I "The Cardigan Bay Visitor" Contains full and correct List of Visitors, Local and General News, and Views of Criccieth, Barmouth, Aberystwyth, &c., &c. PRICE ONE PENNY. Sold by Mr. John Evans, Glanymor House, Barmouth W. H. Smith & Sons, Bookstall; Mrs. Arnfleld, Stationer; Mr. Owen Jones, I > Stationer, Beach Road, and at the >, Camb-rian News" Offices, Church Street, Barmouth, and Terrace Road, Aberystwyth. JOHN JAMES & Co., LONDON AND PROVINCIAL STORES, 32 & 34, TERRACE ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH. i GROCERS, TEA, WINE, SPIRIT, & PROVISION MERCHANTS. | Sole Agents for | Bass & o. s Celebrated Burton Ales and Stouts. Families and the Trade supplied in 9 and 18 Gallon Casks, in Pint and Half-Pint Bottles. LONDON AND PROVINCIAL TEA, WINE, AND SPIRIT STORES, TERRACE ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH. AGENTS FOR W. & A. GILBEY'S WINE AND SPIRITS. MORGAN & CO., WINE AND BOTTLED ALE MERCHANTS, Little Darkgate Street, ABERYSTWYTH. One Minute from Pier. I ■ ~—• I CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS. EVERY THURSDAY UP TO SEPTEMBER 221711. WEEKLY & FORTNIGHTLY EXCURSIONS WILL BE RUN TO LONDON, OXFORD, LEAMINGTON, BANBURY, WARWICK, COVENTRY, AND KENILWORTH FROM WREXHAM, ELLESMERE, OSWESTRY, MONTGOMERY, NEWTOWN. LLANIDLOES, BUTLTH WELLS. RHAYADER, MACHYNLLETH, BORTH, ABERYSIWYTH, ABERDOVEY, TOWYN, DOLGELLEY. BARMOUTH, HARLECH, PORTMADOC, CRICCIETH AND PWLLHELI. Also ON EVERY WEDNESDA Y UP TO SEPTEMBER 21st similar EXCURSIONS WILL BE RUN FROM LONDON, OXFORD, Ac., 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, Birmingham, Leeds, Liverpool. Manchester and the Cambrian Coa-t for JULY, AUGUST, and EPTEIBER is as u!1<r :am ami aui am1 ami pjin pm am am am pai p m London (Eastern) dept, 5 15 9 30 10 25 1 30 10 u Pwllheli dept 7 15 10 10 11 ].'> 4 o „ Paddington) 12cl0 9 30 9 50 1 30 ti 50 Portmadoc „ 7 55 10 48 11 45 4 :«i Birmingham (New-street) 7 20 11 35 12 30 3 35 11 42 Barmouth „ 8 35 11 40 12 3'» )" 5 33 (Snow-hill) „ 6 0 8 30 12 i 12 48 4 28 10 25 Aberystwyth 7 30 8 50 12 5 12 45 i K, (j <, Leeds 6 0 | 8 55 10 5 2 10 9 30 Liverpool (Limr-street) arr 2 n 2 f» 5 50 7 2." 2" 12 4'' Manchester (London-road) „ 8 35 10 45 11 50 3 30 12 0 Manchester (London-road) 2 o 2 (» 5 45 7 15 '1 5 Liverpool (Lime-street) 8 15 10 30 11 50 3 25 11 55 Leeds 3 40 3 40 t> 20 In 25 5*47 Aberystwyth arr 11 35 2 15 3 35 4 20 5 25 9 86 7 o Birmingham (Snow Hill) „ 12 15 2 38 5 4- 7 22 Barmouth 11 55 2 36 3 50 4 35 6 T 7 20 (Stw-street) 2 3" 2 HO 7 5 7 55 2 32 Por'.madoo 1 17 3 30 5 18 5 IS 6 53 10 14 London (Paddington) :•> 30 5 20 45 o 4*, Pwllheli 2 0 4 20 5 45 5 45 7 35 10 55 „ (Euston). 3 45 5 15 15 in -jn 50 c-ot, on Monday Mornings. -Arrives on Sunday mornings "t 10-10 a.m. CHEAP DAY TICKETS (1st and 3rd Class) Are issued DAILY between all Stations on the Cambrian Coast including Machynlleth and Dolgt-lley from JULY 1st to SEPTEMBER :;üth. CHEAP WEEK END and TEN DAYS' TICKETS are issued THROUGHOUT THE YEAR from ati the Prircipal Stations in Engiaud (except London) to the Cambrian Coast and Wells and certain Inland Stations, on every Friday and Satuiuay also WEEK END TICKETS are issued from all the Cambrian Principal Stations on every Friday and Saturday to LIVERPOOL, MANCHESTEK, BIRMINGHAM, and ether large Centres. PICNIC AND PLEASURE PARTIES.