BARMOUTH. SOUTH PARADE. Osborne House, Mrs Brazier— Mr and Mrs Robins, Mr and Mrs Mountfcrd and maid, Sutton Coldfield; Mr and Mrs Randal Ayrton, Mrs and Miss Ayrton, Mrs Dodd, Miss Fleichman, Abbots Rock, Chester; Mr and Mrs Stamford King, London Belmont House, Mrs Thomas— Mrs and Misses Moorat, Mrs Earle and baby, Master W Earle, Crosby, Liverpool Rev R M P Butler and Mrs Butler, baby aud nurse, Congleton Miss Pinckes, Cambridge Comber House, Mrs Roberts— Mr and Mrs Daggett Rose, Calcutta Mr and Mrs 1. Pearce and children, Market Drayton Mr and Mrs Hard, London Gwendoline House, Miss Owen— Mrs Wakefield, family and maids, London Beach House, Mrs Jones- Mr and Mrs James Parr, Misses Parr (2), Man- chester MARINE TERRACE Bank House, Mrs D Edwards— Misses Thomas and Lewis Lloyd, Llwyn Madoc, Garth Commander and Mrs E Thomas,, family and maids, Builth Mr Valpy, do Mrs and Miss Blackburn, Harrogate Rev and Mrs Blackburn and children, Hayland Mr W G Olpherts and Mrs James, Brighton 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- Mr and Mrs Dobell and family, Southport Mr and Mrs Dix, family and maid, Stoke-on- Trent 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; Mr and Mrs Woodward 5, Mra Parrv— Mrs Mackenzie, family and nurse, Edgbaston, Birmingham Mr Walter Bassano, Haden Cross, Old Hill, Staffordshire Mr and Mrs T Cooksey, Old Hill, Staffs; Master Kenneth Cooksey and maid, do Mr E D Jones, M A, and Mrs Jones, County School 6, Mrs 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, Mrs Ellis Jones- Mr and Mrs Ciammond, children and nurse, Glasgow Mr and Mrs Bridgwater, Birming- ham Miss Robinson, Sheffield Mrs Wight- man,'Walsall Mrs Leckie, do 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, Mrs, and Miss Jessie Darling, Rev C and Mrs Musgrave Brown, Liverpool 11 Mrs Davies and Miss Griffith- Mr and Mrs Hipkiss 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 Llys Meirion, Mrs Adams— Mrs and Misses Gaskell, Liverpool Vronderw, Jane Griffiths— Mr, Mrs, and Master Elliott, Bridgnorth Windsor House, Mrs Robbins— Mr and Mrs Linnet, Mr E M Robbins, Kings Heath fYvital House, Mrs Williams— Mr R Williams, London Mrs W R Williams, Kingston on Thames Mr and Mrs T G Owen and family, Liverpool 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 acd Mrs Radnal, Handsworth No Addres.s— Mrs, Misses, and Mr J Hollinshead, Cleveland, Congleton Address— i" Mrs Horton and family, Edgbaston** Oak House, Mrs Jackson— Rev J Cutting, Newcastle-on-Tyne Misses Russell, Mr and Mrs Steadman, Tipton Ty Fry, Mrs Edwards— Mr and Mrs Arkley and family, Birkenhead Bnlcrravp House, Mrs Williams— Rev and Mrs Green Price, family and two nurses, Miss Barnaby, Brampton Bryan Rectory; Drand Mrs Wilson, family and nurse, Cheadle; Miss Kend"tl, do Mr and Mrs Crossland and family, Huddersfield MARINE MANSIONS Mrs Winchester— Mr and Mrs A Smith and family, Birmingham Mr and Mrs Myers, family and maids, Edg- baston Miss Huriev, Ireland GLANYWERYDD TERRACE 1, Mrs J T Jonps- Mr Jones, Corwen; Miss Owen. Dolgelley; Miss and Miss L Laycock, Mr H J Laycock, Miss H and Mr J Starr, Wigan 4, Mrs Jones— Mrs and the Misses Hamar, Knighton Miss Wildblood, Shiewsbury Misses M E and F E Morris, Presteign, Radnorshire Mrs Profit- Mr and Mrs Briggs, Yorkshire Miss Brook, Bradford Misses Florence and Mildred, Bywater, Bradford Mrs Lewis, Brynronen Mrs Davies, Uxbridge; Miss Watkins, Maiden- head Mrs Davies- Mr, Mrs J 0, and Miss Adatps).Leicester; J Threlfall, Atherton, Lanes SEA VIEW TERRACE 3, Miss Phillips- Mrs Ranford and family, Coventry; Miss Protheroe, Birmingham; Mr and Mrs Whitley and family, Leeds Mr and Mrs Dean and family, Erdington 4, Mrs Mansfield- Mr anl Mrs Doble, Birmingham DOCTOR'S BUILDINGS 1, MrsW Bishop— Mr and Mrs Evans, Saltley, Birmingha.m Hope Villa, Mrs Evans— Mr and Mrs Robbins and baby, Walthamstow; Miss Simons, London Mr J A Rowlands Glan Owen, Mrs Griffiths Mr and Mrs Jones and children, Liverpool FRONFELEN CASTLE 1, Miss Pugh— Mr and Mrs Price, Miss Wood, Liverpool 3, Miss Thomas— Mrs and Miss Hughes, Brecon Mrs and Miss Florrie Hughes, Wrexham; Mr and Mrs Walli9, Manchester Mr and Mrs Thomas and family, Leamington Spa Miss Hay, Chesterfield FRONFELEN TERRACE 1, Mrs Williams— Mrs G A Paris, Miss Nina Paris, Miss E Jones, Mrs Solomonson, Liverpool 2, Mrs Roberts— Mr and Mrs. and the Misses Webster, St Helensj Mr and Mrs and Mr Sbarpes, "Manchester 3, Mrs Morris— Mr Vale, Grantham Mrs Leith and family, Bir- mingham 4, Mrs Capt Griffith- Mr and Mrs Sprenger and family, Penkridge Mr and Mrs Davies, Birmingham 5, Mrs R Gritfith- Mr and Mrs Sanders and family. Sheffield; Mr and Mrs Stone and family, Wellington, Salop HAN LIT H TERRACE 3, Mrs W H Davies— M. L M Hamer, Llanidloes; Mr J E Story, N. <*nd S. W. Bank 4, Miss Lloyd— Mr, Mrs, and Miss Stephenson, Mr C A Stephenson, Mr E Roe, Moseley, Birmingham; Mr and Mrs G Stephenson, Ealing; Mr and Mrs Suckling and family. Birmingham; Mr and Mrs Philip Nuttal, Sheffield 