TO VISITORS. TO VISITORS. WITHOUT A DOUBT MORTON'S BOOT STORES, KNOWN BY THE NAME OF DICK'S, 12, HIGH STREET, BARMOUTH, Are now complete with the Finest Stock of Boots, Shoes, and Slippers for the Season that it is possible to produce. DICK'S stand pre-eminent in the BOOT and SHOE TRADE for Good Material, Good Workmanship, and Low Prices. Every Department is erammed full with all the Newest things in Leather and with all ,orts of fittings, so that any foot, it matters not its size or shape, can be comfortably and ewily fitted. Every Article is of Excellent Quality and Splendid Value. Repairs Neatly, I'romptly, and Reasonably executed, and with nothing but the Best English Bark-Tanned Leather. Shops in this District: :ABERYSTWYTH, CARDIGAN, LAMPETER, MACHYN- LLETH. DOLGELLEY, BARMOUTH, PWLLHELI. All well stocked with every description of Boots and Shoes. 33 YEARS ESTABLISHED IN ABERYSTWYTH FITTING ROOM FOR LADIES. 14B > ROYE'S SUPERIOR BOARDING HOUSE, BELLE VUE, BARMOUTH. rpHIS HIGH-CLASS Establishment is comfortably arranged to accommodate Ladies, Gentlemen, and Families It occupies the highest and healthiest pat! of the town, which is universally recommended by Medical Men as inter Assort. Tne Dining, Drawing, and Smoking Rooms are all large and airy. South aspect. Every window has an and Mountains. The table is supplied on the most liberal scale, with everything of the best quality and tne general arrange- ments are such as will ensure every comfort to visitors. Two minutes' walk from the Railway Station and kea. Fishing, Boating, Bathing, Lawn Tennis, Golf, and Cricketing in the Neighbourhood. Private Apartments without Board if desired. Town Porter meets all Trains. [1-167-111 Mlsfa ROïE. PATRONISED BY RICHARD NEW ELL, AND H.R.H Jiij|||& PURVEYOR OF MEAT, CENTRAL BUILDINGS, PORTMADOC. THL x .tCl JN 'L OF WALES. BRANCHES—Beach-road, Barmouth 12, High-street, CRICCIETH CENTRAL BUILDINGS, MAES, PWLLHELI and at BLAENAU FESTINIOG. HAVING extensive Cold Rooms enables me to have a constant supply of Prime Beef (Lamb, Veal, and Pork when in season) aDtl the celebrated four-year-old real Welsh Mountain Mutton, bred on the Snowdon an, Cader, and Plyulimon ranges. A constant supply of Home-cured Hams and Bacon. IØT TRY MY CELEBRATED SAUSAGES made by Gardiner's Simplex Silent Sausage Machine, driven by water power, thereby securing perfect cleanliness and thorough Mincing. 103 DR. WILLIAMS' ENDOWED HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, DOLGELLEY. Hea(li)iisti-ess-MISS DIANA THOMAS, B.A. STAJJF :-Miss ANSTEY (Cambridge Teachers' Certificate). Misa TITLEY (Cambridge Teachers' Certificate). Miss JONES (Cambridge Teachers' Certificate). ART -Miss WAGSTAFFE (Royal Drawing Society Teachers' Certificate). Music :-infiss WALTERS, L.R.A.M. Mr M. W. GRIFFITH (Mus. Bac.). DAIRY AND COOKERY WORK Miss HUGHES (DiplomSe S.K. and U.C.W.) HOUSE MISTRESS :—Miss TOOTAL. This School combines a healthy home life with a most efficient education. During the last nine vears 567 successes have been obtained in Public Examinations. The following certificates were eained last year :-Matric. of the University of Wales, 2. Oxford Local: Senior, 8 Junior, Honours, 4; Pass, S; Preliminary, 7. S. Kecsington Science and Art: Botany, elementary, 6, advanced 7 Mathematics, 2 Freehand Drawing, 1st c!ass, 4, 2nd class, 4; Model Drawing, 1st class, 1 2nd class. 