BARMOUTH. SOUTH PARADE. Oiborne House, Mrs Brazier Mr and Mrs Robins, Mr and Mrs Mountfrrd and maid, Sutton Coldfield Mr aud Mrs Randal Ayrtm, M s and Miss Ayrton, Mrs Dodd Miss Fleic man, Abbots Rock, Chest r; Mr and Mrs Stamford King, Loadoa Belmont Hous Mrs Thorns- Mrs and Misses Mo^rit. Mrs Line and baby, Master W Earle, Crosby, Liverpool Rev R M P Butler and Mrs Butler, baby and nurse, Congleton Miss Peaches, Cambridge Mrs Ricketts, Fratcham Comber House, Mrs Roberts— Mr and Mrs Daggett Rose, Calcutta Mr and Mrs 1. Pearce and children, Market Drayton Beach House, Mrs Jones— Mr and Mrs James Purr, Misses Parr (2), Man- chester MARINE TERRACE Bank House, Mrs Edwards— Mrs and M ss Blackburn, Miss Blackburn. Miss Greener, the Rev P G Blackburn, Mrs Blackburn and children, Harrogate Mr W G Olpherts, Mrs James, Brighton; Mr and Mrs Parfitt, Reading 2, Mrs Evan Jones— Mr and Mrs Backhouse and family, governess and nurse, Harrogate; Dr and Mrs Good, family and nurse, Doncaster; Misses Smith, do 3, Clive-place, Miss Morris- Mrs Lane, family and maid, Hampstead; Mr and Mr Williams and family, Birmingham 4, Mrs Jones— Mr, Mrs C W Bassano, Miss Vera Bassano, Mr F Bassano, Dr H F Bassano, Old Hill, Stafford shire Miss L Hofmann, Lucerne, Switzerland Mr and Mrs E Smedley, Miss Hunt, Belper 5, Mrs Parry— Mrs Mackerzie, family and nnrse, Edgbaston, Birmingham Mr Walter Bassano, Haden Cross, Old Hill, Staffordshire Mr and Irs T Cooksey, Old Hill, staffs Master Kenneth Cooksey and maid, do Mr ED Jones, M A, and Mrs Jones, County School 6, Mra R Griffith- Mr and Mrs Cakebread and family, London Mrs J E Perry, Mr and Mrs Howard E Perry, Wolverhampton; Mr and Mrs Rymond, Misses (3) Rymond, Messrs H E and E J Rymond, Birmingham 7, Mn Ellis J oneS- Mr and Mrs Ciammond, children and nurse Glasgow Mr, Mrs, and Miss Hudson, Mr Garnett, Stretford 9, Mrs Williams— Mr and Mrs Fisher, Dublin Mr and Mra Her- bert Stone, family and nurse, Solihull, War- wickshire 10, Mrs Williams- Mrs Nanney Williams and family, Dolgeiky Mr and Mrs Jackson, baby and nurse, Bir- mingham 11, Mrs Davies and Miss Griffith- Mr and Mrs Hipkisa and family, Birmingham Mr and Mrs Bowter and family, London Mr and Mrs Salter and family, Birmingham 12, Miss Jones— Mrs Williams, governess and children, Thorn- bury, Gloucester Mr and Mrs Percy Rimmer, family and maids, Liverpool; Mr Tuckett, Mr and Mrs Graham Hanmer,^ Misses Hanmer, Wrexham York House, Mrs J W Cotton- Mr and Mrs H E Norlidge baby and nurse, Stoneycroft, Liverpool Miss Walkden, Carrington Mrs Franks and friend, Mr W G Franks, Coventry Mr, Mrs, and Miss Reeves, Washwood Heath Mr and Mrs Radoal, Handsworth Windsor House, Mr3 Robbins- Mr and Mrs Linnet, Master H Robbin, Kings Heath Mr aud Mrs Haughton, Warrington, Lancs Oak House, Mrs Jackson— Mrs Ledger, Mrs Kayeand chill, Leeds Miss Evans and Miss Day Mr and Mrs Harrison, Buckhurst Hill, Essex Miss Rogers and Miss Packer, London Misses Russell, Clevedon Ty Fry, Mr Edwards— Mr and Mrs Arkley,tod family, Birkenhead Belgrave House, Mrs Williams — Rev and M«i jretn Price, family and two nurses, Miss Bnrn.iby, Brampton Bryan Rectory; Drand Mrs Wilson, family and nurse, Cheadle; Miss Kendal, do Mr and Mrs Crossland and family, Huddersfield BEACH ROAD Post Office. in Dd Davies- Mrs Nutter, Messrs H, F, and II Nutter, Miss Holt, Rochdale Mr J W and Mrs Scholes, Radcliffe Arthur G Dow, W By- water, King's Lynn Mr and Mrs Clements, Chirk Misses Clements (3), Miss Smith, M ss Wise Richmond Boarding House, Mrs Barrow Evans- Mr Edward Davies, Doicaradog, ?vlachynlleth Mr and Mrs Simons, Cardiff; Mr and Mrs Howard Kirk, B imiagham Mr Poole New- port Mr Arthur, London .Vle^r.? Priest, Birmingham Mr Robe'-cson, London GLANYWERYDD TERRACE 1, Nlrs J Lloyi- Mr, Mrs, and Miss Mollie Clarke, Mr and Mrs Tyana and child, Birkenhead Dr, Mrs, and is Clegg, Isle of Maa Mr and Misses (2) Young, Liverpool Mr Forman, do 4, Mrs Jones- Mrs and Mr Ducat, London Mrs Profit- Mr and Mrs Briggs, Yorkshire Miss Brook, Bradford Misses Florence and Mildred, Bywater, Bradford Mrs Lewis, Brynrocen Mrs Davies, Uxbridge; Miss Watkins, Maiden- head Mrs Davies- Mr, Mrs J 0, and Miss Adams, Leicester J Threlfall, Atherton, Laneg SEA VIEW TERRACE 3, Miss Phillips- Mr, Mrs, and Master Raymond Phillips, Acocks Green Mrs Raoford and family, Coventry Miss Prothero, Handsworth DOCTOR'S BUILDINGS 1, Mrs W Bishop- Mr and Mrs Evans, Saltley, Birmingham Hope Villa, -Nlrs Evans- Mr and Mrs Robbins and baby, Walthamstow; Miss Simrns, London Mr J A Rowlands Glan Owen, Mrs Griffiths- Mr and Mrs Jones and children, Liverpool 1, Glanywerydd House, Nlrs Jones Misaes (3) Laycock, Mr Laycock, Mr Star, Wigan ;Mr J Watkins, Liverpool FRONFELEN CASTLE 1, Miss Pugh- Mr, Mrs, and Miss Price, Liverpool 3, Miss Thomas— Mrs and Miss Hughes, Brecon Mrs and Miss Florrie Hughes, Wrexham; Mr and Mrs Wallis, Manchester Mr and Mrs Thomas and family, Leamington Spa Miss Hay, Chesterfield AELFOR TERRACE 2, Mrs Captain Evans- Mr and Mrs Sampson and family, Liverpool Mrs Scholz- Mr C G Anders, London GLASFOR TERRACE 3, Mrs Davies- Messrs Gardner and Barter Oxford 5, Mrs Davies- Mr H W Say and Mrs Say, Wocd Green, London Mr A H Huline and Mrs Huline, Hednesford Mr W H Morgan, Wordsley, Stourbridge HANLI1H TERRACE 3, Mrs W H Davies- M. EM Hamer, Llanidloes Mr J E Story, N. and S. W. Bank 4, Miss Lloyd- Mr, Mrs, and Miss Stephensoo, Mr C A Stephenson, Mr E Roe, Moseley, Birmingham; Mr and Mrs Gee Stepson, Ealing BELLE VUE MANSIONS 2, Mrs J J Griffith- Miss Falconer, Southport; Mr and Mrs Heynes, Miss Heynes, Miss Canter, Miss Ryder, Malvern Miss Stoke, Clifton Mr and Mrs Jackson, Hessle, E Yorkshire Criterion, Mr George Crump— Mrs Henry Webster, Ireland Mrs W Alex White, do; Mr Carlos de la Vega, Malaga, Spain FRONFELEN TERRACE 1, Mra Williams- Mr and Mrs James Stokes, Manchester