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THE ORIGINAL LLAN?UDNO DIRECTORY i f ;> i'1 TIDE TABLE. ( MOtlN. HT. EVEN. HT.. ♦ br.m. ft. in. hr. m. ft.in. jApsil ) '? liturday in ? 2 1 33 17 1 Sti?tt?-. 1? C ?0 2 21 15 3 &A?'- 1,Monday .t i » 8 10 13 7 2 Tuesday « M 131.0 4 7 12 2 8 Wednesday. 4 40 12 8' 5 Id 11 4 4 Thursday 5 00 12 3 6 26 11 3 5 Friday 7 0 12 5 7 34 11 10 t NNiW .-8 ? IS 8 -aM 12 9 BATHING AT ALL HOURS OF THE TIDE PLACES OF PUBLIC WORSHIP AND THEIR MINISTERS. St. George's Church. Sundays. Morning Service [English] 10 30 Afternoon Ditto 3 30 Evening [Welsh] 6 0 The Holv Communion administered the second and fourth Sundays in the month, after morning service. Prayers OD Wednesdays and Fridays, at 10 30 a.m. ORGANIST. Mr George Owen CLERK AND VERGER. Mr. Lot Williams Notices of Marriage-, Baptisms, and Churchings, to be given to the Clerk over night. SUNDAY SCHOOL.—Mixed [English and Welsh], at Two o'clock, in the National School-room. St. Tudno's Church. CLEIIK, Mr. Richard Hughes, Dolfechan. Rev ). Morgan, B.A., Rector Rev W A Roberts, B-A., Curate CHURCH-WARDENS. Mr J. Williams, Bodafon Mr. James Williams, St Georges's Crescent SIDESMEN. Mr W F Chapman, Tehed Brynmaenol t Mr T A Jones, Bodhyfryd Congregational Church. Rev Richard Parry, Minister. Sunday [English 10 30 a.m. „ „ 6 0 p.m. Congregational Lecture Room. Rev. R. Parry, Minister. Welsh Service, 9 30 a.m. and 6 0 p.m. Sunday School [English and Welsh] 2 0 p.m. English Baptist Chapel. Rev. J. Thomas, minister. Sunday [English] 10 30 a.m. „ 11 6 0 p.m. Welsh Baptist Chapel Rev. J. Griffith [Welsh] 10 a.m. and 6 opm. English and Welsh School, 2 0 p.m. English Wesleyan Chapel. Rev. F. Payne, resident Minister Morning Service 10.30. 'Evening Service 6. 0. Service on Tuesday evenings at 7 Welsh Wcslejian Methodist Chapel. Rev. Mr. Pugh, resident Minister. Suntlay,-Welsit, 9 30 a.m and (; 0 p.m. English and Welsh Schools 2 p.m. Presbyterian Chapel. GLODDAETH STREET, NEAR THE MARKET IIALL. Sunday [Welsh] 9 Cam. and GO p.m. School, 130 p.m. PUBLIC BUILDINGS. St. George's Church, Church Walks St. Tudno's Church, Great Orine's Head Congregational Church, Tudno-street Baptist Chapel, Llewelyn-street English ditto, Mostyn Street. Weslejan Methodist Chanel, Gwiach-street English ditto, Lloyd-streol Calvinistic Methodist Chnnsl. Gloddaeth-street National School, Church Walk" Infant School, ditto S George's Hall, Mostyn Street Tudno-street Lecture Room. Tudno-street Market Hall, Gloddaeth-street Stand for Carriages, l'onies, and Donkeys „ Mostyn-street Bank. Mostyn-st., open Wednesdays and Saturdays Public Baths, Marine Parade Turkisb Baths, Ty Gwyn Road Policy Station, out of Church Walks, Henry Joiies, officer ^-arine Telegraph Station, Great Orine's Ilsad. Ele-,tric dittoIltailway Station Assembly Rooms-Public Baths Railway Station. Vaughan-street The Llandudno Gas and Water Company's, Offices, Church Walks "file's Head Branch of the Royal National Life Boat Institution Station, Vaughan Street [supported by