OLD ESTABLISHED First-class FAMILY HOTEL SHELTERED POSITION IN .?<?0 ??' FINELY WOODED PARK..??? \? .?? f .<?023? National Telephone No. 13. ??f?\? ?\ ?"? r???— .?\'?? "PwHycrochan," .??C? f? -?ELECTRIC LIGHT. CoiwynBay..??O?J ?? .?" SEPARATE TABLES ??"? ??- ?r? ?"" —— ?????. ?0" ?"MAGNIFICENT VIEWS, .??\> C???RECHERCHE CUISINE, POSTING, T ^^GOLF, TENNIS, BATHING, BILLIARDS, &c V — ^EFFICIENTLY HEATED THROUGHOUT THE GBINDELWALD OF WALES, ^C\Y .????? r?E ?o?r ?E?c/r/F?LL? 6V7'(/?rED ?"'?? ?ND D.?NrJLY E?L?F??D ?or?L ,???A,?J .=?? /N r? ?/.vc7?1/ry. ??? ? '???? Manageress: Mrs. C. A. BAiLEY .?? ?. '? GOLF, ————— ?%?)r? ?'?" ???/n— .??. ? ? ???? r?Aw/?, ?(3?9 OAKWOOD, ??\) ? \???" C?0?(/?y, C?WAY.?????? ??7?K, ?D ?0?5 r??? ,??? ?/ ? ??? ———————— 25 .?? ? ? BOATING, SHOOTING, BILLIARDS ? P? *??? BALLROOM (Floor on Springs), THEATRE ??? ?j?? ——?—?————?—?-——?.??? ?IMTEL DE LUXE 0]? CAMBRIA J HOTEL METROPOLE, ■ COLWYN BAY. Near Sea, Station, and Pavilion. Over 5° Bedrooms. Drawing and Smoke Rooms. Lounge, Billiards (2 Tables). Large sized Ballroom. Electric Light throughout. Excellent Cuisine. Near Golf Links, Week-end Assemblies, Wedding Breakfasts, Receptions, Dinners, and Bails catered for. Manageress Miss S. A. GRISDALE Telegrams—u Metropole, Coluyn Bay." National TelePhone-No, 188. fSSSS .— .r..g3B HOTEL BELLE VUE, TREFRIW SPFr. VEP.LOOEING River C<)iaway and beautiful Trcfriw Val?ley, under entirely new 0 mauagcmknt.EicctricLi!i-?,tiircu,??hout. Rct?ervedTraut itrid Sainion Fisbin, free to llc,tel vieirtoris. B'Iliard- Garage, Boa-tin, on Riv,-r (?onNvay, Go'f Linl, ba-wn Teianis et?e, Lovt-Jy Walk. Nl<)iant:ameo,In, Coa,hes ftom I.JarL?lu-(Iri(-) pass cL- ii Y. AL-io Steairibotts j iiot,-I. Telophcne: 200, l?' nr t. t e a,t Quay a w& L)ew ip liv ??.-iff.-Apply, Mun- ageress. THE TOWERS, Abbey Rd., Rhos-on-Sea, Colwyn Bay PRIVATE HOTEL, very comfortable and moderate. South aspect SPECIAL & VEGETARIAN DIET IF DESIRED. Iéir One minute from electric cars. Alight at the Tramway Depot. 2v1:RS. H. THOMAS, PROPRIETRESS. 25§2 ? INISHMORE," RHOS.ON.SEA, COLWYN ?_? uAY. bigbzclass Private Botel$Boarding establishment. TRACING SEA AND PIER. CLOSE TO ELECTRIC TRAMS TO COLWYN BAY AND £ LLANDUUXO. TERMS MODERATE. Telegrams-" I.NISEI.)IORE," Llandrillo-yn-Rhoa. Special Terms for the EISTEDDFOD WEEK. RHOS-ON-SEA TEA ROOMS. AFTERNOON TEAS A SPECIALITY. Open Sundays 3 to 5-30 p.m. BAY V I E W, Facing Promenade, Close to Pier. CORNER OF TRAMWAY AVENUE. Tourists to the North Wales Coast should not forget 11 to take a frip over the Information j par Famed Festiniog (or Toy) Railway Twelve Miles Ride along the Mountain Side | from which they will see the most enchanting Scenery in North Wales. Cheap tickets are issued at Llandudno, Coiwyn Bay, Rhyl 1 OUriStS* and other L- & N.W. Stations to Portmadoc (for Borthygest. j Criccieth Barmouth, &c., via Blaenau Festiniog & Festiniog Rly For further particulars see Company's Bills. r f I I I r BY APPOINTMENT, I A t 1 AIPK 11"alSTE-PS-0 CA.UTION. Insist on seeing the Label. ELLIS'S DRY GINGER ALE. R. ELLIS & SON, LTD. Head Office & Manufactory—RUTHIN, N. Wales. established ISS. Telegrams-" Ellis," Ruthin. Telephone No. I, Ruthin. Liverpool Offlco and Stores—23 and 25, Baker Street, West Derby Road, Tel. No..214 infield. Ltmdon Agent-IL DAVIS, 20 Maddox Street, Regent Street. Tel. Yo. 795, Mayfair. Manchester Agent?—MIDGELY'S Ltd., Chemists, St. Anne's Square. Tel. No 19:33 Central, Leeds Agents-Mes-,rs R. P. BRINDLEY and Co., Wine Merchants, Clay Pit Lane. To 1. No. 616. Bradford Agerts-Messrs W. WHITTAKEIt and Co. Ltd., The Old Brewery. Tel. No. &09. Isle of Man Agents—BUCKNALL BROS., 8 Upper Church Street, Dongas. > — — „ 5 j THE NEW BISCUIT for Holiday Use, 1 I "SULTANA CREAM" 13 Dainty Squares of Sultana Sandwich still further H sandwiched with a delicious Butter Cream. ■B JXCade solely by ■ MACFARLANE, LANG & CO., LTD. H Please order through your Grocer. HQTMVIM LADIES' TAILOR & • jliYIMlN, MANTLE MAKER. New Spring & Summer Patterns are now complete, comprising a magnificent range in all the latest b LONDON AND PARISIAN DESIGNS AND COLOURINGS. SCOTCH, IRISH & WELSH HOMESPUNS. A CHOICE RANGE OF CHEAP GOLF SUITINGS. Address- 18, LLEWELYN ROAD, COLWYN BAY. TaL. tS EST. 1898
