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.; ouflhiottad seats or the grass for children, 4d. LLANDUDNO GRAND HOTEL. -0:- 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. -:0:- Telephone Nos. 150 and 0281. Telegrams-" Grand, Llandudno." REGINALD C. VAUGHAN, Manager. Also Edinburgh Carlton Hotel." t THE BLOOM OF HEALTH. I If you take advantage of J the fine weather and spend the S greater part of your time in the 1 open air, you will need some s preparation to counteract the f effects of the sun's burning < < rays- £ 'Mercer's Carnation Creanj £ rubbed well into your skin, X r night and morning, will make 0 J if soft, white, and yielding. Try it once, you will use it always, J l PRICE, 6d. and i/- < | F. N. Mercer, | r CHEMIST & OPTICIAN,$ r 101, 14ostyq St., Llandudno. Everything for 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 ? If so. Try AMERICAN CORN SILK. (Ph. 1. Form 772.) WILL REMOVE THEM IN THREE DAYS. In boxes, 6d. each. Prepared by- Kate'N. Horniblow M.P.S. Dispensing and Photographic Chemist, 4, Queen's Buildings, Llandudno. Telephone No. 104] Llandudno Pier Co, Ltd, Secretary Mr. SAMUEL B JGHES. SEASON 1907. The Pier Company's Popular Concerts. Morning at 11, Evening at 745. GRAND ORCHESTRA. Musical Director: Mr. Arthur W. Payne, A.R.A.M Sub-Conductor, Mr. W. HAIGH. Augmented to 40 performers Artistes. 13th Special, Auo,,i loth- Miss Irene Ainsley, Contralto Herr Backhaus, Pianist. Aug. 11th to Aug. 13th- Mr. Frederick Ranalow, Baritone August 14th to 16th— Miss Edith Evans, Soprano. 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. BACKHAUS TOUR, 1907-8. Pier Pavilion, LLANDUDNO. The Concert of the Season- (By arrangement with Concert Direction Schulz-Curtius & Powell, 44, Regent St., London, W. Madame Ella Russell, The Celebrated Prima-Donna. BACKHAUS, The World Renowned Pianist. Monday, Aug. 12th. at 3 p.m. Chappell Grand Pianoforte. Reserved Seats, 7s. 6d.; Unreserved Seats' 5s 3s., 2s. and Is. H THEATRE VARIETIES, LLANDUDNO. Manager S. HUGHES, Junr. DAILY at 3 and 8 p.ir\. ROYAL AMERICAN IIOiGO PE Monday, Aug. 12th, and during the week- Noisy Parker. De Beers Diamond Mines. How to Cure a Cold. And 10,000 other Pictures. SATURDAY AFTERNOON, SPECIAL TREAT FOR SCHOOL CHILDREN. Prizes for Boys and Girls ADMISSION 6d. & 1s. Saturday Afternoon, 2d. & 3d PIER HEAD PAVILION. MESSRS. ADELER & SUTTON'S !• ierotts DAILY. Afternoon at 3. Evening at 8. MONDAY, AUG. 12th, and during ithe week, return visit of the new and original Musical Comedy, without plot or dialogue, entitled- THE GAY RIVER. The Houseboat Party. W. H. (Pip) Powell, Comedian. Frank Dunlop, Comedian. Mildred Bryan, Soprano. Harrison Latimer, Baritone. Jack Bates, Basso. Casa Crawford, Soprano. Eleanor Crawford, Contralto. Arthur Sutcliffe, Comedian. A. W. Parry, Accompanist. t-,r } For Beauty's Cheeks. i 1 WINTER'S PEARL CREAM | A Dainty Balm for Dainty People. f j Renders the skin soft and smooth at t i velvet. It entirely and speedily re- > f moves all roughness, redness, SUN- BURN, freckles and all irritation of i c the skin caused by the sun, wind or f sea bathing. If this dainty skin balm T s used regularly night and morning as P ( a massage cream it will impart a i natural and beautiful bloom to the f complexion. Contains NO Glycerine. i delicately Perfumed. p £ Price Is., Is. 6d., Is. 9d. and 2s. 6d. By } f post 3d. extra. S r To be obtained only from < J. Winter & Co., I M.P.S., Dispensing Chemists, P MOSTYN ST. & MOSTYN AVENUE, s f LLANDUDNO. < r Telephone—Mostyn Street, 40. s Craigydon, 40&. ) Grand Theatre, LLANDUDNO MONDAY, August 12th. for Three nights only Mr. George Dance's Principal Co. (by arrangement with Charles Frohman) in the Greatest of all Musical Comedy suc- cesses—THE atch of the Season k By Seymour Hicks and Cosmo Hamilton. Doors open at 7.30 p m., commence at 8 Early Doors to Pit and Gallery at 7.15 p.m. 6d. extra. Seats in Dress and Upper Circle, Orchestra and Pit Stalls may be booked. Box Office open from 10 to 4. No charge for booking. Seats may also be booked at M. L. Wagstaff, The Gloucester, 89, Mostyn Street, at the Principal Hotels, or at Mr. A. J. Fleet Music Warehouse, Colwyn Bay. PRICES OF ADMISSION.