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LAMPTER. I CYCLING —The Cycling Club had a run to Llan- ] wnen Bridge last Friday. There was a good muster )f members including two ladies. GOLF.—The monthly contest of the Golf Club took place on Saturday, when the gold medal was won by Mr J. S. Jones, Uplands. TEMPERANCE.—A meeting under the auspicel ot the local branch of the Church ot England Temper- ance Society was held on Monday evening at the Lower Schoolroom. There was a good attendance. Archdeacon Lewis and the Rev J. P. Buckley, vicar of Llandaff, gave addresses. AGRICULTURAL.—Mr Evan Evans, Maesmynach and Llechwedd-deri Farms, on the Castle Hill Estate, aced as one of the judges of black cattle at the Royal Show at Maidstone last week. Mr Evans is a well-known breeder of black cattle and a large prize-taker at local shows. THUNDERSTORM.—The thunderstorm which had been threatening all day on Tuesday passed over the town on Wednesday. There wefe vivid flashes of sheej lightning followed by loud claps of thunder from about quarter past one until two o clock. FARM OFFERED FOR SALE.—Last Friday Mr S. Davies, auctioneer, offered for 8&le the freehold farm Pentreca.on U chaf, Cellan, consisting of )8 acres, 3 roods, and 13 perches of pasture and arable land in addition to the buildings. The property was withdrawn at JE350. Mr. Daniel Watkins acted as solicitor to the vendor. BUTTER FACTORY PROPOSAL.—It is feared that the proposal to budd a butter factory in the town, which atone time appeared to meet with favour all round and was likely to be carried out, is falling through. In fact, it is said that the movemeut ib already dead. A meeting of the promoters was called for Friday to consider the situation, but owing to the small attendance nothing definite was done, the meeting being adjourned for a week. WATERWORKS.—A committee meeting of the Town Council was held on Wedneoday evening week for the pj pose of considering the amendea draft agreement piopofced to be entered into between the Couucil and Mr Harford and the trustees of the Falcondale Esta.te for the sale of the site of springs at Capelli, from which it is intended obtaining an additional supply of water to the town. Alderman D. Tivy Jones presided and there were also present, Alderman John Jones, Councillors S. Von Da/ies, Joseph Davies, Wm. Davies, J. J. Davies, S. Davies Jones, David Davies (Queen's Arms), and Evan Davie^, with Mr David Lloyd, clerk.—After a long discussion, the Clerk was instructed to engross the agreement ready for signature by the members of the Council and Mr Harford and the trustees. CBITUARY.—The death took place (laet week o f f j Jane Davies, daughter of Mr David D.wie-1, Station-terrace, at the age of seventeen. Deceased, who had a long illness, was attended by Dr Griffiths. Miss Davies, although young, had made many friends who received the news of her death with great sorrow. Great sympathy is felt with the family. Up to the time of her illness she was engaged as pupil teacher at the St Peterwell Girls' School. She was remarkably successful in all her examinations, holding in the majority of them a high place. She was a member of the St Peters Church Sunday School and of the Church choir. The funeral, which took place yesterday (Thursday), was largely at- tended. Amongst the large number of wreaths received was one sent by the members of the Church choir. A beautiful wreath was also re- ceived from the pupils of Peterwell School. CYCLE RACE.—On Monday, Harford-square was c.-owded with people who came to witness the ltart and conclusion of a cycle race between Mr JAMET Bridgwater, Myrddai House, and Mr Evan Owen Thomas, Glasgow House. The race had been well advertised and people bad come from all over the distrct. The course was from Harford-square to Llanybyther and back to the starting point, a dis- tance of twelve miles. Amid a scene of great excitement, the young men started, one proceeding towards Llanybyther along the Cardiganshire road and the other along the Carmarthenshire road. The competitors passed each other at Crosshands, Llanybyther, Eridgwater having thus gained slightly on his opponent. Thirty-six minutes after the time he started, Bridgwater arrived at Harford- square amid tremendous cheering and Thomas came in minuses later. Thomas declared that his machine had got ou of order on the way and that he had to adjust it near Cefnbryn Farm. He thought under the circumstances that he was entitled to try conclusions once more. It is under- stood that the race will be run over again, Bridgwater having generously accepted the challenge of Thomas. APPO^TMENT.—The Rev Ebenezei Lloyd, senior curate of St Paul's Church, Llanelly, son-in-law of Mr and Mrs Davies, Maesydderwen, Lampeter, has bpen offered and accepted the position of assistant diocesan missioner under the Rev Camber Wil- liams. Mr Lloyd is one of the most popular clergymen who has ever been at Llanelly and has done excellent work there. He has also been ap- pointed organising secretary of the St David's Diocesan Branch of the Church of England Tem- perance Sojiety and wi'l take up his dutisB simul- taneously with his work as assistant missioner in the diocese. He will take up his residence at Car- marthen. Air Lloyd's many friends in Lamppter and district received the news of his preferment with great pleasure and they feel convinced that he will make a maik in his new position. COLLEGE APPOINTMENT.—A meeting of the Council of St. David's College wai held at the College Hall on Wednesday last to appoint a suc- cessor to the Rev R. Camber Williams as theo- logical lecturer, the rev. gentleman Having recently been appointed canon missioner for the diocese of S. David's. The Lord Bishop of St. David's pre- sided and there was a full muster of the Council men present. There were many applications re- ceived and the appointment wa3 given to the Rev O. Harris, B. D., Oxon, curate of St. Mary's, Haggerston, London. The lecturer-elect won the Wadham College open scholarship in 1883, first- class clasical moderations 1835, secoDd-cla'3s Lit. Hum. 1887, M.A. 1890, B.D. 1S98, and in 189091 was headmaster's assistant at the Ripon Gram II.ar School, curate of Kingley, Staffs, 1891-4, and curate of St. Mary's, Haggerston, London, E., 1894-9. He is the author of "The position of the Laity in the Primitive Church which has a preface by the Bishop of Stepney. His application was supported by testimonials from the Rev Canon Keating, the Rev P. A. Wright Henderson, M.A., sub-warden and tutor of Wadham College, Oxford Mr Richards, M.A., fellow and tutor of Wad- ham; Mr J. Wells, M.A., fellow and tutor of Wadham the late Lord Bishop of Bedford the Rev H. E. Beech, M.A., rector of Kingsley; the Rev S. Bus?, LL. D., rector of St. Anne and St. Agnes, City the Rev E. R. Ford, M.A., Stepney the former Lord Bishop of Bangor; the Rev E. Tyrrell Green, M.A., Lampeter, and the Rev W. Y. Fausseth, M.A., headmaster of Ripon Grammar School. From all the testimonials it would appear that the rev. gentleman is especi- ally suited for the post. PETTY SESSIONS, FRIDAY, JUNE 23RD.