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PLACES OF WORSHIP. UHDBCH OF ENGLAND SERVICES. PARISH OF LLANDUDNO. Clergy—Rev. LL R. Hughes, M.A., Rector: Rev. W. E. Jones. B.A., Rev. E. Lumley, B.A., Rev. T. A. Morgan, L.D., assistant clergy. 6T. 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 801 745 a.m. ST. GEORGE'S CHURCH- (Welsh Services). Holy Communion Sundays, and Holy Days, 7 a.m.; 1st Sunday in the month, and Fes- 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 (Ser- 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 a-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 Serves).. Evensong and Sermon, Sundays, 6 p.m.; Tuesday, 7 p. in. 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. Ll. Cynfaen Evan3, Pou rhynside. !■- ST. PAUL'S CHURCH, 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. < j 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 4tn, 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 I 8 MISSION ROOM, PENRHYNSIDE. Welsh Service at 10-30 a.m.; English Service, i 6-30 p.m. Wednesday at 7 p.m. ST. ANDREW'S CHURCH, Alexandra Road- Sundays at 6 30. Sunday School at 2.30, J Tuesdays at 7 p.m. NONCONFORMIST CHURCH SERVICES ENGLISH CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, Llewelyn Street—Minister, Rev. J. Irvou 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, j 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. Wednesdaj Evening Services at 7. Mostyn Street.—Rev. T. E. Ham, Resident Minister. Services, 11 a.m. and 6-30 p.m. Wednesdays, at 8 p.m. Friday Evening, Public Meeting for Prayer at 8. ST. JOHN'S ENGLISH WESLEYAN CHAPEL, CRAIGYDON MISSION. Sunday School at 3, Evening Service at 6. WELSH BAPTIST.—Tabernacle, Llewelyn St. 10 a.m. and 6 p m., Rev. David Daviea, 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. Pastor, Rev. H. C. Lewis, B.A., B.D. [WELSH CALVINISTIC METHODIST CHAPEL tBethania), Cr.aigydon-Pastor, Rev. Evan Hughes. Services, 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.; Sab- bath School, 2 p.m. WELSH CALVINISTIC METHODIST CHAPEL (Hyfrydle), Great Orme's Head-Ministry, Supplies. Services, 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. Sab baih 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. HE WARREN WELSH WESLEYAN CHAPEL Pastor, Rev. Gwynfryn Jones. Services, 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.; School, 2 p.m. CAERSALEM MISSION, Cwlach RrJad-Rev, Gwynfryn Jones. Services, 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.; School, 2 p.m. THE MISSION, Adelphi Street-Simple Gosper Services on Sundays, at 6-30 p.m. CATHOLIC CHURCH, Lloyd Street—Rev. Father Radcliffe. Mass at 8 and 11 a.m. and Evening ^Service at 6 30 p.m. on Sundays. Week days at 8 p.m.
[ The Globe Bazaar. Continued from Page 8. ing upon Lany Mostyn to open the bazaar, said he considered at a .great honour to preside at a bazaar opened by the wife of their friend. Lord Mostyn.—(Applause.) He said friend advisedly, far he 'noted that if there was any good object to be supported the names of Lord. Mostyn and his revered and wTell-beloved mother. Lady Augusta Mostyn, -were found asso- ciated with it.—(Applausa ) The, ought to shew their appreciation of the Mostyn family by making that day a record one in receipts.— (Applause.) LADY MOSTYN. Lady Mostyn looked exceedingly well in a petunia, alndi white silk costume, with cream lace and touches of black satin or silk, with- out which no dress is quite complete. A large black picture hit with handsome ostrich feathers proved very becoming. Her Lady- ship, who was received with loud and continuous applause, them rose to declare t±ie .sale open, and in doing so said that there had been soi much, said already as to leave very litle left fotr her. "They were asked to go round the globe in four days, whereas it had taken L°rd Mostyn and herself five months to accomplish the trip.