THE CRAIG-Y-DON BOARDING ESTABLISHMENT (TEMPERANCE). LLANDUDNO. On Sea Front. Accommodation for 160 Visitors. Terms Moderate. Open all the Year Round. Apply—Blisses 2&a:±«i.<a.3.e-fc033L Wood J. B. JONES, HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER, And GENERAL DECORATOR -0 Workshop—3Sa.olc madoo Street.. I LLANDUDNO WEST. If^ FREEHOLD BUILDING PLOTS FOR SALE IN THE ABOVE CHARMING SITUATION. With option of Buying by Deferred Payments in 35 year at L3-21 per cent. interest. The Sewage is laid on the most approved methods, no charge for making roads Side walks only to be laid by purchasers. FOR PARTICULARS APPLY TO MESSRS. SMITHS, GORE & CO., SURVEYORS, 10, Little College Street, Westminster Abbey, 2.W. ELSINORE," "A PRIVATE HOTEL and BOARDING RESIDENCE, St. George's Crescent, ^tofog^elea^6 LLANDUDN O, „ v „ } Mrs. BAXTER, Cinder the Management of the Proprietors > Terms Moderate. J The IVllSSGS ELLIS. I Advertiser and Pilot Offices, 1\lI:ax-:lE:e-t :a:.1a.:E1 d.. -a.d.:I1.C» Largest and lost TJp-to-Date Printing Plant in the district. i j yoa Suffer ] ( From HEADACHE, LOSS OF SLEEP, INDIGESTION, f ) } C TOBPID LIVER, BILIOUSMESS « 5 Beecham's Pills f will quickly remove the cause of these distressing complaints, and restore healthy action ✓ f m?Ttfy -^°U W'" *ee' £ e a new Person alter taking a few doses of BEECHAM'S J l PiL,Ui». Iney rid the system of impurities, improve the digestion, banish headache, and C GIVE POSITIVE RELIEF < II S IN ALL CASES OF BILIOUSNESS, CONSTIPATION, INDIGESTION < I I AND DISORDERED LIVER. J I ( X^hXCe,!e1^ rasa,t? obtained by the use of BEECHAM'S PILLS have proved them J I /• t t,le confidence they enjoy. Specially suitable for the ailments peculiar r I f males of all ages. They have helped thousands, and recommend themselves. ) I C Sold everywhere in boxes, price 1/d¿ (56 pills) & 2/9 (168 pills). ) B Local Agent: low I ■ ALFRED G. PUGH, Llewelyn Chambe rs, Llandudno.
POSTAL INFORMATION. Hours of Business Days. Holidays. Week Bank a.m. p.m. a.m. p.m. Sale of Postage Stamps, &c., Registration of Letters and other postal packets 7 0 to 9 0 7 0 to 9 0 SUNDAYS 8 0 to 10 0 tpareel Post business, In- land, Foreign and Colonial. 7 Oto 9 0 7 Oto 9 0 jPostal Order Business, issues and Payments. 7 0 to 9 0 i 0 to li 0 tMoney Order & Savings Bank business. 8 0 to 8 0 8 0 to 12 0 ^Government Stock, An- nuity and Insurance business 8 0 to 8 0 8 0 to 12 0 tissue of Inland Revenue Licences and Sale of In- land Revenue Stamps 8 0 to 8 0 8 0 to 12 0 JExpress Delivery busi- ness, outward service. 7 0 to 9 0 7 Oto 9 0 tNo Sunday business. [Express Delivery busi- ness, Local Messenger Service 8 0 to 9 0 8 0 to 9 0 SUNDAYS 8 0 to 10 0 Telegraph business. 8 0 to 9 8 0 to 9 0 Telephone business. 8 0to 9 0 8 Oto 9 0 SUNDAYS 8 0 to 10 0 Christmas Day and Good Friday services as on Sundays. Inward MatIs. LETTERS. Hour of Town Delivery Night Mail from all parts 7 0 am. From London and the South, Bangor, Birmingham, Carnarvon, Chester, Con- way Crewe, Liverpool, Manchester, Bettwsycoed, Blaenau Festiniog, De- ganwy, Llanrwst 12 30 p.m. From London and the South, Birmingham, Chester, Liverpool, Manehester, Wales, West of England and Ireland 3 0 p.m. From Bangor, Birmingham, Chester, Liverpool, Manchester North Wales and Midland Counties generally. 