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POSTAL ARPAN(;EIIF,-NTI. %I'cck- day delivery begins -t 7 '«• >'1 0 45 p.m S I y", at 10 »v. Lett r ¡'ox closes nn n-eek (iay, at 6-26 a.m. for Aberystwyth and South Wales, at 9.a. m. for Shrew ■ I)- ry a • w I M <11 n.-s. 1 (at j a*t>). Sunday, \J.I) a.m. for At»ei*ystw> th, 6 p.m. (all paruB). Telegraph office opens from 8 a.m. to S p.m. S u ay from S t 1O, m..Mis Watk.hu-, s-t esv THE BEACH.—The stretch of over fcur miles of firm s 1t<h i- unriva le 1 on the VYels-i coast, lnniwa ds i i. eda-d by the ridge >F pchlles and greensward alongside of which for some distance lie the excell-ntly-ana g. d a id well-k p- golf inks d ei,mlti, e;, holes which attr,tct so many players. Fishermen return year after year, some choosing to sport witn the i-ns m m t rn ks at B Ith Point;, others trv thei' skill with tht Dovey salmon, while others less ambitious are content to gain the courteous permission o Sir Piysf-Pryse, 1;,Ht., a ,r! fish the 111 i«l-t L, ri-y for trout. THE BATHING.—One of Borth's greatest attractions is its site and pleasa t thing. Many famili, s pref, r u-ing their own little tents, but machines can be hired. CLIMATE. The late Dr Thring, headmaster of Uppingham School, wrote I lived at Pnrtii a w hole year with my School fro HI March, JSïfi, and have visited it summer after summer with my family stoce. I com.ider th.. clil"at of Burth the bst I ba\'e (:er known, fresh in summer am ii.il(I m winter, without being relaxing, and the place in all respects delightful to lovers of sea and country." BORTll, NEAR ABERYSTWYTH. THE A 1\,1DT) T \T I I rVn? I facing Sea four miles hard Sandy B^ach. Late Dinner French Chef. \_7 fx j\ 8 If 1X1 >CJL H v_y I tJ I Inclusive Boarding Tiinio. from 6 s. 6d. a day. 11 E N B U R Cx, Proprietor.
TALYLLO KAILWAY FROM TOWYIN TO A13EKGVNOLVV N (NARROW GAUGE—2FT SIX). THE Terminus of the Railway, AB^RGYNOLWYN, forms a cor.venient staring pnmtj for the ascent of OADER IDRIS and is only 3^ miles from Tynyoruel Hotel, TALYLLYIN LHKE, 4 thus bringing the v sitor a mile nearer than a:,y other route. Other objects of int-rest in the immei a'e neighbourhood-The Bryneglwys Slate Quarries, the village of Uanfihange'y-Pen ant, nrs' p cturt-Mjue in its antiquity, witn the celebrate I BIRD ROCK and the ancient CASTELL-Y-BERE (Beiv Custie) close by. Fishing in Dolgoch Stre m HJKI (by ticket) in the river between Talyllyu & Abergynohyo. PENYBONT HOTEL, TALYLLYN. POSTAL ADDREss-CORIUS. R.S.O. ELEGRAPHIC ADDRESS—ABERGYNOLWYN. This Hotel, which is situa'e at the west end of the far-famed Lak-, is under new minag-ment. z, Tour-stp, Visitors, and Cyclists will find <-v<. 1 y accommodation and comfort at moderato cn;irges. Guides for Cantor I(] i i .I osting. L k. and River fishing free to Visitors at the Hotel. THOMAS LlOYD. Proprietor CORRIS RAILWAY. CHARMING RIVER, LAKE, AND MOUNTAIN SCENERY. RAIL AND COACH TRIPS BY THE POPULAR ROUTE TO CADER IDRIS & TALYLLYN LAKE. CONVEYANCES TWICE DAILY BETWEEN CORRIS AND TALYLLYN LAKE. GOOD FISHIXG CENTRE. SALMON, SEWIX, TROUT. CHEAP THROUGH TICKETS FROl PRINCIPAL CAMBRIAN STATIONS. Fun Pa r t cn'ar-, Farep. < tc., frun Messrs WHEATLEY & SONS and Mr H. H. DA VIES, Photo- grapher. ARERYSTWYTH a. d MR JOHN EVaNS, Stationer, and Mrs ARNFIELD, Music Warehf.us-, BARMOUTH, anu Mi C. H. YOUNG. Phttographtr, TOWYN, ABERDOVEY. and DOLGELLEY.
