CRICCIETH. MARINE TERRACE 5, Froheulog, Mrs Williams- Mr and Mrs Cornwall, family and Wimble- don; Miss Prosser, Maiaa Hill, London 7. Glandon, Mrs Bennett Williams- Rev W A and Mrs Challis, St Paul's Vicarage, Stannuigley. Leeds; Miss Challis, Stone Vicarage, Aylesbury; Mr Arthur Yates, St Albans 11, Miss Jones— Mr, Mrs, aud Miss Walter, Manchester Mrs and Misses Crossfield, Prestwich Park, do Mr Davies, Manchester 12, St Tudwds View, Mr Owen Evans— Mr, Mrs, and 1Lster Ellinger, Sale Mr and Mrs Cornish, Chester 13, Mrs Evans— Mr and Mrs Heywood Melly, Liverpool Miss Court, Birkdale 15, Mr- Kdwards — Mis es Griffiths, Cleve Grange, nr Cheltenham 19, Meriou View, Mrs G-ritfith- Re\ A E and Mrs Negus, baby and nurse, Mrs Hjmson, Oxford Mr and Mrs Anderson, Camherweli, London Mrs Anderson and friend, Higher Broughton, Manchester 26, Thf. Cuff- Mrs Jones- Mr, Mrs, and Mr Frank Jackson, Miss Perkins, Miss Proctor, Wilmslow Mr and Mrs Getting and family, Mrs Brandon, Miss Gamble, Handforth 28, Beeswing H' Use, Miss Jones— Colonel and Miss S Walker and maid, London Mr and Vlrs Smith, Northampton Mr Jones, Creua, Ta iybwlch 29, Mo<eley House, Miss Griffiths- Mr and Mrs Bishop, Miss Bishop, Mrs Reece, Miss R. ece, Miss Edith Reece, Edgbaston, Birmiugham 30, Angcrfa, Mrs Williams— Messrs W E and E E Smith, Mr G Winder, Sale, Cheshire Mr and Mrs Hurt, Sidcup, Kent Mr, Mrs, and Masters W and A Robertson, West Kirby, Liverpool Mr and Mrs Bailey, Rev S W Hutchinson, Stoke-on-Trent Marine Hotel, Miss Cooper- Mrs and Miss Knigot Coutts, Manchester Miss Paynter, Miss Bunting, Uttoxeter, Miss Wood, Ilkeston, Nottingham Dr and Mrs Jones, Mr and Mrs Turner, Mr Pearse, London Mr and Mrs Beckett, Whitchurch Mr and Miss Smith, do Abereistedd Villa, Miss Roberts— Miss Keep, Miss Bennett, Loudon Mrs and Miss Uren, Mr and Mrs 'V Uren, Mrs and (2) Misses Rogers, Birmingham Miss Cabot, Miss Hubbard, America WEST PARADE Plas Eifion, Mrs Parry- Misses H and A Downward and Sister Hope, Shrewsbury Castle itr and Mrs Chapman, Miss Nas.s, Hants Wave's Rest, Miss Roberts— Mrs Wheatcroft, Wirksworth Mr and Mrs Hills, Stafford Dr and Mrs Bartley Miss Beynes, Mrs Murrey, London MARINE CRESCENT Sunnyeide, Mrs Capt Williams- Mrs Shewell, child and nurse, India Miss and Miss Clare M Lees, Prestwich STANLEY ROAD 17. Heathcote, Mrs Joyce Ellis- Mr and Mrs W A Smith Miss Smith, Edgbaston, Miss Percival, Moseley, Birmingham Mr L Arthursmith. University College, Mr E J Nevili, Hertford College, Oxford HARLECH VIEW 2, Harlech View, Miss Griffith- Mrs and Master C Edwards, Bettws G G Rectory, nr Corwen 3, Ty Newydd, Mrs Jones- Mr W R King and family, Birmingham MONA STREET Mona House, Mrs R M Williams- Mrs Horth and family, Hereford Pleasant View, Mrs Griffith- Mrs and Miss Voss. London Ty Fry, Mrs Williams- Mr and Mrs Munro Hughes, Dr and Mrs Shearer Gest View, Mrs W Jones— Mr and Mrs G W Kinman, baby and maid, Dolgelley PORTMADOC ROAD Min-y-Gaer Boarding House, Miss Jefferies- The Misses Lupton, Birkenhead Mr Bolton, Edgbaston Miss H Humphreys, Oswestry Glynycoed, Mrs Parry— Mr Clayton, Miss Cook, Miss Barton, Master G and Miss D Clayton, Sale Plas Isa, Williams and Owen— Mr W Robson, Warrington Mr A A Cuthbert, Glasgow; Mr and MrsSturt, family and maids, Weybridge Mr, Mrs, and Miss Wreaks, Manchester Mr and Mrs Pedder and family, Hoylake PARKIAU TERRACE 2, Mrs Owen- Mrs Gregory, Misses Gregory, Miss Taylor, Ex- mouth 3, Miss Jones— Mr, Mrs, Misses, and Master B Code, Redhill, Surrey 4, Mrs Evans- Mrs and Miss Newberv, Lewisham, London TANYGRISIAU TERRACE 4, Bron-y-Castell, Mrs Watkins- Rev T E and Mrs Cleworth, family and governess, Middleton Rectory, Manchester Morvin House, Mrs Williams— Mr and Mrs J Cash and family, Stretford, Man- chester Miss E Megson, Sdle, Manchester 6, Black R-ek Cottage, Mrs Parry- Mrs, Miss, and Mr C L Digby Roberts, Edinburgh Mr E F Wait, do CAMBRIAN TERRACE Sea View House, Mrs Jones Evans— Miss Hall, Thornton Heath, Surrey Miss Boyson and maid, Clapham Common 4, Mrs Evans- Mr and Mrs Simpson, London RAILWAY TERRACE 6, Mrs Ellis- Misses Wedgwood and maid, Misses Lauterbach, Miss Roden 7, Mrs Evans- Misses N and A Jones, Nantlle Mr Williams, Dolwyddelen NORTH TERRACE 2, Mrs Williams- Mr Malcolm Spencer, Oxford Mr E Le Mare, Manchester BRYNTIRION TERRACE 5— Mr ard Mrs Worley, Mr and Mrs Potter, Leicester SALEM TERRACE 3, Mrs D Williams— Mr A E Jones, New York, USA; Mr H H Joues, Llanberis HIGH STREET Gecrge Hotel, Miss Williams- Major Orred, family and maids, Chichester; Mr and Mrs J Cole, Congleton Mr R Thomas, Liverpool Misses Irvine, 'Speldhurst, Kent Mr Walter Yates, Plas-yn-Llantroniad Mr and Mrs Le Brasseur, Newport, Mont Mr and Mrs Kent, Maesmawr Hall, Caersws Rev J Davies, King's School, Chester Mr J Ellis Jones, M B, Chorley, Lanes; Mr W Desmond Darrant, Wolverhampton'; Mr R A Slaney Eyton, Shrewsbury Miss E Fenwick, Bulcombe Rectory, Blagden; Miss A Fenwick, Park Hall, Kidderminster Dr Alf Miller, Hatton Asylum, Warwick Mr Hollingsworth Water Irton Mr P Petersen, Hersburg, Prussia Mr F W Petersen, Birmingham Messrs A R Bingham and W Espleny, Liver- pool Major General Maule, Ha.ltord, Salop Mr Oliver, Manchester Mr and Mrs W H Holland Owen, baby and nurse, Liverpool; Rev J H Stanning. Leigh, Lanes; Rev J Stanning, Portsea Dr ^Strickland and sons, Mr E Wood, Ludlow London House, Mrs Jones- Miss Pugh, Trawsfynydd Eisteddfa- Mr, Mrs, and Misses Lamond, London Rev J and Master L Lamond, Edinburgh Dr and Mrs Cathcart, Londoa White Lion Hotel, Capt J Thomas— Mr and Mrs Day, London Mr W Batty, Liscard; Miss Mellor, Ashton-under-Lyne;M:r,s'M Batty, Chorlton-cum.