BORTH, NEAR ABERYS T WY T H. THE ri A i\/rT> r> I \T I IRVN^R facing Sea four miles hard Sandy Beach. Late Dinner French Chef. I _DX\J.1^1 XjL\ I ri I Inclusive Boarding Terms, from 6s. 6d. a day. HOHENBU KG, Proprietor.
TALYLLO li AIL WAY FROM TOWYIN TO ABEliGYNOL WYN| R* i> p r G D A T T WT A (NARROW GAUGE —2FT SIX). J- -TV A J- L VV A PHE Terminus of the Railway, AB^RGYNOLWYN, forms a convenient star-ing point! r -p, T I frr the ascent of ''ADER IijRIS and is only 3J miles from T-nyc rnel Hotel,TALYLLYN LAKEJ CHARMlNG RIVER, LAKE, AND MOUNTAIN SCENERY. n,u- Kringi'ig the visitor a mile nearer than ay other route. Other objects of i„t-rest in the immed, ate' RAIL AND COACH TRIPS BY THE POPULAR ROUTE TO ig bourho< d The Bi yneglwys blate Qu «rries. the village of Llanfihanye'y Pen an', m pictnrf-sque A T\ li1 "O TT*\ T*) T PI O 111 TT" ■ w< -m-i- m n .t» antiquity, with the cdcbnite BIRD ROCK and the ancie.t CASTELL-Y-BERE (Ber,- Castle) VXlUiJiX li/JXiu OC X A I I X J-jJLl JL JN I ■/V K H, 1 se by. Fishing in Dolgoch Stre m ml ('>y ticket) in the river bet een Talyllyn <fc Abergy nohvyn. .—.1 CONVEYANCES TWICE DAILY BETWEEN CORRIS AND TALYLLYN L4.KE PENYBONT HOTEL, TALYLLYN. GOOD FISHIXG CEXTHE SALMON, SEWIN, TROUT. \(-)I" POSTAL ADDRESS—CORRIS, R.S.O. 'J ELEGRAPHIC ADDRESS ABERGYNOLWYN. CHEAP THROUGH TICKETS FROM PRINCIPAL CAMBRIAN STATIONS. This Hotel, which is situa e at the west end of the far-famed L.ik 'S under i;ew mnia^ment Full P.T N.J, c ( TT TH-] Tourists, Visitors, and Cyclists will find .very accommodateand eomfo.t at n.ode.at, charges. erfi W I'V^inHY n* x? and^r^-H- NAVIES. Photo- Guides for Cautr Idri, Costing. L»k and Rmr filing free to Visitois at the Houl. H ni rSv ) p H ARNFIELD, Music & 8 aieh. USP, KARMOLIH, ann Mt C. H. YOUNG, Phcto^r.phn r, TOWYN, ABERDOVFV AND THOMAS LLOYD Pronrietor DOLGELLEY. 1 AJSHKIJUN Jil, and
1 LION HOTEL, MACHYNLLETH. First-class Hotel for Fa-nilies, Visitors, aid Com- mercial Gentlemen. EVERY ACCOMMODATION AND CONVENIENCE. Omnibus meets all Tr;Lm. Posting in all its Branches. —: BILLIARDS | ANGLERS' & SPORTS .MEN'S HEAD QUARTERS. EDWARD JONES, Proprietor. General Wine and Spirit Merchant. bottled Beer of and G win nest's Stout, OL.8. FOR N EW, EST JQESIGNS IN FIRE SCREENS BY THE BEST MAKERS, GO TO THE 41 CAMBRIAN NEWS" STORES, GRIFFITH P. WILLIAMS, i THE" EIFION" IRONMONGERY STORES, (Removed to New Premise., Corner of the Green). FISHING TACKLE of every description JL for sea and river. Every information about the Fishing in the neighbourhood. Fishing Licences granted. CAMP STOOLS, WALKING STICKS, 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 every description neatly and promptly executed. J. W. BOWEN, A.P.S, (From Dr Evans's, Dublin, Chemist to H.R. H. the Princu of Walps) CHEMIST AND WINE MERCHANT, JUDICAL IIALL, CRICCIETH, Estiblishel 1867. B A S S' S ALE. GL INNESS'S DUBLIN STOUT P.S.-All prescriptions most carefully dispensed by the Proprietor himself, who ha" hid yeirs of experienee in the best establishments in England and Ireland. Any articles not in -,t- -k procured at once. Parcels from London daily. MO. H. YOUNG'S PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIOS AT DOLGELLEY, TOWYN, & ABERDO VEY Are well worth a visit They contain the latest advantages and improvements, and the work will be found fullv to that produced by the BEST LONDON ARTISTS. VERY LARGE SELECTION OF VIEWS. DARK ROOM AND REQUISITES FOR THE USE OF AMATEURS. -CRICCIETH.