i LION HOTEL, MACHYNLLUTH. I First-class Hotel for Fa nilit-y, Visitors, and Com- mercial Gentlemen. EVERY ACCOMMODATION ANI) CONVENIENCE. Omnibus meets all Train*. Posting in all its Branches. —: BILLIARDS :— ANGLERS' & SPORTSMEN'S HEAD QUARTERS. EDWARD JONES, Proprietor. General Win- nnd Sp;rit Merchant. Bottled Beer of Bass and Gninnes-'s stout. FOR N EWEST DESIGNS IN FIRE SCREENS BY THE BEST MAKERS, GO TO THE "CAMBRIAN NEWS" STORES, GRIFFITH P. WILLIAMS, THE "EIFION" IRONMONGERY STORES, (Removed to New Premises, Corner 01 the Green). FISHING TACKLE of every description F for sea and river. Every information about the Fishing in the neighbourhood. Fishing Licene-a granted. CAMP STOOLS, WALKING S3 ICRS, CHILDREN'S BUCKETS, SPADES, &c. Splendid Assortment of Fancy Goods suitable for Presents. CYCLES, CYCLES on HIRE, CYCLE ACCESSORIES, BATHS, MAIL CARTS, CRIBS, and STRETCHER BEDS on HIRE. CYCLES REPAIRED. Repairs of evt ry de-cription neatly and prnmptly t.('I1' prl, J. W. BOWEN, A.P.S (From T)r Evans's, Dublin, Chemis, to H.R.H. the Prince "f Waif), CHE VIST AND WINE MERCHANT, m EDICAL HALL, CRICCIETH, Estibishel 1S67. B A.SS'S ALE. GL INNESS'S DUBLIN STOUT P.S. — All prescrip ions most carefully dispensed by the Prop ie or himself, who has had ye<rs of experience in the best establishments in England and Ireiiii) i. Any ;irt!cles not In st-,t;k procured at once. Pare I" ♦r -m T ,• n'^nn rlsii]r. MH C. H. YOUNG'S PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIOS AT DOLGELLEY, TO WYN, & ABERDOVEY Are well worth a visit They contain the latest advantages and improvements, and the work will he f('lllld fullv CJ'l,l to that produced by the BEST LONDON ARTISTS. VERY LARGE SELECTION OF VIEWS. DARK ROOM AND REQUISITES FOR THE rsK OF AMATEURS. -CRICCIETH.- MANCHESTER EOUSE. GENERAL DRAPERY ESTABLISHMENT SPECIALITIES: Welsh Goods, Gem's Outfitting and High-class Tailoring. Reliable Goods at Moderate Prices. WM. WILLIAMS. P. J. BOWEN, THE STORES," CRICCIETHj GENERAL GROCER A PROVISION DEALER Agent for the Mazawattee Ceylon Teas. Dealer in all kinds of FAKCY GOODS, with the View of Criccieth. CHILDREN'S SPADES & BUCKETS, &c,. fee. BEDFORD'S PHOTO VIEWS. Agf nt f r Slazenger's Racquets, Balls, &c., &c Visitors' Tickets to the Tennis Club. MARINE TERRACE POST OFFICE. GLYN-Y-WEDDW HALL. VIEW OF ART GALLKRY AND PLEASURE GARDENS now open (taken from the Grounds ) PYYLLHELl (pronounced Poolthely) is situated at the Terminus of the Cambrian Railway, in Carnarvonshire, iti the heart of one of the most beautiful and romantic districts in Wild Wales. The Sands cover a stretch of five miles, extending from the Gimlet Rock to Llanbedrog Head. The tide never recedes more than about 30 varus, and bathing can be indulged in at all times of the day. Some idea of the firmness of the sand may be gathered from the fact that at times Cyclists are able to ride the entire distance on the Beach. Glyn-y-weddw. the large mansion built by the