I BORTH. POSTAL ARRANGEMENT: — Week-day <1< livery begins at 7 fc-ai and G 45 p.m. S .-nLys at 1-9 m. (july. Letter box closes on week days at 6-26 a.m. foraborystwyth an(I V alvv, at !> a.m. for Nirew-.bary apd Midhnds, and at 6 p. a- (¡l'1 parts). Sunday, 9-20 a.m. for Aberystwyth, 6 p.m. (all parts). Telegraph office opens iiuin 6 a.m. LL' Ö p.m. iSuu'iay from 8 w 10 a.m. :dia Wulkius, postmistress. THE BEACH.—The stretch of over four miles of firm sillds is unriva'led on the Welsh coast, landwards it is edged by the ridge of pebbles and greensward alongside of which for some distance lie the excellently-arraiged and well-kupt golf iinks of eighteen holes which attract so many players. Fishermen return year after year, some choosing to sport with the bass from the rojksat B,rth Point., others try their skill with the Dovey salmon, while others less ambitious are content to gain the courteous permission of Sir Pryse-Pryse, Bart., and fish the modest Lerry for trout. THE BATHING.—One of Borth's greatest attractions is its safe and pleasaut bathing. Many families prefer using their own little tents, but machines can bO hired. CLIMATE.—The late Dr Thring, headmaster of Uppingham School, wrote:—" I lived at Borth a whole year with my School from March, 1876, and have visited it summer after summer with my family since. I consider the climate of Borth the best I have ever known, fresh in summer and mild in winter, without being relaxing, and the place in all respects delightful to lovers of sea and country." BORTH, N E A R ABERYSTWYTH, THE A 1\/f T A \T XJ ATI IjlT faciDg Sea; four miles hard Sandy Beach. Late Dinner; French Chef.- XJL-1_»JL _D JlV A. JC\ Ul JZL \_z liliju, Inclusive Boarding Terms, from 6s. 6d. a day. HOHENBUKG, Proprietor.
rrAL Y LL Y N KAIL WAV FROM TOYVYIN TO AHEKGYNULWYN (NARROW GAUGE-2FT 3n) THE Terminus of the Railway, AB^RGYNOLAV YN, fornts a eOllyenientstarricgpointl JL fpr the ascent of CADEK. Ii)RIS and is only 3i miles fromt,nyc,rnel Hotel,TALYLLYN LAKE,! thus bringing the v sitor a mile nearer than a y other route. Other objects of interest in the immediate neighbourhood The Bryneglwys Slate Quarries, the village of Uanfihange!-y-Pen ant, most picturesque in its antiquity, with the celebrate BIRD ROCK and the ancient CASTELL-Y-BEKE (Bere Castle) clnse by. Fishing in Dolgoch Stre- n-i ID(I (hy ticket) in the river bet < een Talyllyn & Abergynolwyn. PENYBONT HOTEL, TALYLLYN. POSTAL ADDRESS—CORRIS, R.S.O. I ELEGRAPHIC ADDRESS—ABERGYNOLWYN. This Hotel, which is sittia-e at the west end of the far-famed Lak., is under new management. Toursis, isitors, and Cyclists will find every accommodation and comfort at rnoderat.. Guides for Cader l(iii 1 osting. L ke and River fishing free to Visitors at the Hotel ° THOMAS LLOYD Proprietor CO UK IS RAILWAY. CHARMING RIVER, LAKE, AND MOUNTAIN SCENERY. RAIL AND COACH TRIPS BY THE POPULAR ROUTE TO CADER IDRIS & TALYLLYN LAKE. CONVEYANCES TWICE DAILY BETWEEN CURRIS AND TALYLLYN LAKE. GOOD FISHING CENTKE 4. LlU, bEWIN, TROlT. CHEAP THROUGH TICKETS FROM PRINCIPAL CAMBRIAN STATIONS. Full t.rt c,i'ar:, Fares, tte, fr m M.srs WHEaTLEY CV SONS and Mr H. H. DAVIES, Photo- grapher..ABERYSTWYTH a,id MR JOHN EYdNs. Stationer, and Mrs ARNFIELD, Music Warehouse, BARMOUTH, ana Mi C. H. YOUNG. Phttogr pher. TOWYN, ABERDOVEY and DOLGELLEY.
