APPALLING DISASTER AT PWLLHELI. 'JLWULVE EXCUKSIONISTS DROWNED. A GALLANT RESCUE. The rising watering place of Pwllheli, hitherto singularly free from drowning fatalities, was the scene of a most appalling disaster onSaturday after- noon, twelve excursionists, three men, one woman, and eight children, being drowned through the capsizing of a boat in the sea about a mile from the shore. All the occupants of the boat except the boatman were drowned. An excursion consist. ing of about 750 persons, in connection with the Church Sunday School, arrived in the town from Drosybwlch, Llanberis, and district and the twelve victims formed part of the excursion. Arriving safely at Pwllheli about ten o'clock thp excursionists found the weather somewhat squ >lly with occasional showers of rain and for the most part distributed themselves about the town A number, however, found their way to the beach, amongst them being the twelve ili fate i persons, who entered a boat in charge of a young man, aged nineteen, named Robert Thomas, Embank- ment-road, Pwllheli. The occuiants of the boat were John Hughes, Clogwyn, Dinorwic, an over- looker at the Llanberis Quarry, aged 38, his three children, John R. Hughes, 12 years of age, Catherine Ann Hughes, 11 years of a't', and Nellie Hughes, 7 year< ,f age; Owen Thomas. Tyddyntawnog, aged 32, Ellen Thomas, hi-i wife, 27, ani tneir chil- dren, Nellie Thomas, aged 4, Owen Thomas, aged 3, and Willie Edwards, aged 6 (Mrs fnomas's son by her first husband); Thomas Hugus, Tmybwlch, Dinorwic, aged 13, and Richard Hughes, ag,d 15 (the two latter being brothers), and Charles Davie*, Bronclydir, aged 13. The thirteen persons named were all, with the exception of John Hughes, senior, sea! en at the stern of the boat, Robert Thomas, the boatman in charge, being the only one rowing He took his seat on the bow thwart and pulled straight out from the south beach parade to the open sea. A spectator states that at this time the bow of the boat was clear of the water while the stern lay deep. Pulling steadily, Robert Thoma3 had got about a mile from the shore when the wmd suddenly veered trom west to south, blowing with increased force straight for the shore. At this time, Thomas appears to have commenced the re- turn trip and, in doing so, of course brought his boat broadside on to the now pretty high wave. No mischief appears to have resulted from this, but as the boat gradually slewed round and presented its stein to the waves some of the latter broke into the boat. One of the children at once shouted to Hughes in the boat, Daddy, the water is coming into the boat." Hughes thereupon walked clumsily along the boat till he got to the oarsman, Thomas, and then, placing one hand on the latter's shoulder, vaulted clean over Thomas's oars into 'mid-ships and thence made his way to the stern of the boat, already nearly flush with the water. The additional weight of Hughes, together with the water which had been shipped (so much as to cover the shoes of those seated in the stern of the boat) proved too much and the stern at once sank into the water. Thomas, the boatman, in vain shouted to Hughes to keep his place when he first began to move and afterwards to the others to keep still. The inevitable panic set in the moment the stern sank and simultaneously rising, the occupants rushed to the side of the boat, which in a moment turned turtle, imprisoning thirteen souls beneath. By superhuman exertion, the boatman managed for a moment to right the boat and keep so till all were cleared from under it and then, pushing him- self clear, he got out of the hurly. burly for a moment and looked round him at the helpless dozen splashing frantically and screaming wildly close to him. He seized one of the victims—a three-year- old girl-and held her above water as long as his strength availed, but he was fully dressed and hampered besides by his heavy sea boots and, though a good swimmer, sank twice with his little burden before she slipped from his failing grasp and perished. On his outward journey, Robert Thomas passed another boat, in which two girl excursionists from the Danberis district, about eleven years of age, were being rowed by William Peters, a-commercial traveller residing at Gadan View. Peters has been familiar with boats and boating from his youth up and apparently occupies his leisure by actir-g as his father's assistant boatman and in this capacity, as events showed, he proved a master hand. One of his young lady fares, owing to the roughness of tha sea, having become sick. he was returning to bhe beach as Robert Thomas's heavily-laden boat passed him. He was then about three-quarters of a mile from shore. After proceeding about a hundred yards shorewards, he chanced to look round and, to his surprise, Thomas's boat was nowhere in eight. He at first supposed it was merely hidden by the rising waves, but suddenly he saw a sight which for a moment paralysed him, viz., a mass of men, women, and children struggling in the water, with the capsized boat floating close by. Quickly recovering himself, Peters stood up in his boat, waving aloft one of his oars as a signal to those on shore and screaming loudly. Then he pulled as fast as he could to the scene of the wreck, but now a new peril confronted him in the shape of the two girl passengers, who, already alarmed by the rising of the sea, became almost frantic at the sight of its disastrous effects on the occupants of the other boat, and were mov- ing wildly about the boat, in spite of Peters's command to keep still. Suddenly, he adopted a bold expedient to keep them quiet, and, swiftly reaching forward, he grasped them both by the legs and drew them off the seat towards himself, and then twisting his own legs round the girls' he so held them fast, and renewed his desperate efforts to reach the drowning excursionists from the other boat. He arrived too late to do more than pull peor Robert Thomas, on the point of drowning. into his boat. He saw four of the other bodies, but they were all apparently lifeless. The body of one woman came alongside his boat, but owing to the necessity of watching Thomas, who was almost mad with excitement and rushed at him several times, and the equal necessity of watching the two girls, who were almost equally excited by now, Peters could not get proper hold of the woman's body, which finally slipped under his boat. He then made a dive after her, but his legs were caught between the oars and the thwarts, and he was thus held for some time with his head under water. At last he managed to extricate himself from his terrible position and pulled slowly ashore, where he safely landed his two girl pas- sengers, and also Robert Thomas, whom he had rescued. He then prepared to start a second time for the scene of the disaster, but before starting out again he asked the scores of people now assembled on the beach if any of them would come with him, with what result shall be told