BARMOUTH. I SOUTH PARADE Osborne House, Mrs Brazier- Mr and Mrs A J Grose, fa nily and maid, Cam- berwell, London Mr ani Mrs Morrison, Mr and Mrs Wallis, do; Miss Florence Theodore R A M., Miss B Theodore, do Belmont House, Mrs Thomas- Mr and Mrs, Miss D, and Master A Startin Coventry Mr and Mrs Watson, Mrs, Miss' and Master F Robinson and nurse, Manches- ter Mr and Mrs Pearce, Market Drayton Gwendolen, Miss Owen- Misses (3) Bet-sley, Miss Oldham, London Mr Mrs, and Misses Hope and maid, Bedford Mr and Mrs Sturrow, Mr and Mrs and Miss Perrin, London Beach House, Mrs Jones- Mrs and Miss Bird, Birmingham Mr and Mrs Lane and family, Kent MARINE TERRACE Comber House, Mrs Roberts- Mr, Mrs, and Misses and Master H Richardson, Donisthorpe, Leicester Rev A E Bull, St Paul's Vicarage, Hounslow; Mr and Misses Jones Berr ngton, Shrewsbury Mr and Mrs Bryant, London Bank House, Mrs Edwards- Mr and Mrs Hill, Miss and Messrs Hill, Har- rowgate Mr and Misses Cheyne, Edinburgh Mr and Mrs Peel, family and maid, Llan- dilo Miss V E Thomas, Nurse Cowte, Llys- wen Rev and Mrs G Griffith, family and maid, Builth 2, Brong*ynedd, Mrs Evan Jones— Mrs and Misses and Messrs^R and J Veale, Harrogate Mr and Mrs A Eddison, do Mr aud Mrs Fox, Bradford Clive place, Miss Morris- Mrs, Miss, and Mr D Berwick, Mrs and Miss R. th, London Mr and Mrs James, baby and nurse, Mr P James, Cardiff; Mr and Mrs D Denniss and family, Hafod, Ruabon 4, Mrs E M Jones- Misses Armrage and Moore, Leamington Mrs and Mr and Miss Meran, London 5, Mrs Parry— Mr, Miss and Miss Eva and Master Tonka, Kinn'ji H ath 6, Mrs R Griffith- Mr and M s C F Robinson, family and maid, rrent Hon Mrs Parker Jervis and mid Park Hall, Staffordshire Mrs Lingen Burton, L t le Aston Vicarage, do Mr and Mrs Ansell, family and nurse, Oxford Misses (3 Johnson, Birmingham 7, Mr- Ellis Jom s — M and Mrs Ciammond, family and nurse, Glas- g w Mrs Thomas, Miss Edward, The Tower, L angol en Dr and Mrs C Reid, Mr Heald, M s* W- st-,n, Miss Price, Stafford 8, Mrs W Owhi- Mr and Mrs Wainwright, family and maid, Alderley Edge; Mr and Mrs Gaine, Leeds; ] Mi s, M -ifter, and Miss Tonges, Birmingham 9,*Mrs Clpt G Williams— Mr R and Mrs Andrew, Birmingham; Mrs Gu son, Mr Gunaon, Mrs Gunson and friend, [ I. mouth Grove, Manchester 10, Mrs A'i |i* ns — M au i Mrs W Dickinson, Miss and Master ] Diowi 'S"lrs SnaW, Mrs Hopkins, Master J E vaul ,r we Mr and Mrs Deighton and mil Miss Urooks, Rock Ferry; Mr and Mrs I li lU V isaii 11, M a s n l Migs Griffith M "ii iffiths and f. m dy, Lady Powell, H. i. a-nii r, Uerthyr Tydtil; Mr and Mrs ( Vnrno I. and family, High Wycombe, BUCKS Arc ,de<coa Jones and Mrs Jones, Ire- alld; Mr an I Mrs Cole, West Bromwich } 12, VJi s i n.s Mrs Ball a d party, Hampstead, London; Mr ani Mrs VV W Rouce Ball, Cambridge; Mr J ud Mrs A Ames and family, Beckenham, Kent Vro r M s Griffiths ] R j R L Ellis Lly^ Mri .'<n, Mr. Adams— Mr. Mrs, vliss Lucas, Miss Allport, Derby York H ut L 8 Cotton— I Mr "'UliMr'> O Parr and baby, Miss and Mr H par y Mr and Mrs J J Cotton Iill ba y, Misses (3) and Master W Davies, J Coventry Mr and Mrs Worthington, Perry Bar; Mr, Mrs S P, and Mr C T Greaves, Southam Tremyd: n, Mrs Roberts— Mrs and Miss Call, Mrs Tisoe and maid, Mr Realff, Forest Hill, London Mrs Hickman and family, Wolverhampton 17, Aucklan 1 House, Mrs Jones— Mrs Laeey; Mrs Darlien and family, Liverpool Mr Kindon and party, Stamford Hit! Mrs Piusons and family, Mr and Mrs Homer, Willenhall Crystal L):e, Mrs \l1i:n: Mr and Mrs Pedley and family, Congleton, Cheshire Mr and Mrs G Overton, Miss Alsie Ellis, Walsall; Mr and Mrs Thomas and family, Willenhall Oak House, Mrs Jackson- Mr and Mrs Donnan, Mr and Mrs Robinson, London Mr Barlow, Bolton Mr and Miss Hughes Mr and Mrs Copley, Huddersfield Miss Whit-, Miss Giant, Wymondham Ty Fry, Mrs Edwards— Mr and Miss Creed, Miss Nelson, Mr HJ Church and friend, Mrs Hughes, Mr Hughes, Mrs and Miss Carter, Mr and Mrs Broook, London Mr B S Hugue, Sheffield Mr and Mrs Lan- ark, Cardiff Belgrave, Mr Williams— Mr, Mrs, Misses, and Master Grogan, Miss Montague, London; Mr and Mrs Jugden, family and maid. Manchester Mr and Mrs Crow and baby, West Ham Mr and Mrs Reea and family, Oardiff; Captain and Mrs Cowie, Tunbridge Wells MARINE MANSIONS 2, Mrs Winchester— Mr and Mrs Nicholson, nurse and children, Miss Stephenson, Mrs Stafford, Bebington Mr and Mrs Heath, nurse and children, London Major Mrs, and Master Tennant BEACH ROAD 3, Morfin-terrace, Mrs Tank- Mr Parsons, York Mr and Mrs Wilson, Mrs Bradley, Stourbridge Rev A,Mrs,and Master Webb, London Richmond House, Mrs Evans— Mrs and Miss Sainsbury, Trowbridge Messrs Fella (2), Mr Meddall, Mr Jackman, London Mr Watkins, Swansea Mr Balfour, Liver- pool GLANYWERYDD TERRACE 1, Mrs J Lloyd— Mr and Mrs Pearson, Stratford-on-Avon Mr andMrs Onions, Wolverhampton; Mr Maynard Saunders and friend, Bristol 4, Mrs Jones— Mr and Mrs C J Coverley, Mra Epps, Mr and Mrs A F Johnson, South Woodford, Essex Hope Villa, Mrs M Evans- Mr, Mrs, and Miss Davies, Miss Edwards, Llan- drindod Wells GLANLLYN SQUARE Glanyllyn Temperance Hotel, Mrs Williams— Mrs, Mr, and Miss Powell, Oswestry SEA VIEW TERRACE 3, Miss Phillips- Rev G B and Misses Penoyre, Cheltenham MI and Mrs H Lloyd Reid, Norwood, Misses Reid, London 1, Glanywerydd House Mrs J T Jones— Mrs and Miss Owen, Festiniog Mr and Mrs H J Jones 2, Glanywerydd House, Mrs Profit— Mr and Mrs Harrison, Birmingham BELLE VUE MANSIONS. 2, Mrs T T Griffith- Mrs and Misses Bateson, Harrogate; Canon, Mrs, Misses, and Master Alford, Bristol Mrs and Miss Riley, Oldham, Manchester Mr Gordon, Misses Martin, London FRONFELEN TERRACE I, Mrs W H Williams— Mr and Mrs W D and Miss Ridsale, Windermere; Mr and Mrs D and Miss Brook and maid. Southampton Mr, Mrs, Master, and Miss S Coall, Wolverhampton 2, Mrs Roberts- Mr, Mrs, and Miss G Shamrook, Miss Lyde, Mrs and Miss G Baker, Wolverhampton Rev and Mrs Elmondson, St Helens; Mr and Mrs Drantield, Stockport 4, Mrs Capt Griffith- Mr. Mrs, Master T, and Miss D Guthridge, Shrewsbury 5, Mrs R Grittith- Mr John Gr ty, Worcester Miss Perkins, Mrs and M °s Oakes. Mrs and Miss Feltham, Ches- hunt, Herts Mr and Miss Hill, do Mrs A and Misses Jones, Birmingham FRONFELEN CASTLE 1, Miss Pugh— Mr and Mrs Guy and family, London Mr and Mrs Jenkins, Sheffield; Miss Dawson, Liver- pool AELFOR TERRACE 3, Mrs Davies— Mr Bagnall, Manchester; Mrs Greensmith, South- port; Mrs, Miss, and