Mrs G A Paris, Miss Nina Paris, Miss E Jones, Liverpool 2, Mrs Roberts- Mrs and the Misses Webster, St Helens 3, Mrs Morria— Mr and Mrs Keith Ellerton and family, Wolver- hampton Misses Smith and Jefferson, York 5, Mrs R Griffith- Mr and Mrs Urry and family, Birmingham; Mr and Mrs Sanders and family, Sheffield VICTORIA PLACE 1, Miss J Davies- Mr and Mrs Maymon, Patrieroft 2, Mrs Rogers— Mr and Mrs Holloway, Birmingham Mr and Mrs Westward and family, Oldbury, do HENDRE VILLAS 1- Mrs Davies, London Miss Morris, do 3, Mrs J George- Mr T Adams, Mrs lould, Rock Ferry Miss Mould, do; Miss Inkster, Rock Ferry Miss E Inkster, do Mr and Mrs Paine, Pendleton, Manchester Miss & and Master Ch. Paine, do EPWORTH TERRACE 1, Mra Williams— Mr and Mrs Arthur Brewer and three children, West Kirby Miss Wood, Longhirst PARK ROAD Tal-Aig, Mrs Griffiths- Mr Webb, Birmingham Mr E E Coleman, Sale, Cheshire Cerniw Cot-age, Mrs Davies- Mr and Mra P Woodford and family, Ruabon L MARINE GARDEN'S j Falcon House, Misses Perrin and Turner— Mr and Mrs G H Peers and family, Millthwaite, Wallasey Miss F C Lowndes, the Mount, New Brighton Daisy Bmk, Misses Roberts- Mr Fritz Loffler, Frieburg Mr J Heyes, Liverpool Dr and Mrs Minter and family, Uxbridge Franlein Schuldt, Hamburg Roseneath, Mrs Williams- Mr and Mrs Bennett and baby, Blackheath Mrs White, Birmingham 7 — Mr, Mrs, and Master Lawrence Wilson, Mr and Mrs and Miss Price, London Garn House, Mrs Morgan- Mr, Mrs, and Miss Broad. Liverpool Glandovey House, Mr Lewis Edwards- Mr Harris and family, Nuneaton MARINE ROAD. Colwyn House, Mrs Hyam- Mr and Mrs Hattrick, Dolgelley Gwynfryn House, Mrs Davies- Miss and Master Webbe, Handsworth, Birming- ham Aston House, Misses Jones— Mrs Bouchette, Master and Miss Haddock and governess, Rock Ferry; Mr, Mrs, Miss, a'nd Master Osborn, Handsworth, Birmingham Rev and Mrs Powell and family, Newcastle, Staffordshire; Capt and Mra Day, Rock Ferry Mr Perry, Kings Heath Cumberland Place, Miss Pugh— Mrs Thorpe, Reading Cumberland Cottage, Mrs Griffiths- Mr and Mrs Silver, Liverpool 2, Cumberland House, Mrs Astley- Mr and Mrs Lloyd and child, Welahpool Bronwen House, Mrs Edwards— Mr, Mrs. Miss, and Master Nowell and nurse, Wilmslow; Mr and Misses (3) Currie, Wor- cester Miss Maclean, Miss Bartlet, Liverpool Minydon, Mrs Evans- Mr E M Davies, J P, Upland, Carmarthensh'ra LLANABER ROAD Beulah Hill, Mr Roberts- Mr J M Edwards, BA., Llanuwchllyn Beubh Hill, Mrs Pugh— Mr and Mrs Haband and family, Kings Heath, Birmingham Mrs Eaton, Balsall Heath, Bir- mingham Mrs Jones, Llandrillo Victoria Cottage, Mra Jones— Rev and Mrs Barrett, nurse and baby, North leach, Gloucester Green Hill, Mrs Richards— Mrs and Miss Marjory Calverley, Corwen Miss Janrion, do Rev W B Williams, Brecon Mrs Williams, do Miss Ada Lloyd, Machynlleth Bryn Teg, Mrs Jones— Mrs Henry Herrick. children and maid, S. Ken- sington Mr and Mrs Jackson and family, Man- chester Fern Villa, Mrs Myatt— Mr L and Mrs Loveridge, family and maid, Wolverhampton Mr Johnes, Montgomery PORKINGTON TERRACE 1, Mrs Jones- Mrs and Miss Wyatt, Mrs and Master Kent and maid, Miss Mackenzie, London 2, Mrs Jones- Mr and Mrs C Tite, Taunton 3, Mrs Jones- Archdeacon, Mrs, and Miss Richardson, Not- tingham Misses (2) aod Mrs Crathorne, Har- rogate Mr and Miss Brackett, Mr and Mrs Pirie Brown, Tunbridge Wells; Mr and Mrs Skelton and family, Mr T M Moser and friend, London 4, Mr Williams- Mr J A. Mrs, and Master Roland Isaacs, Brus- sels Mr Pattison and Master Pepper, Chirk Mr, Mrs, and Master Hall-Brookes and nurse, Mr, Mrs, and Miss Hibbert, Mr R Hibbert, Horwich Mr and iNIri Davies and sons, Liverpool 5, Mrs Rothwell- Mr and Mrs R N Pearson, Warrington Mr and Mrs Clough, Northwich Miss Weston, do; Mr and Mrs Cook, Misses EIlary and Crowp, Hereford Mr aud Mrs J W Pollitt, Manchester 6, Mrs Richards- Messrs T A Davies. T J Chivers, T Pargeter, J Mathews, London Mr and Mrs Noake, Bir- niingharn Mr and Mrs Eve, Leamington; Dr, Mrs. and Miss Stanger, Wakefield S, Miss Griffith- Mr, Mrs, Miss, and Misses E and M, and Master D Flitch er, Miss B and Master B Hendrie, Manchester Mr C G Fitzsimmons and family, Mr 0 D Bishop, Muswell Hill, London 11, M rs Evans— Mrs Tuckett, Miss Colson, Bristol Mrs and Miss Turton, Clifton, do Mr and Mrs W H Hurton, Birkenhead Mr Tuckett and Mrs Hanmer, Wrexham 13, Mrs Davies- Mr and Mra C Friend, baby and nurse, Mr A»p!eby, Rock Ferry Mr and Mrs Wright and family, Sale, Manchester Orie'ton Hall— Mrs and Mi^es (2) Vaughan Birks, and two nurses. Sheffield Cipt/?iin and Miss Gataker, Hon Mrs Henry and maid, Bath; Mrs Farrow. London; Misses (2) Hulbert, Bath; Mr Pippet, Birmingham Messrs Lewis, Vyse, Tapp, and Smith, London BORTHWEN TERRACE Borthwen House, Mrs Capt Evans- Mr and Miss Evan?, Miss Davies, Hereford GLANABER TERRACE 1, Mrs Griff Jones- Mrs James, Scotland Mrs Ceard, London GRAIGFACH I, Mrs L Jones- Mr Henry Bayley, Walsall; Mr, Mrs, and Misses Nellie and May Spurrier, Wolverhampton ABKRMAW TERRACE Wynnstay House, Mrs Evans- Mr and Mrs C H C Baldwyn and child, Wor- cester Bodlyn House, Miss Pugh- Mr and Mrs Jones, Liverpool; Mr and Mrs Hayes, Birmingham Cader View, Mrs G Williams- Rev and Mrs EfollingF, London Mr and Mrs Hattersley, Sheffield Mr and Mrs Crump, Shrewsbury Messrs Pare and Bowdon, Ban- bury; Mrs and-Miss O^den, Manchester; Miss Carrington, Miss Hollingworth, Rochdale Penbryn House, Mrs Fioulkes- Mr and Mrs Fiulow, London Mrs Heprick and family, do 5, Mrs Capt Morris— Mr Payne and friend, Worcester London Cottage, Mrs Jones— Mr and Mrs Hill, Mrs Cambridge, friend and two children, Gloucester CHURCH STREET 1, Craig-y-don, Mrs Jones- Misses E F and A Parish, Halesowen, near Birmingham 2, Craigydon, Mrs W Jones- Mrs Carter, Mis& Field, Mr Barker, Worcester Mr J Lewis, J p, Mrs Lewis, Llanllibio Valley, Anglesea Mr and Mrs A