUSE—Misses Doran and Tipper. HOLME LEA—Mrs Fryer Webb. ISLWYN—Mrs Roberts. LAUREL BANK-Mrs J. Jarvis. LILIAN GROVES—Mrs Allman. LLYS ARTHUR-Mr W. A. Evans. PRION HOUSE—Misses DowleT and Bennctt. ST. WINIFRED'S—Mrs Blanchette. THE CLOISTERS, Clarence Strftt-MTs Davies NORTH MADOC STREET. ASH GROVE—Mrs John Roberts. BODHYFRYD—Mrs Parry. DOL HYFiRYD-Mrs W. C. Roberts. GOLEUFRYN— HAZLEDENE—Misses Leslie. SEIRIOL VILLA—Mrs J. F. Moss. ST. MORITZ—Mrs Barber. THE A VENUEMrs Edwards. THE CLIFF- THE HAVEN-Nurse Jephcott THE PALMS-MR and Mrs Singleton. ST. MARY'S ROAD. BEECH GROVE, St.Mary's Road—Mrs J. IL Evans. BRiONOOED-Mirs R. T. Jones. BRYN HYFRYD-Mre G. C. Roberts, BRYNLLWYD-Mrs Jones. CREEFORD—Mrs J. W. Higham. CAMELOT—Mrs J. Owen. GWYNLYS, St. Mary's Road—Mrs Thomas. HAZ LEH U RST—Mrs Hazlehurst. IVY DENE-MTs A. Thorn. PLAS MAELOR—Mrs E. Williams. VERONICA—Miss Williams. TRINITY SQUARE. EIVION VILLA—Mrs J. Davies. HILL VIEW VILLA—Mrs R. Williams. OAKHURST-Misses Harrison. TRINITY VILLA— TRINITY STREET. AINSDALE-Mrs Smith. ASHBY HOUSE—Mrs Inman Jones. AVOCA—Mrs Harris. AVONDALE—Mrs Apperley. BIRKDALE—Misses Lawton. BRONWEN HOUSE—Miss Helstrip. CHESTERFIELD HOUSE- DINORWIC VILLA—Mrs R. Hughes. DOVEDALE—Mrs W. Davis. ISLWYN—Mrs Boole. LINCOLN VILLA-Mrs E. Roberts. PARK VILLA—Mrs Evans. RIVERT A—Mrs A. Davies. SILHOUETTE—Mrs Luther. THE ELMS—Mrs Roberts. WHITEFIELD—Mr Thomas Hughes. TUDNO STREET. BOD ELWY—Mrs Jones. EDGE HILL—Mrs Bruokshaw. LUDLOW HOUSE—Mrs William Roberts. MELBOURNE—Mrs Higginbottom. 6, TUDNO STREET—Miss Wood. 10. TUDNO STREET—Mrs T. R. Jones. VAUGHAN STREET. ARLEY HOUSE—B. Powell. EGERTON HOUSE—Mrs Batchelor. BOD GWILYM—Mrs W. Williams. COURT ROYAL-Mrs Brown. DENVER HOUSE—Mrs Williams. ELGIN HOUSE—Mrs Jennings. GLENDALOUGH—Mrs G. Evans. ROTHBTTRY—Mrs W. F. Bratt. SEA VIEW-Uris Roberts. ST. IVES-Mrs Elliott. TORONTO HOUSE—iMrs R. White. VAUGHAN HOUSE—Miss Mioalli. LONDON HOUSE—Miss Roberts. VICTORIA VILLA—Miss Green. FOSTAL INFORMATION. irours of Husiness Days. Holidays Week Bank a.m p.m. a.m. p.m Sale of Postage Stamps, &c., Regulation of Letters' and other postal paskets. 7 0 to 9 0 7 0 to 9 0 SUNDAYS 8 0 to 10 0 JParcel Post business, In- land, Foreign and Colonial 7 Oto9 0 7 0 to 9 0 tPostal Order Business, 0 to noon issues and Payments. 7 0 to 9 0 7 0 to 12 0 tMoney Order & Savings Bank business. 8 0 to 8 0 8 0 to 12 0 JGovernment Stock, An- nuity and Insurance business 8 0 to 8 0 8 0 to 12 0 tissue of Inland Revenue Licences and Sale of In- land Revenue Stamps 8 0to 8080 to 2 0 JExpress Delivery busi- ness, outward service. 7 0to 9 0 7 Oto 9 0 INo Sunday business. E press Delivery busi- ness, Local Messenger Service 8 0 to 9 0 8 0 to 9 0 SUNDAYS 8 0 to 10 0 Telegraph business. 80 to 9 80 to 90 Telephone business. 8 0 to 9 0 8 0 to 9 0 SUNDAYS 8 0 to 10 0 Christmas Day and Good Friday services as on Sundays. Inward Mails. LETTERS. Hour of Town Delivery Night Mail from all parts 7 0 a.m. From London and the South, Bangor, Birmingham, Carnarvon, Chester, Con- way Crewe, Liverpool, Manchester, Bettwsycoed, Blaenau Festiniog, De- ganwy, Llanrwst 12 30 p.m. From London and the South, Birmingham, Chester, Liverpool, Manchester, Wales, West of England and Ireland 3 0 p.m. From Bangor, Birmingham, Chester, Liverpool, Manchester North Wales and Midland Counties generally. 