—Be- fore John Fowden, Esq., in the chair D. Tivy Jones, Esq., mayor, and the Rev T. C. Edmunds. Charges of Obstruction: Admission goes jor Nought.—The two obstruction cases adjourned from the last Court were dealt with by the Bench. The decision of the Bench practically gives per- mission to the tradespeople to obstruct the high- ways in future without interference by the police. The cases, which were brought forward as tests, were those in which Samuel Davies-Jones, the Emporium, Lampeter. ironmonger, was charged by D.C.C. Williams with having obstructed the free passage of the highway at High-street, Lampeter, by allowing two mowing machines and a quantity of iron netting to remain thereon for an unreason- able time on May 17th and Walter Davies, Lon- don House, draper, was charged with obstructing the free passage of the highway at Harford-square by placing three empty boxes thereon for an un- reasonable time on May 23rd.—Mr Daniel Watkins, solicitor, Lampeter, appeared for Walter Davies and Samuel Davies-Jones appeared in per- son.—Deputy Chief Constable Williams said the case against Davies had been gone into at the last Court when Mr Watkins admitted that a technical offence had been commuted.—The Chairman We adjourned the case at the last Court to see what was the feeling of the Town Council in the matter.—D.C.C. Williams But we are not proceeding under the Towns Police Clauses Act We are not acting under the advice o* the Town Council 10 these particular cases.-The Chairman But we should have an expression of their opinion before we do anything definite. What do vou consIder, to be an obstruction ?-D.C.C. Williams That which interferes with the free passage of the highway in any way.-Mr D. Tivy Jones Mr Watkins admits a technical offence.— Mr W atins Yes, and yet I do not think it wise to be stringent unless a certain amount of incon- venienoe is caused to pedestrians.—The Rev T. C. Edmunds: Yes, exactly.-D.C.C. Williams: The public has a right to the whole of the highway. The question to be decided is as to whether an onence within the meaning of the Act has been com- mitted. Mr atkins admits a technical offence.— Mr Watkins explained that his client had only left the boxes outside his shop for a few hours. The boxes arrived by train on fair day aD u ernployeea were so busy that they could not then remove them out of the way.—D.C.C Williams: It was not fair day. The boxes were left on the highway from eleven a.m. until eight p.m. That is an unreasonable time. I may say however that Mr Walter Davies has not repeated the offence since the summons was served; out Air S. Davies-Jones is repeating the offence laily.—The Chairman It is a very awkward matter for the magistrates to deal with this luestion. We might injure the tradesmen. They have no place whence they can remove these goods, hence they are left in the street.—D.C.C. Williams But they leave them on the street as a kind of ihow. If you say there is nothing wrong in it then we are powerless.—The Chairman: Perhaps we lad better adjourn again.—Mr D. Tivy Jones did lot see the good ot adjourning the cases. If an >ffence was proved, the course of the Bench was slear.—Mr Watkins asked why should the police j ake proceedings against two tradesmen more than i^ainLt who put up sLndinfSs on fan- days, ind who actually paid half-a-crown or so to persona (Vho occupied the houses opposite for the privilege. — Replying to further questions by the Zlhairrnan- D.C.C. Williams sj/id uhe cases aroirdit forward were test cases. After they had been dea't with by the Bench, the police would know exactly how to proceed. Except in the of Air Daviev,Jones 10 had the mach'nes in front of his premises that day, all the other tradesmen Iud taken heed of the warning given them, the streets clear for pedestrians.—Air Watkins emphasized the fact that his client would have re- moved the boxes early in the day had ha not been so busy attending to people w ho cameto tl e fair.— D.C.C. Williams Mr Watkins is misinformed it was not fair day, and I if the boxe3 were on the highway on fair days, the offence would be pjgravated. — Mr Watkins Perhaps it was a clearance sale. I know there was something which made them bu; y.—The Chairman s idhe Bench should know the feeling of the Council in the matter.—Deputy Chief Constable Williams If you dismibs these ca£s, you take the ground entirely from under our feet.—Mr Watkins I may say that persons have no right to t-ke boxes from their premises and place them on the highway. But there is an excuse in a case where boxes are brought from the Station aud allowed by the busy tradesman to remain outside the door for some time. This wai the cale with my client.—The Chairman That is to s-ay, the tradesmen ought to be allowed to keep boxes or articles outside premises fur a reasonable time. — D C.C. Williams i I do not admit that the tradespeople have alight to place boxes outside their premises at all. If an accident occurred as the result of these boxes and machines obstructing the thoroughfare, the shop- keepers would be amenable.—The Rev T. C. Edmunds said it was difficult for the shopkeepers to find a place to remove these boxes to during the day time.—D.C.C. VVilliams The highway authorities are not supposed lo provide accommoda- tion for them.—The Chairman: If we fine them and compel them not to do it harm wouli be done the tradespeople.—Mr D. Tivy Jones But we must administer the law. We are here for that purpose. —P.S. Thomas Except in the case of Mr Davies- Jones, all the tradespeople have discontinued obstructing the streets.—In a conversation with his brother magistrates, the Chairman was heard to say that he would certainly not fine defendants, afterward adding that the Town Councd did nob enforce the provisions of the Alarket Act.—Ulti- mately he announced that the Bencn had agreed to dismiss the case against Walter Davies. evidence in regard to which was given at the last Court.