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ABERYSTWYTH THE ABERYSTWYTH FOR REAL CLOTHS, WELSH FLANNEL DEPOT, SHAWLS. WELSH FLANNELS, 50 Terrace-road YARNS, AND WOOLLEN DRESSES, JOHN EDWARDS & CO., STOCKINGS, •» GO TO PROPRIETORS. bl5 F7 BENNISON, FISHMONGER AND FRUITERER, LISBUKNE HOUSE, TERRACE ROAD. FRESH FISH DAILY FRESH FISH DAILY C&ught by our own BOAT in the BAY. FRESH SALMON FROM THE TEIFY, SEVERN, AND OTHER RIVERS. ICE always on hand.. HORNER'S CLOTTED CREAM AND CREAM CHEESE. Fruit and Vegetables Fresh Daily. BENNISON'S POSTING STABLES, PORTLAD STREET, .1" .1 r LATE SKATIG RINK. The best-appointed LIVERY AND POSTING STABLES in Aberystwyth. HORSES AND CARRIAGES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION FOR HIRE. Landaus, Victorias, Waggonettes, Phaetons, Dog-carts, Governess Cars, &c., by the day or hour. Orders, which may be left at Lisburne House or the Stables, promptly attended to. b26 THE QUEEN'S HOTEL, ABERYSTWYTH. This Hotel is replete with every modern appliance.and contains Coffee and Dining Rooms, Ladies' Drawing Room, Recreation Room, Library, Billiard, and Smoking Rooms, and about one hundred Bed- rooms. Having a frontage of 150 feet, most of its Pablic and Private Sitting Rooms face the sea and are lighted by electricity. TABLE D'HOTE, 7-30. Boarding terms from 3t guineas per week, or 12s. 6d. per day. W. H. PALMER, Proprietor. BELLE VUE HOTEL, ABERYSTWYTH. ONE OF THE MOST COMFORTABLE FAMILY AND COMMERCIAL HOTELS IN WALES. FACING THE SEA. TABLE D'HOTE, 6-30. Boarding Terms from :2 guineas per week, or 9s. per day. 'Bus meets all trains. Tariff on application to the Manageress. bl2 W. H. PALMER, Proprietor. G-YDE'S STUDIO FOR PHOTOGRAPHIC PORTRAITURE IN EVERY STYLE FROM THE POPULAR MIDGET" TO LIFE SIZE. s: ji;- GYDES VIEWS OF ABERYSTWYTH ALL NEW THIS SEASON, IN ALL SIZES 22 & 24, PIER STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. CHEMIST. FOR PURE DRUGS, ACCURATE DISPENSING, RELIABLE TOILET ARTICLES, MODERATE CHARGES GO TO ROBERT ELLIS, PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMIST, TERRACE ROAD PORI'SSTSTOEEI, ABERYSTWYTH. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF SOUVENIR PERFUMES, FROM Is. TO 10S. 6d. SEE OUR WINDOWS. All business conducted under direct superintendence of Proprietor or Qualified Assistant. bl3 RICHARD SAYCELL & SONS, FISHMONGERS. A*fD POULTERERS, LICENSED DEALETtS IN GAME, TEIFI SALMON AND ICE WAREHOUSE, WARWICK HOUSE, GREAT DARKGATE STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. Fresh Salmon from the Severn, Teifi, Wye, and other Rivers DAILY. Dealer ih Wenham Lake Ice. Sole Agents for PALETHORPE'S ROYAL CAMBRIDGE SAUSAGES. Horner's Clotted Cream and Cream Cheese Daily. Member of the National Sea Fisheries Protection Association. Telegrams — Saycell, Aberystwyth." b8 WILLIAM PROBIN, RELIANCE HOUSE (OPPOSIIE THE MEAT MARKET) & 15, PIER STREET, WORKING WATCHMAKER, LAPIDARY AND JEWELLER. Purchaser of Brilliants, Old Gold and Silver, Modern and Antique Plate. b38 D. PHILLIPS, DEVIL'S BRIDGE, HORSE & CARRIAGE PROPRIETOR, MONK'S CAVE, 2, TERRACE ROAD (Corner of North Parade), PLYNLIMON, and the TERRACE ROAD STABLES. CARADOG FALLS, LLYFNANT VALLEY, iHORSES AJSD CARRIAGES: ABERAYRO^ For Hil'e by Day °r Ho°r' REASONABITE TERMS. PLACES OR INTEREST STRATA FLORIDA, in; THE Apartments— HAFOD. 