CONWAY. I PLACES OF PUBLIC WORSHIP, AND I THEIR MINISTERS. The Parish Church. Vicar—Rev. M. Morgan, M.A. Clerk-Mr Wm Davies, bootmaker, High-street English Service at 11 a.m., and Welsh Service at 3.30 p.m., alternately throughout the year. Wesleyan Chapel, Chapel-street Rev W Evans, minister Services, morning and evening, in Welsh. Sunday School held at 2 o'clock in the afternoon Calvinistic Methodist Chapel, Chapel-street Welsh Services morning and evening. Sunday School at 2 o'clock, p.m. Congregational Chapel, Chapel-street Rev J Roberts, minister English Service every alternate Sunday, at 11 o'olock ill the morning and Welsh in the evening. Sunday School at 2 p.m. Baptist Chapel, Lancaster-square ltev W Jones, minister Services, morning and evening, in Welsh PUBLIC BUILDINGS, &c. The Parah Church—entrances from Castle-street and Rose-iiill -street Congregational Chapel, Chapel-street i CaWiiuntic Methodist Chapel, ditto Wesleyan Chapel, ditto Baptist Chapel, Lancaster-square National Schoolrooms, Rose-hill-street Ifarket Hall, Castle-street [opposite the bottom of High- street] Newsroom and Library,—Market Hall Police Station, Lancaster-square,—Mr J Evans, In. spec tor Railway Station, adjoining the Erskine Arm* Hotel Post Office, Castle-Street,—Mr T A Roberts, postmaster Stamp Office, Rose-hill-street -Mrs Webster Guild Hall and County Court—near the entrance to the Castle Circulating Library, High-street -Mr W Bridge Gas Works, near the Marsh Workhouse, ditto, on the road leading to Penmaenbach National Tiovinei.il Bank of England, Castle-street,- W Owens, Esq, manager Principal Hotels and Inns :rlie Erskine Arms Hotel; Castle Hotel; Harp Hotel; Black Horse Inu Black Lion Inn; Blue Bell Inn George and Dragon lun Temperance Hotels -Mr. Evan Richardson, Lancaster- square and Mr Wm Jones, bottom of High-street— proprietors PLACES OE PUBLIC INTEREST. The ancient Castle—custodian, Mr Owen Jones The Castle Walls, with their Towers The Tubular and Suspension Bridges over the river Con- way, close to the Castle Plas Mawr, in High-street, a mansion built in the reign of Queen Elizabeth Old CoIleR" Castle-street Market Gardens, Rose-hill-street—Mr E Hughes, pro- prietor The Railway passes through the town to Chester, Car aarvon, Holyhead, and Llandudno. Cars to be obtained to aU parts of the district. A steamer plies daily between Conway and Trefriw, up the river. during full tides. CON %VL AY OOltllolZATION.-Member., and Officers Mayor—ThomM l'rice Lloyd, Esq, Pengwern, St Asaph Recorder—Henry Jones, Esq, Bodidda Architect—Geo Keltou, Esq, Llandudno Bailiffs—J Williams, Esq, Bodafon, and Mr W Davies, Conway Solicitor—W Hughes, Esq, Castle-street Agent—Mr W Bridge. High-street Sergeants-at-lace—Mr William Evans and Mr Thomas Jones Members—J Lloyd Jones, Esq, Dyganwy Rev M Mor- gan, Vicar Messrs Evan Hughes, T A Roberta, David Owen, Bodrheinallt, M T Edwards, Wm Davies, Robt Davies, Luke Roberta, Hobt Jones, Rose-hill, 0 Jones, and Thos Roberts LIST OF VISITORS. Castle ilotel-llrs Kertland, Proprietress Mr and Mrs Bay ley and party, Liverpool Sydney Rawdnity, Esq, London H N Obbard, Esq, ( amberwell, do H J Robins, Esq, Denmark-road, do Rev H Mainwrigiit, Liverpool Mrs Mainwright W R Winch, Esq, London Mr H"Mer, Upper St., Worcester Mrs Holder 6 Richardson, Esq, Bradford G Oilberman, Esti, do C Tyser, Rsq H P Tyser, Eall P M de Kerehove, Esq, BelUm Caitis, Belgium C Dubois Nroytawd, q, Hall Outle, do A De Bowkins, Antwerp, do Harp Hotel—M r Griffiths, proprietor F or Cutts, Eoq, Liverpool J B Driver, Esq, Manchester Mr T Wormald, Stockport Mr Hobson, Ashton-under-lyne Miss Hobeon Rev T Jackson, Hereford Mr Jackson, do Mia Jones, Manchester Miss Jones, Bagillt Captain Huntington, London Messrs Child, Birmingham Mr Parish, do J L Atkinson, Esq, London R Atkinson, Esq, do Miss Atkinson, do P H Hunter, Esq, Leamingtod H Chambers, Esq, Holywell Mr Wynlle, Rhyl Mr Marshall, Dublin Rose llill-Mr Wm Jones C'ompton House—Mr E Jones J M Campoell, Esq, and family M isses Roberts, Beaumaris Miss Jones Temperance flotti-Mr E Richud. proprietor Mr Liudlcy, Doncaster Mrs Lindley Mr G Q Lawrence, Chili Mr M Q Lawrence, do Mr R G Leicester Mr G C Leicester Mr G S Leicester Mr Roberts, Holloway, London Mr Evans, Chester Mr Taylor, do Mr Johnstone, London Mr Luke, do Aberconicy Tempefcincc BottI-Mr. Jones. Mr A Dudley, Birmingham M r Davies, itilan(I revenue officer Mrs Thomas, Rhyl Mrs H Deaves, Shrewsbury Mrs G Deaves and family, do Mias M Egerton, do Rev A Rush ton and family, Manchester Mr S Rushton, Macclesfield Mr E Rushton, do Mr W James, Redditch Plas Vardref. Erskine Arms Hotel-Mr Stuckey, proprietor H Jones, Esq, Bodidda—Private Mr Jones, stationer, Rosehill-street Black Horse Vaults-Castle.street Miss