5 0 p.m. During July, August and September the delivery commences at 5 30 p.m. PARCELS. Night Mail from all parts 7 0 a.m From London and the South, Bangor, Chester, Liverpool, Manchester, and Deganwy •• ••• ••• 30 p.m. From London and the South of England, Birmingham, Chester, Liverpool, and Manchester. p 0 p.m. From London, Chester, Liverpool, Man- chester and towns in North Wales 5 0 p.m During July, August, and September the delivery commences at 5 30 p.m, ^Suspended on Wednesdays, October to May. Letters and parcels may be posted for each delivery up to 10 minutes before the hour of commencement. Parcels intended for the first delivery should by posted overnight. On Chri-tmas Day, Good Friday, and Bank Holidays there is only one delivery, and on Sundays one delivery of letters only at 7 a.m. Outward Mails. On Bank Holidays only the Mails marked with an are cispatched; on Sundays, Good Fridays and Christ- mas Day only the Mails marked f are despatched. ^Letters. Parcels. Conway, Bettwsycoed, Dol- wyddelan, Llanrwst, Taly- cafn, Trefriw 3 0 a.m. 9 0 p.m Deganwy, Tywyn, Llanrhos Penrhynside 6 50 a.m. 9 0 p.m tLlandudno Town Delivery 6 50 a.m. 9 0 p.m London, South of England, North Wales, Chester 8 50 a.m. 8 50 am. Deganwy 9 10 a.m. North of England, North Wales Crewe,Liverpool, Manchester Derby, Leicester, Bristol, Cardiff, Edinburgh 9 40 a.m. — Ireland. 10 45 a.m. — London, South of England,Lan- cashire, Yorkshire, Birming- ham, Chester and N. Wales 11 25 a.m. 11 25 a.m Llandudno Town Delivery 12 20 p.m. 12 20 p.m. Bangor, Conway, Carnarvon. 1 10 p.m. — Bettwsycoed, Birmingham, Chester, Holywell, Liverpool Manchester, Llanrwst, Rhyl; Eastern Counties, and West of England 1 25 p.m. 1 25 p.m. Deganwy, Tywyn and Llanrhos 2 30 „ 2 30 „ Llandudno Town Delivery 2 50 „ 2 50 „ Chester, Colwyn Bay, Liverpool 2 55 „ — Llandudno Town Delivery and Penrhynside 4 50 „ 4 50 „ Manchester (relief night mail) 5 40 „ — Bangor and Deganwy C, 06 0 *American Mail, Saturdays only 7 5 — t Night Mail to all parts of the United Kingdom 8 aG" 8 30 „ Extra d. 8 50 Bangor and Anglesea 9 508 30 „ London, Birmingham, Liver- pool, Manchester, Chester, North and South of England, North Wales 11 45 „ 8 30 „
SUMMER. The sunbeams with their glowing fingers Weave a robe of light, And spread upon the bosom of the earth A mlantle briglit: And everywhere their golden feet With radiant pressure ream; They crown with glory .every blossom, Crying "Summer's coime." And the light-winged zephyr whispers To the fields of nodding corn, And eyes that wept in yonder skies, Smile on the sunny morn; While hosts of feathered minstre's smg, And bees with merry hum, Go sipping neictar from the flowers And murmur "Summer's come." When fragrant hay is gathered in And nature yields her stoire; Of .rich,, ripe, luscious fruit, her off-spring On their branches bore; 'Then the yellow wheat shall raise The cry of "Harvest 'heme," And in the. warmth of sunny days He know that "Summer's colme." JOHN.
