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r PUBLIC NOTICES. CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS. IMPORTANT ACCELERATION, JULY, AUGUST AND SEPTEMBER, 1893. LONDON, BIRMINGHAM, WOLVERHAMPTON, ,&c., WITH ABERYSTWYTH, BARMOUTH, BRECON. &c. Downs. a.m. p p.m. ep. 9 30 Barmouth dep. 2 15 Hir'ittgltain (New-st) 11 30 Tpwyu „ 2 66 W'fckiuptond^N.W.) „ 12 3 AberdQvey 3 10 ry 1 35 Aberysfcwith 2 50 Hewtowti arr. 2 43 Borth 3 12 Lisnicnoes 3 15 Machynlleth. » 8 45 Kksiynder „ 3 40 Brecon 1 23 Buifili Wells 4 19 i ,(luilth Wel. 2 55 Brecoa 5 15 Khayader 3 40 .Machynlleth 3 .40 Llanidloes. •• 4 11 Borth. „ 4 9, Newtown 4 47 JLhervstwytU 4 30 Shrewsbury arr. 6 5 .Abectiavey 4.10 W'huuipton (LNW) „ 7 29 *Towyn „ 4 20 Bir'gham (New-st,) 7 55 B&roMoib* 4 ,50 London (Euston). „ 10 15 I.T y 4 20 Bir'gham (New-st,) 7 55 4,50 London (Euston). „ 1015 ♦This train is continued from Barmouth to Criocieth, Portmadoc, and Pwllheli. For further informa- tion see Time Bills. € HEAP .WE^K END AND FORTNIGHTLY TICKETS* are now issued to Aberystwyth, Barmouth, and other WATERING PLACES on the Cambrian Coast. For full particulars respecting >i>lJ::M and train times, see bills, to be had at all Stations. 1VTEWTOWN$AELY CLOSING MOVEMENT. Ou EVERY FRIDAY in JULY, AUGUST, &t>& SK PTE MB Ell, CHEAP RETURN TICKETS will be ISSUED FRpM NE, WTOWN to I LÙLndinam at 2 30,p m. 1 gd. Montgomery at 2 13 p.m. ( Welshpool at 2 13 p.m. I 1/3 iThird Class Fares fcr the Double Journey. Children binder Three Years of Age. Free; above Three and rumler Twelve, Half-fare.. First Class Tickets issued At 4oable the Third Class Fares. The Tickets will be available for RETURN the SAME DAY as follows ^From Llandinam at 7 43 p.m., Montgomery 7 15 p.m. or 9 57 p.m., Welshpool 7 0 p.m. or 9 45 p.m. ALFRED ASLETT, Secretary aud General Manager. i" •NEW ILLUSTRATED PAMPHLET Issued by the Cambrian Railways Company, Price 2d. WHERE TO STAY AND WHAT TO SEE IN WILD AND PICTURESQUE WALES, Containing 17 Meisenbach Views of Aberystwyth Sarmoath, and other Cambrian Seaside and Holiday BMOIU, from Photographs by Mr J: Maclardy. of -Ogwa". with a list of Hotels, Inns, Farmhouse and "Country Lodgings. To be obtained at all English aac1 Welsh Railway Booketalls and at all Cambrian Stations. Also from ALFRED ASLETT, Secretary and General Manager. Company's Offices, Oswestry, August, 1893. WHAT THE PRESS SAY! It is a useful little book, and we hope it will in. ,Ilwe many readers to visit the charming pcenes -.vhich tie on and about tl.e Cambrian.—Oswestry AdeertZzer. Invaluable to all Holiday Makers.—Llangollen Ad. Mertiztr. Tho information ta of a thoroughly practical nature. TIu Gentlewoman. Arranged in A manner which will be of immense ,mvice to the Traveller. Moo, fgomerysaire Express. 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