Williamg-fower Gate. Mrs Thomas, saddler, High-street Mr Wm Davies, bootmaker. High-street Mrs Hughes, baker and confectioner, High-street Mr Luke Roberta, baker and confectioner, Berry-street Mr Thomas Williams, butcher, High-street Mrs H Hughes, Rose Place Mr Wm Hughes, grocer and flour dealer, High-street Mr Maurice Owen, cabinetmaker, High-street Capt Roberts, High,street-Private Mr John W Jones, High-street—Private Mrs Swainson, High-street-Private Mr Hugh Hughes, shoemaker, High-street Mrs. W. Jones—Birmingham House Mrs Parlour and family, London Miss F M Smith, do Mr Brown, High-street Mr 0 Jones, tanner, currier, and ironmonger, Lan- caster-square Mr E Richardson, grocer and general dealer, Lancaster square Mr M Jones, Ale and Porter Stores, Rose-hill Street Mr Llovd, Shrewsbury Mr Andrews, do H J Foot, EHq, Geological Surveyor of Ireland F H Berry, Esq, Black Rock, Dublin Mr Robert Hvans. Manchester Mr William Jones, coal merchant, Strtion Yard. Mr Smith, Boot Inn, Lancaster Square Mr Evan Jones, Druggist, Lancaster-square. Mr. Wtn. Jones, Confectioner, High-Btreet. Mrs Jane Jones, Draper, High-street. Mr Tosdevine, Coach and Horses Inn, High-street Mr Robert Davies, Vaults, High-street Mr Edwards, Dispensing Chemist, High-street R Jones, Esq, surgeon, High-street—Private R Hughes, Esq, M.D., High-street—Private Mr T Snook, H.M.'s Customs, Berry-street Mr Bridge, Gorphwysfa—Private Rev J Roberts, [Brynmair] Conway Beach Rev J 1) Miller, Aston Lodge, Derby Mrs Miller and family Mr F B Miller, Liverpool Mrs Miller and family Rev M Morgan, Vicar, Rose-hill-Private Mrs Denison, Bodlondeb—Private J LI Thomas, Eq, M.D, W Hughes, Esq, solicitor, Castle-street—Private R Davies, Esq, Benarth—Private Simcox, Esq, Bryn I,letty'radar-Private Mr T Jonei, Castle Bault-Private Mr Adam Roberts, Regent House Wm Owen, Esq, Bank—Private Mrs Parry, milliner, Castle-street D Owen, Fs;, Bodrheiiiallt- Private Mr M T Edwards, Rosehill-street-Private Miss Williams-Porth Isaf. C H Weston, Esq Mrs Weston Master Weston Misses Weston mines Westoii Royal Cottage J Saunders, Esq, and family, London Miss Hughes—Mount Pleasant Dr Newbolil and family, Lyndhurst, Hants Mrs Molyneux Mr Freeman Miss Freeman Miss Freeman Mrs Hughes Broner),i, J Stannistreet, Esq, Abercrombie-square, Liverpool Ilro Stan iiiqtrec-t and family Miss Stannistreet Mr Gee Miss Gee Mim Gee Mr W Jones-Rooohill.street Mr R ,rones-jauchester House Miss Cash, Warrington Miss Morgan, Liverpool Miss Sumner, do Rev A P Kelly, Hoxton, London Mrs Kelly and family Mr E f),¡vies- London House Mr R Jones, Refreshment Rooms, Rosehill-street.
PENMAENMAWR. j LIST OF VISITORS. I Penayffryn-S D Diirbisliire, Esq. Private Qlyi, H. N. Winstanley, Esq. Private Bodhyfryd—Mr H Jones, Shop, (Dwygyfyehi.) Post- "A.-Office & Grocer Cross-keys Tavern—Mr Thomas Roberts Bedol Iiiii-Mr Wm Evans Tai Bach— Rev C Bowen ,ran'r ullt-Nlr, Owen Williams. Grocer Clae Main H Cram, EFq G W Tobias, Esq, and family, Liverpool Vicarage-Rev D Thomas, M.A. Private Tiiiiygraig-Nir B Williams. Shoemaker & Grocer Trwyn'r Wylfa-D Hughes, Esq. Private Tan y foci-Murray Gladstone, Esq. Private Plas Ucha—Mrs Macdonald. Private Plas Isa-G Johnston, Esq. Private Tyddyn bach-G Sherlock, Esq, Architect. Private Tyddyn bifan-Mr Wm Roberts Chapel House—Mr John Williams, Provision Dealer Erw Villa, No. I-Mr Robert Hudson Mr and Mrs ColUnson, and family, Queen's Park Chester Mr and Mis Fe Johnson, and family, Southpoit Miss Louisa Owen, Chester Erw Villa, No. 2-N4r John Thomas, Buihler Erw Lvdan—Mr John Jones, grocer, &c. T Richmond, Esq, Manchester Miss Richmond Pen Riiiw-Mr William Williams Mr Arthur Briggs, Bradford, Yorkshire Mr liriggsin(I family Vron Cottvige-Nfr Richard Williams Mr Bateson, Eastwood, Wavertree Mrs Bateson and family Island View-Mr Daniel Roberts Mr Jones, Lburwt Mrs Jones and family Bryngoleu—Mrs Pritchard Mrs A J Henley and family, Derby Erw Allt Cottage-Mr Robert Jones I t Robert Jones OrineA Head View—Mr Robert Jones J G Morris, Esq, The Abbey, Graseendale, near Liver- pool Mrs Nforrisiiid family Sea View-Mi-is Jones J Entboven, Esq. Arrow Hall, Birkenhead Mrs Euthoven and family Pen'r Allt-Mr Thomas Roberts Misses Wilsons, Liverpool Bryntirion, No I-Mrs Roberts Bryntirion. No 2-Mr Robert Jones Mrs Johti Phlpson, Brighton MiseF H Phipsbn, Birmingham Pen y Marian—Mr T Jones Mrs Sang and the family of Geo. Irvine, Esq, Dingle Hill, Liverpool Monii View, No 1-—Mr R Thomas Miss A A Raikes, Llanegryn, Mold Miss L D Raikes Miss E M Raikes Master A S Raikeo Miss J F Jones, Birmingham Mrs King, Liverpool Miss King, do Mr R J King, do Miss Jones, do Miss Thompson, do Monu View, No 2 Ur R Thomas Mrs Nairn and family, Wetheral, near Cnrlisle Mr Wm Kershaw, Heyyood; near Manchester