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BOHTH. ) POSTAL Arrangements—Week-day delivery begins at 7 and 0 43 p.iu S <;i■> ys at 10 am. only. Letter box closes on week days at 6-26 a.m. for Abcrystwyth and South Wale?, at D a.m. for Shrewsbury and Midltnds, ami at (5 (a1! parts). Sunday, 9-21) a.m. for Aberystwyth, 6 p.m. (all parts). Telegraph office opens from S a.m. to S p.m. Sunday from S to 10 a.m. Mrs Watkios, postmistress. THE BEACH.-The stretch of over four miles of firm s-inds is utirivaUed on the Welsh coast, landwards ir is edged by the ridge of pebbles and greensward alongside of which for some distance lie the excellently-arrauged 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 rocks 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 BATLIING.-One of Borth's greatest attractions is its safe and pleasant 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."

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