—TICKETS at reduced Fares are issued (with cert iu limitations) at all Cambrian Stations to parties of not less than 6 First Class or 10 Third Class Passengers desirous of making Pleasure Excursions to plaees on or adjacent to this Railway. Single Fares for double journey will be charged for parties of 30 FiriA Class, or 50 Third Cla;.s Pusseutzt i s. To obtain these Tickets application must be made to Mr W. H. Gough, Superintendent of the Line, Ossvestry, or at any of the Stations, not less that! 3 days before the day of the Excursion. RAIL AND COACH EXCURSIONS. Excursions by Rail and Coach are run Every Week Day, June to X-ft?ruber 30th, Mochras Island, From the Cambrian Coast Stations and from certain Inland Stations io Lian-yinawddwy Falls, AbErsocb, Nevin, Precipice W, alk ialyllyn Lake, &c., via Tuwyn and via Coai* Cader Idris, Torrent Walk J- via Dolgelley Coir<s, Cataract Waterfall, Tynygroes j Cwrnri'.aiadr and Waterfall, Devil's Bridge, Beddgelert, via Fortmadoc, LKfnant Valley, Dysynni Valley, Cwmbyehan Lake, via Llanbedr and Pensarn Su-.wdon, Dolgoch Waterfall, Bettws-y coed, via Portmadoc, Tauybwlch, Glaspwll Cascade, Happy Valley, via Aberdovey, Maeutwrrg, Nai tg^illt (Birmingham WaTi^orku), And to Lake Vyrnwy, Dinas Mawddwy, and Bwlchoerddrws Pass, oa days shown in Rail and Coach Tour Programme. For full particulars see Tourist Programme, Rail and Coach Tour Programme and Bills, tu be had at Stations, nr on application to Mr W. fi Gough, Superintendent of the Line, Oswestry. 0. S. DENNISS, General Manager.
^■ a———■■ TO VISITORS TO VISITORS. WITHOUT A DOUBT MORTON S BOOT STORES, KNOWN BY THE NAME OF DICBTS, 12, GREAT DARKGATE STREET, ABERYSTWYTH, Are now complete with the Finest Stock of Boots, Shoes, and Slippers for the Season that it is possible to produce. DICK'S stand pre-eminent in the BOOT and SHOE TRADE for Good Material, Good Workmanship, and Low Prices. Every Department is crammed full with all the Newest things in Leather and with all sorts of fittings, so that any foct, it matters not its size or shape, can be comfortably and easily fitted. ° Every Article is of Excellent Quality and Splendid Value. Repairs Neatly, j Promptly, and Reasonably executed, and w th nothing but the Best English Bark-Tanned Leather. Shops in this District ABERYSTWYTH, CARDIGAN, LAMPETER, MACHYN- j LLETH, DOLGELLEY, BARMOUTH, PWLLHELI. All well stocked with every description of Boots and Shoes. 30 YEARS ESTABLISHED IN ABERYSTWYTH. FITTING KOOM FOR LADIES. j ———————^———tf——■■ ALFRED NOYES, THE WEST END STORES, PIER STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. Special Agents for- Huntley & Palmer's Biscuits and Cakes. Crosse & Black well's Jams and Jellies. Lazenby's Pickles and Soups. Harris's Wiltshire Hams and Bacon. Home Cured Hams and Bacon. Beach's Whole Fruit Jams. Abermaed Dairy Co's Thick Cream & Butter j Daily. Montserrat Lime Juice. The United Kingdom Tea Company. WINES, SPIRITS, & LIQUEURS, HENNESSY & INIARTELLS COGNAC, DUNVILLE'S, JAMESON'S, & OTHER WHISKIES, TOBACCO AND CIGARS. Families and Visitors can rely upon all goods at the above Stores being of the best quality and at lowest prices ESTABLISHED A.D. 1750. ESTABLISHED A.D. 1750. w\ IN BOTTLE. O INDIA PALE ALE Imperial h Pints, 2/0 per 0^ dozen. l^XSX Imperial Pints, 4/- per dozen. IN DINNER ALE. CASKS, M Imperial Pints, 9, 18, & 36 2/6 per dozen. Gallons. — STOUT. BREWERS •f 2/8 per dczen J K i Pints. BY 4/- per dozen SPECIAL Pna APPOINT- TRADE AND 3VIENT\ FAMILIES ScrPLIED, TO I R.R.H. -o- THE JL PRINCE OF WALES 0 BURTON-on-TRENTV^J To be obtained from REA'S STORES I REA'S ^TOREB. FAMILY GROCERS, PROVISION, AND WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS. LIGHT SUMMER WINES. CLARETS, BURGUNDIES, SPARKLING AND STILL HOCK, AND MOSELLES, MADEIRA, MARSALA. CALIFORNIAN AND AUSTRALIAN WINES. CHAMPAGNES. All well-known Brands Stocked and Retailed at Lowest Retail Prices, SOLE PROPRIETORS OF REA'S I BLACK BOTTLE SCOTCH WHISKEY Ten Years Old. 4s. per Bottle. 46s. per Dozen. BOTTLERS of WORTHINGTON S and BASS'S BCRTOX ALES GUINNESS'S EXTRA STOUT. VISITORS can rely on all Provisions and Dairy Produce so'd by us as buing of the CHOICEST and SELECTED ONLY. 48, TERRACE ROAD, | ABERYSTWYTH.