in his own words in an interview granted by the young fellow to the pressmen assembled at Pwllheli on Sunday. Up to Sunday night only four of the bodies had been recovered and these were picked up almost immediately after the accident, which, as near as can be ascertained, occurred at one o'clock on Saturday afternoon. These were those of Mrs Thomas, Ellen Thomas (daughter), and W.Edwards (son), and Katie Hughes, daughter of John Hughes. These bodies were at once conveyed to an empty bouse close to the beach to await the inquest. All the hours of daylight on Saturday were spent by the boatmen and trawlers in the vicinity in search- ing for the other bodies, a quest which also occupied the greater part of Sunday. About one o'clock on Sunday the boats gathered in a circle at almost the exact spot where Saturday's ill-fated expedition started on its disastrous trip, as they supposed that one of the bodies had been seen tossing about beneath the rolling waves. But in spite of the keenest efforts the body, if body it was, eluded the grappling irons and the search was unsuccessful. Nevertheless, the search was re- newed and continued till darkness again put an enforced end to their labours. The disaster produced the most profound grief amongst the visitors and residents of Pwllheli. It is stated that three of the four bodies recovered showed signs of latent life when brought ashore, and in the case of Nellie Thomas there was great hope of a successful recovery, and Superintendent Jones and Drs. Samuel Griffith and Rees. Pwllheli, and Thomas, of Nevin, assiduously applied the treatment for the restoration of apparently drowned persons to all three of them, but in vain. Super- intendent Jones was unremitting in his efforts. Credit is due to Mr E. R. Davies, the town clerk of Pwllileli, for the minner in which he organised and stimulated the various search parties in their efforts to recover the remaining eight bodies, and also to the Rev James Salt who remained behind to look after the dpoeas-(I, and who met the sorrow- ing parents of Davies,Thomas, and R;chardlfughes, whose bodies are amongst the missing. It will be seen th. tin one case a father and three children were drowned, and in the other the whole of the family of Owen Thomas, Tyddynfawnog, perished. What makes the case of Hughes, Clogwyngwyn, sadder, is the fact that the wife was left at home ill. William Peters, when interviewed, gave a very clear and straightforward narrative of his share in the rescue of Thomas. He said he was a commer- cial traveller and often went out of Pwllheli in his father's boats. He went out on Saturday with two girls about eleven years of age, from Liinberis. It was then blowing from the south-west. Robert Thomas followed him in Captain Williams's boat. He thought Thomas's beat looked rather heavy, but wheu it came nearer he modified his views on that point. He went out for about three-quarters of an hour, when one of the girls became sick, and he turned back to t-ik-e them ashore. He happened to turn his head as he went and missed the other boat. Listening he heard seme shouting and "creaming and saw someone holding up his hand. It turned out to be Robert Thomas. He pulled to- wards him as hard as he could. He was then three hundred yards nearer the shore than Thomas. The girls became excited and frightened and wanted to jump out of the boat, so in order to save them he held them tight, practically in the bottom of the boat. He was then at liberty to resume his rowing. They reached Thomas at last and he picked him up over the bow. Thomas was very wild and excited and did not know what he was doing, so he (Peters) placed him under a seat and told the girls not to stir. The next thing he saw was a woman-Mrs Thomas—floating alongside. He tried to get hold of her, but Thomas and the girls were so excited that they went to one side of the boat which nearly capsized. The body of the woman then slipped under the boat and the sea came into the boat. He tried to dive in after her, but his legs got fast in the boat and his head was under water for some time. He could do no more, so he caught hold of the oars aga'n and pulled for the shore. He only noticed four bodies on the surface. About half-way to the beach he noticed his father in a boat and directed him to where Mrs Thomas's body was. After lauding the girls and Thomas, he ask^d the people there if any of them would come back with him. but no one answered. There were many people watching him, but no one offered t > help him with his burden. He saw on the surface besides the body two caps, four hats, one coat, md two oars. As to the cause of the disaster, his opinion was tnat the boat was too heavily laden at bhe stern, and that when the man J. Hughes also iame to the stern it went under. The bat C me ishore near the Gimlet Rock. This was the first boating accident which had occurred at Pwllhe i. When he went out the second time he lwt Owen rhomas, Greenfield, and others. Thay tried to right the capsized boat in order to see if tfure was anyone under it, but found there was no one. Mr Owen Jones, Aherkin House, who has a re xord of having saved ten lives from drowning, was bhe first from the shore to arrive upon the scene. Ln the course of an interview he said that he found three of the bodies recovered, the first being that of the lad O. P. Thomas. He did not thiuk the loat wa" overloaded. It ought to carry the number who were in it nicely. The fact of the matter was they were turning back and a wave got in at the st^rri. rhere were no proper by-laws at Pwllheli and no inspector of boats. A formal inquest was held yesterday (Monday), or the purpose of identifying the bodies recovered. rht; inquiry was adjourned until the other bodies ire recovered. The boat has been officially measured since the tccident and the measurements are as follow Length, 16ft Sin width, 4ft 7in depth, ISin. rhe boat itself is one of the light, ordinary, pitch- ?ine, unrigged structures used as pleasure boats.
BORTH. VISITORS.—A large number of visitors keep :oming in. The village is very full for the time of ;he year. WEDDING.—The marriage of Mr Henry JonEs, rynrhelig Farm, and Miss S. A. Morgans, Bryr- )ala Farm, was solemnized' at Llanfihangel Parish 'hurch on Wednesday morning. The Rev. Tudor Svans officiated. TRIP.—The Sunday School members of Libauus chapel took their annual trip last Tuesday to Morris. The day was beautifully fine and a large lumber of people took advantage of the occasion. rhe ride on the toy railway was much enjoyed by roung and old. After partaking of a sumptuous nidday meal the excursionists separated in all lirections. Some visited the Slate Works. )thers went further afield and walked as far as Calyllyn Lake where a splendid view presented it- elf. On their return to Corris tea was partaken if after which a photograph of the whole group vas taken. The return journey was then made, iorth being reached at seven o'clock.