COLWYN BAY VISITORS. PWLLYCROCHAN HOTEL. J. S. Littlewood, Esq., Resident, Mrs Little wood. do. Mis., G. M. Wright, Derby, J HaUe> Esq., London, Mrs Halle, do. Miss R. Mac. Moorland, London. Mrs Forjret and maid, Livorpooi. Lieut.Xol. Masjsy, London. Mrs Mi-sy, do. J. IJCO, EWJ., London. Mrs do. A. Raphael, Esq., do. Mrs Raphael, do. iNl?*?-8 Cliau?'?-,?ey, do. mlis P. Chau"(*y, -do. M'ms AIiec Cl 'Y' I?ond?on. ."tunck rs Belfast. M lion g, John Buckley, Esq.. London. Mrs and Miss Buck'.cv, do. R. H. Collins, Esq., London. Mrs and Mi's Collins, do. The Messrs Collins, do. A. Birch, Esq., do. Mrs Birch, do. A. W. (JoThti:, Esq., Woroet-tec, Harry CoLins. Esq., London. j Ellis Collins. Esq., London. Mrs Barr, London. Miss Woodman, do. S. Butier, Ejq., Wolverhampton. Mrs Butler, do. Mrs Charrington, London^ Charrington, do. Mrs Tanner, do. Mrs Whitehead, do.' C. V. Sale, Esq., and ahaffour, do. Mrs Sale and maid, nurse and child, do. The M'sses Sale, do. Miss Brown, do. Master Walter Sale, do. J. B. Taylor, Esq., New York City. Mr.?; Tay' i.O r, d?). Miss Graham, Mobberley. Miss K. V. Bamum, New York. Mrs A .S. Swan, do. J, Barden, E,sq., IIudder-field. Miss Caanpteli, Chester. Rev. A. W. Macka.y, Manchester. W.M. Hertz, Esq., Bowdon- S. Marriott, Esq., Disley, Mrs Marriott, do. Mrs Eta,/ruorth, Cheltenham, W. R. Birch. Esq., London. H. Bromet, Esq., Tade-aster. Miss Bromet, do. Master Bromet, do. Mrs Armstrang1 Roberts and party, London. W. Bi-u. foi-d, Eskl., Wol-N-erhamptoil. Mrs Bruford, do. E. Milnes, Esq., Bury. J. Macpherson, Esq., London. Mrs Maepheraon, do. Miss Wright, do. Dr. Bankes, do. K. Den I-ex, Esq., Netherlands. Mrs Deu Lex. do. L. Gilbert son, London. Mrs Armstrong Roberts and maid, do. The Hon. Arthur Somerset and valet, do. The Hon. Mrs Somerset and maid, do. Miss Blanche Somerset amd nurse, do. Mrs -Alg'er and maid, DAtroit. C. Pike, Esq., Lake Forest. Mrs Pike. do. F. G. Mather, Esq., Cheadlc. Mrs Mather, do. The Rev. F. Mather, do. C. P. Mather, Esq., do. A. Coall, Esq.. Kingstown. C. V. Birch, Esq., Bedford. F. Nauheim, Esq., Loudon. Mrs Nauheiin, dt>. R. Nauheim, do. C. Nauheim, do. H. Morgenthan, Esq., New York City. Mrs Morgenthan and maid, do. H. Morgentihan, Esq., do. Miss Ruth MoxgenthaTi, do. J. W. Jones, Esq., Manchester, W. landless, F., Cohia Mrs Landless, do. Miss Withington, do. I H. Bainbridyc, Esq., Wargrave-on-TTiamca. Mrs Bainbridgie, do. R. Kerzfeld, Esq., R. Ivorzfeld, Esq., I.,orllon, Mrs Kerzfeld, do. A. Ix?ivisolm, Esq., do. A. Kiretein. Esq., Hamburg. Mrs Kirstein, do. R. Chambers, Eisq., Fishguard., Miss Chambers, do. T. E. Tatton, Esq., Northenden. Miss Tatton and maid, do. Miss Tuxford, Norwich. I The Rev. Canon Girdleatone, Wimbledon. Mrs Girdlestone, do Mrs Lacy Rogers and party, London. F. Brierley, Esq., Ashbourne. H. S. Watson, Esq., Scarborough. Mrs Watson, child an,f nurse, do. J J. F. Wilson, Esq., Liverpool. H. W. Andrews, Esq., and. party, London. Clement Lowe, Esq., KnutsfordL HOTEL METROPOLE B. L. Mason, Esq., Manchester, Miss Chadwick, do. 1- H. M. Bourne, Liverpool.. MTVJ GunneJI, Dublin. C. Vivian, do. C. L. Vivian, do. Master Gunneii and nurse, do, Mrs Brickhill, Manchester. A. W. Matthers, do, J. Platt, London. Mrs Piatt, do. Master Platt, do. C. B. Parks, Manchester. Miss Terenden, Ixwidon. 'Nf' t; '? Nlo.'ngton, do. i Miss Humphry, do. J. Pern barton, do. J. R. Kelly, Chester. Oswa Id Le. do. Mrs Lees, do. Miss Lees, do. B. Leahmann, London., J. Tymmis. do. L. Stepheni-on, do. J. Wright, do. J. Jeffreys, Manchester. Mrs and Miss Jetffreys, do R. T. Ban-u-, Kent. Miss Bagnall, do. B. L. Mason, Manchester. Mrs Gocdridge Heard, LiverpooL M rs Butcher, Livernool. I Dr. Shaw, Edinburgh. Mrs Shaw, do. B. Deaville, Esq., Nottingham, Mrs Deaville, do. m: ,ss E. Chee.