voluntary contribu- tions], Rev. J. Morgan, chairman; Mr. J. Williams, secretary; and Mr. W. Owen, N.P. Bank, treuurer. LLANDUDNO IMPROVEMENT ACT,4-1854. Li* oF CommissioNEns. Rev, J. Morgan, B.A. Mr. John Hughes CS.Lemon Thomas Roberts Joseph Jones William Prichard ] Thomas Parry Thomtq O%vdk Isaiah Divies F. Madren R. Farrant L. Raw William Jones Evan Hughes J ames Williams W. F. Chapman T. Hollick Wm. Williams M. Prichard Thomas J ons COMMITTEES. Finance Coninattee.-Messrs. Thomas Parry, Thos, Jones, james Williams, Wm. Prichard. Inspection, Lighting, Sewerage, Water, Market, Pony Stand, and Slaughter Houses Coininittee.- Messrs. Jos. Jones, Evan Hughes, Isaiah Davies, Francis Ma- dren. Roads, tOc. -Messrs. Richard Jones, Thos. Roberts, Wm. Jones, W. F. Chapman. Valuation.—Messrs. Thomas Owen, Richd. Jones, M. Prichard, John Hughes, Thomas Roberts. Auditors.—Messrs. J. B. Evans, L. Raw. Post Office-Mostyn-street, Mr W. Powell, Postmaster Arrivah-5 25 a.m., and 5 p.m. Despatch—Box closed 8 5 p.m., with extra stamp, 815. Sunday same as week days. Money Order Office and Savings Banks open from 9 a.m. to 6 p,m. on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 7 30 p.m. Pillar Letter Boxes, opposite the Adelphi Hotel, and in Church Walks, near St. George's Church. PUBLIC CONVEYANCES. By Water-Steamer from Bangor to Liverpool, Mon- days, and Fridays, calling at Llandudno. From Liver- pool to Bangor, Wednesdays, and Saturdays. WALKS, DRIVES, BOATING, &c. W ALKs.-The Cliff Walk round the Head-5 miles. Gogarth Abbey, along Gloddaeth-street or Church-walks. Pen Dinas Walk, from near the Public Baths orTy Gwyn Road: Scenery beautiful- easy in ascent. Telegraph Station, and Light- house, along the Cliff Walk. up Tygwyn Boad, [distance from Market Hall 1 mile 300 yards.] Cop- per Mines, St. Tudno's Church, &c.; Old Road, Tv Gwyn Road [leading to the numerous paths on the Head.] DRIVES. The Tetegraph Station and Olme's Head Light- house, up Tygwyn Road; Bodsgallen grounds; on Tuesdays and Thursdays, upon application at the Gardener's Lodge, from 2 to 4 p.m. The Little Orme's Head and Llandrillo, along the esplanade ro by Gloddaeth road. BOATING—From the Beach, lower end of Church Walks; around the Great and Little Orme's Head, at every hour of the day.
LIST OF VISITORS. I CS" We shall feel obliged for any corrections in this list by parties whose names may be incorrectly inserted, any alteration will immediately be made, on notice being given to the Collector, at the Directory Office, Church Walks. Ash, Rev T E, 12, Kinmel House, Mostva Crescent Parade Baytes, Mrs. Tanyfron, Church Walks Bloxsome, Mrs George, 7, Mostyn Crescent Balv, Miss, Greeheys, Manchester, 8, Mostyn Crescent Berber, Mr Wiiliam, Durk Lodge, Ayrshire, Blink- burn House Burlier, Miss, do do Barber, Miss M. A. do do Bulling, Miss, I aft, near Rugby, Bangor House, Church Walks Barnsley, Mr and Mrs, and family, Sir Michel's Ham- let. Liverpool, 2, Gloddaeth Crescent Berry, J, Esq. West Derby. Liverpool, 4, Glan-y-mor Terrace