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TALYBONT THE LION HOTEL, T A L Y B O N T FAMILY AND COMMERCIAL. THIS well-known old establishment has been entirely re-built and re-furnished and is now one of the most com -*• fortable Hotels in Wales. The neighbourhood in which this Hotel is situated is very picturesque and is noted for fishing. Gentlemen staying at the above Hotel have the privilege of fishing in Sir PrysePrysei Lakes, the Lerry, and other Rivers. Headquarters for the C.T.C. and Road and Path Proprietress—M.s MORGAN. Postal Address— Railway StalÍon- Telegrams- Talybont, R.S.O., Llanfihangel, MORGAN. Linn Hotfl, Cardiganshire. Cambrian Railways. Talyb nt, rV'lie'nshiro. LTTTATcTK LION, FAMILY AND COMMERCIAL HOTEL, TALYBONT. This old-established and well-kno, ii Hotel i under new management and r<»cjntly re ovated. Parties, Bicyclists, Commercial Gentlemen and Visitors to Taliesin's Grave and Cleltwr ValUy will find every accommodation and a H om; from Home" h, re, and have the privilege of fishiug in the Gogerddan Lakes. Lerry, and other i-iverp. Al< s, Wines, Spin s, and Cignrs of the finest qual ty. POST HORSES AND CONVEYANCES FOR HIRE. Parties met by airangem nt at Llanfiha.<>i>el, Glandovey, and other Statio s. PRO P R lET 0 R-R. D. JENKINS. TERMS—MODERATE. Postal Address-Talyhont, R.S 0.. L;on. Talvi-otit, C-rcliganshire. ABERYSTWYTH E S T ABLISHED 18 5 4. THOMAS, WATCHMAKKll AND JEWJiLLfciK, 18, GREAT DARKGATE STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. THE OLDEST, CHEAPEST, AND BEST ESTABLISHMENT IN THE TOWN. 7 0-M A S- LOOK IN THOMAS'S WINDOW FOR SOUVENIRS OF ABERYSTWYTH. PEBBLE GOODS A SPECIALITY. b6 FOR COLOURED PHOTOGRAPHS, ABERYSTWYTH PARADE, CASTLE, DEVIL'S BRIDGE, VIEW GOODS IN ENDLESS VARIETY, LEATHER v GOODS OF THE NEWEST PATTERNS, FANCY GOODS AND STATIONERY OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS, "CAMBRIAN NEWS" OFFICES, TERRACE ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH. ONCE MORE. WE are once more ready with an ENORMOUS VARIETY OF TOYS, FANCY ARTICLES, PIPES, TOBACCOS, &c. OUR COLLECTION INCLUDES THE BEST, ALL THE BEST, AND NOTHING BUT THE BEST OF THIS SEASON'S GOODS. NOTE THE ADDRESS: J. & L. WARD & Co., ABERYSTWYTH BAZAAR, 8, GREAT DARKGATE STREET. bI5 The only Guide revised every year and brought up-to-date. Over 135 000 Sold. The Prince of Guides"—Welshman. Gossiping Guide to Wales. The best Guide for Sea-side Visitors, Mountaineers, and Pedestrians. The best Guide for Cyclists, Train and Coach, and Archaeologists. The best Guide with the best Maps and the Clearest Directions TRAVELLER'S EDITION, Two Vols in Case 4s. PART I. Southern section of North Wales and Aberystwyth 2s. PART II. Northern section of North Wales 2s. POPULAR EDITION Is. PART I. Southern section of North Wales and Aberystwyth 6d PART II. Northern section of North Wales 6d These Books meet with a large sale throughout the United Kingdom to intending tourists. They may also be had of all Booksellers and at the bookstalls in North Wales, or— WOODALL, IIINSHALL, & Co., 110 Publishers, Oswestry. Jlpitrtmcrtte ISITOR S and COMMERCIAL V Gentlemen will find every modern conveni- ence at the California Hotel, High-street, Towyn. Headquarters C.T.C. Two minutes' walk from Station. 109 Jlpattment5- Marine-parade CLERGYMAN'S daughter receives pay- c ing guests at moderate terms, in pleasant house, facing sea. Cuisine exceptionally good. Perfect sanitation. High references. Proprietress, Oak House, Marine-parade. Church-street. 2CRAIGYDON, within two minutes' walk of 2, the Railway Station, Beach, and Post Office. Large, airy rooms. Excellent sanitary arrange- ments. Comfortable apartments at reasonable terms.—Apply, Mrs W. Jonts. 167-2 BORTHWEN HOUSE.—MagnificentSea Bathing and Sands, Yachting, BoatiDg, Sea and River Fishing, Shooting, Golf; unrivalled Seerrery. The above house is under entirely new management. Moderate terms. -Proprietress, Mrs Captain Evans. 167-3 O CUMBERLAND HOUSBTu^i^tes' hj) walk of Railway Station, Beach, and Post Office. Comfortable Apartments, moderate terms. —Apply, Proprietress. 167-4 The Quay. TUDOR HOUSE.—Apartments with or without Board. Excellent view of the Maw- ddach, Cader Idris, and the Viaduct. Good refer- ences on application.—Proprietress, Mrs Edwards. 1676 BARMOUTH. High-street. TALYDON Private Hotel and Boarding JL House, close to the Marine-parade, Beach, and Railway Station. Terma on application.— Apply, Mrs Owen, Proprietress. 167-1 mi A bermaw-terrace. WYNNSTAY HOUSE. House con^ tains two sitting-rooms and five bedrooms. Excellent view of the Estuary and Cader Idris. Proprietress, Mrs Evans. 167-7 BODLYN HOUSE. Comfortable apart- ments at most reasonable terms. Grand view of the river Mawddach and the Viaduct. Proprietress, Mrs Pugh. 167-8 FURNISHED HOUSE or Apartments at moderate terms. House contains three sitting-rooms and eight bedrooms. Commands an extensive view of Cardigan Bay, the Estuary of the Mawddach, and the Viaduct.-4, Abermaw-ter- race. 167-9 ABERYSTWYTH.—A large, newly-built LODGING HOUSE on the Terrace to be Sold by Private Treaty subject to three years' unexpired lease.—Apply, W. R. Hall, Plynlymon House. 43