t W. J. CHURCHILL'S HAPPY VALLEY MINSTRELS Perform Daily in the Happy Valley at 3. Evening Performances Three Nights a week Prices Front Seats, 9d.; second, 6d.; cushioned seats or the grass for children, 4d. LLANDUDNO GRAND HOTEL. ■ •o: Only Hotel in Llandudno over- looking sea and facing due south. Adjoins Pier, to which Visitors have access free of charge. Hotel Omnibus meets trains. Telephone Nos. 150 and 0281. Telegrams—" Grand, Llandudno." REGINALD U. VAUGHAN, Manager. Also Edinburgh Carlton Hotel." I CHEEKS OF VELVET. f The lady who regards her appearance J -will not allow the sun to spoil her com- r plexion without making an effort to 5 i prevent it. Massage your face and hands, night C and morning, with < f Carnartion Cream and they will remain soft and smooth) Y 3 no matter how much they may be ex- posed to the outdoor air. It costs only f 6d, and Is. per jar, and is compounded < X of the purest ingredients only. T Carnation Cream and Breeze of > i the Orme perfume represent a com- 1 bination of daintiness, quality and C moderation in price. c Prices—Carnation Soap, Is. per box V f of three tablets. Breeze of the Orme < > perfume, Is. 9d., 3s. ahd 5s. 6d. > F. N. Mercen 11 T CHEMIST & OPTICIAN, s 101, Nlostyn Si, Llandudno. Everything tor Motors and Cycles AT Deacon's, Vaughan Street, Close to G.P.O. and Railway Station. LLANDUDNO BEST GARAGE IN NORTH WALES. HAVE YOU CORNS ? f If so, Try AMERICAN CORN SILK. (Ph. 1. Form 772.) WILL REMOVE THEM IN THREE DAYS. In boxes, 6d. each. Prepared by- £ &A Kate'N. Horniblow M.P.S. Dispensing and Photographic Chemist, 4, Queen's Buildings, Llandudno. Telephone No. 104 I Llandudno Pier Co, Ltd, Secretary Mr. SAMUEL B JGHES SEASON 1907. The Pier Company's Popular Concerts. Morning at 11, Evening at 7-45. GRAND ORCHESTRA. Musical Director: Mr. Arthur W. Payne, A.R.A.M Sub-Conductor, Mr. W. HAIGH. Augmented to 40 performers Artistes. 12th Special, July 27th— Madame Ada Crossley, Contralto July 27th to July 29th— Madame Effie Thomas, Soprano July 30th to August 2nd— Miss Enrtlly Foxcroft, Contralto Admission to 6-0 p.m., 2d.; after 6-0 p.m., 6d Season Tickets: Front Seats, 30s.; Second, 22s. Monthly Tickets: Front Seats, 16s.; Second 12s. Weekly Tickets, 3s. 6d.; Front Seats, 5s. Pier Pavilion, LLANDUDNO. GRAND SPECIAL Matinee CONCERT Thursday, Aug. Ist. at 3 p.m. Madame ELEANOR JONES-HUDSON, Soprano, of the Royal Albert and Queen's Hall, London, Ballad Concerts. MISS GWLADYS ROBERTS, Contralto, of the Royal Albert and Queen's Hall, London, Ballad Concerts and Principal Provincial Concerts and Festivals. MR. JOHN HARRISON, The World-renowned Tenor, of all first-class Concerts. MR. CHARLES KNOWLES, The Famous Baritone of the leading London and Festival Concerts. MR. ELI HUDSON, A.R.C.M. The King of Solo Flautists. MISS CARRIE LUMBERS, Accompanist. Popular Prices: Front Seats (Reserved), 2s. 6d. Unreserved, 2s.; Second Seats and Bal- cony, Is. Admission, 6d. Doors open 2-30 p.m. Concert 3 p.m. PIER THEATRE VARIETIES, LLANDUDNO. Manager S. HUGHES, Junr. DAILY