Mrs Kershaw and family Rhiwlas-Mr, John Rowlands Glany Ffrwd—Mr T McCiement Mr Haseler, Birmingham Mrs Haieler and family, do Tremynfa—Mr T Thomas Tabet Bryn Maenol- Mr T Huches Fron Heutog—Rev W Brewster Rev Rowden Smith, Derby Mrs Smith and family Cue Eithyn—Mrs Lyons And Mrs Grant Mr Hugh Perkins and family, Liverpool Fron Hyfryd—Mrs Williams Glan y Mor-J Hafrison, Esq Capt J Bityly, Ireland Mrs Bayly and family, do Iarientlir-J Harrison, Esq W, J. Marrow, Esq, Liverpool Mrs Marrow I rs Harrison and family, Chester Fronwrndon- RevW Pureell F Johnston, Eeq, Liverpool Mrs Johnston and family, do Hafod—Miss Whitley W Harrison, Esq. Prince's Park, Liverpool Mrs Harrison and family, do Miss Hesketh Plas Rhwyfryn-Mr Edwin Wyatt Tyndall Bright, Esq, Liverpool Mrs Bright and family, ditto Railway Station—Mr G Crosby, Statlonmaster Brook Cottlige-Mr Robert Roberts, Builder Mrs Gough and family, Birmingham Bryn Derwen-Mr T A Roberts, chemist & druggist Mr H Parsons and family, Oxford Mountain View—Mr W. P. Ayres Llwyn Olin Cottage-Nlr John Jones Mr Molyneux and family. Salop GJandwr-Mr Robert Thomas Miss Paske, Leamington Fancy Bizaar-Mr T Patrick Brynmor—W Jones, Esq. Private Bron Eryri-Mr Win Roberts, Post-office Penmaen CottHge-J E Norton, Esq, M.D. Private Penrnaenmuwr Hotel-Misg Smith Miss E Stewart, Edinburgh Thomas Newton, Ellclt Sheffield M i ises Newton Brooke, Esq, Manchester Mrs Brooke Bullock, Esq, Hawthorne House, Handsworth, Bir- mingham Mrs Bullock T W Phillips, Esq, and family, Heybridge Madame Pen china E C Howard, Esq, Birmingham Mrs Howard and family Jas Backhouse, Esq, York Jas Backhonse, Esq, jun. J H Hosken, I-sq F Lewis, Ksq, Lichfield Mr G M Tytler, Edinburgh Mrs Tytler Mr Simpson, Lichfield Mrs Simpson Rev James Russell Wood, Blackheath, London Mrs Wood, do Andrew Wood, Esq, do Mrs Wood and family Aspinall, Esq, Standen Hall, Clitheroe Mrs Aspinall Miss Aspinall Litherland, Esq, Liverpool S S Bacon, Esq, do Geo Irvine, Esq, Dingle Hill, Liverpool P Irvine, Esq, do J Stubbs, Esq, Gateacre, Liverpool Mr Chas T Heywood, Claremont, Manchester Mrs Heywood and family R Assheton, Esq, Downham Hall, Clithero Mrs Assheton and family Plus Celyn-H Kneeshaw, Esq. Private Celyn-rly-Mr Duncan Private Wyutt's Livery Stables—Mr Edwin Wyatt Ty Mllwr-Mr Uvin Porter Robinson Mr S Francis Stone, Leicester Mrs Stone and family Rev H D Morgan and family, Birmingham plas Ty Mawr—Mrs Davies S L BelirenB, Esq, and family, Manchester Islington House-Mr H Davies. Tailor and Draper Bryn Maenan— MrO. Williams Misses Wethered, Clifton Roht Hughes, M D Chapel House Mr John Evans Rev Andrew Wood, Ruddington Vicarage, Notts Mrs Wood and family Brynderw—Mr Wm RobertB Miss West, Wraby, Lincolnshire Seiriol Vie %v-,Nlr R Evans, GrocJr, &c. Plas Maelgwyn— Mr J WiUiams Rd Holden, Esa, Liverpool Mrs Holden and family, do Black Lion-Mrs Davies Bryn Seiriol-Mr M Evans, Tailor & Draper Frondeg -Mr Samuel Jones Liverpool House-Mr W Lewis. Provision Warehouse Pe..?e House-Mr John Jo.es. Boot & Shoe m..ker Manchester House-Mrs M Jones, Milliner and Draper i'rondinon—Mr H Williams, Tuuor Rev S Plant, Weston Vicarage, Stafford MrB Plant and hmily No. 1, Chester HouRe-Mr T. T. Roberts, Orocer. No. 2, Chester Houlle-Mr, Mark Hobert,.¡, J Young, Esq, Bury, Lancashire Mrs Young and family No 1, London House —Mr T. Ll. Roberts, general Draper and Silk Mercer. No. 2, London House-Mr. Mark Roberts. Mr P F Garnett and family, Liverpool NiNetian Cottage-Mrs Thos Jones Rev Alexander Ihomson Mrs Thomson Miss Pope, Manchester North Vieiv—T Wright. Esq Private Victoria Hotel-Mr .t..hl! Jones Rev H Evans, Bristol Mrs Evans Miss Evans Goat Inn-Mr Edwafd Morris BUTCHERS. Nunt y Glyn, Dvvygyfylchi-Mr R Davies I Pant yr Afon. Pemnnenmawr-M' J W Jones » Penmaenmawr Vilhute-Mr Divid Williams Fenmaenmawr Village Mr John Jones PIACES OF PUBLIC WORSHIP AND THEIR MINISTERS. St. G«ynan's, D"yg'yfvtrhi. Rev D Thomas, M.A., Vicar } ( T Wiiglit, lisq, North View Churchwardens j Vernon Esq. Pendyffryn Clarke-Jr D Davies, Pentre'ifelin Organist-Nlr Evans, Nation. Schoolmaster Welsh 9 30 a in Services English 3 0pm Welsh 6 (ipin The holy communion (Welsh) the first Sunday in the month, after morning services. On the third Sunday in each month there will be litany and holy communion at the Parish Church at II a In Penmaenmawr Infant School. Church of England Morning Services at II a m The Vicar wouldfeel much ;obliged to any English Clergyman who would kindly offer him assistance in giving additional English Services on Sundays during the season. New Congre,,otional Chapel.