-Hardy,iMessrs H and E Batty, do; Mr L P Cook, Mr, Mrs, and Miss Watson, Glensford, Suffolk Mr Halliwell, Eccles'; Mr Taylor, Deansgate, Manchester Mr Moss, do Ednyfed House, Mrs Roberts- Mrs and Miss Butt, Mrs and Miss Taverner, Mrs and Master Taverner and maid Nottingham; Rev, Mrs, and Master Banner, Swettenham, Congleton Llys Caradog, Mrs Roberts— Nurse Wakefield, Birmingham Nurse Which- low, London Nurse Williams, Enfield Miss Edwards Llangefni Mr Cusdin, London Mr Clarke, Chester Mr Pierce, Mr Hughes, Ox- ford
TOW YN. MARINE PARADE 1. Miss Williams— Mr and Mrs Keen, family and nurse, Bir- mingham 2, Airs Lewis- Dr, Mrs, Miss, and Master Robinson and maid, Huddersfield Miss Lewis— Misses Hughes, Dolmaen Mr Hughes, do 7— Mr and Mrs Barton, Mr and Mrs Clare Smith IDRIS VILLAS 5, Mrs Evans— Mr and Mrs Mason, London 19, Mrs G Jones- Mr and Mrs Sturge, family and maid, London Mr Sturge Mrs and Miss Hughes, Llanfach- reth Mrs Hughes, Miss Jones Hughes, Gan- llwyd 20, Mrs Jones— Mr and Mrs Barnfield, Birmingnam 22, Mrs Roberts- Mrs Howells, Llanerfil Mrs Jones and family, do; Messrs Lewis and Jones, Dinas lawddwy 25, Mrs Jones- Mr and Mrs W S Williams and family, Llanjrwst 28, Gwernol House, Mrs D 0 Jones- Mr Roberts, Madeley; Mr Roberts, Wellington; Mr Roberts, Coalbrookdale HIGH STREET 13, Mrs Davies— Mr and Misses Utterley, Manchester Miss Stalford, Kingsland, Shrewsbury Mr and Mrs Fountain, Birmingham; Miss E Jones, Swan- sea Major and the Hon Mrs Edmondes, the Rev and Mrs Bannven, The Rectory, Os- westry 16, Miss Roberts- Mr and Mrs Jones, Merthyr; Mr and Miss Giddings, Mrs Giddings, Llansantffraed 18, Brynawel, Mrs IVilliame- Mrs W V Davies and family, Oswestry Miss Parscns, Mrs Morris, do 35, Mrs Jones- Mr Jones and child, Corris Mount Pleasant, Mrs Evans- Captain Geoffrey and Mrs Fiennes and family, Farnbrough BRYNAWEL SQUARE 15, Mrs Whitaker- Mr and Mrs Workman, Birmingham; Mr and Mrs Flint, Tunstall, Staffs COLLEGE GREEN. Mrs Vaugban- Mr Jones, Cefnhrith Mr Williams, Cwmcanol, Carno Mr Williams, Tynewydd No Address— Mr Lewis, Carno Mr Mathews, Mr J Mathews, Carno Mr Richards, Shrewsbury BRYNMAIR Mrs Phillips- Misses Wefelt Nicholls, Sale, near Manchester CHURCH STREET Mrs Jones— Mr and Miss Howells, Coedtalog Mrs Jones— Mr Wigley, Gwernfridd Mrs Morris, Maeslly. mestyn Miss Stephen, Welsbpool PIER VILLAS No address- Mr and Mrs Roberts, Corwen No address- Mr and Mrs Jones, Liverpool ATHELSTAN ROAD 4, Mrs Jones- Mr Rickett, Willesden; Misses Davies & Randles, Llanymvnach Mrs and Miss Evans, Llansant- ffraid Cambrian House, Mrs James- Mr and Mrs Hurrphreys, London Aelydon, Mrs Lewis- Miss Edwards, Nantvdigoed Mr Hughes, Dol- maen Mr Evans, Gesailddu Morfa Cadvan, Mrs Jones- Mrs Jones, Brynafon, Corris Berwyn House, Mrs Jones- Miss Jones, Cefnbrith Misses Roberts, Hafod- wen Mr Morris, Maesymestyn Mr Jones, Gwastadgoed Penyryrfa, Mrs Parry- Misses Ashton, Miss Richards, Llaw'rglyn Dysynny View, Mrs Clint- Mr and Mrs Upton, family and maids (2), Market Drayton Miss Upton and maid, do; Mr and Miss Hartley, Sale Mr Lester, Carnarvon Miss Quinn, Galway, Ireland Min-y-don, Miss Mcrris- Mr, Mrs, and Miss Tarside, Chester California Hotel, Mrs Willilms- Mr and Miss Rowlands, Llanrhaiadr Mr Jones, Tanrallt Cadvan House- Miss Haiford, Shrewsbury Montgomery House, Miss Edwards- Mr E vans, Glawddacoed, Llanbrynmair Miss Davies, Bryn Llanwyddelan Cader Temperance- Misses Jones, Domencastell Mr Vaughan, Hafodybeudy, Llanerfyl Bank, Mrs Davies- Miss and Mr J Breeze, Miss Thomas, Aberangell; Mr and Miss Morgans, Cribin; Miss Rowlands, Bryncoed; Mr Roberts, Pwllheli; Mr Thomas, Llangian Prospect House, Mrs Thomas- Mrs Williams, Miss Royde Smith, Crouch End, London No address— Mr and Mrs Williams, Llaw'rglyn No address— Rev R R Morris, Festiniog No address— Messrs Jones and Owen E Jones, New Shop, Corris