late Lady Love-Jones-Parry, is now converted into an Art Gallery and Pleasure Gardens, and is open to Visitors. (Sea View.) This is one of the most charming and picturesque spots in Wales. It stands at the end of Llan- m bedrog Bay, in grounds of about 50 acres, four miles from Pwllheli, with beautiful walks along the terraces in the gardens, and rustic paths in the woods on the side of the mountain to the top, from "^bere the uninterrupted view for miles around is unsurpassed in the country, including a good view of 3t, Tud'.vals and Bardsev Islands. It is so sheltered that camellias and other delicate trees and shrubs are grown in the open all the year round. The Art Gallery contains over 400 very fine Paintings and Drawings by p, De Wint, David Ccx, S. Prout, W. J. Yiuller, Clarkson Stanfield, R.A., J. B. Pyne, J. Syer, T. M. Richadson, Copley 0 1 Fielding, Sam Bough, J. Phillip, R.A., Carlo Maratti, D. Teniers, J. M. W.Turner, R. A., Sir E. Lsn&eer, R.A., and other noted artists. VIEW OF SOUTH BEACH. PWLLHi: Shotting 1 Vext End Hotel, Eni'lni.ndi', tud ("ll"¡;f /nrid. 1- ALL VISITORS TO NORTH WALES The Entrance Hall, 10 ft. square* by 30 ft. high, has M*v<-ral srain'-o- L.S wijidov-, embracing coats-of-arms of historic families. The r ^of i a very jut•<• 1 ar.-hu-.« i >trt 1P Gothic style, lighted by a fine dOInt. in the eentn*. I he Collectior. of Paintings and Drawings form the finest public iou .in WuV. Refreslnnentf; in the mansion and on the grounds. Admission to bo: u A:; :i/1.J (.ro.i!r,l- 6d. lor Monthly Season Tickets 2s-. to be obtained at the Office, Ca; djff Roa,d A tramway runs direct from Pwllheli the sea coi-t to the. entraof :>i«• r"J', most beautiful and enjoyable dr-i%,e J miles. Cars run every half hoio. i''ar<- ¡, ;1]: the Terms tor School and Picnic Parties on application. Bardsey Island is also one of the atttactions, being noted for its m Tiy iii-torieal a.-social: sailing boats to convey parties to the Island may be hired for a small sum, THE L p-VLUiELI. Walks and beautiful Drives it. Pv. !lh"li. ■ id u* ;l Cycling C-mtre !:(I ;»■ i u There is a gocd Cricket; Ground 11.¡i course) were laid ,1:] l^-iircs-i") Mo: "v Ho\ :ik« *v;trii:i ■> minuti> 'k of the West- End I.i'-i- i-f 'i' ;'i" -!i]>*■■■ iht*-11(U-iic-' ',r >' 'f'"s- <"1i. iviii. wi!i .c^soiis to beginners. XA k y «.!• Mi.idiilv 'I'icKei- may l.>e .1 »t i <<•-«! fi'-ir. !• l"ue < oj \'7 .— t End Hotel. For the Season Th" ie«- "f a Land haw o« -eeui-•. tor Season, and it wo p:oi)c; ii!' h-* 1 ';i r;iO< nsrv in •' 11 y. -V.uifii'-t. -Hid em's:<r. )>:■ t,*ii-ii! c a;, d e" ,>g. Pree sGSkb* in.' i■:•■ ■)11111, j;t.V! i.-ji the c-l End J'a rri-tt* f^r n; <jf i isito* In '(■'•• !*i-i;C'n the Band win £ :'1,¡i ] »'la 11L :'1 lil" ;r":iJHII :¡.).i; full ular% *«:og»?i h»*r w::}| ot apart <to.. be 'ibtamed fron lie Hon- >i *-iarv, Pleasure Parties X-i,M i'u li, fl:' t'I! S. ANDREW S 81 SON:3 Estate Office, Gardiif Road, Pwllheli, T,iVi.s- —■