- Rev. E Ednitinds, min, Sunday (English Service) at 11 I;) a.m. Do. do. 3 0 p.m. Rev A. Thomson, Manchester, will preach to-morrow, and also to-morrow week. Sunday (Welsh) at 9 30 a.m. Do. do. 6 0 p.m. Do. School .2 0 p.m. Dwygyfvlchi Congregational Chapel Sunday [Welsh] School at 10 a.m. Do. do. .] Service 2 p.m. Do. do. do. 6 p.m. Calvinistic Methodist Cbapel, Penycae. Welsh Service 9 30 a.m., Sunday School 2 p.m., Service 6 p.m. Wesleyan Methodist Chapel. Sunday (Welsh) 9 30 a.m., 6 p.m., Sunday School 2 POST OFFICE REGULATIONS. The office is opened on week days during summer months from 7 It. to till 9 p m.; ikild letters despatched at 6 20 p.m. Postage stamos, stamped envelopes, and London Postal District List are sold. Money orde, a and Savings Bank Transactions are M. sued and paid from 9 a m till 6 p m, and on Saturdays till 8 pm. On Sunday no money order business is transacted. The delivery begins at 8 30 a m, The letter box is closed 5 minutes before despatch
WANTEI), a Situation as PLAIN COOK.— No objection to take the place of Housr m tid, Apply—C. H., 11, Albert Street, Upjicr Bangor. TUDNO CASTLE, LLANDUDNO. TO RE LET. FURNISHED APARTMENTS, J. containing Five Sitting Rooms, Fifteen Bedrooms, Water Closets, Pantries, Servants' Hull, and all the re- quisites of a comfortable residence. A Coach-house and Stables fir one or more horses. A large Playground in front. Tudno Castle, which is newly erecteil, commands views of both Bays, and the Carnarvonshire Range of Mountains. Apply to Mr. R. Williams, on the premises. Price One Shilling ;-Post Free for IS Stamps. MARTIN'S REEK'S WANDERINGS IN WALES. NEW EDITION. ENTIRELY REWRITTEN. WITH AN appendix of anatural history, A MAP, AND VIEW OF THE BRIDGES Published by J. K. Dnror.AS, at The Forth Walt, Chronicle Office, Bangor. RHYL, CARTES DE VISITE. T V 71SIT0RS to Rh.Y) nm ?spccttnUY rcqnpst- ed before h"vin their Photographs taken to ex- amine T. Brown's SPECIMENS on tlio West Parade, and at the Kstablishmant, 7t Wellington Road. No Photographs issued inferior to specimens exhibited. Cartes, 10s. the first dozen. fis. the half dozen. "We have never seen Photographs so clear and life-like Mr. B,.own's,jVhit<iwl'w Hcrahl. ANNIVERSARY MEETING OF THE LLA XDRtl. 10■ VS-RHOS LADIES' CLUB. Will take place on THURSDAY, July 7th, 1S64. THE Ladies and Members will meet at 12 L o'clock and attend Divine Service in the Parish Church at Half-past Two o'clock, after which TEA will he Provided in a large Tent by Mrs. J OES, Swan Inn, Mochdre, at 4 o'clock, p.m. An Efficient BAND lias been engaged, which ivill head the Procession and be in attendance during the Evening. Tea tickets, One Shilling Each. PUEB AERATED WATERS PT.T.IS'S, RTTTHIN, SODA WATER. ELLIS'S. KITH IN, POTASS WATER. ELLIS'S, RIJTHIN, SELTZER WATER, ELLIS'S, RUTHIN, LEMONADE. ELLIS'S LITHIA AND POTASS WATER, AS EXCELLENT INTERNAL REMEDY FOR OOCT. The Public are particulary requested to observe that every Cork is branded R. Ellis and Son, Ruthin, with- out which none is genuine.. May he obtained from all respectable Chemist, Con- fertiouers, and Hotel-keepm and wholesale only, from R. ELLIS & SON, Ruthin, North Wales. Sold by :—Thomas Williams, Chemist; D. O. Williams, ditto; Robert Hughes, Confectioner; Hityn, Wine Mer- chant Chantrey, Wine Merchant; and at all the Hotels. J. JOHNSON, No. 4, GLODDAETH CRESCENT. Stables, Back Mostyn St., behind No. 3, St. George's Crescent). Open and Close Carriages, with good horses for hire per mile, day or hour, with steady drivers, acquainted with all the drives and places of interest in the neighbour- hood. WAGGONETTES,&c.,suitableforploasure yy and pic-nic parties for making tours through the beautiful and far-famed Vales of Conway and Llan. rwst; to Trefriw, Llanrwst, Bettwa y Coed, (past the Miner's Brirlgp. ami the SwallowWaterfall), Capel Curig; to Beddgelert, the Ogwen, passt Nant Francou, and returning through the pass of Llanberis. CONCENTRATED FLUID EXTRACT OF JAMAICA SARSAPARILLA. THE experience of many years has fully Test,,tblished the reputation of this p,u ticular pre- MMtinn as containing more of the virtues of the root from which it is procured than the decoction made in the ordiuarv way over a fire. It is well known that Sarsapairlla sweetens the blood, improves a bad habit of the body, and by giving the eu- taneous vessels a regular action removes disposition to Erysipelatous inflamation, and thoso affections resem- bling it, from which so nwny persons periodically Buffer; and that it also frees the system from what may be term- ed the sequels of a mercurial course. When taken in the Spring and fall of the year as an alterative median, it will be found to impart that stamina to the constitu- tion, which is indicated by firmness of flesh, regula- rity of appetite, and freshness of complexion. Prepared ati(I gold only by 11; T, .T. EDWARDS, CHEMIST, HIGH-STREET, CONWAY, in Bottles, 2s. 3d., 4s., 7.. 