Master Thomas, Bitming- r, am 5, Mrs Davies— Mr and Mrs Milnes, Ashford, Derbyshire Mrs and Misses L and A Scoltock, Knowle, Bir- mingham 6, Mrs El wards- Mrs and Miss Coomer, Kent; Mr Meadows, Stra'.ford-on-Avon RANLIl H TERRACE 1 and 2, Mrs M Thomas— Rev and Mrs Evans and family; Mr, and Mrs Etvins, Birmingham Mr and Mrd Fellows, Wednesbury >lr and Mrs Leach, Miss Bridge, Crewe 3, Mrs W H Davies— Mrs Hastelow, Sutton, Birmingham 4, Miss Uüyd- Mr and Mrs Pencock and maid, Wolverhampton; Mi Brinson, Reading 5, Mrs Hooper— Mr and Mrs Rawlins, Mr A Rawlins, Chichester Misses Stocken and Rushton, Liverpool Mrs ami Miss Dickins, Shrewsbury Mr R Cameon, Manchester LLANABER ROAD Inveruga, Mrs Kynoch- Mr W M Clendinneti, Coseley Mr ACE Clendinnen, Stafford; Mr and Misses F and E Eyre, Derby Mr and Mrs Wilkinson, Uxhridge Messrs Slator and Clegg, Sneffield Mr and Mrs M* tcalfe, York Ivy House, Mrs Rnberts- Misses Stone, M,tl.ern Wells Mr and Mrs Randal, Manchester Penzance Villa, Mrs G Edwards— Mr and Mrs Guild and baby, Sheffield; Mr and Mrs Borough-, Liverpool Mr and Mrs Bailey and family. Stafford Ripon House, Mrs John Roberts— Mr and Mrs Alfred Howes, Birmingham Melbourne House, Mrs R Williams— Miss Neale, Mrs Cummins, Kenilworth Bron Eifion, Miss Williams— Miss Spittle, Wolverhampton; Miss Jones, Miss Davies, Bala 1, Beulah Hill, Mrs Pugh— Mr and Mrs Timple, Pendleton, Manchester Mr and Mrs Andrews, Birmingham 2, Beulah Hill, Mrs E Roberts— Mr and Mrs Aldred, Miss M Aldred, Master T Aldred, London; Mr and Mrs Norman, Miss Bessy Norman, Miss Cooper, Mr and Mrs Furber, Miss Doris Wood, Crewe Bron Foel, Mrs Williams— Mr and Mrs Keigthley and family, Hampstead, London Fern Villa, Miss Mallett- Major and Mrs Corder and family, and maid, Mr George Bentley, Miss Bentley, Hudders- field The Gables, Mrs Griffiths- Mr and Mrs Brougham and family, London GLASFOR TERRACE 1, Miss Roberts— Rev E J Williams and family, Port Natal, South Africa Mr Lee, Birmingham Mr Kendrick, do 2, Mrs Davies— Mrs Mann, Mr and Mrs and Master Mann, Lon- don Mrs and Master Ashpool, Birmingham Miss Leyton, do 5, Mrs Dav ies— Dr, Mrs, Miss, and Misses May and Margery Harkin. Waterloo, Liverpool VICTORIA PLACE 1, Miss Davies— Mr and Mrs Evans, family and maids, Hamp- stead, London 2, Mrs Rogers— Mr and Mrs Lowsby, Rockferry, Liverpool; Misses Lowsby, do Mr H Wilson and party, Prestwich HENDRE VILLAS 1, Mrs Jones— Mr Demuth and party, Edgbaston; Mr Crawford, Mrs Barton, Eccles; Mr and Mra Ward, Sheffield 3, Mrs J George Mr Adams, Mr and Mra Bacon, London EPWORTH TERRACE 1, Mrs Williams- Mr and Mrs Peck, London; Mr and Mra Thomas, London 5, Misses Grtffith- Misses Yardleys and Bartle, Edgbaston, Birming- ham PARK ROAD Cerniw Lodge, Mrs Davies— Mr and Mrs Fox, Birmingham MARINE GARDENS Morfa House, Mrs Owen— Mr and Mrs W P Williams, three children and nurse, Cardiff Rosencath, E LI Williams— Mrs Gower and two daughters, Cardiff MARINE ROAD. Bronwen House, Mrs Edwards— Mr and Miss Goodridge, Bath; Mr and Mrs Smith and family, Kington Mrs and Misses (3) Collinwood, Lincoln Bay View, Mrs Mallett— Mr and Mra Barger, Manchester; Miss Essink, Amsterdam, Holland; Mr and Mra Lodge, Misses Green, St John's Wood, London Glandovey, Mrs L Edwards- Mr andMrs Bridgwater, Mr and Mrs Eggington, family and nurse, Birmingham 1, Hugo Villas, Mrs J G Jones- Dr and Mrs Pooler, Birmingham Mr and Mrs Nye, Battersea, London, S W Mr Morley, Loughborough Colwyn House, Mrs Hyam- Mr and Mrs M Williams, family and nurse, Oxford R E Thwaites, Boroughbridge 0 W Richardson, H Bruce, Dewsbury Artro House, Mrs Williams— Mr Lewis, Leamington Miss Pigot and Miss Hughes, Llangollen Tryweryn House, Mrs Edwards— Mr Burch, London Mr and Mrs Smith and two children, Bristol 7— Mrs P and Miss M Massey, Leeds PORKINGTON TERRACE The Cliffe, Mrs J Jones— Mr and Mrs Legg. Manchester Penmount, Mrs Evaos- Dr and Mrs Routh and family, Cambridge 3, Mrs Jones- Mr J Booth, Misses Booth, Derby Miss Lomax and maid, do Mr S and Mrs Numby, Miss Scaif, Miss Harris and maid, London Miss Jack, do 4, Mr Williams- Mr, Mrs, and Master Roland Isaacs, Brussels Rev J Nicholson, London Mrs and Miss Nicholson, Liverpool; Mrs and Misses Stevens, Uxbridge Rev J, Mrs, and Mr G WyMe, Norfolk 5, Mrs Rothwell— Mr and Mrs C E Lewis, Rochdale Messrs T and G Owen, Stretford 6, Mr J Richards- Mr J Mather, Southport Dr Brent and family, Cambridge 7, Capt Lewis- Mr and Mrs and Miss Dalglish, London Mr and Mrs Walker, London; Mr, Mrs, and Miss McDonell, Mrs Druy'sj, do; Dr and Misses Powell, Bristol 8, Miss Gritfith- Mr and Misses Milligan/ Edinburgh Rev, Mrs, and Miss Doudney, Faringdon Miss Chamber- layne, Stanford-in-the-Vale Canon and Mrs Girdlestone, Mr G R Girdlestone, London Mr, Mrs, and Master J C Hoyle, Hebden Bridge Misses Carr, Ashton-on-Mersey II. Mrs Evans- Mr, Mrs, Miss, and Master Mundy and maid, London Miss Evans, do Mr and Mrs Broom- hall, Cardiff; Mr and Mrs Morgan, Mr and Mrs Spencer, Manchester Mr and Mrs Boden and party, Birkenhead Mr David Jones, Mel- bourne Dr Martin Randall and Mrs Randall, Wimbledon 12, Mrs Evans- Mrs Leggatt and family, Dr and Mrs Mac- kenzie, London 13, Mrs Davies- Miss Finsley and maid, Kensington, London Mr J and Miss Needham, Manchester Mrs and Misses (3) Clements, Chirk Borthwen House, Mrs Captain Evans- Major, Mrs, Miss, and Miss V Vowell, Ealing Mr, Mrs, and Miss Bone, Dulwich Mr and Mrs Power, Pendletoa Mr and Mra Abrams, Crewe ABERAMFFRA Brynhyfryd. Mrs Dedwith- Mr and Mrs Wynne and family, London Idns View, Miss Williams- Mr and Mrs A Smith, Mr B C Smith, Birming- ham Mrs and Misses (2) Ellis, London Mr and Mrs E Hewitt, London Orielton Hall- Miss Wilkinson, London; Rev J and Mrs Harvey, Mrs and Rev F Parkinson, Cheltenham Miss Richardson, Ottery St Mary Mrs Clarke and party (3), London Hon Mr and Mrs Forester, Broseley, Salop; Misses (2) and Messrs (2) Firth, Cleckheaton Colonel and Mrs Gorham, London Mr and Miss Gould, do; Mr Thorpe, do Mr Cook, do Mr and Mrs Taylor Carr, do Mr and Mrs Appleby, do; Mr, Mrs, and Master Hayford, do; Mr Greaves, do Mr Gibbons, do; Mr, Mrs, and Misses (4) Griffiths, Messrs (2) Griffith, do Mrs and Miss Bowaen, do; Miss Jackman, do; Mr and Mrs Vetter and party (8), do Mrs Puckle, do HARBOUR VIEW 1, Miss Roberts- Mrs and Miss Capel, London; Mr and Mrs Case, Taunton, Somerset GLANABER TERRACE 4, Mrs Jones— Mr and Mrs Warwick and family, London GLANABER VILLAS 