I LLANFWROG. I OPENING OF THE NEW CHURCH BY THE LORD BISHOP OF BANGOR. This interesting ceremony took place on Tuesday last, when the Lord Bishop of the Diocese and a great num- ber of the clergy and laity were present. The re-building and enlarging of old churches in Wales, and particularly in the diocese of Bangor, forms quite a feature in the history of the Church in Wales. In place of thedilapitated and incommodious old edifices which were to be met with in all parts of the country, new handsome, well-arranged, large, and beautiful structures are springing up in nearly every parish, j some by private beneficence, and others by public sub- scription aided by grants from the Church Building Societies. The present Bishop seems to take special interest in the good work; and when we state that this is thethird Church in the Isle of Anglesey, the restora- tion or rebuilding of which has been due to the exer- tions of Canon Lloyd, we need say no more in his praise. It is a noble example, and we hope it will be followed by other clergymen, until every parish can boast of a decent edifice iu which the people may assemble to worship the God of their fathers, in spirit and in truth." The present structure, which has been rebuilt from the foundation, replaces a small dilapidated single-bodied church, 50 ft by 15 ft. From the situation, which is picturesque, the waves of the Irish Channel may be seen The orientation is nearly due east, and the church is de- dicated to St Mwrog. The style of the new building is that of the latter part of the second pointed or decorated period of Ecclesiastical Architecture. The walls are built with rubble masonry, the material for which, was procured in the neighbourhood, the dressings or orna- mental parts being built of Stourton Hill stone. The church comprises a nave, 37 ft. by 17 ft. 6 in.; & chan- cel, 22 It. by 15 ft. 6 in., divided from the nave by a lofty stone arch a south porch a robing room, and a bell turret on the west gable, while several parts have been thrown together with much judgment, forming an agreeable general effect. The roofs are of red pint, stained and covered with Carnarvonshire slates. The nave is lighted by two treble-lighted ;and two double- lighted arch-headed windows; the chancel by a three- lighted arched-headed window in the east gable; and two windows in the south wall are being a single and the other a double light. The whole of the tracery in these windows is pleasing, but the east window struck us as especialy good, and a pattern not often met with. The old font has been dressed over, lined with lead, and furnished with a plug, drain, and a new pedestal of lime stone. The floor within the altar rails is laid with encaus- tic tiles by Maw and Co of a chaste pattern; the foliat- ed iron rails, as well as the ornamental ironwork through- out, being from the works of Mr. Brawn, of Birming- ham. The passages are laid with black and red tiles, set anglewise, with a buff border. The open seats, pulpit, and reading-desk,which are respectively placed in the north and south piers of the chancel arch, and altar table, are of red pine, stained. fhe elegant brass ooronoe, the altar cloth, and the chaira at the altar, were furnished by Mr French, of Bolton-le-Moors, and are in excellent taste. The building will accommodate 135 persons, according to the standard fixed by the so- cieties; but on this occasion, many more than this num- ber were in the building. The cost of the undertak- ing will be about 9600. Ni essrs Kennedy and Rogers, of Bangor, and Albion Chambers, 1), Adam-street, A del- phi, London, were the architects and Mr. Thomas Da- vies, of Llanerchymedd, the builder. The day was most propitious, and soon after nine o'clock, persons from the neighbourhood began to assem- ble in the churchyard, and by the hour fixed for com- mencing the service, the church was so crowded, that great numbers had to remain outsida. On the arrival of the Bishop, his lordship proceeded to the robing-room, and afterwards met the clergy at the south entrance to the churchyard, and proceeded in procession to the church, reading the appropriate sen- tences in the beginning of the Consecration Service. The usual formalities having been enacted, through the instrumentality of A. Stowe, Esq., Divine Worship, (which was all read in the Welsh language,) was com- menced by the Rev. Canon Lloyd reading