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GENUINE HAND-LOOM WELSH TWEEDS AND LINSEYS. ROYAL EISTEDDFOD PATRONIZED BY M/ HER R0YAL HIGHNESS PRIZE MEDALS, jfef THE PRINCESS OF WALES, ABERYSTWYTH, 1865. B JSLj* J?'GENTRY"THROUGHOUT CHESTER. 1866. ENGLAND AND WALES. .JOHN MEYRICK JONES, MANUFACTURER OF WELSH WEBS AND TWEED CLOTHS, DOLGELL.EY. FLANNELS, LINSEYS. BLANKETS. PATTERNS SENT BY POST TO ANY ADDRESS. GOLDEN LION ROY A L HOTEL. THE COUNTY HOTEL," DOLGELLEY. Under entirely New Management. Decorated anct Re-Furnished throughout. Ladies' Drawing Room, Cottee Room, Buliards, Lawn Tennis. HORSES AND CARRIAGES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. Mountain Gaides and Ponies, Lock-up Coach-houses, Loose Boxes, ind Stalli for fifty Horses. TERMS—MODERATE. For tariff, apply to the Manager. OEIELTON HALL, ABERAMFFRA AND BELLE VUE, BARMOUTH. Aberamffra Grounds, extending over fifteen acres and commanding the finest views of the Estuary and Cuder Idria, are BEAUTIFULLY WOODED and Sheltered, provided with seats and level walks of over ^ABERAMFFRA has been newly furnished, decorated, and enlarged. nunrTVi^ BILLIARD SMOKING, AND RECREATION ROOMS. LAWN TENNIS GROUND. HOT AND COLD WATER THROUGHOUT. LARGE DINING HALL, SEPARATE TABLES. SANITARY ARRANGEMENTS CERTIFIED PERFECT. A few minutes' walk from the Station. BELLE VUE.-House nearest to the new Church, close to Station, Post Office, and Sands. HOT AND COLD WATER THROUGHOUT. SANITARY ARRANGEMENTS PERFECT. For Ternis-Daily, En pension, or Weekly—and all particulars, apply to TElE SECRETARY. LION HOTEL, BARMOUTH. COMMERCIAL, FAMILY, AND POSTING HOUSE. Ordinary daily at 1 o'clock. A well-appointed COACH, CHAR-A-BANC, will leave the above Hotel every other day for Dolgelley, Torrent Walk, and Tynygroes Waterfalls. Worthington's Ales and Dublin Stout in Bottles and Casks, Particulars on application at the Bar. W. JONES, Proprietor. ARNFIELD'S HOME OF MUSIC FOR MUSIC IN THE HOME, DOLGELLEY AND BARMOUTH, UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF MR PYEMONT, ORGANIST AND CHOIR MASTER, ST. JOHN'S CHURCH, BARMOUTH. OUR PRICES ARE BEYOND COMPETITION. OUR INSTRUMENTS GIVE UNIVERSAL SATISFACTION. THE MOST POPULAR MUSIC WAREHOUSE IN NORTH AND MID -W ALES. Apply for the numerous Testimonials from the Gentry, Clergy, Churches, Chapels, Intermediate and Board Schools. The greatest care is taken by personally selecting all PIANOS, HARMONIUMS, AND AMERICAN ORGANS so that a Reliable Instrument tpay always be depended on. .1 Our instruments are on hire hy the ROYAL NATIONAL EISTEDDFOD, BLAENAU FESTINIOG, and all the LEADING CHOIRS. COMPETENT TUNERS AND REPAIRERS SENT TO ALL PARTS. Publishers of the Popular Song, STAR OF HOPE (" Seren Gotaith"), in C andF., by Norman McLeod Jones, A.R.C.M.. London. English and Welsh Words. The well-known Easter Anthem MYFI YW'R ADGYFODIAD," M. W. Griffith, Mus. Bac. (Hen Nodiant, 4c; Sol Ffa, 2c.) English and Welsh Words. CHRIST A GYFODWYD," William Rees, Organist, St. Hilary, Trefilan (Hen Nodiant, 4c Sol Ffa, 2c.) —"——— All communications to ARNFIELD'S, DOLGELLEY. CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS. EVERY THURSDAY UP TO SEPTEMBER 22nd, WEEKLY & FORTNIGHTLY EXCURSIONS WILL BE RUN TO LONDON, OXFORD, LEAMINGTON, BANBURY, WARWICK, COVENTRAD KENILWORTH FROJ WREXHAM, ELLESMERE OSWESTRY, MONTGOMERY, NEWTOWN. LLANIDLOES, BUILTH WFIT <3 RHAYADER, MACHYNLLETH, BORTH, ABERYSTWYTH, ABERDOVEY. TOWYN 'DOLGELLEY BARMOUTH, HARLECH, PORTMADOC, CRICCIETH AND PWLLHELI Also ON EVERY WEDNESDAY UP TO SEPTEMBER 21st similar EXCURSIONS WILL BE RUN FROM LONDON, OXFORD Jcc., to the Cambrian Stations named above. For full particulars as to Train Times and Fares see Bills. NEW EXPRESS SERVICE BETWEEN LONDON, MANCHESTER, &c., AND CAMBRIAN COAST.