2, Mrs Roberts- Mr and Mrs Edward Bowden, Kings Norton THE QUAY Pembroke House, Mrs Williami- Mr J C and Mrs Stevenson, Edinburgh Tudor House, Mrs Edwards— Mr and Mrs Tweeddale. London ABERMAW TERRACE Bodlyn House, Mrs Pugh— Mr and Mrs Birch,Manchester Cader View, Mrs G Williams— The Rev and Mrs Thomas and family, Rudford, Gloucester; the Misses Sidd. leys (5), Liver- p iol Miss Hart, Miss Tweed, Mr and Mrs Richards, Mr and Mrs Wareham, London Messrs Pare and Bowdon, Banbury 4, Penbryn House, Mrs Foulkes— Mrs and Misses (2) Edgeforth, Birmingham 5, Mrs Capt Morris— Mr and Mrs Roger Oakden and little boy, Miss Mabel Radcliffe, Handsworth, Birmingham Dr, Mrs, and Master Clarkson, Aston, Bir- mingham Mr and Miss Patterson, Paisley, Scotland Mr Tomliu, London CHURCH STREET Glanaber House- Captain H T and Mrs Perry, Sergeant H C Man- ton, Miss Edwards, Miss Jacques, Miss Edith Jacques, Handsworth, Birmingham; Mr and Mrs Griffin and family, Mr and Mrs Stevenson, Manchester Quay Cottage, Mrs Morris- Mr, Mrs, and Master Midgley, Armley, Leeds Mr and Mrs Bartham, Mr S F Wright, Hands- worth 1, Giyndwr Terrace, Mrs Jones- Mr, Mrs, and Miss M Vaughan, Coventry Tynewydrl, Miss Edwards — Mr 9 Wright, Mr Crump, Miss Edge, Birming- ham Mrs and Miss Lillias, Wednesbury HIGH STREET Glanmeon House, Mrs 0 Edwards— Mrs Bromwich and family, Banbury Bwlch House, Mrs E Richards— Mr, Mrs, and Misses (2) Johnston, London Mrs C Bra ley, Miss Scarr, Sheffield Mr Alfred Woolrich, Manchester Glanymor, Mrs J EVans- Mrs and Misses Craske, Stroud, Gloucestershire; Mr T R, Mrs, and Miss Marsden, Sheffield 2, Brynymor, Mrs Jones— Mr Myatt and family, Newcastle; Mr Shaw Miss Swift, Leeds Talydon, Mrs Owen- Mr and Mrs G W Fox and family, Manchester
I CRICCIETH. I MARINE TERRACE fys Froheulog, Mrs Williams- Mr and Mrs Cornwall, family and maid, Wimble- don Miss Prosser, Maida Hill, London 7. Glandon, Mrs Bennett Williams- Rev W A and Mrs Challis, St Paul's Vicarage, Stanningley, Leeds Miss Challis, Stone Vicarage, Aylesbury Mr Arthur Yates, St Albans 11, Miss Jones- Mr, Mrs, and Miss Walter, Manchester Mrs and Misses Crossfield, Prestwich Park, do Mr Davies, Manchester 12, St Tudwals View, Mr Owen Evans- Mr, Mrs, and Master Ellinger, Sale Mr and Mrs Cornish, Chester 13, Mrs Evans- Mr and Mrs Heywood Melly, Liverpool Miss Court, Birkdale 15, Mrs Edwards- Misses Griffiths, Cleve Grange, nr Cheltenham 19, Merion View, Mrs Griffith- Rev A E and Mrs Negus, baby and nurse, Mrs Hamson, Oxford Mr and Mrs Anderson, Camberwell, London; Mrs Anderson and friend, Higher Broughton, Manchester 26, The Cliffe, Mra Jones- Mr, Mrs, and Mr Frank Jackson, Miss Perkins Miss Proctor, Wilmslow Mr and Mrs Gething and family, Mrs Brandon, Miss Gamble, Handforth 28, Beeswing House, Miss Jones- Colonel and Mis S Walker and maid, London Mr and Mrs Smith, Northampton; Mr Jones, Creua, Tanybwlch 29, Moseley House, Miss Griffiths- Mr and Mrs Bishop, Miss Bishop, Mrs Reece, Miss Reece, Miss Edith Reece, Edgbaston, Birmingham 30, Angcrfa, Mrs Williams- Messrs W E and E E Smith, Mr G Winder, Sale, Cheshire Mr and Mrs Hurt, Sidcup, Kent; Mr, Mrs, and Masters W and A Robertsoll, West Kirby, Liverpool; Mr and Mrs Bailey, Rev S W Hutchinson, Stoke-on-Trent Marine Hotel, Miss Cooper- Mrs and Miss Knight Coutts, Manchester; Miss Paynter, Miss Bunting, Uttoxeter, Miss Wood, Ilkeston, Nottingham Dr and Mrs Jones, Mr and Mrs Turner, Mr Pearse, London Mr and Mrs Beckett, Whitchurch; Mr and Miss Smith, do Abereistedd Villa, Miss Roberts- Miss Keep, Miss Bennett, London Mrs and Miss Uren, Mr and Mrs 'V Uren, Mrs and (2) Misses Rogers, Birmingham Miss Cabot, Miss Hubbard, America WEST PARADE Plas Eifion, Mrs Parry- ] Misses H and A Downward and Sister Hope, Shrewsbury Castle; Mr and Mrs Chapman, i Miss Nasts, Hants W ave's Kest, iviiss nonerls- Mrs Wheatcroft, Wirksworth Mr and Mrs Hills, Stafford; Dr and Mrs Bartley Miss Beynes, Mrs Murrey, London MARINE CRESCENT Sunnyside, Mrs Capt Williams— Mrs Shewell, child and nurse, India Miss and Miss Clare M Lees, Prestwich STANLEY ROAD 17. Heathcote, Mrs Joyce Ellis- Mr and Mrs W A Smith Miss Smith, Edgbaston, Miss Percival, Moseley, Birmingham Mr L Arthursmith. University College, Mr E J Nevill, Hertford College, Oxford HARLECH VIEW 2, Harlach View, Miss Griffith- Mrs and Master C Edwards, Bettws G G Rectory, nr Corwen 3, Ty Newydd, Mrs Jones- Mr W R King and family, Birmingham MONA STREET Mona House, Mrs R M Williama- Mrs Horth and family, Hereford Pleasant View, Mrs Griffith- Mrs and Miss Voss, London Ty Fry, Mrs Williams- Mr and Mrs Munro Hughes, -Dr and Mrs Shearer Gest View, Mrs W Jones- Mr and Mrs G W Kinman, baby and maid, Dolgelley PORTMADOC ROAD Min y-Gaer Boarding House, Miss Jefferies- The Misses Lupton, Birkenhead Mr Bolton, Edgbaston Miss H Humphreys, Oswestry Glynycoed, Mrs Parry— Mr Clayton, Miss Cook, Miss Barton, Master G and Miss D Clayton, Sale Plas Isa, Williams and Owen- Mr W Robson, Warrington Mr A A Cuthbert, Glasgow; Mr and Mrs Sturt, family and maids, Weybridge Mr, Mrs, and Miss Wreaks, Manchester Mr and Mrs Pedder and family, Hoylake PARKIAU TERRACE 2, Mrs Owen- Mrs Gregory, Misses Gregory, Miss Taylor, Ex- mouth 3, Miss Jones- Mr, Mrs, Misses, and Master B Code, Redhill, Surrey 4, Mrs Evanl- Mrs and Miss Newbery, Lewisham, London TANYGRISIAU TERRACE 4, Bron-y-Castell, Mrs Watkins- Rev T E and Mrs Cleworth, family and governess, Middleton Rectory, Manchester Morvin House, Mrs Williams- Mr and Mrs J Cash and family, Stretford, Man- chester Miss E Megson, Sale, Manchester 6, Black R"ck Cottage, Mrs Parry- Mrs, Miss, and Mr C L Digby Roberts, Edinburgh Mr E F Wait, do CAMBRIAN TERRACE Sea View House, Mrs Jones Evans- Miss Hall, Thornton Heath, Surrey Miss Boyson and maid, Clapham Common 4, Mrs Evans- Mr and Mrs Simpson, London RAILWAY TERRACE 6, Mrs Ellis- Misses Wedgwood and maid, Misses Lauterbach, Miss Roden 7, Mrs Evans- Misses N and A Jones, Nantlle Mr Williams, Dolwyddelen NORTH TERRACE 2, Mrs Williams- Mr Malcolm Spencer, Oxford Mr E Le Mare, Manchester BRYNTIRION TERRACE 5— Mr and Mrs Worley, Mr and Mrs Potter, Leicester SALEM TERRACE 3, Mrs D Williams- Mr A E Jones, New York, USA; Mr H H Jones, Llanberis HIGH STREET Gecrge Hotel, Miss Williams- Major Orred, family and maids, Chichester Mr and Mrs J Cole, Congleton Mr R Thomas, Liverpool Misses Irvine, :Speldhurst, Kent Mr Walter Yates, Plas-yn-Llantroniad Mr and Mrs Le