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 HENDRE VILLAS 1- Mrs Davies, London Mr and Mrs Robinson and family, Manchester 3, Mrs J George— Mr T Adams, Mr and Mrs Bellamy, Mr and Mrs mith, Mr and Mrs Ballard, Mr L Ballard, Mr, Misses, and Master N Abraham, Kettering EPWORTH TERRACE 1, Mrs Williams— Mr and Mra S B Wilcock, Thirek, Yorkshire 3, Mrs B Owen— Misses Scott, Sheffield 0, Miss Griffith- Mr and Miss Pendleton, lanchester; Mr and Mrs Sheath, London AELFOR TERRACE 5, Mrs WiHiams- Mr and Mrs Booth, Oldham GLASFOR TERRACE 1, Miss Roberts— Mr Lee, Walsall 2, Mrs J H Dvies- Mr and Mrs Hart and family, "Li verpool- 3, Mrs Davies- Messrs Gardner and Barter, Oxford 5, 1\1 ¡sa Davies- Mr anfl Mrs Williamson, Ashton-under-Lyne Mrs and Misses Grimshaw, do MARINE GARDENS Falcon House, Misses Perrin and Turner- Mr and Mrs G H Peers and family, Millthwaite, Wallasey Mr W S Shantrell, Darley Deve, do y 2, Mrs Williams— Mr and Mrs Briane and family, Birmingham Daisy RIDk, Misses Roberts- Mr Fritz Loffier, Frieburg Mr J Heyes, Liverpool Dr and Mrs Minter and family! Uxbridge Fraulein Schuldt, Hamburg i — Mr, Mrs, and Master Lawrence Wilson, London; Mr and Mrs Bell, Birmingham Roseneath, Mrs Williams— Mr and Mrs Bennett and baby, Blackheath Mr C R WTaite, Mr Thorne, Birmingham MARINE ROAD. Colwyn House, Mrs Hyam— Mr and Mrs Hattrick. Dolgelley Artro House, Mrs Williams— Mr acd Mrs Pearce and children, Builth Miss Anderson 7— Rev and Mrs Rowlands and family, Corris 2, Hugo Villas, Mrs Rees Griffiths- Mr and Mrs Pope, London Bronwen House, Mrs Edwards- Mrs Mitton, children and nurse, Walkden, Lane; Mr, Mrs, and Miss Stepson, Bradford Bay View, Mrs Mallet- Miss Owen, B A, Misses Rees, Jones, and Owen Glandovey House, Mrs Lewis Edwards— Mr and Mrs Gibbons, Cheshire Aston House, Misses Jones— Mrs Bouchette, Mrs Haddock, family and governess, Rock Ferry; Captain and Mra Day, Rock Ferry; Rev and Mrs Powell and family Newcastle, Staffordshire Mr and Mrs Hands and family, Aaton, Birmingham; Master Perry, Kings Heath Mr, Mrs, and Miss Bellhousei Rochdale; Miss Powell, Newcastle, Stafford- shire LLANABER ROAD J Penzance Villa, Mrs G Edwards— Mr and Mrs Millington, Birmingham Benlah Hill, Mrs Roberta- Mr J M Edwards, BA., Llanuwchllyn Mr and Mrs Tracy and party, London Bryn Teg, Mrs Jones— Mrs Henry Herrick, children and maid, S. Ken- sington'; Mr and Mrs Jackson and family, Man- chester 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 Bron-y-Voel— Dr and Mrs Keightley and maids, London Beulah Hill, Mrs Pugh— Mr and Mrs H-iband 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 Fern Villa, Mrs Myatt— Mr Land Mrs Loveridge, family and maid, Wolverhampton Mr Johnes, Montgomery Cumberland Place, Miss Pugh— Mrs Thorpe, Reading Cumberland Cottage, Mrs Griffiths— Mr aud Mrs Silver, Wavertree, Liverpool; Mr Simpson, London 2, Cumberland House, Mrs AsUey— Mr and Mrs Lloyd and child, Welsbpool Minydon, Mrs Richards— Mr and Mrs Charles and family, Liverpool; Miss Bess, Southport WATERLOO PLACE 1, Mrs Captain Richard Owen— Mr and Mrs P Spencer, Miss Waddington, Bury, Lane Mr and Mrs Doncaster, London Mr and Mrs Barnard, Birmingham 2, Mrs Captain Williams— Mr and Mra Scholes, family and maid, Monxton, Thornton Heath VICTORIA PLACE 1, Miss J Davies— Mr and Mrs Maymon, Patricroft 2, Mrs Rogere- Mr and Mrs Holloway, Birmingham PARK ROAD Tal-Aig, Mrs Griffiths- Mrs Williams, Rhydymaen Cerniw Lodge Mrs Davies- Mr and Mrs Shaw, Birmingham BRYNDERWEN ROAD Maindee House, Mrs Roche— Mr Pybus, Manchester Kohinoor Villa Mrs Dudley— Mr and Mrs Dudley, Birmingham PORKINGTON TERRACE 1, Mrs Jones— Mrs and Miss Wyatt, Mrs and Master Kent and maid, Mis3 Mackenzie, London 2, Evans— Mr Henry Richards and family, Nottingham 3, Mrs Jones— Archdeacon, Mrs, and Miss Richardson, Not- tingham Misses (2) and 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 an friend, London 4, Mr Williams— Mr J A, Mrs, and Master Roland Isaacs, Brus- sels Mr, Mrs, and Miss Hibbert, Mr R Hibberc, and Mr H Harpin, Liverpool Mr, Mrs, and Master Hall-Brookes and nurse, Manchester Mr and Mn Davies and sons, Liverpool Messrs Kenward and Travers. Lon- don 5, Mrs Rothwell- Mr and Mrs Clough, Northwich; Miss Weston, do Mr and Mrs J W Pollitt, Manchester 6, Mrs Richards— Messrs T A Davies, T J Chivers, T Pargeter. J Mathewa, London Mr and Mrs Noake, Bir- mingham Mr and Mrs Eve, Leamington; Dr, Mrs, and Miss Stanger, Wakefield 8, Miss Griffith- Mr, Mrs, Miss, and Misses E and M, and Master D Fletcher, Miss B and Master B Hendrie, Manchester; Mr C G FitzsimmoDs and family, Mr 0 D Bishop, Muswell Hill, London Misses Mott, Mills, and Long, Ventnor 10, Mrs Capt Griffiths- Mr and Mrs Lloyd and family, Sutton Coldfield 11, Mrs Evans— Mrs Tuckett, Miss Colson, Bristol Mrs and Miss Turton, Clifton, do Mr aad Mrs W H Hurton, Birkenhead; Mr Tuckett and Mrs Hanmer, Wrexham 13, Mrs Davies— Mr and Mrs C Friend," baby and nurse, Mr Appleby. Rock Ferry Mr and Mrs Wright and family, Sale, Manchester Borthwen