at 8 p.m. ROYAL AMERICAN B I 0 ê) COPE Monday, July 29, and during the week— The Baffled Burglar. The Royal Visit to Dublin. Too Stout. And 10,000 other Pictures. SATURDAY AFTERNOON, SPECIAL TREAT FOR SCHOOL CHILDREN. Prizes for Boys and Girls ADMISSION 6d. & Is. Saturday Afternoon, 2d. &- 3d PIER HEAD PAVILION. MESSRS. ADELER & SUTTON'S IE* iero 11 s DAILY. Afternoon at 3. Evening at 8. MONDAY, JULY 29th, and during the week entertainments will be given by CHARLES HARVEY, Comedian. IRIS BRANSFIELD, Comedienne. JACK HUGHES, B2sso CLIFFORD GREY, Patter Comedian. J. A. TUNBRIDGE, Accompanist. A. R. SUTCLIFFE, Comedian. Look out for Malcolm Scott! t- e For Beauty's Cheeks. 1 | WINTER'S PEARL CREAM j A Dainty Balm for Dainty People. f J Renders the skin soft and smooth a. T i velvet. It entirely and speedily re J J moves all roughness, redness, SUN- BURN, freckles and all irritation of r the skin caused by the sun, wind or X P sea bathing. If this dainty skin balm c X s used regularly night and morning as < f a massage cream it will impart a V j natural and beautiful bloom to the f J t complexion. £ Contains NO Glycerine. i j jjelicately Perfumed. 3 i Price Is., Is. 6d., Is. 9d. and 2s. 6d. By ? f post 3d. extra. S c To be obtained only from T i J. Winter & Co., I X M.P.S., Dispensing Chemists, P MOSTYN ST. & MOSTYN AYENUE, s F LLANDUDNO. > f Telephone—Mostyn Street, 40. s p Craigydon, 40a. ) I Grand Theatre, LLANDUDNO MONDAY, July 29th. for three nights only, Charley's Aunt. THURSDAY, August 1st, for Three Nights only His House in Order. v Doors open at 7.30 pin., commence at 8 Early Doors to Pit and Gallery at 7.15 p.m. 6d. extra. Half price at 9 (Gallery excepted.) Seats in Dress and Upper Circle, also Orches- tra and Pit Stalls. No charge for booking. PRICES OF ADMISSION.—Boxes from 10/6 Orchestra Stalls, 4s.; Dress Circle, 4s. and 3s.; Upper Circle and Pit Stalls, 2/6 Pit, 1/6; Amphitheatre, Is.; Gallery 6d. Prince's Theatre, LLANDUDNO Lessee ARTHUR E. VAUGHAN Manager J. RITSON Telephone. 94 7 Twice Nightly. 9 MONDAY, July 29th and during the week WYLLIE, The Tramp Musician MDME, TELLA. Ballad Vocalist DEAN & DAWSON, in the screamingly funny sketch, "At the Call Office," in- troducing Dody Morris, unbeaten middle weight Champion of England LOVELY DEVON, a Trip through Devon and Cornwall (by courtesy of the Great Western Railway Co ) by the PARISIAN PICTURES. Prices of Admission. Dress Circle, 2s.; Orchestra Stalls, Is. Od.; Side Circle, Is. Od.; Balcony and Pit Stalls, 6d.; Pit, 3d. Matinees of Parisiaq Pictures Daily at 3. Next week- Last appearance of DINAH MORRIS pre- vious to her return to America, supported by powerful vaudeville company. The Steamers of the old established Company, The St. George's S.S. Co, Ltd., Will ply (weather and other causes permitting) on one of the most beautiful rivers in Wales, between Deganwy, Conway & Trefriw Please note the name of this Company's steamers- "KING GEORGE," PRINCE GEORGE," and "ST GEORGE," and that they start from the St. George's Landing Stages at