— Evidence was then given by P.S. Thomas in the case against Samuel Davies Jone3. He said there were two mowing machines partly on the pave- ment and partly on the roa.d and eleven pieces of wire nettinginthe channpl. Defendant told him that he was not going to discontinue the offence —De- fandant, addressing the Bench, a'3ked why did not the police take pioceedings against the persons who placed their carti on the highway ? On the day of the gymanfa ganu there were twenty-one convey- ances before the Royal Oak and fifteen between the Bush and the Crown. Why should the shop- keepers not have the privilege of placing boxes and articles in front of their shops ? Machin. sand other articles had been placed before the Emporium long before his time and hedid not see why they should be stopped.—The Bench, having deliberated, also dismissed the case against Daviei Jones.—D.C.C. Williams asked if the Hench would give their reasons for dismissing the caws ?—Mr Tivy Jones (sarcastically) Judgment has been given. I think it is best not to give reasons. (Laughter.) — The Chairman: We dismiss the cases.—D.C.C. Williams But the facts are not disputed.—The Chairman I think there ought to be a full bench of magistrates to go into cases ot this sort.—D.C.C. Williams It is nothing to me, personally.—Thfi Chairman There ought to be a full bcuch. Maintenance.—Orders by consent were made on the application of Mr David Evans, relieving officer, against Rees Lloyd, Pimlico, London, for Is Richard Lloyd. Castell, Llanwenog. for Is and Henry Davies, Tyrwaen, Llanfihangel Rhosy- corn, la 6d. FATA.. ACCIDENT AT DERRY ORMOND. On Monday afternoon about three, a boy named William Hup-hes, aged ten, son of Mr John Hughes, Maesyfelin, Derry Ormond, met with his death as the result of a fa" from a cart. A man named David Davies, who is in the employ of Mr W. Inglis Jones, Derry Ormond, was driving a cart along the ruad leading from Pond to the Coedpark Quarry when three boys jumped into the vehicle. Their entry in the cart seemed to have frightened the horse which instantly bolted. One of he boys, when lie saw that the horse was about to bolt. jumped to the ground and D.vid Davies, the driver, who was sitting on the shaft, also sprang to the ground with the object of holding the animal back. The two boys were forced to remain in the cart and before Davies was able to bring the horse to a standstill, it had brought the cart to the edge of the road. Half a minute later, the horse and cart fell into the gap between the road and the hedge, gap3 of this nature being common in country roads. Both boys were thrown into the gully, the botLom of which was sev- eral feet iromthe road. The driver lan forward to the assistance of the boys. One of them immed- iately got up having escaped without injury, but the other boy, William Hughes, lay on the ground groaning. The noise occasioned by the upsetting of the cart drew the attention of Hughes's father who wai at work in the quarry a few yards away. He picked up his son and sp ike to him. The tilJor boy groaned as if in great pain, but dii not speak a word, and about forty minutes after the accident had taken place he died. Dr J. Rees Evans, who had been sent for, arrived soon after. The inquest was held at Maesfelinfach on day afternoon by Dr Abel Evans, coroner. Mr Samuel Davies, Coedpark was the foreman of the jury.—Evidence was given by David Davies, Penlangoetre, the driver, who said he was going to the quarry for some stones. As soon as the boys jumped into the cart the burse, became restive, with the result that it ran itself and cart over the hedge. He found the two boys lying side by side after they had been pitched out of the cart. When he came up one of them, William Evan: Goetrefach, got up uninjured. He could not account for the death of the boy Hughes. He presumed that he fell on his head. The horse was generally very quiet and he had not seen it run away before.—Evidence was also given by John Hughes, deceased's father.—The jury returned a verdict of accidental death as the result of a fall.—Th's is the third fatal accident which has occurred in this neighbourhood within the past two years.
ABERYSTWYTH. MARINE TKRRACE I Cambria HoteJ- Mr E M Mdon, Mr W Moron, Ir J Hough, Birmingham; Rev ami Mr- Adau.s Mr and Mra Way, Chester Mr aId Mrs Langdale, Surbiton, Surrey; Mr W P Hopkins, Leaming- ton; Mr F Rushton, London Rock House, Mrs Harry Llnyd- Mr and Mrs Davies and ma.;ri, Llanelly Mrs D»vies, Ruabon Mrs Morgan, Llauidloes Mr Evans, London Mr and Mrs Jordan, family and maid. Keni; worth Mr and Mrs Jones and family, Llanelly 3, Penrock House, Mrs Jenkins— Mr, Mrs, and Master F Kent, Handsworth, Bir- mingham; Mrs ludge, Mrs Evans, Knighton; Mrs Hands 4, Oxford House, Mrs Ro*hnds— Mrs Cotterell and family, Yatton Miss Mac- gregor, Edgbaston 5, Osborne House, Miss Morgan — Miss and Miss Georgina Tearne Rev T B and Mis Williams, two children and governess, St Paul's Vicarage, Llandy 6, Miss Cole Mrs Shepherd, Miss Bardsley, Cheadle, Cheshire; Mrs G Jones, Aberearne Mr and Miss M Judd, Newbridge; Mr and Mrs Evan?, Black- wood Miss Morgan, Mus London 7, Miss Jones— Capt and Mrs Jenks, Hyde Park, London Mr Lloyd Hughes,Alltllwyd, L'anrhystyd; Mrs Hosking, Wolverhampton L Stuart, PockliugtOD; Mrs Watkins, Glasbury-on-Wye; Mrs Powell Williams, do; Mr and Mrs Owen. family and maid, Shrewsbury Mrs and Mi. MKee, Alsager 8, Mrs Davies— Mr and Mrs Nickolls, Tuck Hill, Bridgnorth Mr and Mrs J E Nickolls, Staverlev, do Mr and Mrs Blakemore and family, Edgbaston Mr and Mrs A W Sargeant, Cardiff 9, Mra Williams- The Misses Parr, Leamington, Spa Mr. Mrs, and Misses Hilt's. Meole Brace, Shrewsbury Rev Mr and Mrs Lee, Miss Morland and maid, Berthen Rectory Major and Mrs Bonsall, Miss Bonsall aud maid, Galltyllan 10, Mra Jones— Mr and Miss Short, Miss Brgstock. Llan. llwch Vicarage Mr and Mrs Roger Jeffrevss Mrs Baile, Miss Owen, Llandovery Mrs Gordon and Misses Gordon, Bridgnorth Rev and Mrs Marsden and family, Llanllwch Vic. arage. 