House, Mrs Capt Evans— Rev H and Miss Evane, Miss Davies, Hereford Misses Oscroft and Goodman, Nottingham Mr and Mrs Hodgkinson, and Miss Hodgkin- son, Newport, Mon; Misses Brady and Barron, Bray, Wicklow Orielton Hall— Mrs and Misses (2) Vaughan Birks and maid, Sheffield; Nurse Stevenson, Yorks Hon Mrs Henry and maid, Bath; Mrs Farrow, London Mr Pippet, Birmingham Misa Jameson, Farn- ham Messrs Lewis, Vyse, Tapp, and Smith, Lobdon Mr and Mrs Horsfield, Buxton Mr and Miss Horsfield, do Mr M Brown, London; Mr, Miss, and Master Hobbs, London Mr Wood, do ABERAMFFRA Idris View, Miss WiIliams- Mr and Mrs Horsfield. two children and nurse, Marple, Cheshire; Miss Machin, Moss Side, Manchester; Rev W E and Mrs Winks, Car- diff GLANABER VILLAS 1. Mrs Nock— Mr S Worsley, Mr Evans, Upminster; Mr and Mrs Thornton Bobby and family, Margate Glanaber House, Mrs Williams— Mrs and Miss Fisher, Miss Boldiug, Miss Monk. man, London ABERMAW TERRACE Wynnstay House, Mrs Evans— Mr and Mrs C H C Baldwyn and child, Wor- cester Mr and Mrs Davies. London Penbryn House, Mrs Ffoulkes— Mr and Mrs Finlow, London Mrs Heprick and family, do: Mr and Mrs Stamp, Clifton, Bristol 5, Mrs Capt Morris— Mr H A Payne. Birmingham; Mr E A Gere, London THE QUAY Tudor House, Mrs Edwards— Dr and Miss Barnes, London; Mr E A Gamble, Leicester Min Afon, Mrs E Jones— Mr and Mrs W R Mashedar, family and maid, Bootle; Mr, Mrs, and Misses Hingley (2), Cradley CHURCH STREET 1, Craig-y-don, Mrs Jones— Misses E F and A Parish, Halesowen, near Birmingham 2, Craigydon, Mrs W Jones— Mr J Lewis, J P, Mrs Lewis, Llanllibio Valley, Anglesea Mr and Mrs A Newton, Sevenoaks, Kent Mr G and Miss Maud New- ton, do MeirioD House, Mrs Jones- Mrs Milton and Mr Oswald Davies Mr and Mrs Fox, Mr and Mrs Bradley, Sheffield Tynewydd, 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 Mr3 Gar- dener, Miss V Gardener, London Church Gate, Miss Williams- Mr W S Davies, family and nurse, Birkenhead Mr, Mrs, and Miss Flossie Burgess, Birming- ham Anchor House, Mrs Capt Griffith- Miss Bartham and friend, Aston, Birmingham Mr. Mrs, and Miss Owen, Festiniog Lewis Temperance Hotel, Mrs C Williams— Mr and Mrs R Shepherd, Pott Shrigley, Cheshire Mr Martin, London Messrs Jones and Beard, Liverpool; Mr MadJc, Stafford HIGH STREET 2, Glyndwr, Mrs Capt Morris— Messrs G Foster and M A Garstang, Oldham 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 Talydon Hotel, Mrs Owen— Dr and Mrs Lloyd, New Brighton Miss Ash- croft and baby, do; Mr and Mrs Fairhurst, Misses B, G, and A Fairhurtt, Bolton Mrs Shutt, Sutton Coldfield Mrs Wood, do Mr, Mrs, and Miss Broadbent, Hyde Glanymor, Mrs J Evan:!— Mr and Mrs 0 N Jam eson and family, Hessle, E Yorks Mr Mrs Allan Hall and family, Kirk Ella, E Yorks Tanyfron, Mrs Pritchard- Frederick Medcraft, Richard Edgar Medcraft, Birmingham Mr and Mrs Edward Norman, Wavertree, Liverpool London Cottage, Mrs Allen Jones— Mrs Cambridge and two sons, Gloucester Mr and Mrs Hill, do Mawddach House, Mrs Wynne Jones- Mrs Peters, Mrs and Misses Morris (3), Llan- uwchllyn. nr Bala Mr and Mrs Llewelyn and baby, Cardiff Mrs Llewelyn, Pembroke Dock 1, Wesley Place, Mrs Williams- Miss Jones, Rhoslefain, nr Towyn 2, Wesley-place, Mra Evans— Miss Jones, Llanllyfni; Miss Williams, ar narvon 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 Glanmeon, MrsO Edwards- Mr and Mrs Smythe and family, London Mr Md. Mrs Hopsqn and baby, Birkenhead; Mr J and Mr Campbell, Manchester 1, Brynymor, Mrs Jones- Mr and Mrs Evans, Dolgelley Mr R J Walsall, Peterborough 2, Brynymor, Mrs Jones— Mr and Mrs G G Dawson and family, Sbipton, Yorkshire; Mr and Mrs Windle, Grimsby Lmcolnshlre; Mr, Mrs, and Miss Nora Wil- liams, Mr, Mrs, and Master C Emerson War- rington Mr and Mrs Gibnian, Nutsworth Vron House, Mrs Jones- Mr Mitchell, Birmingham Mrs and Miss Hughes, Oswestry Bwlch House, Mrs Capt E Richards- Mr and Mrs Butcher, London; Mr J C Tam- madge and son, do Misses (2) and Mr Hobbs Bristol ST. ANN'S SQUARE ot Anne 8 Bestaurant, Mrs F Jones— Mr, Mrs, and Miss Winbush, London; Mr Turner, Leeds Mrs Edwards— Mte,8wdd a?d Birmingham; Mr and Mrs Woemal and family, Coventry 6, Mrs D E Davies- The Misses Lantrow, Rhayader Mr and MisPes Bird, Leamington
Father (to son who is going out into the world) fa An' there's ae thing that I'd like to impress on ye, an that is-dinna marry a lassie that has mair siller than you, for when I married your mother I had thirty shillings an' she had twa pun', and she's never deen throwin' it in my face yet." Cousin Dick I would like to go shooting to- morrow, if I only could get a deg that was well. trained." Ethel:" Oh, I'll let you take Dottie.then. She can stand on her head, and shake hands, and play dead, and say her prayers, and do lots of things." A Careful Man.—Jagleigh II Shay, ol' man, can t member where I live. Tell me." Friend You don't want to go home to your wife in this condition, do you?" Jagleigh "Course not out f I don t know where m' home is, I might BO there by mistake."
