FIRE AT ABER YST" YTH. NO FIRE BRIGADE. GREAT GAS EXPLOSION FEARED A SPLENDID WATER SUPPLY AVERTS DANGER. About Tridnight on Thursday a fire broke out in the Skin-preparing Woiks and Woo! Stores in Mill- street, belonging to Mr A. J. Watkin James of Dolybont. The works adjoin the Steam Laundry and Electric Light Works,w ith the Tabcrnacle C.M. Chapel on the opposite of the street. Within a few feet of the back wall of the works is an immense gas-holder recently erected by the Aber- ystwyth Gas Company. The fire of itself was not an exceedingly serious matter, but fears were enter- tained that at any moment the flames and the heat might cause an explosion in the gas-holner with consequences that are fearful to contemplate. Immediately with the alarm, a large number of people went to the spot, but many almost imme- diately left fearing an explosion others ran for buckets and endeavoured to cope with the fire pend ing arrival of fire appliances. People in the adjoin- ing houses all cleared out and went to places of safety, among them being some women in a delicate state of health. The premises consisted, as has been stated, of tannery pit and wool stores. In the basement were pits for the curing of sheep skins as well as of a fire-place for wool drying. The ground floor above contained wool storing rooms, and there is a floor above that, which contained on the night of the fire several tons of wocl and skins. On the eastern corner of the building, in the upper storey, was the office of Mr Hopkins, Mr James's Aber- ystwyth buyer. Mr Hopkins was engaged in office work on Thursday night and left about seven o'clock. Mr William Parry, Mr James's skinner, was in the works about half-past nine when everything ap. peared to be alright. About five minutes to twelve a. student of the University College of Wales ging in Mr E. Ellis, coal merchant's house, Mill-street, eaw that the place was on fire and rushed to the Police Station to give the alarm. P.S. Phillips happened to be coming from the direction of Shiloh through North-parade and on meeting the student at the junction of Chalybeate-s'reet and hearing of the outbreak, he, in cortipany with P.Cs. Charman and Rowlands, went at ones for assistance. P.C. Row- lands went to Mr Rees Jones, the botough surveyor, who, on the resignation of the Fire Brigade some time back, under circumstances which are well known, was directed to make temporary arrangements for dealing with a fire pend- ing the organisation of a brigade. P.C. Charman aroused Mr David Edwards, the turncock, and socn afterwards Mr Evan Evans, one of the carters engaged by the Corporation, went down to the Fire Brigade Station in Smithfield-road. In the meantime someone had gone to the Gasworks to set the hooter going to alarm the town. For some cause, at present unexplained, the hooter for a short time refused to act, but it was eventually sounded. P.S. Phillips and Mr Evan Evans lost no time in endeavouring to get the appliances out of the station where, in the absence of the keys, they burst open the door. They had brought out the reel when Mr Rees Jones, the surveyor, came and with the assistance of people who were now beginning to arrive, they took it to the site of the fire in Mill-street and attached it to the bydraut. There was immediately a mag- nificent supply of water under very high pressure, the service reservior being between two and three hundred feet above the town and kept plentifully supplied from the lake of Plynlymon mountain, some eighteen miles off. A crowd of about a hundred persons had by this time arrived. When the water was turned on it was found that the hose was so defective in several places that the water rushed out in streams and a delay of fi va or seven minutes occurred in removing the defective lengths and substituting good ones. Meanwhile Mr Peake, the former captain of the Fire Brigade, and many members of the Brigade had come on the scene. Mr Peake, probably finding that the work was being properly attebded to by the Borough Surveyor and his men and fearing a gas explosion, went home to turn off the gas from his house. About this time the fire had obtained a strong hold of the centre of the eastern side of the building, not far from where the office was situated and within dangerous proximity to the gas-holder. The flames lighted up the whole locality and afforded considerable help to the men engaged in making good the hose. Notwithstanding the time thus lost owing to the state of the hose, a powerful stream of water was got on the burning building within fifteen minutes of the alarm. Two hoses were eventually brought to play on the fire and excellent work was being done by engine cleaners from the Railway Station, Corporation workmen and others. Messsrs W. Michael, R. Da vies, W. Jones, and R. W orthingtou, members of the late Fire Brigade, lent a willing hand in extinguishing the flames. Other members of the Brigade were also pre- sent. Councillor T. E. Salmon, the chairman of the Fire Brigade Committee, was among the first on the spot and was joined soon afterwards by the Chief Constable and other public men of the town. It is understood that the pre- mises are insured. The excellent water supply and the willing and able way in which Mr Rees Jones and his men; the late members of the