Deganwy and Conway. Sailings for week ending Aug 3. Train from Leave Return from Llandudno Degauwy Trefriw. Monday 12 25 p.m. 2 40 p.m. Tuesday .1 10 3 25 Wednesday 2 If)" 4 b „ Thursday 3 0 „ 4 47 „ + Friday 4 0 „ 5 54 „ f Saturday 15 7 11 „ f fDoubtful if steamers reach Trefriw. Fare according to distance. FARES Fore end, Is, Return 2s.; After end, I s. 6d Return 2s. 6d. Children half price For further particulars apply to Messrs. P. & H. Lewis, Conway and Llanrwst Messrs. Roberts & Co., Quay, Conway; R. E. Jones Bros., "Weekly News ,'5 Offiee, Conway and Colwyn Bay The Hotel Belle Vile, Trefriw; Mr. Slater, Photo Artist, Mostyn St., Llandudno Mr. John Jones, Glasgow House, Pen- maenmawr Mrs. Tritton, Castle Hotel, Deganwy Mr. Tomkinson Indispensible, Colwyn Bay; and at all the principal hotels in the neighbourhood, or to Manager, Captain W. Roberts, Quay, Conway. For the convenience of passengers, Luncheons and Teas will be ready on arrival at Hotel Belle Vue, Trefriw. Special Notiee.—Tickets for these steamers are NOT SOLD at Llandudno and other places, and can only be had on board the steamers. Liverpool and North Wales S.S. Company. LA MARGUERITE, daily (Sundays included) for Beaumaris, Bangor and Menai Bridge. Leave Pier 1 p.m., due back 5 p.m. for Liverpool. S.S. ST. TUDNO.—Monday and Wednesday, 29th and 31st, for HOLYHEAD. Leaves Llan- dudno 11 30 a.m., due, back 5 40 p.m. 1 hours ashore. 2 Tuesday, July 30th, for ROUND ANGLESEY. Leav>80 Pier 11-45 a.m., due back 5-45 S.S. ST. EL VIES.—Tuesday and Thursday, July 30th and August 1st, for DOUGLAS, Llandudno 10 a.m., due back 7 p.m. 2 hours ashore. 2 S.S. SNOWDON.—Monday, Tuesday, Thurs- day, and Friday, for Straits and Carnarvon. Leave Pier 10-50 a.m., due back 5 15. Two ,hours ashore. Wednesday, July 31st, for BLACKPOOL. Leave Pier 10 50 a.m., due back 6 30 p.m. Two hours ashore. Saturday, for Menial Straits. Leave Pier 10-50 a.m., due back 2 30 p.m. Special Trip to Memai Bridge, Sundays. Re- turn fare, Is. Leave Pier 3 p.m., due back 5 30 p.m. Early Boat to LiverpocI, on Monday. Leave Pier 8 a.m., due back 5-30 p.m. REDUCED FARES ON SUNDAYS, between Llandudwno and Menai Bridge 2s. First Re- turn, Is. 6d. Second Return. Reduced Fares for parties of 10 and upwards. All information will be supplied at the Pier Gates by Mr Arthur Parton, the Company's Agent. Telephone 141. ROCK CASTLE, (Foulkes' Cave.) TYGWYN ROAD, GT. ORME'S HEAD. THE Scarlet Merrions Vaudeville Entertainers, Will give their refined entertainment twice daily, At 11, 3 and 8 p.m. During the Season. -) CYOLE.-Ma,rvellous Bargain. Gent's new 1907 Coventry machine, highest grades; fitted with Clincher Tyres Crabbe roller lever, front and back rim brakes the very -latest Perry's ballbearing free wheel, plated rims, coloured centres, black enamelled and lined frame, mud- guards, magnificent machine, not soiled, complete with gas lamp, bell pump, spanner, etc. JE4 9s. 6d. Great Bargain, worth double, will send on approval any distance before cash sent.