TALYBONT illE iTFoN HOTEL, TALYBONT. FAMILY AND COMMERCIAL. mgis well-known old establishment has been entirely re-huilt and re-furnished and is now one of the most com- J- fortable Hotels in Wales. The neighbourhood in which this Hotel is situated' is very picturesque a™1 is noted for fishing. Gentlemen staying at the above Hotel have the privilege of fishing in S,r FJ>se s ^kes. the Lerry, and other Kiv„, H^dq^.rter^totbe C. r.C. Uj-Urfg* PostalAddress- Baihcay Station- Teleqi-ams- Talybont, R.S.O., LUnfihangel, MORGAN, Lion Hotel, Cardiganshire. Cambrian Railways. Talybont, Cardiganshire. llIAOK LION, FAMILY AND COMMERCIAL HOTEL, TALYBONT. This old-established and well-known Hotel is under new management and recently re ovated Parties, Bicyclists, Commerciil Gentlemen and Visitors to Tahesin's Grave and Cleltwr Valley will find every accommodation and a. Hom; from Home here, and have the privilege of fishing in the Gogerddan Lakes, Lerry, and other river". Ales, Wines, Spiri's, and Cigars of the finest quality. POST HORSES AND CONVEYANCES FOR HIRE. Parties met by arrangement at Llanfihansel, Glandovey, and other Stations. PRO P R lET 0 R-R. D. JEN KINS. TERMS—MODERATE. Postal Address-Talybont, R.S 0.. Cardiganshire. Telegrams-Blaà Lion. Talybont, Cardiganshire. ABERYSTWYTH ESTABLISHED 1854 THOMAS, WATCHMAKKK AND JEWELLER, 18, GREAT DARKGATE STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. THE OLDEST, CHEAPEST, AND BEST ESTABLISHMENT IN THE TOWN ===gnaw ov i tw. 77 i. 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. UR 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. bl5 The only Guide revised every year and brought up-to-date. Over 135.000 Sold. The Prince of Guides"-)VI,hiiiait. Gossiping Guide to Wales. n The best Gu de 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 1. 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 King-lorn to intending tourists. They may also be had of all Booksellers and at the bookstalls in North Wales, or- WOODALL, MINSHALL. & Co., no Publishers, Oswestry. -AV attiii ciit e-foariiio utli -r Marine-parade CLERGYMAN'S daughter receives pay- ing guests at moderate terms, in pleasant house, facing sea. Cuisine exceptionally good. Perfect sanitation. High references. Proprietress, Oak Hou'p, Marine parade. Church-street. CRAIG YDON, within two minutes'walk of /Q the Railway Station, Beach, and Post Office. Large, airy rooms. Excellent sanitary arrange- ments. Comfortable apartments at reasonable terms.—Apply, Mrs W. Jones. 167-2 ORTHWEN HOUSE.—MagniticentSea Bathing aud Sands, Yachting, Boating, Sea and River Fishing, Shooting, Golf unrivalled Scenery. The above house is under entirely new management. Moderate terms. -Proprietress, Mrs Captain E. an. 167-3 4) CUMBERLAND HOUSE, two minutes' ,;), walk of Railway Station, Beach, and Post Office. 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Commands an extensive view of Cardigan Bay, the Estuary of the Mawddach, and the Viaduct.-4, Abermaw-ter- race. 167-9 t flOR particulars of Houses and Property r for Sale or to be Let in Barmouth and Car- digan Bay district, apply to Edwin Blakey, Sur- veyor and Estate Agent, Barmouth. List sent on receipt of stamp. 106a VISITORS may be interested to know that the North Wales Section of the British Union for the Abolition of Vivisection has its head- quarters in Barmouth. Anyone who would care to join the Society, or wishes for information or literature on the subject, is requested to communi- cate with Mr A. J. Hewins, St George's, Bar- mouth. 119
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SOTJTH PARADE Osborne Honse, Mrs Brazier- Mr and Mrs A J Grose, family and maid, Cam- berwell, London Mr and Mrs Morrison, Mr and Mrs Wallis, do; Miss Florence Theodore, RAM., Miss B Theodore, do Belmont House, Mrs Thomas— Mr and Mrs, Miss D, and Master A Startin, Coventry Mr and Mrs Watson, Mrs, Miss, and Master F Robinson and nurse, Manches- ter; Mr and Mrs Pearce, Market Drayton Gwendolen, Miss Owen- Misses (3) Beesley, Miss Oldham, London Mr, Mrs, and Misses Hope and maid, Bedford Mr and Mrs Sturrow, Mr and Mrs and Miss Perrin, London Beach House, Mrs Jones— Mrs and Miss Bird, Birmingham Mr and Mrs Lane and family, Kent MARINE TERRACE Comber House, Mrs Roberts- Mr, Mrs, and Misses aDd Master H Richardson, Donisthorpe, Leicester; Rev A E Bull, St Paul's Vicarage, Hounslow Mr and Misses Jones Berrington, Shrewsbury Mr and Mrs Bryant, London Bank House, Mrs Edwards- Mr and Mrs Hill, Miss and Messrs Hill, Har- rowgate Mr and Misses Cheyne, Edinburgh Mr and Mrs Peel, family and maid, Llan- dilo; Miss V E Thomas, Nurse Cowte, Llys- wen Rev and Mrs G Griffith, family and maid, Builth 2, Brongwynedd, Mrs Evan Jones— Mrs and Misses and Messrs:R and J Veale, Harrogate Mr and Mrs A Eddison, do Mr and Mrs Fox, Bradford Clive-place, Miss Morris- Mrs, Miss, and Mr D Berwick, Mrs and Miss Roth, London Mr and Mrs James, baby and nurse, Mr P James, Cardiff; Mr and Mrs D Denniss and family, Hafod, Ruabon 4, Mrs E M Jones- Misses Armitage and Moore. Leamington Mrs and Mr and Miss Merau, London 5, Mrs Parry- Mr, Miss and Miss Eva and Master Tonks, King's Hpath 6, Mrs R Gritfitil- Mr and Mrs C F Robinson, family and maid, Stoke-on-Trent Hon Mrs Parker Jervis and maid, Park Hall, Staffordshire Mrs Lingen Burton, Little Aston Vicarage, do Mr and Mrs Ansell, family' and nurse, Oxford Misses (3) Johnson, Birmingham 7, Mrs Ellis Jones— Mr and Mrs Crammonr1, family and nurse, Glas- gow Mrs Thomas, Miss Edward, The Tower, Llangollen Dr and Mrs C Reid, Mr Heald, Miss Weston, Miss Price, Stafford 8, Mrs W Owen- Mr and Mrs Wainwright, family and maid, Alderley Edge Mr and Mrs Gaine, Leeds Miss, Master, and Miss Tonges, Birmingham 9,lMrs Capt G Williams— Mr R and Mrs Andrew, Birmingham Mrs Gunson, Mr Gunson, Mrs Gunson and