-eman. Efiq., Barsley. Mrs Cheeseman, do. M1; Gwennie Cheesemanv Ho. H. C. Fleischer, Erq., Johannesburg Mm and Fleischer, do. Master Fleischer, do. H. Sacks, Esq., London. J. Jeffrey, Esq., Manchester. Mrs Jeffrey, do. Misa Jeffrey, do. R. T. BagnaU, Kent. Miss Bagrvl], do. J. Lomas, Etsq., London. Dr. Andereon, Armadae. J. Amderson (junr.), do. J. Greenwood, Esq\J South-port. J. Shoups, London. Mnior Sparrow, do. Mrs Sparrow, do. C. P. Watson, do. Miras D. Buttle. Chester. Miss M. Buttle, do. L. Monk, EFq., Manchester, Mrs and Miss Monk, do. COLWYN BAY HOTEL. W- Whitehead, Esq., Manchester. J. C- Eccles, Esq., Soufchport. E. Rycroft, Esq., Barnaley. J. W. Bowlcer, Eq., Manchester, E. T. Moore, Esq., Sheffield, Miss Jones, do. Bradden, Esq., Mrs Bradden, child and nurse, Sandbach. Biiton Brook, Esq., IIuddersfieLd. Mrs Brook, do. Mi. Brcwk and nurse, do. | F. Williamson, Esq., and Mrs William- son, Longton. G. Greatbatch, Esq., Stoke. Mrs Greatbatch, do. J. P. Bedell, Esq., Bowdott, Mrs Bedell, do. M iss Weed, Worcester. j J. E. Wiltson, Esq., Handsworth Wood. V. S. Wood, Esq., Manchester. F. Eastham, Esq., do. B. S'ankey, Esq., and Mrs Sankcy, do. J. R. Wilson, E-,?, Knowlo. Vi7 Woods, Esq., Mrs and Miss Woods, do. W. T. Woods, Esq., do. D. Macdonald, Esq., London. E. Parry, Esq., Warrington. J. Powell, Esq., Worcester. Mrs Powell, do. P. Gransberg, Esq., Rotterdam. D. Levy, Esq., and Mrs Levy, London. F. D. Levy, Esq., do. S. H. Lowry, Esq., Belfast. H. Cross, Eeq., Burwarton. S. Griffiths, Esq., Northwich. Dr. W. R. Borrd and chauffeur, U.S.A. Mrs Franklin Walter and maid, Phila- d-elphia. Hall, Esq., and Mrs Hall, London. A. Pearson, Esq., U.S.A. Mrs Pearson, do. Miss Pearson, do. Mrs John Brooke, do. P. A. S. Phillips, Esq., and chauffeur, Lordon. Mr. Philips, do. Misses Phillips, do. Master Phillips, do. Miss Smith, do.. H. D. Gransberg, Esq., and Mrs Grans- berg, Rotterdam. J. Mannion, Esq., and Mrs Mannion, Ireland. Stothart, Esq., Atherton. Mrs and Master Max Stothart and nur&c, do. J. Bramall, Esq., and Mrs Bramall, Old- ham. Mrs Maylor, Chester. Mrs and Master Shelton, Wolverhamp- ton. J. King, Esq., Stourbridge. Colonel Nayler, Sedgeley. Miss Higgins and maid, London. Heber Percy, Esq., and chauffeur, Salop. Mrs Heber Percy and maid, do. G. Rumnev, Esq., and Mrs Rumnev, Birkdale. W. Maltbv, Esq., Mansfield. Miss Wills, do. E. Hollingsvwrth, Esq., Dobcross. J. V. Hopkins, Esq., Wellingboro'. F. Hutton, Esq., ana Mrs Hutton, New York City. Manton, Esq., Birmingham. HOTEL ROTHESAY. Dr. Joseph O'Bovyers, Tipperary. Mm ODevyiers, do. Masters O'Devyers (2), do. Mrs Judd, A&hton-under-Lyne. Misses Judd (2). do. Dr. Judd, do. M n Macdonald, London. K. Macdonald, Esq., do. F. Baxten, Esq., do. —. Lexon, Esci., do. C. Lemmctns, Esq., do. Mr and Mrs Cook, do. Lady Reggie Cook, do. Mr amd Mrs Martin, do. The Masters Martin (2), do. — Jessop, Esq., dQ. Jenkinson, Esq., do. — Rechters, Esq., Manchester. — Holtham, Esq., London. Mr and Mrs Adams, Goldaiming, Tho Misses Adams, do. Mi<;3 Parun, Manchester. -s (""Iarnell. I r %rid M. Mr and Mrs White man, baby and maid, do. M'iss ^Tiiteman and maid, do. Miss Floyd, Birmingham. Mr ajid Mrs Coppleton, London* Mrs Miller, Woking. Misses Miller (3), do. D. Hamilton. Esq., london, Miss Hamilton, do. r f Mrs Jolinson, Urmston. E. Johnson, Esq., do. M. Johnson, Esq., do. Miss Johnson, do. — Andrews, Esq., Winsford, Cheshire. Mr and Mn, Andrews, do. —. Wakh. Esq., Cheshire. Walsh, do. — Chum.sidc, Esq., Crewe. Tho Metssrs Cadwell (3), London, Mfesos Smith, Manchester. Mr and Mrs Kirktaam, tondon. Masteris Kirkham (3), do. Mr and Mrs France, Liscard, Cheshire. Misses France (3), do. Messrs France (2). do. Mr and Mrr. Morris, South Africa.. B. Muller, Esq., Ixmdon. Mrs and Miss Andrews, Bolton, The Messrs Hurst. (2), do. Mr and; Mrs Vick, Daventry. Mr and Mrs Bradley, Leeds. — Lothengeisscr, Esq., Manchester. Mr and Ma.rston, Wilknhal1. Marstan, Esq., junr., do. A Hat ton, Esq., Liverpool. Mrs and Miss Riohard~on., Birmingham, Norman Richardson, Esc)., do. Mr Orr, Dublin. Orr, Esq., do. The Misses Orr, do. Whalley, Esq., Manchester, The Misses Whalley, do. Mr and Mrs Booth, Rock Ferry. M i<« and M.'i'or Booth, do. I G. W. Corbeti, Esq., and party (5), Wel- lington, Sa,l">;). Miss Dixon a'<!