Newtown, Sevenoaks, Kent Mr G and Miss Maud New- ton, do Meirion Houpe, Mrs Jones- Mrs Milton and Mr Oswald Davies Mr and Mrs Fox, Mr and Mrs Bradley, Sheffield Tvnewydd, Miss Edwards- Mr 0 .Vright Penlan Cottage, Mr Richards- E L and Miss LHilton,'Mr W Hill, Mr W Rams- dale, Leigh, Lanes; Mr and Mrs J Law, do 1, Glyndwr Terrace, Mrs 0 Jones- Miss Jones, Aberdovey; Mr and Mrs Bush, Malvern Church Gate, Miss Williams— Mr W S Davies, family and nurse, Birkenhead Mr, Mrs, and Miss Flossie Burgess, Birming ham ST. ANN'S SQUARE St Anne's Bestaurant, Mrs F Jones- Mr, Mrs, and Miss Winbush, London Mrs Edwards- Miss and Miss Jessie Wareham Miss Fisher, Birmingham Misses Dcd and Andrews, do HIGH STREET Talydon Hotel, Mrs Owen- Mr and Mrs Fairhurst, Misses M, B, G, and A Fairhurst, Bolton Mrs Shutt, Sutton Cold- ( field; Mrs Thornley, Hyde Dr and Mrs "Carruthers, Bath Mr and Mrs Offen, Sheffield Glanymcr, Mrs J Evans- Mr and Mrs 0 N Ja-neson and family, Hessle, E Yorka Mr and Mrs Allan Hall and family, Kirk Ella, E Yorks: Mawddach House, Mrs Wynne Jones- Mr and Mrs Monk, Liverpool; Mr and Mrs Llewelyn and baby, Cardiff; Mrs Llewelyn, i Pembroke Dock Marine House, Mr Williams- Mr George Townson, Mr Frederick Townson, Mrs Swift, Mr H J and Mrs Room and baby, Bir- mingham Miss F Codd, Acocks Green < Post Office, Mrs Jones Mr and Mrs Sykes and baby, Huddersfield 6, Mrs D E Davies- Mr and Mrs Hickman, Wellington Mr and Mrs Bright, Birmingham Glanmoen, Mrs 0 Ectwards- Mr and Mrs Smythe and family, London Mr and Mrs Hopson and baby, Birkenhead 1 1, Brynymor, Mrs Jones- Mr and Mrs Evana, Dolgelley Mr R J Walsall T Peterborough 2, Brynymor, Mra Jones— Mr, Mrs, and Miss Nora Williams, Warrington 2 Mr, Mrs, and Master Gordon Emerson, do LNit and Mrs Evans, Dolgelley; Mr and Mrs Gibbins, Warrington
CRICCIETH. MARINE CRESCENT Aelydon, Mrs Williams— Mr and Mrs F A Kelly, Rock Ferry, Cheshire Wilton House, Mrs Williams— Mr, Mrs, and Master N Clarke and governess, Oxton, Birkenhead Misses Arculus, Edgbas- ton, Birmingham Marine Hotel, Miss Cooper— Mrs Page, Miss Morris, Rev T J Edwards, Uttoxeter; Mr and Mrs G Wilkes and family, Moffat, Scotland; Dr Wilson, Northampton MARINE TERRACE- 1, Brcu Dinas, Mrs Richards- Mrs Parrin and family, Dublin I 3, Mrs Jones- Miss Tudor, Wolstanton; Miss Taylor, Staffs Mr and Mrs R Jones 5, Mrs Williams— Mr and Mrs J W J Holmes and daughter, Liverpool 6, Minydon, Mrs Watkins- Mr, Mrs, Master Neville Ashe, Miss Mollie Ashe, Miss Collinge. Bowdon, Cheshire 8, St. Tudwall's View, Mrs Owen Evans- Mrs Brickwell, Miss P. Brickwell, The Grange, Battles Bridge, Essex; Rev and Mrs Musgrave Brown, Liverpool Misses Roberts, Shrews- bury 9, Cantref, Mrs R Thomas- Misses Tuck and Markel, Warrington 10, Captain Jones— Mr and Mrs Sparkp, family and nurse, Otley, Yorks Mr R P Oglesby, Leeds 11, Miss Jones- Mr and lira Wrcy Hanby and two children, India; Miss Markes; Mrs and Misses Kingston. Willesden 12, Mrs Evans- Mr and Mrs H Wallace Pugh and family, Oswestry Mr and Mrs H Mathews and family; Mr and Mrs R Atkins, Handsworth Miss M M Cotton, Aston, Birmingham 13, Mrs E Evans- Mrs Harry Smith and party, London 16. Mrs Richards and Miss Morris— Dr and Mrs Worley, Master Brian Worley, Pendleton, Manchester Miss Leaf, do 17, Mrs J Price- Mr and Mrs Lindsay, Newlands Park, Sydenham, London, E C 19, Merion View, Mrs Evan Griffith- Rev, Mrs J M, and Misses Donne, Stone Vicarage, Kidderminster Miss Dobson, Lon- don Rev and Mrs G D Debenham, children and nurse, Northwood Rectory, Isle of Wight; Miss A E Bennett, Moseley, Birmingham 26, The Cliffe, Mrs H Jones- Mr and Mrs Fred Bratt, Miss Graham. Miss Smith, Mr Pearson, Wolverhampton Mrs, Mr, and MisR Goodley, and Mr Sack, London 28, Beeswing House, Capt Jones- Mrs and Miss Fulton, Manchester Mr and Mrs W J Riddick, family and nurse, Wilmslow; Mrs and Miss Riddick, London Mr and Mrs Frost, Manchester 29, Moaeley House, Miss Griffith- Rev and Mrs Sawer and family, Leighton, Welshpcol Mr and Mrs Bishop, family and maid, Moseley, Birmingham 30, Angcrfa, Mra Williams- Mr and Miss Mowle, Queen's Park, Chester Mr and Mrs J A Mowle, baby and nurse, do; Miss Kendel, Cheadle, Manchester Mr and Mrs W N M Newell, Master Jack K M Newell and nurse, Roby, near Liverpool MONA TERRACE Glan Awen- Mrs and Miss Jones, Blaenau Festiniog Bron Aber, Mrs Griffith- Mr and Mrs Cormoe Waishe, family and maid, Castle Hill, Crosmolina, Ireland GLASFOR TERRACE Cartrefle, Miss E Griffith— Mr B J Loan, R E, Chester Mr and Mrs Ward, do TANYGRISIAU TERRACE Monte Vista, Miss Rob-rts — Mr, Mrs, and Master Hayes, Soutbport 7, Mrs Davies- Mr Blackborne and Miss Smith, Upper Norwood .QUEEN'S ROAD 9, Mrs Ellis— Misses M E and F E Morris, Presteign, Radnor- shire WEST PARADE Pla3 Eifion, Mrs Parry- Rev and Addie Hull and party, Liverpool Rev, Mis, and Miss Benwell HIGH STREET 50, M rs Jones— Mr John Pugh Jones, London Mrs Williams Miss Jenkins, Llandudno Nurse Walmsley, Bangor Havelock House, Mrs Jones- Mr J E Jones and family, Live pool Ednyfed House, Mrs Roberts- Mrs Strachan, Miss Frow,l, Ealing Miss Bed- borough, Windsor Miss Fouracre, Taunton Misses Bond, Orchard Portman Taunton London House, Mrs Jones- Mr Lornes aud family, Manchester Miss Wild, Timperley Mrs J T Goddard and family, Ferjton, Stf ke-ou-Trent George Hotel, Mis-s Williams— Mr W B C Jones and Mrs Jones, Mynydd Ednyfed Mr J Williams, Bala Mr Owen Williams, Corwen; Mr E F Steinthal, Man- chester Mrs W B Knowles, St Helens Mrs Tinker, do Mr B C Leaf, Manchester Mr A N Roberts, do; B F Hampshire, Bedford PARKIAU TERRACE 2, Mrs Owen— Mrs and Misses Gregory, Miss Taylor, Misses Preedy, Exmonth STANLEY ROAD 5, Mrs Hughes- Mr and Mrs Elwards, Pentir Miss Maggie Hughes. do Mrs Jone3, Waeafawr PORTMADOC ROAD Plas Isaf, Misses Williams and Owens- Mr W Robson, Mrs Brougham and family, Mrs and Miss Youell RAILWAY TERRACE 7, D Evans- Messrs J H Williams and Ellis Jones, Rhyd Ddu Bron Aber, Mrs Griffith- Mr and Mrs C Walshe, family and maid, Cross- malina, Ireland Rhianfa, Mrs Davif's- Rev and Mrs J Miles aud sons Mrs and Miss Ellis and party Arfor Villa, Mrs Captain Jones— Miss Jenkins, Harrogate Miss Faulke, do; Mr J T Jones, Pwllheli Cambrian House, Nlrs P ed-lis- Mr and Mrs Lawrence, Miss Cockerton, Wilms- low Mr and Mrs Green, London Plas Gwilym, Mrs R Williams- Mr and Miss Wyn and Miss Round, Birmingham Dwyfor Villa, Mrs James— Mr Day