5 0 p.m During July, August and September e the delivery commences at 5 30 p.m PARCELS. Night Mail from all parts 7 0 a.m From London and the South, Bangor, Chester, Liverpool, Manchester, and Deganwy 12 30 p.m. From London and the South of England, Birmingham, Chester, Liverpool, and Mer.,chester. t3 0 p.m. From London, Chester, Liverpool, Man- chester and towns in North Wales 5 0 p.m During July, August, and September the delivery commences at 5 30 p.m, ^Suspended on Wednesdays, October to May. Letters and parcels may be posted for each delivery up to 10 minutes before the hour of commencement. Parcels intended for the first delivery should by posted overnight. On Christmas Day, Good Friday, and Bank Holidays there is only one delivery, and (111 Sundays one delivery of letters only at 7 a.m. Outward Mails. On Bank Holidays only the Mails marked with an are dispatched; on Sundays, Good Fridays and Christ- mas Day only the Mails marked tare despatched. Letters. Parcels. Conway, Bettwsycoed, Dol- wyddelan, Llanrwst, Taly- cafn, Trefriw 3 0 a.m. 9 0 p.m Deganwy. Tywyn, Llanrhos Penrhvnside o 50 a.m. 9 0 p.m t Llandudno Town Delivery 6 50 a.m. 9 0 p.m London, South of England, North VV ales, Chester 8 40 a.m. 8 40 a.m. Deganwy 9 15 a.m. North of England, North Wales Crewe,Liverpool, Manchester Derby, Leicester, Bristol, Cardiff, Edinburgh 9 35 a.m. — Ireland 10 45 a.m. — London, South of England,Lan- cashire, Yorkshire, Birming- ham, Chester and N. Wales 11 25 a.m. 11 25 a.m Llandudno Town Delivery 12 20 p.m. 12 20 p.m. Bangor, Conway, Carnarvon Bettwsycoed, Birmingham, Chester, Holywell, Liverpool Manchester, Llanrwst, Rhyl, Eastern Counties, and West of England 1 0 p.m. 1 0p.m Deganwy, Tywyn and Llanrhos 2 30 „ 2 30 „ Llandudno Town Delivery 2 50 „ 2 50 „ Chester, Colwyn Bay, Liverpool :2 53" — Llandudno Town Delivery and Penrhvnside 4 50 „ 4 50 „ Manchester (relief night mail) 5 40 „ — Bangor and Deganwy 5 40 „ 5 10 „ American Mail, Saturdays only 75 — f Night Mail to all parts of the United Kingdom 8 30 „ 8 30 „ Extra kd. 8 iiO" — Bangor and Anglesea 9 30 „ 8 30 „ London, ttirmingham, Liver- pool, Manchester. Chester, 1 North and South of England, North Wales 11 45,, 8 30 „
PLACES OF WORSHIP. CHURCH OF ENGLAND SERVICES. PARISH OF LLANDUDNO. Clergy-Rev. LL R. Hughes, M.A., Rector; Rev. J. Hughes, B.A., Rev. W. E. Jones, B.A., assistant clergy. ST. GEORGE'S CHURCH, Church Walks— (English Services). Holy Communion, Sundays and Holy Days, 8 a.m.; 2nd and 4th Sundays in the month, and Festivals 8 a.m. and 12.45 p.m. Matins.—Sunday and Festivals, 11 30 a.m. (Sermon); Holy Days, 11 30 a.m.; Daily at 7-45 a.m. ST. GEORGE'S CHURCH- twelsh Services). Holy Communion Sundays, and Holy Day 7 a.m.; 1st Sunday in the month, and Fefc tivals 7 a.m. and 10 a.m. Matins.—Sundays and Festivals, 10 a.m (Sermon); Holy Days, 10 a.m. Evensong.—Sundays and Festivals 6 (Sert mon); Holy Days 7 (Sermon) Daily, 7 p.m. (Sermon on Wednesdays). HOLY TRINITY CHURCH.—Holy Com- munion.—Sundays and Holy Days, 8 a.m. 1st and 3rd Sundays in the month, 8 &.m. and 12-15 p.m.; Festivals, 7 a.m., 8 a.m. and 12-15 p.m.; Thursdays, 11-30 a.m. Matins.—Sundays, with Sermon, 11 a.m. On Sundays during August and, if necessary, during a part of July and September, Matins and Sermon at 10-15 a.m. and 11-30 a.m. Holy Days, 11 a.m. Daily at 8 a.m. Evensong.—Sundays, with Sermon at 6 30; Holy Days, with Sermon, at 7; Daily at 7. Children's Service on Sundays, at 3 15 p.m. ST TUDNO'S CHURCH (Sundays during Summer).—Holy Communion, 1st Sunday in the month after 11 a.m. service. Matins and Sermons, 11 a.m. Evensong and Sermon, 6 p.m. BODAFON SCHOOL (Welsh Services).-Holy Communion.-3rd Sunday in the month, 10 30 a.m. Matins and Sermon.—Sundays, 10 30 a.m Evensong and Sermon.