Llandudno Pier Co, Ltd, Secretary: Mr. SAMUEL HUGHES. SEASON 1910. The Pier Company's Popular Concerts Morning at 11. Evening at 7-45. Sundays, at 8-15 p.m GRAND ORCHESTRA. Musical Director- Mr. Arthur W. Payne, F.R.A.M. Sub-Conductor— Mr. Walter Haigh. Artistes. llth Special, July 16th- Miss Esta D'Argo, Soprano. July 16th to July 22nd- Mr. Charles Tree, Baritone. July 23rd to July 29th- Miss Ada Forrest, Contralto. WeeklyJTickets 3s. od. and 4s. Od. Admission-9 a.m. to 12 30 p.m., 3d.; 12 30 to 6 p.m., 2d. (Pier only); 6 to 10 p.m., 6d. (Pier and Concert) Special Concerts, 6 to 10 p.m., Is.; to Pier only during Special Concerts, 4d. PIER THEATRE VARIETIES, LLANDUDNO. Manager S. HUGHES, Junr. DA I LY at 3 ar\d 8 p.nj. ROYAL AMERICAN BIOSCOPE Complete Change of Pictures Twice Weekly (MONDAYS AND THURSDAYS). See Bills for Special Pictures. Admission 6d. and Is. SATURDAY AFTERNOON, SPECIAL TREAT FOR SCHOOL CHILDREN. Prizes for Boys and Girls Prices for Children 2d. and 3d. Llandudqo Coaching & Carriage Co. Ltd. ALL COACH TOURS FROM LLANDUDNO Start Daily from the ST. ommasm & queen's hotels. Start Fare Grand Loop Tour 9 45 10 Snowdon Loop Tour 10/6 Bettws-y-coed .10 0 7/- Penmaenmawr j | 4 ColwynBay 2 30 2 6 Bodnant Han 2 30 4- Aber Waterfalls .11 0 5i. New Short Loop 2 so 4/- City of St Asaph .10 0 7 Menai Bridge -.10 0 8/- For further particnlars see Coaching Guide. SUPERIOR PRIVATE COACHES, RUBBER- TYRED CARRIAGES, WAGGONETTES DOG-CARTS, PONY TRAPS, SADDLE HORSES ON HIRE. Booking Offices- COACH OFFICE, Queen's Hotel Gardens Telephone No. 9. COACH OFFICE at Pier Galea w J. Churchill s Happy Valley Minstrels Performances Daily in the Happy Valley at 3 o'clock. _ill If wet, the Performance will be given in the Prince's Theatre. Tight Boots & (Boritis. 1 Tight boots are not always the cause H of corns, although they usually get H blamed for them. Ill-fitting boots, 9 whether too large or too small, will ■ produce corns-and when they do ■ appear try I Mercers ealOSOll which will remove them quickly and 9 painlessly. I It costs 9d. per bottle, a small I 2 price when you consider the relief I it brings. B To be obtained only from H FRANK N. MERCER, I Pharmaceutical Chemist, B 101, Mostyn St., Llandudno I Telephone No. 41. H IAOrp ARTICLES should be adver- jUD 1 tised in the "LLANDUDNO ADVERTISER "—15 words, Is. Published Friday afternoon- The Prettiest Rink in ( Great Britain. KTOW OPEN. LLANDUDNO Hippodrome Rink RINK DE LUXE. CELEBRATED WINSLOW SKATES. PERFECT FLOOR. PERFECT VENTILATION. NATURAL FLORAL DECORATIONS. SEASON TICKET. Forty Admissions (not good for skates) One Pound CONTRACT TICKET. Six Admissions or Six Skates, Four Shillings. Thefe tickets are not transferable, and will be only accepted when presented by the purchaser whose name appears on same. They can be purchased at the Rink only. This Rink is equipped exclusively with the celebrated WINSLOW SKATES, which can be purchased here for im- mediate delivery. MORNING SESSION, 10-30 to 12-30. Admission No Charge. Skates One Shilling (or one Skate Contact ticket). AFTERNOON SESSION, 2 to 5. Admission Sixpence. (or one Admision Contract ticket). Skates One Shilling (or one Skate Contract ticket). Ladies' Ticket, including admission and Skates, One Shilling, EVENING SESSION, 7-30 to 10-30. Admission One Shilling (or one contract ticket). Ska.tes One Shilling (or one Skate contract ticket). Wednesday Evening July 20 7-30 to 11 p m. —— Tea & Refreshment goonls AT THE RINK. Afternoon Teas a. Speciality, Chocolates, Cakes and Mineral Waters. Mrs. HEWITSON, Proprietress. a V MOTOR \C0ACH/ Loop o Tours f Booking Offices: PIER GATES AND NEXT TO G.P.O, i The Steamers of the old-established The St. George's S.S. Co, Ltd., Will ply (weather and other causes permitting) on one of the most beautiful rivers in Wales, between Deganwy, Conway & Trefriw Please note the name of this Company's steamers- "KING GEORGE," I-PRIINCE GEORGE," and ST GEORGE," and that they start from the St. George's Landing Stages at Deganwy and Conway. Sailings for Next Week. Trains Leave Leave Return from Llandudno Deganwy Trefriw. 