Berry, Afrs, and family do do Barnes, Mrs, The Quinta, Shropshire, Brinkburn House Cave Browne Cave, Mrs E S, Chester House, Mostyn- street Cave Biowne Cave, Rev E F, do, do Cave Browne Cave, Miss L M, do, do Cave Browne Cave, Mr W E, do, do Carlisle, Mrs John, Liverpool, Caradoc House, Lloyd street Cole, Henry, Esq, Birkenhead, Central Library, Mostyn-street Cruiksbank. Miss Agnes, Greenbeys, Manchester, 8, Mostyn Crescent Crenwell, Mr and Miss, Ritvenstone, Ashby de la Gonch, Beach House Colam, Mr, Mrs, and Ml Mi London, 10, Mostyn Qres-, I cent V' TM"' ■ t Di%?n, Mr H?h. ?nd 'fam? Clift Ha)? Liscar j .Cneshlre. 12, Kinn)e]Hoa& '? '? ￼ D y&s, Mr and Nli,s, oti6;' C,46,oing.s, Livqtpo? ?Burtc?h.Hous? ?ur?Wai? i ;j "Dåkn, Mr and ?rs, Cought?AlexatMM Hoipe jktf t.)akin,M.?tu['?. ?o T,V ..30. ? y Fmnch, R6%, A Master, tanyfriiv? Churah \V1!'ks'tY?: f,> fd' r French, Mrs, do :L ? Erench, M;iss'Rosa, dp v ^ff! ,t~ French, MisaCat.herihg..d'q ?. ')f'? h? French, Mia? Marian, do i ?'- CnNttK.GS; E?q. Bitri?r.ot-?aw,. ?fM?Circuit, andf*<Bity,C?)fenhKn), B?e House, Ller??lyn-st Gros, Mr and Mrs Le, Buxton, 8, Neville -Crescent Hyde, J M, Esq, 84th Regiment, 7, Mostyii tresee < Hyde, Mrs do Hyde, Mrs William do Hollins, Mrs, Salfortl, Manchester, the MaHor Hollins, Miss, do do Hunter, P., Esq, Mount Alyn, Wrexham, Apsley House, North Parade Hunter, Mrs, do do Hunter, Leigh, Esq, do do Hunter, Miss, do do Hipkins, Miss, Birmingham, 5, South Parade. Hipkins, Miss B, do do Hipkins, Master, do do Harvey, Mr James, and family, Liverpool, J, Neville Crescent Hirrison, Miss, Bjxton, 8, Neville Crescent Jones, Mrs J. T., Brynhafod, Oswestry, Brinkburn House Kell, Mrs, Tynymaes, Church Walks Lowe, Captain and Mrs, Plas Myria, 4, Nevill Crescent Ludford, J, Esq, Birmingham, Redcliffe House, Church-walks Ludford, Miss do do Massey, R. Esq, Altrincham, Holyrood House Massey, Mrs, do do Massey, Miss, do do Marshall, Mrs, Hartford, Cheshire, 2, St Georges Crescent Marshall, Mrs L, do do Marshall, Master, do do Mammatt, Mrs, Birk House, Ardsley, Beach House Parker, Mrs, Gloucester, the Manor, North Parade Parker, Miss, do do Parker, M iss E., do do Parker, G., Esq, Oriel College, Oxford, do Pearson, Miss, do Poore, Mrs C, Salford, Manchester, the Manor Piper, Miss, Mount Alyn, Wrexham, Apsley House, North Parade Revner, Miss, Arvon Viila, Gloddaeth-street Rathbone, P, Esq, Liverpool, Ordovia House, Tudno- street Rathbone, Mrs, and family do do Whateley, Mrs George, Edgbaston, Sea View Villa Widdrington, Mr and Mrs, Cheshire, Mosley House Walmsly, Mr and Miss, Chelford, 3, Glan-y-mor Whitaker, Capt and Mrs W, Breckamore, near ltipon, 11, St George's Crescent