—Sundays, 6 p.m. Festivals and Fridays, 7 p.m. ST. BEUNO'S Mission Church (Welsh Servie,s). Evensong and Sermon, Sundays, 6 p.m.; Tuesday, V p.m. PARISH OF EGLWYSRHOS. Clergy: Rev. John Francis Reece, B.A., Vicar and Surrogate. Rev. E. D. Thomas, B.A., Deganwy. Rev. D. L. Williams, M.A., Mostyn Avenue. Rev. Richard Jones, B.A., Nevill Crescent. Lay Reader: Mr. Lil. Cynfaen Evans, Pen- rhynside. ST. PAUL'S CGURCH, LLANDUDNO. Matins, 11 a.m.; Evensong, 6-30 p.m. Holy Days, 10 a.m. and 7-30 p.m. Wednesday, 7-30 p.m.. Holy Communion on 1st and 3rd Sunday, at 11 a.m.; on every Sunday and holy days, at 8 a.m.; Thursdays, 11 a.m. Children's Ser- vice every 1st Sunday at 3 p.m. Daily Service at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. ALL SAINTS" CHURCH, DEGANWY. Matins, 11 a.m.; Evensong, 6-30 p.m. Holy Days, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Thursdays 7 p.m. Holy Communion every Sunday at 8 a.m.; 2nd and 4th, at 11 a.m. Children's Service every 1st Sunday at 2-45 p.m. LLANRHOS CHURCH. Matins, 11 a.m.; 'Evensong (Welsh), 5-45 p.m. Ditto English, 7 p.m. Friday, Welsh Service,, at 7-15 p.m. Holy Communion 1st Sunday at 11 a.m., 2nd Sunday (in Welsh} at 10 a.m. 3rd Sunday at 8 a.m.. MISSION ROOM, PENRHYNSIDE. Welsh Service at 10-30 a.m.; English Service 6-30 p.m. Wednesday at 7 p.m. ALEXANDRA ROAD MISSION. Service every Tuesday at 7 p.m. Sunday School at 2 30 p.m. NONCONFORMIST CHURCH SERVICES. ENGLISH CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, Llewelyn Street—Minister, Rev. J. Irvon Davies. Services at 11 a.m. and 6-30 p.m. ENGLISH BAPTIST CHAPEL, Mostyn Street. Rev. J. Raymond, Pastor. Services at 11 a.m. and 6-30 p.m.; Sunday School at 2-30 p.m. Wednesday Evenings at 7, Prayer Meeting. ENGLISH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH-Minis.. ter, Rev C. T. AstLey, M.A.; Assistant Minis- ter, Rev. W. Phillips, M.A. Services, 11 a.m. and 6-30 p.m. School, 2-30. Wednesday Evening Services at 7. ST. JOHN'S ENGLISH WESLEYAN CHAPE1 Mostyn Street.—Rev. J. W. Whitmore, Minis- ter. Services, 11 a.m. and 6-30 p.m. Wednes- days, at 8 p.m. Friday Evening, Public Meet- ing for Prayer at 8. CRAIGYDON MISSION. Sunday School at 3, Evening Service at 6. WELSH BAPTIST.—Tabernacle, Llewelyn St. 10 a.m. and 6 p.m., Rev. David Davies, pastor. SALEM, Adelphi Street. 10 a.m. and 6 p.m., Rev. H. Bryn Davies, pastor. HOREB, Great Orme. 10 a.m. and 6 p.m., Rev. H. Bryn Davies, pastor. EBENEZER WELSH WESLEYAN CHAPEL, Lloyd Street—Resident Minister, Rev. Gwyn- fryn Jones. Sundays. Morning Service, 10; School, 2; Evening Service 6. WELSH CALVINISTIC METHODIST CHAPEL Shiloh) Services, 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.; Sabbath School, 2 p.m. WELSH CALVINISTIC METHODIST CHAPEL (Rehoboth).—Services, 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.; Sabbath School, 2 p.m.. WELSH CALVINISTIC METHODIST CHAPEL OBethania), Craigydon—Pastor, Rev. Evan Hughes. Services, 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.; Sab- bath School, 2 p.m. WELSH CALVINISTIC METHODIST OHAPEL (Hy fry die), Great Orme's Head—Ministry, Supplies. Services, 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. Sab bath School, 2 p.m. WELSH INDEPENDENT CHAPEL, Deganwy Street-Rev. T. Davies. Services at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.; Sunday School at 2 p.m. THE WARREN WELSH WESLEYAN CHAPEL Pastor, Rev. Gwynfryn Jones. Services, 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.; School, 2 p.m. CAERSALEM MISSION, Cwlach Road-Rev. Gwynfryn Jones. Services, 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.; School, 2 p.m. THE MISSION, Adelphi Street—Simple Gospel Services on Sundays, at 6-30 p.m. CATHOLIC CHURCH, Lloyd Street-Rev. Father Radcliffe. Mass at 8 and 11 a.m. on Sundays. Week days at 8 a.m.