6.1., and lis .Any commands per post will be sent per rail to any address. 1 8 6.. THROUGH BOOKING BETWEEN LIANPUDNO AND BANGOR, ALSO FROlf IiHTL AND ABERGELE. Commencing on Monday, June 20th. FOUR-HORSE COACHES. PER RAIL TO-LLANHWST, THENCE PER COACH, Via Bettm y Coed, the Swallow Waterfalls, Capel Curiff, The Vale of Nant Francon, and the Great Penrhjn Mate Quarries, allowing ample time for parties to visit the Britannia and ffettai Bridyes, before the Return Tram leaven Bangor. r1 nUE Pnhlk are most MspectfnHy inform- Jt ? that the PRINCE OF WALTS FOUR- HORSE COACH, being the Original Coach on this much-admiral Route, will run every day (Suntlaye excepted), during the Summer beason, from the BiilTISH HOTBL, BAGOR, at 8 a.m. passing through BETHESDA, the GREAT PFNlitlYN SLATE QUA It HIES, through the much- admired PASS OF NANT FHANCON, along the mar- ffin of the OUNVEN LAKE, by CAPEL CGRIa and th.) SWALLOW WATERFALLS, through BFTTWS- Y-COED to LLANRWST, in time for the 12 50 p.m. Train for Conway, Llaududno, Abergele, Rhyl, Chester, ( LUlll 1,111. RetarLi.4 froin LLANRWST on the arrival of the 12 15 p.m. ram, reaching the BRITISH HO I'EL, BAN- GOIl at 4 40 in time for the Trains to Carnarvon, Holyhead. Conway, Llandudno, Rhyl and Chester. Through Tickets can be had at the Railway SLttiniii3 at ltlivi, Abergele, Llandudno, and Llandudno Junc- tion Awl Pasneilgers must be careful to explain, at the time of Booking, that they require Tickets for the Coach Tour, to prevent mistakes. Through Fares libyl to Bangor, or ) First Class, Second Class. Vice Ver&,L i lis. lid. 10s. 3d. Abergele to Bangor, 10Si ga. 9b. 6d. or Vice Ver.,i.% L'.?)u<)u.)toBangur,.t ?. M. &).M. or Vice Versa ( Llandudno Junction I Se. & Se.Od. to Bangor, or Vice ? &. 6d, 8s, ()d. Vcr? The following Table will s how the approximate time the Coach will be passing the different localities A.M. Rbvl per Rail .10 44 Abergele .10 56 Llandudno 11 0 Lhuduf!n.}unc, .11 35 P.M. Llanrw-t (arrival) ..12 15 Llaimvst,—Victoria Hot, (depar- ture) 12 40 Bettwsycoed,-Royal Oak Hutel. 1 25 Capel Curig,—The Hotel. 2 25 Bethesdi,—Douglas Arms. 3 40 13 a n gor,—British Hote). 4 40 A M. Bangor,—B r i t i s h Hotel 8 0 Betheda,-Doug1aa I ArmA. 9 0 Capel Curig,—The Hotel.10 1C Bettws y c oed,— Roy?OakHot<-)U 0 Ll,,tii;wi3? -Vict,)ria Hotel .12 0 Llandu?uoJunctioH.lM Nr.B.-Traitig leave Llanrwst for Llandudno Junction, at 12 5<> 3 40 and 6 25 p.m. 1Parties leaving Bangor, can have 6 hours Fishing at Ogwen L'Ac before the Return COACH passes, Performed by the Public's most obedient Servants, DEW & WILLIAMS. Under the Patrona/ie of HER MAJESTY and Ibe htU DUCHESS OF KENT. 4 BEAUTIFUL COLLECTION of WELSH AIRS :1. arranged for the Harp or Pianofore, by the late- H. S. HYDKH, Carnarvon. Price 10s. 6d. reduced price r,8, 6<1, For Copies, apply at No, 2, Glan-y-llbr Terrace, LJur. dudno. ￼ *?. ,-f'? ￼ ￼ ￼ ,J?<?' ￼ ￼ ￼ ￼ ?' '???? '?' ￼ ￼ ?.) ￼ ?<??'?. ??? ￼ ￼ ??. TO VISITORS TO THE SEA-SIDIv TOURISTS AND TRAVELLERS, And to those who enjoy the Promenade, the Ride, om,} Drive. In all cases Fervid Heat and il 9 concomitant materially injure the Skin, producing Sunburn, Tnu, Freckleg, and Decolorations, of an almost. indelibk eb;¡ raoter. To obviate and eradicate these baneful resold, resource may with confidence be had to ROWLANDS' IvALYDOR, An Oriental Bntanieal Preparation, Whether resorted to in its specific character as a tho- rough purifier of existing defects of an eruptive nature, and discoloration* of the Skin, or as a Preserver am!. Promoter of its already bright and glowing tints, this ELEGANT TOILET REQUISITE has in every instance maintained its claim to th6 title of THE UNFAILING AUXILIARY OF FEMALK GRACE." During 8uitmrtt and ALTUUN the iuvigrv rating and refreshing properties of ROWLANDS' KALYDOR will be found singularly agreeable to LADIES TRAVELLING. The effects by temporary exposure to eolir hoat upon the FACE, NECK, ARMS and HANDS being iDe tralised, and the cloud reduced by relaxation and ]a¡', Ronr, dispelled by its power of sustaining a perfect elas- ticity of the skin, without which certain deterioratef: takes place; thus in the usual periodical visits made M the coast, ROWLANDS' KALYDOR is indiupensihV as a preservative of the Skin after S¡':A BATHING, from the irritation caused by the chemical actiou i saline valoiir. Price 4s. 6d. and 8s, 6tt. lwr bottle. The heat of slimmer frequently communicates a dryrft.