11— Principal and Mrs Prys, family and nurses, Trevecca Mr and Mrs Watkins, Green Hill, Crickhowell Mrs Watkins, Noyadd, do Mrs Walker and rraid, Wolverhampton Mrs Dr Owen,baby and nurse. Llandovery Miss Barbara Ellen Tearne, Presteigne, Rad- norshire 13, Avondale House, Mrs Owen OwelJ- Mrs Armstrong, Newcas Ie. on Tyne Mrs Price and family. Abergavenny Miss Hutching Erdington,| Birmingham Mr and Mrs J W Barnes, Chester Mr and Mrs Smallpiece and party, Gilford, Surrey Mra Clayton, Mr Henry Clayton, Mr Gny Clayton, Dawlty, Salop 16, Garfield House, Mrs Edward Jones— Mr. Mrs, and Misses Yardley, Stourbridge 18. Miss Newell— Mr, Mrs, and Master Alec Sale, Handsworth Miss Rollason, do; Mr S Hill, Miss Hill, Handsworth, Birmingham Miss Jones, do Mrs Dogood, do 19, Miss Lloyd- Mr and Mrs White and family, Moseley, Bir mingham Mrs and Miss Fitter, Olton, do Misses Annie and Ada Venn, do Belle Vue Hotel, H Palmer- Mrs Sharville, Liverpool Mr and Mrs Pratt, do; Mrs McClnre, do Mr Tulloeh, London Mr Hughes, Mr Hayes, Mr Walker, Mr Green, Mr Hopcroft. Birmingham; Mr Marcus Robert-, London; Mr Morgan, Ruabon Mr Charnside, Birmingham Mr Grant, Liverpool; Mr. Mrs, and Miss Binns, The Oaklands, Walsall Mrs Stevens, London Dr Fredinick, Hereford Capt J Parry; Mr Owen; Mr Jon Cardiff; Mr Gough, Oswestry Dr Gibbon, Carmarthen Mr and Mrs Lennox. Wolver- hampton Dr aud Miss Youner, London 24 Mrs Kenrick- Mr and Mrs Coulson, Mister Coulson, Moaeley, Birmingham; Mr and Mrs Lorsdale and family,' Miss Weatherley, Clapham, London Mr and Mrs Nasch, Bishoptou, Bristol Waterloo Hotel- I Mr and Mrs Owen, Builth; Mr J H Yeariley, London Mrs Aubrey L'oyd, Cowbndge Mi-s Lloyd, Rhayader Mr, Mrs, and Aliss Thomp- son, Sheffield Mrs Naylor and Miss Hirst, Southport B Davies, Plymouth IMr, Mrs, and Misses Bostock, Crewe Mr Bost<?ck, I jun, do Mr and Airs Lever, Mr Lever jup. Bolton, Lanes Mr and Mrs raliexin K. New York, USA; Mrs Hodgkiss, Harbo. e Birmingham Mr H B Austey, do Messrs I Tomley, Montgomtry Rev T Evans, Henllys, Llandovery Captain Jenkins and patty, Aber- aj J'I Mrs and Miss Clarke, Leicester Mr Melleyne, Birmingham Mr E Dallow, Grap- penhall Messrs Lewis, Plumridge, Bowell, Foster, Clarke, and Fox 30, Claremont, Mrs Ankers— MissesCrosswaith, Fairtield, (Liverpool; Mr ai 1 Mrs Maxwell Smith, Wrexham Mr a ul Mrs Neville, family and nurse, Tamworth Mrs Klliot and friend, Hereford Rev T L and Mrs Parker, flarrcgate 31, Mr David PhilIips- Mr, MrsT W, and Miss Dora Gamble, Leicester; Mrs Davies, Moseley Miss E Cjoper, South Wigstun; Mr and Mra R D Bromley and family, Shrewsbury 33, Gloucester House, Mrs Roberts— Mr and Mrs Lund, Manchester Mrs Lloyd. Mrs and Miss Parton, Highley, Bridgnorth Mr and Mrs L Stephenson, Newohurch, nr Manchester Mr and Mrs R Heap, Clough- fold, do Mrs Auday and family, Olton, Warwickshire 34, Windsor House, Mrs Aston— Mr and Mrs Cooper, Bilston Messrs J E Critchley and Neininger, Gloucester Mr and Mrs Bennett, Wolverhampton Mr and Mrs Badger and family. Shrewsbury Mrs and Miss Wroe, Mrs Calom, Miss Carter, Oldham; Misses (2) Carter, Mrs Farnum, Stoke-on- Trent Messrs Davies, B Lindsay, W Holder, J Evans, W Hutchins, D W Ellis, Shrewsbury 35, Brynymor House, Misses Nelson— Mrs Weaver, Ludlow Mr and Mrs Lloyd, baby and nurse, Welshpool; Mr and Mrs Bond and family, Welshpool; Mrs and Miss Fidler, Stockport; Mrs and Miss Blakeway, do Miss Cheetham, do; Mr and Mrs Turford and family, Ludlow Mr, Mrs, Miss, and Master Lucas, Bootle, Liverpool No Address— Miss Christian, Birkdale Mrs A Frisky, do 39, Glyndwr House, Miss Gritfiths- Mrs and Miss Groves, Ironbridge Mrs Slaney, Mrs Retchford, Oakengates Airs and Miss Hotchkiss, Craven Arms 40, Mrs Pierce— Mr, Mrs, and Miss Steel and family, Barnard Castle Misses Jebb, Ellesmtre; Misses Jones, Wollerton, Shropshire Miss Lee, Wolverhampton; Mr Albrecht, Manchester 41, Clarence House. Mrs C J Brown— Mra Bustard, Ellesmere, Salop Mrs Trueman. do Mr and Mrs Gordon-James, London 42, Mise J onec- Mrs Ashmore and Miss Sibley, Leamington Spa Mr and Mrs Charles Glanville, Abingdon Mrs Tollington, St Ma.ry Bourne. Hants Mrs Haynes, Warwick Mr Burrell, Handsworth Mr and Mrs Adcock and child, Amblecote, Staff 43, Picton House, Miss Osmotherley— Mr and Mrs Parker and family, Handsworth, Birmingham; Miss Bradford, Birmingham; Mrs and Miss Sprague, Kington Miss Ward, Roby, nr Liverpool 44, MLl Jone*;— Mr and Mrs Payne Evans, Mrs Deane, Llan- stephan, Radnorshire Mrs C T Edwards. Biford Court, Hereford Rev S and Mrs Vincent, Sheffield 47, Chatham House, Mra J L Jones- Mrs Griffiths, Air and Miss Griffiths, Wylde Green, Birmingham Mrs, and Master Walker, and Miss Foster Carter, Frankford Rectory, Rugby Miss and Misses K and E Roylanc'e, Macclesfield Misses H and A Gas- kell, do 48, Marlborough House, Mrs Bevan- Mr J Roylance, Miss Owen, Mrs Lawton and family, Mrs and Miss Anderton, Mr Percy Wright, Mr and Mrs Salt, baby and nurse, Macclesfield 49, Mrs H Humphreys— Mr, Mrs, and Miss Earle, Hereford Mr, Mrs, and Miss Gough, Shrewsbury 50, Miss James— Miss Wood and Miss Simpson, Hereford Mrs Morton, Birmingham Mrs Cave, family and maids, do Miss Smith, do 51, Norfolk House, Mrs Gathercole- Mr and Mrs Baker, Misses (2) Baker, Hands- worth, Birmingham Mr and Mrs Briant, Misses (2) Briant, Bilston, Staffs; Mr and Mrs Kinsman and daughter, Manchester 53, Miss Watkins— Misses Parr, Hereford Aliss Farr and Miss Bridgewater, Leominster Mr and Mrs MacBride and family, Edgbaston, Birmingham 4 Mr and Mrs Wainwright and family, Knighton 54, Stafford House, Miss Bevan— Mr G H Wi'son, and Miss Wilson, Mrs Wilson, Derby Mr and Mrs Andenon, family and maid, Bewd'ey Air and Mrs Cotterill, Miss and Master Cotterill, Longton. Staff 55, Penbryn House, Mrs Rice Williams— Mrs Eiward Jackson. Miss Marshall, Leaming- ton Spa 57. Airs Alorgans— Air and Mrs J E Leah, Bournemouth Air ar d Mra Smith, Dudley Mr3 and Miss Mathews, Swansea QS, Idiis House, Miss Nicklin— Mrs and Alisi Terry, Birmingham Mr and Mrs Terry, and Aliss Terry, do Mies pranand Miss Wdliams, Shrewsbury Mr and Mrs Lew's Jones, family and maid, L!yswen, Brecon 59, Alss James— Mas Ashton and maid, Southpor; Mrs Evam and Miss Farmer, Pantybeudy, Carmarthen Mr and Mrs Tergy, Mr, Mrs, and Mast2r Pilkington, Alks Smith, Eirmingham 60, S-ndringham House, Mrs Burton— Air and Mrs George Smith and family, Hanley, Sta £ s 61, Miss J Jones— Mr Mrs, Miss, and Misses F and E Bcebee, Sale, near Alanchester; Miss and Miss A E Robinson, Air and Mrs R S Robinson and family, London, Staff; Rev Rand Mrs Hurst, Alacclesfield 62, Alks Brownson— Mrs Breese, Jachyulleth; Miss Howsun, Long- ton, Staff; Professor E Anwyl the Misses Parr, Leamington Spa Alra Ware, Mhs Hughes, Lozells, Birmingham 64. York House, Miss Nelson— Mrs AlarJnee, Wiuchfield Mrs Fidler, Cam- forth Mr, Airs, and Master Fiddian, Birming- ham; "liss AIcTurk, Mrs Gowley, Alanchescer; Mis Ball and baby, Lozells Miss and Master Round, Birmingham Clifton House, Mrs Stockwell- Mrs Avery, Miss Edwards, Alanches er; Mr and Mrs Jones, Wolverhampton; Mr and Mrs Street and con, Sheffield; Mrs and Miss Osborne, Birmingham Mr and Mrs Sheenp, Staffordshire ALBERT PLACE 1, Dumbarton House, Mrs Humphreys— Mr and Mrs Saunders, London Mr and Mrs Bamford, Mrs Jarvice and family, Misses Davies, Llanidloes; Mr and Mrs Gittins, Surrey, London 3, Broughton House. Mrs