LLANKHYSTYD CHRISTENING.—The infant son of Captain and rfrs Law, a grandson of Major Hughes, Allt-Llwyd, a christened at Llanrhystyd Church on Saturday une 17th, by the Rev Thomas Evans, vicar. The veilt was of great local interest. Smiling faces, raving of hands and caps greeted the christening iarty on allsides as they drove to and from church. ?he font wai prettily decorated with Gloire de )ijon roses, moss and white clematis. Amongst he names (which were given out by Mr Lloyd iughes) was the old Welsh one of U Rhodri." ?he young mother, Mrs LJow, looked cry sweet in a white costume with tale blue hat. Mrs Hughes, scarcely looking a grandmother," handed the infant to the vicar who ery bountifully besprinkled him with the holy vater.
PORTMAJDOC. EXCURSION.—The streets of Portmadoc were [uite deserted on Monday last, about 2,000 people laving gone by trip to Carnarvon where a Congre- [ational musical festival was being held under the eadership of Dr Parry, the eminent composer. Che Portmadoc Orchestral Society have been hold- ng meetings to practise the tunes, etc. The Coo- rregationalists of Salem Chapel are having the idifice painteel and cleaned and are holding their ;ervices in the Town Hall. As they missed the Irgan, the orchestral band attended divine service n the Town Hall to the great delight of the con- gregation. A STAG HUNT,—Although from time to time 'emains of ancient deer are dug up trom the Traeth lear here, considerable excitement was caused by ¡he appearance on the Traeth on Thursday evening ast of a live deer. It was evident that the animal lad escaped from the grounds of Mr W. E. Oakeley ind efforts were made to secure him. He took refuge however in the water between the Cambrian Railway bridge and the embankment and after putting his would-be captors to their wis' end he crossed over the small embankment to Llynbach. Here a large number of spectators lined the bank while several others put off in a boat and eventually secured him. The deer was subsequently sent up to Mr Oakley's preserves. THUNDERSTORM AND ACCIDENT.—The oppressive heat of the past few days was followed on Wednes- iay by heavy thunderstorms accompanied by perfect deluges of rain. On the outbreak of one of bhese showers the workmen at the Moelygeit Setts, etc,, Quarry ran in haste to shelter, and in doing 80 oneof their number John Evan Jones of Britannia, slipped on the rough stones and fell headlong over st large mass of stones on to the gallery. In ad- lition to injury to his feet by the slip, the greater part of one side of the face and the nose are severely contused, the skull is believed to have been frac- tured, and one arm and leg injured. He was carried home on a stretcher and the quarry manager, Mr Thomas, sent the doctor and nurse to his aid and did everything possible to alleviate the poor fellow suffering.
n n r< «I1T1T T /N XJliOTJLlN 1UU. DISTRICT COUNCIL.—Present Mr Wm. Owen, (chairman), Messrs Francis Evans, Howell Jones, Evan R. Jones, Rd. Griffiths, Edmund H. Powell, Evan Jones, Owen J. Owens, E. M. Owens, Cadwaladr Roberts, John H. Jones, Owen Jones, Wm. J. Williams, John. T. Jones, Dr R. D. Evans, Lewis Richards, E. H. Jonathan, David Williams (inspector of nuisances), W. E. Alltwen (clerk and surveyor), and Owen Evans (assistant clerk). Report of Roads Committee.-The report of the Committee which had been appointed to meet Mr Hughes, chief manager of the Festiniog railway, with regard to the alleged dangerous condition of the railway crossing at Tangrisiau, he stated that the matter was progressing, but no final agreement had been come to.-It was decided that a pro- visional order should be obtained from the Local Government Board to provide electricity for the district and that a special meeting should be held with that object in view, and that the Surveyor should prepare a report showing the amount of costs and the amount of energy to provide elec tricity for the district. Recreation Ground.-It was decided that special gates should be provided for the recreation ground at the New Market-square so as tu 'admit persons to the grounds and at the same time prevent animals from entering. Report oj the Library Committee. This report and that for the branch libraries were considered favourable. It showed that the number of books issued during the month were 1,035, a decrease of 138 as compared with the number in the previous month.—A vote of thanks was accorded several donors of books.—It was decided that Mrs Davies, Tyddyngwn-road, should take care of the branch library at Conglwal, in place of Mrs Jones who had resigned. Report oj the Health Committee.- This report showed that the number of infectious diseases notified during the month were ten, as compared with fifteen for the preceding month and ten for the corresponding month of last year. Number of births, forty-one deaths, thirty-twe infant mor- tality, ten.—It was decided to take proceedings against Mrs Joues,; Gwyndy, owner of Barracks, for not complying with the requests of the Council to put a stop to overcrowding and also to put it in proper sanitary condition. Notice had been given to the proprietress two years ago by Mr Price, the former sanitary inspector, but had not been complied with. It was also decided to take legal proceedings against Mrs Jones, Glan pwll Cottage, for not complying with the byelaws of the Council when making alterations to the house. It was decided to provide water from the Morwynion Lake for the inhabitants of Talwenydd and Pantllwyd. The bill of the solicitors of Lord Newborough for making lease of the urinal at Dyphwys was considered rather high and iL was decided to make an effort to get it reduced.
LLANBliDROG. REGATTA.—It has been decided to hold a regatta and sports on August 7th next. A stroug com- mittee has been formed. PROMOTION.—Mr Rowland Richards, son of Captain Richards, Angorfa, has been promoted from third officer on board the s. s. Senator" to second officer on board the s.s. "Governor," a much larger steamer.