PURE AERATED WATERS ELLIS'S, RUTHIN, SODA WATER. ELLIS'S. RUTHIN", POTASS WATER. ELLIS'S, RUTHIN, SELTZER WATER. ELLIS'S, RUTHIN, LEMONADE. ELLIS'S LITHIA AND POTASS WATER, AN EXCELLENT INTERXAL REMEDY FOR GOUT. The Public are particulary requested to observe that every Cork is branded It. Ellis and Son, Rutliin," with- out which none is genuine. Sold by Thomas Williams, Chemist; Thomas and Co., Mostyn Street; D. O. Williams, ditto Robert Hughes, Confectioner Hayn, Wine Merchant; Chantrey, Wine; Merchant; E J. Watkins,-Grocer John Owen, Grocer R Owen, Overton House David Lloyd, Vernon Vaults; Mrs. Sharp, Vaults and at all the Hotels. Mav be obtained from all respectable Chemist, Con- ectioners, and Hotel-keepers and wholesale only, from R. ELLIS & SON, Rnthin, North Wales. THE SPRING MEDICINE. CONCENTRATED COMPOUND DECOCTION OF SARSAPARILLA, WITH FLUID EXTRACT OF DANDELION. r nil IS preparation, being [I, judicious com- JL bination of the concentrated decoction, with a fluid extract of Taraxacum (juice of the fresh roots), pre- pared with great care at T. W.'s Establishment, Church Walks, is an agreeable substitute for Grey Powder or Blue Pill, and having no tendency, liko such medicines, to weaken the constitution. No extra precaution is re- quired whilst taking it. PREPARED BY THOMAS WILLIAMS, Chemist, Church Walks, Llandudno. TOOTHE-ACHE arises from various causes, but the most I common kind is that where the -6nitniel and bony sub- stance is decayed and exposes the nerve, which is then liable to be attacked by cold, or injured through coming in contact with some foreign substance, and in. such cases BUNTER'S NERVINE will give instant relief. Testimonial from E. Smith, Esq., Surgeon, Sherston, near Cirenoes- ter. I have tried BUNTER'S NERVINE in many cases of severe Tooth-ache, and in every instance permanent relief has been obtained: I therefore strongly recom- mend it to the public." BUNTER'S NERVINE may be had of all chemists at Is. l?d. per packet, or nMt free for 15 .tamps, from J. R. COOPER, Ch?? ?S?tane. 15 #. '• — 1?—f—TPr '« ? THOMAS W?LiAMS, FAM$LY GROCER, mt) I?LIAN WAREHOUSEMAN, #ROPRIETOR OF TUP, UCH ADMIRED LLANDUDNO SAUCE, § GENUINE TEA, COFJ?EE, COCOA, RAW, AND REFINED SUGARS, AND EVERY DESCRIPTION OF ,dR 0 C R' "AliiS, PHILLIPP'E AND )TIES, DESSERT, WESTPHALIA, "H'AMS, PHIL L I PP'E AND .L CANADA'S SA'<HDI?'?S, &c.; AGENT fo?EUfs's and Schweppes' Soda and Pot"ss Waters, Bnghtqp. and other Seltzer Water, Champagne, Lemonade. MMt Ginger Beer; Gillon's Easence of Beef, foe! the immediate production of Beef Tea Crosse & Black- well's Potètts. PortaMe Soups, PieHea, &c.&c. Lgt and Pernn'aW.ot?tershu'e Sauce ForWum,& MMons Chocolate,; Epp's and others' Hoareopatliic Cqcoa; ?brniman'sPure'Teft, the leaf not coloured Mackenzie and MiddXmaaa's celebrated Ediabur?hBi?cuKs;" ditto's Scotch Short Bread and Orange Ginger BreM; Huntley nes the Reading Biscuits Keiller and Sons's Dundee Marmalade Price's Patent Composites, and other Can- es; the t?vourittt Pickle—the Orme's Head Samphire. r THOMAS WILLIAMS, DISPENSING AND FAMILY CHEMIST CHURCH WALKS (OPPOSITE MOSTYN AND TUDNO STREETS), LLANDUDNO, ESTABLISHED 1854. WILLIAMS'S CELEBRATED LLANDUDNO BOUQUET. GENUINE EAU DE COLOGNE. I Hair, Tooth, Nail Brushes and Combs I Pomades Pure Glycerine SUPERIOR LAVENDER WATE I Cold Cream Antiseptic Tooth Powder OricntatTooth Paste OILED