Lewis— Mr and Mrs and Miss Dora Evans, Eirmingham Mr, Mrs, and Master Green, Smethwick, do Mr and Mrs Thompson and family, Bil- "'nfi 4, Mrs VviL .j.ms— Mrs Greenwood. Oldham Mra and Master G Brierley, do Miss Evans, Dowlais Queen's Hotel, Mr W H Palmer— Air, Mrs, Miss Alasefield, Ledbury. Mr Evans, Llandovery Nurse Conway, Mr and Mrs Knighton Oliphant and maid, Pertlnhire Mr, Mrs, and Mi:s Aldridge, Leicester Messrs Richardson and Williams, Beddgelert; Mr Howarth, Bowdon, Cheshire Mr and Mrs Jones, Melbourne; Rev and Aim Norris, Shrewsbury Mr Baillie, do Air H Smith, Salop; Archdeacon Wynne Jones, Mr J Howard Gwyther, London the Rt. Rev Dr Lloyd, Bishop of Bangor Misses and Mr R F Lloyd and servants, Bangor; Mr H E Berthon, Oxford; Mr Kirkland, Liverpool; Mr Cooper, Derby Mrs R'sdon, Mrs Rimer, Cheshire VICTORIA TERRACE 3, Ocean View, Mrs W H Kensi- Mrs Riordon, Walsall; Mrs and Miss Penning- ton, Hereford Mrs and Miss Evans, Corwen Mr and Miss Hill, Burton-on-Trent; Rev, Mrs, and Miss Dunscomb, Ledbury Plynlymon Eoarding Establishment, Mrs Hall— Mr and Mrs Craven, Osweatry; Nurse Kay, do Mr, Airs, and Miss Clarke, Messrs George and Heury Taylor, Birmingham; Mrs M'C-rfchy, St Leonards Mrs Dowdeswell. Mis Oakley, West Bromwich Mr and Mrs Willis. Miss Senior, Leamington Mrs Donald, Miss Knight, Hereford; Miss Field, Redhill, Surrey Mr and Mrs A E Coucher, Kidder- rnin3er; Miss Evans, St Austin's, Warrington; Rev T H and Mrs Sharpe and family 6, Trafalgar House, Mr R Felix- Air and Mrs R H Nield, Misses M and P Nield and nurse, Sockport; Mr and Mrs Norcliffe, Peel Causeway, Cheshire Mr and Mrs Head, family and nurse, Congleton Erighton Bouse, Mrs J Williams.— Rev and Mrs Wilkes, family and nurse, Derby, West Smethwick, Birmingham Miss Bailey, Mrs Ache, Mrs Elkin, Mrs Hathaway, Wolver- hampton Mdli Dupriss, MiL 1 E and Masters Montie and Harold Drew, Oswestry Mr and Mrs Cluley and family, WilIenhall; Misses Hi'lyar Chapman, Maalle Leibundgut and nurses, Killhendre, Ellesmere Radford House, Miss Lear— Mr and Mr3 Waberton Lee, family and maid, Whitchurch Mr and Mrs Taylor, fan.ily and maid, Bolton Ie Moors Air and Mrs Hancock, family and maid, Longton, Staffs 10, Lenton House, Aliss Allen— Air, Mrs, and Miss G Medd, Moseley, Birming- ham Mrs and Miss Mason, Birmingham; Mr and Mrs Eyton, Major and Mrs Shaw, Leamington; Miss Timms, Mrs Hands and son, Aloseley, Birmingham Air and Mrs London, l.. Cliff View Boarding Establishment, Mrs Edgar Aiwood— Mr and Mrs Mitchell, Misses Sealey and Alat- thewo, and Miss E Alatthews Air Dowler, Miss Brady and sister Mrs Hilton Misses Evans and Day Mrs and Miss Dutton Miss Warrell; Mr and MisTomlins Mrs and Miss Frazer Mr, Mrs, and Miss Bird and maid Mr Walker and brothers Messrs Thompson aid Humphreys Mr T H Purden Oswalds, Aliases Sabine— Dr and Mrs Green, Miss Green, Sutton Cold- field; Miss Green, Welshpool; Rev G Wright, Sutton Coldfield Misses Johnston, lathew, and Edwards, Sutton Coldfield Misses Bunt- ing, Rowley Park, Stafford Alisa Denman, London Mr W H Sabtfne, Derby PENMAESGLAS ROAD 18, Mrs Thoma3- Mrs Hoff aud family, Hereford Mrs Hatchings and family, do 20, Mrs H Da vies- Rev James Davies. Nantygragen, Pencader Mr D Jones, Newcastle Emlyn 26. Ina House, Miss J one3- Mr, Alis, and Miss Thompson, Alanchester Mr Hall, Misses Hall (2), Alanchester Mr and Mrs J Hall, Misses Hall (2), do PENGLAIS ROAD 7, Mrs Griffitha- Mr and Misses Daisy and Nelly White, Bristol CORPORATION STREET 12, Bryngwalia, Mrs Williams— Mr, Mrs, and Miss Presswell, Swansea; Mrs and Miss E Thompson, Mr Rowlands, Rhay- ader NEW STREET 16, Mrs Davies- Mr and Mrs Fox, Birmingham Mr and Mrs Jones, Brompton LAURA PLACE. 2, Miss Jones— Mrs Lloyd Evans and family, Warwick POWELL STREET 5, Wilbury House, Mrs Parry— Mrs Harper, Mrs Thomas, Mrs Mills, Presteign 7, Mrs Davies- Mr and Mrs Leonard, Machen, near Newport Bryngwyn House, Mrs Benbow— Mr Percy Jones, Air Jones, London MILL STREET Plough Inn, Mrs Jones— Mr Lloyd, Dowlais; Mr Jones, Swansea 14 and 16, Mrs Herbert— Mr Roach, Mr Brown; Stafford Mrs Tomsor, Shrewsbury CHALYBEATE STREET Mrs Humphreys— Air Jenkins, Liverpool Mr Henry, Kidder- minster Mr and Mrs Kilvington, Coventry 9, Trefor House, Miss E J ones- Rev and Mrs R E Williams and family, Cefn- mawr, Ruabon; Mr and Mrs Williams, Builth; Mrs Pritchard, Treharris 11, Star Temperance Hotel, Mr T S Pryce— Miss S C Evans-Boycott, Pontesbury, Salop; Miss S A Gittins, Wern, Pool Quay, near Welshpool 16, Mrs Coilins- Mrs and Miss A Parry, Welshpool; Mr a.nd Mrs S Owen, Crewe Mr Jones, Mr J and Master A Harris, Wolverhampton 31, Mrs Edwards— Mr and Mrs Nevett, Broseley Mrs Davies, Pencader; Mr and Mrs Humphreys and child, Birmingham; Mr and Mra Skeldon and two children, Great Bridge, Tipton Aeron House, Mrs Ellis— Mrs and Miss Chilton, Birmingham BATH STREET Mona House, Mrs J oces- Miss Dodd, Miss Chatham, Wrexham Mrs Young, Newport, Mon; Mrs and Miss Williams, Machen, do Jadogan House, Mrs W Jones— Birmingham Mr and Miss Lloyd, Miss Chappell, Miss Rhodes, Doncaster, TERRACE ROAD 7, Mrs Warrington— Mrs aad Miss Thomas, Ystrad Master Tommy and Dick Bennett, do Mrs Edgehill, Miss Edgehill, Birmingham Mr and Mrs Redfern, do 16, Mrs Jenkins— Mrs Coopers, Mrs Silversage, West Bromwich Vhite Horse Hotel, Mrs Rea— Mr and Mrs Frank Jones, Stroud Mr and Mrs Phillip, Newtown Mr Phillips do Mr Tur- ley, Birmingham Mr and Mrs Brace, Shrews- bury Air Long, Birmingham 0, Mrs ClapperSon— Mr and Mrs Hewin, Harborne, Birmingham CLIFF TERRACE 6, Miss Baker— Air, Mrs, Miss Maud, and Master C Kingsley Bell, Leytonstone, London; Mr. Mrs, and Miss Ratcliffe, Kendal, Westmor'and Messrs H W Ratcliffe and W H Thomson, do; Miss Martin, Witherslack, Grange-over-Sauds Alydon, Mrs Ashmall— Air Harvey Williams, BA, Mr H F Gutch, Redditch Mr, Mrs, and Master George Howell and maid, Great Alalvern Mr and Mrs Hampton, baby and maid, Stepping Hill, S'uockp^rt Master Jones, Chiltoo, Oswestry Mr and Mrs H Inckley, Liverpool Stejnton, Mrs Bowen— Mr H A Reece, Ha-penden Air H Foskett, Victoria Park, London Mr J Johnson, Harpenden Misses Wildblood, Moore, and M Wildblood, Birmingham Air and Mrs Gibion, Wylde Geeen, do Heathdene, Mrs A Seargeant— Mrs and Mr S A Gothard, Alcester Mr and Mrs Ghonger, Edgbaston, Birmingham Deerhur:it. Mrs Phillips— Mr and Mrs Taylor and family, Handsworth, Birmingham CONSTITUTION HILL Gwyn-y-don, Miss C Lee— Mrs and Miss BeUon, Wem, Shropshire Air E Wheeler, Hitchin, Herts Mrs, Master K, and Mr Wilson, Manchester; Mr P Lee, Wem BRYNYMOR ROAD Eleanor Villa, Miss Wa'ker— The Misses Dallow, Lea-road, Wolverhampton