CRICCIETH. MARINE CRESCENT Sunnyside, Mrs Capt Williams- Mr and Mrs Bankard, baby and two maids, Leicester Andrew Villa, Mrs Owen— Capt and Mrs Clay, Elm Park, Holyhead Mr and MrsF A Kelley, Rockferrv, Cheshire Aelydon, Mrs Williams— Rev Dr and;Miss Abbott, Dublin; Miss Kingsmill, Ripon Rev T F Abbott, Limerick Wilton House, Mrs Williams— Mr, Mrs, and Master N Clarke and governess, Oxton, Birkenhead Misses Arculus, Edgbas- ton, Birmingham Mr and Mrs Hughes, family and maid, Sale, Manchester Marine Hotel, Miss Cooper— Dr Bayley, Northampton Mr and Mra Sherman, London Mr, Mrs, and Miss Wilkes, do Mr R T and Miss Smith, Whitchurch Mrs Vesey Fitzgerald, Clifton Hall, Rugby Rev and Mrs Evans, Eyton Hall, Leominster Windsor House, Mrs Pritchard— Mr and Mrs Wallis, Poyton, Manchester Miss Davies, Bristol MARINE TERRACE 1, Bron Dinas, Mrs Richards— Mrs Parrin and family, Dublin 3, and 4, Mrs Jones— Miss Tudor, Wolston, Stoke on-Trent Miss Taylor, do Misses Wilson, Mr Wilson Messrs H Habbard and D Hasslar, Kings Nor- ton; M r Roberts, Liverpool 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 Mrs Ashe, Bowdon 7, Glanydon, Mrs B Williams— Mr F A and Mrs Adlam and maid Mr a.nd Mrs Mason, Cumberland 8, St. Tudwall's View, Mrs Owen Evans— Mrs Brickwell, Miss P. Brickwell, The Grange, Battles Bridge, Essex; Misses Roberts, Shrews- bury Misses Jones, Edgbaston, Birmingham II, Miss Jones— Mr and Mrs Wrcy Hanby and two children, India; Miss Markes, Deighton; Mrs and Misses Kingston. Willesden 13, Mrs E Evans— Mrs Harry Smith and party, London 14, Mr Owen- Mr and Mrs Luckham, Salisbury; Mr, Mrs, and Misses Jones, Oakfields, Liverpool 15, Mrs Edwards- Principal and Mrs Bebb, Lampeter 16, Bron Dinas, Mrs Richards Mrs H Moore, Birmingham Mrs Perrin and family, Dublin 17, Mrs J Price— Mr and Mrs Lindsay, Newlands Park, Sydenham, London, EC 18, Mrs D Jones— Mrs and Misses (3) Player, Edgbaston, Birming- ham 19, Merion View, Mrs Evan Griffith—i 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 21, Trinity House, Mr Captain Griffiths- Mrs M Valentine, nurse and baby, Marple, Cheshire Miss Pennington. Newton-de-Wil- lows, Lanes Miss Shaw, Warrington 26, The Cliffe, Mrs H Jones— Mr, Mrs, and Miss Goodley, and Mr Sack, Lon- don 27, Mrs W Gtiffiths- Mr and Mrs Webb and child, Miss Clare, Dub- lin Mrs Croft, Mr and Mrs Hammond and family, Alderley Edge, Cheshire 28, Beeswing House, Miss Jones— Mrs, Miss, and Mr Fulton, Manchester Mr and Mrs W J Riddick, family and nurse, Wilms- low Mrs Riddick, London Mr and Mrs Frost, Manchester Miss Coutts, do 30, Angcrfa, Mrs Williams— Mr and Mrs W N M and Master J K M Newall and nurse, Roby, nr Liverpool Bronaber, Mrs Griffith- Mr and Mrs Corma Walshe, family and maid, Crossmalina, Ireland Glanllifon, Mrs Williams— Mr and Mrs Barrows, nurse and baby, Miss Barwell, Birmingham Mr, Mrs, Miss, and Master Evans, Miss Dawson, Runcorn WEST PARADE Plas Eifion, Mrs Parry- Rev Father Addie, Rev Father Hull and party, Bishop Eatou, Liverpool; Rev, Mrs, and Miss M Benwell, Woodland Spa, Lincolnshire Mr and Mrs Taylor, junior, Mr and Mrs Taylor, senior, baby and nurse, Salford, Birmingham PARKIAU TERRACE 2, Mrs Owen — Mrs and Misses Gregory, Miss Taylor, Misses Preedy, Exmouth MONA TERRACE Glan Dwr, Mrs WiIliams- Miss Vaughan. Henrhiw, Penmachno Pleasant View, Mrs Griffiths- Mr and Mrs W H Jones and family, Mr H Jones, Heaton Chapel; Mr and Mrs Mark Hulme, Levenshulme Moia House, Mrs R M Williams— Mr and Mrs W M Elliot, Dublin Mr Child, Manchester Miss M Child, Mrs Britner, do GLASFOR TERRACE Cartrefle, Miss E Griffith- Mrs Ward and baby, London; Mr Jones, Blaenau Festiniog Plas Isaf, Misses Williams and Owens— Mr W Robson, Warrington; Mrs and Miss Youell, London HIGH STREET Mrs Williams— Miss Jenkins, Llandudno Nurse Walmsley, Bangor Havelock House, Mrs Jones— Mr J E Jones and family, Livepool London House, Mrs Jones— Mr Lomas and family, Manchester Miss Wild, Timperley Mrs J T Goddard and family, Fenton, Stoke-on-Trent; Mrs Pugh, Tynddol, Trawsfynydd George Hotel, Miss Williams— Mr and Mrs T Fiegler, Manchester Dr N R Jones, London; Mr J Williams, Llandudno Mr Frank Fletcher, Southport Colonel and Mrs Walker, Liverpool; Mrs Kerman, do; Mr F B C Leaf, Mr A Roberts, Manchester Mr and Mrs W B C Jones, Mynydd Ednyfed; Mr N R Clark, Mr H Clark, Middleton PORTMADOCROAD Min-y-Gaer Boarding House, Miss Jefferies— Mrs Wilbraham, Mrs and Miss Voss, Overdale, Cheshire Miss Harston, Miss White, Miss Owen, London Glyn-y-Coed, Mrs Parry- Mrs and Miss Lawless, Dublin Mrs and Miss Maturin. HARLECH VIEW 3, Ty Newydd, Mrs Jones— Miss Moore and Mr W B A Moore, Miss A L Moore, Miss F Moore, Miss M Moore, Master G Moore, Dublin CASTLE STREET 2, Harlsch View, Miss Griffiths- Mrs and Misses Woodrow, Master Sydney Woodrow, Davenport Park, Stockport Misses Ackroyd, Dresden, Germany STANLEY ROAD 5, Mrs Bohes- John and Elizabeth Edwards, Pentir, Pentre Miss Maggie Hughes. do Mrs Jones, Waen- fawr TANYGRISIAU TERRACE Monte Vista, Miss Roberts— Mr, Mrs, and Master Hayes, Southport 7, Mrs Davies— Mr Blackborne and Miss Smith, Upper Norwood RAILWAY TERRACE 4, Mrs Jones- Mrs Roberts and family, Talsarn 6, Mr and Mrs Whitehead— Mr and Mrs, Masters H, L, and W Whitehead, Miss Holden, Withington, Manchester 7, D Evans— Messrs J H Williams and Ellis Jones, Rhyd Ddu Rhianfa, Mrs Davies— Rev and Mrs J Miles and sons Mrs and Miss Ellis and party Nugwl Nilla, Mrs Roberts— Mrs N Charles, Winchester Arfor Villa, Mrs Captain Jones— C Dr, Mrs, and Misses Morgan, Clifton, Bristol ambnan House Mrs F eddis- Mr and Mrs Lawrence, Miss Cockerton, Wilms- low an(j Mrs Green, London m Moses Thomas— Mr and Mra J G Thomas and child, Cwmyglo Plas Gwilym) Mrs R Williams— S Mr and Miss Wyn and Miss Round, Birmingham n View, Misses Jones— Miss Leyster, the Misses Conlson, the Misses ^arleton, Dublin Mrs Price Davies, Blaenau estiniog Dwyfor Villa, Mrs James— Mr Day Sea View House, Mrs Jones Evana— Miss Lightfoot, Grange-over-Sands Rev W and Harrison, Deanery, Pontesburv i5lte ki°n Hotel, Capt J Thomas— Rev H and Mrs Walmsley, Mellor, Blackburn M ? £ J^V88 Ma8on« Holmfield, Southport; M H I088'IDVERIOAL 5 MR ROBINSON