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Birmingham 7, Mrs Ellis Jones— Mr and Mrs Ctammond, children and nurse Glasgow; Mr, Mrs, and Miss Hudson, Mr Garnett, Strettord 9, Mrs VVilliams— Mr and Mrs Fisher, Dublin Mr and Mrs Her- bert Stone, family and nurse, Solihull, War- wickshire 10, Mrs Williams- Mrs Nanney Williams and family, Dolgelley Mr and Mrs Jackson, baby and nure, Bir- mingham 11, Mrs Davies and Miss Ctiffilh- Mr and Mrs Hipkisa and family, Birmingham Mr ar,d Mrs Bowter and family, London; Mr and Mrs Salter and family, Birmingham 12, Miss Jones— Mrs Williams, governess and children, Thorn- bury, Gloucester Mr and Mrs Percy Rimmer, family and maids, Liverpool; Mr Tuckett, Mr and Mrs Graham Hanmer, Mistes Hanmer, Wrexham York House, Mrs J W Cotton- Mr and Mrs H E Norlidge baby and nurse, Stoneycroft, Liverpool Miss Walkden, Carrington Mrs Franks and friend, Mr W G Franks, Coventry Mr, Mrs, and Miss Reeves, Wa'shwood Heath Mr and Mrs Radoal, Handsworth Windsor House, Mrs Robbins— Mr and Mrs Linnet, Master H Robbin, Kings Heath Mr and Mrs Haughton, Warrington, Lanes Oak House, Mrs Jackson— Mrs Ledger, Mrs Kaye and chiH, Leeds Miss Evans and Miss Day Mr and Mrs Harrison, Buckhurat Hill, Miss Rogers and Miss Packer, London Misses Russell, Clevedon Ty Fry, Mrs Edwards— Mr and Mrs Arkley and family, Birkenhead Belgrave House, Mrs Williams— Rev and Mrs Green Price, family and two nurses, Miss Barnaby, Brampton Bryan Rectory; Drand Mrs Wilson, family and nurse, Cheadle; Miss Kendal, do Mr and Mrs Crossland and family, Huddersfield BEACH ROAD Post Office, Mr* Dd Davies— Mrs Nutter, Messrs H, F, and H Nutter, Miss Holt, Rochdale Mr J W and Mrs Scholes, Radcliffe; Arthur G Dow, W By- water, King's Lynn; Mr and Mrs Clements, Chirk Misses Clements (3), Miss Smith, Miss Wise Richmond Boarding House, Mrs Barrow Evans- Mr Edward Davies, Dolcaradog, Machynlleth Mr and Mrs Simons, Cardiff; Mr and Mrs Howard Kirk, Birmingham Mr Poole, New- port Mr Arthur, London; Messrs Priest, Birmingham Mr Robertson, London GLANYWERYDD TERRACE 1, Mrs J Lloyd— Mr, Mrs, and Miss Mollie Clarke, Mr and Mrs Tyans and child, Birkenheal Dr, Mrs, and Miss Clegg, Isle of Man Mr and Misses (2) Young, Liverpool Mr Forman, do 4, Mrs Jones— Mrs and Mr Ducat, London Mrs Pr06t- Mr and Mrs Briggs, Yorkshire Miss Brook, Bradford Misses Florence and Mildred, Bywater, Bradford Mrs Lewis, Brynronen M rs Davies, Uxbridge; Miss Watkins, Maiden- he.d Mrs Davr — Mr, Mrs J 0, and Miss Adams, Leicester J Threltall, Atherton, Lanes SEA VIEW TERRACE 3, Miss Phillips- Mr. Mrs, and Master Raymond Phillips, Acocks Green Mrs Ranford and family, Coventry Miss Prothero, Handsworth DOCTOR'S BUILDINGS 1, Mrs W Bishop— Mr and Mrs Evans, Saltley, Birmingham Hope Villa, Mrs Evans— Mr and Mrs Robbins and baby, Walthamstow; Miss Simons, London Mr J A Rowlands Glan Owen, Mrs Griffiths Mr aid Mrs Jones and children, Liverpool 1, Glanywerydd House, Mrs Jones- Misses (3) Laycock, Mr L-ycock, Mr Star, Wigan Mr J Watkins, Liverpool FRONFELEN CASTLE 1, Miss Pugh— Mr, Mrs, and Miss Price, Liverpool 3, Miss Thomas— Mrs aud Miss Hughes, Brecon Mrs and Miss Florrie Hughes, Wrexham; Mr and Mrs Wallis, MaDcheBter Mr and Mrs Thomas and family, Leamington Spa Miss Hay, Chesterfield AELFOR TERRACE 2, Mrs Captain Evans— Mr and Mrs Sampson and family, Liverpool Mrs Scholz— Mr C G Anders, London GLASFOR TERRACE 3, Mrs Davies— Messrs Gardner and Barter Oxford 5, Mrs Davies- Mr H W Say and Mrs Say, Wood Green, London Mr A H Huline and Mrs Huline, Hedneaford Mr W H Morgan, Wordsley, Stourbridge HANLI1H TERRACE 3, Mrs W H Daviel- Mr E M Hamer, Llanidloes Mr J E Story, N. and S. W. Bink 4, Miss Lloyd— Mr, Mrs, and Miss Stephenson, Mr C A Stephenson, Mr E Roe, Moseley, Birmingham; Mr and Mrs Gee Stepson, EJing BELLE VUE MANSIONS 2, Mrs J J Griffith- Miss Falconer, Southport; Mr and Mrs Heynes, Miss Heynes, Miss Canter, Miss Ryder, Malvern Miss Stoke, Clifton Mr and Mrs Jackson, Heisle, E Yorkshire Criterioi, Mr George Crump— » Mrs Henry Webster, Ire'and; Mrs