Brigade; the police officers; Mr Jack Rea., and others worked saved the situation. In twenty minutes from the commencement, the fire was got under and in an hour it had been completely extinguished and all danger had passed. Mr Rees Jones, the borough surveyor, says he was called upon by a constable a little before mid- night. He at once hurried down to the station and when he got to the Square he was met by Mr James Evans, the inspector, Mr Evan Evans, and P.S. Phillips, and others who had already had the fire appliances out and were bringing them up. Mr David Edwards, the turn- cock, also was soon on the spot. The reel was taken to the site of the fire and the hese was attached to the nearest hydrant. Strange to say, the hose burst in three or four places and fresh lengths had to be substituted for the broken ones, but ulti- mately two streams of water were brought to bear on the fire, which was got under in a very short time. Mr Jones is grateful for the ready assistance given by everybody and especially by Messrs Bill Jones, Michael, and R. Davies, former members of the Brigade. The bursting of the hose, he said, was a mystery to him
I ESTABLISHED 1854. THOMAS, WATCHMAKELI AND JEWELLER, 18, GREAT DARKGATE STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. THE OLDEST, CHEAPEST, AND BEST ESTABLISHMENT IN THE TOWN. -as .7 MA LL As ¿:" LOOK IN THOMAS'S WINDOW FOR SOUVENIRS OF ABERYSTWYTH. PEBBLE GOODS A SPECIALITY. b6 FOR COLOURED PHOTOGRAPHS, ABERYSTWYTH PARADE, CASTLE, DEVIL'S BRIDGE, VIEW GOODS IN ENDLESS VARIETY, LEATHER v GOODS OF THE NEWEST PATTERNS, FANCY GOODS c AND STATIONERY OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS, "CAMBRIAN NEWS" OFFICES, TERRACE ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH. ONCE MORE. WE are once more ready with an ENORMOUS VARIETY OF TOYS, FANCY ARTICLES, PIPES, TOBACCOS, &c. OUR COLLECTION INCLUDES THE BEST, ALL THE BEST, AND NOTHING BUT THE BEST OF THIS SEASON'S GOODS. NOTE THE ADDRESS: J & L. WARD & Co., ABERYSTWYTH BAZAAR, 8, GREAT DARKGATE STREET. bl5 —Jlpartmcnis .1"0- VISITORS and COMMERCIAL Y Gentlemen will find every modern conveni- ence at the California. Hotel, High-street, Towyn. Headquarters C.T.C. Two minutes' walk from Station. 109 apartments—Yarmouth. High-street. TALYDON Private Hotel and Boarding House, close to the Marine-parade, Beach, aud Railway Station. Terma on application.- Apply, Mrs Owen, Proprietress. 167-1 Church-street. CRAIGYDON, within two minutes' walk of ? the Railway Station, Beach, and Post Office. Large, airy grooms. Excellent sanitary arrange- ments. Comfortable apartments at reasonable terms. -Apply, Mrs W. Jones. 167-2 ORTHWEN HOUSE.—Magnificent Sea Bathing and Sands, Yachting, Boating, Sea and River Fishing, Shooting, Golf; unrivalled Scenery. The above house is undtr entirely new management. Moderate terms.—Proprietress, Mrs Captain Evans. 16/-3 C) CUMBERLAND HOUSE, two minutes' /Cf walk of Railway Station, Beach, and Post Office. Comfortable Apartments, moderate tfrms. —Apply, Proprietress. 167-4 The Quay. TUDOR HOUSE.—Apartments with or without Board. Excellent view of the Maw- ddach, Cader Idris, and the Viaduct. Good refer- ences en application.—Proprietress, Mrs Edwards. 167.6 A bermaw- terrace. WYNNSTAY HOUSE. House con- tains two sitting-rooms and five bedrooms. Excellent view of the Estuary and Cader Idris. Proprietress, Mrs Evans. 167-7 ODLYN HOUSE. Comfortable apart- ments at most reasonable terms. Grand view of the river Mawddach and the Viaduct. Proprietress, Mrs Pugh. 167-S URNISHED HOUSE or Apartments 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-ter- race. 167-9
BARMOUTH. SOUTH PARADE. Osborne House, Mrs Brazier- Mr R, Mrs, and Miss Ayrton, Mrs Dodd, Miss Fleichman, Chester Mr and Mrs King, London Mr and Mrs Robins, Sutton Cold- field Belmont House, Mrs Thomas— Mrs and Misses Moorat, Mrs Early and baby, Crosby, Liverpool Rev R Butler and family, Mr Butler, Congleton Vicarage Comber House, Mrs Roberts- Mr and Mrs Meadows and family, Mucclestone, Market Drayton MrR and Miss Mawdesley Mr and Alis Henry Ashworth, Breconshire Gwendolen, Miss Owen- Mr, Mrs, and Miss Crockford, Sutton Cold- field Mrs AIoss and family, governess and maids, Shrewsbury MARINE TERRACE 2, Mrs Evan Davies- Mr and Mrs Backhouse and family, governess and nurse, Dr and Mrs Good, family and two maids, Dorset 3, Clive-place, Miss Morris- Mrs Sloman and Miss Barnes, London Mr and Mrs Williams, family and maid, Welshpool Mrs Lane, family and maid, Gloucester 4, Mrs Jones— Mr, Mrs C W, and Miss Bassano, Miss Hoffman, Haden Cross, Old Hill; Mr and Mrs Wheeler and family, Birmingham Air, Mrs, and Miss Wallworth, Wallworth Avenue, Chorlton-cum- Hardy 5, Mrs Parry— Mrs Alackeczie, family and nurse, Edgbaston, Birmingham Mr Walter Bassano, Haden Cross, Old Hill, Staffordshire Mr and Mrs T Cooksey, Old Hill, Staffs; Mr Kenneth Cooksey and maid, do Mr ED Jones, M A, County School Mrs J Jones, Trawsfynydd 6, Mrs R Griffith- Mr, Mrs, and Miss Stroud, Messrs E and J W Stroud, Alanchester Mr and Mrs Cakebread and family, London Mr and Mra Rymond and family, Erdington 7, Mrs Ellis Jones— Mr and Mrs Ciammond, children and nurse, Glasgow; Mr, Mrs, and Miss Hudson, Mrs Garnett, Stretford 9, Mrs Williams- Mr and Mrs Fisher, Dublin Mr and Mrs Her- bert