Jlpartmettts—JflbcrpBttniith. Custom House-street. SHIPWRIGHT ARMS, Proprietor, Mr J. Morgan, wine and spirit merchant. Com- fortable apartments. Union-street. EASTWOOD HOUSE. Proprietress, Mrs JEj D. Edwards. Comfortable apartments lor visitors. Healthily situated. Terms moderate. South-road. ARMS. Proprietress, Mrs Ð Daniel, wine and spirit merchant. Good ac- commodation for Visitors. Close to the sea. Terms moderate. RHEIDOLVIEW, 31, South-road. Pro- prietress, Mrs Hopkins. Close to Sea and Castle Grounds. Comfortable accommodation. Terms reasonable. TREMY DON. Proprietress, Mrs C. Jones t Comfortable apartments at moderate terms. Conveniently situated, within half a minute's walk of the Sea and Castle Grounds. ALLTYVEN VIEW, Mrs Jones. Cnm- 1\ fortable apartments on moderate terms. Close to Castle Grounds. Northgate-terrace. OQ Proprietress, Mrs Parry. Comfort- /vOy able apartments. Moderate terms. Si u- ated clese to Station and Elysian Grove and five minutes walk to the Bpach. Pound-place. 4 Proprietress, Miss Edwards. Com- f fortable apartments at reasonable terms. Healthily and pleasantly situated. Close to the Station and Eiysian Grove. North-parade. ST. ANTONY'S, private boarding estab- lishment, or apartments. Proprietress, Misses Cockbill. Near Sea, Station, and Elysian Grove. H. and C. Baths. Terms moderate. ARLINGTON HOUSE. Proprietress Miss Davies. Excellent accommodation for visitors. Conveniently situated. Terms moderate. Thespian-street. U MANSFIELD HOUSE. Pro- j prietress, M rs Griffiths. Excellent accom- modation for visitors. Situated close to the Station and Elysian Grove, and within five minutes' walk to the Parade. IRCHGROVE, nr. ABERYSTWYTH. J) —County Mansion (furnished) TO LET for the winter months 9 miles from Aberystwyth and about three minutes' walk from Trawscoed Station. With good coach houses and stabling; well sheltered and grand situation.—Apply, Mrs D. Morgan, 16 and 18, Pier-street, Aberystwyth. Yarmouth—^partmenta. Marine-parade. YORK ROUSE, facing the sea, excellent apartments. Moderate terms. Hot and CC-ld bath. Reduced charges for winter months. High-street. TALYDON Private Hotel and Boarding JL House, close to the Marine-parade, Beach, and Railway Station. Terms on application.-Apply, Mrs Owen, Proprietress. Church-street. 2CRAIGYDON, within two minutes' walk ot j the Railway Station, Beach, and Poet Office. Large, airy rooms. Excellent sanitary arrange- ments. Comfortable apartments at reasonable terms.—Apply, Mrs W. Jones. 2 CUMBERLAND IiOTTSE, two minutes' walk j of Railway Station, Beach, and Post Office. Comfortable Apartments, moderate terms.—Apply, Proprietress. Abermaw-terrace. WYNNSTAY HOUSE. House con- Vf tains two sitting-roims an,1 five bedroomp. Excellent view of the Estuary and Cader Idris. Proprietress, Mrs Evans. BODLYN ROUSE. Condortahle apart- JD ments at most reasonable ter ns. Grand view of the river Mawddaci. and the Viaduct. Proprietress, Mrs Pugh. FURNISHED HOUSE or Apartments JU at moderate terms. House contains three sitting-rooms and eight bedrooms. Commands an extensive view of Cardigan Bay, the Estuary of the Mawddach, and the Viaduct.