TOWYN. MARINE PARADE 1, Miss Williams- Afcs and Misses Bull, Stafford; Misses Wilsons (2), Leamington Spa Mr Bouville, Haverford- west Mr and Mra Walters, family and maids (2), Carmarthen 2, Aelydcn, Mrs Lewis- Misses Millington, Manchester; Mr and Mrs Crowther, Mr and Mrs H W Crowther, children and maids, West Bromwich 3, Fairfield, Mrs Jones- Mr and Mrs Gregory, New York, U S; Mr A Gregory and family, Birmingham Mr and Mrs McLerad and maid, London Mrs Davis and family, Park Dean, Tenbury, Worcester Miss Gilbourne, Birkenhead 6, Brynmair, Mrs Phillip-i- Mr, Mrs, and Master Round, Birmingham Rev and Mrs Munn, family and nurse. Ludlow 12, Mrs Davies- Mr and Mrs Percy Banton, Kings Heath, Bir- mingham the (2) Misses Parsons, do Mr Mrs, Master, and Miss Thursby and maid Dysynny View, Mrs Clint- Mrs Greenhow, Hunstantcn Brya Llewelyn, Mrs Wynne fhomas- Mrs Lewis and family, Kidderminster; Mr Beddoes, Birmingham Mrs Roberts and family, Oswestry Mr and Mrs Stephens, Welshpool Bryn Alyn, Mrs Hughes- Misses Gregory, Manchester No address— .Rev Jones, Llanfrothen T IDRIS VILLAS 9, Mrs Allen Jones- Mr Irdale, Manchester Mrs Jones, Bettws-y- coed 13, W Abbott- Mrs F W Baynes, Miss F Abbott, Chcrlton- cum-Hardy Miss C Abbott, Brockley, Lon- don 14, Mrs R S Hughes— Mr and Mrs E A Ross and family, Birkenhead 15, Mrs Rowlands- Mr and Mrs Warren and family, Mrs Bendall, Worcester 17, Mra Davies- Misses Lamb, Chesterfield 21. Mr J H Lewis- Mr and Miss Kerr, Liverpool Mrs Cotterell, West Bromwich 22, Mrs W O Roberts— Mr, Mrs, and Masters H ancTP Shallcross, Leek Mrs and Miss Lewis, Corris Mra and Misa Lewis, Dinas Mawddwy 24, Mrs Jones— Mrs Lloyd, Festiniog PIER VILLAS j Rock View Mrs Parry— Mr and Mrs Saunders and child, Newtown Misses Barker, Clitheroe 2, Miss Jones- Mr G H Nevinson and family, Mrs W J Thomp- son and family, Leicester Mr E B Nevinson, J London Miss M C Turner, Nottingham 3, Miss Morris- Mrs Moore, baby and nurse, Miss Bray, Miss Lewis, Dilwyn 4, Mrs Ovens- Mrs and Miss Trenfield, Mrs Mann, Tewkes- bury Mr and Mrs G H Ingall and family, Moseley, Birmingham; Mr Govett, Bridgwater; Mr and Mrs Goprill and family, Handsworth, Birmingham BRYNMAIR 8, Miss Owen- Rev W H and Mrs Pidgeon and family, Has- lingden Grange Vicarage WARWICK PLACE Glantywodwyn, Miss Davies- Dr and Mrs Collins, Wrington, Somerset Mr Collins, Exeter; Mr and Mrs Crossbie Oates, Wallasey, Cheshire; Miss Oates, Belfast; Mr Ells, Birmingham, STATION ROAD Idris House, Mrs Davies— Mr and Mrs Stokes, Mr Bond, Canterbury, Kent PLAS EDWARDS 1, Mrs Waite- Mr and Mrs Powditch and children, Cardiff; Mr and Mrs Jones, Newtown 2, Mrs Williams- Mrs and Misses Skerrat, nr Crewe Mrs King and lamily, Ludlow Mrs Greenland and baby, Newport Miss A Gall, do; Miss Tyller, Miss Walton, Ludlow Golden Grove, Mrs Evans- Dr and Mrs Connor Cader Temperance, Mrs Evans- Mr and Mrs Griffiths and baby, Cyfinfa, Llan- fyllin Llynweris, Mrs Humphreys- Messrs Jones, Liverpool 1, Miss Owen- Mr and Mrs Jerman, Manchester Concreet Villa, Miss Davies— Mr and Mrs Jones Glanymor Farm, Mrs Jones- Mr and Mrs Patterson, Miss Maggie and Master Jack Patterson, Mr 0 W Patterson, Hands worth, Birmingham Misses Lloyd, Oswestry Glasfor, Miss Jones- Mrs Smith, baby and nurae, Miss Bridge, Bir- mingham Mrs and Master Williams-Treeman, Shrewsbury Min-y-don, Mrs L Morris- Mr Hughes, Liverpool Mr, Mrs, and Miss Edwards, Sutton Coldfield Mrs Cleland and family, Walsall; Mr and Mrs Evans and baby, Wolverhampton; Rev and Mrs Bardsley, family and maid, Manchester Traetheuraidd, Mrs Stealey- Mr Chambers and party, Fcxhills, Wolver- hampton; Mrs Dixey and family, Woodgate, Malvern; Mrs Whishow and maid, New Brighton Beaufort House, Mrs Morgan- Mrs Williams, London Frondeg, Mrs Jones- Miss Clarke, London
ABERAYRON. SALMON.—There was a flood in the river on Sun- day and a large number of salmon and sewin went up the river. At the new weir close to the entrance to Ffynonwin field they were bound to be seen and a careful tally was kept by interested onlookers. MUSICAL FESTIVAL FOR 1900.—Judging from the large representation and the careful interest evinced in the discussions at the annual Committee meeting held at Pennant on the 29th June, the Calvinistic Methodists of the Aberayron and Llanon districts have resolved that there shall be a spring tide in the year 1900 to celebrate the end of the century, equal to the ebb of last year. There were present, repre- senting the Tabernacle, Aberayron, Mr J. M. Howell (chairman), Mr J. Roberts (secretary), Miss Nancy Jones, Messrs W. Williams (draper), D. Williams (14, Market-street), Captain J. Williams (merchant), D. Davies (Castle Green), and Coun- cillor J. R. Evans Aberarth, Messrs S. E. Davies, C.M., John Williams (coachbuilder), D. Jones (tailor), and John Michael (postmaster) Llanon, Messrs J. Davies (stonecutter), J. Thomas, J. Davies, and T. R. Davies, C.M. Pennant, Mr D. Rees, C.M. Ponteaeson, Mr J. Williams; Pen- rhiw, Mr J. Evans (Rhydrosser) Rhiwbwys, Mr J. James, J.P., Edward Stephens, W. Stephens, J. W. Edwards (Pentremawr), and Ll. Humphreys, C.M.—Sixteen tunes were selected, two anthems, and one chant for next year's programme. The selection of children's feunes was entrusted to a committee consisting of the Aberayron and Aber- arth representatives.