( friends, Shrews bury. Mrs a>nd Master Parks, Walsall. Tho Misses Parks, do. Mr and Mrs O. Sullivan, Dublin. Mrs and Miss Hampson Simpson, A cocks Ferry. LOCKYERS' PRIVATE HOTEL. Mrs Wagner, Manchester. Miss Taylor, Manchester. MIPS L. Taylor, do. Donaldson, Esq., Higher Broughton. Mrs Donaldson, do. Miss Donaldson, do. Master Donaldson, do. Miss Kayo, Huddersfield. J. F. lidwbury, Esq., Wrexham. Hirst, Esq., Huddersfkld. Mrs and Misses Hirst, do. Mrs Bubb, Dudley. W. Boutall, Esq., London. Mrs Boutall. do. Miss BoutiuL do. Misses Morris, Dublin* Cor -xl., -e,.v E, ,o,llev. do, M,m C Mt:?ei Wlev, do. Ma&t?(-r C"Il?y, do. Palmer, Esq., do. Mrs Palmer, do. Mrs and Master Proctor, Worcester. Cooper, Esq., London. Mrs Cooper, -do. Miss Solomon, do. Miss Samuel, do. Jacob, Esq., Dublin, Mrs Jaoob, do. Mrs Mos5, loridon. Miss Moss. do. Fitchell, Esq., Birmingham* Mrs Fitchell, do. ROSSHARBOUR. Mr and Mrs Tamworth, family and maid, Moseley, Birmingham. Mr and Mrs Worthington, Birmingham. z;1 Master Worthington, do. Mr and Mrs Steavenson, do. Miss Steavonson, do. Mrs and Miss Wilson, Stoke-on-Trent, Mrs Faulkner, do. Mr Selly.bcy, MA., University School, Southport. Master hevin, do. Master Hoppie, do. Master Holt, do. Mr Hughes, Menai Bridge, Mr Mixin, Germany. Mrs Cronson, Birmingham. Mrs and Miss Yates, Newbon-le-Willows. "INISHMOnE," Mr and Mrs Lett, Birmingham, Misses Letts, do. F. Setts, Esq., do. Mr and Mrs Shaald, Edinburgh* Misses Shand. do. Miss Farrar, Manchester. E. Farrar, Esq., do. Miss Bunting, do. Miss Coe, Stokc-on-Trcnt. Miss Combe, do. Mr and Mrs Conbery, Manchester. Mr and Mrs Warrington, Newmills. Miss Warrington, do. — Robinson, Esq., do. Mr and Mrs Gilmore, Belfast. Mr and Mrs FindJay, Loudon. L. Findlay, Esq., 4o. Miss Wing, London. 1 Miss Whitehead, do. Mr and Mrs Parsons, Stafford. BALMORAL PRIVATE HOTEL. F. N. Cross, Esq., Liverpool, Mrs and Misa Cross, do. Miss Leigh, do.' N. Cross, Esq., do. Noel Cropi-, F-sq., do. If. Dawson, Esq., do. Miss Dawson, do. Fox, Esq., London. Mrs and Miss Fox, do. H. Fox, Esq., london. Mns and Miss Fox, do. Bennett, Esq., London. Mrs Bennett, do. P. Stookdale, Foq., LiverpooL N. Dean, Esq., Liverpool. Miss Glarke, London. i Miseea H ug LiverpooL Caase, Esq., London. Miss Caaee, do. F. E. Caimell, Esq., amd\ friend, Manchester Rammagie, Esq., do. Mrs and Miss Ram mage, do, Hart, Esq., London. Miss Hart, do. t Hodgkins, Wolverhampton. Mrs Hodgkins, do. I C. Stockdlale Esq. ILiverpool. j Burroughs, Esq., do. I. NORTHFIELD, Prince's Drive. Mrs and Misses Woirmell, Blackley. Rev. C. E. Wormed, do. J. D. Harz, Esq., do. J. H. Brcdie, Esq., Higher Broughton. Mns and Misses Brodie, do. Mr Allan Brodie, do. Mrs and Miss Zcta Lord, Reading.
RHOS-ON-SEA. ST WINIFRED'S PRIVATE HOTEL. Mrs Perrin, London, Canada. Mr and Mrs Batoheldor, Bkmd^lsiands. Miss Batcheldor, Blundclisands. Rev. A. H. and Mrs Lanfear, Wolverhamp- ton. Miss Jordan, Kidderminster. Alias Coombe, do. Messrs Weaver, Buxton. Mrs Webster, Birkdale. Miss Walters, do. Miss Burkitt, Bishop Auckland. Mrs Cheyney, Harrogate. Mrs Hill, Wolverhampton. Miss Wilson, do. Mr?; nd Mr., Crczicr, Stitt-on Cobdfield. misse-3 C,-ozi '?r, do. m rs a,-i(i Miss Blak< T?-eds. m -iss W"Lharri, Teicester. 1,, F,-yer, Harflon-le-NA7.ear. Air, =<I Mr J. B. Fryer,do. Mr and Mrs Saddler, Sutton, Coldfield., Mr P. Saddler, do. Mr, Mr" and fis3 Pearson, Southport. Miss Cooke, do. Dr. A. K. TrAilI, Cheltenham. Mr Mowat Wilson, do. RoOv. G. A. Arinerlev, West Smdhwàck. Misses Aunerley, West Smetliwiek. Mk-s Roberts, Manchester. Dr. and Mrs Wm. Jones, Manchester, Messrs Williams Jones, do. M¿""3 Holt,. Bishop Auckland. Mrs and Miss Longdon, Southport. Mrs Walker, Bradford. Dr. Walker, do. Mr and Mrs Halliday, Sale, Misses Halliday, do. Mr and Mrs Varcoe, Folkestone. Misses Varcoe, do. Mrs Gibson, CrumpsaJl, Miss Stead, do. Mrs and Misses Shaw, Le-ek-. Miss Notcutt, Leamington. Miss Linday, Nottingham. Mrs and Miss Turley. Mrs Hoylc, Ashton-on-Mersey. Mrs and^Miss Blackburn, Southport, Mr and Mrs Eyland, Walsall. Mrs Farriugdon, do. Mr and Mrs Farnival, Stone. Mr and Mrs J. B. Wood, Manchester. Mr and Mrs SilLto, Tun .stall. Misses Sillito, do. SIBBERSCOTE, Everard Road. W. Foreman, Esq., Ealing, lJÛndon. Mrs and Miss Foreman, do. Mrs Fox, children and nurse, Derby. F. Basfordy Esq., do.