—Boxes from 10/6; Orchestra Stalls, 5s.; Dress Circle, 5s. and 3s.; Upper Circle 2/6 Pit Stalls, 3s.; Pit, 1/6; Amphitheatre, Is.; Gallery 6d. Telephone 0288. Grand Theatre, LLANDUDNO. Thursday, Friday & Saturday, August 15th, 16th and 17th, First Visit to Llandudno of Mr. H. B. IRVING AND HIS OWN COMPANY. Thursday and Saturday, at 8-30— Th.e Bells. (Sir Henry Irving's Version.) Mathias Mr H. B. IRVING Preceded at 8 o'clock by KING RENE'S DAUGHTER, Friday, at 8.30— The Lyons Mail. Joseph Lesurques1 Mr H. B IRVIN G Dubosc > Preceded at 8 o'clock by KING RENE'S DAYGHTER. Saturday Matinee at 2-30- Charles the First, Mr. H. B. IBVING. Seats can now be booked At the Theatre and at M. L. Wagstaff s, The Gloucester, Mostyn Street. FOR PRICES SEE ABOVE. Prince's Theatre, LLANDUDNO Lessee ARTHUR E. VAUGHAN Manager J. RITSON Telephone 94 MONDAY, TUESDAY, & WEDNESDAY, August 12th and 13th. Mr. THOMAS SID- NEY'S Company, including Miss Mary Thorne in that wittiest of all Comedies- The Marriage of Kitty. THURSDAY, FRIDAY, & SATURDAY, August 15th, 16th, 17th, Mr. ARTHUR BOURCHIER'S Company in The Walls of Jericho. Box Office at Theatre 10 to 5. Doors open 7-30, Commence at 8. Prices of Admission. Dress Circle, 4s Orchestra Stalls, 3s.; Side Circle 2s.; Balcony and Pit Stalls, Is. 6d.; Pit, Is. Children Half Price to all parts MONDAY, August 19th, for 3 nights— "LEAH KLESCHNA" THURSDAY, August 22nd, for 3 nights- "LUCKY DURHAM" 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 17. Train from Leave Return from Llandudno Deganwy Trefriw. Monday .11 5 a.m. 11 15 a.m. 1 35 p.m. Tuesday .18 40 a.m. 11 60 a.m. 2 0 Wednesday .12 45 p.m. 12 25 p.m. 2 35 „ Thursday 1 0 1 10 „ 3 20 „ Friday 1 35 „ 1 55 „ 4 0 Saturday 2 45 „ 2 bo „ 4 50 „ fDoubtful if steamers reach Trefriw. Fare according to distance. FARES-Fore end, Is, Return 2s.; After end, Is. 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, Offiee, Conway and Colwyn Bay The Hotel Belle Vae, Trefriw; Mr. Slater, Photo Artist, Mostyn St., Llandudno Mr. John Jones, Glasgow House, Pen- maenmawr; Mrs. Tritton, Castle Hotel, Deganwy Mr. Tomkinson Indisperisible, 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. CYCTLE.-Maxvollous Bargain. Gent's new 1907 Coventry machine, highest grade; 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.; RA 9s. 6d. Great Bargain, worth double, will send on approval any distance before cash sent.—M. House, St. Madge, Pitman Road, Weston-super- Mare. Those having Apartments to Let should send an advertisement to the Journal Office, 236, High Road, Lee, S.E., and ensure prompt lettings; fifteen papers at one price, circulating in populous resi- dential districts near London; special rate, 12 words 6d., 3 times Is., 13 times 1 4s. (and 3d. each additional 8 words). J Liverpool and North Wales B.8, 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. ELVIES.-Tuesdays and Thursday, for DOUGLAS. Leaves Llandudno 10 a.m., due back 6-15 p.m. Two hours ashore. Wednesday, AUGUST 14th, for BLACKPOOL. Leave Pier 10-45 a.m., due back 5-30 p.m. Two hours ashore. S.S. ST. TUDNO.—Wednesday, August 14th, for HOLYHEAD. Leaves Llandudno 11-30 a.m., due back 5-45 p.m. Thursday, August 15th, ROUND ANGLESEY. Leave Pier 11-45 a.m., due back 5-40. SNOWDON.-Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday Thursday, and Friday, for Menai Straits and Carnarvon. Leave Pier 10-50 a.m., due back 5-20. Tuesday, ST. ELIAN. Wednesday, August 13, ROUND ANGLESEY. Leave Pier lb-30 a.m., due back 5-30. Saturday, August 17th, for Beaumaris, Ban- gor and Menai Bridge. Leaves Pier 10-50 a.m., due back 2-30 p.m. Afternoon Trip to Beaumaris. Leave Pier 3 p.m., due back 5 pear La Marguerite, •Monday.—Early Boat to LIVERPOOL per ST. ELVIES. Leaves Pier 8 a.m., due back 4-40. REDUCED FARES ON SUNDAYS, between Ldandudwno and Menai Bridge 2s. First Re- turn, Is. 6d. Second Return. Reduced Fares foT parties of 10 and upwards. All information will be supplied at the Pier Gates by Mr Arthur Parton, the Company's Agent. Telephone 141. VISITED BY OVER A MILLION PEOPLE THE GREAT PICTURE The Return from Calvary, By HERBERT SCHMALZ. This great Picture, which was by Special Royal Comand 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 N[ostyr\ St., Llandudno. 'Hours 10 to 9. Admission 6d. 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. DEGANWY, Near LLANDUDNO. PLATT HOUSE AND VALUABLE FREE- HOLD BUILDING LAND. SALE of a Valuable FREEHOLD PRIVATE RESIDENCE, with STABLING and GROUNDS; also Several Choice BUILDING SITES, all beautifully situated in the above rapidly rising Seaside resort. MESSRS. WM. DEW and SON will OFFER FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the MARINE HOTEL, LLANDUDNO, on MON- DAY, AUGUST 26th, 1907, at Three o'clock in the afternoon, the above Charming FREE- HOLD PRIVATE FAMILY RESIDENCE, with its Grounds, Gardens, Stabling, etc., situate in a most convenient spot, overlooking the Estuary of the Conway, mountain scenery, etc. Also Eight Capital FREEHOLD BUILD- ING SITES, ranging in area from 1555 to 7948 Square Yards, all having a frontage of about 70 feet each to a main road, aM beautifully placed, ccmmanding magnificent views. Plan, Particulars and Conditions of Sale may be obtained of Mr R. Harold Williams, 21, Great St. Helen's, London, E.G.; at the Auctioneers' Institute, 34, Russell-square, Lon- don, E.C.; or of the Auctioneers, at their Offices, at Bangor and Llandudno,. LLANDUDNO. (SALE OF VALUABLE FREEHOLD BUILDING SITES MESSRS. WM. DEW and SON are instructed to OFFER FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the MARINE HOTEL, LLANDUDNO, on MONDAY, AUGUST 26th, 190, at 3 30 o'clock in the afternoon. 1918 SQUARE YARDS of VERY VALUABLE' BUILDING LAND, with extensive frontages to Nant-y-Gamar-road and Mostyn-avenue. The Property is divided into three convenient Lots. Particulars, with a Plan, are in course of pre- paration, and may be had on application to Mr Hugh F. Hall, Cissbury-court, West Worthing; of Messrs Field, Son and Bromfield, Solicitors, Fenwick Street, Liverpool; at the Auctioneers' Institute, 34, Russell-square, London; or of the Auctioneers, at their 'offices: at Bangor and Llandudno. BIRMINGHAM UNIVERSITY. FACULTY OF MEDICINE, Associated with the General and Queen's Hospitals for Clinical Teaching. SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY, In conjunction with the Biximnghaxn Dental Hospital. The WINTER SESSION opens on October 1st, 1907. The University grants Degrees in Medicine, Surgery, and Public Health, and a Diplonia in Public Health; also Degrees and a Drirploma. in 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.Se., F.R.C.S., Dean. I THE GREAT ORME TRAM- J WAYS COMPANY. INCORPORATED BY ACT OF PARLIAMENT. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the SIXTEENTH ORDINARY MEETING of the Shareholders of the above Company will be held at LLEWELLYN CHAMBERS, LLAN- DUDNO, on FRIDAY, the 30th day of AUGUST, 1907, at 3 o'clock p.m., for the transaction of the General Business of the Company. Dated this 9th day of August, 1907. DAVID JONES, Chairman. HENRY SUTCLIFFE, Secretary and Manager. Llewelyn Chambers, Llandudno. 