Mrs Cowley, Broseley Rosaiio, Miss Nock — Rev John Dunbar and family, Ra3hcJiffe Vicar- age, Huddersfield; MitsesDean, do Mrs Henry— Mrs Ovell and baby, Canterbury, Kent Air and Mrs Bullock, Miss Sumner, Stockport BRYNYMOR TERRACE 5, Mrs J D Ellis- Mr and Mrs Johnson, Alanchester QUEEN'S ROAD 12. Mrs Davies— Mr and Mrs Jones, Crewe, Mr and Mrs W B Meller, do Mr and Mrs Wheatley, Llanbryn- mair 14, Glanayron House, Mrs M Jones— Mr and Mrs Hunt, Miss Ethel Hunt, Mr George Huut, Birmingham Mr Catternach, Pembroke Dock 22, Mrs Thompson— Mr and Mrs Woodbridge and family, Selby Park, Birmingham Mr and Mrs Williamson and baby, Urmstoo, Manchester Holborne House, Mrs Thackham— Air and Mrs Forsyth, Oxton, Birkenhead Boar s Head HotEl, Mrs William Evans— Mrs Domillan, Master Jack Domillin, Master Jim Domilan, Walsall Miss Grace Hooper, do Miss Lowe, Rugeley Mrs Justice, Miss Mollie Justice, Miss Dollie Justice, Wolver- hampton Mr Lowe, Willenhall; Mr Alfred Holdeu, Walsall Mr Howard Russell do, QUEEN'S SQUARE Lurline House, Mrs Fear— Mr and Mrs Chapman, family and nurse, Bir- mingham Mr Betney, do Air and Master A Brook, London Mr and Mrs Ford, Bir- mingham PORTLAND STREET 2, Pengaer, Mis James- Mrs Evans, Llandovery; Miss Florence James, Llandilo 3, Mrs Paghe- Mr and Mrs Correll, Sale, Cheshire 5, Clytha House, Mrs Culliford— Mrs Gibbons and children. Bradford; Mrs Ban- ford, child and maid, Mrs Cane, Newtown 7, Glasfryn, Mrs Captain Davies— Miss Davies and maid, Hereford Mrs and Miss Daulby, Ludlow; Mr and Mrs Millward, SparkhiU, Birmingham 14, Primrose House, Mrs Jonel- Messrs C and D Humphreys, Llanfair; Mr Beaman, Miss Jones, Manchester 21, Mrs Bateman— Air and Mrs Jones. Bristol 26, Elian Vannin, Mrs Morris— Mr and Mrs Davies, Maesyrhelem, Dr Newtown; Misses Burbidge. Birmingham 28, Ystwyth House, Mrs Williams— Mrs Alec Calder, C. rdiff; Aliss Frost, Hull; MIss Nash, Miss Q.uiz<\ London; Miss Johnson and friend, Sutton Coldueld; Mrs Turner and child, Shrewsbury 38, Miss James— Mrs Curnock, Walsall 39, Airs Jones— Mr and Mrs Edwards, Ruabon 42, Mrs Mary Jones— Mrs and Miss Whittington, Miss Thomas, Dinas 49, Mrs Jones— Miss Smith, Liverpool; Miss Biggs, Brentwood Mrs and Master Hughes, Oswestry 50, Aliss Williams- J Jones and family, Penybont, Radnorshire 54, Mrs A Cook— Mr and Airs Ettwell, Balsall Heath. Birming- ham; Mrs Prinn, Mrs UlhIe, ùo; Miss George and party, Leamington Herald House, Mrs M Hughes— Miss Lock, London Mr and Mrs Westwood, Air aid Mrs Evans and family, Birmingham LOVEDEN ROAD 4, Mrs C Jones— Miss Barton, Birmingham; Mr and Mrs Arnold, Swansea Miss Collette, do C-ron Villa, Mrs Nightingale— Air and Mrs Puxley, London Mr Sheppard, do Mr, Mrs, and Miss Lord, Birmingham Mr, Mrs, and Aliss Franklin, do: Mr, Mrs, and Miss Broadbear, do; Mr J H Williams, Alachynlleth NORTH ROAD Tyssil Villa, Mrs J Williams- Miss Spencer, B A, London Bank Cottage, Mrs Morgan— Mr, Mrs, and Miss L Macguire, Birmingham Grove House, Mrs Roberts- Mrs Larkin and family, London Mr Kel'y, Nottingham Mr, Mrs, and Master C Lever, Halifax TREFOR ROAD Hillside Villa, Mrs Rcharclson- Mr and Mrs Rickhers, Wolverbampton. Estrick Brae, Frances Jones— Misses A and M Reynolds, Presteigne Air and Mrs J H Teare, \varrington TRINITY ROAD Harcourt House, Mrs Lloyd— Air, Mrs, and MIs May Sweet, Dowlais Mrs and Master Clews, Birmingham Mr and Mrs Baldwick, Heywood, Manchester TRINITY PLACE 6, Mrs Edwards— Air and Mrs White and family, London Mrs Davies. Llangammarch; Mr J W Jones, Angle- sey Miss Jenkins, London NORTHGATE STREET 14, Airs Short— Mr and Mrs Turner and baby, Smethwick, Bir- mingham 11, Mits Virtue Hughe1- Mr and Maiters and Joe Green, Wet Bromwich Mr and Mrs Jones, Llanfylbn Mr and Mrs Hopwood, Miss N Hopwood, Oldbam GOGERDDAN COTTAGES 6, Mrs W Jones— Misses Leonard, Perry Barr, Birmingham SOUTH MARINE TERRACE Sea Cliff, Mrs Briscoe— Mr, Mra G, and Miss Walker, Manchester Glanydon, Micses KniJht- Mr, Mrs, a'1d Misses Willway, Clifton, Bristol S do; Rev Mr and Mrs Jennings, family and maid, Dublin; Rev Mr and Mra Elderick and family, Moseley, Birmingham Avondale, Mrs Murless— Mr and Mrs S J Ell's, baby and maid, Wrex- ham Mi&s Lloyd Jones, Alold 4, Mrs Simcox— Mr John Whitridge Woodall, Mr Bowdler Shrewsbury GIan-y-Werydd, Mrs VilIiams- Misses Stnbbs, Ross, Herefordshire 9, Morawel Mrs E K Thompson— Mrs and Mns Venables, Beach House, Welling- ton; Master Jack Lewis Venables, ditto Mi9 E Thomas, Hadley Miss Parkes, Ed(1 baston Mrs and Miss Marchant, Shifnal, Salop; Mrs Smith, Sheriffhales Miss White- house Bridgetown Miss Espley, Wellington; TO T^188 F°x> Bilston; Mrs Eldrins, St Georges 12, Brynarfor, Airs Morgan— Mr and Mrs Cotton, Birmingham Mr and Mrs Peel, do BAKER STREET Peris House, Mrs A Potts— Mrs and Miss L Evans, Mrs Davies, Miss Brayne. Newtown Dolaugwyn, Mrs Jones— Mr and Mrs Banks, Mrs Withers, Birmingham Hyfrydle, Mrs Evans- Mr and Mrs Morgan, Hereford BRIDGE STREET 29, gra. House, Mrs Wehlisch— Miss Robinson, Shrewsbury Miss and Master o a'te, Birmingham Mr Johnson, Nantwich ^ro D&wel, Mra L Bearne— Mr and Mrs Davies, Birmingham; Mr and Mrs Davies, Derby Messrs R Francis and J Harding, Benfleet, Essex Air J Mitchel, Woodlands, Thundersley, Essex 39, Rheidol House, Mrs E Williams— Mr and Mrs Harrison, Liscard Mr Loveridge, London Mr M D Williams, Mr Steer, Builth Wells Old Black Lion Hotel, Mrs E. Lewis— Mr VV Badely, Stoke-on-Trent; Mrs Morris, Treorky Mr Davies, Llanafan Mr Jones, Leicester Mr Lloyd, Newport; Mr Wooland, Manchester Nag's Head, Mrs EvaDs- Mr Owens, Llangeitho Mrs and Miss Felix, Tregaron Mrs Jones, Mrs Evans, Carmarthen: Mr Pilot, Newtown 42, Mrs Gobert- Mr, Mrs, and Miss Turner, Waterloo; Mr Davies, Llandilo; lr, Mrs, and Master Billing- ton, Lozells Mr T G Jones, London 44, Mrs Stepenson— Mrs Brinsford and family, Birmingham; Mr Newton, London Crugiau House, Mrs D Evans- Mr Brooks, Birmingham Mr Bull, Nottingham Messrs Levridge and Sidney, Birmingham Hotel Westminster Private Hotel, L G Parry- Mr Sidney Atkinson, Cardiff; Misses Pughe, Rees, Roberts, and Jones, Machynlleth Mr Adneph, Birmingham Mr Pole, do; Mr M Knapp, Canton, London The Old Bank. Miss Samuel— Mrs Powell, Boughrood Castle Mrs Lloyd, Erwood Mr and Mrs Dando, Cardiff; Misses E and E Parry, Ffroodvale, Llandilo; Misses (2) Evans, Misses (2) Jones, Pencader Mr G Evans, Bettws-y-Coed Mrs Jones- Mrs Timmins, Newcastle-under-Lyne, Staffs Miss Lea, Andlem; Cheshire 53, Peosnett House, Airs Lewis- Mr and Mrs Ashcroft, Waterloo 55, Mrs Davies— Mrs and Mies Williams, Byrgwmbach Miss H Davis, Llanpumsaint Mr T Griffith, Conwyl; Mr D Evans, Cirmart