- I to the hair and a tendency to fall on; which may I* completely obviate, by the 'use of ROWLANDS' MACASSA\i OIL a delightfully fragrant and transparent preparation. ru¡ as an invigorator and beautifier of the Hair bey"nrl ail precedent. For CHILDREN it is ^sis-ciallv recoin- mended as forming the basis of A BEAUTIFUL HEAll OF HAIR, while its introduction into the nursery of Royalty, and the numerous testimonials constantly re. ceived of its efficacy, afford the best and sorest proof- of its merits—Price 3s. 6d. 7s.; 10s. od,, e<jual to fc> ( small, and 21s. per bottle. WHITE AND SOr-XD TEETH, are indispensible to PERSONAL ATTITACTION. awl to liealtli and longevity by the proper mastication oi food. ROWLANDS' ODONTO Or Pearl Dentifrice, A White Powder, compounded of Oriental Ingredients, is of inestimable value in preserving and beautifying the teeth, strengthening the gums, and in giving a pleasing fragrance to the Breath. It eradicates Tartar from the Teeth, removes spots of incipient decay, and polishes and preserves enamel, to which it impart. a PEARL-LIJI 7 WHITICUKSS.—Price 2s. 9d. per box. Sold by Chemists and Perfumrt. fir ASK for ROWLANDS Articles. J a ..» SALES BY MR. GEORGE FELTON. LLANDUDNO. TO PRIVATE FAMILIES, HOTEL. KEEPERS, AND Tm, PUBLIC. Sale of a large and raried assemblage of China, c..t Glass, and Ornamental, and useful items. MR. GEORGE FELTON Has been instructed by Messrs. Walton and Co.. of HaIJ- ley Potteries, to SELL BY AUCTION, in the St. George's Music Hall, Mostyn Street, Llandudno, 00.. Tuesday and Wednesday next, July oth and tith, 1864, AN extensive, varied, and valuable stock of CHINA. TUT GLASS ORNAMENTS, PARIAN and STONEWARE, magnificent dinner services, in every colour, and variety of design. Beautiful dessert servient;, transparent china, breakfast, tea, and coffee service*, rich and plain patterns; double and single toilet wnrioc«» A choice display of ornamental elegancies, oompt highly finished Parian Groups, and Statuettee. BohejiHtut and French banes, and lustres of the most tasteful dbw- acter; richly cut slast in every variety, Papier mad.e Trays, elegant timepieces, electro and metal mounted jugs; tea and coffee pots and a variety of other elegant; and useful articles Tne whole to be on view on TILE mornings of each sale day, Sale to commence at One o'clock prompt. Mostyn Estate Offices, Llaududno, June 30th, V!G4. LLANDUDNO. TO CABINET MAKERS AND PARTIES FURNISH- ING GENERALLY. Extensive and highly attractive Side of elegantanrlsnperivr HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, comprising numerous Dining, Drawing, fitting Room and Bedroom tmittif, iu Walnut Wood, Mahogany, and polished tfir^h a Urge assortment of Metallic Bedsteads, Beds and Bedding of every description, handsome Pierglasses, &-c., &-c- the Stock-in-Trade of Mr. Wm. Allen, Cabinet Make. and Upholsterer, Mostyn Street, Llrndudfco, Unrkr a deed of Assvjnmcnt for the Unctii of Creditors, MR. GEORGE FELTON Has been instructed to SELL BY AUCTION, without reserve, on the premises, as above, on TUESDAY UK.1 WEDNESDAY, the 12th and 13th of JULY, 18G4, THE Whole of the well-selected and snb- j stantially manufactured Stock-in-Trade of FURNI- TlJRE AND CABINET GOODS, consisting of 3 elegant Drawing Room suites in carved walnut wocd. each com prising 6 chairs .Sewing and Easy Chairs and Sette?, upholsterod in green and crimson rep walnut wood Cen- tre Tables, with deal oval top, and oilcloth coven- M'. beautiful walnut Cheffoniers, with panelled doors nllod in with plate glass, and shaped moulded marble tops w. eirved consoles; several elegant London-made walnut wood Cabinets, with gilt enrichments; a handsome wal- nut wood Lady's Wardrobe, with plate glass centre pruicl, and handsome cornice and mouldings ten large-sized and brilliant Pierghwses in moulded and enriched gilt frames; walnut in-laid Chess, Work, Coffee, and Sofa TaMf). Fancv and occasional Chairs a number of Birch Amel' can Chairs. MAHOUANY DINING ROOM & SITTING ROOM SUITES, comprising several sets of substantia Chainu with moveable hair seats, carved easy Chairs in hair and leather handsome and elegant mahogany Sofas and. i ouchea, with richly carved haeb and elbows several jassive cai-ved Sideboards and-Cheffoniers Dining and I. >o Tables; Mahogany Dumb-waiter on reeded supports i castors; mahogany Secretaire Bookcase and Bureau p dished birch, mahogany, and Gilt Cornices and Pole*, with enriched nnials polished oak and mahogany Wall Furniture; handsome Bedroom Suites in mahogany and polished birch, comprising numerous sets of elegant tester Bedsteads, with carved footposts, enriched Fout. hoards and moulded Cornices, massive mahogany and po- lished birch (i'hest of Drawers and Toilet Drawers, Wash- stands and Toilet Stands; circular, oval, and square Toifel Glasses, on twisted supports and marble stands; Airers and Commodes. A large assortment of superior and handHornely finished Metallic Bedsteads, in every variety of form, siac, and colour and also a number of sets of excellent Painted Bedroom Furniture; new Brus.