—The Chairman said he felt that a demonstration in their particular work, to note the last year of the century, commended itself to him. He believed there was a disposition on the part of the New Quay district to join them in holding one great eymanfa during the year 1900. After considerable discussion, Mr James James's motion, seconded by Mr T. R. Davies, C.M., was carried, that we are agreeable to joining in holding one oymanfa conjointly with the New Quay district, during the year 1900 only, provided that the gymanfa be held at Aberayron. The amend- ment to leave out the condition involved in the motion was defeated. J, M. Howell, J Roberts, J. R. Evans, J. Williams (Bridgend House), D. Rees, C.M. (Pennant), T. R. Davies, C.M. (Llanon), S. E. Davies, C.M., J. Williams, and D. Jones (Aberarth) were elected delegates for the Union to meet a number of delegates from the New Quay district at Llanarth on the 6th July for the purpose of united action in the matter of printing, etc.—It was resolved that the gymanfa for 1900 be held at Aberayron at the usual time. Mr D. Jenkins, Mus. Bac., was elected conductor. —Mr James James, J. P., Rev' E. Jones (Llanon), and Alderman J. M. Howell were elected to be he presidents of the three meetings respectively.—Mr J. Rcberts was appointed proof reader and the local precentors were charged with the duty of establishing sol-ffa classes during the ensuing winter months.—Mr James James, J.P., and the Conductor were appointed examiners for certificates of proficiency in reading music. MARRIAGE OF MR NICHOLAS AND MISS LEWIS.— The following is a complete list of presents on the occasion of the marriage of Mr J. Nicholas; of Llan- dovery and Miss Lewis of Aberayron :—Water jug and biscuit box, Mrs H. Davies, 6, Cadwgan-place; real Buckingham lace, Mj8E1 Rees, Oakhampton Hall, Worcester; tray cloth and towels, Miss Davit s. Elmfield, Liverpool carvers and steel in case, Mr and Mrs R. J. Lloyd, solicitor, Swansea glass silver sugar basin, Mrs Hodgkinson, Neptune-place brass fire irons, Rev and Mrs T. Gwilym Evans, Penlan House pair of lace curtains, Mrs Edwards, London House, Ystrad, Rhcndda half dozen tumblers, Miss Rachel Jones, Harbour lane fancy plates, Miss E. Davies, Harbour- lane three photo frames, Mrs Davies, 2, Portland- place tray cloth, Miss Peggy Jones, 2, Tabc rnacle- street glass sugar basin and cream jug, Mrs Jane Davies, Harbour-lane tray cloth, Miss George, Island House pair of glass vases, Mrs Lloyd Lewis, chemist biscuit casket, Mr J. T. Evans, Bristol House jam casket, Mr Evans, Union," Aber- arth silver glass pickle stand, Rev Jenkyn Jones, Zion's Hill, Pembroke; photo frame, Mrs Doig, Ynys Lodge, Towyn; pair silver salt cellars, Mrs Gwyn Jones, County School, Llandilo; two electro-plated table spoons, Mrs Rees, Llanybyther; one dozen electro-plated tablespoons, Miss L. Rees, Llanybyther set ofjebony brushes, Miss M. Jones, 38, Cleveland-square, London jam spoon, Miss S. E. Jones, Merton-road, London butter knife, Mrs Jones, Foley-street, London table cloth, Mrs Jones, Sunny Side, Tregaron afternoon tea cloth, Miss Price, May Villa, Llangammarch wool mats, Miss Williams, Haulfan, Aberystwyth tray cloth, Miss E. Williams, Aberystwyth towels, Mrs Williams, Cardiff Chambers brtad plate, Mrs Morgan, 5, Portland-place chamber towels, Mrs M. Jones, Victoria-street ornaments. Misses Lewis, Albao-square flower pots, Misses Davies, Compton House china kettle with stand, Mrs Francis Evans, Glanmor Stores silver salt cellars, Mrs Williams, Bridge-end House ruby sugar basin and cream- jug, Mrs Rees, Ripon House pair of Japanese trays, Mrs Loyn, Market-street damask table cloth, Mrs Lloyd, Alban-square tray cloth, Mrs James, Tabernacle-street linen and silver thimble, Miss 'Williams, Queen-street pair of ornaments, Mrs James, Water-street; table cloth, Mr J. Roberts, Manchester House pair long curtains, Mr D. R. Davies, Albion House; damask table cloth, Mr J. H. Jones, Castle House; top skirt, Mr W. Williams, Aeron House after- noon tea cloth, Miss Davies, London House cut glass silver-mounted bowl with servers, Mr J. Rees, Glasfor House picture frame, Mr Watkin James, Peniel-lane silver sugar tonga and pickle fork, Mra Lima Jones cheese stand, Mrs J. R. Evans, Anchor House cheese stand, Mrs Captain Thomas, Manhattan Villa; three flower pots, Miss M. E Lloyd, Island House; pair of ornaments, Miss Davies, 2, Quay-parade half-dozen table napkins, Miss M. A. Davies, 2, Quay-parade jam spoon, Mrs Gwalia Jones, Ynca House; flower vase, Mrs M. Davies, Ltanou House bridegroom to bride, travelling trunk bride to bridegroom, travelling bag china tea service, &c., Miss° Gwen Jones, 4, Portland-place bedroom ware, Mr D. Jones, Cam- brian House; quilt, Mrs J ones, Cambrian House; half- dozen dessert knives and forks, Misses Jones, Cam- brian House dinner service, Miss Lewis, sister of bride; blankets, Mrs Evans, Cefnwig sheets, Mrs Lewis, Lone; oil painting, barque, "Dalrymple," Capt. Davies, Gwalia House; silver tea service, Mrs Captain Davies, Gwalia House, and Mrs Captain Evans, Aeron, Queen House silver hot water jug, Mrs John M. Howell, Portland House; silver break fast stand, Miss Jones, Giasfor House; foreign shells, Mrs Captain Jones, 6, Belle Vue-terrace pair of ornaments, Miss Jones, 6, Belle Vue-terrace; foreign shells, Mrs Captain Lewis, Neptune House china tea pot with stand, Miss M. Jones, Puella House views of Aberayron, Miss Harries, Llyswen Mill glass flower vase, Mrs Thomas, 7, Belle Vue. terrace pair of wine decanters, Miss Lloyd, New- foundland; half-dozen dessert spoons and half dozen tumblers, Misses Jones, 33, Alban-square. During the afternoon of the wedding day, Miss Gwen Jones of 4, Portland-place, gave a reception to a large number of friends and neighbours, and an excellent tea was served to a host of children.