OLD COLWYN. QUEEN'S HOTEL Win. Grant, Esq., Burslem. M rand Mrs Green, do. Mrs Barnes, London. ,ijid Mr.9 Ilro%vn ?NI r Birir?gham. Mr andi Mrs Reynolds, Birkenhead. Wm. Prinpo, Esq., Darlington. Mr Williams, Stoke-on-Trent. I). Tongue, Esq., Dingle Priory, Liverpool. A. Chew, Esq., Ilanley. Mr and Mrs Rogers, Leeds. Mr amd Mrs Broadbent, Bolton. Mrs Garnet, Southport. Mr Garnet, do. Mr D. Garnet, do. Mr Hill, Buxton. Mr Stone, Wakefield. Mr Cropper, Ruthin. Horaoa Haselden, Esq., Rhyl. Mr andi Miss BM«-f?erfey, Ne?m.stle, Staffs. Mr and Mrs Ila-mmond, murse and ohil- dren (2), do.
| CONWAY. OAKWOOD PARK HOTEL. R. Watt, E-q., Knutsford. Mrs Watt, do. J. Rutherford, Esq., Waltham. Mrs Rutlierford, do. G. Rutherford, Esq., do. R. Rutherford, Pisq., do. E. Rutherford, Esq., do. Miss Morling, London. II. Green, Esq., Cheshunt. H. O. Bishop, Esq., Norbury, Mrg Bishop, do. G. Monro, Esq., London. Mrs and Miss Monro, do. Grind ley, Esq., do. G. Colarii, E-q., do. Mrs Colajri, do. D r. do. ,\4rs R4)s-7cr, do. I H. BarUett, Esq., do. Mrs and Miss BariJeit, do. Miss Couch, do. A. Saindbury, Esq., do. Mrs Sairusbury, do. F. H. Fa well, Esq., do. F. Lund, Esq., do V. Perry, Esq., Penarth, Mrs Perry, do. A. Spyer, Esq., Penarth. Mrs Spyer and maid, do. S. Macaskie, Esq., do. W. Taylor, Esq., Shaw. 1 -ayl<)x, do. '\11)3 T W. Trchearne, Esq., London. W. Harris. Esq., do. Mrs Harris, do. E. Dando, Etsq., Dudley. H. Dando, Esq., do. J. Vernon, Esq., do. A. Simpson, Esq., Durham. Mrs Simpson, do. Miss M. Eraser, London. f Miss H. Eraser, do. W. Waymont, Esq., do. Mrs Waymont, do. J. Tuil, Esq., do. Mrs and Missas Tufll, do. R. Fox, E-q., Woodford. Mrs Fox, do. Dr. R. Sommerville, Leek. F. Adams, Esq., do. C. Lowe, Esq., Oldham, R. lowo, Esq., do. Mrs Lowe, do. G. Lamb, Esq., New York. Mrts Lamb, do. D. Lamb, Esq. -do. Miss G. Howe, do. H. Tremaine, Jiscr., and valet, do. G. Peppi, Esq., Welshpool. R. Peppi, Esq., do. B. Peppi, Esq., do. L. Ilat-rio, Esq., Br.mtford, Canada. Mrs and Misis Harris, do. Miss Blackmore, do. Mrs and Miss Jeans, London. I N. Parry. Esq., do. F. Parry, Esq., do. Misw Parry, London. R MeArdle, Esq., Dundalk. Mrs McArdle, do. Mrs Travers-Smith, Dublin, Miss Dowden, do. Dr. Gallie, London. Mrs Gallie, do. Miss Gallie, do. R. Lewis, Esq., do. Mrs and Miss 1,(,wi,,i, and ma,id, do. F. Lewis, Esq., Brighton. II. Lewis, Esq., do. i Co!. London. Mrs Newbiggin, do. Mrs D. W. W. Parry, West Didsbury. ■ Muss Parry, do. Miss H. Parry, do. F. C. Wren, Esq., do. H. B. Wren, E;q., do. Mrs Davidson, London. Miss Smith, do. D. F. Worger. Esq., Forest Hill. Mrs Worger, do. C. Lindo, Er-q., London. Mrs Li.ndo, do. A. Drummond, Esq., do. F. Butler, Esq., Bray. Mns and Miles Butler, do. Miss C. Butler, do. H. R. Fargnis, Esq., London. Mrs Fargus, do. Misses E. and N. Fargns, do. R. Sargood, Esq., do. Mrs Sargood, do. R. Sargood, Esq., junr., do. M,c, H. Sargood, do. ,R. Sar,-ooct 31?"- tnd maid, do. m Mrs Lennox, Liverpool. B. King., Esq., Kendai, Mrs JKimg. do. Mis3 King, do. A. Newton, Esq., London. Mrs Newton, do. F. Coffee, Esq., do. Miss Coffee, do- E. Heoht, Esq., do. Mrs Hecht, do. G. Ilectit, do. Mii-s&i R., E., and F. Ilecht, do. Master Hecht and inauL do. Mrs Francis Black, London. Miss Black, do. Captain Biaok, do. F. GrenvilJe-Witliams, Esq., do. Mrs Greville-Williams, do. Miss Goldingham, New Zealand. C. Thompson, Esq., London. Dr. Watson, Bray. Mrs and Miss Watson and maid, do. G. Chalmers, Esq.. London. Mrs Chalmers, do. R. Gent, Esq., do. C. Brown, Esq., do. Mrs Brown, do.