friend, Plymouth Grove, Manchester 10, Mrs WiIlialos- Mr and Mrs W Dickinson, Miss and Master Dickinson, Mrs Shaw, Mrs Hopkins, Master J Edwards, Crewe; Mr and Mrs Deighton and maid, Miss Brooks, Rock Ferry Mr and Mrs Holland, Walsall 11, Mrs Davies and Miss Griffith- Mr and Mrs Griffiths and family, Lady Powell, Pencaemawr, Merthyr Tydfil; Mr and Mrs Vernon, nurse and family, High Wycombe, Bucks Archdeacon Jones and Mrs Jones, Ire- land Mr and Mrs Cole, West Bromwich 12, Miss Jones- Mrs Ball and party, Hampstead, London Mr and Mrs W W Rouce Ball, Cambridge Mr and Mrs A Ames and family, Beckenham, Kent Vrondderw, Mrs Griffiths- R A Burslem, J R L Ellis Llys Meirion, Mrs Adams— Mr, Mrs, and Miss Lucas, Miss Allport, Derby York House, Mrs Cotton— Mr and Mrs G Parr and baby, Miss and Mr H Parry, Handsworth Mr and Mrs J J Cotton and baby, Misses (3) and Master W Davies, Coventry Mr and Mrs Worthington, Perry Bar; Mr, Mrs S P, and Mr C T Greaves, Southam Tremydoo, Mrs Roberts— Mrs and Miss Call, Mrs Tisoe and maid, Mr Realff, Forest Hill, London Mrs Hickman and family, Wolverhampton 17, Auckland House, Mrs Jones- Mrs Lacey Mrs Darlien and family, Liverpool; Mr Kindon and party, Stamford Hill; Mrs Pinsons &nd family, Mr and Mrs Homer, Willenhall Crystal House, Mrs Williams— Mr and Mrs Pedley and family, Congleton, Cheshire Mr and Mrs G Overton, Miss Alsie Ellis, Walsall; Mr and Mrs Thomas and family, Willenhall Oak House, Mrs J ackon- Mr and Mrs Donnan, Mr and Mrs Robinson, London Mr Barlow, Bolton Mr and Miss Hughes Mr and Mrs Copley, Huddersfield Miss White, Miss Grant, Wymondham ry Fry, Mrs Edwards— Mr and Miss Creed, Miss Nelson, MrHJ Church friend, Mrs Hughes, Mr Hughes, Mrs and Miss Carter, Mr and Mrs Broook, London Mr B S Hugue, Sheffield Mr and Mrs Lan- ark, Cardiff Jelgrave, Mr Williams— Mr, Mrs, Misses, and Master Grogan, Miss < Montague, London Mr and Mrs Jugden, family and maid, Manchester Mr and Mrs Crow and baby, West Ham Mr and Mrs Rees anrl. family, Cardiff; Captain and Mrs Cowie, Tunbridee Wells MARINE MANSIONS I Mrs Winchester— Mr and Mrs Nicholson, nurse and children, Miss Stephenson, Mrs Stafford, Bebington Mr ( and Mrs Heath, nurse and children, London Major Mrs, and Master Tennant BEACH ROAD Morfin-terrace, Mrs Tank— Mr Parsons, York Mr and Mrs Wilson, Mrs Bradley, Stnurbridge Rev A,Mrs,and Master Webb, London iichmond House, Mrs Evans— « Mrs and Miss Sainsbury, Trowbridge Messrs Fella (2), Mr Meddall, Mr Jackman, London Mr Watkins, Swansea Mr Balfour, Liver- pool » GLANYWERYDD TERRACE Mrs J Lloyd— Mr and Mrs Pearson, Stratford-on-Avon Mr and Mrs Onions, Wolverhampton; Mr Maynard Saunders and friend, Bristol Mrs Jones— Mr and Mrs C J Coverley, Mrs Epps, Mr and Mrs A F Johnson, South Woodford, Essex Tope Villa, Mrs M Evans- Mr, Mrs, and Miss Davies, Miss Edwards, Llan- drindod WeUs GLANLLYN SQUARE jrlanyllyn Temperance Hotel, Mrs Williams— Mrs, Mr, and Miss Powell, Oswestry SEA VIEW TERRACE 5, Miss Phillips— Rev G B and Misses Penoyre, Cheltenham Mr and Mrs H Lloyd Reid, Norwood, Misses Reid, London l, Glanywerydd House Mrs J T Jones— Mrs and Miss Owen, Festiniog Mr and Mrs H J Jones 1, Glanywerydd House, Mrs Profit- Mr and Mrs Harrison, Birmingham BELLE VUE MANSIONS. 2, Mrs T T Griffith- Mrs and Misses Bateson, Harrogate; Canon, Mrs, Misses, and Master Alford, Bristol Mrs and Miss Riley, Oldham, Manchester Mr Gordon, Misses Martin, London FRONFELEN TERRACE 1, Mrs W H Williams— Mr and Mrs W D and Miss Ridsale, Windermere; Mr and Mrs D and Miss Brook and maid, Southampton Mr, Mrs, Master, and Miss S Coall, Wolverhampton 2, Mrs Roberta- Mr, Mrs, and Miss G Shamrook, Miss Lyde, Mrs and Miss G Baker, Wolverhampton Rev and Mrs Edmondson, St Helens; Mr and Mrs Dranneld, Stockport 1, Mrs Capt Griffith- Mr. Mrs, Master T, and Miss D Guthridge, Shrewsbury 5, Mrs R Griffith- Mr John Gray, Worcester Miss Perkins, Mrs and Miss Oakes. Mrs and Miss Feltham, Ches- hunt, Herts Mr and Miss Hill, do Mrs A and Misses Jones, Birmingham FRONFELEN CASTLE L, Miss Pugh— Mr and Mrs Guy and family, London Mr and Mrs Jenkins, Sheffield; Miss Dawson, Liver- pool AELFOR TERRACE Mrs Davies- Mr Bagnall, Manchester; Mrs Greensmith. South- port; Mrs, Miss, and Master Thomas, Birming- ham 5, Mrs Davies— Mr and Mrs Milnes, Ashford, Derbyshire Mrs and Misses L and A Scoltock, Knowle, Bir- mingham 3, Mrs Edwards— Mra and Miss Coomer, Kent; Mr Meadows, Stratford on-Avon HANLI1 H TERRACE L and 2, Mrs M Thomas— Rev and Mrs Evans aud family Mr and Mrs Elvins, Birmingham; Mr and Mrs Fellows, Wednesbury Mr and Mrs Leach, Miss Bridge, Crewe 3, Mrs W H Davies— Mrs Hastelow, Sutton, Birmingham i, Miss Lloyd— Mr and Mrs Pencock and maid, Wolverhampton; Mr Brinson, Reading 5, Mrs Hooper— Mr and Mrs Rawlins, Mr A Rawlins, Chichester Misses Stocken and Rushton, Liverpool Mrs and Miss Dickins, Shrewsbury Mr R Cameon, Manchester LLANABER ROAD [nveruga, Mrs Kynoch— Mr W M Clendinnen, Coseley; Mr ACE Clendinnen, Stafford Mr and Misses F and E gyre, Derby Mr and Mrs Wilkinson, Uxbridge Messrs Slater and Clegg, Sheffield; Mr and Mrs M<-tealfe, York [vy House, Mrs Roberts— Misses