ABERDOVEY! BODFOR TERRACE 2, Miss Charles- Mrs Ruck, Miss Pedley, Mra Stuart 5, Mrs Humphreys- Mr and Mrs L D Jones 6, Miss Williams- Miss Williams, Bangor GLANDOVEY TERRACE 8, Mrs Owen Williams- Mr andMrs Munty, and family Sutton Cold- field £ SEA VIEW TERRACE 1, Temperance Hotel, Morris's- Mr and Mrs Hughes, Birmingham Mr Lox, Liverpool Mr James, do 15, Mrs Jenkins— Miss Venables 17, Mrs Jones- Mr and Mrs W E Perkins and family, The Grange, Astwood Bank, Worcestershire 25, Miss Lewis- Mra Scott, family and nurse, Manchester 27, Mrs Rowlands— Mr and Mrs Price, Wimbledon Mr and Mrs Witter and son, Birkenhead 32, Tregonwell- Rev J E and Mrs Tweed, Tregonwell Rev R Tweed, do Miss Tredwell, do COPPER HILL STREET Bryncynlas, Mrs A Hughes- Mrs Hughes, Pennal NEW STREET 9, Mrs Griffiths- Mr W C Jones, Oswestry BRYNDOVEY ROAD Bryndovey- Colonel and Mrs Paton and servants Brynteg- Mrs Atkins Collins, Mrs Newton and servants Rosetta Cottage— Mr and Mrs Filgate and family BATH PLACE Plas Dyfi, Mrs Lewis- Mrs Carr, Misses Carr, Moseley, Birmingham Dr Grayling, Miss Grayling, Forest Hill, Kent 6, Mrs Evan Davies- Miss Edwards, London PENHELIG ROAD Brynhelig, Mrs Rees- Mr Morgan, Oxford PENHELIG TERRACE Mor Awelon, Mrs Williams- Canon and Mrs Mathwin, West Pelton Vicarage, County Durham Mona House, Mrs Nicholas- Mr A Cresswell and Mrs Cresswell, Edgbaston HILL SIDE Stanley Villa, Mrs Jenkins- Mr R D Aubrey, Oxford High Cliff, Misses Jones- Rev and Mrs F Boden and two children, Dudley
TOWYN. MARINE PARADE 1, Miss Williams— Misses Wilsons (2), Leamington Spa Mr and Mra Walters, family and maids (2), Car- marthen Mr and MrsEdmondson, family and maid, Mrs Hammond, do, Cheshire 2, Aelydon, Mrs Lewis- Misses Millington, Manchester; Mr and Mrs Crowther, Mr and Mrs H W Crowther, children and maids, West Bromwich 12, Mrs Davies- Mr, Mrs, Master, and Miss Thursby and maid, Cressage Capt and Mrs Walker, Newtown Miss Tichener, London Mr George Onslow, Bridgnorth Mrs Parsons, Birmingham Mrs Layfette, family and maid, Birmingham Mr and Mrs Marnham and (2) daughters, Surrey Dysynny View, Mrs Clint- Mrs Greenhow, Hunstanton IDRIS VILLAS 14, Mrs R S Hughes— Mr and Mrs E A Ross and family, Birkenhead 18, Mrs Rowlands- Miss Owen, Llaniloes 22, Mrs W 0 Roberts- Mr. Mrs, and Masters H and P Shallcross, Leek 24, Mrs Jones— Mr and Mrs Wood and family, Bolton BRYNMAIR 3, Mrs Davies— Mr and Mrs Grocott, children and nurse, Miss and Miss N Hobson 6, Brynmair, Mrs Phillips- Rev J S and Mrs Munn, family and nurse, Lud- low 7, Mrs Jones- Mr and Mrs Powell and family, Birmingham 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 Miss Madin, Mr and Mrs Crossbie Oates and child, Wallasey, Cheshire; Miss Oates, Belfast Mr Ells, Birmingham Mrs Jones- Mr and Mra Richards, America; Mrs Brown, London 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 tamily, Ludlow Mr and Mrs Greenland and family, Newport; Miss Hornby and two maids, Liverpool PIER VILLAS 2, Miss Jones— Mr G H Nevinson, family and maids, Mrs W J Thompson and family, Leicester; Mr E B Nevinson, London Miss M C Turner, Notting- ham 3, Miss Morris- Mrs Moore, baby and nurse, Miss Bray, Miss Lewis, Dilwyn 4, Mrs Owens- Mrs and Miss. Trenfield, Tewkesbury Mr and Mrs J H Ingall and family, Moseley, Birmingham Mr Govett, Bridgewater Mr and Mis Gopsell and family, Handsworth, Birmingham HIGH STREET Bryn Llewelyn, Mrs Wynne Thomas — Mr and Mrs Hardy and family, Stock Mr and Mrs Lees and family, do Miss Roberts, Os- westry Miss Rowlands, Llanderfel Mr Evans, Cann Office 30, Mrs Evans- Rev W Ellis and Mrs Ellis, Miss Ellis, Rugby 2, Brynawel, Mra Jones- Mrs Richards, Welshpool; Misses Evans and Roberts, do Min-y-don, Mrs L Morris- Mr and Mrs Cleland and family, Walsall Mrs Holmes and baby, do; Mr, Mrs, and Miss Ed- wards, Sutton Coldfield Mr, Mrs, and Master Evans, Wolverhampton Mr Hughes, Liver- pool Rev J H and Mrs Bardsley, family and maid, Manchester Glasfor, Mrs Jones- Capt and Mrs Williams-Freeman, Shrewsbury Mr and Mrs Smith and party, Handsworth Traetheuraidd, Mrs Stealey- Mrs Dixey and family, Woodgate, Malvern; Mrs Whishaw and party, New Brighton Cadvan House, Mrs Davies Miss and Miss D Jones. Morriston Cefncumbutt Hall, Mrs Roberts- Mi and Mra Lowe, Dr Lowe, Birmingham Golden Grove, Mrs Evans- Dr and Mrs Connor Prospect House, Mra Thomas- Mrs Williams, Miss Royde Smith, Crouch End, London Frondeg, Mrs Jones— Miss Clarke, London Morfa Cadvan, Mrs Jones- Mr and Miss Williams, Brynawel, Corris Glanymor Farm, Mrs Jones- Misses Lloyd, Oswestry Mrs and Miss Holder, Wolverhampton Morfa Farm, Mrs Evans- Misses Lawfords (6), Leicester No address— Mr and Mrs Birch, family and nurses, Finchfield, Wolverhampton
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LLWYNGNRIL. VISITORS.—There is a fair sprinkling of visitors in the village and district already and nearly all the houses are let for August. THE ROADS.—Cyclists will be glad to learn that the road between here and Towyn, stretches of which have been recently laid with macadam, is now being put in order with the steam roller. Mr Lewis James, who is in charge, is doing good work. In a few days the road will) be completed and will no doubt be very greatly patronised, as it affords such excellent views of the bay and the Snowdon and Rivals ranges.