18 Monday 19 Tuesday 20 Wednesday 8 20 a.m. 8 30 a.m. 10 10 am. 21 Thursday 8 20 „ 8 45 „ 11 0 „ 22 Friday 9 30 9 JO 11 40 j, 23 Saturday 9 45 „ 10 0 „ 12 20 22 Friday 30" 9 40 1140 23 Saturday 9 45 „ 10 0 „ 12 20 fDoubtful if steamers reach Trefriw., Fare according to distance. FARES-Fore end, Is, Return 2s.; After end, Is. 6d Return 2s. 6d. Children half price For further particulars apply to Messrs. Edwards & Son, Coal Merchants The Quay, Conway, National Telephone No 6x (Conway) Messrs. Roberts & Co, Quay, Conway; R. E. Jones Bros., "Weekly News,' Offiee Conway and Colwyn Bay; The Hotel Belle Yae, Trefriw Mr. John Jones, Glasgow House, Pen- maenmawr Mrs. Tritton, Castle Hotel, Deganwy Mr. Tomkinson Indispensible, Colwyn Bay; and at all the principal hotels in the neighbourhood, or to Manager, Captain W. Roberts, Quay, Conway. For the convenience of passengers, Luncheons and Teas will be ready on arrival at Hotel Belle Vue, Trefriw. Special Notiee.-Tickets for these steamers are NOT SOLD at Llandudno and other places, and can only be had on board the steamers. ——— CLARENCE HOTEL, LLANDUDNO, N.W. Central Position. Near to Goli Links; one minute to Pier and Esplanade. Sheltered Situation. I. Electric Light. Table d' Hote Separate Tables. Smoking, Writ- ing, Lounge, and Billiard Rooms. j Hotel Omnibus meets all Trains Coach calls daily. Garage Free. ) Telephone No. 285. Telegrams, Clarence, Llandudno Tariff-Address PROPRIETOR Liverpool and North Wales Steamslxip Co, Regular Daily Sailings. LA MARGUERITE (Friday St. Tudno). daily at 1 p.m., for Menai Straits, and 5 15 p.m. for Liverpool ST. EL VIES. At 8 a.m. on Monday for Liverpool, due back 4 30. At 10 15 a.m. oil Wednesday for Liverpool, due back 6 50 pm. At 10 a.m. on Fridiay and Saturday for Liver- pool, due back 4 30 p.m. At 10 a.m. on Tuesday and Thursday for Douglas, due back each day at 7 15 p.m. ST. TUDNO, At 11 30 a.m. on Wednesday for Holyhead, ) Arc, 3 p.m. on Sunday to Menai Straits. Each, Day at 11 15 a.m. Sea Trip towards Rhyl (Friday excepted). Each afternoon at 3 p.m. S'ea Trip to Menai Straits1. Frequent Sailing to Colwyn Bay (Rljos Pier), also to and from Rhyfl. For full particulars see special bills. North Wales Agent: Mr Arthur Part on, Pier Gates, Llandudno. The Hippodrome Gardens, (Adjoining the Roller Skating RiDk) LLANDUDNO REVILL HALL'S ENTERTAINERS The most up-to date and best equipped Alfresco Pavilion in the United Kingdom. EVERYTHING NEW. SPECIAL COSTUME SCENAS. LIMELIGHT EFFECTS. Original concerted items written exclusively for the Entertainers. Daily at 3 & 8 (wet or fine) PRICES—Front Chairs, Is.; Other Seats, 6d. and 4d Promenade, 3d. No collections. ew.d OWWIO$Cpb Winter & Co. i $PHARMACISTS, LLANDUDNO. 1 J ANTISEPTIC > THROAT PASTILLES i CONTAINING MENTHOL, OIL OF EUCALYPTUS, f I TEREBENE, i < OIL OF NORWEGIAN PINE. THYMOL, < ? LIQUORICE, AND THE FINEST < GUM ARABIC. f < These Pastilles give immediate relief in Bron- 5 | chitis, Coughs, or Hoarseness. Having a re- i < markable strengthening effect upon the voice, 3 > they are greatly valued by clergymen, vocalists I and public speakers. P V Anyone familiar with such matters will at J once recognise the fact that the ingredients as shewn above include the finest known tonics i for the throat and bronchial system. £ Ihey are extensively prescribed by general C 3 medical practitioners and throat specialists P Boxes, 7id., 13, 3 6 (1 lb) X $By Post 9d., 1/5, 3s. 10. 5^ | J. Winter & Co., M.P.S. By Post 9d., 1/5, 3s. 10. 