Stone, Mal.ern Wells; Mr and Mrs Randal, Manchester Penzance Villa, Mrs G Edwards— Mr and Mrs Guild and baby, Sheffield; Mr and Mrs Boroughs, Liverpool; Mr and Mrs Bailey and family, Stafford Ripon House, Mrs John Roberts— Mr and Mrs Alfred Howes, Birmingham Melbourne House, Mrs R Williams— Miss Neale, Mrs Cummins, Kenilworth Bron Eifion, Miss WilIiams- Miss Spittle, Wolverhampton Miss Jones, Miss Davies, Bala 1, Beulah Hill, Mrs Pugh— Mr and Mrs Timple, Pendleton, Manchester Mr and Mrs Andrews, Birmingham 2, Beulah Hill, Mrs E Roberts— Mr and Mrs Aldred, Miss M Aldred, Master T Aldred, London; Mr and Mrs Norman, Miss Bessy Norman, Miss Cooper, Mr and Mrs Furber, Miss Doris Wood, Crewe Bron Foel, Mis Williams— Mr and Mrs Keigthley and family, Hampstead, London Fern Villa, Miss Mallett— Major and Mrs Corder and family, and maid, Mr George Bentley, Miss Bentley, Hudders- Major and Mrs Corder and family, and maid, Mr George Bentley, Miss Bentley, Hudders- field The Gables, Mrs Griffiths- Mr and Mrs Brougham and family, London GLASFOR TERRACE 1, Miss Roberts- Rev E J Williams and family, Port Natal, South Africa Mr Lee, Birmingham Mr Kendrick, do 2, Mrs Davies— Mrs Mann, Mr and Mrs and Master Mann, Lon- don Mrs and Master Ashpool, Birmingham Miss Leyton, do 5, Mra Dwies- Dr, Mrs, Miss, and Misses May and Margery Harkin. Waterloo, Liverpool VICTORIA PLACE 1, Miss Davies- Mr and Mrs Evans, family and maids, Hamp- stead, London 2, Mrs Rogers- Mr and Mrs Lowsby, Rockferry, Liverpool; Misses Lowshy, do Mr H Wilson and party, Prestwich HENDRE VILLAS 1, Mrs Jones- Mr Demuth and puty, Edgbasum; Mr Crawford, Mrs Barton. Eccles; Mr and Mrs Ward, Sheffield 3, Mrs J George Mr Adams, Mr and Mrs Bacon, London EPWORTH TERRACE 1, Mrs Williams— Mr and Mrs Peck, London; Mr and Mrs Thomas, London 5, Misses Gritfith- Misses Yardleys and Bartle, Edgbaston, Birming- ham PARK ROAD Cerniw Lodge, Mrs Davies— Mr and Mrs Fox, Birmingham MARINE GARDENS Morfa House, Mrs Owen- Mr and Mrs W P Williams, three children aud nurse, Cardiff Roseneath, E LI Williams— Mrs Gower and two daughters, Cardiff MARINE ROAD. Bronwen House, Mrs Edwards— Mr and Mus Gnodridge, Bath Mr and Mrs Smith and family, Kington Mrs and Misses (3) Collinwood, Lincoln Bay View, Mrs Mallett- Mr and Mrs Barker, Manchester Miss Essink, Amsterdam, Holland; Mr and Mrs Lodge, Misses Green, St John's Wood, London Glandovey, Mrs L Edwards— Mr and Mrs Bridgwater, Mr and Mrs Eggington, family and nurse, Birmingham 1, Hugo Villas, Mrs J G J ontS- Dr and Mrs Pooler, Birmingham; Mr and Mrs Nye, Battersea, London, S W Mr Morley, Loughborough Colwyn House, Mrs Hyam— Mr and Mrs M Williams, family and nurse, Oxford R E Thwaites, Boroughbridge 0 W Richardson, H Bruce, Dewsbury Artro House, Mrs Williams— Mr Lewis, Leamington Miss Pigot and Miss Hughes, Llangollen Tryweryn House, Mrs Edwards— Mr Burch, London Mr and Mrs Smith and two children, Bristol 7— Mrs P and Miss M Massey, Leeds PORKINGTON TERRACE The Cliffe, Mrs J Jones- Mr and Mrs Legg, Manchester Penmount, Mrs Evans— Dr and Mrs Routh and family, Cambridge 3, Mrs Jones— Mr J Booth, Misses Booth, Derby Miss Lomax and maid, do Mr S and Mrs Numby, Miss Scaif, Miss Harris and maid, London Miss Jack, do i:, Mr Williams— Mr, Mrs, and Master Roland Isaacs, Brussels Rev J Nicholson, London Mrs and Miss Nicholson, Liverpool; Mrs and Misses Stevens, Uxbridge Rev J, Mrs, and Mr G Wyde, Norfolk 5, Mrs Rothwell- Mr and Mrs C E Lewis, Rochdale Messrs T and G Owen. Stretford 3, Mr J Richards— Mr J Mather, Southport Dr Brent and family, Cambridge 7, Capt Lewis— Mr and Mrs and Miss Dalglish, London Mr and Mrs Walker, London; Mr, Mrs, and Miss McDonell, Mrs Druys, do; Dr and Misses Powell, Bristol 5, Miss Gritfith- Mr and Misses iilljgan,r EdinbHrgh Rev, Mrs, and Miss Doudney, Faringdon Miss Chamber- layne, Stanford-in-the-Vale Canon and Mrs Girdlestone, Mr G R Girdlestone, London Mr, Mrs, and Master J C Hoyle, Hebden Bridge Misses Carr, Ashton-on-Mersey H. Mrs Evans— Mr, Mrs, Miss, and Master Mundy and maid, London Miss Evans, do Mr and Mrs Broom- hall, Cardiff; Mr'and Mrs Morgan, Mr and Mrs Spencer. Manchester Mr and Mrs Boden aud party, Birkenhead Mr David Jones, Mel- bourne Dr Martin Randall and Mrs Randall, Wimbledon 12, Mrs Evans- Mrs Leggatt and family, Dr and Mrs Mac- kenzie, London 13, Mrs Davies— Miss Finsley and maid, Kensington, London Mr J and Miss Needham, Manchester Mrs and Misses (3) Clements, Chirk Borthwen House, Mrs Captain Evans— Major, Mrs, Miss, and Miss V Vowell, Ealing Mr, Mrs, and Miss Bone, Dulwich Mr and Mrs Power, Pendletoa Mr and Mrs Abrams, Crewe ABERAMFFRA Brynhyfryd. Mrs Dedwith- Mr and Mrs Wynne and family, London Idns View, Miss Williams— Mr and Mrs A Smith, Mr B C Smith, Birming- ham Mrs and Misses (2) Ellis, London Mr and Mrs E Hewitt, London Orielton Hall- Miss Wilkinson, London; Rev J and Mrs Harvey, Mrs and Rev F Parkinson, Cheltenham Miss Richardson, Ottery St Mary Mrs Clarke and party (3), London Hon Mr and Mrs Forester, Broseley, Salop; Misses (2) and Messrs (2) Firth, Cleckheaton Colonel and Mrs Gorham, London Mr and Miss