Brasseur, Newport, Mont Mr and Mrs Kent, Maesmawr Hall, Caersws Rev J Davies, King's School, Chester Mr J Ellis Jones, M B, Chorley, Lanes Mr W Desmond Darrant, Wolverhampton Mr R A Slaney Eyton, Shrewsbury Miss E Fenwick, Butcombe Rectory, Blagden ;Miss A Fenwick, Park Hall, Kidderminster Dr Alf Miller, Hatton Asylum, Warwick Mr Hollingsworth Water Irton Mr P Petersen, Hersburg, Prussia Mr F W Petersen, Birmingham Messrs A R Bingham and W Espleny, Liver- pool Major General Maule, Halford, Salop Mr Oliver, Manchester Mr and Mrs W H Holland Owen, baby and nurse, Liverpool; Rev J H Stanning, Leigh, Lanes; Rev J Stanning, Portsea Dr Strickland and sons, Mr E Wood, Ludlow London House, Mrs Jones- Miss Pugh, Trawsfynydd Eisteddfa- Mr, Mrs, and Misses Lamond, London Rev J and Master L Lamond, Edinburgh Dr and Mrs Cathcart, London White Lion liotel, Capt J Thomas- Mr and Mrs Day, London Mr W Batty, Liscard; Miss Mellor, Ashton-under-Lyne; Miss'M Batty, Chorlton-cum-Hardy, MessrsH and E Batty, do; Mr L P Cook, Mr, Mrs, and Miss Watson, Glensford, Suffolk Mr Halliwell, Eccles Mr Taylor, Deansgate, Manchester Mr Moss, do Ednyfed House, Mrs Roberts- Mrs and Miss Butt, Mrs and Miss Taverner, Mrs and Master Taverner and maid, Nottingham Rev, Mrs, and Master Banner, Swettenham, Congleton Llys Ciradog, Mrs Roberts- Nurse Wakefield, Birmingham Nurse Which- low, London Nurse Williams, Enfield; Miss Edwards; Llangefni Mr Cusdin, London Mr Clarke, Chester Mr Pierce, Mr Hughes, Ox- ford
ABEiiDOVEY. I BODFOR TERRACE 1, Mrs Jones— Mrs Hill, Hampstead; Mr M Hill, do; Mr and Mrs Hill, Manchester 2, Miss Charles- Mrs Col Ruck Captain and Miss Pedley 4,— Mr Charles Wace and family, Shrewsbury; Mrs Wall, senior 5, Mrs Humphreys— Mr and Mrs Brown and family, Suffolk Eirianfa, Miss M E Williams- Mr and Mrs Pearson, family and nurses, Wel- lington, Berks GLANDOVEY TERRA CE 2, Mrs Jones— Two maids and three children, Coventry 3, Mrs Tomlina- Or Pr3.tt, Leicester 5, Mrs G Davies- Mrs Leaf and family (2), maids, Binawood Lawn, Leamington, Warwickshire 7, Mrs Walters— Dr and Mrs B-ggam, family and maid, Wolver- hampton Mr and Mrs Stanton, Rochester, Staffs 8, Mrs Williams Mr and Mrs Norman Morris, family and maid, Broxbourne 9, Mrs Bell- Mr Nott and family 10, Miss Davies- Mit and Mrs Patterson, Chislehurst Mrs and Miss Orr, do Messrs Cooper, Johnson, Leddil, and Simpson, London 11, Otego House, Mrs Williams— Me-sra Cuthbert Nicholson, W T Watson, and W H Hope, Wellingborougq 12, Mrs Gritfith- Mr and Mrs Eastwood, two children and maids, Manchester 13, Mrs E Davies- Mr and Mrs J E Tunnicliffe, maid and family, London 16, Mrs Pugh Dr and Mrs McLeod, three children and two nurses, Shrewsbury SEA VIEW TERRACE 15, Ivy Hous-, M 8s Innkins— Miss McCallum Webster and maid, Lochmaddy, N B Mr, Mrs, MIsses K and A, and Mr H Ro erts, Ray meadow, Broadway; Mr E Walker, S oke Orchard, Cheltenham 16 Ivy House, Mrs J Edwards— Mr and Mrs Hacker and family, London 18, Mr. J D Hughes — Dr Tunnicl ff and family, London; Mrs and Master Zeigltr, do 19- Mrs Bradstock and family 23, M ss Thomas— M i sses E M and D H Weller, Masters Kalberer, R D W 11 r, F G Weller, and D Grantham 24, Mrs V -ughan- Mr Lit le and fa nity East Twickenham 28, Celtic House, Mr Owen- Mr Robinson TERRACE ROAD 1, CIynd., r. Mrs L Imley- Mr and Mrs J n s. Birmingham CLIFF SIDE 1, Mrs M rgan- Mr? Metters and family, Stratford-on-Avon; Miss S-ale, LOll on Mr J J Morgan, Liverpool PENHEIG TERRACE. Mora we ion— Mi"s M rris, B ongor PE\HELIG ROAD Brynh lig, Mrs T M Roys— ] Mr K t': entr and pirty Rugby May Hank House, Mrs Ellis— 1 Mr K'tuhi n and party, Rugby (I I, Mrs R es- I i Miss Amy Clarke, Coventry 11 HILL SIDE Stanley Villa, Mrs Jenkins- Mr and Mrs C F Claus and family; Mrs J Ward Milligan and Masters Milligan (3), Edgbaston, Birmingham Miss Allen, Churchdown Chel. tenham Highcliff, Miss Jones— Mr and Mrs Beeley, Mr and Mrs Ashton, Marple, Manchester Miss Hyde, Miss Robin- eon, London Pleasant View, Mrs Rowlands- Mr aad Mrs R B Yates and family, Canonbie Clinton, Miss Lewis- Mrs, Miss, and Messrs C H and R Weller, Bed- ford Masters C Shepherd, J Haslock, and G Crofts CHURCH STREET 16, Mrs Edwards— Miss Jones, Llanwnog 20, Mrs R Davies- Mrs, Misses, and Master Tomlinson, Miss Adam- sons, Patricroft, Manchester 22, Mrs Richards— Mr and Mrs Maggs, Harlesden; Mr Parker, Andover Miss Richards, Uxbridge NEW STREET Meirion Temperance Hotel, Mrs Davies- Mr Clarke, Chester Miss Evans, Portmadoc Braichycelyn- Mr B C Pulleyne, Mrs Pulleyne, Mr C C Pulleyne, Messrs P and R J Pulleyne, Mr G B Pulleyne, Miss and Miss P Pulleyne, Miss A Pulleyne, Miss D Pulleyne, Miss Dunn, Mr R Dunn, Mr E C G Maddock, Mr L E Milburn, Mr C Smith Bryntegwel- General and Mrs A de C Scott and family, Lon- don Brynteg- Mrs Atkins Collins and Mrs Newton, India Balkam Hill- Rev Allcock and family
TOWYN. I MARINE PARADE 1, Miss Williams— Mr and Mrs Keen, family and nurse, Bir- mingham 2, Mrs Lewis- Dr, Mrs, Miss, and Master Robinson and maid, Huddersfield Miss Lewis— Misses Hughes, Dolmaen Mr Hughes, do 7— Mr and Mrs Barton, Mr and Mrs Clare Smith IDRIS VILLAS 5, Mrs Evans- Mr and Mrs Mason, London 19, Mrs G Jones- Mr and Mrs Sturge, family and maid, London Mr Sturge Mrs and Miss Hughes, Llanfach- reth Mrs Hughes, Miss Jones Hughes, Gan- Ilwyd 20, Mrs Jones— Mr and Mrs Barnfield, Birmingnam 22, Mrs Roberts- Mrs Howells, Llanerfil; Mrs Jones and family, do; Messrs Lewis and Jones, Dinas Mawddwy j 25, Mrs Jones— Mr and Mrs W Williams and family, Llanrwst 28, Gwernol House, Mrs D 0 Jones— Mr Roberts, Madeley; Mr Roberts, Wellington; Mr Roberts, Coalbrookdale HIGH STREET 13, Mrs Davies- Mr and Misses Utterley, Manchester Miss Stalford, Kingsland, Shrewsbury Mr and Mrs Fountain, Birmingham; Miss E Jones, Swan- sea Major and the Hon Mrs Edmondes, the Rev and Mrs Bannven, The Rectory, Os- westry 16, Miss Roberts- Mr and Mrs Jones, Merthyr; Mr and Miss Giddings, Mrs Giddings, Llanaantffraed 18, Brynawel, Mrs Williams- Mrs W V Davies and family, Oswestry Miss Parsons, Mrs Morris, do 35, Mrs Jones— Mr Jones and child, Corris Mount Pleasant, Mrs Evans- Captain Geoffrey and Mrs Fiennes and family, Farnbrough BRYNAWEL SQUARE 15, Mrs Whitaker- Mr and Mrs Workman, Birmingham; Mr and Mrs Flint, Tunstall, Staffs COLLEGE GREEN. Mrs Vaughan- Mr Jones, Cefnhrith Mr Williams, Cwmcanol, Carno Mr Williams, Tynewydd No Address— Mr Lewis, Carno Mr Mathews, Mr J