W Alex WhLe, do Mr Carlos de la Vega, Malaga, Spain FRONFELEN TERRACE 1, Mrs Williams— Mr and Mrs James Stokes, Manchester Mrs G A Paris, Miss Nina Paris, Miss E Jones, Liverpool 2, Mrs Roberts— Mrs and the Misses Webster, St Helens 3, Mrs Morris— Mr and Mrs Keith E'lertcn and family, Wolver- hampton Misses Smith and Jefferson, York 5, Mrs R Griffith- Mr and Mrs Urry and family, Birmingham Mr and Mrs Sanders and family, Sheffield VICTORIA PLACE 1, Miss J Davies— Mr and Mrs Maymon, Patricroft 2, Mrs Rogere- Mr and Mrs Holloway, Birmingham Mr and Mrs Westward and family, Oldbury, do HENDRE VILLAS 1— Mrs Davies, London Miss Morris, do 3, Mrs J George— Mr T Adams, Mrs Mould, Rock Ferry; Miss Mould, do Miss Inkster, Rock Ferry Miss E Inkster, do Mr and Mrs Paine, Pendleton, Manchester Miss G and Master Ch. Paine, do EPWORTH TERRACE 1, Mrs Williams— Mr and Mrs Arthur Brewer and three children, West Kirby Miss Wood, Lonhirst PARK ROAD Tal-Ai<5, Mrs Griffiths- Mr Webb, Birmingham Mr E E Coleman, Sale, Cheshire Cerniw Cot. age, Mrs Davies- Mr and Mrs P Woodford and family, Ruabon MARINE GARDENS Falcon House, Misses Perrin and Turner— Mr and Mrs G H Peers and family, Millthwaite, Wallasey; Miss F C Lowndes, the Mount, New Brighton Daisy Bank, Misses Roberts— Mr Fritz Loffler, Frieburg Mr J Heyes, Liverpool Dr and Mrs Minter and family, Uxbridge Fraulein Schuldt, Hamburg Roseneath, Mrs Williams- Mr and Mrs Bennett and baby, Blackheath Mrs White, Birmingham 7— Mr, Mrs, and Master Lawrence Wilson, Mr and Mrs and Miss Price, London Garn House, Mrs Morgan— Mr, Mrs, and Miss Broad. Liverpool Glandovey House, Mr Lewis Edwards— Mr Harris and family, Nuneaton MARINE ROAD. Colwyn House, Mrs Hyam— Mr and Mrs Hattrick, Dolgelley Gwynfryn House, Mrs Daviei— Miss and Master Webbe, Handsworth, Birming ham Aston House, Misses J one1- Mrs Bouchette, Master and Miss Haddock am governess, Rock Ferry Mr, Mrs, Miss, anc Master Oaborn, Handsworth, Birmingham Rev and Mrs Powell and family, Newcastle Staffordshire; Capt and Mrs Day, Rocl Ferry Mr Perry, Kings Heath Cumberland Place, Miss Pugh- Mrs Thorpe, Reading Cumberland Cottage, Mrs Griffiths- Mr and Mrs Silver, Liverpool 2, Cumberland House, Mrs AstIey- Mr and Mrs Lkyd and child, Welshpool Bronwen House, Mrs Edwards— Mr, Mrs. Miss, and Master Nowell and nurse Wilmslow Mr and Misses (3) Currie, Wor cester Miss Mac'eau, Miss Bartlet, Liverpoo Minydon, Mrs Evans— Mr E M Davie?, J P, Upland, Carmarthenshire LLANABER ROAD Beulah Hill, Mr Roberts— Mr J M Edwards, BA., Llanuwchllyn Beulah Hill, Mrs Pugh— Mr and Mrs H iband and family, Kings Heatl" Birmingham Mrs Eaton, Balsall Heath, Bil mingham Mrs Jones, Llandrillo Victoria Cottage, Mrs Jones- Rev and Mrs Barrett, nurae and baby, Nort leach, Gloucester Green Hill, Mrs Richards— Mrs and Miss Marjory Calverley, Corwen Mis Janrion, do Rev W B Williams, Brecon 1\1J Williams, do Miss Ada Lloyd, Machynlleth Bryn Teg, Mrs Jones— Mrs Henry Herrick, children and maid, S. Kec sington Mr and Mrs Jackson and family, Mar Chester Fern Villa, Mrs Myatt — Mr L and Mrs Loveridge, family and maic Wolverhampton Mr Johnes, Montgomery PORKINGTON TERRACE 1, Mrs Jones— Mrs and Mhs Wyatt, Mrs and Master Ker and maid, Miss Mackenzie, London 2, Mrs Jones— Mr and Mrs C Tite, Taunton 3, Mrs Jones— Archdeacon, Mrs, and Miss Richardson, Not- tingham Misses (2) and Mrs Crathorne, Har- rogate Mr and Alisis Brackett, Mr and Nlrs Pirie Brown, Tunbridge Wells Mr and Mrs Skelton and family, Mr T M Moser and friend, London 4, Mr Williams- Mr J A, Mrs, and Master Roland Isaacs, Brus- sels Mr Pattison and Master Pepper, Chirk Mr, Mrs, and Master Hall-Brookes and nurse, Mr, Mrs, and Miss Hibbert, Mr R Hibbert, Horwich Mr and Alri Davies and sons, Liverpool 5, Mrs Rothwell- Mr and Mrs R N Pearson, Warrington Mr and Mrs Clough, Northwich Miss Weston, do; Mr and Mrs Cook, Misses Ellary and Crowe, Hereford Mr and Mrs J W Pollitt, Manchester 6, Mrs Richards- Messrs T A Davies, T J Chivers, T Pargeter. J Mathews, London Mr and Mrs Noake, Bir- mingham