COLWYN BAY MAN lAIt- RIED AT KING'S NOKTON. DICKEN--POWELL. In the quaint old Parish Church of King's Norton, Mr Frank Frederick Dickon, eldest son of Mr Jos. Dicken, J.P., Colwyn Bay, was on Monday married to Mists Louie Powell, fifth daughter of Mr Alfred Powell, of West Broni- wich and Brighton. The service was fully choral, a recital being given as the organ during the assembly of the bridal party and guests. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. C. P. N. Rowland, of Sutton, a former curate at King's Norton. The first hymn was "The Voice that Breathed O'er Eden," and the scrvioe concluded with "0, per- fect Love." The bride, given away by her mother, wore a becoming dress of duchesae satin, with an over- dross of draped ninon-de-soie, trimmed with old blonde lace, with pearl and siiver embroidery. The draping was caught up with orange blossom and silver roses. She also wore a tulle veil, with over-wreath of real orange hlossoms. Tho only ornament worn was a gold and turquoise bracelet, the gift of the bridegroom. The bride was accompanied by two bridesmaids, LIL&3 Gertrude G. Powell (her sister) and! Miss Gladys Dicken (only sister of the bridegroom). Little Miss Joan Beech (niece of the bride) acted w5 cushion bearer, while Masters Basil and Kenneth Boeoh, the bride's nephews, attended as pages. The brideismaids wore gowns of mauve cr-ope de ohene over white silk, gathered on cords at the waists and caught into deep satin bands at the knees. The square low necks and short under- sleevew of the gowns were of Tambour lace, em- broidered with silver. They wore black picture hats lined with black satin with large Tambour laoe bows. French grey shoes, completed their toilettes. Tho bridesmaids carried bouquets of shaded sweet peas, and wore gold and or. am el ■bracelets, the gifts of the bridegroom. Little Joan Beech wore white French muslin with real Valenciennes laoe, embroidered muslin hat with mauve ribbons, and she wore a odd and pearl ring, the gift of the bridegroom. The pages were dressed in white naval cadet suits. Mrs J. A. Dioken, the bridegroom's mother, was at- tired in old rose face cloth, braided and tTimmed with cream lace; a ooatco of Oteilm lace, and black hat brimmed with shaded feathers. She carried a bouquet of shaded iswoet peas. Mr Bert Dicken, brother o'f the bridegroom, was the fce-t man. At the olese of the service the organist played Mendelssohn's "Wedding Maj-ch. Prior to and after the wedding the old bells rang out nic-i-,ry pealis. The bridal party and guests subsequently drove to Lynd- hurst, Brandwood End, King's Heath, where Mr and Mrs Arthur Remington, brother-in-law and sister of the bride, held a reception, which was attended by nearly eighty guests. Later Lohe happy oouiple left for their honeymoon in the Lake District. The bride's going away oos- tume consisted of grey Shantung, braided with black: grey lace bouse, with touches of Nattir blue; large black Tagel picture hat, trimmed with ostrich feathers; underlined with a band of Nat- tier blue satin; and a black satin iscarf lined with white. THE PRESENTS included the following:—Bridegroom to bride, gcukl and turquoise bracelet; bride to bridegroom, gold ring; father of the bride, cheque f'td f-ars: ftitlhor -and mother of tho] hrioogroom, cheque and oil-paintings; Mr and Mrs Arthur Reming- ton, case of fish knives, forks and servers; Mr and Mrs W. Oakley D&vies, silver tea tray; Mr and Mrs Edmund Beech, case of fruit knaves and forkts; Miss G. G. Poweil, copper preserving kettle Mr S. G. Powell, silver flower vases; Miss G. Dicken, water-colour paintingsj Mr B. Dicken, silver salver; Mr and Mrs J. Dicken, silver toast rack and fruit Epoons; M.rs F. Dicken, silver sardine dish; Mr and Mrs Barnsi'ey, silver egg cruet; Masters Basil and Kenneth Bcech, silver .pr--W.rve spoonts; Miss John Beech, satin knteelmg cushion Mr and Mrs A. C. Kellett and family, silver preserve spoons; Mr W. T. Close, case of silver tea ispoon6 and sugar tongs; Mr and Mrs Harold Austin, tray o'.oths; Mr and Mrs Major, silver egg cruet: Mr Mark Rutherford, pictures; Mr and Mrs F. Remington, silver photo frame; Mr N. Ounsworth, silver coffee pot; the Mistses Dale, water-coJour painting; Mies Love, silver book marker; Mr and Mrs Bevan, siiver spirit kettle; Miss Primror-e English, silver and marble match and ash trays; Mr H. Tomkinson, oak dining-room clock; Mies Grisedaie, housemaid's box; Mrs and Miss Mountford, china plate; Mess Wash, Royal Worcester vase; Mr E. W. Blunting, pair of silver mustard pots; Mr and Mns Sorby, case of carveus; Mrs Hewitt, silver knife rests; Mr C. W. Grey, AxmUlster carpet; Mr A. Nayler, carpet; Mr H. iami, brass curbe suite; Mr L. Bibb, copper suite: Mr Me- Kinley, case of pipes; Mr Payne Webb, china jardiniere; Mr G. Da vies, tea eerviee; Mr L. Grim wade, toilet set; Mr North, inlaid table; Mr Summortield, copper crumb scoop; Miss Crowson, copy of Byron's poems; Mr F. Dicken's chunits, case of cutlery; Mm A. Powell, hand- made laoe flonyers; Mr and Mrs W. Jones, silver i -o of silver ser- to,a,.t rack; M'ss L Buckley, ea, I viette rings; Mr and Mrjs Arthur Powell, silver revolving cruet; Mr W. Adkins, kitchen uten- sils; Mrs and the Misses Cadvan Jones, siiver mounted salt and pe-ppef castors; Mr and Mrs Burden, steel engraving; MI and Mr Jones, pewter vase; Mr S. Beech, silver pepper castors; Mrs Birtles and family, water-colour painting; MT¡ Port, silver-mounted knife rests; Mr and Mrs Pennington, case of silver tea knives; Mr L. Major, silver brushes; Mr and Mrs Kay, silver pot pourri dish; Mr and Mrs Doughty Davies, silver hot-water jug; Mrs. Lane, bifKu.it, jar j Mr and Mrs Hartley, rose bowl; Miss Poppie Rossi, embroidere,d isheet and pillow shams- Mr H. Bell, embroidered bed spread; Mr and Mns Homer, pair of silver candlesticks; em- ployees of Dickon and Sons, silver tea snet; maid at "Lyndhurst," mincing machine; maids at "Peterbrook," silver sardine forks; maid at "Hazeldene," d'oyleys; employees of Mr A. Remington, pair of brat-s candlesticks.
ALLEGED ATTEMPTED SUICIDE AT OLD COLWYN NORWICH MAN BEFORE THFI CONWAY BENCH. On the 5th ilist a police ofSo-cr was sum- moned to the Cadogan Stores, Old Coiwyn, where he found a man, who appeared to be suffering from severe injuries to the throat. The man gave the name of Henry Bell Cooke, of Norwich, and said he was a coach driver. He was conveyed, in charge of P.C. Holgate and P.C. Williams, Penmaen, to the Conway Workhouse Infirmary, where he has been confined under the care of the Union medical officer (Dr. R. Arthur Prichard) for some weeks. It now transpired that Cooke eom-CB of a good family, being the son of a rector in the neighbourhood of Norwich. The man was sufficiently recovered to ap- pear before Mr Owen Rowland at a special police court held at Conway on Saturday morning. Deputy Chief Constable Rees stated the accused was charged with having attempted to commit suicide, but he would not trouble the Bench with any details, as Colonel Prior, the family's solicitor, who was present, had made arrangements by which the accused would be properly looked after henceforth, and for the payment of all the expenses in- curred. Under such circumstances he would content himself by asking the Bench to allow the cust-omary costs. Colonel Prior stated that the family were willing to pay all the expenses, and that arrangements had been made with the accused's oonsent, for him to go to a home. He added that he wished to thank Dr. R. Arthur Prichard and the police for their great kindness to the accused during his stay at the Conway Union Infirmary. The Beach acceded to the Deputy Chief Constable request.