LION HOTEL, MACHF N IJ T. T H First-class Hotel fir F-. Yir-i'r- aio Com- mercial EVERY ACCOMMODATE AN i > Omnibus meet:-i all Tram-. Putting i:i all its Hr;1,C'h. —: BILLT'xRDS ANGLERS' A- SPO't'TS M FN r, HEAD <V ALTERS. ED'vYAUD JONES lYo-i-ietor. General "Wine and Sp:vir Mor.-ijiaut. p.ottlerl Beer of P ■.«.>• nnd CIninr-,str.vt. -+- FOR NEWEST DESIGNS IN FIRE SCREENS BY THE BEST MAKERS, GO TO THE CAMBRIAN NEWS" ..4.-}..Lt .) ;.¡ -L -oJ t k Tot, h. 'Jt GRIFFITH P. WILLIAMS, THE EIFION" IRONMONGERY STORES. (Removed to New Premises, Corner ot the Green). FISHING TACKLE of every description JL for sea and river. Every information abuut the Fishing in the neighbourhood. Fishing Licences granted. CAMP STOOLS, WALKING S JICKS, CHILDREN'S BUCKETS, SPADES, &c. Splendid Assortment of Fancy Goods suitable for Presents. CYCLES. CYCLES on HIRE CYCLE ACCESSORIES BATHS, MAIL CARTS CRIBS, and STR^TCr-IKR BEDS 1/,) HIRE. CYCLES REPAIRED. Repairs of pvt-ry de-criptiou neatly and prompt'y executed. J. W. BOWEN, A.P.S. (Fr)m Dr Evans's, Dul Iiii, Chenrsr to H.R. H. the Prine of 'Ya'ps), CHEv: 1ST AND WINE MERCHANT, IJYJEDIOAL HALL, CRICCIETH, Estibii-shel 1S67. B A s S' S ALE. Gl- IN-NESS'S DUBLIN STOUT P.S.-All presorip'ions most carefully dispensed by the Prop ie or himself, v, h t;,i- h <.>t ye >rs of ;experience in the best fst^blWhmetits in Knaland and Ireland. Any articles not in ek procured at (lnce. Parcels from London daily. MR C. H. YOUNG S PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIOS AT DOLGELLEY,TOWYN, & ABERDOVEY Are well worth a visit They contain the latfst advantage? and improvements, and the work will he f-.iii,(i fullv er; inl to that produced ty the BEST LONDON ARTISTS. YERY LARGE SELECTION OF' VIEWS. DARK ROOM AND REQUISITES FOR THE USE OF AMATEURS, -C R I CC I El-H. MANCHESTER HOUSE. T3NERAL DRAPERY ESTABLISHMENT Sj-sciAiaTiT-s Welsh Giods, Genu's Outfiitiap and High-class Tailoring. Reliable CsDods a5 Moderate Prices. Wm. WILLIAMS. __0_ P. J. BOWEN, "TIlE STORES,' CRICCIETHj GENERAL GHOCER & PROVISION DEALER Agent for the Maziwattee Ceylon Teas. Dealer in all k;i)is of FANCY GOODS, with the View of Criccieth. CHILDREN'S SPADE, & BUCKETS, &c., &e. BEDFORD* PHOTO VIEWS. t v.*c R-,iet,, Balls. kc.. &c !.• t 1 • ieunis Club. TERRACE POST OFFICE.
r h I OLYN-Y-WEDDW HALL. VIEW OP ART (J-AL.LERY AND PLEASURE GARDENS now open (taken from the Grounds.)