the ap- pointed Service, the Rev. 0. Wynne Jones, Curate of the Parish, reading the Psalms. The first lesson was read by the Rev. W. Johnson the Welsh chaplain, and the second lesson by the Hev. D. B. Price, formerly curate to the late Incumbent. The sermon, was preached by the Lord Bishop of the Diocese, who took for his text Psalm eixii, 6, 7, 8, and was listened to throughout his most appropriate dis- course with the utmost attention. After the sermon, the Communion was administered by the Bishop, the Ven. the Archdeacon of Bangor, Canon Lloyd, and the Rev E. Pughe, to the clergy pre- sent, and several of the laity. His lordship then admin- istered the rite of baptism to several children, among whom was the last born of the Rector of Llanbadrig. The singing was most creditable to the choir. The collection in the morning amounted to £ 11 10s. After the service, the company proceeded to Lian- faethlu Rectory, where all elegant andabundantluncheou was provided. In the evening, an eloquent sermon was preached by the Rev. E. Osborne Williams, who took his text from Ephesiant; iv., first part of the fourth verse: There is one body." On the whole we may congratulate the Rector on a most successful day. Among the clergy present we noticed, the Lord Bishop of the Diocese; the Ven. the Archdeacon of Bangor, the Revds. Canon Williams Canon Lloyd; William John- son, Welsh Chaplain; Evan Pughe; Roger Edwards, Llanfechell; Morris Williams, Llanrhyddlad J. C. Vin- cent, Carnarvon David Williams, Llanfachreth, Wm. Hughes. Rector, Llanllyfni: John Price, Vicar of Ban- gor; Hugh Owen, Llanerchymedd John Jones, Boded- ern; Arthur Ellis; E. Osborne Williams; F. PigoU, St. Phillips, Kege Lit-street; W. Briscoe, Oxford; H D. Owen, Gwalchm-ii; D. B. Price, Menai Bridge; R. Pugh Jones Heneglwys; R. Hughes, Llanfibangelynhowyn T. Laugharn, Llanfaelog 0, Wynne Jones, UanfwTog, M. Lloyd, Bryngwran D. Lloyd, Bodhyfryd, curate of Lianfaciireth; J. Lewis Carnarvon M. Jones. Llantris- ant; T. Williams, Llanddeusant; 0. Owen, ITefeilir Richards, Amlwch H. R. Hughes, Penrhosllugwy; Mrs. Wynne Jones, Heneglwys; Mrs Roberts; Mrs. and Miss Morris Williams, DanrhyddM; Mrs. John- iron, Llanbadrig; Mrs. J. C. Vinccnt, Carnarvon Mrs. and Miss Owen, Llanechyme 1,1; Mrs. Trevor Parkins and the Misses Parkins; M r*. Morris Jones; Mrs. and Miss Hughes, Llynnon Mrs Plgou; Mrs. L. J Prichard Mrs. John Trevor; Miss Wynne Jones; Miss Williams, Llanfairyngliornwy Miss Hughes, Con- way Miss Meta Hughes; Miss Roberts, Rbiwlas Misses Owen Trefeilir; T. Parkins. Esq. L, J. Prichard, Eq Mount Villa, Acton Green, London H. Pnestley, Esq. Mr Hughes, jun. Price WiUiams, F sq,, Ilanrhyddlad H. W. Jones, Esq. Master Trevor Parkins Lloyd Ro- berts, Esq, Alfred Stowe, Esq., M.A., H. Kenneay, Esq., Bangor; W. Elias, Esq., Abbey. Besides the above, many leftafterthe Morning Semce, whose.names we were not able to obtain.
ST. GEORL+F,'S HALL, LLANDUDNO. FOR THREE NIGHTS ONLY, MONDAY, Sept. 5th, TUESDAY, 6th, WEDNESDAY, 7th, TIIF, SEVENTH ANNUAL TOUR of Mr, BUITERWORTH'S COMPANY of celebrated CHRISTY'S MINSTRELS. EACH EVENING. List! 0 list to the truly Burlesqued GHOST ILLUSION! From O. Bullet's Pattern. OPERATIC SELECTIONS. Concluding with TAKE IT AND LEAVE MAN 1 In which will be introduced a Galaxy of Eccentricity. Doors Open at Half-past Seven, to commence at Eight. Carriages may be Ordered for Ten o'clock. Book of Songs may be had in the Hall. The Minotrel's Programme will be selected (each even- inadl s from beautiful Songs, Ballads, Duetts, Glees, Chor- uses, Serenades, Instrumental Solos. Burleoques, Dances, ?'' arranged and adapied for the resources of this Com- ??? Accompaaimenti compriM Violin, Flute, 'Co^: Harp, Contra Bass, Harmonium, Drums, Bones, Tam- bourine, &c. Admission-Stalls, 2. Second Seats, Is.; Third Seats, 6d. _——————————————— To BE SOLD, a Semi-detached Villa Residence, coii- sisting of Drawing, Dining, and Breakfast Rooms, 7 Bedrooms, Servant's Hall, Kitchen, &c., a good Gar- den, with room for erecting Stables and Coach House.- Apply to Mr. W. Evans, Builder, Llandudno. CONWAY AND LLANRWST. THE Inland Company's Regular Packet "ST. GEORGE," intended time of starting (weather and other causes permitting,) will be as follows for the month of SEPTEMBER. 186i. Prom Camay. Prom Trtfnw. 3, Saturday 10 10 mom. 12 30 even. 5, Monday. 11 30 morn. 1 iO even. 6 Tuesday 11 45 morn 2 ,1fi6 morn. ??. 