—M. House, St. Madge, Pitman Road, Weston-super- Mare. I VISITED BY OVER A MILLION PEOPLE THE GREAT PICTURE The Return from Calvary, By HERBERT SCHMALZ. This great Picture, which was by Special Royal Coman-d submitted to Her Majesty the Queen, has created a perfect furore in every town. Hundreds being unable to obtain admittance every night. Now on view at The Art Gallery, 106a, Upper Niostyq St., Llandudno. "Hours 10 to 9. Admission 6d. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY MARINE RESIDENCE, LLANDUDNO NORTH WALES. A Magnificent Marine Residence, in the centre of Llandudno Bay, fronting sea, with superb views of the Great and Little Orme's Head, and which has been especially adapted for an Invalid's use, no expense having been spared, and in- cludes a. well-built and beautifully up- holstered lift from the hall to the first and second floors. The House comprises splendid Hall, handsome Dining Room, very spacious morning Lounge Room, noble Drawing room (all with bay windows), full comple- ment of Bedrooms (all with superb views of sea and mountains), large Bathroom, two separate w.cl., largei Kitchen, Ser- vants' Hall, Butler's pantry, Scullery, etc. The house is replete with every possible convenience, and the decorations are of the most costly and beautiful de- scription. The sanitary arrangements are entirely modern and up-to-date.—Apply to Mr D. Sherratt, 4, Penrhyn Crescent, or to Messrs Dew and Son, Trinity Square, Llandudno.
BIRMINGHAM UNIVERSITY. FACULTY' OF MEDICINE, Associated w .ith the General and Queen's Hospitals for Clinical Teaching. SOHOOL OF DENTISTRY, ,■ In conjunction with the Birmingham Dental (Hospital. The WINTER. SESSION opens on October 1st, 1907.. The University grants Degrees in Medicine, Surgery, and Public Health, anld la, Diploma, in Public Health; also Degrees and a Diploma an Dental Surgery. The Courses of instruction are arranged, to meet the requirements of other Universities and Licensing Bodies. For Prospectus and further information apply to GILBERT BARLING, M.Sc., F.R.C.S. Dean. LLANDUDNO REGATTA. JULY 18th, 1907. LIST OF SUBSCRIPTIONS. £ s. d. The Right Hon. Lord Mostyn 2 2 0 The Hon. Edward Mostyn 1 1 0 May-Day Committee 5 0 0 Mr T. P. Davi-es 1 1 0 Mr John Walker 1 1 0 R. S. Chamberlain 1 1 0 S. Chantrey, J.P. 1 1 0 „ W. Bevan, J.P. 2 2 0 „ Cornelius Sever 2 2 0 Rowlands 1 1 0 Colonel Gee (Gaerhun) 1 1 0 Mr JeJ. W. Johnson 0 10 0 J. E. Hallmark 0 10 6 Roibert Roberts, J.P. 0 10 0 „ Hugh Edwards 0 10 6 Messrs Miarks and Marks 0 10 6 'Messrs J. and S. Roberts 0 10 6 Dr. H. Bold Williams 0 10 6 Mrs A. Pilkington 0 10 6 Messrs Edge and Moy 0 10 6 Mr How el Jones 0 10 6 Dr. Dalton 0 5 0 (Messrs Bevan Bros. 0 5 0 Messrs Deacon and Son. 0 5 0 Messrs Stead and Simpson 0 5 0 [Messrs G. W. Morton 0 5 0 Manager, Parr's Bank 0 5 0 Rev. Ll. R. Hughes 0 5 0 Mr W. C. Watson 0 5 0 „ J. W. Williiams 0 5 0 „ D. Davies, joiner 0 2 6 H. Jones, tobacconist 0 2 6 Herbert, tobacconist 0 2 6 „ R. CIllay 0 2 6 itiiigiL Hughes 0 2 6 Morris Wartiski 0 2 6 E.. W. Rdberts 0 2 6 Messrs Pierce Bros. 0 2 6 „ R. Roberts and Son. 0 2 6 Stubbs and Co. 0 2 6 Mrs G. L. Roberts 0 2 0 Mr G. R. ThoTnipson 0 2 0 Mr T. W. Jones 0 2 0 Griffith Roberts 0 2 0 Mrs Underwood 0 10 0 Mr R. D. Owen 0 5 0 E. P. Stephenson 0 2 6 John Bellis 0 2 6 Wm. Brigsjs, Bodalaw 0 2 6 Messrs H. and R. Roberts 0 2 6 Miss Williams, Royal 0 2 0