Stone, family and nurse, Solihull, War- wickshire 10, Mrs Williams— Mrs Nanney Williams and family, Dolgelley Mr and Mrs Jackson, baby and nurse Mrs Owen and friend, Birmingham 11, Mrs Davies and Miss Griflith- Major Jones Williams and family, Brecon Mr K G Salter and family, Ellesmere Llysmeirion, Mrs Adams- Mr and Mrs Clarke, Leytcn, Essex 12. Aliss^Jones— The Misses Newells, Welshpool; Mr and Mrs Percy Rimmer, family and servants, Liverpool; Mr Tuckett, Mr and Mrs Graham Haumer, Misses Haumer, Wrexham Vronderw, Mrs Jane Griflith- Mr and Mrs Jaques, Scarborough Mr and Mrs Pearson and family, Leeds York House, Mrs J W Cotton- Mr and Mrs Bunce and family, Miss Curtis, Leicester Mi and Mrs H E Norlidge and family and nurse, Stoneycroft, Liverpool Mrs and Miss Wilkes, Wolverhampton Mrs Chump and child, Wash wood Heath Windsor House, Mrs A Robbir-s- Mr and Mrs A Skidmore, baby and nurse, Tettenhall Mr T and Miss Skidmore, Park- dale, Miss South, Wolverhampton Auckland House, Mrs Holcolm Jones— Messrs W and J H Lamin, Mrs J H Lamin, child and maid Mr and Mrs Willer, Mrs de Sellis and family, Wednesbury Mr and Mrs Wilier and baby, Birmingham Oak House, Mrs Jackson— Mr and Mrs Lea, New Southgate, London Rev W Mower Smith, Walkden Vicarage; Mrs Dancer, Mrs and Air Tapperden, Wim- bledon Mrs Ledger, Mrs and Miss Mann, Kemerton Air and Mrs Hartley, Mrs Kaye and chili, Leeds Ty Fry, Mrs Edwards— Dr Wilson and family, Miss Aleudell, Alan- chester Belgrave House, Mrs Williams- Mr and Mrs Swift, family and nurse, Newtown; Air and Mrs Eaydon, Llanelly Rev and Mrs Green Price, family and two nurses, Brampton Bryan Rectory, Herefordshire Misses Barnaby, Air Nickolson, Mrs Ritherden, Mr and Mrs Coleard, Air and Airs L Nickolson and baby, Mr and Mrs H Nickolson, baby and nurse, London AlORFIN TERRACE 3, Mrs Tank- I Mr Parsons, York Air and Mrs Arple, Bir- kenhead BEACH ROAD Richmond Boarding House, Airs Ix.rrov,' Evans— Mr and Mrs Theodore Lei:i., Mr and Mrs Litchfield, Mr Richardson, London Mr and Mrs Symor.s, Cardiff; Mr and Mrs Slater, Northampton GL ANY WERYDD TERRACE 1, Mrs J Lloyd- Mr, Airs, and Miss Alollie Clarke, Mr and Mrs Tyijns and child, Birkenhead SEA VIEW TERRACE 4, Mrs Manfield- Mrs Dr Nichol", Richmond Mrs and Mr King, Miss Fritche, Birmingham Miss PlllillpS- Mrs and Master Raymond Phillips, Acocks Green Airs Ranford and family, Coventry Miss Protnero, Handsworth Glan Owen, Mrs Griffiths-— I Rev W E Roberts, Bala; Miss Roberts, do I (Continued on Page S).
Gvde's Circulating Library, Pier Street. Catalogues on application. I
POLLING IN SOUTH EDINBURGH. Polling to fill the vacancy in the representation of South Edinburgh, caused by the death of Mr R. Cox, Liberal Unionist, took place on Monday. The result was declared shortly after midnight, as follows :— h Mr Athur Dewar (Liberal) 5820 General Wauchope (Unionist) 4989 Liberal majority 831 This is the gain of a seat to the Opposition.
ABERYSTWYTH. MARINE TERRACE Cambria Hotel- Miss Fitzroy Mr and Mrs Swan, Miss Allison, Mr W Morton Mr S Hostage Mr and Mrs Adams Mr W Hopkins; Mr and Mrs Munrce Penrock House, Mrs Jenkins— Mr, Mrs, and Master F Kent, Handsworth, Bir- mingham Misses Jenkins, Pontypool Mrs Bands Rock House, Mrs Harry Lloyd— Mr and Mrs Davies and maid, Llanelly Mrs Davies, Ruabon; Mrs Morgan, Llanidloes Mr Morgan, London; Mr and Mrs Jordan, family and maid, Kenilworth 4, Oxford House, 4, Mrs Rowlands- Mrs Cotterell and family, Yatton Miss Mac- gregor, Edgbaston Miss Middleton 5, Osborne House, Miss Morgan- Miss and Miss Georgina Tearne Rev T B and Mis Williams, two children and governess, St Paul's Vicarage, Llanelly Mrs F Mathews and family, Moseley, Birmingham 6, Miss Cole— Mrs Shepherd, Miss Bardsley, Cheadle, Cheshire; Mrs G Jones, Abercarne Mr and Miss M Judd, Newbridge; Mrs J Evans, Blackwood Miss Morgan, Miss Noble, London 7, Miss Jones- Capt and Mrs Jenks, Hyde Park, London; Miss M Sladen, Rhydolog, Rhayader Mrs Hosking, Wolverhampton Miss Stuart, Pockliugton Mrs Owen, family and maid, Mrs Owen, Shrewsbury Mrs Watkins, GJas. bury-on-Wye Mrs Powell Williams, do S, Mrs Davies- Mr and Mrs Nickolls, Tuck Hill, Bridgnorth Mr and Mrs J E Nickolls, Staverley, do Mr and Mrs Blakemore and family, Edgbaston Mr and Mrs A W Sargeant, Cardiff 9, Mrs Williams— The Misses Parr, Leamington, Spa Mr. Mrs, and Misses Hiles, Meole Brace, Shrewsbury Rev Mr and Mrs Lee, Miss Morland and maid, Berthsn Rectory Major and Mrs Bonsall, Miss Bonsall and maid, Galityllan 10, Mrs Jones— Mr and Miss Short, Mr and Mrs John Owen, Mrs Bache, Knighton; Mr and Mrs J Roberts, Oswestry Mrs and Mr Roger Jeffreys, Mrs Baile, Miss Owen, Llandovery Mrs Gordon and Misses Gordon, Bridgnorth Rev and Mrs Marsden and family, Llanllwch Vicarage Principal and Mrs Prys, family and nurses, Trevecca Mr and Mrs Watkins, Green Hill, Crickhowell Mrs Watkins, Noyadd, do Mrs Walker and maid, Wolverhampton Miss Tearne,Preston; Mrs Dr Owen,baby and nurse, Llandovery Miss Hillyer, Miss Savage, Rich- mond Mrs Blizard, Putney, London 12. Mrs Edwards— Mr and Mrs J Wilde. Bury 13, Avondale House, Mrs Owen Owen- Mr and Mrs J A Exley, Mr F W and Misses M and H Exley, Shropshire Mr and Mrs Evadp, LI-engollen; Miss Hutchingp, Erding- ton, Mrs Baron Rose and family, Halesowen, Birmingham Mrs Armstrong, Newcastle-on- Tyne 