12 40 even 2 45 even. 1 *0e™n 3 30 even> 9, Friday^ .• • 2 40 even 4 20 even. 10 Saturday 3 45 even 5 30 even. FARES: bin and Quarter Deck, Is. 6d. Fort end, l.?;&ttMndittc, U 6d.; GRAND CHORAL FESTIVAL IN BANGOB CATHEDRAL. ON WEDNESDAY NEXT, THE SEVENTH DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 1864, THE ITlWITED CHOIRS OF THE FOUR RURAL DEANERIES ON THE BANKS OF THE MENAI STRAITS, Meet at the CATHEDRAL to hold A: C H 0 R At FESTIVAL. Service in the Morning in English, at 11 o'clock. Service in the Afternoon in Welsh, at 3 o'clock. The Preacher in the Morning will be THE VERY REV. THE DEAN OF ST. ASAPH. The Preacher in the Evening will be THE VERY REV. THE DEAN OF BANGOR. TICKETS and BOOKS of the FESTIVAL MUSIC may be had at the North Wales Chronicle Office. Admission to the Choir, 58., and the Nave, Is., for the two Services. Doors open to the public half-an-hour before the beginning of each Service. INSTRUCTIONS TO CLERGY & CHOIRS. I.-The Services on the 7th SEPTEMBER, at the CATHEDRAL, are to be in ENGLISH at 11 a.m., and in WKLSH at 3 p.m. Dinner for the Singers provided by the Association, is to be at I p.m., in the PENRHYN HALL, and not at the National School, as announced in circulars. 2.—All the Choirs to be at the Cathedral by Half-past 9 a.m., at the latest. 3.-The Choristers' Tickets signed by Mr. JOHN OWKN, (Owain Alaw), and countersigned by the Clergymen of their respective parishes, will entitle them to travel at Single Fare by the Railway to and from Bangor, admit them to both Services, and to the Dinner. 4.-Clergymen being Subscribers, and bringing their own Choirs, or forming part of Choirs are entitled te Choristers' Tickets gratis, but must appear in Surplices, &c. 5.-The Association will grant Id. a mile towards the travelling expenses of members of distant Choirs, if claimed by the Clergyman of the Parish, not later than the 15th of September. DAVID THOMAS, HON. SEC. Dwygyfylchi, August 31st. 1864. SALE BY MR. G. FELTON. LLANDUDNO. SECOND GREAT SALE OF carNA, CUT GLASS, AND ORNAMENTAL AND USEFUL ARTICLES. MR. GEORGE FELTON, Has again been instructed by Messrs. H. Walton anel Co., of Hanley Potteries, to SELL BY AUCTION, in the Shop and Show Room at BINGLEY HOUSE, adjoin- ing St. George's Hall, Mostyn Street, Llandudno, on Monday and Tuesday next. September 5th and 6th, 1864, AN extensive, varied, and valuable stock of China, Cut Glass, Parian and Stoneware, M u- nificent Dinner and Dessert Services, in rich coloring and artistic patterns Breakfast, Tea, and Coffee Services, of transparent china. and in great variety; double and single Toilet Services, appropriate for every class of apartments Ornamental elegancies, richly cut Glass in every torm, papier mache tea and other Trays, Timepieces, I electro and metal-mounted Jugs, Tea and Coffee Pots, and an immense variety of other valuable articles. May be viewed each morning of Sale between the hours of Nine and Twelve. The Sale to commence each day at One and Six o'clock. Experienced packers will be in attendance. TREGANWY, NEAR CONWAY AND LLANDUDNO. A ttractive Sale of genuine substantial Household Furni- ture, comprising Dining and Drawing Room suites, in Mahogany and Rosewood; Pianoforte, byBroadmod; Superior Beds. and Bedding, and Bedroom appendages; Hall Furniture, &c., and numerous and valuable Out door effects. MR. GEORGE FELTON Has been favored with the commands of J. LLOYD JONES, Esquire, (in consequence of the whole estate having been disposed of), TO SELL By AUCTION, On THURSDAY and FRIDAY, SEPTEHBEH 22nd and 23rd, THE whole of the valuable effects, at TTREGANNVY, comprising, ?mongst the Household Furniture, a handsome aud comprehenaive Drawing room suite, in Rosewood, upholstered in Damask, and con- sisting of 2 sets of chairs, elegant couches, and Ottomans, Easy and Sewing chairs, Centre and Sofa Tables, a 6J i octave Pianoforte, by Broadwood, in mahogany case; Mahogany Dining room suite, with handsome 12 feet Dining table, and chairs, several massive mahogany Side- boards; glazed and other Bookcases; elegant window trimmings and cornices old fashioned Hall furniture; handsome Mahogany, Birch, and painted 4 post Half- tester and other Bedsteads, with damask and other ap- propriate drapery Mahogany Chests of Drawers, Ward- robes, and Bedroom suites, and appendages; beautiful curled hair, and wool matresses; prime