IMPORTANT TO MOTHERS.—Every Mother who values the Health and Cleanliness of her child should use HARRISON'S 'RELIABLE' POMADE. One application kills all Nits and Vermin, beautifies and strengthens the Hair. In tins d. and 9d. Postage Id. Geo. W. Harrison, Chemist, 118, Broad Street, Reading. Agent for Llandudno.-J. Winter, 3, Mostyn Street: Deg"- rT Roger Jones, Chemist. TO all having APARTMENTS TO LET.—Do not lose pounds by having your apartments empty, when for Is. (or three weeks, 2s.) you can have a 30-word advertisement in Six London Suburban Newspapers circulating in districts which each year sends thousands of Visitors to Llandudno. Names of papers Leyton, Leytonstone, West Ham, Wanstead, Woodford and Forest Gate, Manor Park and j-iford Express and Independent.— Address, Publisher, Independent Office, Leytonstone, London, N.E.
DEATH. WRIGHT.At Preswylfa, Abbey Road, July 23rd, George Thomas Wright, of Long- stone, Derbyshire, J.P., eldest son of the late Col. George Wright, Madras Army., and nephew (if the, late Capt. William Wright, of Lympaton.e House, Devon, and Longstone Hall, Derbyshire, aged 78. IN MEiMORIAM. In ever loving memory of David Jesse' Claxton, who died July 29th. 1903, aged 22 years.
Miscellaneous. APARTMENTS.—Nice rooms, pleasant outlook, central situation, 5 minutes from Promenade, 10 from West Shore I and golf links. Good cooking, bath, piano, electric light.—Mrs Brocklehurst, "Perthi," St. Mary's Road, Landudno. BICYCLE.—Most marvellous bargain ever offered, magnificent Gent's High Grade Coventry Safety, ahsolutelyas new, ball bearing, free wheel, ,silver plated rims, rim brake, pneumatic tyres, not soiled, beautifully enamelled, lined and plated, mud guards, and all accessories; cash urgently wanted, R3 10s., worth double: must be sold at once; approval before cash sent.—T. Husband, 9, Waterloo Street, Weston-super-Mare. TO LET1.—Large Apartment House in Gloddaeth Crescent, Llandudno. No furniture to be taken. Possession to be arranged for.—Apply, Oldman, 26, Mostyn Street, Llandudno. BUNGALOWS AND WEEK-END HOUSES.—For Sale, charming Resi- I dences, well built, quaint and artistic, beautifully situated, freehold. For parti culars, apply, Geo. Roberts and Bro., Builders, Llandudno. COTTAGE TO LET.—Parlour, Kitchen, Scullery, 3 bedrooms, W.C., coal house, gas laid, rent 8s. 6d. Immediate possess- sion.—Apply, Mr Evan Roberts, Morfa House, West Shore, NEW SACRED MUSIC.—Just publish- ed by Mr A. Evans, Metropolitan Bank, Llandudno, "Abide with Me" and "The Lord's Prayer." Short score with pedal accompaniment.—Copies at Claxton's Music Depot. Played by the Pavilion Orchestra. WANTED.—Middle of August, Sitting room (or use of) and double bedroom, with attendance, cocking, near Pier. Terms, strictly moderate.