MACHYNLLETH. THE THUNDERSTORM.—Several sheep were killed by lightning last Wednesday in the district of Dylife. Mr Jones, Bacheiddan, lost three sheep and Mr Lloyd, Crosslyn, two. SALE.—Among the advertisements will be found an interesting announcement of the sale at Maes- mawr Hall, near Newtown, by Messrs Cooke Bros., of rare, antique, and modern furniture and appoint- ments. ORDINATION.—The ordination of Mr Thomas of Brecon College as minister of the Aberhosan Inde- pendent Church took place yesterday (Thursday) and the services will be continued to-day. Amongst these taking part are Professor Rowlands, Brecon the Rev B. Davies, Trelech and the Rev Elvet Lewis, London. CONCERT.—On Wednesday evening, a concert was given by the Graig United Choir at the Town Hall. Mr E. Gillart presided and there was a large attendance. The choir, which is being con- ducted by Mr J. 0. Williams, sang the test pieces at the National Eisteddfod choral competition, in which it proposes taking part. RELIGIOUS MANIA.—One night last week the inhabitants of the town was thrown into a state of perturbation through the strange conduct of a man in Maengwyn-street. A tremendous crowd gathered and it was ultimately found that the unfortunate person was insane, suffering from religious mania. He was removed to the Work- house and subsequently conveyed to the Asylum. GRAIG CHAPEL.-On Sunday evening it was an- nounced at the Graig Independent Chapel that as the result of the ballot taken on the previous Sun- day, the following were elected deacons:—Mr David Williams, Maengwyn-street; Mr David Smith, Penrallt-street; and Mr J. O. Williams, builder. As many as twenty-nine persons received votes. A DRUNKEN TRIO.-On Saturday night, three tramps named William Yates, Anne Yates, and George Turner, who came from Lancashire, caused such a disturbance in Maengwyn-street as the re- sult of imbibing too freely of something stronger than water that they had to be locked up. They were charged before Major Bonsall and N. B. Owen on Monday morning by P.S. Hamer with drunkenness and disorderly conduct. William Yates was fined 2s and the other defendants were discharged on promising to make themselves scarce. CRICKET MATCH.—A match was played between Newtown County School and Machynlleth County School at Newtown on Tuesday. The wicket favoured the bowlers. Foster Davies bowled in style for Newtown, whilst Walter Rees and E. A. Humphreys were the shining lights amongst the bowlers of Machynlleth. Rees took six wickets for four runs and E. A. Humphreys three wickets tor nine runs. The first innings ended in a draw, twen ty- four runs being scored on either side. In the second innings the heavy ground told on Machynlleth who were sent out for ten runs, whilst Newtown scored eleven runs for two wickets and thus won the game. The umpires were Mr Tetley and Mr Evan Jones. After the match the teams were entertained to tea by Mr and Mrs Tetley. Scores in the first innings:—Machynlleth: T. W. Phillips, 0; E. Walter Rees, 0; R. Hughes, 2; E. Humphreys, 6, D. A. Morgan, 1 R. J. Humphreys, 3 Charles Bowen, 3; W. J. Arter, 0; R. W. Morgan, 2, Goronwy Davies, 0; E. M. Jones, 2 extras, 5; total, 24. Newtown J. Foster, 0; J. Davies, 1 G. Phillips, 1 G. Forsfcer, 0; R. Wood, 4 N. Davies, 1; A. Ford, 0; T. Grieve, 0; M. Woosnam, 2; E. Edwards, 1; A. Wood, 4; extras, 10; total, 24. FOUNDATION STONE LAYING.—The ceremony of laying the foundation atone in connection with the new Dovey Bridge Sunday School in course of erection took place last Thursday. The school, which is a branch of the Graig Independent Chapel Sunday School, was founded over seventy years ago by Mr John Williams who then conducted the school at his own house. Three years ago it was decided to erect a suitable building for the pur- poses of the school and through the kindness and generosity of the Marchioness (D.) of Londonderry, who is the friend of rich and poor, Church and Chapel in Machynlleth, a site was obtained at a moderate price. The contract was entrusted to Mr J. O. Williams, builder, and Mr J. H. Williams is the architect. The new building is estimated to cost £ 250. The ceremony was witnessed by a large number of persons of all denominations. The Rev Josiah Jones, who presided, gave an interest- ing address on his recollections of the school during the last forty-five years. The stooe was laid by Mrs Thomas, widow of Mr Thomas Thomas, who was a deacon and treasurer of Graig Chapel for over twenty years. Miss Davies of Ffridd pre- sented Mrs Thomas with a silver trowel and Mrs J. B. Davies with a mallet. Mrs Thomes headed the subscription list with f25 and also handed over a sum of 96 6s which she had collected. A collection was made on Thursday and clcse upon E60 was received. The Rev Wnion Evans, Mr John Jones, Workhouse master, and Mr Richard Jones, senior, also spoke, the latter referring to his per- sonal recollections of the school for the last sixty- five years. The proceedings closed with the sing- ing of "O Fryniau Caersalem," under the leader- ship of Mr J. O. Williams, the precentor of Graig Church. PETTY SESSIONS, WEDNESDAY, JULY ;)TH.- Before Major J. J. Bonsall and Edward Davits, Esqr. The Late Jfr Joseph Evans. -The following let- ter was received ;—Mrs Evans, Fronygog, begs to acknowledge the receipt of the resolution passed by the Machynlleth Bench of Magistrates at the Petty Sessions held on June 7th last and to thank them for the kind allusions made by the members to the esteem in which their late colleague, her beloved husband, was held, and also for thi ir sym- pathy with her in the irreparable loss she has aus- tained She begs to assure the Bench how deeply she feels and how highly she appreciates the kind expressions conveyed by their resolution." Drunk in Charge. William Richard Morgan, Lower Factory, Talybont, woollen manufacturer, was-charged with having been drunk in charge of a horse on fair day. P.S. Hamer and f.C. Hamer, Cemmes, gave evidence as to having seen defendant in Maengwyn-street about seven in the evening. He nearly rode through a window and nearly fell off his horse several times.—Defendant, who denied the charge and pleaded that the horse was restive, was fined 10s including costs. Drit?ik-enne.s. -John Micah, Old Bank-court, Machynlleth, labourer, was charged by P.S. Hamer with having been drunk.—P.S. Hamer said de- fendant had been a teetotaler for a long time and had only recently broken cut. He did not wish to press the charge.—Defendant's mother appeared for him. -A fiue of 5s including costs was imposed. Driving without a Light A Protest.—John Davies, Wern, Talybont, ^butcher, a young man was charged with having driven a horse and trap without a light.—P.S. Hamer said he drove into the town at a trot.—Defendant admitted that he was without a light, but said there was no need of a light when he started from home Moreover, it was fine a moonlight night. He could see even the rabbits passing back and fore in the fields. (Laughter.) Had he been a poacher he could easily have caught them. (Renewed laughter.) He might add that he was sent with the trap to- Glandovey for a litter of pigs, and on arrival there he found that he had to go to Mach- ynlleth for them and this was the cause of his being out so late. He failed to get some lamps. The Bench fined defendant 5s including costs. Defendant On what account am I fined ? My character will henceforth have a stain upon it. I am quite as good as the policemen and better if anything. They surrounded me that night as if I were a pickpocket. I drove into the town at a walking pace.—The Clerk Are you going so pay ? —Defendant I do not know whether I will. The Clerk: You had better do.so. -Defendant: Why should I ?—P.S. Hamer AU right you had better sit down here (pointing to a seat at the back). De- fendant (bringing out a money bag) My business will not allow me or I would sit down for a month. (Loud laughter.) I will pay, but I think it. is very hard that a respectable young man like I, who is as much a gentleman as a person in my position can be, should be fined and have his name published in the papers. I should like to know how many policemen are tsetotalers.—Defendant ultimately paid the fine and left the Court protesting against his character being impugned. A Similar Charge.-A similar charge was pre- ferred against Hugh Jones, Dafara Newydd, Llan- brynmair, labourer.—Evidence was given by P.C. Tudor as to defendant having ridden at a rate of ten miles an hour.—Defendant admitted the charge, but denied that he was going at the rate of ten miles an hour.—P.C. Tudor I have a witness to prove that you were going at that rate. This is a made-up thing.—Defendant called a person who accompanied him on the night in cruestion He said P.C. Tudor never spoke to difendanL-In reply to the Bench, witness said defendant did not carry a light.—The Bench fined defendant 5s includ- ing costs. School Attendance. -John Stephens, Doll-street, labourer; Richard Humphreys, Dovey View, labourer; and Ann Rees, Garshon, Machynlleth^ were summoned for neglecting to send their children to school. -William D. Lewis, the school attend- ance officer, said in the case of Humphreys the child only made thirty-four attendances out of a possible fifty-eight.—Mra Humphreys said the jhild suffered dreadfully from ear ache Mr Edward Davies: We must be more stringent. Wales now stands at the bottom of the list in the matter of school attendance. We must do all we can to remove this disgrace.-The case of Hum- phreys was adjourned to enable the Attendance Officer to see whether the child was in pour health as stated.—In the case of Stephens, the Attendance Officer said the child had only attended thirty-one times out of a possible fifty-eight.—A fine of 5g in- cluding costs was imposed.—Defendant's wife I cannot pay. I have five little children. I cannot spare the money.-The Bench ordered payment in a week, in default a distress warrant to be issued. —In the case of Rees, the Officer said the child had made thirty-eight attendances out of sixty-eight. The guardian of the child stating that the-child was in ill-health, the case was adjourned to enable the Officer to find out wht.ther that was correct. INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL MANAGERS, FRI- DAY, JUNE 30TH. —Present Mr Richard Refs chairman, presiding Dr Davies, vice-chairman the Rev Josiah Jones, Me&srs Edward Rees and John Thomas, J. Rowlands, clerk and H. H. Meyler, headmaster. THE PARIS EXHIBITION. Mr A. C. Humphreys-Owen wrote proposing to send down a photographer to take views of the interior and exterior of the school to be exhibited at the Paris Exhibition.—The Clerk was instructed to write to Mr Humphreys-Owen stitinlt that any day next week would be convenient for the pur- pose suggested, and it was arranged that some of the Managers should meet the photographer. MISCELLANEOUS. The Clerk stated thab in compliaqce with the in- struction of the Managers the school furniture had been insured for £ 200.- Mr R. E. Owen, Welsh- pool, wrote stating that he would be glad to con- duct the entrance scholarship examination on July 22nd.—A letter w.s read from the Clerk to the Montgomeryshire County Governing Body forward- ing cheque for 922S Os 2d, balance of income for the year ended March 31st last.—The Cierk said the total incime for the year was £424 6s 9d.