goose feather Beds, excellent Witney Blankets, Counterpanes, Quilts, Ac., elegant and costly Brussels and Kidderminster Floor Carpets, cocoa fibre mattin and oil floor cloths bronzed Fenders and polished Fireirons; handsome china Dinner, Tea, and Bieakfast Services, sfad Cut Table Glass the whole of the Kitchen and Culinary requisites for a large I establishment; Flour Bins, Dressers, and Store Cup- boards an excellent patent mangle, Ironing and HaUl Stoves and piping, and a vast number of other indoor effects, as well as numerous and valuable outdoor effects, comprising a capital Turner's Lathe, and Tools complete, Garden Tools, Ladders, Cucumber frames capital Brew- ing and Dairy utensils; the produce of the Gaidens; an excellent Boat and oars; 2 iron garden seats, timber, firewood, and building stones an in-pig Sow, and other miscellaneous effects; the whole of which may be inspect- ed the day before the day of sale. Catalogues are in course of preparation, and may be had one week prior to the sale at the principal Hotels, in the neighbourhood, and of the Auctioneer. Sale to commence each day most punctually at 12 0' olock. Mostyn Estate Offices, Llandudno, Sept. lat., 1864. NOTICE OF REMOVAL. T\AVID ROBERTS begs to notify to Vi- I sitors, that he has removed from Denbigh House, Church Walks, to No. 3, Gloddaeth Crescent, where he has a large and commodious house, with Apartments to Let. BANGOR DIOCESAN CHORAL ASSOCIA- TION. BOOKS of the words, mnsic. and the anthems for the festival to be held in Bangor Cathedral on the 7th of September next, are now ready, and may be had on'application to Mr. J. K. Douglas, Worth Wales Chronicle Office, Bangor. Books of the words and music, price 6d. The an- thems, price lid. and 2d. Fourpence will cover the Postage of 12 copies of the Book of Words and Music; and One Penny will cover the Postage of 12 copies of either of the Anthems. LLANDRILLO-YN-RHOS BAY, NEAR OOLWYN, CONWAY, AND LLANDUDNO. Most eligible and desirable FREEHOLD BUILDING SITES (Forming part of Rhos Farm), FRONTING the beautiful Bay of Llan- drillo, with its fine beach for Bathing, splendid sea and land views, Salmon Fisheries, and numerous other local attractions and objects of interest, may now be secured by early application to J. R. Griffith, Esquire, solicitor, Llanrwst; L. L. Parry Evans, Esq., Rhos farm, Llandrillo, near Conway or to Mr. George Felton, architect, land surveyor, and auctioneer, Mostyn Estate Office, Llandudno. LLANDUDNO. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY, A Leasehold Cottage Residence and Garden, ?L known as DAISY BANK COTTAGE, pleasantly situated on the South side of the Hill adjacent to the Tai-newyddion Road, having a frontage thereto of 31 feet 6 inches, and a depth backwards of 90 feet or thereabouts. It contains Sitting Room, 2 Kitchens and 4 Bedrooms Garden front and back, and the water laid on. The situ- ation is a most sheltered one, and the prospect of the distant scenery very beatitiful. The premises are held under a Lease, of which 32 years we now unexpired, at annual Ground Rent of Four shil- UDOI only. Application may be made to John Shearson, Esq., Birkaiie, South port; or to Mr. George Felton, Auctioneer and Surnror, Mofftyn Estate Offices, Llandudno. l' JtJIlIII 6 4 THROUGH BOOKING BETWEEN LLANDUDNO AND BANGOR, ALSO FROM RHYL AND ABERGELE. Commencing on Monday, June 20th. FOUR HORSE COACHES. PER RAIL TO LLANRWST, THENCE PER COACH, Via Bettws y Coed, the Swallow Waterfalls, Capel Curig, The Vale of Nant Francon, and the Great Penrhyn Slate Quarries, allowing ample time for parties to visit the Britannia and Menai Bridges, before the Return Train leaves Bangor. THE Public are most respectfully inform- ed that the PRINCE OF WALES FOUR- HORSE COACH, being the Original Coach on this much-admired Route, will run every day (Sundays excepted), during the Summer Season, from the BRITISH HOTEL, BANGOR. at 8 a.m. passing through BETHESDA, the GREAT PENRHYN SLATE QUARRIES, through the much- admired PASS OF NANT FRANCON, along the mar- gin of the OGWEN LAKE, by CAPEL CURIG and the SWALLOW WATERFALLS, through BETTWS- Y-COED to LLANRWST, in time for the 12 50 p.m. Train for Conway, Llaududno, Abergele, Rhyl, Chester and London. Returns from LLANRWST on the arrival of the 12 15 p.m. Train, reaching the BRITISH HOTEL, BAN- GOR at 4 40 p.m., in time for the Trains to Carnarvon, Holyhead, Conway, Llandudno, Rhyl and Chester. Through Tickets can be had at the Railway Stations at Rhyl, Abergele, Llandudno, and Llandudno Juno- tion. And Passengers must be careful to explain, at the time of Booking, that they require Tickets for the Coach Tour, to prevent mistakes. Through Fares Rhyl to Bangor, or ) First Class, Second Class Vice Versa. lis. 3d. 10s. 3d. Abergeleto Bangor, ) ,? ? or Vice Versa ?? Llandudno to Baiigor 98. 