—4, Abermaw-terracp. BORTHWEN HOUSE.—Magnificent Sea Bathing and Sands, Yachting, Boating, Sea ana .[\,1V1:r5' 1:n.I-t' o- -11.4 Scenery. The above house is under entirely new management. Moderate terms.—Proprietress, Mrs Captain Evans. Glanaber-villas. GLANABER HOUSE.— Comfortable Apartments. Good sanitary arrangements. Hot and cold bath. Splendid Sea and Mountain view. This house is under entirely new manage- ment; terms moderate.—Apply, Mrs Williams, Proprietress. The Quay. TUDOR HOUSE.—Apartments with or without Board. Excellent view of the Maw- ddach, Cader Idris, and the Viaduct. Good refer- ences on application.—Proprietress, Mrs Edwards. URNISHED HOUSE to be let for JL apartments. Sea and mountain view five minutes walk from the Station and the beach.— Apply. Mrs Thomas, 1, Hanlith-terrace Jlrthog—apartments. APARTMENTS in one of the most beautiful spots on the Mawddach. Splendid sea and mountain scenery. Convenient to Railway Station; two miles from Barmouth. Teas in Garden.—Apply, Mrs Lewis, Glanywern, Arthog. CijIOtDyn- Jlvartmcnts. TOWYN. "T7ISIT0RS AND EXCURSIONISTS are catered for at moderate prices at the California Hotel, High-street. A PERFECT WINTER RESIDENCE, climate equal to Torquay,' furnished detached house to let, from September. Two sitting, four bedrooms; well arranged offices; facing south near sea and golf. £1 per week for six months. —Francis Lewis, Aberdovey. BERDOVEY.—To be let (Furnished) for winter months, or longer, house standing in own large grounds. Good stabling, coach house, outhouses, matured kitchen garden; some grass land if wished; four sitting, eight bedrooms, bathroom (hot and cold); perfect sanitation near rail, sea, and golf; lovely views; well sheltered, mild climate; three guineas per week.—Francis Lewis, Aberdovey. SUMMER NOVELTIES, 189S. WARD & CO. (OF THE ABERYSTWYTH BAZAAR) Beg to announce that their Four extensive Show Rooms are now re-opened and are re- plete with a splendid collection of the LATEST NOVELTIES xN TOYS AND LEATHER GOODS. CABINET GOODS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. BASKETS, PLAIN & FANCY, &c. M Thousand pretty, useful, and artistic Novelties to select from. TOBACCOS, CIGARS, & CIGARETTES OF ALL MANUFACTURERS. PIPES, POUCHES, STICKS. Largest Stock in Wales to select from. Sole Agents for LOEWE'S celebrated BRIAR PIPES. Agents for the B.B.B. Agents for FAUDEL'S BICYCLES & SEWING MACHINES. DON'T FORGET THE ADDRESS- THE ABERYSTWYTH BAZAAR, 8, GREAT DARKGATE ST., ABERYSTWYTH. pHOTOGRAHIC VIEW GOODS DEPARTMENT, "CAMBRIAN NEWS" OFFICES OUR SPECIALITY FOR THE SEASON IS COLOURED PHOTOGRAPHS. ABERYSTWYTH PARADE (two views). ABERYSTWYTH CASTLE. DEVILS BRIDGE ESTABLISHED 1854. t THOMAS, I WATCHMAKER AND JKWEIXKK. Ie. GitKAT DAKKOATJB STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. THE OLDEST, CHEAPEST, AN 0 BEST ES r A BLISH.M KNT IN THE TOWN LOOK IN THOMAS'S WINDOW FOR SOUVENIRS OF ABERYSTWYTH. PEBBLE GOODS A SPECIALITY. ABERDOVEY. THE DOVEY HOTEL, Facing the Harbour and Estuiry, commands magnificent vipw of surrounding unrivalled Scenery. Every home comfort at moderate