NORTH PARADE 7, Mrs Williams— Mr and Mrs T W Leedham, West Bromwich Mr J Slater, do Mrs S Robinson, Hands- worth 23, Mrs Lumley- Mr and Mrs Stokes and Son, Wrexham Mr and d iMrs E G Taylor, Newport, Mon 24, Mrs John Putts- Miss Jones, London Mrs Evan", Mrs Morgans, Mr and Mrs Howarth, M.anche3ter Mr AlcDonald, Birmingham Mr Anderson, do 28, Haulfan, Mrs Williams- Mrs and Miss Wones, Mrs Mantell, West Brom- wich Mrs and Mies Glover, Surbiton Mr and Airs Mitchell, Wolverhampton 29, Mrs Lumley Jones— Aliases Law ton and Potter, Timperley, Cheshire 30, Manteg, Mrs James- Mr and Mrs Williams and family, Mr Williams and nurse, Birmingham 32- Mrs Vaughan, Misses Ray and Parker, Welsh- pool Miss Powell, Leighton Mrs Parker, Welshpool 37, Miss Davies— Mr and Mrs Evans, Coseley, Bilston I 40, Mrs Williams- Mrs and Miss Evans, Dolgelley 41, Mrs Owens- Mr and Mrs Drury, London 42, Mrs C Hughes- Mr and Mrs Jellie, Miss Josland, London 43, Miss Morgan- Miss Halstead and Master Moore, Rochdale, Lane Mrs Harrison, Market Harborough 44, Mrs James— Miss and Mr H Howse, Bath Mr D R DAvies, London 59, Mrs Griffiths- Misses Jones, Welshpool Mr and Mrs Roberts, Denbigh Air John Hugh James, Miss M. James, Llanfihangel Belgravia House, Miss Morgan- Mr-Alex M Joyce, family and mvds, Oxon Misses Steele (4), Crewe Mrs Mills, Mrs W Mills and bby, Mrs Harriman, Wolverhamp- ton Buckingham House, Mrs J Evans- Miss Cooke, Miss Smith, Mis Neale, Mr and Miss Markland, Birminorhain Mr W Tyler, Mr and Mrs H Tyler, Mies Tyler, M-a K Tyler, Albs H Tyler, Miss E. Tyler, Sheffield Walton House, Mrs Cole- Mr and Mrs Griffiths, Bristol Arlington House, Miss Daviet- Mr Cephus Froggatt, Miss and MissC Froggalt, Mr and Mrs Cephus Froggato, junior, and daughter, Stockport; Master Lincoln, Hyde Rev and Mrs Richards, family and maid, Bbenau Festiniog Mr and Mrs a-id Master Field, London St Anthony's Misses Coekbill- Mrs and Miss Scott, Bath Misses Plant, Brewood Mrs and Miss Da.viep, Wellington Mei3rs Ha'tord, Bradley 67, Mrs Rees Edwards- Mr and Mrs Warden and family, Kings Nor- ton Dr Rees, London CAMBRIAN PLACE 4, Glyndwr House, Aire Hughes— Misses Owen, Birmingham Mrs Hopkins and child, do; Mrs and Miss Docker, Small Heath; Mr Overs, Birmingham Misses Pitt and Drew Moseley 5, Victor House, Mrs Jenkins- Messrs Davies Neath Miss Corbett Loudon Miss Jones, L'anidloes Mr Thomas, Aber- dare Cambrian House, Mrs D Jones- Mr and Mrs Davies, baby and nurse, Lampeter Mr Davies, Mr Price, Carmarthen Lerry House, Mrs Oliver— Mr Edwards, London UNION STREET 1, Miss Morris— Mr and Mrs Langley, Misses Elsie a Dorris Langley, Messrs Charles and George Langley, West Bromwich 2, Mrs Rowlands- Mr and Mrs James Phillipi, Haverfordwest, S Wales Mr Frank James, Walsall 3, Eastwood House, Mrs D Edwards- Mr H W Parker, Poplar, London Mr B R Parker, Camden Town, do Mr, Mrs, Miss, and Master Edeson, Bridgnorth Miss- Ede-,or), Chester Mr J D Jenkins, Kin-'sland, London Miss Jones, Builth Wells Dyssyni House, Mrs Edwards- Mr W J Williams, Dowlais Mr J Davies, Llan- elly Mr Danorzall Holloway, London Mrs Levens, Manchester THESPIAN STREET Fox Vaults, Mrs Jones- Air E Morris, Tylorstown; Mr Roderick Jonei, Tonystrad GRAYS INN ROAD 10, Mr Davies— Messrs Jenkins and D Mason, Tredegar gftQUEEN STREET 5, Nlrs T Lewis- Mr Davies, Alieses Davis and McGregor, Birming- ham 27, Mrs Jones- Misses Armstsong, Aston, Birmingham; Mr and Airs Perrott, Newbridge 29, Mrs Thomas — Mr and Mrs Hinchley, West Bromwich'; Mr and Mrs Heart, Welshpool GREAT DARKGATE STREET Brynawel, Misses Holland— Miss Meads, London Mr H A Stanley, Leo- minster; Mr Sidney Morgan, Swansea; Mr and Miss Miles, Liverpool Mr Mason, Edg- baston; Air Hardy, Birmingham Mr A Grigg and p-irty, Oldbury CAMBRIAN STREET 45, Mrs Evans- Mr and Mrs Joshua and two sons, Llanllwni RAILWAY TERRACE 5, Mrs Jone3- Mr and Mrs Phillips and child, Newtown Camfield House, Mrs Bell- Mr Price, Gloucester 18, Mrs Hutchings- Mrs Orr and family, Mr Rogers, Rbyl 1 Mrs Fvang- Mr and Mrs Withers, Birmingham Glan Gwili House, Mrs Griffiths- Mr and Mrs Cartwright, Birmingham Sunny Side, Mrs Thomas— Master D Emmanuel, Master Thomas J Morris, Garnant Mr, Mrs, and Miss Hutton, Miin and Miss L Berridge, Moseley, Birmingham ST MICHAEL'S PLACE 3, Mrs Lloyd- Mrs and Miss Ferrington, Ironbridge Misses Hughes (2), Birmingham; Miss Alorris, Mrs Williams, Oswestry Sea and Castle View, Mrs Humphreys- Mr and Mrs H J Jenkins, Mr. Mrs, and Mas- ter H Treglown, Stoke-on-Trent; Miss Jennie Thomas, Montgomery POPLAR ROW Myrtle Cottage, Miss Lewis- Mr and Miss L Williams, Lozells, Birmingham Mr, Mrs, and Miss Turner, Mr Chandler, Aston, do Miss Harding, Handsworth, Bir- mingham PRINCESS STREET 3, Mrs Davies- Mrs Morris, Shrewsbury 14, Mrs J E Jones- Mr, Mrs, and Miss Bassett, Miss E Bassett, Misses Griffiths (2), Wolverhampton SEA VIEW PLACE 3, Stoney Croft, Miss Keeling— Mr B and Miss G Stringer, Fairfield, Liverpool; Air Ivor Thomas, Glanaman Mr H Thomas, Llandilo Messrs Morgan, Carmarthen 4, Castle Cottage, Miss Doughton— Mr and Mrs C Jones, Waterloo, Liverpool Mrs R Jones, Wolverhampton Bodarfor, Mrs H Hughes- Mr J J Thomas, Ponterwyd Mr J R Jones, Ciliau Aeron, Aberayron 9, Mrs Thomas- Mr and Miss Lewis, Walsall 13, Miss Jones- Mr F C Pattin, Wolverhampton KING STREET 5, Mrs Hughes- Miss Talyors, Birmingham Air and Mrs Mor- gan, London Castle House, Mrs Evans- Mrs and Miss A Griffith, Miss Dyas, Miss, Fletcher, Madeley, Salop Mr R A Daniell Little Park, Falmouth PIER STREET Mr Cotton- Mr and Mrs T S Gleaves, niece and family Parkgate, nr Flint Mrs Freath, daughter and baby, Mrs Brittain, Wolverhampton 28, Mrs Watkins— Mr Fishingrod, Exeter Mr Phillips, Mr and Mrs Odd and family, London 34, Miss PhiUips— Miss Phillips, Haverfordwest Miss J Lloyd, do Gwalia Temperance Hotel, Mrs Harcourt- Mr Taylor, Birmingham Mr Shepherd, Shef- field Mrs T and Master C Harcourt, Old- bury Mr Trentield, Stratford 38, Mrs E Jame- Mr and Mrs White, London; Mr and Master Harold Richards, Birmingham Mr and Mrs Harper and family, Dudley LlrTLE DARK JATE STREET Bryn House, Mrs Edwards— Mr and Mrs Pitt, B rmingham Misses Smith, do 4, Mrs PhiUips- Mr and Mrs Young, Tamworth Prince Albert Hotel, Mr Parrish- Miss Field, Fetcham Park, Surrey Mr Evans, Lampeter 29, Burleigh House, Mrs Finch- Mr and Mrs Hopkins, Lunglow; Mr and Mrs Owen, Llandrindod Hall Mrs Davies, Rowley, Presieign Miss Lewis, Evanheble; Mrs and Miss Edward, Rowley, Mrs Kinsley, Presteign 32, Mrs J Jenkihs— Mr and Mrs C Daniels, Birmingham Mr Grif- fiths, Llandudoch, Cardigan Air Jones, do Miss Jenkins, London GEORGE STREET Newry