14, Miss Vaughan Rees— Mr and Mrs Botrell, Victoria Park, Manches- ter fr, Mrs, and Master Allcock, Tunstall, Staffs 15, Cambridge House, Miss Evans- Mr, Mrs S M, and Master Eric M Stuart, Wollaston, Stourbridge; Mrs W E Hey and sons, The Rockery, Stafford Mr and Mrs B J Jeavons, Penn Fields, Wolverhampton 16, Garfield House, Mrs Edward Jones- Mr and Mrs Mason, Erdsworth; Mr, Mrs, and Miss Yardley, Stourbridge 18, Miss Newell- Mrs H C Lawrence, Keith Lawrence Miss M Hewitt; Miss Baguley, Miss Pearsall, Birming- ham 19, Miss Lloyd- Mr and Mrs White and family, Moseley, Bir- mingham Mrs and Miss Fitter, Olton, do; Misses Annie and Ada Veen, do Belle Vue Hotel, W H Palmtr- Mr and Mrs Dean, Shrewsbury Mrs Farmer, do Mr and Mrs Binns, The Oaklands, Wal- sall Mrs Cooper, Mr Lewis, Mrs Mclntyre, Liverpool Mr and Miss Singuard, Tenby Mrs Wentworth Lacy; Mr H B Sale, Bir- mingham Mrs Davies, London Mrs Austin, Birmingham Mr Mitchell, Ingledene, Edg- baston Mr Turley, Rotherwood, do Dr Brandorf, Cambridge Mr Foster, London Mr Quexley, Chester Mr Wynne Jones, Haver- fordwest Mr Birch, London Mr and Mrs Rook Mr and Mrs Mills Roberts, Bethesda Mr and Mrs Vaughan Price, Geogorthern Mr Jones, Chester; Prof Carey Foster, London Mr and Mrs Ellard, Willenhall Waterloo Hotel- Mr and Mrs Owen, Builth; Mr J H Yearsley, London Mr, Mrs, and Miss Thompson, Shef- field Mr Glenny, London Mr D Hughes, Ebbw Vale Mr, Mrs, and Misses Bostock, Crewe Mr and Mrs Wood, Trowbridge Mr and Mrs Bill, do Miss M Jones, Exeter Mr and Mrs Pascal, Sparkbrook, Birmingham; Messrs Griffiths, Sacklpyand Wilkes, Shrews- bury Mr and Mrs Price, Builth; Mrs and Miss Naylor, Hereford Mr Charles Lapworth, Birmingham Mr Harry R G Inglis, Edin-1 burgh Mr and Mrs French, Birmingham Mr Wilson, Shifnal Mr Bennett, Newtown 30, Claremont, Mrs Ankers— Mr, Mrs, and Master Charrington, Lichfield Misses Crosswaith, Fairfield, Liverpool Mr and Mrs Maxwell Smith, Wrexham Mr Hibbert, Shrewsbury; Mr and Mrs Neville, family and nurse, Tamworth II, Mr David Phillips- Mr, MrsT W, and Miss Dora Gamble, Leicester; Mrs Davies, Moseley; Miss E Cooper, South Wigston Mr and Mrs R D Bromley and family, Shrewsbury 33, Gloucester House, Mrs Roberts- Mrs T Howard, Montgomery Mr, Mrs, Miss M E, and Masters Oliver, Nelson, and Gordon Auday, Olton, Warwickshire Mr and Mrs Woodwright, County Cork, Ireland Mrs Lloyd and Miss Parton, Highley, Bridgnorth Miss Bromley and friend 34, Windsor House, Mrs Aston— Mr and Mrs Cooper, Bilston Mrs and Miss Wroe, Lees, near Oldham MrsCalom, Roch- dale Messrs J E Critchley and Nuninger, Gloucester (2) Misses Carter, Stcke-on-Trent; Al's r, aran, The Cliffp, Harlsrhuhe; Mr and Mrs Badger, Misses Elsie and Kathleen Badger, Shrewsbury: Messrs Michael, J Evans, Phil Boorlia, J Eccelston, Percy Mottram, and W Holder, Shrewsbury 35, Brynymor House; Misses Nelson- Mrs Weaver, Ludlow Mr and Mrs Lloyd, baby and nurse, Welshpool; Mr and Mrs Bond and family, Welshpool; Mrs and Miss Fidler, Stockport; Mrs and Miss Blakeway, do Miss Cheetham, do; Mr and Mrs Turford and family, Ludlow Mr, Mrs, Miss, and Master Lucas, Bootle, Liverpool 39, Glyndwr House, Miss Griffiths- Mrs and Miss Groves, Ironbridge Mrs Slaney, Mrs Retchford, Oakengates Mr3 and Miss Hotchkiss, Craven Arms 4U, Mrs Fierce- Mr and Mrs Daggett Rose, Calcutta Mr, Mrs, and Miss Hook, Birmingham Mr and Mrs Vaughan, Mr A and Miss Vaughan, Liverpool; Miss Bretherton, London Dr and Mrs Barber. Str.fford; Mr and Mrs Winn, Coventry Mr H Albrecht, Manchester Mr Slater, Salop Mr and Mrs Richards, Oswestry Mr and Mrs Kendrick, Birmingham Mr and Mrs Floukes, Liverpool Mits Breston, Yarmouth Mr and Mrs Thom i9 Downing, Burslem, Staff; Miss Jones, Stafford Misses Jebb, Ellesmere 41, Clarence House. Mrs C J Brown- Mrs Bustard, Ellesmere, Salop Mrs Trueman, do Mr and Mrs Gordon-James, London 42, Miss Jones- Mrs Ashmore and Miss Sibley, Leamington Spa Mr and Mrs Charles Glanville, Abingdon Mrs Tollington, St Ma.ry Bourne, Hants Mrs Haynes, Warwick Mr Burrell, Handsworth Mrs and Miss Saddle, Liverrool Mrs and Aliss Kate Jones, Talybont 43, Picton House. Miss Osmotherley- Mr and Mrs Parker and family, Handsworth, Birmingham Miss Bradford, Birmingham Mr Ernest Coley, do; Mrs and Miss Burd, Shirley Vicarage; Mr and Mrs Rowlands, Liverpool Miss Ward. Roby, nr Liverpool 47, Chatham House, Mrs J LI Jones- Mr and Mrs Smith, baby and nurse, Gravelly Hill, Birmingham Mr, Mrs, and Master Coward, Miss Robertson, St Basils, Durdham Park, Clifton Mrs and Miss Morgan, Bristol Mrs Griffiths, Mr and Miss Griffiths, Wylde Green, Birmingham; Mrs H S and Master Walker, and Miss Foster Carter, Frankford Rectory, Rugby 48, Marlborough House, Mrs Bevan- Mr, Mrs, and Miss Yeaman, Rediitch Dr and Mra Davies, nurse and family, Miss Davies, Mrs F Bell, Miss Eley, Mrs Salt and family, Macclesfield 49, Mrs H Humphreys- Mrs and Misses (2) Harris, Merthyr; Misses Griffith, Carmarthen Mrs W G Hemmings, baby and nurse, Stony Strafford Miss Hemmings, Northampton Mr, Mrs, and Miss Earle, Hereford 50, Miss James— Miss Wood and Miss Simpson, Hereford Mrs Morton, Birmingham Mrs Cave, family and maids, do; Miss Smith, do 53, Miss Watkins— Misses Farr, Hereford Miss Farr and Miss Bridgewater, Leominster Mrs and Miss Jones, Stockport; Mr and Mrs MacBride and