Mathews, Carno; Mr Richards, Shrewsbury BRYNMAIR Mrs PhiIlipq- Misses Wefelt Nicholls, Sale, near Manchester CHURCH STREET Mrs Jones— Mr and Miss Howells, Coedtalog Mrs Jones— Mr Wigley, Gwernfridd Mrs Morris, Maeslly- mestyn Miss Stephen, Welshpool PIER VILLAS No address- Mr and Mrs Roberts, Corwen No address— Mr and Mrs Jones, Liverpool ATHELSTAN ROAD 4, Mrs Jones— Mr R;ckett, Willesden; Misses Davies & Randies Llanymvnach Mrs and Miss Evans, Llansant- ffraid Cambrian House, Mrs James- Mr and Mrs Humphreys, London Aelydon, Mrs Lewis- Miss Edwards, Nantydigoed Mr Hughes, Dol- maen Mr Evans, Gesailddu Morfa Cadvan, Mrs Jones- Mrs Jones, Brynafon, Corris Berwyn House, Mrs Jones- Mis, Jones, Cefubrith Misses Roberts, Hafod- wen Mr Morris, Maesymestyn Mr Jones, Gwastarigoed Penyryrfa, Mrs Parry- Misses Ashton, Miss Richards, Llaw'rglyn Dysynny View, Mrs Clint- Mr and Mrs Upton, family and maids (2), Market, Drayton Miss Upton and maid, do; Mr and Miss Hartley, Sale Mr Lester, Carnarvon Miss Quinn, Galway, Ireland Min-y-don, Miss Mcrris- Mr, Mrs, and Miss Tarside, Chester California Hotel, Mrs Williams- Mr and Miss Rowlands, Llanrhaiadr Mr Jones, Tanrallt Cadvan HOUSR- Miss Halford, Shrewsbury Montgomery House. Miss Edwards- Mr E, ans, Glawddacoed, Llanbrynmair Miss Davies, Bryn Llanwyddelan Cader Temperance- Misses Jones, Domencastell Mr Vaughan, Hafodybeudy, Llanerfyl Bank, Mrs Davies- Miss and Mr J Breeze, Miss Thomas, Aberangell; Mr and Miss Morgans, Cribin; Miss Rowlands,' Bryncoed Mr Roberts, Pwllheli; Mr Thomas, Llangian Prospect House, Mrs Thomas- Mrs Williams, Miss Royde Smith, Crouch End, London No address- Mr and Mrs Williams, Llaw'rglyn No address— Rev R R Morris, Festiniog No addresi- Messrs Jones and Owen E Jones, New Shop, Corris
TALVBONT AGRICULTURA L SOCIETY. REMARKABLY SUCCESSFUL. EXHIBITION. The Talybont and North Cardiganshire Agri- cultural and Horticultural Society has only been in existence four years, but the show which they held last Wednesday would have done credit to a society twenty years old. The inhabitants of Talybont tftke a keen and intelligent interest in the Society and their efforts are well supported by people living immediately around. The show is making wonder ful progress. Last Wednesday the entries numbered about 550, showing an increase of over half a hundred on last year. What was more satisfactory still, however, was the extraordinary good quality of the exhibits in practically all the sections. Fortune smiles on the Society in yet another direction. It is in the most flourishing financial position. They had a balance in hand from last year of JE149 and this year an additional sum of E115 has been received in subscriptions' The unique success of the Society is due in no small inea-ure to Mr Pryse P Pryse, the chairman of Committee. Outside of committee he has worked hard and thoroughly and in committee there has not been a more regular attendant dur- ing the past four years. In fact, he is the back- bone of the Society. His indetatigability has in- fused life into every official and into every member of the Committee, who one and all are deserving of special commendation, particularly Mr J T Motgan, the treasurer, Mr William Morris, and Captain Howell, hon secretaries, and the patient and courteous secretary, Mr W R Morgan. On the previous day the weather was squally and wet and there was every appearance of unpropitious weather for the show, but Wednesday morning opened bright and fine and the wind had consider- ably ablted. Except for one or two short showers the weather continued favourable chroughout the day. The attendance, as a result, was very large there being a plethora of conveyances crowded with people from Aberystwyth alone. Practically all the people of Talybont and district were present and they gavt- a definite proof of the interest they took in the show by paying for admission and not acting as the inhabitants usually do at local sho" s that is, striving to sneak in or obtain a free view from adjoining fields. Amongst those present was Mr Vaughan Davies, M.P. The Talybont Brass Band, under the conductor- ship of Mr J J Hughes, gave selections of music during the day. The president this year was Sir Pryse Pryse, Bart., and the vice presidents were Messrs Pryse P Pryse, R C Richardes, D Howeli, R H Rees, and J. Francis. The members of the Committee were -Mr Pryse P Pryse (chairman), Dr James (vice- chairman), Mr J T Morgan (treasurer), Mr William Morris and Captain Howell (honorary secretaries), Messrs J M Williams, J B Morgan, H Seymour; Davus, R E J Will-anis, J Joseph, John James, R D Jenkins, J Edwards, D Jenkins, D Owens, R Jenkins, W R Jones, J Jones, J Roberts, J R James, James Richards, Richard Phillips, Richard Jones, John Richards, J Griffiths, and D Davies. The stewards were Dr James Captain Howell Messrs James Richards, Rhiwlas W. Richards, Cefnhendre J. B. Morgan, Glanfraed D. Owen, Berthlwyd Abraham Davit-s, Tyngarth David Jenkins, Cerrigcaranau Richard Thomas, Brys- gaga J. James, Caergywydd R. Jones, Talybont; J Joseph, Gogerddan J T Morgan, Maesnewydd James Thomas, Glanclettwr. The judges were—for draught horses, Mr E Hughes and Captain Webley P Pryse light horses, In j ,?rDy and Rev H Ivor James Welsh cattle and Welsh sheep, Messrs E Evans, Maes- mynach, and L Williams- Abermaide cattle of any other breed and sheep of any other breed, Messrs Edward Hughes, Aberfrydlan, and J C Carruthers, Machynlleth shearing, Messrs W Jones, Penpont- bren, and D Edwards, Dolfawr roots and grain, Messrs Pryse P Pryse and R C Richardes butter, Mrs Pryse P Pryse and Miss Davies, Fridd garden produce, Messrs Viery and Thomas jump. ing competition, Messrs Pryse P Pryse, R C Richardes, and Captain W P Prvse. Last year the show of horses was highly praised, but this year there was a still better exhibition. The entries were more numerous and the exhibits were almost without exception well-bred animals. The draught horses were the shining lights. Mr J M Williams, Brynbwl, won the first prize for a draught mare and foal. The foal was by Mr Williams's own shire horse, Sir Dare," and the animal was greatly admired. The class for draught mares or geldings was very good, but side bones were prevalent in some of the exhibits. In this class, in which there were ten exhibits, the mare which won the first prize at the Mach- ynlleth show was not even commended. Mr Jen- kins, Cerrigcaranau, won