30, MARINE TERRACE, NEIGHBOURHOOD. Stables—TERRACE ROAD. blO A Full and Correct List of Visitors to CRICCIETH, BARMOUTH, ABERDOVEY, BORTH, and TOWYN Is Published Every TUESDAY in the II "CARDIGAN BAY VISITOR," PFTLCJU ONE PENNY. ABERYSTWYTH HOTEL WESTMINSTER. FIRST CLASS PRIVATE HOTEL, BRIDGE STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. C.T.C. Headquarters Tariff on Application. Proprietor-L. G. PARRY. b34 LION HOTEL AND GOGERDDAN ARMS, GREAT DARKGATE STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. THIS IMPROVED AND NEWLY. FURNISHED HOTEL, centrally situated, affords every accommodation to Visitors. Contains upwards of fifty Bedrooms, spacious Coffee, Commercial, and Dining Rooms, Smoke Room, Billiard Room (two tables), and Large Ball and Banqueting Hall. POSTING I ALL DEPARTMENTS. THE HO-EL OMNIBUS MEETS ALL TRAINS. Estimates given for all kinds of Catering. Taole d'hote, 6-30. b3 RUFUS WILLIAMS, PROPRIETOR (Late Talbot Hotel). 31 MARINE TERRACE, ABER Y STWY Tll-Tlis high-?)ass Ebtablishment is J.:J. £.j 0 comfortably arranged to a-,com- modate Ladies, Geut.euicu, anil Families. It is situated iu tiie ceutre of Promenade. The Dining, Drawing, and Smoke Rooms are all large and airy. Ten large Bedrooms. H. and C. Baths. Carriages leave daily for Devil's Bridge. Rheidol Falls, Talybont, Crosswood, Llanbadarn Church, and other places of interest in the neighbourhood. Bus meets all Trains. Terms moderate. Proprietor—D. PHILLIPS. I FOR PURE DRUGS CHEMICALS, AND JJIGH-CLASS yYTSTONSfNG GO TO E.P.WYNNE QHEMIST, -7- PIER STREET ^BERYSTWYTH. f t,¿: mesa AL fill I A A I LOWEST CASH STORE PRICES. GRIMSBY FISH SUPPLY, SYDNEY CHOUSE, 3, NORTH PARADE, ABERYSTWYTH. M SM~I T H (LATE OF PIER STREET. ESTABLISHED 1868.) Has opened at the above address a FIRST-CLASS FISH, GAME, and POULTRY ESTABLISHMENT, with OYSTER SALOONS ATTACHED. JJressed Crabs a Speciality. Wenham Lake Ice always on hand. Hotels and Institutions Catered for. Telephone No. 13. b25 Iwo W. R. JONES, WATCHMAKER, JEWELLER, &c., os 32, GREAT DARKGATE STREET (OPPt"Set.), ABERYSTWYTH. Articles suitable for Presents in Gold, SILVER, and Stones. bll a" '6- HAIR DRESSING, SHAVING, AND SHAMPOOING SALOONS. FIRST-CLASS HOT AND COLD WATER BATHS. PRIVATEJiOOM FOR LADIES. HAIR BRUSHING BY MACHINERY. 14, PIER STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. 46 ESTABLISHED 1815 ] Q WEN, [ ESTABLISHED 1815 BAKERS AND CONFECTIONERS, 19 & 21, NORTH PARADE. COJSVJSNIKNT -if TEA ROOM} COMMODIOUS BEST WHITE AND BROWN BREAD FRESH DAILY. A large variety of English and French Pastry, Ice,, Tr fles, Jellies. Excellent Currant Cake for School Teas at 4d. Seed, Cur ant, Sultana, and Chtrrv at d tferent prices. TEAS AND OTHER RE'/RKSHMENTS. b7 ')o. ,¡ PIANOFORTES, ORGANS, AND MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS FOR SALE OR HIRE. NEW AND POPULAR MUSIC, SONGS, ETC., AT WHEATLEY & SONS, PIANOFORTE AND GENERAL MUSIO WAREHOUSE, 46, TERRACE ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH. J^YMPH0NI0N> QRAMOPHONE, pHONEON. THE°:J%FA^NDER> BOOKING OFFICE FOR ENTERTAINMENTS, CONCERTS, d-c. TUNING AND REPAIRING. ESTABLISHED 1851. 31b J.. ATERLOOIVATE HE 4' "!lOTEL .& o ar 1 !o:X?o E r l?