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 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. Miscellaneous. APARTMENTS.—Nice rooms, pleasant outlook, central situation, 5 minutes from Promenade, 10 from West Shore and golf links. Good cooking, bath, piano, electric light.—Mrs Brocklehurst, "Perthi," St. Mary's Road, Landudno. 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 xiford Express and Independent.— Address, Publisher, Independent Office, Leytonstone, London, N.E. LLANGOLLEN.—The loveliest .scenery in the Principality is to be found in the. Vale of Llangolllen. Intending visitors should secure apartments in advance by advertising in the "Llangollen Adver- tiser." Published on Friday mornings. ZD Rates on application. APARTMENTS WANTED.—Londoners to a very large number visit Llandudno each year, and those having Apartments to Let would quickly let same by inserting a isiiiiiilJ advertisement in the "Eastern Mercury," 30 words Is., or three times 2s. This journal is the leading mid- weekly for Suburban London and Essex. Address, Publisher, "Eastern Mercury" Office, 827, High-road, Leytonstone, Lon- don, N.E. BICYCLE.—Most marvellous bargain ever offered, magnificent Gent's High Grade Coventry Safety, absolutely as 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, E3 10s.) worth double; must be sold at once; approval before cash sent.—T. Husband, 9, Waterloo Street, Weston-super-Mare. BUNGALOWS AND WEEK-END HOUSES.—For Sale, charming Resi- dences, well built, quaint and artistic, beautifully situated, freehold. For parti culars, apply, Geo. Roberts and Bro., Builders. Llandudno. OOTTAGE TO LET.—Parlour, Kitchen, Scullery, 3 bedrooms, W.O., coal house, gas laid, rent 8s. 6d. Immediate possess- sion.—Apply, Mr Evan Roberts, Morfa House, West Shore. FOR SALE,—A Plot of Freehold Building Land of 500 yards for sale, situate at Sweetpool Lane, Hagley, near Birmingham. Price 2s. per yard.—Apply, 123, "Advertiser" Office, Llandudno. TO LET FURNISHED for August and Septem- ber, conveniently situated house, containing five. bedrooms and two entertaining rooms. Within one minute of Pier Gates.-Apply E. F., "Advertiser" Office, Llandudno. FURNISHED HOUSE TO LET.—To let for August and September, furnished house, con- taining 4 bedrooms and 2 entertaining rooms. Close to sea. and within 150 yards of Pier entran,ce,Apply, F. E. R., "Advertiser" Office, Llandudno. TO LET.—Furnished House, beautiful sea and mountain views, pleasant situation; one minute from beach.—Apply, Plas Tara, Nanty- gamar Road, Llandudno. GENTLEMAN requires bed and sitting room, with board, from July 31st to August 12th.— Address, H. Bass, West End, Ooronation Road, Bristol. WANTED.—-Middle of August, Sitting room (or use of) and double bedroom, with attendance, cooking, near Pier. Terms strictly moderate.— Harvey, 70, St. Sidwell's, Exeter BEDROOM, with use of Sitting Room, for respectable young man permanency.—State terms to Ajax, "Pilot" Office. BUSINESS PREMISE'S TO LET.—House and- Shop, No. 27, Mostyn Street.—Apply, W. R. Brookes, Bryn Eglwys, Trinity Square, Llan- dudno. W ANTED.-In Llandudno Good Bedroom and Private Sitting Room, from August 10th to 19tL. Must 'be comfortable, near sea and station. State lowest terms, to include cooking and atteindanc, 227, Minstead Road, Gravelly Hill, Birmingham. BLACK CURRANTS, 5d. lb.; Red, 3d.; Goose- berries, 2d.; Green Plums, 2d. Clarriage paid. Cash with order.—Davis, Green Lane, Shipstoin.- cn^Stour. 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 4jd. and 9d. Postage Id. Geo. W. Harrison, Chemist, 118, Broad Street, Reading. Agent for Llandudno.—J. Winter, 3, Mostyn Street: Deg'" H Roger Jones, Chemist. DEGANWY.