6 Light and Shade, 2 Geometry, 4. Royal Drawing Society of Great Britain and Ire- land 81. Associattd Board of the Royal College and Royal Academy of Music Piano, higher divi- sion,' 3, lower 6 Violin, higher division, 2 Singing, higher division, 1 Harmony, higher division, 3, lower, 6. The School Buildings and Recreation Grounds are excellently adapted to secure Health and Comfort, and are in perfect sanitary condition. A detached Sanatorium has recently been built. There is accommodation for 60 Boarders and 40 Day Pupils. Prospectus on application to the Headmistress, or to TTTt,a MR W. R DAVIES, 3 Clerk to the Governors. BEACH ROAD POST OFFICE. D. DA VIES & SONS, HIGH-CLASS CONFECTIONERS, FRUIIERERS, POULTERERS AND FISHMONGERS BARMOUTH I] Cadbury's, Fry'd, Menier, and Rowntree's < Chocolates. Sweets of all kinds. Sole Propiictors of the Bathing Iachines and Baraiouih Steam Laundry. 106 DOLGELLEY D -A- V I E S, HIGH CLASS CONFECTIONER, Criterion Temperance Hotel, DOLGELLEY LUNCHEONS, BREAKFASTS, DINNERS, &c., supplied on the Shortest Notice. Every Accommodation tor Tourists and other Visitors. Terms Moderate. DEALER IN BRITISH and FOREIGN FRUIT. J. & J. GIBSON, PRINTERS Bookbinders, AND Lithographers, TERRACE ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH. Estimates given and samples sent tree on application. BARMOUTH. THE CORS-Y-GEDOL AND MARINE HOTELS AND FREEHOLD LAND Co., LTD. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS, Respectfully inform the Visitors to Barmouth and the public generally that they have opened an oflice for supplying Wines, Spirits, Liqueurs, Ale, Stout (in cask and bottle), Jider, Mineral Waters, tkc, retail at wholesale prices. Office, Cors-y-gedol Hotel, next bbe Hotel entrance. All goods of the best qualities only, which will defy competitior A trial respectfully solicited. SOLE AGENTS FOR— THOS. SALT & Co., LTD., BREWERS, BURTON-ON-TRENT. Awarded Gold Medals for the excellence and purity of their Burton Ales at :— International Health Exhibition, London, 1884. International Exhibition, Liverpool, 1886. International Exhibition, Edinburgh, 1886. Compare prices of these High-Class Ales and Stout with those of other dealers. Cash prices, per. doz. S D :East India Pale Ale or Extra Stout—Reputed Pints 3 3 do. do. —Imperial Half-pints 2 0 [Light Bitter or Dinner Ales-Reputed Pints 2 3 ° do. do. —Imperial Half-pints 1 10 Bottles charged Is per dozen and allowed in full when returned, THE CORS-Y-GEDOL HOTEL. THifi MARINE HOTEL. ST. ANN'S MANSIONS (High-class Boarding House). Tariff on application. BENJAMIN J. ALLSOP, 2-166 Managing Director