chargns. Luucheon and Teas. Splendidly-frted Billiard Room recently added. the famous Golf Links. The only holel for Golfers. Commodious new Stables, Posting in all its Branches. LEWIS AND DAVIES, Proprietors. FOR COLOURED PHOTOGRAPHS, ABERYSTWYTH PARADE, CASTLE, DEVIL'S BRIDGE, VIEW GOODS IN ENDLESS VARIETY, LEATHER GOODS OF THE NEWEST PATTERNS, FANCY GOODS AND STATIOHE R Y OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. "CAMBRIAN NEWS" OFFICES, TERRACE ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH. BOOKBINDING BOOKBINDING MESSRS. J. & J. GIBSON, pRINTERS, TT ITHOGRAPHERS, & JgOOKBINDERS, "CAMBRIAN NEWS" OFFICES, TERRACE ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH, BEG TO ANNOUNCE THAT THEY HAVE PURCHASED < THE PLANT AND GOODWILL; ] OF THE BOOKBINDING BUSINESS CARRIED ON BY THE Late Mr. Edward Edwards, and his Son AT 1 13, GREAT DARKGATE ST., ABERYSTWYTH. MESSRS. J. & J. GIBSONS' BOOKBINDING ESTABLISHMENT IS THE LARGEST AND COMPLETEST IN WALES. JgOOKBINDING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION JQONE ON THE SHORTEST NOTICE AND AT REASONABLE CHARGES. 1 PRICE LISTS ON APPLICATION. PROVISION HAS. BEEN MADE FOR THE SAFE CUSTODY OF VALUABLE DOCUMENTS, MANUSCRIPTS, AND BOOKS. ALL ORDERS ARE TAKEN AT TERRACE ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH. AND WILL RECEIVE CAREFUL AND IMMEDIATE ATTENTION.
BARMOUTH SOUTH PARADE Osborne House, Mrs Brazier— Mr, Mrs, and Miss Morrison, Sydenham, London; Mr, Mrs F, Miss, and Mr Ramsbotham, jun, Kington, Herefordshire Belmont House, Mrs Thomas— Miss and Miss T Grundy, Mrs W H Thornley. Preston, Lancashire Mr, Mrs, Miss D, and Master A Startin and maid, Coventry Mr Bail, Miss Smallthorn and party, London Comber House, Mrs Roberts— Mrs and Misses Painter, Mrs Thomas, Malvern Miss Badlers, Warrington Gwendolen, Miss Owen— Misses Clough, Manchester; Mr and Master Swinchatt, Misses Bowden, Birmingham Beach House, Mrs John Jones— Mrs and Misses Hick (2). Cardiff; Miss E J Owens. B A, Liverpool; MissRfes, Valley; Miss Cadwaladr, Brynygwrain MARINE TERRACE 2, Mrs Evan J nnes- Mr and Mrs Clarke, baby and maid, Huyton, nr Liverpool; Mrs and Miss Seargant, London; Mrs Langton, Tunbridge Wells; Rev W H Cleveland, Yorkshire Mr and Mrs Horrocks. Newton Heath Clivr-place, Miss Morris— Mr anri Mrs Wright and family, Leicester; Mrs Partridge and family, South Wales 4, Mrs E M Jones— Mr and Mrs Treherne, Cheltenham 0, Mrs John Parry— Mrs MacKenzie, children and nurses, Miss Nimcox, Leamington; Mr and Mrs Wicks, family and nurses, Oxford; Mr Holiday, do Miss. Lavender, London 6, Mrs Robert Gritfith- Mr and Mrs Hoyte, Mm Ward, Nottingham; Rev C C and Mrs Graham, Nantwich 7, Mrs E Jones- Lady Celia and Lady Cinthia Crewe-Milnea, Miss Nagel, Crewe Hall, Crewe Mrs Stephens, Mr and Mrs Woodridge and family, Birmingham II, Mrs Davies and Miss Griffith- Mr, Mrs, Mis, and Master Floyd, Sutton Cold- field; Hon Mary and Hon R Lawless and two maids, Hazelhatch, county Kildare, Ire- la ad; Mr and Mrs Last and family, Birming- ham York House, Mrs Cotton— Mr, Mrs, and Miss Cooper, Willesden Mr Richmond, Rock Ferry; Mr