A HEALTHY APPETITE. All the world looks lo t'sne, little country for dried curranits. We in Britain consume no less ,th,a,i-i 62,000 tons annually, while ctheT coun- tries use 50.000 tons. The currants now on the markwfc are c-f pai-iticularly fine quality, and, in view of a possible shortage towards the ex- treme end of the season, housewives are ad- vised to lay in a reserve stock of this most nutritious friait.
-418 COAL Will- BE VERY DEAR. LOWEST SUMMER PRICE. Household Block, our Specialise Now well-known throughout the Midlands and recognised by thousands of customers as a first-rate all-round Coal,, very hot and durable, 16/3 per ton. Carriage Paid in 6 to 1 ton trucks to I | ASUmilMftSTATON Quotations to LLnllUUUFfiU other statonns on application. No CREDIT. NO DISCOUNT. NO MISTAKE Can be made by stocking at once. It is absolutely oertain that prices cannot be lower this summer on account of the vast improve>- ment in ail manufacturing trades and the enormous increased demand for cOIal from abroad (consequent on the repeal of the Coal Tax). miners have had two advances in wages already this year and are delmanding a. third next month. "TOO x.. A TB will be the fate of those who procrastinate in placing their coal orders. The Charlbury Coal Co. 23, HAMILTON ROAD, READING. Local Office-4 Queen's Buildings, Llandudno. L ANSDOWNE HOUSE SCHOOL AND KINDERGARTEN, ABBEY ROAD, LLANDUDNO. Principal, Miss Raw. Successor to Misses Matthews and Standring Prospectuses on Application FRON, CHURCH WALKS, LLANDUDNO. Private Boarding and Day School for Girls with class for Little Boys. Individual attention given to backward or delicate children. Principals: THE MISSES MOXON. LLANDUDNO SANATORIUM & CON. VALESCENT HOME! FOR WOMEN, 5 CLONMEL STREET.—This Home is now open for the reception of Patients, Subscribers of £ 1 Is. can nominate one patient for three weeks, at a cost to the- patient of 6s. per week.-Miss Finne- more, matron.
LLANDUDNO CRICKET CLUB. FIXTURES FOR. 1907. July 27.-Mo:styn a August 3.-Rhuddla,n h. August 5.Manchster Y.M.C'.A h Aug. 10.—Llanrwst. (1st and 2nd elevens) h Aug. 17.—Crewe Premiums.h Aug. 24.-Ruabon h Aug. 28 and 29.-Carnarvonshire v. Flint- shire Llandudno September 7.—Bangor h September 14.-Conway a
QANADA'S EXPERIMENTAL FARMS. The improvement that has taken place in agriculture in Canada since the establishment of Government Experimental Farms in 1886, ,constitutes the best tribute that could be paid to these useful institutions, and to the fore- sight of the Dominion Government. Twenty years ago, agriculture in Canada was back- ward, while to-day the farming community of Canada is amongst the most advanced in the world. Elalch province in the Dominion possesses one of these experimental farms devoted to the solution of local problems, and the results obtained are all at the disposal of the whole farming community. > Indeed, these results are sent to them regularly, free of charge, in the form of admirably prepared bulletins. In no oitiher part have these experimental stations been more beneficial than in Canada's prairie' regions, where everything is untried, and where experiments alone could determine practice. In these regions, systematic analysis of the soil has shown that it is from four to five times as rich in nitrogen, potash and phosphoric acdd-wh.ich are the. principal con- stituents necessary to plant growth-as' the soil of most European countries; and success- ful experiments have resulted in producing a -variety of wheat which will ripen in northern latitudes. The greatest interest has been ex- cited by these results, and requests for samples of the new Canadian wheat have been received from every part of the world. Enougfh. has been established ias to the agiri- ,cultural possibilities of Western Oanadia to make it cettiain that it will become, cne of the, greatest ifood producing regions of the world.