NEW PARISH HALL FOB PENMAENMAWR. LAYING THE FOUNDATION STONE. ADDRESS BY THE BISHOP OF BANGOS. mev -,I prov-,dillg -L ne-71?t %Ah the object of I iar?s.? liali for Pe,n,iiiaen-niitwr, v,,hi(?h in for i:.K)ri-t<) mcintlis Fast, c-arne -v, when the foll?' head on Satur, 1-i 110 tl<)A st<)no was la.,d. Siiiek? the sohar, initiated sub,,G-rl'ptiG-iis t*>th-elyti?lding b--?en COTI]in-g in .n a vei?N,, a,?-iiong thri la.,?t rcc,?--?vcd bk-m?,,? one cl -pl"c, fro'O an anonymous &r.<)r. s, 'I'he st-- for t'lie new li,all is on t'he -Vic-2' i gm-v.n-d, beti?-,Peil (?orLNA-.ty-ro;td %Ti?d -?t jar chuxf-?l?, adi. the building will oonsis I cla,ss-rK)om and Eirl-,t?lle,r r,ims on the flgor, t-l-,c- eiitran,?-- bo -vi-liicli -iB face road'. Over the -,Tnall4r?r r?cor?is and, -o d,*Y,.ec,,tion of St-. ,i-ii! b a lar, t 'h ? 3 ace to sc?,t belv,7Qen 32) and 350 p2rson;s, thc,,er'?" bo tl?.e ul),r rooiti to be at St. S-eirig, of t.'h,c- hali. A 1-orl,?f,21t want'r.-lil b(,- supPlIc thc, The foiiuda,ion s!Ai3?-- ivas IL, 'd by !)L'3,vioo liams, wife of the Bislior) e.f BangDr. 0011' to thv,- cc-wrony an ser-?ce dlacted at St. Seiriol's Chureh by Rev. Gr"ffth Ma-tllf-ws, tli,re was An-irigst tl-,os-- I)re&nt of ]3an,or, Oan-on l?d,waxds ch;ap',LLI,n,), Revs. T. D. Jon, and W. IZ- l?a-iii,i (curat-?s of Pemma,nmawr), Can<)ri c Cai,?en Alithaffy, I)ublin; 1?--vs. J. Ua-iilt-ylel,ynin; Le-,Y-.s Jenkins, LlwnL-?er;s; Luffnley, Lien4d'u 'd,,idT'O; -(17io; Jones, I?lai? W. '?lai-nes, Bedford; IL P. lli--ookc?, NN M.r S. R,. W'IL-aais, lay-r(?acler, Harlec-?, a. <)th,er.,?. The htrnnc, si-,ug r?,clude4d "T,"YfO',Irldae d?C'M Come,, 0 i?lod," "The Church's ()110 j?duve t,i<)n," and t NY(,Lsh hymi.?, "iAIae E-,?',wY i.i*wk'r dda,r a,'r nef yn, ui. kf ter th4c? prec--ded by the t the cli<)i?- in heir surp.L-,ce?s, I-),rc,(Y--eded to of ?Lho nenv L?uildin,?. lleq-4?l, the fc,aldat'oo st?one, whlc-.h bor,- tha of was la,;d by Mrs Williams, of the is""P 9 d Ban,or, Aiig-ast 20tb, 191,0," 'elf: chains. Alrs W'11*ams, using a trow I I whic-d-, was pre,erif,,d to her, the, mort? f tbe" a,-id pronoii.Tjc--od? tba wdrds, "Iii the na-e,, Father, the Sop, and the Holy Ghost, w.bi,ch tJ-oo hug. st4ono was 14aweiod i to P.C?- ?'ll 'T I-,NCItE-,iSl?N'G ACMVITIES oF PIIIF,?STS. TI?e Bi.h? op til,?n Wd z, sa;,d, -,it the o-ut,?--t "t the siplation build,,ng taught them a A-e 'v,' iureli, aji,,I, b?low, tho LaLl,din-. ,lle cn si6mifi4E?,,i to thaiii ivork- d an a,n?? worz?dl'p -%vas I k- Th I -dgher than Nyor up to i.ho Chure.ii, aii-d in all rever43D,?e liu?nillity bonved down before T,IIC f the st" of God, amd ii,k-ed lli?m to give the,lyl they, hx?a;'th and str4or.,gtii to do Hii "Vill. Th,3r, came (!-own vaS to to th-- t lyt-.Jlllng, which tho hoine of C,hr-?sti;un N%??rk. TI?ey k-nelw ,'ti,ow Iiany, aud ho?v the arsb ties which clustered round life of tb'C P to priest, atici? how dlll gently the a.-ciici-es IllId?rO, L-,e tit *t, to meet th,& nc,4s %s they arose. ,ij t,h.y 'hoped, a b 'lclii- which -'Vou LLL Ieniell be a oonvenieiif, home for all tdiose c, N- Here, they hci)c-.d, people vo-ala co-nic W Intl to aJ]y cnoourige uul stron.-th??-n Gne, ter- lead a Ohri-,t,,?an Life amd serve their Hez,.e, th,-y lcped' the rn'Lssic?,i-arv i-elurn- bis- land- coni.?-, =d tell a ?-,?IlIP3 U I "Vor in,- and thamkf?ui a,u-dienceof i;iif, wond,,l-?ll they bc,??i GQ.ti hadi do,-io bv his flere, 0 C pllri,.y the varous for g.uar?cl-?n- tll f,lio, ma, -Tih-ood, fo had it r mising ihu.. IV fulfil tb fo.r tt?aebimg rxlrents to mc-re fti,. 'ariou.4 ivould mc-at. All these age?n4ejeS Walli,cl make the buildi.,i- their boo' and all -,vorl,,ers nimt tii--rc mconcla"le io oouiie?-i, iiiufuallv Lelping <)nc, another.. 'Y'et tj)o %vork, thi--v Ni-?waid not foTgc2?t to worsh!P a"' wi, Iloqi.% ab?ve, azd, ieceive from God?, that bO do,ni and love, in %v,cb a.11 trtie vorlc c' .a (lone. 114c,re, they b-o???, all -%vlio loved tl'i" P of Christ, would meet to.-eflier 3'n social cour,?e, andi jgin in bro-Cneriv love. He cl)' 'a latc,d 6c, ste,,v Vic,.ar tha;t G?kl'had ,D bl-'e .for' that h<, had, been, a.6'. to itiake this move ro ward. lie called -?