—A letter was read from Mr John Pugh on behalf of the Wesleyan Church thanking the Managers for the use of the field for the meetings on June 14th. NEW LABORATORY. The Clerk to the Montgomeryshire County Governing Body wrote stating that he had received the letter of the Managers in regard to the borrow- ing of f350 for the erection of a laboratory too late for the meeting of the Body, but would lay the matter before the Finance Committee. The money could only be borrowed by the County Governing Body under an order by the Charity Commissioners. —The Clerk said the plans had been sent to the Charity Commissioners for their final approval. SUGGESTED IMPORTANT AMENDMENT IN THE SCHEME. A letter was read from the Clerk to the County Governing Body containing copies of resolutions passed in reference to a proposed amendment of the county scheme and asking for the views of the Managers on the matter.—It was stated that Mr< Humphreys-Owen moved a resolution to the effect that the Charity Commissioners be aQked to amend the scheme by inserting a clius-e similar to that in the Glamorganshire and Breconshire scheme, enabl- ing district managers to obtain payment by children living outside the county of such fees as would de- fray the actual working cost of their education. An amendment to this resolution was carried to the effect that before moving in the matter the County Governing Body should elicit the views of the dis- trict governors and that a conference of head- masters and headmistresses be held on the subject. —The Clerk said this had an important bearing on Machynlleth and district.-The Chairman said he did not think the amendment of the scheme would be carried through although some of the members of the Body were rather strong on the matter What were the Headmaster's views on the matter? —The Headmaster said the question was new to him and he would like to have t'me to consider it with the view of his laying his views fully before them at the next meeting. It was a very impor- tant question and he did not care to speak off- hand, In his opinion, there was involved in the resolution the very existence of Machynlleth School. To his mind, any alteration in the scheme was a very serious matter. They would remember that some time ago when the headmasters and headmistresses of the county proposed an altera- tion in the scheme the Chairman of the County Governing Body said such a matter should not be brought forward for years to come as it was un- desirable to speak of any change in the schem- until the schools had shown how it had worked. He (the Headmaster) thought the same argument would apply in this case.—Mr Edward Rees pro- posed that the matter should be deferred until the next meeting in accordance with the wishes of the Headmaster.—The Rev Josiah Jones seconded the proposition which was carried.-In reply to the Chairman, the Headmaster said there were about thirty pupils in the school from outside the county. —Mr Edward Rees I suppose th-ere is no chance of the other counties contributing towards the school. The Headmaster said he was surprised that question 6was not thrilshed out, before the school was established.—Mr Eiward Rees thought the Central Board might assist them in the matter. APPOINTMENT OF MASTER. The Headimtiter reminded the Managers that it would he necessary to appoint an assistant mastpr before the September term. They had already passed a resolution to appoint, but the salary was not to exceed £90. He would like to have his hands free up to EIOO.-The Rev Josiah ones pointed out that it would he necessary to rescind the previous resolution and Mr Edward Rees gave notice to that effect. URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL, TUESDAY, JULY 4th.—Present Air W. M. Jones, mayor, pre- siding Mr John IV.mas, vice-chairman Lord Hen) Tempest, Messrs Rd. Owen, G. Griffiths, Rd. Rees, J. M. Breeze, Dd. Smith, Henry Lewis, John Pugh, Thomas Parsone, Rd. Gillatt Messrs John Rowlands, clerk D. P. Jones, assistant clerk John Jones, surveyor and inspector and Dr A. 0 Davies, medicil officer. THE WATERWORKS. Messrs Kirby and Son, the engineers engaged by the Council, wrote statii>g th-it they were prepared to accept C70 in final payment of the amount due to them in connection with the waterworks.—On the proposition of Mr Griffiths, s-conded by Mr R. Gillart, it was agreed without opposition to pay £ •70. THE VEXED QUESTION. The Council next considered the vexed question of sewerage, the matter being treated almost entirely in committee.—The Clerk pointed out that the scheme adopted by the Council two years ago L was not rejected by the Local Government Board. The Government Board requested to be supplied with a revised scheme.—Mr R. Gillart The Board considered the scheme incomplete and unsatis- factory.—After a discussion lasting about an hour, Mr Rd. Rees proposed that Messrs Kirby and Son, the engineers of the last scheme, should he a,kprl to send a representative to the next meeting of the Council to confer with the Council with regard to the sewerage question. Mr Rd. Gillart seconded the proposition which wa- agreed to without opposition ?-It, was agreed to hold the conference in a fortnight.—Dr Davies asked whether the Council had agreed io adopt the septic tank system.—Mr John Thomas I am sure all the members of the Council are in favour of s<-ptic tanks wherever the site of the scheme will be located.—The other members con- curred. WATERING THE STREETS. The question of purchasing a hose for watering the streets in the place of a horse and cart was dis- cussed, but no action was taken in the matter. APPLICATION. An application by Mr David Smith, hairdresser, for a supply of water for domestic purposes was referred to the Streets Committee. THE FINANCIAL POSITION. The Clf.rk said there were several accounts due to be paid.-Mr Pugh said the Council should first of all consider the financial position before deciding upon ordering the bills to be paid.—The Clerk said he had interviewed the bank with regard to an overdraft and he was sorry to tay that he could not submit a satisfactory report. The Council had not paid interest on the previous overdraft.—Mr J. M. Breeze We ought to pay interest.—The Clerk How can we pay ?—Mr Breeze We have had the money and we ought to pay interest.—The Clerk I am sorry to say that I cannot advise you to pay. If you did pay it would be surcharged by the Government Board auditor.—It was agreed to dtfer payment of nearly all the accounts, it being under- stood that they would be paid when a portion of the rate had been paid in. REPORT OF SANITARY COMMITTEE. The Sanitary Committee recommended payment of bills amounting to £ 21 6s 6d and that the cess- pools in Maengwyn-street should be closed in accordance with the suggestion of the Medical u °^r' Committee visited the building owned by Mr David VVood, which the Council propose purchasing and converting into a temporary slaughter house. The Committee authorised the Clerk to confer with Mr Wood with a view. of pre- paring a lease upon the terms submitted to the Council and, after being satisfied as to title, to prepare a. lease embodying conditions empowering the Council to erect additional buildings, to connect the slaughter house with the water main, and tc extend the lease from three to six years' after the termination of the present term if the Council so desjred. The Committee visited the ditches of Caebricks, Cae Garshon, and Garshon Well and found them improved. They recommended that they should be cleaned at intervals.—The Medical Officer, referring to the cesspools underneath the gratings in Maengwyn-street, said they were a source of nuisance owing to the obnoxious smells arising therefrom. The recommendation was adopted.-The Clerk said he had been unable to meet Mr Wood with regard to leasing his slaughter house as yet, but he hoped to meet him shortly.- The Medical Officer hoped something definite would be done without delay. At present the slaughter- house was used very extensively and there being no water supply the place was more or less a nuisance. —The Surveyor submitted a plan of the proposed alterations and additions to be carried out in the event of the Council taking over the building. He estimated the cost at 920 and with the rent at £7, the cost of the building for the first year would be E27, -The Clerk was asked to see Mr Wood as soon as possible. MR GRIFFITHS AND THE COUNCIL. Mr G. W. Griffiths once more mentioned the ditch in his field and pointed out that there was an agreement between Sir Watkin, his landlord, and the old Sanitary Authority that the latter should fence the ditch. At present a large number of privies emptied into the ditch and he was anxious tor the ditch to be fenced from the railway station to the point where it connected with the Garshon ditch in order that his cattle might not partake of the contents of the ditch. Seeing that the ditch was now used by the Council for the conveyance of wage, he certainly thought they ought to go to the expense "f fencing it so as not to endanger his cattle.—The Clerk, replying to Mr Pugh, said it was true that the ditch was utilised for sewerage purposes. He could not say whether its use w >8 ennted for that purpose.—The Mayor said Mr Griffiths had put his case most fairly and he sag- g-s'ed that the Clerk should peruse the agreement mentioned and report to the Sanitary Committee. —The sugg^tion was adopted. REPORT OF STREETS COMMITTEE. The Streets Committee recommended payment of bills amounting to £25 12s IOJ that six tons of kerbstones for the main streets should be ordered that the reservoir keeper should report upon the use of water made by Mr D. C. Davies at the Wynnstay Hotel for purposes other than at present charged for and repr rt upon other cases where water was used for washing windows and pavements, for use of lawns, and watering streets and that arrangements should be made to supply- Mr Edward Jones (London House), Mr John Lewis (builder), Mr Humphreys Jones (builder), Mr John Rowlands (solicitor1, Mr Maldwyn Humphreys (Eagles Hotel), the Managers of trie Intern.ediate School, the Gas Company, and Mrs Williams (-kinner's Arms) with water.—Th,e report was adopted. A PAVEMENT QUESTION. Reference was made to the improvements carried out in connection with the pavement in front of the London and Provincial Bonk, and it was asked whether the Council proposed participating in the expense.—Several members demurred to payment, but Mr R. Gillart punted out that the pavement had been widened so as to meet with the convem- ence of the public generally. It was hardly fair to call upon private persons to pay for a public con- venience. He certainly thought the Council ought to meet Mr Griffith, the manager of the bank, who had intimated to him that he was prepared to con- tribute to the expense—Mr Pugh said in past years persons had even to pay for kerb stones let alone pavements, the Council refusing to keep them in any way. The Council now, however, appeared to be favourable to participating in the expense of providing a pavement. Were they departing from their previous att tude because the bank was a wealthy institution ? By making the concession suggested, the Council would be opening the door to scores of applcations for contributions towards pavements. —Mr G. W. Griffiths agreed with Mr Pugh.—It being bugeested that the matter should be referred to the Streets Committee, Mr Parsons rtsked why should the Council refer this matter to the Committee and the Committee refer it to the Council continually ? 'hem settle the matter once and for all.—Mr R. Gillart said he only sug- gested that the space which the deviation entailed should he done by the Council.—Mr Breeze was of the same opinion as Mr Gillart and proposed that pebbles should be laid at the expense of the Council in such tpace.—The proposition was ultimately agreed to.—The Council then rose.