SILK, BATHING CAPS, &c. ROWLAND'S MACASSAR OIL, KALYDOR AND ODONTO. GODFREY'S EXTRACT OF ELDER FLOWERS. RIMMKL'S TOILET VINEGAR. ODORIFEROUS TINCTURE OF MYRRH AND BORAX, An efficient Mouth Wash. CONCENTRATED COMPOUND DECOCTION OF SARSAPARILLA AND TARAXACUM, A most valuable Alterative. I NEROLINE. unequalled in its effects in preserving the Skia from the action of the Sun, Wind. and Sand, and is indispensable a preservative after Sea Bat-tjiiig from the irlitation cauaed-by tli-e- Cheiiiical action of the saline Vapour. I. Williams' Compound Rhubarb Pills. Correcting, ditto. I Antibilous, ditto. Dinner, do. I I IVilliams' Cotied. Egs, of Ginger. Quinine Wine. I Sweet Essence of Senna Diarrhcca Mixture. EFFERVESCENT CITRATE OF MAGNESIA, GENUINE SEIDLITZ POWDER, LEMON KALI, &e. Just Published, the 9th Thousand, LLANDUDNO, its History and Natural History, or Williams's best guide and Map of Llandudno and the Neighbourhood. OFFICE FOR LOST AND FOUND ARTICLES. WATERLOO HOUSE, MOSTYN-STREET, LLANDTJDNO. WINTER FASHIONS. AF. WILLIAMS begs to acquaint the inhabitants and visitors of Llandudno and neighbourhood that she has just returned from London, where she selected the newest styles in VELVET AND STRAW BONNETS, New Shapes in VELVET and STRAW HATS, CAPS, HEAD DRESSES, RIBBONS, FLOWERS and FEATHERS. LADIES' OUT-FITTING. 'A large variety of New Goods in every description of Ladies' Underclothing, Dressing Gowns, Morning Dresses, Jupons, Quilted, and Lindsey Skirts. FASHIONABLE DRESS MATERIALS. Plain, Stripe, Check, and Chenie Camlets, and Roubaix Popleins, French Epingles, Wool Reps, and Merinoes, REAL WELSH LINSEYS, Linsey Robes and Suits. DRESSMAKING In the Newest Parisian Styles. THE DEPARTMENT FOR MOURNING GOODS Is replete with every requisite for Mourning Attire. SHAWLS. In this Department are shown all the New Styles and Materials. THE FOLLOWING ARE THE MOST FASHIONABLE:— THE ELLORA, THE REVERSIBLE WOOL SHAWL, THE SNOWSTORM BORDER SHAWL. MANTLES AND JACKETS In the Newest Shapes and Materials, including the ASTRACAN CLOTH—Various Colours, MOUNT ST. BERNARD AND SNOWSTORM CLOTHS. Two New Shapes, the Dagmar" and Alexandra," LADIES' HOUSE JACKETS. In Velvet, Cloth, and Merino. WELSH F L A N N E- I- S FURS, HOSIERY, GLOVES, UMBRELLAS, TRIMMING, &c., &c. Every Article marked in Plain Figures, and the quality-of each guaranteed. A. F. WILLIAMS, WATERLOO HOUSE, MOSTYN STREET, LLANDUDNO, NEARLY OPPOSITE NORTH AND SOUTH PARADES. P E P S I N E. MORSON'S PEPSINE WINE MORSON'S PEPSINE LOZENGES I Are perfectly palatable forms for administering this popu- lar remedy for weak digestion. MANUFACTURED BY I T. MORSON AND SON, 31, 33 124, Southampton Row, Russell Square, London, W.Q. Pepsine Wine in bottles at aa" 5s., and 101, each I Lea ilt øwe. 6d W. each. RHYL. CARTES DE VISITE. VISITORS to Rhyl are respectfully request- V ed before having their Photographs taken to ex- amine T. Brown's SPECIMENS on tho West Parade, and at the Establishment, 73, Wellington Road. No PhotogmPhS issned Inferior to specimens exhibited. Cartes, 10s. the first dozen. „ 6s. the half dozen. I "We have never seen Photographs so clear and life-like Mr. HeraMs TO BE LET, with immediate possession, a House consisting, jof 3 Entertaining Rooms, 6 Bedrooms, Kitchens, &c., situated in North Maddock Street.