3d. gB fid or Vice Versa f Llandudno Junction 1 to Bangor, or Vice > 88. 6d. !e.0d. Versa ) The following Table will show the approximate time he Coach will be passing the different localities A..M'I AM. Rhyl per Rail 10 44* 1 Bangor,—British Abergele .tO 56 Hotel. 0 L!andudno 11 01 Betheada,-DouglM Llandudno June.11 35 Arms. 9 0 P.M. Capel Curig,—The Llanrwst (arrival).12 15 Hotel 10 16 Llanrwst,V itoria Bettwsycoed,— Hotel, (depar- Royal Oak Hotel.11 0 ture) 12 40 Llani-wat, -Victoria Bettwsycoed,-Royal Hotel 12 0 Oak HoteL. 1 25 LIaududnoJunction.I 30 Capel Curig,-The Hotel. 2 251 Bethesda,- Douglas Arms 3 ?0 B a n g 0 r,—British 3 4400 1 HoteL. 4 40 N.B.—Trains leave Llanrwst for Llandudno Junction, at 12 5fl 3 40 and 6 25 p.m. ([.iF Parties leaving Bangor, can have 6 hours Fishing at Ogwen Lake before the Return COACH passes. Performed by the Public's most obedient Servants, DEW & WILLIAMS. I EAGLES HOTEL, LLANRWST. MR. ROWLAND HUGHES, Proprietor- rnHE Royal Snowdonian Tourist Coach 1 will leave the above Hotel every day (Sunday ex- cepted), after the arrival of the 12.15 train, via Bettws- y-Coed, The Swallow Waterfalls, Capel Curig, Pen-y- Gwryd, and the Pass of Llanberis, arriving at Padarn Villa Hotel, for Dinner, and Royal Hotel, Carnarvon, in time for the train leaving at 6 30 for Chester. The Suowdonian will leave the Royal Hotel, Carnar- von every day (Sunday excepted) after the arrival of the 9.40 train for Llanrwst, via Llanberis (Padarn Villa Hotel,) Pass of Llanberis, Pen-y-Gwryd, in view of the famed Pass of the Vale of Nant Gwynant, to Capel Curig, Moel Siabod, TheSwallow Waterfalls, Bettws-y- Coed, arriving at the Eagles Hotel, for Dinner, which will be provided daily at 3 o'clock, for Visitors and Tourists visiting the ancient town of Llanrwst. Eagles Hotel, LIanrwtt, Jnly, 1864. LLANDUDNO. ALEXANDRA HOTEL. J"1L PROPRTETOR-SAHUEL LILLEY, Brother to the late Sergeant-Magor Lilley, Inniskilling Dragoons. GOOD ACCOMMODATION FOR GENTLEMEN AND PRIVATE FAMILIES, AT MODERATE RATES. N.B.—An ORDINARY Daily at Two o'clock Price One ShillingPost Free for 13 Stamps MARTIN'S WEEK'S WANDERINGS IN WALES. NEW EDITION, ENTIRELY REWRITTEN, WITIJ AN APPENDIX OP NATURAL SISTOSY, A IUP, AND VIEW OF THE BKIDGE S Published by J. K. DOCOLAB, at The North Wain Chronicle Office, Bangor, 1ST. GEORGE'S HALL, LLANDUDNO. ON WBDNESDA Y, THURSDAY, and FRIDAY, Sept. 7th, 8fti, andtyth. Three Performances of the DRAYTON COMIC.OPERA COMPANY. On Wednesday, 7th Sept. Mozart's Comic Opera MARCFLLINA, To conclude with the Comedietta- EXTREMES MEET. On Thursday, 8th Sept. A COURTSHIP IN 11140, Or Nothing venture nothing have," To conclude with the BUFFO EXTRAVAGANZA THE MAGIC APAE.. On Friday, 9th Sept. Mozart's Comic Opera, L'IMPRESARIO, To conclude with the Comedietta EXTREMES MEET. Conductor-Mr. F. Stainslaw. Doors open at half-past 7, to commence at 8. Admission 2s., Is., and €d. Tickets may be procured of Mr. Owen at the Hadl, and of Mr. Powell, Post Office. [A CARD.] MR. STIVENS, L.D.S., R.C.S, Dental Sur- iVjL geon, 14. Abbey Square, Chester, may be eta- salted at Mr. Thomas WiIliaws, chemist, Church Wfdh? Llandudno, every Monday, from 10 till 6 o'clock. VIEWS OF NORTH WALES. VISITORS to COSWAY are respectfully iD- y formed that they can Select from the largest wnotfc- meikt of Photographic and other views of North Wale* bp calling at W. JONES'S STATIONERY ESTABLISHMENT, ROSE HILL STREET (near the old Castle), OONWAT. PONY FOR SALE. TO BE SOLD, ￼ BEAUTIFUL grey exmore PONY, A warranted Sound 12 hands 1 inch high. Is a geod Shooting Pony, jumps well, carries a lady, and. is quiet with children. For further particulars, apply to J. Waimsley, E Tan y fron, Llandudno, or to Mr. Beauchamps, Lanqr Stables. ROBERT JONES'S DINING AND REFRESHMENT ROOMS. 1, ROBE HILL STREET, (Near the Old Castle, and opposite the Market Gardna), CONWAY. ALE and Porter in Bottles and on Dracg?h? ABeds. -All kinds of Pastry made to Order on the shortest notice. August, 1864. LLANDUDNO NEW CHURCH. Donations received during the past week.