(? t,i b-ijd' nlind- those depa?r ljfo who had e,<)Ilo to hu' Id up Christ-la,ll 3 in that pa-rish-the late. Vi!car of the r?ari'al, ?11,3 h?s bclieved tilBT and, heart, and soul?., with t.'hr-:rri that di Y bles-, lie hop 40 .t G*d t. give grade t Vicar to foll-ow the e-xamid?o cii h'?", P ,so that -v,?'hen his day also was one Wto r,b<)uld txi signs of -,vbat God 1-ia?4d c a 140? bo do. Of to Mr KiiE,shaw, J.P., mov&J a he?ar?Y Vo t'hank3 to Mrs Wili ',itns for lavimg the fO'o f4e tion s-tone., and to t,h, Bi--b<)T) !or attendin,051 reniai-li?,?,ct uroii the interest -which '?%l rs Vvillj .I took in cdiur6hwork in the dio-e-sc, but I loved her for herzelf. Th--v were tru y to Mrs William. and li-e great P-agufo pre-qentin.g her with the ti-oivel. aFil- Mr Kne-et,-haw then over to Mrs ",b, lia,nis tjie bcauliiul little silver tmnvel wi w3?L-,?h she had, perforl-ned the ef-,ren-pony Mr H. W. Jones, cne of the el Iit se,conded, an<l i?eferr<xl to the great b"'e-,If* which must accruc-. from the new ha,ii, Mom pecio,fly t.<) the of the par, to -ooric the tylillaing Nvflul4 be NNit]3 o- a rcitrioinbranc4-- of the V?-.arl, Mr I-lo adv;???? the n!c,,n of tlic, par-s" to t 3 + an in the hall, tai.-J 1-)-3inle?d out a,-cs would be cat.(-r.d fDr iTi the no- Mr E-vill, one -of the triistek,-? of the s,upl?-oi-tc,d the vote ,f tllauk,?,, tnd i?eferrcd t. iou-9 work which had been accornpli-she<i by I)' ,rti0o Y-ic,aTs of tlie parish, men-tiL?-nl ii.,m the ooril f of St. Sedri<-)I's Church, t'h.. rc?-L-Yui"-n, PaT,.3'h Chumli, the er?eti-on of the Chu St, and the cxt?ension of the 1 gcJionl-s EXPECTATIONS MORE THAN FUL- FILLED. the T're Vicar aL-Do sp<)ke brioflv, explaining fma,r?e; I p-sit?on, of the Bu,,IJn.- l?udd. 00 M&rr'ti'algt?h, they had li(,Ld a ilneetin.? at the N?Lt.)rj.zil S(,?hooJ., %vhen b,- ba?d plat-,?d before the paris,:iio,, r, pr?,-sc-nt 'his I)ror-?o.al with re?,?,,d to co' .a Zie.'A hall. It v?-is decid,M to piocm-d at '01?' ,a.n,cl, in the parish M3lg4aZITIO of the n'l?mtli be had becil able to announce gifts pr4anti,4es of wb,-c-,ript;ono a.?ii<)utiting to in June, the azio-unt, was --?'434. in J,?f-?- and ori August lst, ;6574. l.)y t;b?,t 'Clot 20th, it bad increa,?,d to C703 03 6a.. The-y h.-td' a?*nzkxi at ha-n-g E,5W be?forv- i,,ving I he t.,he fourldatm.,n ston< and, notwithstan-dio-9 t to fact t.at many pe,.ol;l?o thought it a big sti?yll P.Cct, 11",? had been qiuite of thc, 1*e-It ex So,nie 1)? ,).i?d 1'.3ri7-.?ac-nmawr w-,ts M, ricjl'; He couli not -tTii;Aver a, to that, but he l?ll e?f that Pcnrtiwnmawi7 was rich in generous licarts? and hc, felt ??aire, that tfv f the 6;11'0 reqair,?d wol,,Jd go"i be ,bt-a' u,-d. 'ri, P,),i-I out t4-at I&st year, E347 bvl b?-en wnt cut 0 Penni?aen,Tn.aw?r to a.%si,4 mi,siotiary wot-k ab??. an<l in th?; country. Thus, if P,(,o I I pc, on y g,ene,rounly to tbie cause outside, G?Dd see to it tbat the work a;t home never suff'-?'d (applause). The so to of thanks to Mrs Williams was ca ried with eTrthusiasrru Tea was afterwards served at the Vicarage
ABEUQ-ELE-CO (JNTY SCHOOL. ENTRANCE SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS. tty after-noon Mr John Inglis (cho-it? 0 n 14,r-.od, ma-n) pi,4?,&iaed o-v4or a sr),eci.Lt of Olt Aberge'.e Seb<)ol (?ov,(,rnors to make the awax", a.s r?,c-.sult of tjio entranco sc-'ho!arz-hi-1) e-c,Ml- nation field in Juno in connection with tb* school. Scholarships were awarded to the fo'llowuV eleven candidates:—1, Margaret Edith Roberts. Mount Pleasant, Lianfairtaihainrn. 470 marks? 2, David John Moss, Post Offioe, Old 442; 3, Ernest Arthur Ellas Evans, Crown Cot" tage, Pensarn, Aber.gcle, 453; 4, Hilda Homa Abergee-read, Coiwyn Bay, 429 5, Frank Buck' ley, Prinoess-Toad, Od Coiwyn, 425 6, HenrJ" Stone, 7, Hawardcn-road, Coiwyn Bay, 421; 1, Horace Rhys Jones, Post Oftioo, Liandduias> 4,f2; 8, J?ennie Paxn-, Faenol Bac-hl Abvr-il-l 411; 9, Jai,o Anity lious-" Ab,or,c,o, ai-id Mar,arot 9-4.z,L,th Sto.km, York- 406; 10, L)?',v; 'loc" ?rr' Roberts, Bryn Person, LI?ti,.ellaji, 336. Tf,- maximum mark; were 550.
TYDDYN FURNITURE SALE. On Thursday, Mr Chas. P. Sheffield, of Mold and Rhyl, having disposed of the Tyddyn Fø' tate. conducted a sale of the household appoint- ments for Mr F. M. Porter. The weather was all that oould be desared, and at the advertised time a numerous eompcjiy gathered around Mr Sheffield. Well-known antique doaleo-s wero pre- sent from Chester, Birkeiahead, Livcr^iool, Ruthin, Denbigh, etc., and good prices word realised.
The Pan-Anglican Congress Thanks-offering has been brought to a total of £350,000, of which E184,000 has already been paid to diocom- in) the oekmies and abrvaci.