- MANCHESTER HOUSE. GENERAL DRAPERY ESTABLISHMENT SPECIALITIES Welsh Goods, Gent's Outfitting and High-class Tailoring-. Reliable Goods at Moderate Prices. WM. WILLIAMS. i I I P. J. BOWEN, "THE STORES," CRICCIETH' GENERAL GROCER & PROVISION DEALER Agent for the Mazawattee Ceylon Teas. Dealer in all k;,nls of FANCY GOODS, with the View of Criccieth. CHILDREN'S SPADES & BUCKETS, &c., &c. BEDFORD'S PHOTO VIEWS. Agent for SUizenger's Racquets, Balls, &c., &c Visitors' Tickets to the Tennis Club. MARINE TERRACE POST OFFICE. -=-=====-========-=-==-==-=- TO NORTH WALES Should go to PWLLHELI. PWLLHELI (pronounced Poolthely) is situated at the Terminus of the Cambrian Railway, in Carnarvonshire, in 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 Rwk to).Jan- bedrog Head. The tide never recedes more than about 50 yards, and bathing can be indulged in at all times of the day. Some idea of the firmness of the sand mav 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 HOW converted into an Art Gallery and Pleasure Gardens, and is open to Visitors. (See View.) This is one of the most charming and picturesque spots in Wales. It starnls at the end of Llanhedrog Ray, in grounds of about 50 acres, four miles from Pwllheh. 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 where the uninterrupted view for miles around is unsurpassed in the country, including a good view of St. Tudwals and Bard-ev 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. Muller, Clarkson Stanfield, R.A., J. B. Pyne, J. Syer, T. M. Richadscn, Copley Fielding, Sam Bough, J. Phillip, R.A., Carlo Maratti, D. Triers, J. M. W. Tamer, It.A., Sir E. Lmdseer, R.A., and other noted artists. The Entrance Kail, 20 ft. square by 3G ft. high, lias several magnificent stained-glass windows, embracing coats-of-arms of historic families. The roof is a very fj,\(' piece of architecture in the Gothic style, lighted by a fine dome in the centre. The Collection of Paintings and Drawings form the finest public collection in Wales. Refreshments in the mansion and on the grounds. Admission to both Art Gallery and Grounds 6d. <or Monthly Season Tickets 2s.,) to be obtained at the QfliQe, Cardiff Road.
A tramway runs direct from Pwllheii alonsr the sea coast to the entrance of the grounds. A most beautiful and enjoyable drive uf over miles. Cars run every half-hour. Fare 4d. all the way. Terms for School and Picnic Parties on application. Bardsey Island is also one ot the attractions, noted for its many historical associations sailing boats to convey parties tc the IsHn:! mav be hired for a small sum. I Walks and beautiful Drives are also a gre,- feature in Pwllheli, and as a Cycling Centre no better could be desired. There is a good Cricket Ground provided, ",1 the Golf Links (9 hole course) were laid out under Professor Morris, of Hovlake. The L'-nks are within 3 minutes' walk of the West End Hotel, and are undd" the supr-nr;- dence of a Professional, who will give lessons to beginners. Weekly or Monthly Tie* s may be biained from the Estate Oilice or the West End Hotel. For the Season.—The services of a First-class Ba i.i have bee. secured for the Season, and it will perform on the Parade daily in J uV. L ist, and S piember, morning and evening. Free seating accommodation on the W.F d Parade for thousands of visitors. In the afternoon the Band will generally be in the I;i,iuiids at Glyn-y- weddw. Tourists' Tickets are issued by nearly all Railway C des at cheap rates, and full particulars, together with lia-t ot npar;mtnts, etc., may fled fl; the Hon. Secre- tary, Pleasure Parties Association P\v]lheli, or from S. ANDRBWS & S'ON'¡3. i te Of;,?o, Ri • s Pwllheli. i' .ilf" Telegrams—" OardiSran. Pwllheli." <:1
BORTH. POSTAL ARRANGEMENT?.—Week-day delivery begins at 7 a.m. and (j 45 p.m. S .imLys at 10 a.m. only. Letter box closes on week days at 6-26 a.m. for Aberystwyth and South Wales, at 9 a.m. for Shrewsbury and Midlands, and at 6 p.m. (all parts). Sunday, 9-20 a.m. for Aberystwyth, 6 p.m. (all Parts). Telegraph office opens from 8 a.m. to S p.m. Sunday from S to 10 a.m. Mrs Watkins, postmistress. THE BEACH.—The stretch of over four miles of firm sands 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-arranged and well-kept golf links of eighteen holes which attract so many players. Fishermen return year after year, some choosing to sport with the bass from the rouks at Borth 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 be 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."