Mr and Mrs Eve, Leamington; Dr, Mrs. and Miss Stanger, Wakefield S, Miss Griffith- Mr, Mrs, Miss, and Misses E and M, and Master D Fletcher, Miss B and Master B Hendrie, Manchester Mr C G Fitzsimmons and family, Mr 0 D Bishop, Muswell Hill, London 11, Mrs Evans- Mrs Tuckett, Miss Colson, Bristol Mrs and Miss Turton, Clifcon, do; Mr and Mrs W H Hurton, Birkenhead Mr Tuckett and Mrs Hanmer, Wrexham 13, Mrs Davies- Mr and Mrs C Friend, baby and nurse, Mr Appleby. Rock Ferry Mr and Mrs Wright and family, Sale, Manchester Orielton Hall- Mrs and Misses (2) Vaughan Birks, and two nurses. Sheffield Captain and Miss Gataker, Hon Mrs Henry and maid, Bath; Mrs Farrow, London; Misses (2) Hulbert, Bath: Mr Pippet, Birmingham Messrs Lewis, Vyse, Tapp, and Smith, London BORTHWEN TERRACE Borthwen House, MrsC .pt Evans— Mr and Miss Evan?, Miss Davies, Hereford GLANABER TERRACE 1, Mrs Griff Jones- Mrs James, Scotland Mrs Ceard, London GRAIGFACH 1, Mrs L Jones— Mr Henry Bayley, Walsall; Mr, Mrs, and Misses Nellie and May Spurrier, Wolverhampton ABERMAW TERRACE Wynnstay House, Mrs Evans— Mr and Mrs C H C Baldwyn and child, Wor- cester Bodlyn House, Miss Pugh- Mr and Mrs Jones, Liverpool; Mr and Mrs Hayes, Birmingham Cader View, Mrs G Williams- Rev and Mrs Hollings, London Mr and Mrs Hattersley, Sheffield Mr and Mrs Crump, Shrewsbury Messrs Pare and Bowdon, Ban- bury Mrs and Miss Ogden, Manchester; Miss Carrington, Miss Hollingworth, Rochdale Penbryn House, Mrs Ffoulkes- Mr and Mrs Finlow, London Mrs Heprick and family, do 5, Mrs Capt Morris— Mr Payne and friend, Worcester London Cottage, Mrs Jones— Mr and Mrs Hill, Mrs Cambridge, friend and two children, Gloucester CHURCH STREET 1, Craig-y-don, Mrs Jones- Misses E F and A Parish, Halesowen, near Birmingham 2, Craigydon, Mrs W Jones- Mrs Carter, Miss Field, Mr Barker, Worcester Mr J Lewis, J P, Mrs Lewis, Llanllibio Valley, Anglesea Mr and Mrs A Newtown, Sevenoaks, Kent Mr G and Miss Maud New- ton, do Meirion House, Mrs Jones- Mrs Milton and Mr Oswald Davies Mr and Mrs Fox, Mr and Mrs Bradley, Sheffield Tvnewydd, Miss Edwards— Mr 0 .Vright Penlan Cottage, Mr Richards- E L and Miss LHilton,'Mr W Hill, Mr W Rams- dale, Leigh, Lance; Mr and Mrs J Law, do 1, Glyndwr Terrace, Mrs 0 Jones— Miss Jones, Aberdovey; Mr and Mrs Bush, Malvern Church Gate, Miss Williams- Mr W S Davies, family and nurse, Birkenhead Mr, Mrs, and Miss Flossie Burgess, Birming- ham ST. ANN'S SQUARE St Anne's Bestaurant, Mrs F Jones- Mr, Mrs, and Miss Winbush, London Mrs Edwards- Miss and Miss Jessie Wareham Miss Fisher, Birmingham Misses Ded and Andrews, do HIGH STREET Talydon Hotel, Mrs Owen— Mr and Mrs Fairhurst, Misses M, B, G, and A Fairhurfct, Bolton Mrs Shutt, Sutton Cold- field; Mrs Thornley, Hyde Dr and Mrs Carruthers, Bath Mr and Mrs Offen, Sheffield Glanymor, Mrs J Evans- Mr and Mra 0 N Ja-neson and family, Hessle, E Yorks Mr and Mrs Allan Hall and family, Kirk Ella, E Yorks Mawddach House, Mrs Wynne Jones- Mr and Mrs Monk, Liverpool; Mr and Mrs Llewelyn and baby, Cardiff Mrs Llewelyn, Pembroke Dock Marine House, Mr Williams— Mr George Townson, Mr Frederick Townson, Mrs Swift, Mr H J and Mrs Room and baby, Bir- mingham Miss F Codd, Acocks Green Post Office, Mrs Jones- Mr and Mrs Sykes and.baby, Huddersfield 6, Mrs D E Davies- Mr and Mrs Hickman, Wellington; Mr and Mrs Bright, Birmingham Glanmoen, Mrs 0 Edwards- Mr and Mrs Smythe and family, London Mr and Mrs Hopson and baby, Birkenhead 1, Brynymor, Mrs Jones- Mr and Mrs Evans, Dolgelley; Mr R J Walsall, Peterborough 2, Brynymor, Mrs Jones- Mr, Mrs, and Miss Nora Williams, Warrington Mr, Mrs, and Master Gordon Emerson, do; Mi and Mrs Evans, Dolgelley; Mr. and Mrs Gibbios, Warrington