_U &) ThIne r2f, :i; t' r 0PFUVAT 'i& 3:- 0'- -9J: FIERYSTWYRA.. !.J :=J. !l RECENTLY REFURNISHED. ALL LATEST SANITARY IMPROVEMENTS. HOME COMFORTS. LIBERAL TABLE. MODERATE TARIFF. TABLE D'HOTE, 7 P.M. t9 A. E. & A. MORRIS. 1- ABERYSTWYTH T Y L L W Y D DTTTTTT 3, CHALYBEATE STREET, I Have in Daily a fresh Supply of Milk, Cream, Eggs. Proprietress-Mrs EVANS. 53 fi T. GRIFFITHS, LION TEA WAREHOUSE. NOTED FOR BEST PROVISIONS. OPPOSITE THE LION ROYAL HOTEL. b2- CONNAH AND ROWLAND FOR CYCLES AND MAIL-CARTS t FOR SALE AND HIRE. e All kinds of Accessories. Practical and Experi- enced Repairer of all kinds of Cycles. ADDRESS :— 40 PIER STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. S. BARRY, BOOT AND SHOE STORES, 14, BRIDGE STREET, ABERYSTWYTH, Is now showing a large stock of Summer Goods, Brown Boots, Sand Shoes, and Children's neces- saries. All Orders promptly attended to. b34 KATK WHITE, I 39, TERRACE ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH, Has on Sale a large assortment of old Oak, Dresden, and other old China, large Indian Vases, together I with an extensive selection of Jewellery, Pebbles, 8 and Valuable Curiosities. A visit of inspection to the Show Room is reo spectfully invited. GARNER & SOJNS, 44, 49, and 51. TERRACE ROAD, BAKERS, CONFECTIONERS, BUTCHERS, AND I RESTAURATEURS. All kinds of Bread, Rolls, Buns, Cakes, and Pastry 1 fresh every day. Dinners, Teas, and Luncheons on the shortest notice. Prime Beef, Veal, Welsh Mutton, and Lamb daily at most reasonable prices. Goods delivered to all parts of the town and neighbour- hood- _101 8. OLAPPEKTON, 40, TERRACE ROAI>, ABERYSTWYTH. SOLE AGENT FOR GOSS'S IVORY PORCELAIN. Ornaments and useful articles in great variety suitable for presents from Wales embellished with WELSH ANTIQUITIES, < Arms of Wales, Aberystwyth, and Views. I Glass, China, and Earthenware. All the Newest Toys. Dolls dressed in Welsh and other Costumes SOLE AGENT FOR BAILEY'S PATENT DRAINER TEAPOT, No more tea leaves in the cup. A perfect Teapot. 4b Go TO HOWELL'S < GENERA.L DRAPERY ESTABLISHMENT, 1 GREAT jDARKG ATE STREET, Where you will find a WELSH LOOM weaving, AND THE FINEST SELECTION OF WELSH SHAWLS FLANJNELS, &0., ON THE WELSH COAST.. — —————————————————————— < ALL REQUISITES FOR CYCLING, TENNIS, GOLF, CROQUET, AEP FISHING.. HUGHES AND OWEN, SADDLERS, GREAT DARKGATE STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. j All kindeof PORTMANTEAUS, Gladstone Bags, etc. REPAIRS DONE. b27: D. EVANS, WATCHMAKER. JEWELLER, ETC., < 39, GREAT DARKGATE ST. j (Opposite the Lion Royal Hotel), J Invites attention to his CHOICE STOCK of < Jewellery, Silver Plate (suitable for presentations). < Specialities—Pebbles and Precious Stones in Onyx, Cornelian, Moss, Agates, Gold Stone, Crystals, Satin Stone, Moonstone, Topas, Amethyst, Opudian, Opals, &3., &c. 21 ( T. EVANS & CO., TERRACE ROAD. FRESH BUTTER NEW LAID EGGS DAILY. HAMS. BACON. CHEDDAR CHESHIRE ] ■ CHEESE. b19 { FOR PURE COKFECTIONERY IN ALL 1 VARIETIES GO TO J MORGANS' s WHOLESALE AND RETAIL n CONFECTIONER, 27, PIER STREET, 16, TERRACE KOAD. W HODCSA T E D WOT —55. NORTH PARADE, 1 ABERYSTWYTH. J AGKNT FOR BARRATT & Co., London. F< Ices Daily. Shops supplied. ABERYSTWYTH ROCK AND SUG-AR SEA SHORE PEBBLES MADE FROM PURE H Cane Sugar. The favour of your PATRONAGE is FI S0MCITED. R B22& it HOIjLIkr, r PRACTICAL CYCLE REPAIRER, F COMMERCE HOUSE, ABERYSTWYTH, AND CAMBRIAN HOTEL, BORTH. J Cycles for Hire. Bought, Sold. or Exchanged a Agent for all LEADING Makers. S Finest Stock of Accessories in WALES. G MOTOR CAR PROPRIETOR. Visitors will find it to their advantage to give] HOLLIER a call. J VISITORS' CYCLES STORED AND CLEANED. S OFFICIAL REPAIRER to C.T.C. Please Note the Address. 