- £ s. a. Amount already advertised 2779 19 6 E. H. Lowe, Esq., Shrewsbury 0100 Per Mrs. Yass, Llandudno 0 12 6 Messrs. Kirmaban and Co. 10 0 Mrs. Warren I10 Mrs. Hugh Hughes, Mostyn Crescent }. 0 10 O Special Services in the Pavilion on Sunday last 59 411 T. C. RODEN, Hon. Secretaxies. JOHN WILLIAMS, on. ere_ues. ORRELLS HOUSE AGENCY OFFICE, CHURCH WALKS, LLANDUDNO. HOUSES AND APARTMENTS TO LET Houses. Sitting Rooms. Bed do. Situation. Possession. 1 4 10 Facing the Sea Aug. nth. 1 3 7 Do., „ 2nd 1 3 8 Do., 30th July. 1 3 9 Church Walks August 3kL 1 2 4 Chapel Street 30th July- X 3 10 Llanfairfechan 30th JuIy- with Coach House and Stuile FOR SALE. 2 Each 3 7 with suitable Office, &c., Facing the Sea. For particulars apply to Mr. T. Morrell. House Agut. and Decorator, Church Walks, Llandudao. PURE AERATED WATERS. ELLIS'S, RUTHIN, SODA WATER. J ELLIS'S. RUTHIN, POTASS WATER. ELLIS'S, RUTHIN, SELTZER WATER. ELLIS'S, RUTHIN, LEMONADE. ELLIS'S LITRIA AND POTASS WATER, AN EXCBLLENT INTERNAL REMEDY FOR GOUT. The Public are particulary requested to observe that every Cork is branded R. Ellis and Son, Ruthin," with- out which none is genuine. Sold by Tliomas Williams, Chemist; Thomas and 0. Mostyn Street; D. O. Williams, ditto Robert nuØa" Confectioner; Hayn, Wine Merchant; Chantrcy, Winey Merchant; E J. Watkins, Grocer John Owen, Grocer; R. Owen, Overton House David Lloyd, Vernon Vaults; E. Hughes, Stanley Vaults; Mrs. Sharp, Vaults and at all the Hotels. May be obtained from all respectable Chemist, Con- fectioners, and Hotel-keepers and wholesale only, fzcm R. ELLUl & SON, Ruthin, North Wales. LLANDUDNO. LLANDUDNO TURKISH 6 GENERAL BATHS COMPANY, LIMITED. Board of Directors. JAMES NICOL, Esq., M.D., CHAIRMAN. EDWARD MOORE, Esq. W. F. CHAPMAN, THOMAS HOLLICK,Esq. GEORGE FELTON,Ea^ THE TURKISH BATHS are now opm Tdaily, (SUDdays excepted) from 9 o!do& a.= imig 8 o'clock p.m. SINGLE BATH, 3s. 6d. Subscription Tickets entitling to 12 Baths, 30B. WEDNESDAYS SET APART FOR LADIES. MANAGERS. Gentlemen's Days-Mr. JOHN LONG. Ladies' Days—Mrs. LONG. By Order of the Directors, JOHN WILLIAMS, Secretary 11th August, 1864. PEP SIN E. MORSON'S PEPSINE WINE is a' perfectly palatable form for administering thiapojm lar remedy for weak digestion. MANUFACTURED BY T. MORSON AND SON, 19 & 46, Southampton Row, Russell Square, W.C. In lottlea at St., Sand 10.. each. Peptine Loteaga in boxet at 2&. 6d. and 41. 6d. each. LLANDUDNO NEW CHURCH. THE Committee have the satisfaction of Taunouncing the union of the several Funds; tit, those of the Original Committee, the LadieW Ccm- mittee, and the Bazaar, amounting to jC2416 0s. 6d.. which, together with the Donations already pro make a total of nearly E3000. The Committee therefore intend to lay the Founda- tion Stone in the course of the present summej, assoco as the plans and estimates can be completed. The church is to contain not less than 1000 lIittinglt. and as the outlay will necessarily be very large, the owm- mittee earnestly request the co-operation and assistance of all, to enable them to provide the church accommoda- tion, which is so urgently needed, with the least possible delay. The pecuniary aid of the Visitors is earnestly solicited, and any sums, however small, will be gratefully re- ceived. Two members of the committee will attend ewrj Monday morning from eleven till one o'clock, at the- Estate Office, Church Walks, Llandudno, to reearte contributions. Donations may be also paid to the Treasurers, the National and Provincial Bank of Bag- land, Mostyn Street, every Tuesday, Thursday, and: Saturday, or at Conway daily; and to the Chaininw, the Rector of the Parish, and to the Honoraiy Secnr. taries, Mr. John Williams, Eatate Office, and Dr. T. C- Roden, No9, Nsvill Crescent. Llandudn* May 19th, 18M