House, Mrs LJoyà- Mrs and Master Jack Phillips, Wandsworth, London Misses James, Putney, do Misses Jones, Borough, Mr Jones, do Mr Stanley, Brisiol Mr Willis, Liverpool Mr Hughes, Mold; Mrs Llewellyn, Nantgarw, nr Ponty- pridd Mrs and Miss Thomas 9, Mrs D Jones— Mrs and Miss Adams, Sparkbrook, Birmingham CUSTOM HOUSE STREET 3, Mrs Hughe3- Mr, Mrs, and Master E Garratt, Derby; Mr Mclntyre, do J Mrs Hall- Mr and Mrs Aykroyd, Castle, Bridge, Man- chester 0 6, Mrs Humphreys— Mi*VVMlia™8' T9hirbury 5 Mr, Mrs, and Aliss II dare °mS' poo'|; Mr T Williams, Aber- dare I), M rs Edwards- Mrs and Miss Williams, Porth; Misses Mathia-a and Packer Fairbourne House, Mrs Roberts- Mr and Mrs Randall and baby, Mrs Watts, Mr and Mrs Houghton, Birmingham Glenhuutly House, Mrs Williams— Mrs Williamp, Talgarth, Breconshire Miss F and Mr J C Hill, Llowes, Radnorshire Messrs T Warner and D Jones, Rhayader Mrg Jenkins, Llangwyryfon Mrs and Miss Stree., Mr Thomas and family, Birmingham Shipwright Arms, Mrs Owen- Mr Durrant, London CASTLE TERRACE 2, Mrs G Bearne— Mr William*, Miss Heath. BirmiBgham; Miss Dawkins, Mr Btore, Stafford 3, Miss Dalton- Mr and Mrs Eastwood, Leicester 4, Mrs A Davies- Mr Smith, Birmingham Miss Page, Aston, Bot- terell; Misses C Bradley, H Bradley, and N Bradley, Avdon, Craven Arms Mr and Mrs Home, Church Stretton, Mr Allen Bennce and p-rty (4), Baschurch,nr Shrewsbury 6, Mrs Edwards— Mrs Long Price, Rev and Mrs J Long Price, L'andilo Tanycastell, Mrs Hancock- Misses Rowse, Bushey, Herts; Mrs Raynard, Miss Acton, Wrexham SOUTH ROAD Pen Dinas View, Mrs Jones- Mr and Miss Wilson 8, Mrs Botwood- Mr and Mrs Birkins, Small Heath, Birmingham 11, Mrs Giles- Mr Ocfavius Davies, Mr Nathaniel Davies, B' .ck- wood Brynffosydd, Mrs Roberts — Mr and Mrs Vaughan, Misses B and A Vaughan, Birmingham; Miss Lewis, Chester; Mrs and Miss Heard, Birmingham Harbour View, Mrs John Jones- Mr and Mrs W Williams, West Bromwich 35, Alltwen View, Mrs Jones- Mr and Mrs Britton, Lozells, Birmingham Trem-y-don, Mrs E Joncs- Mr, Mrs, and Miss Richards, Newport, Jloo; Miss Wil1 stead, Mr and Mrs Parker, baby and nurse, Birmingham Mr Jo^es, Oxford Moranedd, Mrs Watkins— Mrs and Miss Lewis, Mrs Cooper and family, Miss Webb, Birmingham Bel!e Isle, Mrs Jones- Mr and Mrs Smallwood, Birmingham Mr Williams, Penygroes PROSPECT STREET 23, Miss Davies- Mr and Mrs, Master Teddy, and Miss E May Taylor, Willenhall HIGH STREET 21, Mrs Hughes- Mr and Mrs Cook, Willenhall Mr u, Bailey, Birmingham; Mr and Mrs Miio." Man- chester 28, Mrs Parry- Mr and Mrs Jones, Master B Jones, Hands- worth, Birmingham Mr and Mrs Alillington, Dudley 33; Mrs Capt. Jones— Mrs Lipscombe, Mrs Wagstaff, Rockley Mr and A A Mrs Wilkes and family, Hanusworth; Mr and Mrs Wright and baby. West Brom- wich Mrs Brinton, do; Miss Clement, Swan- sea VAENOR STREET 10, Mra D Davies- Mr and Mrs and Miss M Jones, Roath, Cardiff EPWORTH TERRACE 1, Mrs Jenkins- Mr and Airs Dawson and family, Handsworth, Mrs Alann and two children, Birmingham; Messrs Fisher, Morriston
YSBYTT1 YSTWYTH. EARLY HAY HARVEST.—Air. Tom Alorgmi, Tyn- pompren, harvested a crop of ryegrass last week, which is considered unusually early an a farm situated Jver 1,200 feet above the level of the sea. The crop was exceptionally fine in appearance and a very heavy one. Beinsr close to the road, scores of passers by luring the past few weeks have entered the field to measure the length of the growth. It was pronounced by everyone as the heaviest ryegrass crop ..en in the whole of Cardiganshire this season. It may be added that no farm in the whole county has undergone such improvements during the last five years as this hill- side farm, where over a dozen tenants have tried their hands during the past thirty years and looked upon it as farming proof." FUNERAL OF MISS MAGGIE A. AIORG^V.—Tbe following is a corrected list of wreaths sen on the occasion of the funeral of Miss Maggie A. Morgan Dr. and Mrs Morgan Brothers and Sisters; Miss Alorgan, Shitnal; Mr and Mrs T. J. Waddingham, Hafod; Master and Miss Thomas, Crickhowell; Mrs and Miss Evans. New-row Misses Williams, Devil's Bridge Miss Price, Tynfron; Rev and Mrs W. J. Williams, Llanafan Mr Hancock and family, Aberystwyth Mr Messer, Black Lion; Mrs and Misses Lloyd, Miners Arms Hotel IMies M. A. Howell, Star Inn, Ysbytty; Mrs Evans, Penlan Mr and Mrs Jenkins, Board School Mrs Misi Owen, Frongoch Mrs James and Mrs fones, London; Mr J. Morgan and Miss Katie Morgan, Tynllwyn Mr and Mrs T H Pugh, Wes- ley-terrace Mr and Mrs D. Morgan, Aberystwyth Messrs Invemizzi and Hess, Frongoch; Mr and Mrs Morgan. Swansea; the staff of Dr Williams's School; the pupils of Dr Williams's School the teachers and scholars of the Ysbytty Board School. OBITUARY.—A unique and prominent figure in this aeisrhbourhood pRSsed away on June 19th, in the person of Mr. Daniel Morgan, Gwarlevel. He was 78 Shears oldjand was a native of Llanfihansrel-y-Cruddyn. He came to this pLice about 53 years ago, as a mechanic, employed by the Lisburne Mines Company, 1ud gradually worked his way up from the bottom to -he top of the ladder. The erection of all the machinery it the Lisburne and Frongoch Mines for a period of ibout 40 years was entrusted to him. He was often sailed away to other places by the director, Mr. John raylor, to look after similar work. He was an )rierinal character-stern, unbending, and outspoken. He treated high and low in the same manner. No could be more respected by his employers than he tvas. He bore an unimpeachable character in every • espect. He was a member of the Calvinistic Aletho- iisc Church at Yspytty and had been a deacon for )ver thirty yet«rs, during which time he took an active ):1r in all matters connected with the Church. He was renowned and unequalled as a Sunday School ;eacher and catecniser. He kept pace with the idvancement of the age and was in many ways quite youthful. He leaves three sons and two daughters to nourn his loss, viz., Air. Daniel Morgan, Alinera, mechanic; Rev. Isaac Morgan, Llangoedmor; Rev. Joseph Morgan, Aberdare; Mrs. Edwards, Rock [louse, Rhydfendigaid and his youngest daughter Iary. The funeral took place cn the following Thurs- iay at Ysbytty Churchyard. The respect in which he vas held was shown by the large concourse of people followed his remains to the grave. At the house ;he Rev. T. Alason Jones officiated, and in the Church md at the grave the funeral service was preached by he Rev. John Jones, vicar, and the the Rev. N. rones, Eglwys Newydd. Printed and Published by J. Gibson, Cumbrian Neivs Office, Terrace Road, Aberystwyth, Tuesday, July 4th, 1899.