—Apply to Mr. Thomas Williams, chemist, Çrch Walks, Llandudno. PENMAENMAWR. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, A HOUSE containing 2 Parlours, 1 Sitting- Arooin, 7 Bedrooms, 2 Kitchens, 1 Butler's Pantry, ï Larder, Water Closet, a large Garden, and good supply of water.—Apply to Mr. W. Roberts, Post-office, Pen- maenmawr. TO BE LET, a House in St. George's Cres- cent for a term of years. Furniture to be taken at a valuation; possession in May. For particulars apply to Mr. F. MADREN, 12, St. Giorge's Crescent, Llandudno. NOTICE. M R. STIVENS, L.D.S., R.C.S, Dental Sur- geon, 14, Abbey Square, Chester, will be pre- vented visiting Llandudno Weekly, but may be consul- ted every Fortnight after SEPTEMBER, at Mr. Thos. Wil iams, Chemist. NOW READY. Price 3d., Post-free for 4d., THE WELSH SE RMON preached at the Con- secration of St. Mary's Church, Bangor, by the Rev. E. PUGHE, Rector of Llantrisant. Order direct from the Publisher, J. K. Douglas, North Wales Chronicle, Bangor. Stamps may be sent in pay- ment. 1ST O "W BEADY. PRICE ONE SHILLING (Post-free for 13 Stamps), DAVID HUGHES, M.A., AND HIS FREE GRAMMAR SCHOOL AT BEAUMARIS. An Historical Essay by JOHN WILLIAMS. Orders sent direct to Air. J. K. Douglas, publisher, Bangor, will rAAivc immediate attention. THE LLANDUDNO PERMANENT BENEFIT BUILDING SOCIETY. Established February, 8th, 1865, according to Statute 6 ang 7 William 4th, cap. 32. SHARES, ,£10 EACH; HALF SHARES, R5 EACH. MONTHLY SUBSCRIPTION 5s. PER SHARE; 2s. 6D. rzlr, HALF SHARE ENTRANCE FEE, Is. PER SHARE. TRUSTEES: WM. FLOYD CHAPMAN, Esq., Llandudno. WM. PRICHARD, Esq., Llandudno. EDWARD MOORE, Esq., Llandudno. JAMES NICOL, Esq-, M.D., Llandudno. HENRY MIDDLETON, Esq., Llandudno. TREASURER: Mr. JOSEPH BENJAMIN EVANS. COMMITTEE. Mr Thomas Parry Mr E. J. Watkins Thomas Atkinson Evan Hughes Thomas Roberts Benjamin R. Daines Leonard Raw Robert Hughes John Reeves Owen Griffiths Robert Price SOLICITORS: Messrs. REECE & FARRANT, Llandudno. SURVEYORS. Mr. THOMAS ATKINSON. Air. LEONARD RAW.. BANKERS. The National and Provincial Bank of England, Conway. SECRETARY. Mr. WM. WILLIAMS (Creuddynfab), 9, Mostyn Crescent, Llandudno. The Monthly Meetings will be held on the second Monday in each month, from 7 to 9 o'clock p.m., at the Office of the Solicitors, of whom, and from the Secretary, Shares may be taken and all information obtained. WM. WILLIAMS (Creuddynfab), Secretary, Llandudno. /? — ?d'?. ?!LLUSTMTEO CATALOGUE? ?c??? I Contains Designs and Prices of 150 different < articles of Bed-room FMnitMe, &a Won M «j| [ 100 Bedsteads, and Prices ? every description of Bedding. ? SENT FREE BY POST. U HEAL AND SON, JJ ? 6EMTEAO. BEDDING, ?' /? \'? AND BEOMOM FUM1TUM ?.? ?. MANUFACTURERS, ,? ￼ ￼ ￼ ￼ ?M???