5^ d. Winter & Co., M.P.S. J Pharmacists, Llandudno. £ "'V- EGYPTIAN HALL BUFFET. STow Open LIGHT REFRESHMENTS, TEA COFFEE, ICES, &c Entrances from Pier Pavilion Balcony. HAVE YOU CORNS? REMOVE THEM IN THREE DAYS BY USING .A.DŒEB.XC .A.1V Com Sills:. Ph. J., Form 772. vPrice 6d. per box. Kate N. Horniblow M.P.S. Dispensing and Photographic Chemist, 4, Queen's Buildings, Llandudno. Telephone No. 140 Patrons—T.M. the King and Queen. 0 HESTER ISTORICAL pAGEANT JULY 18th to 23rd, 2 45 p.m. 8 EPISODES DAILY. 3000 PERFORMERS. BAND OF ROYAL MARINES. LARGE CHORUS. Gorgeous Costumes. Beautiful Spectacle. Stately Dances. Magnificent River Illuminations. Covered Auditorium for over 4000 Spectators. SEATS ls.: 10s. 6d.; 7s. 6d.; hs. & 25. 6d. Admis- sion, 2s. From PHILLIPSON & GOLDER, CHESTER RUSHWORTH & DREAPER. LIVERPOOL; FORSYTH BROS., MANCHESTER TOURIST DEVELOPMENT. Haymarket, LONDON and at all COCK'S OFFICES. REDUCED RAILWAY FARES. Book oj Words now ready. By post Is ld. Pageant Booklet and Illustrated Guide to Chester free from Managers—Messrs. BARING BROS., Pageant Houre, Chester. BOOK DEBTS Purchased, cash down, any district.—W. Jackson, 26, Corpora- tion Street, Manchester. Grand Theatre, LLANDUDNO. Manager Mr. A. G. PUGH. Assist, Manager .Mr. OHAS. IT. HARDING. MONDAY, Julyy 18th, for Three nights. Miss Lena Ashwell's P-iincipal Com- pany in- DIANA OF DOBSON'S TH URSDA Y, July 21st and Fridav, 22nd Mr Leigh Lovel and Company in- A PAIR OF SPECTACLES. 8ATURDAY, July 23rd, the same company J in the hilarious farcc- IN THE SOUP. Doors open at 7.30 p m commence at 8 Early Doors to Pit and Gallery at 7.15 p.m 6d. extra. Seats in Dress and Upper Circle. Orchestra and Pit Stalls may be booked. Box Office open from 10 to 4. No charge for booking. Seats may also be booked at M L Wagstaff, The Gloucester, 89, Mostyn Street, at the Principal Hotels, or at Mr. A. J. Fleet Music Warehouse, Colwyn Bay. Telephone 0288. PHICES Private Boxes, from 10s 6d.; Orchestra Stalls 4s.; Dress Circle, 4s. and 3«.; Upper Circle and Pit Stalls, 2s 6d.; Pit is.C)d Amphitheatre, Is.; Gallery, 6d. Electric Trams pass the Doors. Grand Theatre, LLANDUDNO. THURSDAY, July 28th, for Three Nights at 8 — Mr. EDWIN T. HEYS PRESENTS Miss MAIRE O'NEILL, The wonderful Irish Actress, And members of MISS HORNIMANS COMPANY IN THE FAMOUS PLAY eftNDIDH By BERNARD SHAW. ST. MORITZ, NURSING AND CONVALESCENT HOME, LLANDUDNO. Under the supervision of a trained nurse with resident trained staff, including masseuse. Inclusive terms for con- valescents from 2 guineas per week. 2 Nurses supplied.—Apply, Nurse Roberts. APPLICATIONS for MORTGAGES and TEMPORARY ADVANCES Good Security, personal or otherwise, will receive prompt attention. E. P. MORRIS, Accountant, 36, Mostyn St.. Llandudno. SINGING LESSONS. MR. ALFRED JORDAN, Of the Principal London and Provincial Concerts, ATTENDS RESIDENTS' HOUSES, AT HOMES & CONCERTS in Llandudno and Neighbourhood. For terms apply Rosedale, Deganwy. 8HWBEB8M————|B Roberts & Co., Ltd., SCULPTORS, MONUMENTS in Granite, Marble and Stone fixed in any part of the Country. Designs and Estimates Free, WORKS & STUDIO- Adjoining Railway Station. I —MMWW— DO YOU WISH TO LET YOUR APARTMENTS?—Those having Apart- ments TO LET should send an advertise- ment to the Lewisham Newspaper Co, Ltd., 392, Lee High-road, Lewisham, London, ,s1.E, and ensure prompt lettings. Four old-established papers at one price, circulating in populous districts near London. Special rate—16 words 6d.; 3 insertions Is.; 2.4 words 9d.; 3 insertions Is. 6d.; 32, words Is.; 3 times 2s.; and so on, at the rate of 3d. for every eight words. LOVELY LLANGO,LLEN.