Gould, do; Mr Thorpe, do Mr Cook, do Mr and Mrs Taylor Carr, do Mr and Mrs Appleby, do Mr, Mrs, and Master Hayford, do Mr Greaves, do Mr Gibbons, do; Mr, Mrs, and Misses (4) Griffiths, Messrs (2) Griffith, do Mrs and Miss Bowaen, do Miss Jackman, do Mr and Mrs Vetter and party (8), do Mrs Puckle, do HARBOUR VIEW 1, Miss Roberts- Mrs and Miss Capel, London; Mr and Mrs Case, Taunton, Somerset GLANABER TERRACE 4, Mrs Jones— Mr and Mrs Warwick and family, London GLANABER VILLAS 2, Mrs Roberts- Mr and Mrs Edward Bowden, Kings Norton THE QUAY Pembroke House, Mrs Williams— Mr J C and MKS Stevenson, Edinburgh Tudor House, Mrs Edwards— Mr and Mrs Tweeddale, London ABERMAW TERRACE Bodlyn House, Mrs Pugh— Mr and Mrs Birch,Manchester Cader View, Mrs G Williams— The Rev and Mrs Thomas and family, Rudford, Gloucester the Misses Siddeleys (5), Liver- pool Miss Hart, Miss Tweed, Mr and Mrs Richards, Mr and Mrs Warehatn, London; Messrs Pare and Bowdon, Banbury 4, Penbryn House, Mrs toulkes— Mrs and Misses (2) Edgeforth, Birmingham 5, Mrs Capt Morris- Mr and Mrs Roger Oakden and little boy, Miss Mabel Radcliffe, Handsworth, Birmingham Dr, Mrs, and Master Clarkson, Aston, Bir- mingham Mr and Miss Patterson, Paisley, Scotland Mr Tomlin, London CHURCH STREET Glanaber House— Captain H T and Mrs Perry, Sergeant H C Man- ton, Mias Edwards, Miss Jacques, Miss Edith Jacques, Handsworth, Birmingham; Mr and Mrs Griffin and family, Mr and Mrs Stevenson, Manchester Quay Cottage, Mrs Morris— Mr, Mrs, and Master Midgley, Armley, Leeds; Mr and Mrs Bartham, Mr S F Wright, Hands- worth 1, Glyndwr Terrace, Mrs Jones— Mr, Mrs, and Miss M Vaughan, Coventry Tynewydd, Miss Edwards— Mr 9 Wright, Mr Crump, Miss Edge, Birming- ham Mrs and Miss Lillias, Wednesbury HIGH STREET Glanmeon House, Mrs 0 Edwards— Mrs Bromwich and family, Banbury Bwlch House, Mrs E Richards— Mr, Mrs, and Misses (2) Johnston, London Mrs C Bradley, Miss Scarr, Sheffield; Mr Alfred Woolrich, Manchester Glanymor, Mrs J Evans— Mrs and Misses Craske, Stroud, Gloucestershire; Mr T R, Mrs, and Miss Marsden, Sheffield 2, Brynymor, Mrs Jones— Mr Myatt and family, Newcastle; Mr Shaw, Miss Swift, Leeds Talydon. Mrs Owen— Mr aud Mrs G W Fox and family, Manchester
ABErlDOVEY. BODFOR TERRACE 1, Mrs Jones— Mrs Hill, Hampstead Mr M Hill, do; Mr and Mrs Hill, Manchester 2, Miss Charles- Mrs Col Ruck Captain and Miss Pedley 4,- Mr Charles Wace and family, Shrewsbury; Mrs Wall, senior 5, Mrs Humphreys- Mr and Mrs Brown and family, Suffolk Eirianfa, Miss M E Williams- Mr and Mrs Pearson, family and nurses, Wel- lington, Berks GLANDOVEY TERRA CE 2, Mrs Jones— Two maids and three children, Coventry 3, Mrs Tomlins- Dr Pratt, Leicester 5, Mrs G Davies- Mrs Leaf and family (2), maids, Binswood Lawn, Leamington, Warwickshire 7, Mrs Walters- Dr and Mrs Biggam, family and maid, Wolver- hampton Mr and Mrs Stanton, Rochester, Staffs 8, Mrs Williams- Mr and Mrs Norman Morris, family and ma;d, Broxbourne 9, Mrs Bell- Mr Nott and family in Mi"Q Davies- Mr and Mrs Patterson, Chislehurst Mrs and Miss Orr, do Messrs Cooper, Johnson, Leddil, and Simpson, London 11, Otego House, Mrs Williams- Mejsrs Cuthbert Nicholson, W T Watson, and W H Hope, Wellingborougq 12, Mrs Griffith- Mr and Mrs Eastwfiod, two children and maids, Manchester 13, Mrs E Davies— Mr and Mrs J E Tunnicliffe, maid and family, London 16, Mrs Pugh Dr and Mrs McLeod, three children and two nurses, Shrewsbury SEA VIEW TERRACE 15, Ivy House, Miss L nkins — Miss McCallum Webster and maid, Lochmaddy, N B Mr, Mrs, Misses K and A, aud Mr H Roberts, Raymfadow, Broadway Mr E Walker, Stoke Orchard, Cheltenham 16. Ivy House, Mrs J Edwards- Mr and Mrs Hacker and family, London 18, Mrs J D Hughes— Dr TunnicHfe and family, London; Mrs and Master Zeigler, do 19— Mrs Bradstoek and family 23, Mss Thomas— Misses E M aud D H Weller, Masters Kalbtrer, R D Weller, F G Weller, and D Grantham 24, Mrs Vaughan- Mr Little and family. East Twickenham 28, Celtic House, Mr Owen- Mr Robinson TERRACE ROAD 1, Glyndwr. Mrs L'lmiey- Mr and Mrs Jcnes. Birmingham CLIFF SIDE 1, Mrs Morgan— Mrs Metters and family, Stratford-on-Avon; Miss Seale, London Mr J J M organ, Liverpool PENHEIG TERRACE. Morawelon- Miss Morris, Bangor PEXHELIG ROAD Brynhelig, Mrs T M Rhys— Mr Kite ener and party. Rugby May Bank Hfiuse, Mrs Ellis- Mr Kityh.-n and party, Rugby 3, Mrs R-es- Miss Amy Clarke, Coventry HILL SIDE Stanley Villa, Mrs Jenkins— Mr and YCrs C 1" Claus and family; Mrs J Ward Milbgan and Masters Milligan (3), Edgbaston, Birmingham, Miss Allen, Churchdown Chel- tenham Highcliff, Miss Jones— Mr and Mrs Beeley, Mr and Mrs Ashton, Marple, Manchester Miss Hyde, Miss Robin- ,-oil, London Pleasant View, Mrs Rowlands— Mr a.,d Mrs R B Yates and family, Canonbie Clinton, Miss Lewis— Mrs, Miss, and Messrs C H and R Weller, Bed- ford Masters C Shepherd, J Haslock, and G Crofrs CHURCH STREET 16, Mrs Edwards- Miss Jones, Llanwnog 20, Mrs R Davies- Mrs, Misses, and Master Tomlinson, Miss Adam- snns, Patricro/t, Manchester 22, Mrs Richards- Mr and Mrs Mass?, Harlesden; Mr Parker, Andover Mis- Richards. Uxbridge NEW STREET Meirion Temperance Hotel, Mrs Davies- Mr Clarke, Chester Miss Evans, Portmadoc Braichycelyn- Mr B C Pulleyn°. Mrs Pulleyne, Mr C C Pulleyne, Messrs P and R J Pulleyne, Mr G B Pulleyne, Miss and Miss P Pulleyne, Miss A Pulleyne, Miss D Pulleyne, Miss Dunn, Mr R Duun, Mr E C G Maddock, Mr L E Milburn, Mr C Smith Bryntegwel- General and Mrs A de C Scott and family, Lon- don Brynteg- Mrs Atkins Collins and Mrs Newton, India Balkam Hill- Rev Allcock and family