Cheekland, Coventry Mrs Fountain, Moseley ( Tremydon, Mrs Roberts— Mr Evans, Didsbury Crystal House, Mrs Williams— Mr and Mrs Weir and two children, India Mrs E Weir, Isle of Man Mrs Cowle, do Mrs Allcock, Bristol Mr and Mrs Wbeeler and family, Wedaesbury J Auckland House, Mrs Jones- Mr and Mrs Pinson. Willenhall; Mr and Mrs Homer, do 20, Oak House, Mrs Jackson- Mr. Mrs, and Miss Gristwood, Miss E Green, Edgbaston, Birmingham Mr and Mrs S J Allen, Mr and Mrs W Allen, Hesperia, Dork- ] ing; Mrs Baynard Smith; Mrs Williamson and friend, Bath Belgrave House, Mrs Williams— ] Mr and Mrs G Parry, Misses and Messrs R and L Parry. Farndon Hall, Chester; Mr ] W, Mrs, and Miss Grey, Croydon, Surrey Bank House, Mrs D Edwards— ] Mrs and Miss Gilbert, Mrs Healey, Birming- ham Mr and Mrs Williams, Garth Misses ] (2) Ford, Miss Jones, Mr Ford, Mr Hughes, Misses Price (3), Shrewsbury MARINE MANSIONS. i 2, Mrs Winchester- Misses Howell and Clayford, Chester GLANYWERYDD TERRACE 1, Mrs J-Lloyd- Mrs Harrison and party, Manchester; Mr and Mrs Pearson, Stratford-on-Avon; Mr and Mrs Poulton, Reading. 3, Mrs W H Davies— Mr and Mrs Manchester;. Mr Williams, N and S W Bank GLANYWERYDD HOUSE I, Mrs J Jones— Mr, Mrs, and Miss Vernon, Chester Mrs Profit- ( Mr and Mrs Briggs, Yorkshire BELLE VUE RESIDENCE I, Miss Roye— < Miu. Wfasc'hiam Mt *nd Ntfiss. Rowley, Miss Lewis, Fihsbury Park; "Willbox, London Mr Lowe, Chester; MM J Sheldon, ] Wolverhampton Mr Harvey, Mitcham SEA VIEW TERRACE 1, Sea View, Mrs MaDfield- < Mr, Mrs, and Miss Taylor, Birmingham; Mrs and Miss Nicholas, Mrs Downing, Birming- ham KOHINOOR BUILDINGS ranyrallt, Mrs OwenB- Mrs Owen, Walsall; Mrs and Miss EPickin, do FRONFELEN TERRACE. L Mrs W H Williams- MrsandMiss Blackley, Gresford; Miss Williams, Llanuwchllyn 1, Mrs Capt Griffith- Mr and Mrs Bullock, Miss Painter, Lichfield Mr and Mrs Brereton, Bangor MARINE ROAD ] L, Hugo-villas, Mrs Jones— Mr and Mrs Morley, Wellington, Salop Mr and Mrs Briscoe, Manchesterj Misses Williams, Bristol Mr Morley, Loughborough ] 3wynfryn House, Mrs Davies— Miss Roberts, Miss Blake, Mrs Boyle, Miss Boyle, Bangor jlandovey House. Mrs Edwards Mr and Mrs Shepherd and family, Birmingham Bronwen House, Mrs Edwards- Col Wood, Manchester Artro House, Mrs Williams- Mr and Mrs Hattrick, Dolgelley MARINE GARDENS Vfordon House, Mrs Owen— Mr and Mrs Hughes and daughter, Ashwood, Whitchurch Mr and Mrs Birch, Manchester Daisy Bank, Misses Roberts- 1 Mr Davies, Upland, Carmarthen; Mr Rees, Narberth Mr and Mrs Hardier, Mr Hill, Lon- don S Falcon House, Misses Turner anil Perrins— Rev 0 B Williams, Mr and Mrs F W Jones, Miss Stanswood, Liverpool; Miss Seville, Oldam AELFOR TERRACE. J, Mrs Davies— Mr Brocklehurst, Stafford r, Mrs Peters— < Messrs Venns and Tann, London EPWORTH TERRACE. < 5, Miss Griffith- Mr and Mrs J P Goody, Mr H H Goody, Lewis- ham, Kent VICTORIA PLACE 2, Mrs Rogers— Mr and Mrs Cox, family and maid, Colemore Green, Bridgenorth LLANABER ROAD Melbourne House, Mrs Williams— Mr and Mrs Finn, and son, Dublin Bryn Teg, Mrs Jones— Mr and Mrs P Carter, two children and nurse, Mr and Mrs G Isaacs, family and