-(Laughte-r and applause.) She was afraid it would- take him five months to recover from the present trip.—(Laughter.) She hoped every one present would secure memento of the trip, so that the promoters would realise enough to pay off the debt on the beautiful Church of St. Paul's.—(Ap- plause. Twelve hundred pounds was a big sum to get, but they had got as much and even; more in the past. She would also like to ask visitors for whose benefit the Church was built to show their appreciation of the services by joining in the trip round the Globe bazaar and purchasing articles to help the good cause.—(Hear, hear.) She had great pleasure "iri declaring the bazaar open.—(Applause.) t Mr Fincham. Deganwy, proposing a vote of thanks to Lady Mostyn and Mr Wainwright, re- ferred, to the "great growth of the Church of England" in the parish during the 23 years 'he. had resided ix Deganwy. and to the great .part taken in it by the Mostyn family. The proposal was, secomded by Mr Willoughby p Gardner, and carried With IOlud applause.. The aniQ-ant. realised up to and includ- ing Thursday nishi, vas FOURTH DAY. i; -(- THE HON. MRS. LAWRENCE BRODRICK. The bazaar.will be opened to-day by the Hon. j-Mrs Lawrence" BTodlri'ck. and the Right" Hi n. Lord Mostyn will preside at the ceremonv. I r THE 'FITNESS OF THE RACE. All over the Kingdom just now there is heard a pressing call for greater physical effi- cieiicy o,ii the part of our boys and If the vLg.orous effOl-ts of our youngsters do not abate in enthusiasm, then in years to oome no nation should equal us in fineness of physlque, "power of endurance, or robust general health. Great care-, however, should !-be taken..that. our youn-g people, who are engaged in healthful exercise in the field or the gymnasium, at the seaside, at home, at school, oir on holidays, should be provided with proper food—food that makes for the building up of the body and the proper maintenance of its functions. There would be but little ad- vantage in encoura.gin.g boys to become scouts and prospective naval cadets or sending girls to the hockey fields or the tennis courts unless intelligence, is displayed in the selection of the food to be given" to these young people. The fooid of the young should, of course, con- tain nutriment n abundance, but such nutri- ment musit be in scientific proportions accord- ing to its properties. Some foods are flesh- building, some- brain stimulating, others heat giving. The accurate balance of all properties should be preserved. Currant Bread. Curramt ScOnes. Currant Cake, Currant Rice Padding, and scores of dishes made with currants and some cereal cr [farinaceous food are, in themselves, a perfect diet for young and growing people; indeed, if needful, life aed health could be sustained upon such food. But variety is amongst the first essentials of the true dietary, and all meals should be simple and wholesome but not monotonous. Youns" people invariably appre- ciate something with ,CUrTants in it, and the fruit, lends itself to; preparation in so many ways that monotony is easily avoided. Currant Cream Biscuits, now supplied by every better class baker, confectioner, and grocer, are suit- themselves a coiaiplete diet. In the fitness of the coming race is to be realised, the food of the yonm must be chosen