GOLDEN LION ROYAL HOTEL. THE COUNTY HOTEL," DOLGELLEY. Under entirely New Management. Decorated anct Re-Furnished throughout. Ladies' Drawing Room, Coffee Room, Billiards, Lawn Tennis. NEW SMOKING LOUNGE. HORSES AND CARRIAGES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. Moantain Guides and Ponies, Lock-up Coach-houses, Loose Boxes, ind Stalls for fifty Horses. TERMS-MODERATE. [1—166—2] For tariff, apply to the Manager. ARTHOG HALL HOTEL, NEAR BARMOUTH. Tjjjg HOTEL is most pleasantly situated, commanding some of the finest MOUNTAIN SCENERY in Wales, and has within its own Grounds (of over 40 acres), the famous ARTHOG WATERFALLS And the Ancient Fort of Craig Bwch. Tickets to view the same can only be obtained at the Hotel. TROUT FISHING in two large Lakes strictly preserved for the enjoyment of visitors staying m the tt T i with use of Boats Sea Fishing, Boating, Bathing, Lawn Tennis, Golf. Hotel, free with u8e of B°.ts. Good mixed rough SHOOTING, over 3,000 acres. Hot and Cold Baths. B Postal Address tt u 'Hh* Arthog Hall Hotel, H°rft STpply- Arth°S. N'W/ HARRY H. HORNBY, Proprietor. 108 ORIELTON HALL, BARMOUTH. Tprp Private Grounds, extending over twenty acres and command the finest views of the Estuary and Cader Idris, are beautifully wooded and sheltered provided with seats and level walks of over two miles. ORIELTON HALL has been newly furnished, decorated, and enlarged. BILLIARD, SMOKING, AND RECREATION ROOMS. HOT AND COLD WATER THROUGHOUT. LARGE DINING HALL, SEPARATE TABLES. 1 Sanitary Arrangements certified perfect. Seven minutes' walk from Station, Church, and Post Ofce. 7 LAWN TENNIS GROUND. For Term,, daily or c„ pennon, and all particulars, appiy,^ Private 'Bus meets all Trains. I LION HOTEL, BARMOUTH. COMMERCIAL, FAMILY, AND POSTING HOUSE. Ordinary daily at 1 o'clock A well-appointed COACH, CHAR-A-BANC, will leave the above Hotel every other day for Dolgelley, Torrent Walk, and Tynygroes Waterfalls. Worthington's Ales and Dublin Stout in Bottles aud Casks. Particulars on application at the Bar. „ n 1-167-10 W. JONES, Proprietor. ARNFIELD'S HOME OF MUSIC FOR MUSIC IN THE HOME, PWLLHELI, DOLGELLEY, BARMOUTH, TOWYN, UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF Mr PYEMONT, Organist and Choir Master, St. John's Church, Barmouth. OUR PRICES ARE BEYOND COMPETITION. OUR INSTRUMENTS GIVE UNIVERSAL SATISFACTION. TaEMosLotiS MUSIC WAREHOUSE LONDON PARCELS DAILY. Apply for the numerous Testimonials from the Gentry, Clergy, Churches, Chap Is, County and Board Schools. The greatest care is taken by personally selecting all PIANOS, HARMONIUMS, and AMERICAN ORGANS, so that a Reliable Instrument may always be depeuded on. Our Instruments are out on hire by all the leading Choirs and Eisteddfodau. MR PYEMONT will be assisted in the Tuning and Repairing by his son, MR W. G. PYEMONT, from Collard and Collard, London. NEW MUSIC AND MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, STRINGS, AND FITTINGS. ALL COMMUNICATIONS AND TELEGRAMS TO- ARNFIELD'S, DOLGELLEY. CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS. THE QUICKEST ROUTE BETWEEN ABERYSTWYTH AND CAMBRIAN COAST AND LONDON, MANCHESTER, LIVERPOOL, CARDIFF, SOUTH WALES AND ALL PARTS OF ENGLAND. ACCELERATED FAST EXPRESS TRAINS DAILY. TRAIN SERVICE FOR JULY, AUGUST, AND SEPTEMBER, 1899. p HI a ill 1 111 a ill » (» 4 ill » ill p 111 p m am amiam'ani; AMI p m D m n m London (Euston) dept. 10 0 5 15 9 30 ,11 0 2 35 Pwllheli (for Nevin). dept. 7 0 9 55 11 15 4 0 (Paddinscton) 6 50 9 30 9 50 2 10 Barmouth „ 8 25 9 5 11 35 12 30 150 5 55 Birmingham (New-street) :11 42 7 20 11 35 12 25 ,3 35 Aberystwyth „ 7 15 8 45 9 35 I-1 5 i* 55 0 15 oi'ie « .