nurse, Lon- don PORKINGTON TERRACE 1, The Cliffe, Mrs J Jones— Mrs Winham, Misa Colbowen, Mrs Cooper, Tunbridge Wells, Kent 3, Mrs Jones— Mrs and Miss Gibson, Chelmsford Mrs Scarf and family, Birmingham; Mr, Mrs, and Miss Harris, London Mr and Mrs Langdon, London Mr Bowers, Chelmsford 4, Mrs Williams— Mr and Mrs Thompson, Manchester 5, Mrs Rothwell— Rev M Day, and Miss Day and family, Dublin Major General and Miss Pemberton, West Kensington Mr and Mrs J H Morris, Pen- dleton Messrs F and T Owen, Stretford; Miss Ellison, do 6, Mrs Richards— Mrs and Miss Cooper, Cheltenham; Mr Forman, Edinburgh Mr and Mrs Wenham and sons, Mrs Tucker and son, Richmond, Surrey Messrs Robertson and Macdonald, Manchester Mr, Mrs, and Misses Williams, Worcester Rev Rowen, Mrs Mason Pooley, Rochdale 7, Brynffynon, Mrs Captain Lewis— Mr, Mrs, Misses A E, and Messrs C and H Fort London Mr and Mrs Fenner, Hands- worth, Staffs Mr and Mrs Bert G Benning- ton, Coventry 8, Talygarreg. Miss Griffith- Mr, Mrs, Miss J; and Master P Kirkman, Mr Seales, Mr and Mrs Joy, Mrs Down, London Mr A P, Miss D, and Master C Jones, Aber- dare Miss Keast, do Mr, Mrs, and Miss E Fletcher, Miss B Hendrie, Manchester 11, Mrs Evans— Mrs Rodgers and party, Yorkshire; Mr and Mrs Mansbridge and family, Mrs and Miss Jenkins, Mr G Jenkins, London BORTHWEN TERRACE Borthwen House, Mrs Capt Evans— Mrs HarrisoD and Miss Ashworth, Hereford Mr and Mrs T Davies, London Mr R W and Miss Bond, Thorne Rectory, Yeovil 2, Mrs Richards— Mr and Mrs Hall and family, Norbury. near Manchester; Mrs and Mr Race, jun, Hulme, do ABERAMFFRA Idris View, Miss Williams— Mr and Mrs Hobson, Mr and Mra Studd, London GLANABER VILLAS 3, Mrs Garnett— Mrs Woods ;.n<1 family Wimbledon; Mrs Price, Whitby ABERMAW TERRACE 2 and 3— Messrs Pare and Bowden, Banbury; Mr Langley, Elesb^ry; Misses (3) Siddt-ly, Liverpool; Misses, (2) Breddens. Dublin; Mr and Mrs Norman, Miss Clarkf, Brockle); Mr ani Mrs Hattersley, Mr Lee, Sheffield Penbryn Hiluse, 1\1" Ffrmlkes- Mr and Mrs A V B'ande, Miss Motley. Bir- mingham CHURCH STREET 1, Craigydon, Mrs.1 Jones— Messrs E and 0 F Ma»ham, London 2, Craijjydon, Mrs W Jones— Mrs and lises (3) Spaiding, Brockley, London 1, Graigfa'h, Mrs L» wis Jones— Rev j and Mrs Leech, Birmingham Tynewydd, Mi-s Ed war is— Mr Joyce, London Mr 0 Wright HIGH STREET Tal-y Don Hotel, Mrs Owen— Mr Hine, Coven'ry; Mr Middleton, Stockport; Mr Heye-, Liverpool; Mr Udale, Coventry Mawddach House, Mrs Jones— Miss Rawlings and friend, Oswestry Miss Williams, Miss Joachim, Towyn Glanymor, Mrs J Eans- Misses Barker, Miss Standish, Great Bridge 2, Wesley-place, MrsEvans- Miss Williams, Carnarvon; Miss Jones, Llan- llyfni Mr Trott, Mr Parry, London Miss Roberts, Trawsfynydd 2, Glanmorgan, Mrs 0 Williams- Miss Jones, Mrs and Miss Williams, Newcastle; Mrs and Misa Jones. Ruthin Grlanmeon House, Mrs Edwards— Mr and Mrs Dowes, Birmingham Mr, Miss, and Master H Kitchen, Manchester t, Brynymor, Mrs Edwards— Mr and Mrs Toker, Wolverton Mr and Mrs Greenfield, London Bwlch House, Mrs Capt E Richards— Mr G Fletcher, Nottingham Mr Jones, Cardiff