with the ultimate .object' in view. CAMBRIAN ARCHAEOLOGISTS. VISIT TO EATON. On Sunday the programme of the Cambrian. A TchTologi C. al Association, in connection with, their annual meeting -at Chester, terminated' with a visit to Eaton Hall, by special invita- tion of the Duke of Westminster, patron of the Association. The party were conducted 10" Canon Morris (London); who formerly was chaplain librarian to the late Duke of West- minster. Toe Duke arranged to have on view two ChayteTs-a magnificent charter af Raudle VeTnon. Earl of Chester, and a charter cf Henry VIII., appointing Cardinal Wolsey. Lord High Chancellor. In the gardens at Eaton were E-een a Roman altar, found in Bou.sjhton, Chester, in 1821 and two Roman pillars, from Bridge-street, Chester. On Tues- dav the Association inspected Chester Castle and the old church .of St. M arv's-on-t-lie-Hill, Chester, and made a tour of the Whral peninsula. The golfer had hit somebody in the eye. and the person principally concerned hadn't liked it. In fact he had brought an action for damages against the golfer, and at the time this veracious history opens evidence was being taken before the "hiage as to everything that concerned the matter, and a good things that did not. "When this happened," said the judge to a bystander who had seen the whole affaiT, ai d'who was now ir the witness box, "was he addressing the ball?'' The witness scratched his head. "Well, sir," said the witi ess, "I'm no goife-r, and I don't know what he was addressing, but I hardly think it wa-. a Sunday school The Best Aperient "Ficolay." Guaranteed to be prepared from the finest Figs, and is therefore a nutritive preparation. Small dose, 1 0 small price. Is. and 2s. 4d. 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LLEWELYN STREET. ARUNDEL—Mrs Eison Mr and Mrs Rhodes, Biadford Mr and Mrs Kitchen, Guiseley, Yorks. Mr Swallow, do Miss Swallow, do Mr and Mrs Williams, baby and nurse, Poirdtdinorwic ASTORIA—Mrs Oakley. Miss Ravmscioftfi Birmingham Mr and Mrs Dixon, Bradford Mr and Mrs Pern, Leeds Mr and Mrs Thompson, Langholm, N.B. Misses Ercington (3), Rugeley Mr and1 Mrs Nock and family. Stone, Staffs. Mr Kilpaitrick, Sale Misj Parr, do Mr; Lewis, Market Drayton Misses Scott (3), Bradford HOLLY GROVE—Mrs Hughes. Mr W. W. Newman, London ? ■; Miss Lounds, do Misses Davies (2), Frodsham. Mr J. L. and Mrs Fineher, Stratiord-on-Avon Mr and Mrs Flegg. Hai-oldwood, Essex Mr and Mrs Ward', Manchester Mr and Mrs Hornsbv, Leamington Masters Hornsby, do KINGSTON HOUSE—Mrs Pemberton Mr and Mrs Cullen, Anerley, S.E. Master Cullen, do Mrs Cullem, senr., do Mrs and Miss Scott, Carlisle Mr and Mrs C. M. T'omson, Leamington Mr and Mrs Julius Garratt, Edgbaston Master Garratt and maid, do OROVILLE HOUSE—Mrs F. Chandler. RODE HOUSE—Mrs John Jones. .0 ROSENDALE—Mrs Jones and Mrs Lowe, family and nUTse, Stock- port Mr and Misses Roscoe Bolton Mr and Mrs Sutcliffe, Maiple SUNNY SIDE-Mrs Hartley. Mr and Mrs L. G. Volpi, Wolverhampton Mr and Mrs N. G. Bunting and family, Pen- dletoti 3WELBECK HOUSE—Mrs Thomas. v: Mr and Mrs W. H. Almond axid-. family; Longsight Misses Almond1 and maid, do Master Walter Almond, do Mr and Mrs Deiit, Woolton, Liverpool « Misses: Dent, do Mrs and Miss Ye,on- an London LLOYD STREET- ALBANY VIEW—Mrs Higginbottom Mr and MrsWalkingtonamd son, Leeds Mr and Mrs Croppetr and son, Liverpool Mr and Clews and family, Manchester -and Mrs Herbert Lee, Bradford Mr and Mrs Fred Lee, do. Miss Blackburn, do 5. Fegsen, do Mr and Mrs Hirst, Disley Miss Austin, Bolton. Miss Pitfield, do Mr and Mrs Haigh and son, Huddersneld