99 | FOR ALL THE LATEST P NOVELTIES IN PEBBLES AND JEWELLERY, F( I JSEW 1, NORTH PARADE, C- ABERYSTWYTH. 98 S( ABERYSTWYTH TOBACCONIST. JOHN ROBERTS, 1 25, rERKACE ROAD. £ HAIRCUTTING AND SHAVING 1 SALOON, BATH STREET, m M First Turning to the left from the Promenade in R S TERRACE-ROAD. 16. It. P. EDWARDS, F BEEF, MUTTON, & PORK BUTCHER, al ai 34, GKKAT DARKGATE ST., ABERYSTWYTH. A BEET QUALITY MEAT ONLY ( SUPPLIED. 4 —— rr ^HOME-MADE SAUSAGES AND PURE LARD. m HOME-CURED HAMS AND BACON, CORNED BEEF, AND PICKLED TONGUES. b20 .c t (^bcrpetto^th—Jlpartmntfcs. Marin e-terrace. pLAREMONT HOUSE, 30, Marine- terrace, is centrally situated and commands full view of sea. Firet-class apartments. Moder- ate terms. Reduced charges for winter months hot and cold water baths sanitary arrangements perfect.—Mrs Ankers. 67 Victoria-terrace. TRAFALGAR HOUSE, G, Victoria- JL terrace. Proprietor, R. Felix. Splendid sea view. Terms moderate. 96 LIFF VIEW BOARDING ESTAB- LISHMENT. Best end of Victoria-terrace. Splendid sea view. Sheltered from the north and east winds. Lighted by Electricity. Every modern convenience. Terms from 31/6 per week each person.—Apply for Tariff to Mrs EDGAR AT WOOD. 105 PLYNLYMON HOUSE BOAKDIJVG ESTABLISHMENT. PRIVATE APARTMENTS. VICTORIA (MARINE) TERRACE ABERYSTWYTH. MRS E. A. HALL, PROPRIETRESS. Plynlymon House is modern-bunt on the finest and healthiest portion of the Marine-parade, is provided with baths and all necessary appliances, and is comfortably furnished. The Sitting Rooms have AN UNINTERRUPTED SEA VIEW. and the Bedrooms are largand airy. ,SA^TARY, ARRANGEMENTS are certified by the Medical Officer of Health for the Borough to be perfect and complete. Special Terms for Winter and Spring Months. Excellent References as to Cuisine and Management 26 South Marine-terrace. GLANYDON, 5. Splendid sea view; good sanitation. Terms moderate. Miss Knight. 88 BRYNARFOR, 12, Mrs Morgans. Com- fortablp accommodation for visitors. Facing the sea and close to Castle Grounds. 95 North Parade. "1 NORTH PARADE Comfortable apartments _Lj two minutes walk from sea, three minutts walk from Station hot and cold baths. Terms on application.Proprietress, Mrs Purton. 100 OMPORTABLE APARTMENTS^ within three minutes' of Sea and Station. Miss Morgan, Belgravia House, North-parade, late 34, North-parade. 104 Ti) NORTH PARADE" M^. J. Cleaton TC/WJ Hughes. Private apartments. bl03 Queen's-road j MRS EDWARDS. Near Sea, Railway Tj Station, Castle Grounds, and Post Office. Good accommodation at reasonable terms. 73 CARLISLE HOUSE. PROPRIETRESS, MRS /C/CF THOMPSON. COMFORTABLE ACCOMMODATION FOR visitors. Terms MODERATE. 41 Portland-street. £ PORTLAND STREET. PROPRIETRESS, MRS CULLIFORD. COMFORTABLE APARTMENTS AT moderate charges. SITUATTD close to Per and Parade. 