the first prize and he also won the premier prize for the best pair of draught horses, Mr E J Williams, Cynnullmawr, taking the second prize in the latter class. The other three exhibits were stated by the judges not to be quite sound. The class for two-year-old draught colts or fillies was a strong one, there being ten entries and the three animals who won the prizes were spoken highly of by the judges who said they were very useful horsBs. The first prize was taken by Sir Pryse Pryse, Bart.; the second by Mr James, Brynllys and the third by Mr E J Williams, Cyn- nullmawr. There was a good number of entries for the best yearling draught colt or filly. The ex- hibits were of exceptional quality, the judges stating that they reflected the highest credit upon the district. There was keen competition in the classes for cob, mares, and foals under fifteen hands, roadster mares and foals fifteen hands and over, two-year-old hackney colts or fillies, yearling hackney colts or fillies, and the animals, taking them on the whole, were in splendid condition. Special praise was bestowed by the judges on the class for the best-actioned mare or gelding under fourteen hands. There were nine entries and the first prize was awarded to a pretty chestnut pony owned by Mr Jenkins, Cerrigcarranau, whilst Mr Morris, Brynowen, took the second prize. The class for mountain ponies twelve hands and under won encomiums all rouud. Miss M. E. Williams, Brynbwl, took the first prize with a beautiful roan, and Mr Evans, Goetre, was second. The class for the best p ny under thirteen hands foaled in 1898 drew fourteen entries, and the class for the best pony and foal un,ier thirteen hands eleven entries. In the former Mr W. Evans, Bryngryffty, won the first prize, and in the latter Mr R. H. Rees, Wood- lands, took premier honours. Although the entries were not as numerous as in other classes, the class for the best pony under thirteen hands foaled in 1897 was splendidly contested. Excepting one the seven exhibits were good animals, Mr Griffiths, Dolclett > r, taking the first vii-izi, There were thirteen entries in the class for the best foal by Mark Eaton. Tne latter was brought to the dis- trict for the benefit of his tenants and others by Mr Pryse P. Pryse. The number ef entries exceeded all expec ations and the quality of the exhibits was very high. Mr Griffiths, Dolgiu, won the first prize, and Mr Evans, Tanllan, second. Unfortun- ately the horse leapiiigcompetitions did not attract many entrie-, there being ouly one entry in the local competition and two in the open. Mr Jenkins, Hen! afod, won both first prizes, his success against Dr Dave's horse in the open event being greeted with vociferous cheering. The black cattle last year were considered to be by far better than those exhibited in any other show in North Wales. This year, although the quality was exceptionally g"ocl, the exhibits could nnt be sud to be up ro la-t year. The bull calves were the best class, Mr Jenkins, Henhafod. taking the fint pnze. The first prize for the best bull was won by Mr Phillips, Llwynglas, with a magnificent animal and Mr Howell, Nantcellanfawr, was awarded the second prize. Mr James, Brynllys, won the first priz, for the best cow in milk or calf with a fine animal and Mr Howell made a good second. In the class for the best two-year-old heifers, Mr Howell won both the first and third prizes and Mr Jenkins, Henhafod, was second. There were thirteen entries in the class for yearling heifers and here again Mr Howell took the premier honours, whilst Mr Jones, Elgar, won the second prize. Mr John Jones, Ynyshir, won the first prize for the best pair of two-year-old steers with the animals which were awarded the first prizes at the Machynlleth and Dolgelley shows. Mr James, Ab, rc wmdole, won the first prize for the best pair of yearling steers out of six competitors. There was a distinct and pronounced improvement in the classes for catJe of any other breed. A very close c ontest for the he-it bull resulted in favour of Mr Bonsall, Fronfraith, Mr James, Peithyll, taking the second prize. Mr James followed un this success by winning the first prize for the best yearling bull with the same animal. There was likewise a keen competition in the class for bull calve*. Mr Bonsall, Fronfraith, again took first prize Dr James was adjudged second and Mr Parry, Tyllwyd, third. The c'asses for cows in milk or calf, yearling heifers, heifer calves, at- tracted a large nuri>bjr of entries and the exhibits were of very good quality. The class for two- year-old heifers was disappointing, although there were eight entries. The yearling steers shown by Mr Bonsall were remarkably-fine animals and they took the first prize and the steers shown by Mr James, Peithyll, won the second prize. The ex- hibits of cows by cottagers numbered five and they were all in very good condition. Mr J E Jones, Comminscoch, won the first prize, and Mr Evans, smith, Penrhyncoch, the second prize. The entries in Welsh sheep, uplands and low- lands, were very numerous, being' largely in excess of last year. The rams in the upland section were not up to what might have been expected from the district. The ram by Mr Dd. James, Cefncoch, which won the first prize was, however, a very fine animal. Ram lambs were a rather indifferent lot, but the majority of the ewes, yearling ewes, and ewe lambs exhibited were of superb quality. There was also a great improvement in the classes for two- year-old and three-year-old wethers. In the low lands section rams were of a better quality than in the highlands section. Mr Jones, Ynyshir won the first and second prizes for the best yearling ram. There was likewise a good exhibition of ewes. Mr Jones Ynyshir, here again won two first prizes, and he also won first prize for ewe lambs. The exhibits in sheep of any other breed were in prime condition. The ram of Mr William Rowlands, Aberystwyth, which took the first prize was an animal which it would be hard to S in any county show. There were nine entries in the shearing class and a spirited contest was witnessed. Th^entrieaIn and this was also the case with garden produce, which is rapidly becoming a feature of° the°show' ™,s mMi'88 flt,een & n HORSES. 2 r J M Wi,liams- Brynbwl; Tyllwyd Farm'. ernScaranau 5 3, Joseph Parry, carDrug;h2,Tje Parry, Tyllwyd Farm Cynullmawr 3> Jcseph Pair of draught horses-I D Jenkins, Cerrig. caranau; 2, E J Williams, Cynuilmawr. Pm» p d draught colt or filly—1, Sir •? F T wn?