>e!!s and Kiddenninott" Carpetting and Felt Druggetts; Lobby and Floor Oil cloths and Mattings, and Hall door Mats a great naud/tr of well made Curled Hair, Flock and Wool Matti&ftWrs, and Straw Pallins,es; a few excellent Feather Be<h «nd numerous prime Feather Bolsters audPillows; Bronze CV; Fenders; a quantity of Materials and Timber for Cabin* work, most useful to the trade together with the whole of the Household Furniture, Beds, Bedding, and Kitelw Requisites now in use, Chandeliers and Gas nttmgs, a". other valuable effects. On view the morning of each day of Sale. Catalogues of the whole may be had five day prio: thereto, and further particulars in the meantime i!? plication to Henry Katson, Esq,, solicitor, Wolverhaio^ ton; Messrs. W: H. Reece and Farrant, solicitom UM. dudno or of Mr. George Felton, Auctioneer and Somj or, Mostyn Estate Offices, LlaDdudno,
I LLANFAIRFECHAN. PeQmaen Lodfie— Mr E Roberts R J Tennant, Ksq, Cambridge Bryn Celyn—Mrs Webster Wm Fulton, Esq, Birkenhead Mrs Fulton and family Lieut. Innes Randolph Macpherson, Liverpool Mra Andrew Macpherson, Edinburgh Wm. Macpherson, Esq, do Miss Gracie, do Brvn Derwen—Mr John Davies Mr and Ali-s Guyton and family, Stoneycroft, Li- verpool Mrs John Pliipson. Brighton Penwaen Villn, No. I.-Miss Ellis Mrs Jano V: n Gieson, IV• Miss Gieson, do Penmaen Villa, No. 2-Miqs Williams Penmaen View, No I-r John Williams Penmaen View, No 4—Mr H Roheris Penmaen View, No 5 —Mr J Hughes, Belllmnger Quarryman's Ariiis-Mi- Evan Williams Fair View—Mi Wm Roberts Mr Achewn Ffrench, Monivae Castle, Ireland Mrs Ffrench Plus Nrint-Mr Wm Roberts Mr Thomas Ellis, Liverpool Mrs Owen and family, do Mrs Uwen and family. South Castle-street, Liverpool Ocean View-Mr W Owen, grocer Rev W P Manchvrke, Norwich Mrs Manclarke and family Maei-gwyo—Mr Thomas Hughes Ginit Menai-Ir Daniel L'avies Mr Apsland, London Mrs Apsland and family Plus Gwvn—Capt W. Artoo Fron Pari—Mr Joseph Evans. Private Rock Villa—Mr. William Williams. Mona View, No l-Miss Williams John Hopkitison, Esq, Manchester Mrs Hopkiuson and family Mrs and the Miesea lluline, Newcastle, Cumhcrlelld I Mrs Huddard and family, Bunkir Hall, Dolbenmaen, Carnarvonshire MOOT View, No 2.-Mr John Williams R Jones, E-ii, and family, Northumberland Terrace, Everton, Liverpool Sea View, No l-Yr E J Briggs Mr Street, Surrey Mra Street aull family Mr Ryder, Hock House, Manchester Mra Ryder and family Rev J Gill, Edgbastoa Mrs Gill and family Sea View, No 2—Rev Harries Jones. M.A. Prilnte Menai Baiik-Nir T Herbert Mr J Pnmphrey and family, Birmingham Mrs J H Kearne and family, Southport Mrs Kearne, senior Lavuri Vievi, House, Lit(lieg Boar(Iii)g School Miss Gracie Glaiidoti-Nir Rohc-it Williams North Parade—Mr Wm Roberts, Bron'ruvdd—Mr J Eastwood. Private Castle Iiin-Nir William Hughes Bonlne\yrld-lr IV Hughes, groeer Plas Llanfuir—R Luck, Esq Private Phs Llllnfair C' ttage— Lyons Kerans, M R.CS. Private Bron y Maeii-Mi-9 Wynne t — Radcliffe, Esq, Oak wood, Pendlebury, Manchester Mrs Kadcliffe and family Mrs Bell Owen. London Miss Owen. do Mrs More, do Miss Lyndon, do Phis Newydd—Mr Wm. Humphreys M rs Elwell and family, Church Hill house, Hands- worth Miss E Hobbins, Walsall I Ret-tory-Rev P C Ellis, M.A. Private Rev T M Mackay, Langton, Lincoinshiro John Ellii, i-'tiq, (',Iitidleigh, Devon Mis Ellis and family, do Mrs Ellis, Rhyllach, near Pwllheli Bryn y Netiadd-J Platt, Esq. Private Bodl(iiidet)-Mr R Hughes, butcher Gorphwysfa—Mr Edward Roberts, grocer Shop lfiii-Nlr John Roberts Tan y (ietilan-Nir T Jones — Dunn, Esq, and family Llanfair Arms—Mr R Roberts Post Office.—Mr Rt. Roberts, shoemaker Bronrallt House-T LI Roberts. general draper Mr Hobert Roberts, Dispensing Chemist Fron Got-h-Nlr Wm. Jones H Radcliffe, Esq, Rochdale Pen y Bryii-Nf r T Mc. Michun Penybryn Terrace, No I-Mr J W Owen Penybryn Terrace, Nn. -2—Mr W Roberts Beehive—Mr Tlios Phillips, Provision and Family Grocer and House Agent. Regeat House-J Ll Roberts, General Draper. &c. Penyhryn Terrace, Nu 4- r or Jones, tailor Bryn Meirion- Messrs Hugli Roberts and Sons, Tailors and Drapers Cornel Sbop-'Mr John Roherts. general draper, &c. Llanerch-Mr Win. Roberts PLACES OF PUBLIC WORSHIP AND THEIR MINISTERS. St Murv's Church. Rev Ph. Constable Ellis, Rector. Rev. R. Harries Jones, Curate. Organist, Mr Daniel Owen. English Service at 3 15 P.m.; Sunday School at 2 p.m. Welsh Servit,ett IOII.m, and 6 p.m. Calvinistic Methorlist Chapel. Service at 10 ii.m. Suiida), School at 2 p.m. every other Sunday. And Service at 6 p.m. (Welsh) Weslcylltl 1\lethodist Chllpel, Sunday School at 10 a.m.; Welsh Service at 2 & 6 p.m. Congreglltional Chapel. Sunday School, 9 a, D. Welsh service 2 p.m. and 6 1) in ABER. GorMinog—G Gillson, Esq, & Misses Gillson, Private Henf-e'-YV. Grimths.Esf) Misses Broughton, firougtitoii Hall, Staffordshire Mime,.i Bi?otighton, grotiglitoil Hall, Gtan'rato?—M r Jobn Williams Ttitt'rtilit-Mr H Owens Mill Cottage- H Birley EsC( Private Bi-.viitirion-,Nfr Hugh Oiverl. Tan y Fomvent-LJ. Lewis, Esq, (Private.) Ty Ilttwr-Ntisg Lewis Bulkeley Arms Hotel-Mr E Edwards Penyhryn-Mr Evan Jones Rectory-Rev T NT Williams, M A Aher Church. Rev. Thomas Norris Williams, M. A. at (j p.m., f?p 't 2 Sunday School at LLANFAIRFECHAN POST OFTICE Letters delivered at 9a in; despatch4 1 j p m