-All in search of an ideal spot at which to spend a rest- ful, recuperating holiday should consider the claims of the Lovely Vale of Llan- gollen. The "Sketch" describes the dis- trict as "a scenic fairyland of verdure and foliage;" and the late much-travelled Duke of Westminster spoke of its "un- rivalled scenery" and "pure air." Golf, Angling, Boating, are amongst numerous attractions offered to visitors. To secure Apartments, advertise in "The Llangollen Advertiser." 25 words, 9d .-Proprietor, H. Jones. APARTMENTS.—To all having Apart- ment 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 which each year sends hundreds of visitors to Llandudno and other Places on the Coast. Names of Papers:—Leyton, Leytonstone, West Ham, W,anstead, Woodford and Forest Gate, Manor Park, and Ilford Express and Independent.—Address, Publisher, Independent Office, Leytonstone, Lon- don, E.N. APARTMENTS.—Private or public Apartments. One minute from promenade and tram. Sea and mountain views.— Mrs Burgess, Lorna Doone, Queen's Road, Llandudno. Miscellaneous. WINTER. & CO., Chemists, have a vacancy for well-educated youth as Apprentice. A SERVANTS WANTED.—A Registry Office for Servants has been opened at Albany View, Lloyd Street. H. Higginbottom, Proprietor. MASSAGE AND ELECTRICITY — Relieves Rheumatism, Sciatica., Neuritis, and Nervous Complaints. Patients attended to in Llandudno and District.— Apply, Lloyd Williams, Masseur, 9, Mostyn Crescent. MR. W. BEZANT LOWE, M.A.. F.C.S., First-Class Honours, is prepared to take private pupils or to form Classes in Llandudno and District in Einglish, Mathematics, Classics, Modern Languages Natural Science, etc., and also to coach students for the Public Etxaminaltions.— Apply, Cae Carw, Llanfairfechan. BUYERS WANTED. Will it Shave? Yes better than the best .shaving instru- ment, we supply splendid patent Razor, three blades, free insurance, stropping handle. Free for 2s. 9d. Comet Riazor Co., F21 A. Exchange Buildinga, Liver- pool. RAPACIOUS RATS.—Relish Rodine, the never-failing Rat Poison. Safe, sure, speedy. Never fails. Complete clearance certain. Prices, 6d., Is., 2s., 3s.,and 5s. Post, 2d. T. Harley, Chemist, Perth. Agent Winter & Co, Chemists, Llandudno WANTED.—Apartments fur 2 ladies (private or farmhouse) in or about Llandfud.no, near sea. -Hildtred. Ivy House. Drain Side, N." Skirbeck, Borton. WANTED at once. Clean Stead: Girl.—Apply. Miss OTabtree, Roslyn, OM Road. BEDROOMS, including Board! foil- 2 Aveeks. from 13th August wanted for 5 or 6 ladies, not exceeding 25s. a week. Full pairiioulars to T' 23, Brighton Square, Rathgar, Dublin. WANTED.—FurnisihJed House for August, near pier. Bath. 3 bed riOiO ms. Not exceeding 3 guineas.—Apply, Knight, Shobnall, Burton-on- Trent. WANTED for 2 weeks, from July 22nd, board- residnce for gentleman, wife and cho'ld (aged 4) inclusive, near sea preferred. State lowest tmills to Hale, 604, High Road, Leytonstone, Essex. WANTED at once Honsemaild Waitress; also Girl 14. as help.—Appiljy,, "Hague," Chorlton Street, Llandudno. CONSULT MADAME, VESTA, the Scientific Palmist, and Clairvoyante, upon Life's Affairs.- Aberconway House, No. 1, Trinity Square (not at the Post Card Shop), Lla,nd.udno:. WANTED, 1st August, Good Plain Cook. Very little housework.—Apply, Mrs Brownfield, KenilwOTth. Abbey RJoad', Llandudno. WANTED at once a Smart Newspaper Lad. Winter employment.—W. H. Smith and Son. IMPORTANT TO MOTH,E,RS.-Every Mother who values the Health and Cleanliness of her child should use HARRISON'S 'i'WLIABLE' NURSERY POMADE. One application kills all Nits and Vermin, beautifies and strength- ens he Hair. In tins 4d.and 9d. Postage Id. Geo. W. Harrison, Chemist, Reading. Sold by Chemists. Agents for Llandudno:—J. Winter, 3, Mostyn Street: Deganwy. H. Rot,- T.^„q WALLPAPERS from 10. per Roll. Any quantity, large or small, wholesale prices. Stock exceeds 250,000 rolls all classes. Write for patterns, stating class required. (Dept. 130) BARNETT WALLPAPER Co., Ltd., Knott Mill, Manchester.