-6' J' 2» Richard James, Brynllyg TVSltKSa^y,llma"r; c, William Jones, Yearling draught colt or filly-1, J Edwards, Nantsmol 2 H P Edwards, Aberystwyth; 3 Joseph Parry, Tyllwyd 4, J Morris, Penywern. T ^,re anc* *oal under fifteen handa—1, G Jones, Wileiriog Isaf 2, E Edwards, The Laurels; 3, Thomas Jenkins, Pengoltan. Roadster mare and foal under fifteen hands and over—1 David Jones, Pantydderwen 2, William Richards, Cefnhendre 3 and h c, David James, Caergywydd; c, E J Williams, Cynullmawr. I wo year-old hackney colt or filly-I, W R Jones, Bryngwynmawr 2, A J W James, Dolybont; h c, E Jenkins, Caeryrhedyn c, E J Williams, Ovnull- mawr. J Yearling hackney colt or filly—1, David Huahes Pantydderwen 2, H P Edwards, Aberystwyth he, Richard Thomas, Brysgaga c, David James, Caergywydd. Actioned mare or gelding 14 hands and over, to be ridden-I, H. Mathews, Aberystwyth 2, Dd. Rees, Tynpark hc, John Jenkins, Bwlchyrhoser. Actioned mare or gelding under 14 hands, to be ridden-I, D. Jenkins, Cerrigcarranau; 2, Wil- liam Morris, Brynowen; he, H. Mathews, Aber- 'stwyth c, Wm. Richards, Pier-street, Aberyst- vyth. Pony and foal under 13 bands-I, R H Rees, Woodlands; 2. James Griffiths, Dolcletwr he, :tà. Morris, Tanybwlch, Pontgoeh c, J. Owen d orris, Penywern Pony (colt or filly) under 13 hands, foaled in 897-1, James Griffiths, Dolcletwr; 2, John Morris, Penywern: he, \Vm. Morris, Brynowen John Evan, Goitre, and John Baker, Rhydy- jenau. Pony (colt or filly) under 13 hands, foaled in IS9S—1, Wm. Evans, Bryngryffty 2, D Jen- iins, Cerrigcaranau he, Hugh Owen, Nantynod Richard Edwards, Cefnllan, Llanbadarnfawr, md W R Jones, Bryn«wvnm iwr. Mountain pony, 12 hands and under—1, Miss M S Williams, Brynbwl; 2, John Evans, Goitre; 1 c, John Evans, Goitre W Martin Morgan, Gam Jouse J. Baker, Rhydypenau. Foal got by Mark Eaton," Le Bon Shire ;tud Book," No. 15224 (within the boundary of the how). Given by Mr P P Pryse. — 1. J Griffiths, Jolgau 2, J Evans, Tanllan h c, John Lewis, 3ryngwyncanol; c, D Jenkins, Cerrigcarranau. Sucker, got by one of Mr Edward Griffiths' lorses (must be within the boundary of the show) —1, G Jones, Wileiriog 2, David Jenkins, Glany- nor. Sucker got by Klondyke," the property of Mr fohn Thomas, Tre'rddol-I, W R Jones, Bryn- rfwynmawr 2, Wm Evans, Bryngryffty 3, E J Williams, Cynuilitiawr h c, James Griffiths Dol- :!ettwr. and L 0 Williams, Tre'rddol. Horse for jumping (must be within the boundary )f the show)—1, R J Jenkins, Henhafod. Horse for jumping (open to all comers)-I, R J Jenkins, Henhafod 2, Dr A 0 Davus. WELSH CATTLE. Bull—1, Richard Phillips, Llwynglas 2, David Howell, Nantcellanfawr 3, John Jones, Penpont- bren Mochno. Yearling bull-I, Thomas Jones, Gwarcwmbach; 2, D Jenkins, Cerrigcarranau. Buil calf-I. Riei ard Jenkins, Henhaforl 2, D Jenkins, Cerrigcaranau 3, William Rowlands, butcher. Cow in milk or calf-I, Richard James, Bryn- llys 2, David Howell, Nantcellan 3, William Rowlands, butcher. 1 wo-year-old heifer—I, D Howell, Nantcellan Fawr;2, Richard -Jenkins, Henhafod; 3, D Howell, Nantcellan Fawr, Yearling heifer—1, David Howell, Nantcellan 2, David Jones, Elgar. Heifer calf-I, E J Williams, Cynulimawr; 2, Richard James, Brynllys 3, J Edwards, Nant- siriol. Pair of two-year-old steers—1, John Jones, Ynyshir; 2, David Howell, Nantcellan. Pair of yearling steers-I, John James, Aber- cwmdole 2, J B Morgan, Glanfread. CATTLE OF ANY OTHER BREED. Bull-I, J G W Bonsall, Fronfraith 2, J R James, Peithyll 3, H P Edwards, Aberystwyth h c, John Jenkins, Pantyperan. YearJillg bull-l, J R James, Peithyll; John Jones, Rhos-cellanfawr. Bull calf—1, J G W Bonsall, Fronfraith 2, Dr James, Y Fagwyr 3, Joseph Parry, Tyllwyd h c, Evan James, Broncastellan; and E J Williams, Cynullmawr, Cow in milk or calf-I and 3, J R James, Peithyll; 2 and c, John Edwards, Nantsiriol; h c, Mrs Ashley, Abercairo. Two-year-old heifer—1 and 2, J G W. Bonsall, Fronfraith 3 and c, Wm Hughes, Torglwyd hc, E J Williams, Cynnullmawr. Yearling heifer—1, J G W Bonsall, Fronfraith 2 and 3, J R. James, Peithyll he and c, J Baker, Rhydypenau. Heifer calf—1, John Griffiths, Dolgau 2, J G W Bonsall, Fronfr ith 3, Dr James, Y Fagwr; he, Mrs Ashley, Abercairo c, J. Baker, Rhydypenau. Pair of yearling steers—1, J G W Bensall, Fron- fraith 2 and he, J R James, Peithyll ) c, David Howell, Nantcellan. Cow of any breed (owned by a cottager, £10 rent and under)-I, J E Jones, Comminscoch 2, John Evans, Penrhyncoch h c, L 0 Williams, Tre'rddol, and David Morgan Talybont. WELSH SHEEP (UPLANDS). Ram—1, David James, Cefncoch; 2, Thomas Williams, Troedrhyw Saeri. Yearling ram—1, Enoch Jenkins, Winllan; 2, Thomas Jones, Gwarcwmbach. Ram lamb-I, David James, Cefncoch 2, J B Morgan, Glanfread. Five ewf-s-1, John Morris, Penywern 2, John Pugh, Alltdu, Glandovey. Five yearling ewes—1, Thomas Jones, Gwarcwm- bach 2, R Rees Edwards, Coedyrhyd. Five ewe Thomas Jones, Gwarcwm- bach 2, D Davies, Penrhyngerwyn. Five of two-ye kr-oicl wethers—2, Enoch Jenkins, Winllan. Five wethers, three-year-old and upwards—1 Dd James, Cefncoch 2. John Jones, Voel domen, WELSH SHEEP (LOWLANDS). Ram—1, David Jones Elgar. Yearling ram-l and 2, John Jo;>es, Ynyshir. Ram lamb—1, John Jones, Ynyshir; 2, Richard Jenkins, Henhafod. Five ewes—1, John Jones, Ynyshir 2, J Jenkins, Frocgoch. Five owe1— 1, Tohn Jones, Ynyshir; 2, Richard Jenkins, Henhafod. Five ewe lambs—1, John Jones, Ynyshir; 2, James Thomas, Glancletwr. Five of two-year-old wethers—1, James Thomas, Glancletwr 2, J Lloyd Jones, Tanllan, Llan- fihangel. SHEEP OF ANY OTHER BREED. Ram—1, William Rowlands, butcher, Aberyst- wyth 2, J G W Bonsall, Fronfraith h c, Enoch J Williams, Penygraig. Yearling ram—1, D Jenkins, Cerrigcaranau 2, J Edwards, Nantsiriol. Ram Iamh-l, William Rowlands, butcher he, David Howell, Nantcellan c, David Hughes, Pantydderwe;i. Five ewes—1, D Howell, Nantcellan Fawr 2, William Rowlands, butcher. Five yearling ewes—1, David Howell, Nant- cellan 2, David Rees, Tynpark h c, W Richards, Cefnhendre. Five ewe lambs—1, David Howell, Nantcellan 2, David Rces, Tynpark h c, J E-lwards, Nant. siriol. Five of two-year old wetherFl-I, James Thomas, Glauclettwr. SHEARING. Shearer—1, Enoch Jenkins, Winllan 2, E Hughes, Brynfedwenfawr 3, John Thomas, Cafn- dwrmaivr h c, G J Evan-, Rhydyronen c, R Hughes, Carregdwgan, ROOTS. Sample