PWLLHELI (pronounced Tooltiiely) is at the Terminus of the Cambrian Railway, in CamarvonsltivtVin the it cart of one < .f the. ruo-iii beautiful arid romantic, districts in Wild Wales. The Sands a stivl<h (If f'\ e. rNtruding from tlie Gimlet. Rock to Llanbedrog Head, The tide no\ er rej'j.les more Mi.mi ab'')Ut ot) .yard. and bathing .an be indulged in at all times of the day. Some idea of the braines;- ot the .sand 'may be gathered from the fact tbat. at times Cyclists are able to ride the entire distance "n the Beauh. Glyn-y-weddw, ttie large buill by the late Lady Love-Joites-Parry, is now converted into an Art Gallery and Pleasure Gardens, and is open to Visitors.. (.SV«-< Yv.iv.) This is one of the most charming and pieture5que spots in Wale. T1. stnnds at' the end of Lian bedrog Ray, in gtounds of about 50 acres, four rnilos from Pwllheli, with l.ieantiftd walks along the terraces in the gardens, and rustic paths in the woods on the side "f the mountain to the top, from where the I niiics aroind i- unsurpassed in tie couutrv, including a good view of St. Tudwul.s and i>ardsey Islands. It so sl.nslterod 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 Cox, S. Prout,, W. J. >1 tiller, Clarkson Stantieid, R.A., J. B. Pyne, J. Syer, T. M. Richad&oa, Copley Fielding, Sam Bough, J. Phillip, R.A., Carlo Maratti, D, Teniers, J. M. W.Turner, R. A., Sir E. Landseer, R.A., and other noted artists. |
< « VIEW OF SOUTH II. PWLLitELI Shoving Etirl Hotrl, Eqd-: 1
ALL VISITORS •! Hi It k i | i y N w iJ The Entra.nce Hall, 40 ft. square by G ft. hi hits se\ e gnific.i 1 stained-glass windows, of historic families. of architecture in the Gothic style, lighted by a fine dome in the centre. The Col lee ion of Paintings and Drawings foriii the fbnw ) i?! cv :'on j" Wa'cs. Refreshments in the mansion and all the grounds. 1 i \rt Gallerv and Grounds oJ, ior Season Tickets 2s to be obtrviuoJ at tm C?:aioe. Cardiff Read). A traimvay runs direct from Pwllheli along the -va vo ranee- of the grounds. A most beautiful and enjoyable drive of 4 nrles. i c-.tntn every u.i'-huiir. Fare 4d. all the v. av. Terms fo- 1- liool and Picnic Parties on applieatu Bardsey Island is also one ot the attractions, bebi. a-a- > L: ,Uy historical associations; sailing boats to convey parties tc the Island may be hired for a smait sum.
THE BAY, PWLLHELI
Walks and beautiful Drives are also a great feature in Pwllheli, and as a Cycling Centre no better could be desiscd. There is a good Oricket Ground provided, and the Links (9 hole course) were laid out under Professor Morris, of H->ylakf.' The Links arc WMHH 3 mviu! walk of the West End 1. no are under the sutv-nnt<"lidence of a Professioital, who will give lessons to beginners. W eekiv or Mont hi v Tickets way ;'M obtained from the Estate OtSce or the West End Hotel. For f a Fir-, ecu? ■ ae Season, and it will perform on the Parade daily in July, August, an-. pt-eitibs-t, 'forr.btg •• .ng. Free seat- ing accommodation on the We>t En.-( Purade for thot: t of visitors. I, •. /■■.moon the Baod v.ill generally be playing :n the Gr-jtvid? at Glyn-y-w Tourists' Ticket.- are i-sne-' i.-y n-nrly all Rail ;,T- i.IH- ra i full particulars, together of zl hiay ba ob" e "'ro/- Hon, "■ ?c Ph-r^vr? Parties Associauou, Pwllhc-li, <»• frou; j S. ANDREWS & SON'S E state Office, • i Cardiff Road, PwUheli. Telegrams—•' Cardi'iiaiij i.yilheh.r