IN MEMORIAM. GRIFFITHS.—In loving memofy of our dear mother, Anne Griffiths, who died July 20th, 1909. aged 62 years.. A mother kind, a mother dear, A faithful friend while she was here But now she's gone to take her rest, We hope with Jesus she is blest. Nottingham Restaurant, Llandudno.
WITH THE ENTERTAINERS. CHURCHILL'S MINSTRELS. The fine weather has proved'mlost acceptable to Mr W. J. Churchill, proprietor of the Happy Valley Minstrels, for it has enabled him and his troupe. to give of their best. The J<arge ,auidici-iceis in the Happy Valley have proved that the popularity of Itjhe nlinetmls1 has in no way fallen off, which is not at alt surprising when the quality .of the entertainment given by Uncle WWie .and his merry troupe, is taken into consideration. The present troupe is one of the best ever controlled, by Mir Churchill. THE PIER BIOSCOPE Always to the fronit with best of animated pictures, MT S, Hughes, junr., has this week she.wn a masterpiece of the art in a picture. entitled "Thou ShaH Not." The subject dealt with is the prob"em of the marriage of con- sumptives now so much discussed, by the medical profession and health authorities. In addition a varied selection of humorous, dramatic and travel pictures are shewn, which are changed completely twice weekly. GRAND THEATRE. The Grand Theatre will be opened for the season on Monday night, when the well-known play, "Diana of Dobson's," will he given by Miss Lena Ashwell's Company. Of the p-ay it was reported in the "Llandudno Advertiser" of July 24th last year: "Diana, of Dobson's" came to Llandudno with the reputation, that it was a play ito see., and' the many hundreds of pea-sons who visited the Grand Theatre during the first three nights of this week agreed that it I thoroughly deserved the reputation it had gained as. a play which not only amused but pro- vided food for thought." Diana will be played by Miss Eva Leonard Boyne, daughter of Mr Leonard Boyne, the well-known actor (of "Raffles" Fame): "Clapt. Biretberton" will be played by Mr Briscoe Owen, and the caste generally has been strengthened1 since the last visit of the company to Llandudno,. For the Iseüoud half of the week the plays will be "A Pair of Spectacles" and "In the. Soup." MISS HORNIMAN'S COMPANY 10 VISIT THE; GRAND. On Thursday, July 28th (for three nights) we are to have a visit of the Company presented by Mr1 Edwin T. Heys, business manager of the. Gaiety Theatre, Manchester, in one of Bernard Shaw's most famous plays, "Oandida," "Candida" is one of rtihei teiries of three pleasant plays that includes "You Never Can Tell," and "Arms and the Man." It is de- scribed as a mystery and is concerned mainly with the contest between a level-headed, parson and an idealistic poet for the lOve of a beauti- ful woman..Such a theme. handle. with the originality of Bernard Shaw cannot fail to be entertaining. Throughout, the play scintillates with wit, the brilliancy of the diak'gu-e being absolutely dazzling. The humour is of a most refreshing 'kind, whilst, 'the touches of tender- nesis and love heighten the ihteirest very con- siderably. 'The .characterisation is drawn and the piquant situations are developed1 with un- erring skill. ,Such a play requires all-round excellence in interpretation, and it is with that end in view 'that the present. Company has been specially engaged, drawn in the main from. Miss Horni- man's .distinguished Company, with the addi- tion of the lovely young Irish actress, Miss Maire O'Neill. REVILL HALL & COMPANY. These capable entertainers make theia: home in a pavilion erected in the Hippodrome Gor- dens, and twice daily give amusing and in- teresting vaudeville entertainments. The artistes include Fred Nettleton (quaint comedian), Rosie Rae (dainty soubrette and dancer), Theo. Reed Penand (coon singer, dancer and speciality artiste), James Wilkinson (a baritone who has successfully appeared at many Scot,ch, Welsh and North of England concerts), Lucie Wilson, L.C.M., R.C.M. (pianist and accompanist) and the proprietor, Mr RevilD Hall. < < ROLLER SKATING. The management have arranged a, series of Cindearellas, masked seaside and farmyard car- nivals to take place on Wednesday nights until the end of the season. For these occasions an extension has been granted untiij eleven o'clock. Particulars of these will be given week by week in our advertising pages. The IHfippocljrome is open for three sessions daily, and the rink will be found one of the best appointed in the Kingdom. SEA TRIPS. The full service of steamers belongang to the fleet of the Liverpool ,and North Wales Steam- ship Company is now in ope rati* in for the sea- son,, and residents tin North Wales may under- take day excursions to Biackpo- Dougsllas, Liverpool, Carnarvon, and Holyhead., to which places a steamer proceeds for their conven- ience once a week or oftener. These, trips are in addition to. the regular daily ,service from Liverpooll to, Alenai Bridge and back by the principal vessel of the fie8!. La Marguerite. The ,coalst service lils exceptionally good this season, and the simaller steamers .-are run in such a way ,as to give connection at Llandudno with thie boats for the Isfje of Man a,iad, Black- pool. A. development of the travel facilitates in c.onnecton with the Company's steamers is the issuing of through pickets from Menai Bridge, Bangor, Beaumaris, and Llandhdinjo to Belfast at cheap rates. The passengers travel to Liver- pool by La Marguerite, aiitl from. Liverpool to Belfast by the Belfast Steamship Company's boat from the) Prince's LandSng: .Stage the same night, iretui-iting from Belfast at S p.m., and transferring .into the North Wales steamer at Liverpool the fallowing morning. Circular tour tickets are also issued to the Isle of Man and Liverpool in eo'-opefrati m wtth the Isle of Man Steam Packet Company. RIVER TRIPS. Large numbers of visitors have availed them- selves of the opportunity afforded by the steamers of the St. George Steamship Company to make a trip up the Conway River to Trefniw. The company is the oldest plying on the river, and thelir .steamers are most commodious and comfortable. L7iianduidno visitors travel by train 11" walk to Deganwy rto join the steamer. Tickets are only sold on board. Times of starting change to the state of the tide, the sailings this week being all in the afternoon. COACH TOURS. But very few resorts if any are so well pro- vided as Llandudno with touring facilities. The old-established Coaching Company has done much to make the town the centre for tourists, and the Company still holds its own against faster means of locomotion. The tours of the Company are are, arranged atc,onvenient times, morning, afternoon and evening, par- ticulars, of which may be obtained at the Com- pany's offices, Queen's Hotel Gardens. The places visited include Colwyn Bay, Bodnant Hall, Bettwsycoed, in addition to the longer loop tours round Snowdon. etc. MOTOR TOURS. The introduction of motor driven vehicles has opened out to Llandudno visitors the whole of North Wales. By means of the touring coaches of the Motor and Garage Company a vast expanse of delightful country may be covered in a atingle day. Pwlllheli, Criccieth, Llangollen, Abetrglaslyn, Beaumaris, Llanbeiis, Bethesda and St. Asaph, are among the towns visited, the longest tours being 115 miles and the shortest 50. Full particulars of each may be obtained at the Company's booking office, next dbior to the General Post Office, Vaughan Street, or at the Pier Gates.
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