CORWEJN BOARD OF GUARDIANS, FRIDAY, Present: Dr Jones (chairman); Messrs John Lloyd, R. R. Roberts, Godfrey Parry, and Miss Hughes, Corwen; Isaac Hughes and Robert Wynne, Gwyddelwern Thomas Owen, Llan- gar Owen Evans, John Hughes, and Rev Ivan T. Davies, Llandrillo Messrs E. P. Jones, Llan santffraid G. D.; David Jones, Cerrigydruidion; John Williams, Llangollen (Rural); J. Nanson, Miss Edwards, Miss Edith Barker, Mrs Richards, and Mrs Roberts, Llangollen (Urban) Colonel Lynes, Llangwm; Messrs Thomas Hughes, clerk; D. Walker, E. Derbyshire, and E. Foulkes, re- lieving officers; R. Williams, master. Statistics.—Out-relief administered during the past fortnight. Corwen district, per Mr E. Derby- shire, f57 Os 6J to 225 paupers corresponding fortnight last year, £60 Os Od to 227 paupers. Llangollen district, per Mr E. Foulkes, f55 8a Od to 224 paupers corresponding fortnight last year, £54 19s Od to 245 paupers. Number of inmates in the House, 44; corresponding week last year, 51. Number of vagrants relieved during the past fort- night, 25; corresponding fortnight last year, 45 Nztionat OhX-Age Pension.—A communication was read from West Ham with refererfce to national old-age pension and education and the same was ordered to be laid on the table. The Chairmen 01 Boards of Guardians Bill. —A letter was read from the Guardians of the North Brierley Union (Yorks) asking support to Sir Fortescue Flannery's Bill to constitute chairmen of boards of guardians ex-officio justices of the peace. —Upon the motion of the Rev Ivan T. Davies, sec- onded by Mr David Jones, it was decided to support the Bill. Visiting Committee's Report. Dr Jones reported that the Visiting Committee had been informed by Dr Walker that the duties of nurse had been very i satisfactorily carried out during the past years by an inmate of the House, Jane Jenkins, but as she for some time wanted to go out, the Committee were unanimous for retaining her services and they understood from the Master that she would be willing to stop if she was paid a small salary for her services. —It was resolved upon the motion of Dr Jones, seconded by Mr J. Nanson, that the Com- mittee's report be adopted and that Jane Jenkins be engaged as nurse for a salary of JE5 per annum. EDEYRNION RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL, FRIDAY, JULY 7TH.—Present Messrs R. R. Roberta (chairman) Edward Davies, Bettws G.G. John Lloyd, Godfrey Parry, and Dr Jones, Corwen Messrs Isaac Hughes and Robert Wynne, Gwyddelwern Thomas Owen, Llangar j Owen Evans. John Hughes, and Rev Ivan T. Davies, Llandrillo Messrs E. P. Jones, Llan santffraid; Thomas Hughes, clerk; Howell White, medical officer of health; E. Edwards, surveyor. Corwen Fire Brigade.—A letter was read from the Parish Council of Corwen calling the District Council's attention to the necessity of pro- viding without delay a cart for storing and carry- ing the fire hose as recently, on the occasion of a fire breaking out at Penybryn, much time was wasted in fetching and taking up the hose.—On the motion of Mr Thomas Owen, seconded by Mr Godfrey Parry, the matter was referred to the Hydrants Committee.—The Rev Ivan T. Davies proposed, Mr R. R. Roberts seconded, and it was resolved to recommend to the Hydrants Committee to have a board put up by the Market Hall with the names of the members of the fire brigade on it so that the townspeople would know to whom to go in case of fire breaking out. Melinyivig Water Supply.—The Clerk stated that the first notices served on owners to provide water supply for their cottages at Melinywig had expired and asked for further instructions from tne Council. —-Mr Robert Wynne, one of the owners, said he was of opinion that no better supply could be got than from the existing wells. He had seen the spring mentioned and he could find only a few drops of water there even after the heavy rain. He thought the existing wells after being put in repair would give a sufficient supply of wholesome water. —Dr White said he had been told by persons from the plase that the wells dried up entirely during i droughty periods.—It was resolved that second notices bs sent to the owners to request them to provide the requisite supply within a month. The Proposecl Bridge over the Dee by Corwen.— A deputation having been appointed to approach the Hon. C. H. Wynn, RÚg, with respect to the deviation of the road on the Corwen side of the river through a portion of a meadow belonging: to him in accordance with the plan prepared by Mr E.. Edwards, surveyor, the Chairman handed in the following letter which he had received from Mr Wynn :—" Rug, Corwen, June 9th, 1899. Dear sir,—Referring to your remarks and the plans you put before me yesterday, together with a letter from the County Surveyor of Carnarvonshire which I have read and now return with the plans made by Mr Edwards, I have consid; red the subject and arrive at the following :—1st. The proposed devia- tion of the road (Corwen side of river Dse) would cut in two the field I recently paid about £500 for, and the road, if made, would greatly depreciate the value of this land. 2nd. Iu looking at Mr Edwards's plan of bridge and approaches, I consider that it would, if made, on account of the number of pillars on which it stands and the embankment of the two approaches, greatly retard the flow of flood water which is already so much retarded by the small fall and by the railway bridge, and in my opinion not only cause the winter floods to be deviated from the course of the river on to the adjacent low land, but also cause serious destruc- tion of the banks above and below the propo^d bridge, especially on the higher and lpft bank of the river as is the case with the London and North Western Railway bridge lower down and in my opinion be a continual source of expense and loss. 3rd. I was quite willing on certain conditions that the road approach should be made through my field on the Trewyn side of the river Dee as pointed out to me by the representatives of the CorwenRural District Council the end of January, 189S, provided the existing road adjoining this field was put in a state of cultivation to add to my field and I thought if the bridge was made it would be over the exist- ing ford, but even in that event I should require to be assured that any damage done to land by bridge pillars, abutments, aud approaches retarding vvaterflow would be made good. 4th. I observe that Mr Croom Johnson's plan of the bridge has been put aside in favour of one by Mr Edwards, but seem- ingly the Rural District Council of Corwen were not satisfied to accept this plan without consulting Mr Evans, the county surveyor of Carnarvonshire, thereon and I find Mr Evans has suggested import- ant alterations. I am strongly of opinion, with due respect for Mr Edwards and Mr Evans (who do not quite agree as to the strength of the bridge) that Mr Johnson's is the most experienced opinion to rely on in a matter of so much importance, especially when the County Council has promised jE500 and £200 towards the structure and approaches and.where every precaution would have to be taken to prevent the bridge being washed away when subject to the severe floods and, per- haps, the ratepayers' money of jE700 going with it; and I much doubt if the County Council would be satisfied with Mr Edwards's plan. 1 have now stated my views as briefly as I can and, moreover, must add that I do not consider the gain would be worth the cost of this bridge, the approaches being so far behind what they should be, especially when the water is out. I should have been very happy to see the deputation you mentioned yesterday, but as I do not consider we are likely to agree, I think it would be only occupying timefornopurpose. If the Urban District Council or thooe responsible for alteration of plans had before considering and ordering same to be got out, v/ritten to me and men- tioned the proposed alteration I could have at once told them that so far as I am concerned I would not approve. I hope you will give me credit for not without reason objecting to the altera- tion, for I assure you I consider it a necessity to do so and from no fractious spirit.—I am, dear sir, yours truly, Charles H. Wynn." Following the reading of the letter a lively discus- sion took place. Mr Edwards had by designing a much plainer bridge and taking a different site to that of Mr Johnson for it, estimated a saving of close upon a thousand pounds and his plans were pronounced by competent persons to be quite feasible. Ihe one great drawback, however, in them was the necessity of deviating a portion of the road through one of Mr Wynn's meadows and hence the Council's application to Mr Wynn. Sub- sequently, in face of Mr Wynn's reply, it was pro posed by Dr Jones, seconded by Mr E. Davies, and carried that Mr Edwards's plans be set aside. It was also decided thit before doing anything further with Mr Johnson's plans to ascertain what subscriptions had been pro- mised and what amount of money could be guaranteed for the work. The following resolution passed at a meeting of the Llandrillo Parish Coun- cil was also read:—" That this Council respectfully desires to inform the Edeyrnion Rural District Council that the ratepayers of this parish strongly object to any portion of the expense of erecting a carriage bridge over the Dee by Corwen being charged on the rates, and desires to suggest to the District Council, in face of financial and other difficulties, the advisability ot laying the bridge project aside for the present." Byeiaws.—Upon the motion of Rev Ivan T. Davies, seconded by Mr John Lloyd, the Clerk was directed to convene a joint meeting of the Edeyr- nion, Uwchaled, and Llangollen Rural District Councils to revise the byeiaws made some years ago by the old Rural Sanitary Authority of the Union.