Roche Souse. Miss Edwards J J Berry. Esq, Stoke upon TJent, Staffordshire )ire Berry, do Vernon-house Al r. D.Lloyd, Wine and Spirit Vaults. parie-holise. Miss Podmore, Milliner Gloucester House Mrs. Meadows g JJ Cooke, 20 New Streot, Berlin Repository, Bir- mingham T Harding, ditto ldro Hinde, Emscote, Warwick Birmingham Arms..Mrs. J. Parr. Mr MscDonald, Birmingham )lr Cooper Mr While, Worcester Mr Fisher, Birmingham Miss Dale Mr J Saunderson, Derby » Mr Woodcock Mr Parkinson Mr Smith Mr Dalston Leicester Houst. Mr. G. Gough, Lapidary. Holgrood-house.. Mr Pratt, mercer Plas ;tlaeqtrYII..1\1 iBII Owen. Mrs Burbury, Leamington Mr C Newton, Kellymere House. Dnngannon, Ire- land Mrs and Miss Newton, do Mr and Mrs Owen, Stafford Miss Owen and Miss J T Owen, do Misses Parsons, Berkshire Rev Thomas Hanisoll, Stafford Beaufort House Mr. Bellis. Mr John Buckley and family, Normanton bill Miss Tillery Mrs and Miss Ebrall, Birmingham R J Davies, Eijq Miss Davies 1 Moelfra View 'Mr. G. Peters. Mrs Maberly and family, Blackheath, Kent Mrs Swattman, King's Lyon, Norfolk Mr A C Mabberly, Queen's Col, Oxford Bank. 2 Mr. W. Jones. Mr and Mrs C H Williams and ?ami)y, Birmingham Mr and Mrs Edward Croft, Heckmondwicke Mr and Mrs J F Oates, do .Mr. J. Jones grocer and flour dealer Harrington House.Jlr. Price, Gas Manager Mr. Patrick's Bazzar. Melbourne House.Mr. Bagnall, Painter. Mr and Mrs Parker, London Miss E L Maverly, do Mr H Parker, do Mrs Dawson, Manchester Mrs Kowbottom, do Miis Rowbottom, do Mr. D. Henson, Lapidary. Preseot Howe Mr. R. Roberts. Mrs Janoes. Cheadle, Staffordshire Miss Whitfield, Hadnall, Shropshire Burlington house..Airs. Walker Mrs Robert Gough, Wem, Shropshire Miss GOllgh. ditto Mr, Mrs, and Master Badger, do Laiwlowne Villa..Misses Edwards. Mr, Mrs and Miss Johnson. Uttoxeter Misses Johnson. Roche Terrace, Leek MrJ J Johnson, do S Jchnson, do Mr Checkley, Walsall MrsCheckley, ditto Mr Checkley Mr and Mrs Fluck, Bedford ?its Beckett and faily, Manchester E(f(lbasto)i-liouse NJ r. Middleton J Burnett, Esq, and family, Kensington, London Miss Hardwan, West Bromwich Matthews, do Quincev. Perry Barr Mr and Mrs Morris, Lutterworth Mrs Johnson, do Zion. Enqlt*sh Baptist Chapel. Herefot-(I-Itouse. ur. John Rowlands Bodavon Vaults. Mr Sutton Mr Wakefield, the Elms, Walagrave-on-Towe, War- wickshire Mrs Wakefield, do Miss Wakefield, do Miss Wakefield, Fletchamstead, do Mr Levi Page, Dresden, Staff Mrs Page, do Mr Goode, Allesley, Warwickshire Mrs Goode, do Victor-house.N-T, W. Jones Mr John Jones, Chemis Mr C Evans, R N, Kingstown Miss Evans, do Mrs Davies, Leicester Miss Burd, do Art on House..Mr 0 Hughes Mr J Beardmore, Carlton Villas, Burton-on-Trent Mrs Beardmore, do Miss Beardmore, Marsh Terrace, Newcastle, Staff Mrs Goodall, Congleton Mr C Beardmore, do Greenfield House. Mr. J. Davies. Misses Atkwright Burtoli.lwuse.. French Millenary Establish- ment Miss M Jones, ditto Mrs Huxley, ditto Mr H Huxley, ditto Ramsbottom, ditto Mrs J G Trimble Milverton House miss Elgie. Miss Harrett, ditto Rowland. Childwall Miss Rowland, Loughborough Miss Foulds, do Gallotcau House. Mr. Thomas Jones. Misses Litsell, Cheltenham Mr Montague, Westbourne Terrace, do Mrs Montague, do Mr Howard, Birkenhead Mrs Boward, do „, Cromwell House..Mr. T. Ellie Cyll lIo«sc.Mr. W. Roberts Aforfa View Mr. H. Williams, boot and shoe maker. Brynford House. Mr. J. Owens, baker and confectioner. Morfa Villa.Mr. W. Williams, butcher. Mr W and Nliss F Parr, Nottingham Mrs Ellis, Basford Johnson, Nottingham Brown, Radford King's Arms..Mr. M. Williams Nottingham-house.Mi. White. The faults..Mi. Hayn, wine and spirit mer- chant Mr Lomax, Lichfield Miss E Lomax, ditto Lomax. The Cathedral Close, ditto Tudno View. Mr. W. G. Roberta. Mountain View OLD ROAD. London House Mrs.Roberts, draper andgrocer Rev Owen Jones, Manchester Mrs Jones, do Miss Lizzy Jones, do Master 0 Jones, do Mr Jervis Williams, do Idris Vycban. do Mr J H Davies, Denbigh Ty-fry..Mr W. Evans Lonqton-house..Mr R Williams, tinman and brazier Mr Allen Mrs Allen Mrs Heathcote and family, Newcastle, Staffordshire Holywell House-Mr Ward Kings Head Inn.Miss Davies. Ty Netoydd. Mr. C. Glassbrook, Painter. Ty Newudd..No. 1 Mr. John Jones No. 2, Mr. R. Owen. Green-hill, No- 1, Mrs Anne Jones. 