—TO LET Glanavon, near Golf Links, 7 bedrooms, 3 entertaining rooms and all conveniences.—Apply 2, Victoria Buildings, Deganwy. FURNISHED HOUSE TO LET, close to Pier and 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. NORTH WALES.-To be Sold or Let on Lease Semi-detached Residence, between Conway and Llandudno. Three entertaining, five berrooms, large attic, bath, etc. Grand view.—Sibley, Gwyn Fryn, near Conway. WANTED—BOYS for Bottling Stores, etc. Good wages.—Apply, G. and A. Brown, Mostyn Street, Llandudno. WANTED.—Two Apprentices for the Electrical profession. Thorough insight, most modern plant and all latest appliances. Small premium required.—Apply, Box, LI., "Advertiser" and "Pilot" Office. LOST.—August 3rd, Gold Curb Bracelet, with sml1111 padlock, on or near Promenade. Finder will be suitably rewarded.—Houson, Craigside Hydro. TO LET.—Large Apartment House in Gloddaeth Crescent, Llandudno. No furniture to be taken. Possession to be arranged for.—Apply, Oldman, 26, Mostyn Street, Llandudno. LLANDUDNO SANATORIUM & CON- VALESCENT HOME FOR, WOMEN, 5 CLONMEL STREET'.—This Home is now open for the reception of Patients. Subscribers of JE1 Is. can nominate one patient for three weeks, at a cost to the patient of 6s. per week.—Miss Finne-. more, matron. The "ADVERTISER" is set up by the Linotype Composing Machine, and machinery driven by electric motor, installed by H. Willoughby Lance, Llandudno.
THE AUGUST HOLIDAYS AT S LLANDUDNO. TRIPPERS' LONG DAY. The unsettled state of the. weather did not I prevent the usual Bank Holiday rush to the seaside. Every train during the latter part of the week arrived fully loaded with passengers, who came from all parts of the Kingdom. As — illustrating the heavy demand made on the London and North-Western Railway Company J it may be stated that twelve long trains were t necessary to1 convey visitors from Birmingham » and surrounding district on Saturday alone, the majority of the passengers on which were booked for Llandudno hotels and boarding- Ileuses which were soon filled, as well as private apartments. So great was the demand for bread on Saturday night that every loaf in the town was sold out, and several lodging-house keepers were put to the necessity of searching for this commodity on Sunday morning. » The scene on the Pier on Saturday night was •extremely animated. The Pavilion was filled to its utmost capacity, as was also, the new pavilion at the Pier Head, occupied by Messrs Adelerand Sutton's Pierrots. In fact, specta- tors stood, five and six deep all round this popular place of entertainment.. In addition to these hundreds were content with promenad- ing on the Pier itself, or sitting on the seats in the immediate vicinity of the concert hall, The otheir places of entertainment, the Grand and Prince's Theatres, had also exceptionally good houses, while at times it was almost im- possible to walk along the wide pavements of Mostyn Street. Trippers commenced to arrdve early on Mon- day morning, the first train disgorging its pas- sengers at 3-25 a.m. from Birmingham. This was followed by twenty-one other long trains, all as full as possibly could be.. These trip- pers enjoyed a long and fine day by the sea, for the last train out did not depart until 11-10 p.m. Their behaviour throughout the day waoi exemplary, so that the services of the police force were not required, except for the pur- poses of controlling traffic. At the Police Court the next day there was but one, case to dealt with, and that case was a local man who had been locked up for drunkenness. Boatmen, carriage* proprietors, etc. did a thriving trade, but undoubtedly the most popular attraction was the steamboat trip: The Piermaster and his capable staff wore kept, fully occupied all day in dealing with the