MACHYNLLETH. SUCCESS OF A CHOIR.—At the Corris Eisteddfod on Saturday the Graig Male Voice Choir succeeded in taking the first prize, consisting of a gold medal and £12, in the chief choral competition. A FALL.—Last week a little boy aged nine years, the son of Mr Pierce of the telegraphic depart- ment of the Cambrian Railway, fell down from a wall and dislocated his right elbow. He was attended to by Dr Williams and is recovering. CONCERT.—A concert was held at the Town Hall on Wednesday night. Mr Edmund Gillart presided. The proceeds of the concert went towards defraying the expense which will be in- cut-red by the Graig choir in competing at the National Eisteddfod. The programme was made up of selections by the choir and solos, etc., by the members. In the challenge solo competition the medal was taken by Mr J. Humphreys. The accompanist was Miss C. J. Williams. SUNDAY SCHOOL TRIP.—On Thursday the Uwch. y-Gaireg Sunday School had their annual day trip to Aberystwyth. The artangements were m the hands of Mr T. R. Williams, lay deacon, and the Rev D. T. Hughes, curate, who took care that everyone enjoyed themselves. At twelve o'clock all sat down to a dinner in the Market Hall under the supervision of Mrs Williams, Pantglas. The weather was beautifully fine. THE VOLUNTEERS. -011 Sunday the company paraded to the English Church, under the eommind of Lieutenant Wakefield, to listen to a sermon by the Rev Canon Trevor. In the course of his ser- mon the rev gentleman referred to the death of the late Captain Joseph Evans. Thecompany is going to camp at Porthcawl on Saturday, in preparation for which all the men were examined in full march- ing order by Lieutenant Wakefield on Tuesday night. The examination was witnessed by a large number of townspeople. Advance parties went to camp on Tuesday and Wednesday. THE POLICE STATION.—At the Montgomery Standing Joint Committee on Saturday the Surveyor said that he had been obliged to amend his estimate of the cost of the new police station at Machynlleth, the Prison Commissioners having recommended alterations in the plans involving an additional expenditure of £140. The alterations consisted of an additional staircase, a high wall round the prisoners yard, and additional accom- modation for females. It was resolved that the alterations be approved and that the County Council be requested to vote the additional sum required. THE SEWAGE DISPOSAL.—The Council inter. viewed Mr Kirby, engineer, on Tuesday, on the question of drafting an amended scheme for the disposal of sewage. Mr Kirby explained how matters stood with the Local Government Board and it was ultimately resolved that Messrs Kirby should prepare an amended scheme to be submitted for the approval of the Local Government Board. It was understood that Mr Kirby would immediately proceed to fix upon a new site for the septic tank, the old site not having been approved of by the Board. The members present were Mr W. M. Jones, chairman, Messrs John Thomas, G. W. Griffiths, John Pugh, H. Lewis, D. Smith, J. M. Breeze, R. Gillart, Rd. Owen, Rd. Rees, and T. Parsons, with Mr Rowlands, clerk Mr J. Jones, surveyor; and Dr A. O. Davies, medical officer. THE FATAL ACCIDENT.—On Friday, Mr John Rowlands, coroner, held a.n inquest on the body of Thomas Jones whose death, caused by a fall from a partly-demolished building, was reported in our last issue. Mr T. R. Morgan was foreman of the jury. —Margaret Jones, wife of the deceased, said her husband was sixty-four years of age and worked as a mason. Six weeks ago he suffered from in- fluenza, but had now recovered. He made no com- plaint as to his health on the day of the accident.— Hugh Evans, 3, Dovey View-terrace, a mason, said that he was working on the same building as deceased and they were engaged in taking slates off the roof. He did not see the deceased fall, but hit attention was called to the accident and he at once went for Dr Williams.—Sarah Jane Trevor, wife of Thomas Trevor. Poplar-road, said that she was in the lane and saw someone falling down. She called out and a number of people rushed to the spot. Deceased fell down backwards into the lane and did not speak after he struck the earth.—Dr Williams was called to the scene and he said that he found the deceased in a state of profound in- sensibility. There was a small incised wound on the back of his head and it was bleeding slightly. He ordered the deceased to be taken home and then made a further examination and found that Jones was suffering from the effects of compression of the brain. There was a rather extensive de- pression on the left side of the vault of the skull, but he could not satisfy himself that there was a fracture.. The case was hopeless from the first. In his opinion, deceased was seized with apoplexy. He lived for about an hour-and a-quarter after the accident.—Hugh Evans (recalled) said the height of the wall was fourteen feet.—John Owen Williams, builder, said deceased fell from the paves. Witnfess was not present at the time, but was speaking to the deceased about five minutes before and told him not to pull the timber down, but he appeared to have gone on pulling the timber down.—The jury returned a verdict in accoidance with the medical evidence.
DOLGELLEY. LOST.—Three months ago, a committee appointed to procure a site for a new reading room and recreation rooms. Any person or psrsons giving such informstion as will lead to the discovery of the same will be handsomely rewarded. TRAP ACCIDENT.—Dr John Jones, Caerffynnou, met with a uasty accident on Friday morning when driving from Rbydymain. The horse stumbled near Llawrdolserau and Dr Jones and the groom were thrown out. Fortunately they escaped with slight injuries. The horse righted himself and galloped towards home, apparently not much the worse. AN INTERESTING EXHIBIT.—A number of plaster casts and specimens of turnery and woodwork were exhibited in Mr Young's Stud;o windjw )11 Mon- day, being the work. of the pupils of the County School which is to be sent to the National Eistedd- fod exhibition at Cardiff next week. The works reflect great credit upon the scholars and the technical masters, Mr H. L. Humberstone and Mr R. Edwards. ACCIDENT TO THE ROYAL MAIL.—The Barmouth and Dolgelley mail car met with an accident on Monday when coming in with the local bags. A flock of sheep met the car near Tanyffordd.3 The took fright and the trap was overturned. The two passengers who were in the car at the time, together with the driver, were thrown out on to the road and sustained some injuries. The horse fell down and cut its knees badly. AN ESCAPKD INDIAN PYTHON.—During the stay of Captain Rowlands'a menagerie in this town last batuiday and Monday, a large python snake, measuring about nine feet with a girth at the thickest part of eight and a half inches, managed to escape from a box where it was kept during the night and made for the river. The keeper early on Sunday morning found the reptile missing and followed its trail when it was found dead in the river. Thomas Evans, gardener of Mr Smethurst, Brynmair, went in and fished it out and it is now in his possession. COURT OF ARBITRATIJN.—The case of Finlay v. Greea was heard at the County Hall last Monday and Tuesday before Mr Pollock, the official referee. Mrs Finlay of Aber- gwynant sued Major Green of Aberdovey, late tenant at Abergwynant, for damages and re- pairs to furniture, &c.—Mr J. E. Fox of Croydon appeared for Mrs Finlay and Mr Ralph Bankes ap- peared for Major Green. A sum of JE34 was paid by the defendant in the action on the inventory prepared by Mr Lewis Williams, auctioneer, and further sum of JE15 was paid into Court pending the present hearing. Major Green counterclaimed the sum of £18 for improvements.—The Arbitrator decided that the sum of JE15 would go in favour of Mrs Finlay and found for Major Green for the counterclaim with costs.