family, Edgbaston, Birmingham 54, Stafford House, Miss Bevan- Mr G H Wilson, and Miss Wilson, Mrs Jephson, Mr and Mrs Cotterill, Miss and Master Cot- terill, Mrs Anderson, family and maid, Derby 55, Penbryn House, Mrs Rice Williams- Mrs Edward Jackson, Miss Marshall, Leaming- ton Spa Norfolk House, Mrs Gathercole— Mrs Dahne, Mr and Mrs Jenkins, family, gover- ness, and nurse, Swansea; Rev L Pryce.Rev and Mrs Brown and child, Lowestoft; Mr and Mrs Briant, Mr Briant, jun, Miss Briant, Bilston Miss Godfrey, Smethwick, nr Birmingham; Miss A Astley, Wall Heath 57. Mrs Morgans- Mr Wilks and family, Sedgley Mr and Mrs Dixon, Wolverhampton Mrs Jones and Mrs Owen, Rhayader 58, Idris House, Miss Nicklin- Mrs Gill, Miss Napier, Oswestry Mrs and Miss Terry, Birmingham Miss Croucher, Hasle- mere Mrs and Miss Clark, Broseley 59, Miss James- Miss Ashton and maid, Southport Mrs Evans and Miss Farmer, Pantybeudy, Carmarthen; Mr and Mrs Lergery, Mr, Mrs, and Master Porkington, Miss Smith, Birmingham 61, Miss J Jones- Mr and Mrs G Bonner and family, Mr and Mrs F J Lees, Leicester; Mr, Mrs, Miss, and Misses F and E Beebee, Sale, nr Manchester 62. Miss Brownson- Mrs Breese, Machynlleth Miss Howson, Long- ton, Staff; Professor E Anwyl, the Misses Parr, Leamington Spa the Rev James, Mrs Davies, Liverpool Mr D and Master Saunders Davies, do Rev Maurice and Mrs Davies, Leek Rectory, Ireland Clifton House, Mrs Stockwell- Mrs Avory, Miss Edward, Manchester; Mr and Mrs Street and baby, Rotherham Mr, Mrs, and Miss Pendleton, Birmingham ALBERT PLACE 1, Dumbarton House, Mrs Humphreys- Mr and Mrs Saunders, London Mr and Mrs Bamford, Mrs Jarvice and family, Misses Davies, Llanidloes; Mr and Mrs Gittins, Surrey, London 3, Broughton House, Mrs Lewis—' Mr and Mrs and Miss Dora Evans, Birmingham Mr, Mrs, Miss, and Master Green, Smethwick, do Mr and Mrs Thompson and family, Bil- ston, Staffs 4, Mrs Williams— Mrs Greenwood, Oldham Mrs and Master G Brierley, do; Miss Evans, Dowlais Queen's Hotel, Mr W H Palmer- Mr, Mrs, Miss Mase6eld, Ledbury; Miss Heane, Miss Whatley, Ross Mr Hunton, Essex Mr Fisher, Bristol Mr Arton, Birmingham Mr Abraham, Mr and Miss Loveridge, Wolver- hampton; Mr and Mrs Nogara, Frongoch Mine Capt Week, Dublin; Mr and Miss Jordan, Mr Evans, Llandovery VICTORIA TERRACE 3, Ocean View, Mrs W H Kensit- Mr and Mrs Wilkinson, Doublin Mr and Miss Pennington, Hereford; Rev. Mrs, and Miss Dunscomb, Ledbury Mrs Riordon, Walsall Mrs and Miss Evans, Corwen Mrs and Miss Beck, Cheshire Mrs Radley and family, Con- gleton Mrs Magee, do Mrs Leake, Parville, Wellington Miss Reynolds, do 5, Plynlymon House, Mrs E A Hall- Mr and Mrs Craven, family and nurse, Oswestry; Mr and Mrs Lapwood, Bristol Mr, Mrs, and Miss Shaw, Mrs Moores, Heaton Moor Mrs Dowdeswell West Bromwich; Mrs McArthy, St Leonard's; Mr Vincent, London; Mr Wheeler, Croydon; Mr, Mrs, and Miss Clarke, Birmingham; Messrs George and Henry Taylor, do; Miss Field, Redhill; Nurse Kay, Oswestry Brighton House, Mrs J Williams— Mr and Mrs W G Slaney, Misses (2) and Masters Slaney and maids, Wellington, Salop Mr and Mrs Kitchen, St. Helens Mr Brown, Kilburn, Derby; Mr, Mrs, Miss, and Master Richardson, Marston's Green, Birmingham Mr and Mrs Wilkes, family and maid, West Smethwick, do; Miss Bayley, Miss Derby, Wolverhampton; Mrs and Miss Harrison, Stourbridge 10, Lenton House, Miss Allen- Mr, Mrs, and Miss G Medd, Moseley, Birming. ] ham; Mrs Heath, Miss Booth, Derby Miss Ashton, Roden Hall, Stoke-on-Trent; Mrs Eyton, Major and Mrs Shaw, Leamington St Oswalds, Misses Sabine- Mr and Mrs Collins, Oswestry Dr and Mrs Green, Miss Green, Sutton Coldfield I Miss Green, Welshpool; Rev G Wright, Sutton Coldfield Misses Johnston, Mathews, and Edwards, Sutton Coldfield Misses Bunting, Rowley Park, Stafford; Mr W H Sabine, Derby CLIFF TERRACE Aelydon, Mrs Ashmall- Mr liarvey Williams, BA, Mr Hugh Gutch, Redditch Mr, Mrs, and Master George Howell and maid, Great Malvern Mr and Mrs Edward-, Himley Hall, Staffs CONSTITUTION HILL Gwyn-y-don, Miss C Lee- Mrs and Miss Betton, Wem, Shropshire Mr Bayley, Tilstock, Shropshire Miss E Duckers, Mr G Brown, Miss A Brown,.Wem, Salop Mr E Wheeler, Hitchin, Herts BRYNYMOR ROAD Eleanor Villa, Miss Walker- The Misses Dallow, Lea-road, Wolverhampton Mrs Cowley, Broseley Rosario, Miss Nock- Rev John Dunbar and family, Rashcliffe Vicar- age, Huddersfield Misses Dean, do BRYNYMOR TERRACE 3, Miss Lewis- Mr Edward Lewis, Llanfyllin 5, Mrs Ellis- Ir, Mrs, Miss, and Masters Claude ani Horace Slaney, Kings Heath, Birmingham Brynglas, Mrs C. H. Cocks- Mr, Mrs, Miss, and Mr A Chandler Glenlossie House. Mrs Hoskins- Mr W Mills, Wolverhampton QUEEN'S SQUARE Rev John and Mrs Rowlands, Master Martin Rowlands, The Vicarage, Aberdovey Mrs and Master H Pratt, Handsworth Mr and Mrs Ford, Birmingham Mr and Mrs Chap- man, family and nurse, do Mr and Master A Brook, London QUEEN'S ROAD Landsdowne House, Mrs Davies- Mr and Mrs Allen, Stafford Misses Key and Lowe, Bridgnorth 22, Mrs Thompson- Mr and Mrs Woodbridge and family, Selby Park, Birmingham'; Mr and Mrs Williamson, and baby, Urmston, Manchester Holborne House, Mrs Thackham- Mr and Mrs Taylor, Nechells, Birmingham Hilton House, Mrs James- Mrs Noone, Hereford Mrs Peacock, Newcastle- on-Tyne 12. Mrs Davies- Mrs and Messrs Williams, Tanygrisiau, Blaenau Festiniog; Miss