BALA. DISTRICT NURSE.-On Sunday last the annua collections were made in all places of worship throughout Penllyn towards the nure fund. MARRIAGE OF THE REV T. T. PHILLIPS, B.D.— The members of the Bala Independent Chapel have decided, on the occasion of the marriage of their esteemed minister, to present him with a handbome present and also to give an increase of 910 per annum in his salary. PETTY SESSIONS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9TH. —Before Co'onel E. Evans Lloyd, Roger Hughes, John Parry, and Evan Jones, EEqrs. Wilful Damage to Clothes.—John Richards of Penybont. nfar Bila, farm servant, was summoned by W. T. Rob rts, Meirion House, for having wil- fully damaged certaIn linen and wearing apparel belonging to hun. Mr J. R. Jordan, solicitor, appearel on behalf of the complainant.—Laura Jones, washerw oman, said she put out Mr Roberts's clothes to dry on the fence of Penybont field, close to Aran View. In the afternoon of the same day, she went for lie clothes, when she found that they had been thrown into the field and were badly torn. Defendant v. as in the field.—Edw. Hughes, Aran- lane, and Owen Davies, Morris-court, two young lads, said they saw defendant taking the clothes off the fmce and throw them into the field.-Com- plainant was called and stated that the clothes pro- duced were his property, which he valued at about 18?. Defendanr said he could not get the cows to pass owing to the clothes being on the fence and he lost considerable time with them. This was the first time for him to be summoned, but he supposed there was a beginning to everything. (Laughter.) — ^Ch 0ldered defendant to pay 10s 6d costs and 10s 6d for dative to clothes. Chof Attempted Suicide. -Catherine Row- lands, Plasey-alley, who as remanded last Tues- day, was brought up and cWged by Inspector Morgans with having attempted to commit suicide on Septe-nber 4th.- Tne evidence was the effect that prisoner tried to drown herself in the t'nr Dee close to Penybont. Inspector Morgan, dlO happened to be in the vicinity, asked her to come out, but she refused and told the Inspector that she had determined to do away with herself as she had had enough of lif". However, the Inspector went inio the river and got her out and persuaded her to go with her granddaughter and anothe: woman. Prisoner started in front of her companions to- wards the t,),, n. Tne Inspector stood on the Dee bridge aud before long he saw prisoner in the lake up to her neck in water. He started towards her, but as soon as he reached the rpot c he came out of the water. He took her into custody and charged her with attempting to commit eu:c:de. She replied that her granddaughter wou'd not give her any peace day or night and she preferred to do away with herself than live such a life.-Ti e evidence adduced by Eliz. Rowlands, the granddaughter, wps to the ( ff-et that she and the prisoner were going towards :the Dee bridge on the day in question when they quarrel'd and prisoner said she was go- ing to do away with herself. Witness tried to get her ont of the water, but failed. She saw Inspec- tor Morgan corning along the road and she shouted to him. He came up and polled the prisoner out. —The Bench bound 'he prisoner over in the sum of f5 to be of good behaviour.
CRICCIETH. A OTERS LIST^.—The revising barrister, Mr W. Baldwyn Yaopo, held his revision court at the White Lion Hr tel on Monday. Only one voter was objected to. HARVEST FESTIVAL.—Harvest thanksgiving ser- vices were held in the Church on Tuesday, Sept. 12th. Services were held in English in the morn- ing at eight o'clock and in the afternoon at three. Welsh services were held "t ten o'clock and at seven in the evening. The preacher at the Welsh evening service was the Rev. David Jones, vicar of Abereirch. LECTURES,—Two costume Icctrres, illustrating scenes in Palestine, were delivered in the Parish Room on Thursday by the Rev. Samuel Schor. The cli-ir was taken by the rector, the Rev. J. Lloyd Jones. After each lecturs interesting articles were exhibited for scle for the benefit of the mis- sionary work in the Holy Land. AUCTION.—Four freehold cottages pnd gardens, known as Ty'DylTolt, and three newly-built lease- hold bouses in Cas' Ie-street, wpre offered for sale at the George Hotel on Saturday afternoon. Mr Henry Roberts was the auctioneer. The freehold property was first put up in one lot and was started at £ 600. It was eventually withdrawn at f720. The property was then put up in four lots. No bids were made for lots 1, 3, 4, and lot 2 started at £ 200 and was ultimately withdrawn at E250. The leasehold cottages in Castle-street were not sold.