of swedes (8 roots to be shown)-I, R W Morgan Maesnewydd 2, David Owen, Penywern, Borth h c J Evans,, Tanllan c, John Jones, Pen- pontbren Mochno. Sample of mangold (S roots to he shown, red or yellow)—-1, T 0 Hughes, Brynamlwg 2, William Jones, Brynyrodyn h c, J Evans, Tanilan c, J. Jenkins, Frongoch. Q GRAIN. sample Gf wheat) in thg Qot q 8 Jories, Gwarcwmbach. Sample °f barley, in the ear, not less than 50—1, Cef Jhp^ ^och 5 h c- William Richards, Cefnhendre c, John Jones, Y nyshir. Sample of oats, in the ear, white, tartarian, or brown, not less than 50 -1, Owen Morris, Tyn- Ilechwedd h c, John Jones, Ynyshir. BUTTER. Fresh butter, not less than 4 lbs-1, Mrs J B Morgan, Glanfread 2. Miss Annie Owen, Penwern, M'ss A S Morgan, Glanfread 4, Mrs Phillips, Llwynglas h c, Mrs J T Pritchard, Wern^ deg c, Mrs Elizabeth Jenkins, Winilan. GARDEN PRODUCE. (Open to competitors under 98 rent). Six dessart apples-1, Thomas Jenkins, Fron Cottage 2, John Davies, Lerry View h c, John Jones, Penllwyn, Capel Bangor; c, John Hopkins, Fronfraith Farm. Six keeping apples-I, W H Greep, Tre'rddol; 2, David Williams, Eglwysfach h c, Isaac Oliver, Taigwynion c, Richard Reea, Frondirion House. Six pears—], Elizabeth Rowlands, Forge Factory; 2, W J Rowlands, Forge Factory h c, J R Hughes! Bow Street c, John Jones, Penllwyn. Twelve plume-1, E Edwards, Cross, Clarach; 2, J R Hughes, Bow Street h c, W H Greep; Ot John Jones, Penlrvyn. Rope of potato onions—1, George Morgan, Cae. berllan; 2, John P Jones, Gluostawy, Bow Street. 5,°^ v 9pring seed onions—1, E Edwards, Cross; E Young; h c, John Tudor, Glandovey; c, J Jones, Bow Street. Bunch of six leeks—1, W J Rowlands, Forge* 2, J Davies, Lerry View h c, E Edwards, Cross.' Bunch of six red carr, ts—1, E Edwards, Cross; 2, J R Hughes, Bow Street; h c, W H Greep; OJ George Morgan, Caeb rllan. Bunch of six parsnips 1, J Davies, Lerry View; 2, W H Greep h c, J R Hughes, B,)w Street; 0, W D Edwards. Three table cabbages—1, E Edwards, Cross; 2, J R Hughes, Bow Street. Three cauliflowers-I, E Edwards, Cross. Three red cabbages—1, E Edwards, Cross 2 John Lumley; h c, J R Hughes, Bow Street; c, T E Young, Three pounds early potatoes—1 and h c, E Edwards, Cross 2, W J Rowlands, Forge c, J R Hughes, Bow Street Twelve French beans-I, T E Young; 2, J R Hughes h c, John Tudor c, W H Greep.
At the Old Bailey on Monday Frederick Sidney Waddington, forty, aolioitor, and George Edward Vincent Cheesman, thirty-six, solicitor, pleaded uilty to misappropriating E250 entrusted o them by a widowed lady with instructions to pay probate duties due in respect of her husband's will. Waddington was sentenced to six years' and Uheesman to four years' penal servitude. Printed and Published by J. Gibson, 0 mbrian News Office, Terrace Road, Aberystwyth, Saturday, September 23rd, 1899.
fConfirmed from Page 5.) NORTHGATE STREET 11, Mrs V Hughes— Mr, Mrs. and Miss Maggie Price, Chester Mr and Mrs James, Llanfyllin 26, Mrs Morris— Messrs f Owen, C and G Hughes, Borth J Edwards, Crow's Nest H Williams, B Butcher, 0 Fields, H I aylor, J Stokes, T Hughes, W Lewis, J Jones, E Corfield, T Rhyder, and T Corbett, Oswestry J Jones, R Atwcod, Caerswa L Cooper, Llanyinynech E Ashton, Mochdre O Humphreys, Welsh- K ampton B Thomas, J Williams, and T Owen, Ellesmere M Pritchard and J Grice, Welsh- pool 27, Mrs Ellis- < Mrs and Miss Hyde, Builth 28, Nlrs Parry- Mr, Mrs, and Miss E Mcrris, Birmingham Mr Sedgwick and son, Manchester: Mr Atcherley, Fails worth GOGERDDAN COTTAGES. a, Mrs \Y Jones— Miss Mannox, Wolverhampton 7, Mrs Gritiiths- Mrs Jenkins, Ferndale Mrs and Miss Mahony, Edgbaston, Birmingham GEORGE STREET Newry House, Mrs Lloyd- Misses Russ, Westbcurne Grove, London Mr Thomas, Walham Green, do; Mr Pryke, Shrewsbury Mr Stanley, Mr Vernon, Bristol; Mr Hughes, Mold Mr Davies, Birmingham Garthmyl House, Mrs Owen- Mr3 Samway, Miss Samway, Redfern, near Oswestry; Mr Pierce, do Richmond House, Mrs Thomas- Mrs and Mr Beach, Mrs Shaw, Kidderminster; Mr Andrews, Mr Jones, Llanelly Mr and Mrs I Jenkins, London 10, Mrs W H Davies- Mr, Mrs, and Miss Beckett, Wbittington, Shron- shire Mr Batchelor, Miss Band, Leamington 11. Mrs James- Mr and Mrs Jones, Mr C Jones, Shrewsbury Mrs Hopkins, Leamington POWELL STREET 6, Miss Lewis— Mr W Peel Davies, Swansea Mr W D Sutton, Cardiff 7, Mrs Davies— Miss Davies, Finsbury, London Mr and Mrs Richards and family, Shrewsbury MILL STREET Plough Inn, Mrs Jones— Messrs Morris, D J Morgans, D James, and Morgans, Ferndale Lewis Davies, Ogmor Valley Thomas, Tylorstown Davies, Porth RAILWAY TERRACE 1, Mrs Barson- Mr and Mrs Ashton, Newtown 13. Camfield House, Mrs Bell- Rev C W Goodman, Rugby Mr E Jones, London Sefton House, Mrs Hughes- Mrs, Mr, and Misses Crook, Withington Mrs Roberts, Master Teddy Crook, do Durham House, Mrs Jones— Messrs W H (sen.) and W H Collins (jan.), H Miles, Ben Bevan, Ton Pentre Tom Jones, T. Tipple, Ystrad Rhondda 18, Mrs Hutchings- Mrs Orr and family, Mr Rogers, Rhyl 20, Mrs Evans- Rev and Mrs Morgan, Treorky Glan Gwili House, Mrs Griffiths- Mr and Mrs Davies, L'anbrynmair Mrs James and two children and maid, Chester POPLAR ROAD. Myrtle Gottage, Miss Lewis- Mr Price, Gilwern, Abergavenny Misses Pedley (3), Willenhall, Wolverhampton STANLEY TERRACE. 1, Gwynfryn House, Mrs Owens- Mr Howes, Bath TRINITY PLACE 6, Mrs T Edwards- Mr and Mrs Chadd and baby TRINITY SQUARE Sunny Bank, Mrs Edwards- Misses Tearne (2), Herefordshire Mr and Mrs Gatcliffe, Liverpool Hawkeshury, Miss Morris— Bailey, Miss Drake, Worcester Bourne House. Mrs Pryce- Mr and Mrs W Chance, Lye, Stourbridge CAMBRIAN PLACE 4, Giyndwr House, Mrs Hughes- Mr Davies Hereford Miss Ross, London; Misses Owen, Shrewsbury; Miss Prowd, lr, Mrs, and Misses Owen, Crewe Victor House, Mrs Jenkin,- Mr Jones, Mr Ellis, Mr and Miss Arnold, Aber- dare 3, Mrs D Jones— Mrs Davies, London Mr and Mrs Parker, Car marthen UNION STREET Aston House, Mrs E vans- Mrs Squires, Oldbury, Birmingham Miss Myfie Jones, Wolverhampton 3, Eastwuod House, Ir3 D Edwards— Mr and Mrs Jenkins, London; Mr and Mrs Morgans, LLmdinam, Mr and Mrs Brantley and baby, Mr and Mrs Giles, Birmingham EPWORTH TERRACE b 1, Mrs Jenkins- Miss Brannon, Aahton under-Lyne Miss Machlin, do 4, Miss Evans- [ Messrs James and William Bowen, Rotton LLANBADARN ROAD Binswood House, Mrs Paull- Mrs and Miss Blades, West Bromwich Mrs Vincent, Briarfield, do Mr Hook, London Mr and Mis Williams