Evans, Barmouth Miss Smith, Bristol SOUTH MARINE TERRACE Sea Cliff, Mrs Briscoe- Dr Mclntyre, Edinburgh Miss Davies Evans, Llysaeron, Aberayron Miss 'S .Evans, Aber- ayron Captain and Miss Hazell, Waterloo, Liverpool iiatheld House, Mrs Matthew Jones— Mr and Mrs Harry Macdona, Oxton, Cheshire Rev and Mrs Raven Hollings, St John Vicar- age, Bethnal Green, London Mr and Mrs Scott, three children and governess, Marple, Cheshire; the Misses Preston, Northwich, Ches- shire 4, Mrs Simcox- Mr John Whitridge Woodall, Mr Bowdler, Shrewsbury 9, Morawel, Mrs E K Thompson- Rev J Hawker and Mrs Hawker, Ironbridge Salop Misses E and M Thomas, Hadley Miss E. Thomas, Wolverhampton Miss Parkes, Edgbastn Mr Oakes, Broseley, Salop Mr A. Fielding, and Mrs Fielding, Manchester Mrs and Miss Venables, Beach House, Wellington Master Jack Venables Lewis, ditto Mrs Smith, Sheriffhales Miss Whitehouse, Bridgetown Mrs Marchant, Shifnal, Salop Avondale, Mrs lurless- Mr and Mrs Sharpe, and family, Liverpool Misa Cox, do Mr and Mrs S J Ellis, baby and maid, Wrexham Miss Lloyd Jones, Mold Glanydon, Misses Knight- Mr, Mrs, and Misses Willway, Clifton, Bristol Mr Lace, do Glan-y-Werydd, Mrs Williams— Misses Stubbs, Ross, Herefordshire PORTLAND STREET 2, Pengaer, Miss James- Miss Evans, Llandilo 3, Mrs Pughe— Mr and Mrs Com 11, Sale, Cheshire 5, Clytha House, Mrs Culliford— Miss Bevan, Mrs Jones, Mrs Williams, Merthyr Mr and Mrs Perrett, Bristol Miss Taylor, Newport, Mon 7, Gla-fryn, Mrs Captain Davies- Miss Da\ies and maid, Hereford; Mrs and Miss Daulby, Ludlow 13, Mrs D Humphreys- Mrs and Mr Adams, Miss Adams, Miss Williams, Newtown 14, Primrose House, Mrs Jones- Mr and Mrs Higginson, Miss Hunter, Chester Mrs, Miss Hilda, and Master Bulley, Bir- mingham Messrs C and D Humphreys, Llan- fair Mr R G Williams, Liverpool 21, Mrs Bateman- Mr and Mrs Jones, Bristol 23, Miss Sylvanus- Mrs Yardley, Moseley, Birmingham; Mrs Randall, Coalbrookdale Mrs Hughes, Mr Fletcher, Mr H Fletcher, Birmingham Mrs Edwards, Caersws 26, Ellan Vannin, Mrs Morris- Misses Edith and Amy Burbidge, Miss Aldridge, Birmingham 2S, Ystwyth House, Mrs Williams— Mr Thomas, Morriston Mr and Mrs Rendell, Northwich Mrs Hield, Leeds Miss Jones, Machynlleth 33- Mrs Harrison, Liverpool; Miss Harrison, Birken- head 39, Mrs Jones— Mr Cashmore, Mrs and Misses Maud, May, and Mary Massey, Bearwood, Smethwick; Mrs Massey, Birmingham Mr and Mrs Jones, Pontypridd 42, Mrs Mary Jones- Mr and Mrs Hughes, Walsall 43— Capt and Mrs Owen, Liverpool; Capt, Mrs J H, and Miss Roberts, Llawr Penegoes 47, Mrs Griffiths- Mr, Mrs, and Miss Packer, Sefton Park, Liver- pool Mr and Mrs Williams, Cricklewood, London Herald House, Mrs M Hughes- Mr, Mrs, and Master G Clarke, Manchester Miss Jones, Mr M H Jones, Mr Rice, Builth 54, Mrs A Cook— Mr and Mrs Ettwell, Balsall Heath, Birming- ham NORTH PARADE 23, Mrs Lumley— Mr and Mrs Stokes and Son, Wrexham 24, Mrs John Potts- Misses Jones, London Mrs Evans, Lavender Hill Mrs Morgans, Clapham Common; Mr and Mrs James Howarth, Bury, Lane Mrs and, Miss Claypool, Birmingham 28, Haulfan, Mrs Williams- Mrs Reece, Birmingham; Mr, Mrs, and Miss Wones, Mrs Wones, Mrs Mantel!, Mr H Field, West Bromwich Mrs and Miss Glover, Sur- biton 29, Mrs Lumley Jones— Mr and Mrs Read Brown, Upper Clapton, Lon- don 32- Mrs Vaughan, Misses Ray and Parker, Welsh- pool Miss Powell, Leightcn 42, Mrs C Hughes- Mr and Mrs Jellie, Miss Josland, London 43, Miss Morgan— Miss Halstead and Nephew, Rochdale, Lane Mrs Harrison, Market Harborough 44, Mrs James— Miss and Mr H Howse, Mr Howse, Bath Buckington House, Mrs J Evans— Misses Smith, Cooke, Neale, and Marshland, Birmingham Mrs Davies, Corris; Miss Davies, Gwynfynydd, Caersws Mrs Davies, Llwyncelyn, Trefeglwys; Mr Marshland, Bir- mingham Belgravia House, Miss Morgan- Mrs Henwood Thomas, Mr Fritz Frowse, London St Anthony's Misses Cocbill— Mr S Richards and family, Walsall; Misses Plant, Brewood Mrs and Miss Scott, Bath Mrs and Miss Daviep, Wellington NORTHGATE STREET Cooper's Hotel, Mrs Morgan- Mr and Mrs Paxley, Hammersmith Northgate House, Mrs Thomas- Mr and Mrs Palmer, Rugby 11, Miss Virtue Hughes- Mr and Masters Sam and Joe Green, West Bromwich Mr and Mrs Jones, Llanfyllin Mr and Mrs Hopwood, Miss N Hopwood, Oldham TRINITY ROAD Harcourt House, Mrs Lloyd- Mr, Mrs, and Master A Clews, Birmingham Miss Edwards, Oswestry Mr and Mrs and Miss E May Sweet, Dowlais; Misses Jones, London TRINITY PLACE 1, Mrs Roberts- Miss White, New Brighton 6, Mrs Edwards- Mr and Mrs W LI Morgan, Mr and Mrs White and family, London TRINITY SQUARE Sunnybank, Mrs Edwards- Mrs Liversege, senr., Mr and Mrs Liversege, junr., Miss Liversege, Birmingham Hawkesbury, Miss Morris— Mr, Mrs, and Miss Whitehouse, West Bromwich GOGERDDAN COTTAGES 7, Mrs Griffiths- Mr and Misses Daisy and Nelly White, Bristol 6, Mrs W Jones- Misses Leonard, Perry Barr, Birmingham NORTH ROAD Greenfield House, Mrs Goldswortby- Misses Mills and Jones, Llanidloes (2) Misses Mills, Newport 3, Mrs Atwooa- Mrs and Miss Hamer, Rhayader Tydfil Villa, Mrs J Williams- Miss Spencer, B A London Kingston House, Miss Icke- Misses Vand M Hughes, Holywell ;Miss Lyons, Birmingham Mits Kreitmair and Broomhall, Birkenhead Miss Owen, Bangor Golden Grove, Mrs H Owen- Mr Taylor, Birmingham Mr and Mrs Wilson, Acocks Green, Birmingham; Master