I CRICCIETH. 11. MARINE CRESCENT Aelydon, Mrs Williams- Mr and Mrs F A Kelly, Rock Ferry, Cheshire Wilton House, Airs Williams- Mr, Mrs, and Master N Clarke and governess, Oxton, Birkenhead Misses Arculus, Edgbas- ton, Birmingham Marine Hotel, Miss Cooper- Mrs Page, Miss Morris, Rev T J Edwards, Uttoxeter; Mr and Mrs G Wilkes ard family, Moffat, Scotland; Dr Wilson, Northampton MARINE TERRACE 1, Brcn Dinas, Mrs Richards- Mrs Parrin and family, Dublin 3, Mrs Jones— Miss Tudor, Wolstanton Miss Taylor, Staffs I Mr and Mrs R Jones 5, Mrs Williams— Mr and Mrs J W J Holmes and daughter, Liverpool 6, Minydon, Mrs Watkins- Mr, Mrs, Master Neville Ashe, Miss Mollie Asbe, Miss Colllnge. Bowdon, Cheshire 8, St. Tudwall's View, Mrs Owen Evans— Mrs Brickwell, Miss P. Brickwell, The Grange, Battles Bridge, Esex; Rev and Mrs Musgrave Brown, Liverpool; Misses Roberts, Shrews- bury 9, Cantref, Mrs R Thomas- Misses Tuck aud Markel, Warrington 10, Captain Jones- Mr and Mrs Sparkf, family and nurse, Otley, Yorks Mr R P Oglesby, Leeds 11, Miss Jones— Mr and Mrs Wrcy Hanby and two children, India; Miss Markes; Mrs and Misses Kingston, Willesden 12, Mrs Evans- Mr and Mrs H Wallace Pugh and family, Oswestry Mr and Mrs H Mathews and family; Mr and Mrs R Atkins, Handsworth Miss M M Cotton, Aston, Birmingham 13, Mrs E Evans- Mrs Harry Smith and party. London 16, Mrs Richards and Miss Morris— Dr and Mrs Worley, Master Br £ „n Worley, Pendleton, Manchester Miss Leaf, do 17, Mrs J Price- Mr and Mrs Lindsay, Newhnds Park, Sydenham, London, E C 19, Merion View, Mrs Evan Griffith— Rav, Mrs J M, and Misses Donne, Stone Vicarage, Kidderminster Miss Dobson, Lon don Rev and Mrs G D Debenham, children and nurse, Northwood Rectory, Isle of Wight: Miss A E Bennett, Moseley, Birmingham 26, The Cliffo, Mrs H Jones— Mr and Mrs Fred Bratt, "Miss Graham, Miss Smith, Mr Pearson, Wolverhampton Mrs, Mr, and Miss Goodley, and Mr Sack, London 2S, Beeswing House, Capt Jones— Mrs and Miss Fulton, Manchester Mr and Mrs s \V J Riddick, family and nurse, Wilmslow; Mrs and Miss Riddick, London Mr and Mrs Frost, Manchester 29, Moseley House, Miss Griffith- Rev and Mrs Sawer and family, Leighton, Welshpool Mr and Mrs Bishop, family and maid, Moseley, Birmingham 30, Angcrfa, Mrs Williams— Mr and Miss lowle, Queen's Park, Chester Mr and Mrs J A Mowle, baby and nurse, do; Miss Kendel, Cheadle, Manchester Mr t and Mrs W N M Newell, Master Jack K M Newell and nurse, Roby, near Liverpool MONA TERRACE Glan Awen- Mrs and Miss Jones BLtenau Festiniog Bron Aber, Mrs Griffith — Mr and Mrs C>>rmoe Walshe. family and maid, Castle H il, C'Osmo:iua, Ireland GLASFOR TERRACE Cartrdle, Mi;; E f;r ffith- Mr B J L-ian, R E Ch, s er Mr and Mrs Ward, do TANYGRISIAU TERRACE Monte Vista, Miss R,,b r L,, lr, Mrs, and Master Hay-s, Southport 7, Mrs Davies— Mr Blackborae aid Miss Smith, Upper Norwood QUEEN S ROAD 9, Mrs Eilis- Misses M E and F E Morris, -Presteign, Radnor- shire WEST PARADE Plas Eifion, Mrs Parry- Rev and Addie Hull and party, Liverpool Rev, Mrs, and Miss Bpnwell HIGH STREET 50, Mrs Jones— Mr John Pugh Jones, London Mrs Williams.— Miss Jenkins, Llandudno Nurse Walmsley, Bangor Havelock House, Mrs Jones- Mr J E Jones and family, Livepoal Ednyfed House, Mrs Roberts— Mrs Stiachan, Miss Frow 1, Ealing Miss Bed- borough, Windsor; Miss Pouracre, Taunton Misses Bond, Orchard Portman Taunton London House, Mrs .Jones— Mr Lornes and family, Manchester Miss Wild, Timperley Mrs J 1 Goddard and family, Fenton, Stoke-on-Trent George Hotel, Mis Williams- Mr W B C Jones and Mrs Jones, Mynydd Ednyfed Mr J Williams, Bala; Mr Owen Williams, Corw»n Mr E F Steinthal, Man- chester Mrs W B Knowles, St Helens Mrs Tinker, do Mr B C Leaf, Manchester Mr A N Rober's. do B F Hampshire, Bedford PARKIAU TERRACE 2, Mrs Owen — Mrs and Misses Gregory, Miss Taylor, Misses Preedy, Exmouth STANLEY ROAD 5. Mrs Hughes— Mr and Mis Elwards, Pentir Miss Maggie Hughes, do Mrs -Lines. VVaenfawr PORTMADOC ROAD Plas Isaf, M isses Williams and Oweni,— Mr W Robson, Mrs Brougham and family, Mrs and Miss Youell RAILWAY TERRACE 7, D Evans— Messrs J H Williams and Ellis Jones, Rhyd Ddu Bron Aber, Mrs Grithth- Mr and Mrs C Walshe, family and maid, Cross- m-alrna, Ireland Rhianfa, Mrs Davies- Rev and Mrs J Miles and sons Mrs and Miss Ellis- and party Arfor Villa, Mrs Captain Jones- Miss Jenkins, Harrogae Miss Faulke, do; Mr J T Jozies, Pwllheli Cambrian House, MrsFeddis— Mr and Mrs Lawrence, Miss Cockerton, Wilms- low Mr and Mrs Green, London Plas Gwilym, Mrs R XV, illiards- Mr and Miss Wyn and Miss Round, Birmingham Dwyfor Villa, Mrs James— Mr Day