PWLLHELI. APPOINTMENT.—The Rev W. E. Jones of Dol- benmaen, has been appointed to the living of Llanor, near Pwllheli. TRIP.—A Sunday school trip of some hundreds of people and children from Penygroes paid a visit to Pwllheli on Monday last and spent a good time. HARVESTING. Harvesting is nearly over in Lleyn and the district. Crops are good and give great satisfaction. WATER SUPPLY AT NEviN.-There has been a slight scarcity of water in Nevin this summer and the question of a future and sufficient supply will soon engage the attention of the authorities there. TYDr, LLA.NBEDROG. -This old and well known public house-is to be taken down and in its place will be built a large and commodious hostelry for the accommodation of tourists and visitors. SUCCESS.—Mr John Richard Ellis, son of the Rev John Ellis, Edge Hill, and brother of Mrs Dr R. Rees of this town, has passed the usual Board of Trade sxamination as captain. STEAM ROLLER.—A steam roller, engaged by the Corporation, is just now doing work on the South Beach embankment road. Several otiier streets in the town are said to be in nsed of the same attention. COMING OF AGE.—Mr Claude Lloyd Edwards of Nanhoron, will attain his majority this week and the event will be suitably celebrated. Mr Edwards has already shown great interest in agri- cultural and other matters in the district, and is well spoken of by his tenants. COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT ENTERTAINMENT.—The local minstrel troupe, composed of members of the Pwllheli Cricket Club, gave a complimentary benefit entertainment at the West-end Assembly Room on Tuesday night. September 12th, to Mr and Mrs F. E. Young. The concert was well patronised. MARRIAGE.—On Thursday, September 7th, at Salem Chapel, in the presence of Mr R. T. Pritchard, registrar, the Rev W. Ryle Davies officiating, Mr William Pritchard Roberts, son of Mr Richard Roberts, 2, Roden street, Holloway, London, was married to Miss Annie Griffithq, d ughter of the late Mr Griffith Griffiths of Ynye- creua, Llangybi. Mr Roberts, stationmaster, Duffws, cousin to the bridegroom, acted as best man and Miss Williams, Penrhyndeudraeth, niece to the bride, as bridesmaid The Wedding March was played by Miss Winnie Jones, Gaerwen House. A large number of friends and relatives partook of the wedding breakfast which was provided at the Eifl Hotel. The Rev W. Ryle Davies presided and Mr W. Pritchard, Nanho on, uncle to the bride- groom, acted as vice-chairman. FIRE.—A serious fire broke out on the Allt Fawr" Rock, Aberech-road, about ten a.m. on Friday last and lasted for hours, causing much damage. Stones rolled down into the road on to the houses and ino the yards in Abererch-road. The occupiers were much alarmed and the danger to them and pedestrians was considerable. A lad named John Williams, porter at the Cambrian Station, who, wFth others, was engaged in trying to check the fire, was struck on the thigh by a stone which rolled from above where he stood, his leg being broken. He was at once conveyed home and attended by D^. O. W. Griffith and Jones. The fire brigade appeared upon the sce.e about ten p.m., but in consequence of the defective ap- paratus which they possessed their efforts were very feeble. The fire, which was caused by a youth, smouldered uctil the following day. It is thirty-two years since there was such a conflagra- tion in the sf-me place before. The face of the rock has an unsightly appearance in consequence.
ABERYSTWYTH. MARINE TERRACE Hotel Cambria- Mr and Mrs Dronsfield, Mr and Mrs H Jones, family and nurse, Mr and Mrs Everitt, Mr J and the Misses Everitt, r and Mrs Mellor, Mr and Mrs Cond, Mr Fuller, Misses Andre, Mrs J B Wood and maid, Mr Wood, Mrs Nickolson, Mr Gibson, Mrs and Mrs and Misses (2) Harper Mrs Battersby, Mr Owen, Mr Broadway. Mrs Jobson, family and governess; M r Lysett, Mr Fell, Mr Williams, Miss F Wood, Mr R Wood, Mr Grant, Mr and Mrs Chat win, Mr Collins, Mr Atkins, Mr and Mrs Broadbent, Miss Broadbent, Mr James, Oxford Mr Sims, Cardiff; Mr and I Mrs Corner. Miss Rushton, Miss Dorothy Hindle Rock House, Mu Harry Lloyd- Mr and Mr 1.3arnsley and family, Netherton, nr Dudley Mr and Mrs Frail, baby and nurse, London Mis-es (2) Menhuick, do Miss Harris, Shrewsbury 3, Penrock House, Mrs Jenkins- Mr and Mrs Watts, Mrs Smith, St Ives; Mr and Mrs L Marshall, Wolverhampton Mr John Marshall, do Misses Chisnal, Liver- pool Mr Lewis and family, Cardiff 4, Oxford us- Mrs Rowlands— Mr and Mrs Griffi hs, Ludlow Mr, Mrs, and Master John-, London Mr, Mrs, and Miss Muriel All. n, Miss L Jarvis, Birmingham 5, Osborne H use, Miss Morgan- M isse? and Mit-s M Chappell, Breaston, Derby; Mr and Mrs Mered th and family. Manchester; Mis" Stock, d > Mr & Mrs Muddiman and 2 children, io Mrs Thomas and children, Miss Me lings, Montgomery 6, Miss Coie Mrs Frank and family, Mrs Green, family and maid, nr Welshpool Rev, Mrs, and Misses White, Ciiurc stoke Misses Marsh, Bilston 7, Miss Jorws- Mrs Hoskitit. Wolverhampton Miss Stuart, Pocklington -Ni,ss Gr,ig, Leamington, Spa; Mise Roake..10 Misses Harnison, Miss R ming on, Mrs Harrison, Ross Mrs and Messis Mori-an, Mr R Morgan, Hereford; Miss -Nio.A-,t n under-Lyne Miss Walley, do Mr a'd Mrs Maskew, R-.msey, Rants; Miss an > Miss A Moate, Sydenham, Kent 8, Mrs Davies Mrs, Mi-^s E, and MessrsT and W Kirkby. Trescott Grange, WolvErhampton Misses Loxdale Warren, Mor»ille Hall, Bridgnorth Miss Turner, Sou'h Kensington. London Mr and Mrs T H J. nps and son, Mr and Mrs F H Smith and s n, Birmingham Mr an Mrs C H Tebbutt and family, Edgbaston, Birming- ham Mr- Knight, Atherstone. Warwickshire; Mr and Mr. Tbbutl and family, Edgbaston Mrs Iv ig t, Atherstone 9, Miss Ivill "I' is- Misses Jacks m, Withington, Manchester Miss Fothergili, M ^s Side, do: Mrs and Miss Fov, It- •, Lampeter Mrs Wycherley, Pitch- ford Mrs F Adums, Shrewsbury Mr and Mrs Warren, family and maid, Wolverhampton l Continued on Page S.
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