PWLLHELI. TKIP.—The Ala-road Sabbath School took their annual trip last Thursday to Madryn Park in road conveyances. INCURSION.—An excursion from Carnarvon arrived at Pwllheli on Tuesday and went on to Llanbedrog. The weather was rather wet and uta- favourable. VISITORS.—There are many more visitors here and in the neighbourhood at present than there has ever been in corresponding periods in previous years. SUCCESS.—Mr Ellis J. Williams of Rhydyclafdy has won a scholarship of £20 and a merit grant of £10 in the examination held at Bala College recently. ST. PETER'S CHURCH.—A collection amounting to ft5 Os 4d was made at this place towards the fund for the benefit of those who are bereaved through the recent boating fatality. COLLECTION.—-A collection has been made in the town this week towards the fund being raised for, the benefit of those who have been bereaved through the boating accident of July 1st. We understand that a substantial amount has been collected. OBITUARY.—Mr R. T. Jones, farmer, Brynhynog, died last Saturday at his residence after a long illness. He leaves a wife and four children to mourn his loss. Deceased was the son of the late Rev Thomas Jones, Tabor, Pentrefelin, near Pbrt- madoc. The funeral took place on Tuesday at Tabor, the family burial place. BOATING DISASTER. — The body of JJalmnie Hughes, who was drowned on Saturday week in the terrible boating disaster which took place here, was recovered on Saturday evening on the Abererch beach opposite the Railway Station by a man servant fro.n Broom Hall. The body, which was much mutilated, was brought to the town where arrangements had been made for its reception. The body was taken to Llanberis on Monday for inter- ment. Printed and Published by J. Gibson, Cambrian News Office, Terrace Road, Aberystwyth^ f Saturday, July 15th, 1899.
(Continued from Page .5). QUEEN STREET 3, Mrs Davies— Mr D Griffiths, Penygraig Mr and Mrs M Thomas, Rhymney Messrs Arthur Perkins and D S Thomas, do Misses Howells and A t Thomas, do Miss Annie Jane Berjamin, Lon- don 8, Mrs James— Mra Baldwin, Rhymney, Mrs Jones, do 10, Miss Jenkins— Mr and Mrs Keens, London 12, Mrs Jones— Mr and Mrs Gordon Paterson, Glasgow, Scot- land 14, Miss Owen— Mr Allen, Miss Allen, Birmingham Mr and Mrs Hanley, do I 27, Mrs Jones— Mrs Lea and daughter, Mrs Savage, Mrs Mann, Miss Fry, Astm. Birmingham Mrs Caka and baby, Miss Izod, Birmingham POWELL STREET 5, Wilbury House, Mrs Parry- Mrs Harper, Mrs Thomas, Mrs Mills, Presteign 6, Miss Lewis— Mrs and Miss Jones, LJangeitho Wilbnrv House, Mrs Parry— Rev W, Mrs, and Miss Powell, Wayland, Pem- broke Miss Birch, Mrs Willis and baby, Bir- mingham GEORGE STREET Newry House, Mrs Lloyd— Mrs and Master Jack Phillips, Wandsworth, London Mrs Thomas and baby, Waltham Green: Miss Thomas, do Mrs Davies, Miss Phillips, Battersea, London Miss Search, do Mr Jones, London Mrs and Miss Hughes, Croydon, do Mr Evans, Mr Walker, Rhay- ader 5, Mrs Owen— Mrs, Miss and Master Wooley, Chester Mr H Edwards, Oswestry Mr Plumb, Machynlleth 6, Mrs Evans— Misses M and R Wallington, Birmingham 8, Mrs Jones— Miss Lycett, Miss E and Mr Lycett, Walsall; Mr Rice, Birmingham 9, Mrs D Jones— Mr, Mrs, Miss, and Master Adams, Spark- brook, Birmingham Mr and Mrs and Misses Walker, do Richmond House, Mrs Thomas- Miss Boulton Miss Hill, Mrs Lee, Leominster; Mrs Boulton, do Mr Richards and son, Aber- crave, Swansea Mr Lewis, do NORTHGATE STREET Coopers Hotel, Mrs Morgan— Mr Hearn, London Miss Ellston. London Mr and Mrs CarriDgton, Wolverhampton 11, Miss V Hughes— Miss Richards, Llanfyllin GOGERDDAN COTTAGES 6, Mrs W Jones— Mr, Mrs. and Master W Sutherland, Mrs and Miss M Calcott, Mrs Bates, Coventry TRINITY PLACE 6, Mrs Edwards- Superintendent J W Jones, Anglesey Mr and Mrs Sibley, Masters Reginald and Percy Sibley, and Miss Ethel Sibley, Wiilesden Junction, London TRINITY SQUARE Sunny Bank, Mrs Edwards— Mr and Mrs Shaw and family, Smethwick TRINITY ROAD Harcourt House, Mrs Lloyd- Mrs and Master Clews, Birmingham Mrs and Miss M A Moss, Small Heath, Birmingham Mrs K and J Jones, London Mr and Mrs Rees, Dowlais, Masters Joseph and Percy Rees, Misses Mabel and Violet Rees, do POPLAR ROAD Myrtle Cottage, Miss Lewis— Mr, Mrs, and Miss Turner, Mr Chandler, Aston, do Miss Harding, Handsworth, Bir- mingham STANLEY TERRACE Melbourne House, Mrs Captain Evans— Miss Lloyd, Lampeter Mr Abbun, do Mr and Mrs Cosnell of Birmingham MILL STREET 28, Mrs Jones— Mr, Mrs, and Misses Noble, Newport; Messrs Beech, Birmingham Plough Inn, Mrs Jones— Mr Lloyd, Dowlais; Mr Jones, Swansea SMITHFIELD ROAD Wye Villa, Mrs MilIs- Messrs T Lloyd, J Davies, E Lloyd, and Edward LLoyd, Rhayader Bronwen House, Mrs Hughes— Mr and Mrs Hughes, Misses Gwennie, Elsie, and Master Clifford Hughes, Miss Cross, Cardiff Miss Griffiths, Carmarthen Mr Arter, Berth: Messrs Scott and Davies, Aberayaon THESPIAN STREET 15, Mrs Rees— Llewelyn Davies, Thomas Davies, Henry Davies, Hanaah Davies, Cwmaman 34, Mrs Thistle- Mr Harlow, London Mr Jones, Barmouth Mansfield, Mrs Griffiths- Mr a.nd Mrs George Tonks, Gravelly Hill, Bir mirgham: Mr Thomas Watkin, Pentre; Mr and Mrs Griffiths, Lavton Fedw House, Miss Phillips— MrThomas Jones, Abertillery, Mon: Mr Thomas Phillips, do CUSTOM HOUSE STREET 3, Mrs Hughes— Mr, Mrs, and Master Gough, Wolverhampton Mrs Edwards, Miss Hughes, London