Percy Wilson, do Captain E Lewis, New Brighton Mr and Mrs L E Owen, Liverpool Mr T Griffin, Walsall Master A Morris, Dinas Mawddwy LOvEDEN ROAD Caron Villa, Mrs Nightingale- Mr and Mrs Puxley, London Mr Sheppard, do Mr, Mrs, and Miss Lord, Birmingham Mr, Mrs, and Miss Franklin, do TREFOR ROAD Hillside Villa, Mrs Richardson- Mr and Mrs Jones and family, Miss Wood, Htn- ley, Staffs Mrs Cotterill, Burslem Ettrick Brae, Frances Jones— Mrs Price, Presteigne Mrs Cadmore, Ashley Moor, Orlton Miss Jones, Warrington LISBURNE TERRACE 4, Miss Yatt's- Mr and Mrs Hall, Llandyssul Miss Perkins, The Grange, Ashwood Bank 6, Mrs Davies- Mr and Mrs Pugh, Sydenham, London Miss Bartrop, Wednes BAKER STREET Peris House, Mrs A Potts- Mr and Mrs Jones, Aberdare Mr and Mrs Free- man, Birmingham Mrs and Miss T Evans, Plantation, Nex town 4, Mrs Capt Hutiipiireys- Mr Jones, Rhondda Valley Mrs Hopkins, Wal sail 5, Capt Jones- Miss Rogers, Oswestry 6, Mrs Long- Mrs Halstead, Hereford; Mr and Master Evans, Rhayader H frydle, Mrs Evans— Mr aud Mrs Morgan, Hereford Victoria Hotvl, Mrs Cuiiniugliani- Mr and Mrs Feuwick, Rimsgate LIfTLE DARKqATE STREET Bryn House, Mrs Edwards— Mr and Mrs Pitt, B rmingham Misses Smith, do 4, Mrs Phillips- Mr and Mrs Young, Tamworth prince Albert H tel, Mr Parrish- Mr Ellis, Lampeter; Miss Field, Leatherhead, Surrey 29, Burleigh House, Mrs Fincb- Mr and Mrs Hopkins, Lunglow; Mr and Mrs Owen, Llandrindod Hall Mrs Davies, Rowley, Presteign Miss Lewis, Evanheble Mrs and Miss Edward, Rowley, Mrs Kinsley, Presteign SOUTH ROAD II, Mrs Giles— Mr Octavius Davies, Rhiwtyr; Air D Black- wood, Monmouthshire Mr Evan Davies Rhiwtyr Trem-y-don, Mrs E Jones- Mr and Mrs Ashmore, West Smethwick, Bir- mingham Mr Owen E Jones, Pwllheli; Mr Rees E Parry, Swansea 35, Alltwen View, Mrs Jones— Mr and Mrs Britton, Lczells, Birmingham Brynffosydd, Mrs Roberts — Mr and Mrs Vaughan, Misses B and A Vaughan, Birmingham Miss Lewis, Chester Mrs and Miss Heard, Birmingham CASTLE TERRACE 3, Miss Dalton— Miss Perry, Orton, Wolverhamton; Mr and Mrs Eastwood, Leicester 4, Mrs A Davies— Mr W A Srr,ith, Birmingham Mrs J C Pavies, Trench, nr Wellington Mrs Fanner and party (3), Craven Arms, Salop 6, Mrs Edwards— Mrs Long Price, Air and Mrs J. T. Price, Llan- dilo Tanycastell, Mrs Hancok- Air Horace Smith and 1 arty, Sheffield; the Misses Rowse, Bushey, Herts Air Trearthen, Cardiff Mr Parry, Brymbo BRIDGE STREET Old Black Lien Hotel, Mrs E. Lewis- Mr Hughes, Abergavenny Air Davies, Llanafan; Alessrs Thomas and Watson, Carmarthen Mrs Morris, Treorkey Mr Stephens, Llandrindod Air Humphreys, Corris Air Felapton, Leeds Nag's Head, Mrs Evans— Mr Owens, L'angeitno Mrs and Miss Felix, Tregaron Mrs Jones, MrsE\ans, Carmarthen; Mr Pilot, Newtown 29, Agra House, Mrs Wehlisch- Mrs and Aliss Molly Hill, Miss Dakin. Mrs Bliss, Mr Sidney Dowler, Birmingham 37, Bro Dawel, Mrs L Bearne- Mr, Mrs, and Miss Davies, Birmingham Mr and Mrs Davies, Derby Messrs R Francis and J Harding, Benfleet, Essex Mr J Mitchel, Woodlands, Thundersley, Essex 42, Mrs Gobert— Mr, Mrs, and Miss Turner, Waterloo; Mr Davies, Llandilo; Ir, Mrs, and Master Billing. ton, Lozells Mr T G Jones, London 44, Mrs Stepenson— Mrs Brinsford and family, Birmingham; Mr Newton, London Crugiau House, Mrs D Evans- Mr Brooks, Birmingham Mr Bull, Nottingham Messrs Levridge and Sidney, Birmingham Hotel Westminster Private Hotel, L G Parry- Mr J R Cox, Sheherds Bush Messrs A C and C C Waterhouse, Oldham, Lanes; Mr J HlJones. Worcester Mr E Morgan, Swansea Mr and Mrs Miles, Catford, Kent; Mr and Mrs F J Walter, Liverpool Mr J Chapman, Man- chester Mr J F Hammond, Cardiff; Mr Chae. H Crook, do Mr Charles F Frose, Bristol Mr L E Atkinson, Esex, Southern-on-Sea; Miss Frost, London Mr Buston, Worcester The Old Bank, Miss Samuel- Miss Parry, Ffroodva!e, Llandilo Mrs Powell, Boughrood Castle Mrs Lloyd, Erwood Mrs Jones— Mrs Timmins, Newcastle-under-Lyne, Staffs; Miss Lea, Andlem, Cheshire 53, Pensnett House, Mrs Lewis— Mr and Mrs Ashcroft, Waterloo 55, Mrs Davies— Mrs and Miss Williams, Byrgwmbach Miss H Davis, Llanpumsaint; Mr T Griffith, Conwyl; Mr D Evans, Carmarthen POWELL STREET 5, Wilbury House, Mrs Parry- Mr and Mrs Whittal, Portmadoc Mrs and Miss Thomas, Presteign Mr Little, Aberdeen 7, Mrs Davies— Mrs and Masters Laddie and Cyril Yapp, Hands- worth, Birmingham Mrs and Misses Ethel and Gladys Brinley, do Mr and Mrs Leon- ard, Alachen, near Newport Rose Hill, Miss Humphreys- Prof J A Davies, Treherbert Dr A J Jones, Tonypandy; Rev T R Francis, Treorchy WILLIAM STREET 1, Flintshire House, Mrs Jones— Mr, Mrs, and Maeter Lionel Caperon, Hartley Mr D Davies, Mr Jones, Llandyssul 2, Mrs J P Salmon— Mr D J Jones, Builth GEORGE STREET Newry House, Mrs Lloyd- Mr and Mrs Thomas, Kidsgrove, Staffs; Mrs and Mr Jack Phillips, Wandsworth, Lon- don Misses James, Putney, do Miss Jones, Miss 0 Jones, Borough, do; Miss Davies, New- town MILL STREET Plough Inn, Mrs Jones— Mr Thomas, Williametowo Mr Richards, Tre orchy Mr Richards, Dowlais Mrs Davies, Tylorstown; Miss Jones, Llanelly ST AlICHAEL'S PLACE 3, Mrs Lloyd— Misses Hughes (2), Birmingham; Miss Lister, do; Mrs and Miss Ferrington, Ironbridge PIER STREET Mr Cotton— Mr and Mrs T S Gleaves, niece and family, Parkgate, nr Flint Mrs Freath, daughter and baby, Mrs Brittain, Wolverhampton 28, Mrs Watkins— Mr a.nd Mrs Jones, Mrs A Griffith, London Mr and Mrs Evans and baby, Newtown; Master J James, Cardiff; Master Llew James, Bris- tol 34, Miss Phillips- Miss Phillips, Haverfordwest Miss J Lloyd, do Gwalia Temperance Hotel, Mrs Harcourt- Mr Taylor, Birmingham Mr Shepherd, Shef- field; Mrs T and Master C Harcourt, Old- bury Mr Trenfield, Stratford NEW STREET 11, Mrs Rowlands— Miss C Eason, Miss E Grassidge, Wolverhamp- ton Bank Vaults, Mr S Glithero— Mr H Turner, Clapham, London Wandsworth House, Miss Richards- Mr, Mrs, and Miss Allen, Stoncbride; Miss Gething, do Mrs, Miss, and Master Beards, Wolverhampton KING STREET Castle House, Mrs Evans— Mrs and Miss A Griffiths, Miss Dyas, Miss Fletcher, Madeley, Salop Mr R A Daniell, Little Park, Falmouth LAURA PLACE. 