CRICCIETH. MARINE TERRACE J and 4, Marine Boarding House, Mrs Jones— Mr and Miss Stable, London; Mr, Mrs, and Miss Read, do; Mr and Mrs J Lovett, Birmingham )- Miss M C Martineau, Miss Greg LI. Glanglasfor, Miss Jones— Mr and Mrs Speakman, Mr H Spsakman, Man- chester L5, Mrs Edwards— Mr and Mrs A G England, Laleham, Middlesex 17. Mrs Price— Mr W A and Mrs Squires, Dublin L8, Mrs Dora Jones— Mr B Anderson, Manchester 19, Merion View, Mrs Griffitbs- Mr Bliss, Cambridge rower House, Mrs Roberts— Mrs E Johnson, T C Johnson, Miss Ada Johnson 5t Tudwals View, Mrs Evans— Mrs H M Sims, Scarborough Miss Whitaker, Leeds, Yorks; Mr, Mrs, and Miss Brown, Evesham 26, The Cliffe, Mrs H Jones— Mrs Peyton. Leamington Miss Phelps, Hamp- ton-in-Arden J8. Beeswing House, Miss Jones— Mrs H Thomas and daughters, Caerffynon, Tal- sarnau MONA TERRACE Mona House, Mrs Williams— Mr aud Mrs A C and Miss Scullthorpe, Tam- worth; Misses Florence and Geraldine Davis Edinburgh jtest View. Mrs Jones— Mr W E Roberts, Miss Owens, Llangollen TYN-Y-GRISIAU TERRACE ), Monte Vista, Miss Roberts— Mr and Mrs Stephens, Birmingham BlaH STREET Lilys Caradoc Hotel, Mrs Roberts— Mr Cheetham, Mr H S Roscoe, Stockport; Mr Heal and Mr Bowen, do Mr Wakefield, Min- worth Jeorge Hotel, Miss Williams- Mr and Mrs Burgoyne, London Mr and Mrs M Morris and family, Shrewsbury; Rev W Bidlake, Ellesmere Port; E H Wood, Ludlow; Prof and Mrs Cleland and family, Glasgow; Mr H and Mrs Nicholson. Spital, Cheshire; Mrs and Miss Hayes, Leamington PORTMADOC ROAD Hin-y-gaer BoardiDg House, Miss Jeffei-ies- Mrs and Miss Round, Tipton; Miss Wood, Clent, Worcestershire; Mr, Mrs, and Miss Roper, Miss Salter, Welshpool Mrs and Miss Welsh, Cheltenham ?las Isa, Williams and Owen— Mr and Mrs McGusty, son and maid, Dublin; Mr W Robson, Warrington Mr Cuthbert, Glasgow dnyfed House, Mrs Roberts— Mr. Mrs, Miss. and Master Macnab, Dublin; Miss Pownell, Mrs and Miss Morgan, Car- narvon Mr Sinclair, London
ABERDOVEY. BODFOR TERRACE Mrs Jones— Mrs and Miss Hills, Hampstead, Staffs; Miss, Pudsey, Doncaster Miss Charles— Mr and Mrs Pryce-Jones, baby and maid Colonel and Mrs Ruck and servants, Miss Pedley GLANOOVEY TERRACE Marine Hotel, Mrs Tomlins— Mr and Mrs Munro, Edinburgh J, Mrs Davies- Mr and Mrs A Richardson, family and maid, Snitterfield; Miss Clarke, Stratford-on-Avon 3, Mrs Kichards- Mr and Mrs Carpenter, London 7, Mr Walters— Mr and Mrs B Rowlands, Newtown 3, Mrs Williams— Mr D J Williams, Newport 10, Miss Davies— Mrs James Hallwright and family, Moseley, Bir- mingham 11, Mrs Williams- Miss Baker, Miss Howlett, Leamington Miss I J Sanders and maid, Stratford-on-Avon 15, Mrs Owen— Mrs Vaughan, Newtown SEA VIEW TERRACE 1, Temperance Hotel, S E Morris— Mr and Mrs Jones, Accrington Mr Crawshaw, Liverpool; Mr Oliver and family 14, Mrs Evans— Mr J T Lloyd and family 15, Mrs Jenkins— Misa Cutler, Glandyfi Castle 16, Mr J Edwards- Miss Jeffreys, Miss Gibson, Miss Jones 18, Mrs Hughes- Miss Webb, Miss Shipley, Rocester 21, Mrs Morgan— Mr and Mrs Jones, Bangor 24, Mrs Vaughan— Misses (2) Sladen, Bridgnorth BATH PLACE 34, Plas Dyfi, Mrs Jones— Mrs, Misses (5), Masters (2) Boyd, Miss Astrel- han, Tonbridge Mr