AUGUST BANK HOLIDAY ON THE CONTINENT. For visiting the Hague, Scheiveningen and Amsterdam, for the dead cities of the Zuyder Zee, special facilities aire offered via the Great Eastern Railway Company's (Harwich-Hook cf Holland Route. From the Hook of Holland through carriages and restaurant cars are run on the North and South German express trains to Cologne, Bale and Berlin, reaching Cologne at noon, Bale and Berlin in the eveniiug. By the Antwerp service passengers reach Brussels next morning.
CYNLAS—Miss L. Pritchard. l' Mr D. Williams, M.A. Geo. Hartley, Esq., Heather View Earley Mrs Hartley and son, do Mr and Mrs Fourls, do Miss Hinde, Manchester Miss Davis, do D)Ell,A-A,IERE-Afiss Sh aw. Mr and Mrs W. Fred Srhallman, family and nurse, West Bromwich Mrs Hall. Qulnton Mrs Smith, do Miss Hunt. Horwich HABBERLEY HlOUSE-Milss-es Morgan and Glover. b E. W. Garrett. Esq., Epsom. Mrs Garrett, do Mr J. Garrett, do L Miss E. Garrett, do A. Holliiis, Esq., Mansfield Mrs Hollins, do HARLEY HOUSE-Mrs Watkins. Joseph Nokes, Bilston, Staffs. Herbert Snow, Coseley, Bilston Mr and Mrs Galloway, Leeds Mrs and Miss Kind-ar, Solihull Misses Ebbens. Enfield Mr Ebbens, do Mr Turner, do HEALD HOUSE—Misses Doran and Tiipper. Rev. J. and Mrs Paton, Manchester Ew. A. Dale, do Mrs Dale and famliy, do Mr and Mrs Gregory, Levenshulme Master Douglas Gregory and baby, do Mrs iViiortotii, Wo-lverhamspto-n Miss Weverter, do Mr and Mrs Green, Leeds Miss Walton, Manchester Mr and Miss Wilson. Chorley Miss Hcdgkinson, do Miss Allen, Cheltenham Miss Frank, London Messrs Murrv (2i, Wolverhampton HILLSBRUGH—Mrs W. D. Jones. Mr and Mrs T. G. and Master L. Norris, Cat- ford. Kent Mr and Mrs E. H. Shannons, do Master F. S-harmons, do Miss Cooper, Birmingham ,Miss A .Hirons, do Miss E. H'irons. do Mr and Mrs William Weston, London Prof. WIlTI. Ap Ni,atdo,c, Chicago, U.S.A. ISLWYN—Mrs Roberts. j Mrs Burrows, Mosedey Mr Stanley Burrcws, do Mrs W. G. F. Bolton, Birmingham. Mr- and Mrs Amer, London Mr Thomson, Leicester Mrs Thomson, do Miss Isabel Thomson, do 7, MOSTYN AVENUE—Mr W. M. Roberts. 'Mr and Mrs E. Btucher and family, Liscard Miss Barton, do LAUREL BANK—Mrs J. Jarvis. Mrs Cumberland, children and maid, Perry Barr Master Hosall and nurse, do PRION HOUSE-Misses Dowler and Bennett. Miss Collins, Sutton Coldfield" Miss Rosemary Heaton, do Mr and Mrs Sydney Wilkinson, Hands-worth, Birmingham Mr M. Baker, do ROTHESAY—Mrs Harrington. Mr an dMrs Alfred Davies 'Miss Davies SKIPTON HOUSE—Mrs Owen. STRATHMORE—Mrs W. K. Emery. Mr and Mrs H. W. Dean, Llandudno Mr and Mrs Hipsley and family, Northfield Miss Thome. Northfield iMr and Mrs Williams, Erdington Master Freddie Williams, do' Mrs Ward, Civ we Miss Gertie Ward, do Mr and Mrs Bell, do' Master James Bell, do TROTSHILL—Mrs G. Woodyatt. 