2, Miss Jones— Mrs Lloyd Evans and family, Warwick BATH STREET Alona House, Mrs J oces- Rev Mr and Misses Hawkes, Birmingham Rev J Glough, Manchester Mr and Mrs Davies and family, Lampeter Aloreb House, Mrs Morgan- Air and Mrs Jones, Talardd, Llanybyther Cadogan House, Mrs W Jones— Mr and Mrs Hughes, Liverpool Mr and Miss Lloyd; Mrs Chappell, Barngley, Yorks; Miss Rhosles, Doncaster, do Somerset House, Misses Williams and Owen— Mrs Craddock, Miss Richardson, Mr and Miss Scott, Hereford; Air and Mrs Franks and baby, Birmingham CORPORATION STREET Bryngwalia, Mrs Williams— Mr, Mrs, and Miss Press well, Swansea Mr and Mrs Jones, Air and Air E Morris, Corris ALFRED PLACE 3, Mrs Hunt- Air and Mrs Bradley, Mrs Salt, Miss Inglis, Con- gleton 4, Mrs Roberts— Mr and Mrs Nutting, Newtown Unicorn Inn, Mrs Phillips- Mrs Samuel, Llwynpia Air and Mrs Hopkins, Alies W illiams, Aberdare SEA VIEW PLACE 3, Stoney Croft, Miss Keeling— Miss Stringer, Fairfield Liverpool 4, Castle Cottage, Miss Dougnton- Air and Mrs Ingram and family, Liverpool Air- Ingram, Wolverhampton Bodarfor, Mrs H Hughes— Mr J J Thomas, Ponterwyd; Air J R Jones, Cdiau Aeron, Aberayron 9, Mrs Thomas— Air and Miss Lewis, Walsall 13, Aliss Jones- Air F C Pattin, Wolverhampton CUSTOM HOUSE STREET 3, Mrs Hughes- Mr, ALs, and Master E Garratt, Derby Fa:rbourne House, Mrs Roberts— Aliss Bowktr, Miss Devey, Moseley, Birming ham Mrs Hall- Mr and Mrs Aykroyd, Clayton Bridge, Alan ehesttr 6, Mrs Humphreys— Air "-dliams, Chirbury Mr, Mrs, and Miss E I Morris, Liverpool 11, Airs Eaton— Airs Sambrooks, Newtown Mr and Airs William J cries, Hereford Gienhuntly House, Mrs Williams— Mr W M Davies. Tvvynbedw, Clydach, Glam Miss Harris, Brookland Cottages, Morriston Mrs Jt-nkins, Llangwvryfon PROSPECT STREET 23, Miss Davies— Air and 1 r", Master Teddy, and Aliss E Ma lay.or, Will-nhall J CHALYBEATE STREET 9, Trefor House, Miss E Jones— Rev and Mrs W lliams and family, Cefnmawr Ru.i' oi, Airs W illiams, Mrs Pritchard, Bre ¡ con 11, T S Pryce- Mrs Neville, Mr Embley, Welsbpool 13, Mrs Jones— Mr and Mrs Frances, Llanddewibrefi 23, Mrs Humphreys— Air and Mrs Stevens, Newport, Alon Mr Williams, Llar-dudoo Mr and Mrs Evans, Swansea 31, Mrs Edwards- Mr and Mrs Nevett, Broseley Mrs Davies, Pencader; Mr and Mrs Humphreys and child, Birmingham QUEEN STREET 3, A me Da" iefi- Mr James, Cardigan Mr Davies. do 5, lrs T LewitJ- Mr and Mrs Alason, Liverpool Mr Davies, Bir- mingham Alirs Davis do 10, Aliss Jenkins- Air and Mrs Alarfell, Airs Alarfell, Bors-on-Wye l-í. Mrs OWEQ- Mrs and Misses A and M Jones, Birmingham HIGH STREET 21. Mrs H uhes- Mr aua Mrs Cook, VV iilenhali Air and Mrs Bailey, Birmingham Mr Gilby, do 2S, Airs Parry— Mr and Airs Jones, Alaster A H Jones, Perry Bar, Handsworth 3S, Mrs Capt. Jones— Mrs Brinton, West Bromwich Mrs Wright, do Airs 'A j]kes nnil farniiv. do THESPLAN STREET Alansfield House, Mrs Griffiths- Airs T V\ atkiiis, Pontypridd 15, Airs Reec— Air and Mrs James, Rhayader: Mrs Cennell, Wednesbury RAILWAY TERRACE 5, Airs Jones— Mr Linnell, Rugby; Air J R Alorgan, Machyn- IlEth Sefton H ouse, Mrs Hnghes- ,;e'- Air and Mrs Cork, Alanchester 13, Mrs Bele— Mr Price, Gloucester Sunny Side, Mrs Thomas— Mr and Mrs Hudsoo, Barratts Hill, Broseley, Salop; Mrs H Biggins, Miss and Aliss A C Cooper, Wolverhampton Mr T J Morris, Mr Evans, Llandilo 18, Mrs Hutchings- Mrs Orr and family, Air Rogers, Rhyl Glan Gwili House, Mrs Griffiths- Mr and Mrs Lewis, Llanbrynmair Mr and Mrs Richards, Pontlottyu Miss Ethel Fisher, do PRINCESS STREET 14, Airs J E Jones— Mr, Airs, and Miss Bassett, Miss E Bassett, Alisses Griffiths (2), Wolverhampton CAMBRIAN PLACE 4, Glyndwr House, Mre Hughes- Mrs B and Miss Jones, Miss E Jones, Shrews- bury Mr Over, Misses Owen, Birmingham 5, Victor House. Mrs Jenkins- Mr Da vies and son, Neath Aliss Lewis, Rere. fordshire; Mr Thomas, Breckonshire Mr Hughes, London Cambrian House, Mrs D Jones- Mr and Mrs Davies, baby and nurse, Lampeter Mr Davies, Mr Pride, Carmarthen UNION STREET I, Miss Morris— Mrs Griffiths, Mrs Evans, London Mrs and Misses Elsie and Dorris Langley, West Brom- wich 2, Mrs Rowlands- Mr and Airs James Phillips, Haverfordwest, S Wales Mr Frank James. Walsall 3, Eastwood House, Mrs D Edwards- Mr H W Parker, Poplar, London; Mr B R Parker, Camden Town, do Mr, Mrs, Miss, and Master Edeson, Bridgnorth Misses Edeson, Chester John D Jenkins, Kingsland, London Dyssyni House, Mrs Edwards- Mr and Mrs Frank Levick, Snrbiton, Surrey Miss J E Jones, Leytonstone, Essex Alra Levens, Manchester