and Mrs Cordener TERRACE ROAD 1, Glandwr, Miss Clayton— Mr and Miss Bally, Birkenhead Mrs and Miss K Bailey, do 2, Mrs Roberts— Mrs Jones, Castletown; Master I and Miss Beth Jones, do 15, Glanaber House, Mrs Owen— Dr J H Mort, Southport Miss Grant, Cheltenham CLIFF SIDE 4, Mrs Jenkins— Rev T and Mrs Hughes and family, Brymbo, Wrexham PENHELIG ROAD Penhelig House— Mrs and Miss Gotto and servants, London Brynhelig, Mrs Rhys- Mrs Higginbottom and maid, Nottingham Rev E Braithwaite and family, London May Bank, Mrs Ellis- Mr and Mrs Thomas and children, Willenhall Tanyrallt Villa- MF and Mrs Sheldon and servants NANTIESYN 9, Mrs Davies- Mr and Mrs Birtles Ardudwy House- Mis3 St John and servants
TOWYN -1 HIGH STREET o, Mrs Willjam- Mr and Mrs Faulkner, K'ngs Heath Mr and Nliss Pickwrrth, Birkenhead 10. Mrs Roberts- Misses Hayoon, Birmingham Mrs Burton and baby, Caroo Miss Morgan, Llaobrynmair Cader Temperance Hotel, Mrs Evans- Miss Jones, Nantymeichiad Miss M Jones, Domencastell IDRIS VILLAS 6, Mrs Evans— Mrs and Rev Evan Roberts, Dolffellev Mrs Morgan— Mrs and Miss Percival, Chapel-en le-Frith 10, Mrs Hunter- Col Young and family, Devonshire 22, Mrs Roberts- Miss Davies, London; Mrs Davies, Mallwyd Mrs Morgan, do Mr Thomas, Aber- angell BRYNMAIR i, Mrs Jones- Dr aud Mrs Conner, Mrs Duckworth, Bootle Mr Roche Mrs Roberts- Dr and Mrs Coomes, family and governess, Worcester lIHURCH STREET Mrs Parry- Rev H R Roberts, Aberdare Mr Humphreys- Rev A Oliver, Aberystwyth .1 7,- Miss Davies, Newtown Mr Jones, Cemmes Road; Miss Davies, Bryncrug; Miss Jones, Liverpool PLAS EDWARDS < 1, Mrs Waite- Mr and Mrs Hodges BRYNAWEL SQUARE 15, Mrs Whitaker- Mrs and Miss Crump, Hereford MAENGWYN STREET Mrs Thomas— Miss Thomas, London MARINE PARADE Miss Williams- Mr and Mrs Anthony and family, Hereford; Misses Johns, Mrs Jones, Miss Luker, Stour- port; Mr and Mrs Abbot, Manchester Beaufort House, Miss Morgan- Mrs and Miss Roberts, Tydandderwen, Bala Aelydon, MrsTLewis- Mr and Mrs. Wills, Birmingham Mr, Mrs, and Miss Hughes, Cann Office Mrs and Missep Jones, Wrexham Berwyn House, Mrs Jones- Miss Jones, Cefnbrith, Carno Pen-yr-yrfa, Mrs Parry- Mrs Roberts, Groeslon, Carnarvon Meliden House, Mrs Owen- Mrand Mra Blackford and daughter, Birmingham Cad van House, Mrs Davies- Misses Jones, Cemmes; Misses Hughes, Machyn- lleth Glantywodwyn, Miss Davies- Rev D C Edwards.amd family, Oswestry Dyeynni View, Mrs Evans- Mr Roberts, Talsarnau; Miss Roberts, Voel Mount Pleasant, Mrs Evans— Mr and Mrs G R Ridsale, family and nurse, Bloxwich
I ABERYSTWYTH. MARINE TERRACE Hotel Cambria Mr and Mrs Docker, Edgbaston Miss and Mr Wheeler, do Mr and Mrs Corner. London Mr and Mrs Holbrook, do Mr T A H league and valet, Londnu; Mr and Mrs Sydenham, do MrF Sharp, do; Mr Richmond Sturdy; Mr Pryce, Welshpool; Captain Pryce, do Mr and Mrs Hpap, Rochdale; Mrs Rogers, Tun tridge W dls; Mrs Walker, Wolverhampton; Dr and Mrs Clapham Mrs and Miss Uollaston, Glam< rgan Mr Vincent E\-an8, London Mr and Mrs J Wilson, Sheffield; Mr and Mrs P Gibson, Nuneaton Rock House, Mrs Harry Lloyd— Mrs Lees, Miss Murgatroyd, Hereford Mrs T H