4, WOODVILLE GROVE, Mostyn Avenue- Miss Llewelyn. W. H. S. Whitney, Esq., J.P., Grosmont, Hereford Mrs Whitney, do NORTH MADOC STREET. ASH GR-OVE—Mrs John Roberts. Mrs iayfair, Birmingham Miss Play fair, do Mr and Mrs Rodes, children and nurse, Sheffield Mr and Mrs Owell, Darwen BODHYFRYD—Mrs Parry. Miss Beavon, Kotherham Rev and Mrs Drummond and family, Rother- Elam -).M Mr and Mrs Preston and family, Cardiff IMir and Mrs Powell and family, Royston Misses Tatley, Liverpool GOLEUFRYIW- Alderman and Mrs Ralph Shorrock, Darwen Mrs Woodman, Farnworth, Bolton Mirs Walker, Walkden, near Manchester Miss Greenwood, Farnworth, near Bolton Councillor and Mrs H. C. Jepson, Darwen Mr J. R. Jepson, do Miss Jepson, do Miss M. A. Jepson, do Miss M. Jepson, do Mr W. Jepson, do Miss Martin, do DOL HYFRYD—Mrs W. C. Roberts. Mr William Pollard, Burnley Mr John T. Pollard, do Miss Lupton, do Miss Bemtham, do ■ Mr Councillor W. Tanuinsoii, M.P.S., do Mrs Tomlinson, do Mr John Schofield, Nelson Mr A H. Baldock, West Bmdgford, Not- tingham Mrs Baldock, do Mr S. A. RaI'do'ck. do Mr C. H. Baldock, do Miss D. H. Baldock, do Miss C. M. Baldock, do Miss G. M. Baldock, do Miss M. A. Baldock, do Miss G. E. Baldook, do Miss C. do MT Thos. Reeves, Solihull, Warwickshire Mrs Reeves, do Miss Doris Reeves, do MrsS]\? JSH1olin?sworth, Sparkbrook, B'ham Mir Janmaway and baby, So-uthporu Miss d0' ^ar^^AtkiScn and baby, Burnley Mrs Spencer, do SEIRIOL VILLA-MTs J. F. Moss. Mr J. Hoffermann, Manchester Miss Richardson and friends, Darwen Mr and Mrs Armitage, Bolton Miss Fish, and friends, Darwen, Mr Pullen, London Mr Jones, Bangor ST. MOSITZ—Mrs Barber. Mr and Mrs Belns (resident) Mr and Mrs Nepean. Folkestone Mr and Mrs Barton, Harborne Mr and Mrs J. Gardener, Durham Miss and Master Gardener, do Mr and Mrs Green, King's Heath Mr and Mrs Ogden and child, Hazlewell SOUTHALLS' TOWELS STILL FURTHER IMPROVEMENTS, The Original and Best, are now sold in Packets containing half-dozen. Size 1 at Sixpence. Also in Packets one dozen, as follows :—Size I, is.; Size 2, is. 6d. Size 3 and 4 (differing in shape), 2s. by all Ladies' Outfitters, Chemists, &c., throughout the world. Local Agents: LEWIS A COCKER, rEi, Mostyn St. & Kiosk on Pier JAITES LTi,ril Llandudno and Deganwy. HOLMES EVANS. Queen's Road, Creigyoion. FRANK N MEKCEK. 101, Mostyn Street. J R. WILLIAMS. ot posite Town Hall, Lloyd Street A.M. FLASH. Alexandra Buildings, M.o&tyn Street and 5. Victoria Street BEN JONES. 73. Mostyn Street sna Lloyd Street r S. BA.RTLEY SON, Compton House. ROBERT ROBERTS. 50. Mostyn Street J WINTER & CO.. Mo-tyn Sce-vet & Mostyn Avenue L. E. GLEDHILL. G. Queen's Buildings, Clonmel St. W. ARTHUR ROBERTS. Chemist. 