79 17 Proprietress, Miss Hughes. COLO- 1 < Y fortable apartments on reasonable terms. NEAR THE Parade.and Pier. 80 tvj PORTLAND STREET. Proprietress, Mrs /vJ-j Bateman. Comfortable apartments. Two sitting-rooms, double-bedded room, and two single. Terms moderate 81 Bath Street. O COBURG HOUSE. Proprietress, Mrs tJ James. Comfortable apartments, close to Sea, Railway Station, Post Office, and Castle Grounds. Terms moderate. 76 5 Proprietress, Mrs Patten. Within half • a minute's walk of the Beach and Pier and three minutes' from Station. Close to Public Baths. Comfortable apartments. Terms ode. AUDL*EY HOUSE. Proprietress, Mrs James. Apartments close to Marine-parade and Public Baths. Terms moderate. 30 Great Darkprate-street. CENTRAL HOTEL, Great Darkgate- street, Aberystwyth. Close to sea 6g 6d per day or f2 2s Od per week, inclusive; Ladies' Drawing Room; Billiards, two tables Electric L'ght; Private Turkish, Vaponr, Hot, Cold, and Ladies' Perfumed Baths, &c.; accommodation for Cyclists large Dining and Tea Rooms. w23 Proprietress—Mrs E. S. PEMBERTON. RYNAWEL BOARDING HOUSE. JD Pkasantly situated and overlooking Castle Grounds. Good sea views. Within two minutes' walk of the Pier and Parade. Terms moderate. 66 New-street. n Proprietress, Mrs Rowlands. Cora j fortable apartments for visitors. Situated near the Sea,>College, and Castle Grounds. Terms reasonable. 63 "I O Two minutes' walk from Castle XO, Grounds, College, and Sea. Comfortable^ apartments. Healthily situated.—Miss Williams. 64 1 t4 WAN DSWORTH HOUSE. Com- f fortable accommodation for visitors. Close to Castle Grounds and Sea. Terms moderate. Miss Richards, Proprietress. 65 BANK VAULTS (late of Manchester). JD Comfortable apartments. Close to the Sea and Castle. Moderate terms. Breakfasts, chops, steaks, and ham at any time, and teas at shortest notice.—Proprietor, Samuel Glithero. 62 Little Darkgate-street. "I TEMPERANCE HOUSE. Proprietress, X, Miss Th^ophilus. Excellent accommodation for visitors. Terms moderate. 58 YCRYNFRYN, Little Darkgate-street, j_ Misses Jones. House ceotrally situate in highest part of town. Spacious rooms comfortably furnished. Visitors well attended to. Good conk- ing. Excellent sanitary arrangements. 111 rilALYBONT TEMPERANCE HOUSE. Apartments to let. Terms moderate. Miss JonAs. 83 BURLEY HOUSE, 29, Little Darkgate- JD street. Proprietress, Mrs Finch. Boarding and privatn accommodation for visitors. Close to Sea, College, and Castle Grounds central. Good accommodation for cyclists. Terms moderate. 61 BRYN HOUSE, 31, Little Darkgate- street. Excellent accommodation for visitors. Situated close to Sea, College Buildings, and Castle Grounds.—Mrs Edwards. 60 PRINCE ALBERT HOTELTTittb L Darkgate-street. Situated close to the PIER, PROMENADE, and CASTLE GROUNDS. Com- fortable apartments for visitors. CYCLISTS and TOURISTS accommodated. Good stabling. Terms moderate. Proprietor, Mr I. Parrish. 56 OO LITTLE DARKGATE-STREET. Comfort". OfCj a'3l<1 apartments two minutes walk from sea and Castle. Terms moderate. 106 Mill-street. XYTAVERLEY TEMPERANCE AND ▼ ▼ COMMERCIAL HOTEL, near the Station. Proprietress, Mrs Evans. Good accommodation For visitors at moderate charges. 