BEWSEY HOUSE—Miss tiugnes. BODNOD HOUSE-Mrs Underwood. CARISBROOKE—Mrs M. W. Jones. Mr and Mrs Higginbottom and .family, Chorlton-cum-Handy Mr and Mrs Wright;■Roundway. CHRISTLETON HOUSE—Mrs Tom Roberts. Miss Talbot, Cardiff Miss: Gedrych, do Mr and Misses Pickering. Wovlerhampion Mrs Holdsworth, Asliton-under-Lyne Mr and Mis .H. Nacllin, do FAIRFIELD—Miss Petty. Mrs Wm., Rudolf, children: and maid, Biloxi Mississippi, U.S.A. Mrs Spencer, Longs.ight, .Manchester Misses Speiieer, do FRON Garratt. Mr and Mrs Bowden, child and maid, Sineth- wick Mr and Mrs Spenceley, Warrington Mrs and Miss Kludn, do. Mr and Mrs Robertson and child, Man'ter Mr and Mrs Holt, Loads Miss Birch, do GLYN ISA—Mrs Brookes,. .knl,r iia,*O. Mrs Pollitt, nurse and;, family, Ashton-under-Lyiie 3ifs Po II Ht, do Miss Coop, do Mrs and Miss Midgley, Halifax Miss Dean, Halifax Mr and Mrs Walsh, Birkenhead Master Welsh, do. 1 EAZLEWOOD—Mrs Ives Mr and Mrs Stock well, Eccles' Master W. StockNvell, dio Miss Foley, do Mrs Wood, Birkenhead Miss Wearing, do Mr and Mrs. Baldwin, Birmingham Miss Baldwin. d.o JUBILEE HOUSE—Mrs S. Roberts. Mr and Mrs H. Dewhurst and family, South- port Mr and Mrs Joshua Bolton and family, Hey- wood Mr and Mrs R. Boroughs, Cheltenham Mr and Mrs A. J. LOing, Attleborougb. Nor- folk Miss Rixson, Oldham Miss Hurst, do MILFORD HOUSE—Misses Jones. Mr and Mrs Luton, family nad maid, B'ham Miss Luton, do Mr and Mrs Mason, do Miss and Master Mason, Cio Mr and Mrs Saxon, Eastwood,■■ Notts. Miss and Masters Saxon, -do- Misses P.hiffs and Broxter, Northampton Misses Barrett and Bee,ch, Stockport Mr and Mrs Owen. Bethesda Mr Mostyn Owen. Bethesda NORTON—Mrs Williams. Mnss DOES Lang, Heaton Chapel- Miss Ashcroft. Southport Mr and Mrs Waters, family and friend, New Malden, Surrey Mr Aveling Gray, New Malden, Surrey Mrs aii-d Miss Smallman, Queen's Co., Dub- blin Mr and Mrs Magee and baby, Liverpool Mrs Magee. Liverpool Mr and Mrs' Ogden and son, Sandymoumt, Dublin Mrs- Bracebridige .and baby, Sutton Coldfield Miss Brarcebrridge, do Mr and Mrs Donnelly, Bolton PENNANT HOUSE—Mrs Daniel Edwards. Dr. and Mrs Yates, Oldham Misses and Masters Yates, do, Mr and Mrs Stirland, Nottingham MT and Mrs Hingley, do Mrs and Miss Woodroofe, Nottingham SILYERDALE—Mrs Clayton. Mr and Mrs H. Purser, London Mr A. H. Purser, do Miss E. J. Purser, do Mr and Mrs W. Coates. Oakamoor Mr and Mrs Burnell, Sheffield Master and Miss Burnell. do SPRINGFIELD—Mrs R. E. Williams. Mr and Mrs Fife and family, Chorlton-cum- Hardy Miss Stockton, Ashley Miss Richardson, Altrincham Mr Arden, do' Mr Birks, Hillsbro, Sheffield s Miss Vaughan, Wadsley, Sheffield Mr Laughton, Pitsrnoor, Sheffield Miss Sykes, Heeley, Sheffield Miss Onions, Lonc1\r;n Miss W,allace. do- Mr Hentaolle, Newcastle-on-Tyne Mr Boles, London Mr Heddelshein, do
I THE RYLANDS-Mrs Storey. THE WOODLANDS-Mrs Wright. Mr and Mrs Wood and family, Stoneclougih Mr and Mrs Lord, Üool:> Mr and Mrs Lee, Hollinwood Mrs Wynne Williams and family, Mold Miss. Oolville-Smith, do. Mr and Mrs Bamber, Manchester Mr Isherwood and fa-iiiily, Leigh Rev. W. M. and Mrs Ta,te-Sto.ate. M.A., M.R.I.A., F.R.S.A, Pabworth Vicarage TREFRIW HOUSE-Miss Rowlands. Mr A. W. Belfrage, Elie, Fife Miiss Wasdiell, Birmingham Mr and Mrs Edwin Walker and son, Puds-ey MrF. W. Walker and sons, do Miss M. F. Walker, do TRYPHENA—Mrs H. Williams. Mr and Mrs Foden, Manchester Miss W. Fodem" do Masters Foden, do Mrs and Miss Hunt, Seaforth Mrs and Miss Harrop, Pendleton MasterElcIwrard Harrop, cuo Mr and Mrs TTippett, Sheffield Mr and Mrs Beatty,, Dublin Mr and Mrs Attenborough, Manchester