« (Snow Hill „ 10 33 6 0 & 30 12 4 12 48 1 40 4 40 Merthyr (B. and M.) arr 2 40 6 29 Leeds (New Station) 9 30 6.0 8 55 10 5 2 10 N wpnrt. Mon 3 35 7 45 Sheffield 9 40 6 0 8 50 9 27 12 48 Cardiff (Rhjtnney) 3 47 7 35 Manchester (London-road) 12 0 8 35 ;10 45 11 50 3 30 (Taff) 4 44 g*24 Llveriiool (Lime-street) 11 55 8 15 110 30 12 10 3 25 Liverpool (Liine-street) .(2 0 5 45 7 25 8 20 S in Cardiff (Taff) 7 50 '10 30 1 15 Manchester (London-road) 2 0 5 35 715 1 (Khymney) 8 35 ;11 20 12 20 Sheffield 4 2 8 IS 49 Newport, Mon •• 8 25 11 10 2 5 Leeds (New Station) 3 37 7 l*? 10 35 k .7 Merthyr (B. and M.) 9 38 12 0 j 2 50 Birmingham (Snow Hill)- „ ;12 15 2 13 5 40! 7 r'oo Aberystwyth arr 6 40 |11 35 2 15 3 35 4 20 5 10 5 30 6 50 9 45 (New-street) 2 30 2 24 7 10 8 °5 8 ^5 '2'i9 Barmouth „ 7 10 11 50 2 36 3 50 4 35 5 55 5 55 7 30 London (Paddin-rton) „ 3 30 5 20 s 45 10 50 10 50 fwllhel'i (for Nevin) Il0 50 2 0 4 20 5 45 5 45 7 25 7 25 9 10 (Euston) „ 3 45 5 15 8 45 10 °5 10 ">5 rj id t ttuns from Auguot 1st to September 9th omy. ~— CHEAP DAY EXCURSIOX TICKETS are issued daily to and from all Stations (including DOLGELLEY and MACHYNLLETH) on the CAMBRIAX COAST; also about THIRTY CHEAP RAIL AND COACH EXCURSIONS to all the MOST BEAUTIFUL and INTERESTING SCENERY on the COAST, including THE LLYFNAXT VALLEY, CORRIS Y 4.LLEY TAT VT T v\r LAKE, BWLCHOERDDRWS PASS, TORRENT WALK. PRECIPICE WALK, BIRD ROCK .and DOLGOCH FALLS CWMBYCHAV T ROMAN STEPS, MOCHRAS ISLAND, BEDDGELERT FOR SNOWDON. ABERGLASLYX PASS, XEYIX, ABERSOCH. TOURIST TICKETS, available for two months, issued thmuehout the ypar from LOXDOX and all principal Stations in England. Scotland and Ireland to ABERYSTWYTH, MACHYNLLETH, BORTH, ABERDOVEY, TOWYX, DOLGELLEY, BARMOUTH, LLANBEDR and PEXSAHX, HARLECH. PORTMADOC, CRICCIETH, PWLLHELI, LLANIDLOES, RHAYADER, BUILTH WELLS, and BRECON. CHEAP WEEK-EXD and TEX or ELEVEN DAYS' TICKETS are issued every Friday and Saturday THROUGHOUT THE YE\R from the Towns in England to the CAMBRIAN WATERING PLACES. rnnciPaI WEEK-EXD TICKETS are issued from LONDON (L. & N.W. and G.W. Go's Stations) evpry Friday or Saturday to ABERYSTWYTH, ARFRTinvpv TOWYN, BARMOUTH, LLANBEDR and PENSARN, HARLECH, PORTMADOC, CRICCIETH, PWLLHELI, and DOLGELLEY, available for return on the following Sunday (where train servics pormits.).. Monday or Tuesday. Every Wednesday during- July, August; and September, CHEAP WEEKLY or FORTNIGHTLY TICKETS are issued from LONDON to the CAMBRIAN COAST and certiin Inland Stations, available to return on the following Monday, Wednesday, Mondav week, or Wednesday week. Tickets at the same Fares are also issued during the same period on every Wednesday to LONDON, available to return following Wednesday or Wednesday week. All information regarding1 Excursion Trains and Tourist Arrangements on the Cambrian Railways may be had on application to Mr W. H. GOUGH Superin tendent of the Line, Oswestry. Oswestry, June, 1899. C. S. DEXXISS. General Manager.