49 PLOUGH INN. Mrs E. M. Jones. L Entirely new management good accom- modation for visitors one minute's walk from Railway Station. Ales and Stout and Wines and Spirits of the best quality. 51 CROSS FOXES, Mill-street. Proprietress, Mrs Bluck, Wine and Spirit Merchant. First-class accommodation for visitors at reason- able terms. Two minutes' walk from the Station and situated close to the sea. 50 ftA MILL STREET, Mrs Jones. Cora- WX) fortable apartments at moderate terms. 52 MILL STREET. Proprietress, Mrs D. Jones. Comfortable apartments. Few,, minute's walk from the Station and Castfe. Terms moderate. 97 MRS JAMES, Glanllyn House, Mill- street. Comfortable accommodation, close o Railway Station. 94 (JtbergBitogih—JlpartmcttiB e UNICORN INN. Proprietor, Mr W. Phillips, Wine and Spirit Merchant. Com- fortable apartments for visitors. 68 Terrace-road. TERRACE-ROAD. Proprietress, Mrs t'y Jones. Comfortable apartments close to the Station within four minutes' walk of the Beach. 57 7 Proprietress, Mrs Warrington. House < f rebuilt and enlarged; comfortable apart- ments upon moderate terms h. & c. water baths near Railway Station and Sea. 56 Queen-street. TjWERTON COTTAGE, 25, Queen-street. JLj Proprietress, Mrs Blackwell. Excellent ac- commodation for visitors. 89 ^tJEEN-STREET, Woodscroft House. Pro- /■vUy prietress, Mrs Jenkins. Comfortable apart- ments, close to Castle Grounds and Sea. Terms moderate. 90 Chalybeate-street. 1 o CHALYBEATE STREET, Proprie- JLOj tress, MrsRees, Comfortable apartments on reasonable terms. Conveniently situated. 54 XT ORTHEY'S COMMERCIAL AND JLA BOARDING HOUSE, 21, Chalybeate- street one minute's walk from Railway Station and three minutes from Sea. Superior accommoda- tion for CYCLISTS, VISITORS, and COMMER- CIAL GENTLEMEN. C.T.C. Quarters.—Mrs Northey, Proprietress. 55 George-street. P NANTGLYN HOUSE. Two minutes U. walk from Railway Station five minutes' walk from Sea and Castle Grounds. Proprietress Mrs Evans (late of 27, Little Darkgate-street). 47 1 A MRS W. H. DAVIES (late of Stafford" _Lv/} shire). Comfortable apartments; close to Station. 46 Bridge-street. OLD BLACK LION HOTEL, ABER STV^ YTH. Oot; of the' oldest established hotels in the town. Wines and Spirits of the best quality. Good accommodation for tourists, visitors, and travellers. Good stabling. Terms moderate. Mrs J. LEWIS, proprietress. 71 Princess-street. PRINCESS-STREET. This accom- -LU? modation is well situated, being near Castle Grounds and Marine terrace, and visitors not requiring expensive rooms will find themselves comfortable and well attended to. Mrs Owen, proprietress. 91 Railway-terrace. CAMFIELD HOUSE, 13, Railway-ter- race. Proprietress, Mrs Bell Apartments healthily and pleasantly situated. Convenient to Sea and Station. Moderate terms. 43 OMMERCIAL FAMILY HOTEL (opposite the Station). Proprietress, Mrs J. Rèes, wine anr. "pi-it merchant. Comfortable accommodation for visitors. About four minute? walk to the sea. Terms moderate. 42 fo RAILWAY TERRACE, Propri- etress, Mrs Hutchinga. Comfortable apart- ments, close to Station, Healthily situated. Terms moderate. 84 DURHAM HOUSE, 17, Railway-terrace. Proprietress, Mrs J. Jones. Terms moderate. 44 OA ProPrietress> Mrs Evans. Comfortable <A/, accommodation close to Station. Healthily situated. Moderate charges. 45 Penglaise-terrace. 