— Harvey, 70, st. Sidwell's, Exeter PARTIES rcquirc, Apartments, sotme double and others single bedded rooms, for August Bank Holiday week. Send particulars to Wat- kins. Excursion Secretary, 10, Harlerston Road., Northampton. GENTLEMAN requires bed and sitting room, with board, from July 31st to August 12th.— Address, H. Bass, West End, Coronation Road, Bristol. BEDROOM and SMALL SITTING ROOM, attendance, required for last week August and first fortnight. September. Moderate terms only.—Mr Hameaice, 10. Gordon Road, Gunners- buiry, London, W. FOR SALE.—Handy Knitting Machine, quite new.—Apply, 25, Alexandra Road, Llandudno. FURNISHED HOUSE TO LET, close to Pier tand Promenade; 3 entertaining 5 bedrooms.—Apply, R., "Pilot" and "Advertiser" Office. LADY'S ASSISTANT WANTED for outside Jewellery Stall. Must be. smart and a good saleswoman. References indispensable.—Apply, 117, Mostyn Street. REQUIFL.ED COOK-GENERAL, also Parlour- maid (private house). Three in family. Four maids kept.—Apply, D. B. "Advertiser" Office, Llandudno. WANTED.—Errand Boy.—Apply, Mr C. H. Bevan, Mostyn Streeit, Llandudno. WANTED-BOYS for Bottiing Stores, etc. Good wages.—Apply, G. and A. Brown, Mostyn Street, Llandudno. WANTED.-Tw-c, Apprentices for the Electrical profession. Thorough insight, most modern I plant and all latest appliances. Small premium required.—Apply, Box, LI., "Advertiser" and "Pilot" Office. W ANTED.-In Llandudno Good Bedroom and Private Sitting R-com,. from August 10th to 19th. Must be -comfortable, near sela and station. State lowest terms, to include cooking and attendance.—Trosnajn, 227, Minstead ROIad, Gravelly Hill, Birmingham. WANTED.—Small Furnished House, 2 Bed- rooms, from August 10th, for 2 weeks, Llan- dudno.—Madison, Prospect House, Leigh-on- Sea. FOR SALE.—400 fully paid igl Shares in the Holyhead and North Wales Gas and Water Co. Wanted offers for 'whole or part.-Apply No. 21, "Advertiser" Office, Llandudno. WANTED.—A Small Furnished House, 4 bed- rooms, on the Conway side of Landudno, for Sept.e,mbey.-Ad,dr-ess Mrs James, Brook House, Timiperle-y, Cheshire. DEGANWY.—TO LET Rawcliffe, near Golf Links, 7 bedrooms, 3 eiitettainiing rooms and all conveniences.—Apply 2, Victoria Buildings, Deganwy. ADDITIONAL FACILITIES FOR STEAMBOAT PAS,SENGEIRS.-It sometimes happens that passengers by the Liverpool and North Wales Steamship Company's steamer from Llandudno to Caa-Darvon desire to remiain longer in Car- narvon than the vessel stays ,there before re- turning. The Company have. now arranged with the- railway company for such passengers to return by train at a small additional charge upon giving up their return- half-ticket at the railway booking office. The "La Marguerite" arrived ait Llandudno ii Sunday with a full complement of passengers, and another boat had to follow with those she could not accom- modate. The "ADVERTISER" is set up by the, Linotype Composing Machine, and machinery driven by electric motor, installed by iH. Will-oughby Lance, Llandudno.