feidebottom, Hollingworth, Cheshire: Miss Commander and Miss ollaston, Warwick Professor and Mrs Rowlands, Brecon Miss Protheroe, do 3, Pen R' ck House, Mrs Capt Jenkin= — Mrs Fietoner and family, Birmingham; Mr and Mrs Powell, Caerphilly, Cardiff; Mr and Miss Powell, Mr aDd Mrs Bridgwater, Mr and Mrs and Master W ilkes, Bilston, Birmingham Mrs Edwards, London; Mr E J Morgan, Miss J Katie Jampp, do 4, Oxford House, Mrs Rowland— Mrs Hatman, Miss Stiles, Miss BowelJ, Mr and Misses Stevenson Mrs and Misses Spitte 5, Osborne House, Miss Mcrgan- Mrs Roberts and family, Vicarage, Poolquay, MOlJt; Miss Russell, Cheetham Hill Miss and Messrs R, M, and A O lier, Higher Broughlon, Manchester; Misses E &MMellory, Cheetham, do Mi-s M Buume, Higher Broughton,^do 6, Miss Cole— Misses Buroidge, Birmingham Mrs Johnson, Miss Mallam, Oxford 7, Miss Jones— Captain and Mrs Jenks, Hyde Park, London Mr C Hodgkinson, London Mr Shaw, M P, Stafford; Mr and Mrs Shaw. family and nurse, Mrs Holt, Manchester; Mrs and Miss Bertha Kough, Church Stretton 8, Mrs Davies— Mr and Mrs J T Blakemore and family, Edg- baston; Col, Mrs, and Miss Hesketh, Tymawr, Carno Mr and Mrs Kirkby, Trescott Gr&oge, Wolverhampton 9, Mrs Williams— Mr and Mrs Ballard Mr and Mrs Clarke Mr and Mrs Smith, London; Miss Edwards 10, Mrs Jones— Mr and Miss Short, Mr and Misses Guest, Man- chester; Mr and Mrs Wallbank, Edgbaston Mrs Westwood, Birmingham Mr and Mrs Johnson, family and maid, Willenhall; Mr and Mrs Parry, Misses Tonks, Miss Ford, Stafford; Mr and Mrs W Clark, Mr and Mrs John Clark, Miss Clark, Southend-on-Sea; Miss Morgan, Leicester 11— Mrs and Miss Parker, Welshpool Mr, Mrs G H, Misses, and Master G Adams, Alold Mr and Mrs Law and baby Miss White, Hands- worth; Mr, Mrs W, and Miss M Price-Jones, Mold; Mrs Owen, Oswestry Mrs Bright, Mrs Pearson, Stourbridge Mrs Barrs, nurse and baby, Brompton Hall, Churchstoke Mrs and Miss Firth, Stockport Mr Frank Robinson, do 12, Mrs Edwards— Mr, Mrs, and Misses Philpot, St Lawrence-on- Sea ;Mr and Mrs Lucas, Hough Green Air and Mrs Patterson, Wellington, Salop 13, Avondale House, Mrs Owen Owen— Mr Day, Birmingham Miss Robinson, Dudley Mr and Mrs Clarke, Mr and Mrs Taylor, Bir- mingham; Mrs Gotto, Miss Dickenson, Miss Jones, London Mrs Hadley. Birmingham Miss Ormrod, Miss Huges, Alanchester; Mrs Parsons, Sparkbrook; Mr and Mrs W Perry, Wednesbury Miss Green, Market Drayton 14, Misses Rees— Mr and Mrs T Simister, Port Sunlight, Birken- head Mr Thomas Charles and daughter, Swansea 15, Cambridge House, Miss Evans— Mr and Mrs Temperal and daughter, Mr C G Hatteny. Sheffield; Miss Wilkinson, Notting- ham; Mr B L and Miss L Jewkes, Dudley; Mr H Turnley, Stourbridge Mrs, Mr F, and Miss Hughes, Birmingham Mrs A C and Miss Hawkes, Edgbaston, do 16, Garfield House, Mrs Edward Jones- Misses Groves, The Green House, Alveley, Bridg- north; Mrs Jones, the Lythe, Stapleton, Shrewsbury; Mr, Mrs, and Miss Hodson, Bir- mingham 18, Prospect House, Miss Newell— Mrs Jones, Lcngton Misses Ball and Meakin, Blyth Bridge Mrs and Miss Jessie Peake, Wolverhampton; Mrs and Miss Tudge. 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