—The Service between London Birmin^ Leeds, Liverpool. Mancheet»r and th«> Cambrian C^a«t for JULY. AUGUST, and SEPTEMBER is a» und#»r am' a in am aw am am- p. ill p m a m am a m TTH" HTT!—1—" London (Euston) dept| 5 15 9 30 10 25 1 30 10 0 Pwllheli dept 7 15 10 10 11 l-j j (Paddtnsrton) „ 12cl0 9 30 9 50 1 30 6 50 Port'uadoc „ 7 55 10 4s 1] 45 .J Biriuinghata (New-street) 7 2o 11 35 12 30 3 35 11 42 Barmouth 8 35 11 40 12 30 1' t, (Snow-hill) ti 0 8 30 12 4 12 48 4 28 10 25 Aberystwyth 7 30 S 50 12 5 12 45 -> i r ]■ Leeds •• 0 0 8 55 10 5 2 10 9 30 Liverpool (Lime-street) arr 2 n 2 0 5 50 7 25 s ■>(! i-? Manchester (London-road) 8 35 10 45 11 50 3 30 [12 0 Manchester (London-road) 2 o 2 0 5 45 7 1, w ~r r Liverpool (Lime-street) 8 15 10 30 11 50 3 25 11 55 Leeds Jf 3 40 3 40 8 20 10 25 r-4 Aberystwyth arr 11 35 2 15 3 35 4 20 5 25 9 35 7 O Birmingham (Snow Hill) 12 15 2 38 5 411 r'-w Barmouth „ 11 55 2 30 3 50 4 35 6 7 7 20 „ (New-street) 2 3D 2 30 7 5 7 Por'madoo 1 17 3 30 5 18 5 18 6 53 10 14 London (Paddingtou) 3 80 5 20 8 45 10 ik Pwllheli 20 4 20 5 45 5 45 7 35 10 55 (Euston) „ 3 45 5 15 8 45 10 "0 s ",<i c-ot, on Monday Mornins, — Arrives on Sunday mornings at 10-10 a.m. CHEAP DAY TICKETS (1st and 3rd Class) Are issued DAILY between all Stations 00 the Cambrian Coast including Mfchvnlleth and Dolgt-Iley from JULY 1st to SEPTEMBER 30th. CHEAP WEEK END and TEN DAYS' TICKETS are issued THROUGHOUT THE YEAR from all the Principal Stat.ons'iu England (except London) to the Cambrian Coast and Wells and certain Inland Stations, on every Friday and Saturday al«o WEEK END TICKETS are issued from all the Cambrian Principal Stations on every Friday and Saturday to LIYERPOOL, MANCHESTER, BIRMINGHAM, and other large Centres" PICNIC AND PLEASURE PARTIES.—TICKETS at reduced Fares are issued (with limitations) at all Cambrian Stations to parties of not less than 6 First Class or 10 Third Class Passengers desirous rt making Pleasure Excursions to places on or adjacent to this Railway. Single Fares for double journey will be charged for parties of 30 First Class, or 50 Third ClaR Passengers. To obtain these Tickets application must be made to Mr W. H. Gough, Superilitendert of the Line, Oswestry, or at any of the Stations, not lees than 3 days before the day of the Excursion. RAIL AND COACH EXCURSIONS. Excursions by Rail and Coach are run Every Wepk Day, June. lJjI to September 30th, Mochras I-lann, Fiom the Cambrim Coast Stations and flom certain Inland Stations to Llanvmawddwy Falls, Abf rsoch, Nevin, Precipice Walk | Talyllyn Lake, &e.via Towyn and via Corris Cadt-r Idris, lorrvnt Walk j- via Dolgelley Corri?, Cataract Waterfall, Tynygroes J Cwmmaiadr and Waterfall, Devil's Bridge, Beddgelert, via Portmadoc, Llyfnant Valley, Dysynni Valley, Cwmbychan Lake, via Llanbedr and Pensarn Snowdon, Dolgoch Waterfall, Bettws-y coed, via Portmadoc, Tanybwlch, Glaspwll Cascade, J Happy Valley, via Aberdovey, Maentwrog, Nantgwillt (Birmingham Waterworks) And to Lake Vyrnwy, Dinas Mawddwy, and Bwlchoerddrws Pass, on days shown in Rail and Coach Tour Programme. For full particulars see Tourist Programme, Rail and Coach Tour Programme and Bills, to be had at Stations, or on application to Mr W H. Gough, Superintendent of the Line, Oswestry. C. S. DENNISS, General Manager

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