2, Mr. Keamty Plasterer Mr Delamaer, Wood Church Road, Cheshire Croesonen. Mrs. Greatwood, (Private) Croesonen Cottage. Mrs. Leyland private Croesonen ucha. -Mr. W. Jones. Lileynois..C. S. Lemon, Esq. Private. Tynycoed..Mr R. Jones Mr H. Hughes PLA8 ROAD. BrunntieJc House Mrs Jones Bliss WiUiams, millener and bonnet maker Plas Kewydd.Mn Rawling.t Mr H Hope, Bridgeworth Mra Hope, do Ty Coch. Mr. Atkinson, Builder and Plasterer. Mr Knox, Everton, Liverpool Mrs Knox, do Miss Knox, do Miss Eaves, do Arvon Cotta-ge. Mr Graham. Private. TUDNO STREET. Brighton House. Mr. Hay. Mr T Wilson. Manchester Mr and Mn Cole, Rbrl Jar Dorrell and family, Worcester Mrs Cleobury and family, Handswortb, Birmingham Merchant, ditto 2 .Mr. William Williams Mrs Henry Pitt. infftnt, and maid, Terrace House, Withington, Hereford 3 Bolton House, Mrs Owen 4 Hill View, Mr. D. Hughes, MT and Mrs Joseph Herbert, Northampton Mr and Mrs Pearce and family, Nottingham 5. Mr R. Jones, joiner Josinh S HURs. Derby Jacob Stevens, ditto 6 Mr G. W. Powdridge Mrs Charlton and family, Manchester Wricht, ditto Mr and Mrs Griffiths and family, Liverpool 7. Mr. Peter Jones. Fredericl- Ashe and family, Manchester 8 Mr. B. Jones Mrs Bryden and family, Ozford Terrace, London 9 Mr. Richard Jones, Mrs James Taylor and ebild, Wednesbury Mr and Mrs Howard, London 10 Mr W. Hugh's, Painter. The Misses Francis, Plymouth Grove, Manchester 11 Mr H Roberts Mr and Mrs Farmer, Colville House, Colville Street Nottingham 12. Mr Griffiths, Boot and Shoemaker Conoregational Church, Shaispeare Cottage. Bryn Llewelyn.. Rev. R. Parry, Minister of the Congregational Church. Bronheulog. Private. Wilberforce House Nirs King. Private. Ordovia House..Mrs. Charlesworth, Private Centre Vale.Mr J. Jones Miss Collis, do Miss Downes, Handsworth Mrs and Miss Goodwin, Manchester Miss Prescott, do Stansfield, do 1 Olodiaeth Terrace, Mr. Cobb. Mr Roberts. Staves ton Miss Wise, Northamptonshire Miss Hall, do A Hall, do 2 Mi's H ishes Mr and Mrs Joseph Whitaker and family, Notting- ham Archer and family. ditto 3 Mrs Owens Mrs and Miss Hodson, Dublin Mrs Butterworth, Coventry Master Butterworth Miss Helen Butterworth Plas Trevor. Fred. Drabble. Esq. Private J 8 Dods, Esq, Kersal, Manchester Mrs Dods and family, do Rev G Gardiner, Worcester Mrs Gardiner. do Miss Tymbs, do Miss Gardiner, do Mr T G Gardiner, do Victoria Gardens. M r Hewitson Acanthus House.. Miss Hall TY GWYN ROAD. Mr T. Williams, dispensing chemist Mr. S. Leach. Mr Hugh Prichard TURKISH BATHS. Plas Tirion.. Mrs. D. Williams. Bryn Teg..Mr J. Rawling Rone Hill Cottaqe. Rock Villa..Mi. J.Hughes Private. Plas Tudno. W. H. Reece, Esq. Private Plas Ucha.Miss Jones TY ISSA COTTAGES. 1 Mr Griffiths, joiner Mr and Mrs Moore and family, Birkenhead 2 Mr Richard Roberts 3 Mr. R- Owen, slate merchant 1 Trevor Cottage Mr. Hughes Rev J Brown Mrs Brown Mrs Gray and family 2 .Mr. James Thomas VAUGHAN STREET. Dinarn Home. Miss Parr Rothbury Home Mr. Linley, Mr Casson, Leamington Miss Casson, do Mr and Mrs Henry Wood, Chester G S Wood, ditto Albert Wood, ditto Grosvenor House Mr. R. Ellis. Mr Humble, Gwersyll Park, Denbighshire Mrs Humble, do Capt Swetenham, Holmes Mrs Swetenham and family, do Mrs E P Campbell and family. Wool ton, L'pool Severn House.. Miss Weaver Rev and Mrs Smith, London Tudno Castle..Mi. R. Williams. Capt R H Thursby, Colstream Guards, Winthorpe, Notts Mrs Thursby and family, do Miss Cardwell, do Miss Wageman, Nortbgate House, Regent's Park, London Ormeh Head View Mrs. Kyle. Miss Wilkins, Dublin Rev M F Day and Mrs Day and family, Dublin St. Georqe'8 Harbour Railway Station Life Boat Station. MARKET HALL, GLODDAETH STREET. 1.2. John Owen, fowl dealer 3 Tlios. Prichard, Welsh hosier 4. John Brooks, pastry cook & confectioner 5 John Homan, shell flower manufacturer 6 .Mrs Anwyl. Welsh Tweed, &c. 7,8. Meaddows, Fish, Poultry, and Game 9, 10 M. Costello, Fish Monger, St. John's, Liverpool II, J2 Charles Jackson, Baaaar 13. John Hughes, Gardener 1 4 Robert Jones, Fruit Dealer 15, 16- • J Lund, Langstrath (Victoria Gardens) Green Grocer, and Dealer in Game and Fowls. 17 18.James Crawley, dealer in bacon, cheese 19. Thomas Evans, Bazaar 20. W. Jones, butcher 2201! Ed Roberts, green grocer 22. Martha Jones, milliner and draper 23. 24. J. Williams, Butcher 25 W. Roose, Fruiterer 26. J. Chesterton, Bazaar 27 P. Price, butcher 28 J. Jones. butcher 29 .Thos. Evans, dealer in cheese, bacon, &c. 30. D. Roberts, Butcher 31, 32 Edward Owen, Butcher John Jones, Market Keeper. PRIVATE RESIDENCES, &c., Bryn-v-Bia.G. Felton, Esq. Private. Shimdda-hir-Mrs Sankey, Oaklands, Kent (Private Penrhyn. Mrs. Phillips. Private. Bodafon.J. Williams, Esq. Private. Tan'rallt.Andrew Schofield, Esq. Private. Gloddaeths. G. Walker, Esq. Private. Bodysgallen.M. D. Hollins, Esq. Private. Marie. W. Pilkington, Esq. Private. Pabo. Miss Whitehead. Private. Shot Cottage, Tywyn..Private. Treganwy.J. Ll. Jones, Esq. Private. Bryn Binarth.Jos. Radcliffe, Esq., Private Colwyn-howe Private. £ wU-n~ Cmhon.Private.