LLANFAIRFECHAN. I This favorite little watering place is now rapidly fill- ing with distinguished guests from all parts of England, and reading parties from the Universities. The whole aspect of the place, owing to the enterpriaing mind of J. Platt, Esq, Brynyneuadd, and to the energy of a few individuals who cater for visitors, has changed during the last few years—unsightly buildings have disappeared, roads have been widened and improved, huti have been cleared off, and handsome villas have been erected on the estate of R. Luck, Esq., Plas Llanfair. But the greatest improvement, whieh had long been a desideratum, is a bomtiful supply of excellent, sparMing water. This is procured from a reservoir, made a little below the upper bridge, where there is an abundant supply percolating through a gravel bed-a natural filterer. From this re- servoir, which is capable of containing 4000 gallons, ii on pipes are laid down along the river, and brought down so as to accommodate all the houses on the Penmaen- mawr road, Mona View, Sea View, Menai View. Plas Gwyn, Glan Menai, Maes Gwyn, and the other villas, extending as far as the new hotel, now in course of erec- tion. We understand that the new church, built by J. Platt, Esq., is rapidly drawing towards its completion, and that it will be opened sometime in the course of July. This church is decorated with elaborate oak car- vings, screens, canopies, &c. &c., and will, no doubt, be a great attraction and blessing to visitors, as well as re sidents. The only danger is that the place will be over- filled, and destroy that quiet which most of the visitors like so much.
Several communications have been unavoidably post- poned.
Otiiovia House.. Mrs. Charl&worth Private, Centre Vale. Mf J. Jones Tin Thomas Nelson. Patricrofl, ManehMter Kiss Percivnl, Runcorn )(11. Eliza Percival, Cheshire Mr, Mrs, and Miss Trevitt, Mauchosier Mr John Starkcv, jnn. ditto Mr and Mrs Alfred Hartley, ditto 1 Gloddaeth TerrMe. Mr. Cobb. Mr and Mrs Lloyd and family, Grove Park, Liver. pool 2 I. Miss Hughes Mines Lowe. Bridge House, Shrewsbury 3 Mrs Owens Mrs and Misses Rea, Northumberland Master Rea, Bremen Miss Grimes, Covent-y Miss S Sutton, ditto Plas Tmwr. Fred. Drabble. Esq. Private Victoria Gardens..Mr Hewitson Acanthus House. Miss Hall TY GWYN ROAD. Mr T. Williams, dispensing chemist I. Mr. S. Leach. Mr Hueh Prichard Plas Tirionrs. D. Williams. £ Lloyd E'q, and Mrs Lloyd and family, Walton, near Liverpool Rev Maurice Day, Worcester Mrs Day and family, do J Bryn Teg.Mr J. Rawling Xre Butel and family- Derby Rose Hill Cottage. Rock Villa..Mr. J.Hughes Private. Plait Tudno. W. H. Reece, Esq. Private Plas Ucha.Miss Jones TY ISSA COTTAGES. t Mr (it-itfiths, joiner Mrs Morgan and family, Stonebtidge, Worcestershire 2 %ir Richard Robertti Mr John Hunt, Alcester Mr and Mrs W Owen, Fageley, Staffordshire I Mr W C Owen, Wolverhampton Mrs Mellor and daughter. Staffordshire Mise Bramall, Ashton under Lyne 3 Mr. R. Owen, slate merchant Mr and Mrs W H Downes, Sheffield Mr and Mrs A Newton Breoke, Cheltenham Miss H Cititer, Birmingham Miss Owen Faieley, Staffordshire Miss Westbeook, Bentworlh 1 Trevor Cottage .Mr. Huftbea Mr. Mrs. and Misses Mnitland, Liverpool Miss K-ite Maitland, Aberdean Mrs Kneen, Isle of Man 2 Mr. James Thomas VAUGIIAN STREET. Dinam H<w.«\ .Misa Parr Mr John M ck, Macclesfield Mrs Meek, do Misses Mack, do Master J W Meek, do Miss Etchells, do Mrs Croft and family, Ribbleton Miss Brown, Radholme Miss Gatteiall, Preston Jtothbury House—Mr. Linley, Mias Mary Copelaud, l'rincees Park, Liverpool Rev Dr Vislier, Liverpool Mr Ashton, Seaforth Messrs J and C De Costa, Great Crosby Mr and Mrs Pennefeather Lloyd, Herbert-place, Dublin Grotsvcnor House—Mr. R. Ellis. Xr and M rs Parker, Rochdale Mias Parker, do Severn House..Miss Weaver Mrs Green, Xurthwich • I Mr Green, jun, and the Atimes Green Misses Dickenson, Macclesfield Humor, Esq, Birmingham Mrs Horner and family Mrs Butler and family, Mill Bank, Willingtoo Tudno Castle..Mr. H. Williams. Mr and Mrs Wragge, Stuke upon Trent Mr and Mrs A W ragge, Chester OrmtK Head View Mrs. Kyle. Mrs Marsten and family, Birmingham Rev R A Davis, Smithwiek, do St.. George's Harbour Kailway Station TAfe Hoot Station.