TUWYK COUTY SCHOOL APPOINTMENT.—At a special meeting of the Governors of the Intermediate School held on Saturday, under the nresidercvor Mr H. Haydn Jones, Mr Derry Evans of the Uni- versity College (,f Wales, Aberystwyth, was ap- pointed assistant master at the School at a salary of JE120 a year. OBITUARY.—On Saturday, the 1st day of this month, Mr Edward Edwards, Lower Faenol. died at the advanced age of eight-eight years. He had been ailing a little for same time, hut the end came suddenly at last. The deceased had lived practically a l his life at Faenol and was a Towynite to the core. He was just, fair, and (1, tenritit d in 11 his »• ays ho possessed a wonderful memory for dates and events he could tell almost to the day when anything of importance had happened in the district of Towyn for the last eighty years. It is sad to think that such a record of events iL!; his memory contained should be lost for ever. His memory was not only exact, but his statements were given with scrupulous regard to the truth and could always b; depended upoc. He was buried at St. Cadvan's Churchyard on Wednesday, June 5úh. The funeral was largely and respectfully attended. Of him it. can be truly aid that a good man has gone to his rest. PRESENTATION.—Mr John Jones, ex postmaster, who only lately retired, was presented by the Corbett Lodge of Freemasons and a few privileged friends with his portrait in oil and a handsome gold watch on Tuesday evening, July 4th. A com- plimentary dinner was given to Mr Jones at the same time at the Whitehall Hotel over which Mr J. Chidlaw Roberts presided. After the cloth had been removed, eulogistic speeches were made and several songs sang. One of the most phasing features ef the evening was the rendering of the well-known song "Nancy Till" by the retired veteran postmaster. He sang it with as much vigour and melody as characterised his singing fifty years ago and he was encored over and over again. Mr J. Chidlaw Boberts acted as accompanist to the ex-postmaster. It is very pleasing to find that Mr Jones goes into retirement full of vigour and good health and with the good wishes uf ail his acquaintances. THE AGED ARE FALLING.—Those who have lived back in the time when the busy people who now constitute the working world were not born, are falling. Within the space of twelve days there have been buried at Towyn one of ninety-two years of age, one of eighty-eight, one of eighty-two, one of seventy-six, and one of seventy-two, making an average of eighty-four years All these old people were in possession of their faculties to the Iat and what they could relate was wonderful to listen to. Some of them remembered, and indeed, had been working on the London and Birmingham railway when it was made. One could tell of the time when Towyn and Aberdovey were only connected by a narrow zIgzag track along the skirts of the hills and when Aberdovey could not be entered from the Towyn side at high water during spring tides, because the sea came up to the very site upon which now stands the beautiful place called Craig- ydon. The veteran of ninety-two remembered the time when Gwalia Towyn was a seaport. Ships came and went to the place during spring tides boats within his memory plied on Aberledlydan and Llynllyfrith the land from Pall Mall to the river Dysynni right down to the sea was then common. The poor man's cow, pig, gander, and drake grazed upon it. The town fuel in the shape of peat was obtained from these lands and there stood upon it not a single dwelling-house, but ague was rampant in the land. SALE OF WORK.—A sale of work was held at the Assembly Rooms, Towyn, on Friday and Saturday in aid of the Baptist Chapel building fund. The sale was under the patronage of Mr J. Corbett, Mr O. M. Edwards, M.P., Dr Bone, Mr J. Chidlaw Roberts, Mr II. Hydn Jonea, J.P., Mr J. Hughes Jones, J. p" and Principal T. F. Roberts, Aberyst- wyth. Owing to the wet weather, the attendance was not up to expectations. However, a sum of close upon f30 was realis d. Mrs Principal Roberts opened the sale on Friday and on the proposition of Mr Pickering, seconded by the R v H. T. Williams, a vote of trianks was accorded her. On Saturday Miss Pugh, Towyn, performed the opening cere- money and a vote of thanks was given her on the proposition of Principal Roberts, seconded by the Rev J. Griffiths. Entertainments and other amuse- ments were provided at intervals and these were under the direction of Mr Llewelyn Williams. Amongst those who took part were Miss May Roberts, Miss B. Hughes, Miss Evans, Miss Maggie Owen, and Mr Isaac Jones. The stallholders were-I, Mrs Pickering, assisted by Mrs Devtreux Pugh, Mioses M K. Pickering, Jenny Jones, and Mrs Rowlands 2, Mrs Griffiths, assisted by Miss Griffiths and others 3, Mrs Roberts, assisted by Mrs T. F. Roberts, Mrs Maurice Roberts, Miss Evans, Miss Phillips, and Miss E. J. Roberts; 4, refreshment stall, Mrs Davies and Mrs Newberry. The fine art gallery was the production of the fertile brain of Professor Angus, Aberystwyth. The Management Committee con- sisted of the Revs J- Griffiths, J. Piekering, H. Williams, and Mr J. M. Roberts.
It is told of a certain man-of-war captai n, in the days when the captain took charge of the medicine chest, that he had a simple method of locating a man's ailment and alleviating it. He used to tie a piece of tape round the waste of his sufferer and then bade him declare whether his pain existed above or below the tape. If above, an emetic if below, a dose of salts followed, as a matter of course. Printed and Published by J. Gibson, Cambrian News Office, Terrace Road, Aberystwyth, Saturday, July 8th, 1899.
FATAL FALL FROM A ROOF. Machynlleth was the scene of another fatal accident on Wednesday morning, a. mason named Thomas Jones, in the employ of Mr J. O. Williams, contractor, meeting with his death as the result of a fall. Jones was in company with other workmen engaged in demolishing snme houses in the Garshon, and whilst in the act of undoing the roof of one house he overbalanced aud fell to the ground a dis- tance of about twenty feet. He fell on the crown of his head and was picked up by two fellow work- men, Rd. Evans and John Roberts, in an uncon- scious state.—Dr Williams was summoned and on examination he found that Jones had sustained.. severe fracture of the skull. He was removed on a stretcher to his home in Poplar-terrace and about an hour and a quarter aftpr the accident he died without recovering consciousness. The immediate cause of death was compression of the brain. It is surmised that Jones, who had only just recovered from an attack of influenza, was seized with apoplexy. He could hardly have fallen as the result of giddiness because he was but a com- paratively short distance from the ground. He was sixty-six years of age. An inq Jest will be held to-day (Friday.)