31, Mostyn Street J ROBERT OWEN, 25, Mostyn Street, Llandudno THE CLIFF— Mr and Miss Payne, Wolverihamptoaa Mrs Rose, Walsall Miss Buckley, do Mr and Mrs Mather, Preston Mr and Mrs Bary, baby and nurse, Leicester Mrs Wilkers, Wr&lsall Miss M. G. Baker, do Mr and Mrs Williams, Bangor THE PALMS—Mr and Mrs Singleton. Mr and Mrs Thos. Percival, Manchester Mr Robt. Wm. Percival, do Mr and Mrs Burrows, Urmston Mr and Mrs Miblington, Northwich Miss Miblington, do Mrs Seddon. Nantwich Mr and Mrs Wiaterhox^se and family, Altrincham iMiss Horrocks, do iMT Rüwbotham, Manchester Mr and Mrs Norcrcss and family, Darwen TRINITY SQUARE. HILL VIEW VILLA—Mrs R. Williams. Mr and Mrs Adams, Southsea Mr and Mrs Fletcher, do Mrs Norton, Wednesbury Master H. Norton, do Mrs Wenlook, OannOick Mr Withington, do Mr and Mrs Tomlinson, Manchester Misses Ingham (2), Burnley Miss Segeir, do- Miss Hall, do Mrs Townsend, Walsall Mrs Garrington, do TRINITY STREET. BIRKDALE—Misses Lawton. Mr and Mrs Tomlin, London Miss Lennon, Liverpool Miss Nora Lennon, do Miss Crangle, do Miss Amibridge, London Miss Peel, do Mrs Bell, do Mr T'ilston, do BRONWEN HOUSE—Miss Helstriip. Mirsi Grane and family, Duiblin Mrs Lloyd, do Mr ,and Mrs Coupe, Manchester Mr and Mrs Scaling, Leeds Miss Pepper, Nottingham Miss Hollingworth, do Mr and Mrs T'idswell, Halifax DINORWIC VILLA—Mrs R. Hughes. Mr and Mrs Brown, Stratford, Essex Mrs Mills, Rochdale Miss Buckley, Croyden, Surrey Mr and Mrs Thompson, Nottingham Mr Smith (senr.) Mr Smith Miss Clarke ISLWYN- Mrs E. Boole. Mr and Mrs Walters, London Mr and Mrs Fox, Leeds Mr Clarke, Norwich IM'iss Jactkson, do Miss Spink, Wolveirhampton Misses Bernsteiin, Manchester LINCOLN VILLA—Mrs E. Roberts. Mr and Mrs Forrester and children, Hanley Mr and Mrs Gunning, Bristol Mrs Shapcott and friend, do Misses Shapcott (2), do Miss S. Stokes Mr and Mrs H. J. Picker, Wainfleet St. Mary Mr and Mrs Whitehelad and bruby, Hanley PARK VILLA-Mrs Evans. Mrs and Miss Richardson, Leeds Mr Graham, do Mr and Mrs Taylor, London. Master and Miss Taylor, do Mr and Mrs Haywood, Manchester RIVERIA—Mrs A. Davies. Mr and Mrs Tatum, Ispwich, Suffolk Mr C. Davies, Barrow-in-Furness Mr and Mrs Broadmeadow, Manchester Mr and Mrs Tate, Stretford Misses Wagg, Ashby-de-la-Zouch TUDNO STREET. BOD ELWYMrs. Jones. Mrs T. J. Freme, Oorwen Miss Freeime, do Master Fremei, do Miss Smith, do MELBOURNE1—Mrs Higginbottom. Mrs and Miss Whent, Birmingham Mr and Mrs Moss, St. Helens Mr and Mrs Partington and family, York Mr and Miss Brown, Sale Misses Partington, York Mr and Mrs Lane, Newport Mon Mr J. Ansell, Edgbaston 6, TUDNO STREET—Miss Wood. IMrand Mrs Howard, Acton, London, W. Master