STEAMBOAT RIVALRY. NORTH WALES STEAMSHIP COMPANY OBTAIN INTERIM INJUNCTION. In the case of the Liverpool and North. Wales Steamship Company v. the Mersey Trad- ing Company, Mr Peterson, K.C., applied ex- parte to Mr Justice Neville, in the Chancery Division on Thursday for an interim injunction to restrain the defendant company from, pre- venting passengers from the plaintiff com- pany's vessels having access to a certain pier. He stated that one, Wi-Hiam Hortoin claimed to be. the owner cif a pier created under a pro- visional order of the Board of Trade, and the Mersey Trading Company alleged -that they were lessees from h-im. The M-ersey Trading Company had. refused to allow the plaintiff company's paseng-ers to have access to the pier unless the company paid a sum of e450 a year. Under an Act of 1862 piers and harbours constructed under provisional orders were to be .open to all persons upon payment of certain dues or toils to be fixed by the provisional order. That was confirmed by an Act of 1892. The pier in question was made by tihe, Colwyn Bay Pier Company,, who had transferred their interest, and it was said it was now vested in William Horton. The plaintiff company were the owners -otf several vessels which landed tlie-ir passengers on the pier, but on the- 22nd and 23rd of the present month such passengers were excluded because the plaintiffs had re- fused to pay the P,450 a year. The reason for the defendants' action, said counsel, was not far to seek, as the Meirsey Company were the .owners of several steamships, land it was an attempt to drive out the traide. of the plaintiff company. His Lordship asked whether it was one of the piers that came within the Acts giving persons access IOn payment, of fixed tolls. Counsel said there could be no; doubt thfat it was. His Loirdsihip granted an interim injunction -over next Tuesday, restraining the defendants from eaocluding the plaintiffs' passengers from the' pier, and gave leave, to serve short notice of motion for that day. BILLIARD TOURNAMENT ENTRIES. The entries for this season's great billiard tournament in London closed to-day, the com- petitors being Dawson, Diggle, Halrverson, Reece, Aiken;, Lovejoy, and Collins. The heats will be 8,000 up, under Rimington-Wilson rules, and only 50 consecutive cannons will he allow- ed. The idea of the last clause is, of course, to limit the anchor stroke.
BILLIARD MATCH. HARVERSON (LONDON) v. WILLIAMS (MANCHESTER). On Monday afternoon, an interesting billiard match was commenced in the new billiard room of the Grand Hotel, Llandudno, the players being Cecil Harvexson, of London, and A. E. Wi'lliams, of Manchester, the hirer receiv- ing 1000 in the match of 8000 up. It was agreed that not more than fifty consecutive cradle cannons should be allowed. It will be remembered that last year Harverson played Diggle a match of 16,000 up at the, Pier Theatre of Varieties, Llandudno, receiving 2000 start, and won the game- by 254 points. At each sitting the spectators have followed the pro- gress of the game most closely, and enthusiasti- cally applauded the performances of the play- ers. When starting IOn Thursday both players were behind their points, but Harverson, pulled up rapidly, scoring 132 twice, also- 130 and 93, etic. Williams's best break was 102. He also made 65 and smaller breaks, but was ciut of form in the evening. Harverson, is still below ihds points. Closing scores an Thursday night: HARVERSON (in play) 5,032 WILLIAMS 4,882 The Grand Hotel Billiard Saloon, which is most luxuriantly fitted, is one of the finest at- tached to any hotel in the British Isles, having a due south aspect and containing when com- plete three fine billiard tables.
GRAND THEATRE. LIST OF ATTRACTIONS. The following is tlhe list -of season's engage- ments at the Grand Theatre: — July 22nd, 3 nights, "A Fool's Paradise." July 25th, 3 nights, "A Chinese Honeymoon. Jury 29th, 3 -nights, "Charley's Aunt." August 1st, 3 nights, "His Horase in Order.,r August 5th, 6 nights, "The Eiarl and the Girl.' August 12tih, 3 nights, "The Catch of the Season, August 15th, 3 nights, Mr i-H. B. Irving and his London Company in "The Bells, and Lyons Mail." August 19th, 3 nights, "Tlhe Belle of May- fair. August 22nd, 3 nights, "The Di?„ir-Maids." August 26th, 3 nights, "The Beauty of Bath, August 29th, 3 nights, "The Little iMichus." Septeimiber 2nd, 6 nights, D'Oyly Carte's Opera Company. September 9th, 3 nights, "Peter's Mother." Sep-em)ber 12th, 3 nights, "The Blue Moon." Seiptember 16th, 6 nights, "The Dancing Girls of Spain." September 23rd, 6 nights, Mi-as Annie Hughes in "Misls To-mimy." ■ 1'