6 Proprietress, Mies Edwards. Comfort- able apartments. Situated close to the Elyaian Grove and commanding fine scenery Terms reasonable. 40 8 Proprietress, Mrs H. Jones, Comfort- able apartments, two deuble-bedded rooms, oue single bedroom, and two sitting rooms. Terms moderate. 39 9 Proprietress, Mrs C. Pickering. Com- j -fortable apartments. Double-bedded room and front sitting room. Reasonable terms. 38 Penglaise-road. 1 GOGERDDAN COTTAGES. Pro- -Lj prietress, Mrs Thomas. Comfortable apart- ments at reasonable terms. Pleasantly and con- veniently situated. 37 7 GOGERDDAN COTTAGES. PTo T[:< prietress, Mrs Fitzgibbons. Comfortable apartments conveniently situated. Reasonable terms. 36 7 GOGERDDAN COTTAGES. Pro- < prietress, Mrs Griffiths. Comfortable apart. ments reasonable terms. Healthily situated Near Elysian Grove three minutes fro&i Station five minutes from Parade. 35 BRYNTIRION VILLA. Proprietress, Mrs David Lloyd. Comfortable apartments, pleasantly and healthily situated. Reasonable terms. 75 Llanbadarn-road. ORTHGATE VILLA, Llanbadarn- Ll road. Proprietress, Miss Knowles. Com- fortable apartments on reasonable terms. 74 Trinity-place. /? TRINITY-PLACE. Propriftress, Mrs U5 T. Edwards. Excellent accommodation for visitors at moderate terms. Conveniently situated. 34 Trinity-road. 9 ROSSNALEE. Proprietress, Mrs /Vj Edwards. Situated close to Station and Elysian Grove. Comfortable apartments on reason- able terms. 31 O HARCOURT HOUSE. Proprietress, t/j Mrs Lloyd. Conveniently situated. Terms moderate. 32 rPREVEILIA COTTAGE. Proprietress, JL Mrs Lewis. Excellent apartments at moderate terms. 33 Epworth-terrace. 9 MRS MORGANS. Stands in a healthy /J) situation, and sanitary arrangements excel- lent. Conveniently situated, being about three minutes walk from Sea and Railway Station. Suitable apartments at reasonable charges. 92 Union-street. EASTWOOD HOUSE. Proprietress, Mrs -LJ Edwards. Comfortable apartments for visitors. Healthily situated. Terms moderate. 28 IVy HOUSE, 6, Union-street Propri- JL etress, Mrs Morgan. Comfortable apartments for visitors. 85 9 UNION STREET. Proprietress, Mrs hJt Rowlands. Comfortable apartments. 87 Custom House-street. SHIPWRIGHT ARMS, Proprietor, Mr E. M. Owen, wine and spirit merchant. Comfortable apartments. 27 South-road. SAILORS' ARMS. Proprietress, Miss Daniel, wine and spirit merchant. Good ac- commodation for Visitors. Close to the sea. Terms moderate. 69 RHEIDOL VIEW, 31, South-road. Pro- prietress, Mrs Hopkins. Close to sea and Castie Grounds. Comfortable accommodation. Terms reasonable. 70 Cambrian-place. GLYNDWR HOUSE, 4, CAMBRIAN-PLACE. 7 PROPRIETRESS, MRS HUGHES. TERMS REASON- able. 82 VICTOR HOUSE, MRS JENKINS. COM- FORTABLE APARTMENTS MODERATE TERMS. CLOSE to Station and Sea. 48 DOUGLAS HOUSE, 27. PROPRIETRESS, Mrs Lewis. One minute's walk from the Railway STATION, two minutes walk from sea. Every home comfort.. 102 LERRY HOUSE, 2, Cambrian place. Proprietress, Mrs Oliver. Comfortable accom- modation for Visitors. About n minutes walk to the sea. Terms moderate. 107 Northgate Street COOPERS HOTEL, NORTHGATE ST, ABERYSTWYTH. GOOD APARTMENTS, situate opposite the Elysian Grove; close to sea and Railway Station. Billiard Table by Orme and Sons. TtVms moderate. t Proprietor, 42 M. MORGAN.