Howard, d o 10. TUDNO STREET1—Mrs T. R. Janes. Mrs Midgley, Stockport Miss Midgley, do Ma- and Mrs Moss, family and maid Mars and Miss M'idgley, Stockport VAUGHAN STREET. BOD GWILYM—(Mrs W. Williams, Misses Wright, Coventry Mr and Mrs Davison, Crewe (Mr and Mrs Dane and children, Darwen Mr and Mrs Higgs, Crewe, Mr and Mrs Ainsworth, Bolton Master and Miss Ainsworth, do Mr and Mrs Roiboittom, Menthyr Mis si Rioibottom, dioi COURT ROYAL—Mrs Brown. Mr and Mrs Waie, Darwen -■ < Mr Rolfson, Birmingham 1 Mr Ccwens. Liverpool j DENVER HOUSE—Mrs Williams. Mr and Mrs Allison, Sheffield Miss Brooks, do Mr Slack, do Mrs King, Aigburth Misses King, do Mr and Mrs Finney, Winsfoird *lki,r, and Miss Pincombe, Hooton Mr and Miss Kendal, do Mr and Mrs Ward, Clrcrlton-cum-Hardy Mr Ward, junT., do EGERTON HOUSE—Mrs Batchelor. Mrs Lomas, Macclesfield F. Lom,a,s, Esq., do, G. Fleet, Esq., Stoke-on-Tlrent Mrs Fleet, do ■Masters Fleet (2) and maid, do Mrs Booth, Manchester Miss Gladys Booth, do Miss Marie Booth, do ELGIN HOUSE—Mrs Jennings. Dr. and Mrs Sneiil, London Mr and Mrs Forsell, Leicester Mr and Mrs Heaps and party, Macclesfield Mr and Mrs Houlton and party, do The Misses Douglas, Buttexknowle Misuses. Stiannioii, Macclesfield Mr and Mrs Vein and party, Salop Mr and Mrs Meredith and family, Didsbury Mr and Mrs Jones,, Bristol Mrs Roach and family, Bristol FRANKFORT HOUSE-Mrs R. S. Luther. Mr and Mrs Bond, Southport Master J. W. Bond, do Mr Hough, London Mr Etteirson, do Mr Firth, Roundey Miss Firth, do Mr and Mrs Tyrer, St. Helens Miss Tyrer, do Mrs and Miss Jenkins, Liverpool Miss Morey, London Misses Hcpes (3), do GL.ENDAT,OUGH—Mrs G. Evans. Miss Gallon, Ardwiek Mr and Mrs Green, Sheffield Mr and Mrs Hodgson, Waterfort Miss Hodgson, do Misses Law (2). do' ROTHBURY—Mrs W. F. Bratt. Mr and Mrs Owen, Cheshire Mrs Spencer and bov. Lond-cn Mr and Mjiss Hamblin, do Mr Tinmerley. Birmingham Mr H. Timperley. do 1,+. Liverpool Mr Knisht, Liverpool Miss Dickin, Minsterley, Salo-p Mr Bratt, Trumpeter H..T. F. Bratt, R.F.A., Seaforth Trumpeter E. Underhill, R.F.A.. do TORONTO HOUSE-Mrs White. Mr and Mrs Glossoip., Huddersfield Miss Lichstein, Manchester Masters M. and C. Lichstein, do Dr. and Mrs Anderson, Rugby Mrs and Miss Chaise, Birmingham Mr Bowen, Leeds FRON DIRION, Rosebery Avenue.—Misses Stratton. Mr and Mrs Brears, Leadgate, Co. Durham Misses Breiars (2), do Mr and Mrs Shiarrocks, Manchester Misses Collier (3), Leigh Miss Hill, do Miss Thaekray, Nantwich Miss Whittinghiam, do Mr and Mrs Howden and baby, Cheadle Hulme HAGRISIS-A-lr,s Broughall. Mr and Mrs Glossop, baby and nurse, Che-ster- field Mr and Mrs Adshead, Crumpsall Miss Adshe-ad, do Mrs Richmond aiid family, Birmingham