TOWYN. MARINE PARADE 1, Miss Williams- Mrs and Misses Bull, Stafford; Misses Wilsons (2), Leamington Spa Mr Bouville, Haverford- west Mr and Mra Walters, family and maids (2), Carmarthen 2, Aelydon, Mrs Lewis- Misses Millington, Manchester; Mr and Mra Crowther, Mr and Mrs H W Crowther, children and maids, West Bromwich 3, Fairfield, Mrs Jones— Mr and Mrs Gregory, New York, U S; Mr A Gregory and family, Birmingham Mr and Mrs McLerad and maid, London Mrs Davis and family, Park Dean, Ten bury, Worcester Miss Gilbourne, Birkenhead 6, Brynmair, Mrs Phillips- Mr, Mrs, and Master Round, Birmingham Rev and Mrs Munn, family and nurse. Ludlow 12, Mrs Davies— Mr and Mrs Percy Banton, Kings Heath, Bir- mingham the (2) Misses Parsons, do Mr Mrs, Master, and Miss Thursby and maid Dysynny View, Mrs Clint- Mrs Greenhow, Hunstanton Bryn Llewelyn, Mrs Wynne Ihomas- Mrs Lewis and family, Kidderminster; Mr Beddoes, Birmingham tMrs Roberts and family, Oswestry Mr and Mrs Stephens, Welshpool Bryn Alyn, Mrs Hughes- Misses Gregory, Manchester No address— Rev Jones, Llaufrothen IDRIS VILLAS 9, Mrs Allen Jones— Mr Irdale, Manchester Mrs Jones, Bettws-y- coed 13, W Abbott- Mrs F W Baynes, Miss F Abbott, Chcrlton- cum-Hardy; Miss C Abbott, Brockley, Lon- don 14, Mrs R S Hughes- Mr and Mrs E A Ross and family, Birkenhead 15, Mrs Rowlands- Mr and Mrs Warren and family, Mrs Bendall, Worcester 17, Mrs Davies- Misses Lamb, Chesterfield 21, Mr J H Lewis- Mr and Miss Kerr, Liverpool Mrs Cotterell, West Bromwich 22, Mrs W 0 Roberts— Mr, Mrs, and Masters H and P Shallcross, Leek Mrs and Miss Lewis, Corris Mro and Misa Lewis, Dinas Mawddwv 24. Mrs Jones— w Mrs Llcyd, Festiniog PIER VILLAS Rock View Mrs Parry- Mr aud Mrs Siunders and child, Newtown Misses B -rker, Clitheroe 2, Miss Jones— Mr G H Nevinson and family. Mrs W J Thomp- son and family, Leicester Mr E B Nevinson, London M ss M C Turner, Nottingham 3, Miss Morris— Mrs Moore, baby and nurse, Miss Bray, Miss Lewis, Dilwyn 4, Mrs O a-ens— Mrs and Miss Trenfield, Mrs Mann, Tewkes- bury Mr and Mrs G H Ingall and family, Moseley, Birmingham; MrGovett, Bridgwater; Mr and Mrs Goprill and family, Handswortb, Birmingham BRYNMAIR 8, Miss Owen- Rev W H and Mrs Pidgeon and family, Has- lingden Grange Vicarage WARWICK PLACE Glantywodwyn, Miss Davies- Dr and Mrs Collins, Wrington, Somerset Mr Collins, Exettr Mi and Mrs Crossbie Oates, Wallasey, Cheshire; Miss Oates, Belfast; Mr Ells, Birmingham STATION ROAD tdris House, Mrs Davies— Mr and Mrs Stokes, Mr Bond, Canterbury, Kent PLAS EDWARDS 1, Mrs Waite- Mr and Mrs Powditch and children, Cardiff; Mr and Mrs Jones, Newtown 2, Mrs Williams- Mrs and Misses Skerrat, nr Crewe Mrs King and tamily, Ludlow Mrs Greenland and baby, Newport; Miss A Gall, do; Miss Tyller, Miss Walton, Ludlow Golden Grove, Mrs Evins- Dr and Mrs Conner Cader Temperance, Mrs Evans— Mr and Mrs Griffiths and baby, Cyfinfa, Llan- fyllin Llynweris, Mrs Humphreys— Messrs Jones, Liverpool -NI Oven- Mr and Mrs Jerman, Manchester Concreet, Villa, Miss Davies- Mr and Mrs Jones Glanymor Farm, Mrs J ones- Mr and Mrs Patterson, Miss Maggie .and Master Jack PattersOD, l rOW Patterson, Hands- worth, Birmingham Misses Lloyd, Oswestry Glasfor, Miss J on Hi— Mrs Smith, baby and nurse, Miss Bridge, Bir- mingham Mrs and Master Wiliiams-Treeman, Shrewsbury Min-y-don. Mr: L Morris — Mr Hughes, Liverpool Mr, Mrs, and Miss Edwards, Sutton Coldtieid Mrs Cleland and family, Walsall; Mr and Mrs Evans and baby, Wolverhampton; Rev and Mrs Bardsley, family and maid, Manchester Traetheuraidd, Mrs Siealey — Mr Chambers and party, Fcxhills, Wolver- hampton; Mrs Di':ey and family, Woodgate, Malvern Mrs Whishow and maid, New Brighton Beaufort House, Mrs Morgan— Mrs Wi!;iamc, London Frondeg, Mrs J,mes- Miss Clarke, London
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