Misses Attejnlborough, do MADOC STREET. ALLEN J) ALE—Mrs S. W. Roberts. Nly and Mrs Timms, London Miss iShutt, (Jolne Miss Hartley, do Mr A. Shorrock, do ■• Miss Lizzie Shutt, do •-■ Mr R. Crabtree, dio Mr Jarrett, Huddersfield Miss Jury, do i Miss Jessie Jury, do Miss Line, Meltojn Mowbray M'iss James, do ASIIOVEIl HOUSE—Mr J. Brookes. Dr. Coickell, wife,' children and nurse, Ldn^ don Mrs and Master Bullock, Walsall M Smith, do Mi 1 Jones, Manchester Mi II Montis, Oldham Mirs Rjrhdale, Liverpool r BODFARI HOUSE—Mrs Thomas. BRYN IDRIS—Miss Williams. ■' ELDER DALE—Mrs R. T. Owens. FAIR VIEIAI-Mrs E. Wainwright. GLEN DOWER—Mrs C. Williams ;• Mr Mns Lbvell, baby and nurse, L,t-,icester •■■ ■■ Airs and, Misses Tedbury, *.Stamford Hill, London Misses Ball (2), St. Albans miss do ■ Mr and Mrs Strutt, London Misses Frazer, West Hartlepool GLEN ROSA-Miss Jones. GRONANT H,OUS-E-Mrs Griffiths. Mr and Mrs F. G. Robinson, Northampton Miss F. G. A. Robinson, do Misses M. D. M..Robinson, do Mtr J. W. Williams, Bangor Mrs Enticott, London Mr and Mrs Paris,, ido Miss Bush, .do HEDSOR IDAN—Miss Jones. Mrs and Miss. Malbon, Oongleton Mr and Mrs W7aribuntoh, Dewsbury ■„■ Miss Warburton, do Miss Moverley, Huddersfield .1 Mr and Mrs Phillips, Walthamstow Mr and Mrs Sutcliffe, TodSmorden IVANHOE-Mrs Hughes. Mrs and Masses Archer, London Mr and Mrs Ruislhworth, Rochdale Mr and Miss Moore, Leeds Miss Keenan, Dublin Miiss N. Keenan and niece, do IVY HOUSE,—Mrs Lloyd.: Mr and Mrs Massey, Wals.all Mr Wilfred Massey do Mr and Mrs Taylor and family, Cambridge Mrs Miss Go! beck. Tiekhill LINCOLN HOUSE—Mrs Jones. LLYS IVOR—Mrs Roberts. Mr and Miss Janels, Bala Mr Potter and daughters, do Miss' Stone, Keint Mrs Cousin, do Miss Winifred Cousin, do Miss Hunt and friend, Derby Mr and Mrs Kemp, Blackpool Mrs Royle and family, Stetekport Mr and" Mrs P. Wheeler, London 8, MADOC STREET—.Mrs Guersey. 15, MADOC STREET— Misses E. and M. Sullivain, Chester M;is.s B .M. Etughes, Wem Miss 0. D. Biirch, do Mr and Mrs George Jones, Aston, Bir'ham Mr and Mrs L. EL Barker and family, York- shire 30. MADOC STREET—Mrs H. 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Mr Hartley, Liverpool •Miiss. riSmiMn, db- L. HandLey, Birmingham Miss Hilda, Mansell, do Mr Reeves, da Mrs-and M'amie Hayeis, do Miss Williams, cllo Mrs Navine, do. BRYN GOLEU—Mrs Davies. Mr and Mrrs Bourne, Andover Mr and Miss W:Lson, Liverpool DEHWEN LE—Mrs J. B. Jones. Mr C. Grey, Stamford Mrs C. Gray. do Master J. and Misses E. Grav. do Miss Pointer, do Mr and Mrs Loveland, Leamington Miss-and. Master Loveland, do Mrs Wrisht, London Miss Alder, do FLOVILLE—Mrs Chorlton. KEiNMOREI VILLA—Mrs Allen Jones. Mirs Fisher and dauiehter, Derby Mrs Gfeatarex and daughter, do Mrs1 Southern, do LYNDALE—Mrs JaR, Smith. Mr ajnd Mrs Penfold, Brighton E. W. RohPTts, Mr and Mrs Bioulderson, Rugby Mr and Mrs Jones, Chester Masters and Miss Jones and nurse, do MOSTYN AVENUE. ABER HOUSE—Mrs Griffiths. Mr Green and family, London Mr and Mrs Attneave, family and maid, London CLARENCE HOUSE—Miss H. Hobson. Mr and. Miss Downs, Hull Miss Hodgson, do. Mrs Davies, Bedford Mr G. Davies, do Mr, Mrs and: Miss lee, Manchester Misses Goekbum, do. D'P,LAIIIFI"F,- -q i q s Shaw. I M:r and Mrs Roberts, Wat-ciford Miss Roberts, Cardiff Mr and Mrs Baxendale, baby and maid, Liverpool j Mr and Mrs H. M. Gethen, baby and ma/id, Kidderminster ErSBERCTHOLT—MTS W. r,nwl Fellsett,. Mr and Mrs Riddle and daughter, Newcastle Miss Tlwe,e¡d:.e,. (to Mr and Mrs Edmund and family, London HARLEY HOUSE-Mrs Hughes.
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