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Liverpool :-Angel Hotel. The Hotel is situated opposite
the Exchange, close to Landing Stage, and within easy distance of all Stations.
Cuisine excellent. Choice Wines. Passenger Lift.-J. M. ŠIEGERS, Manager, Liverpool :-Bear's Paw Restaurant, 53, Lord Street,
Luncheons, i to 3 p.m. Teas, 3.35 to 5.30 p.m. Special Table d'Hote, 5.30 to 8 o'clock, consisting of Soup, Fish, Entree. Joint, Poultry, Sweets, Cheese. &c., 35.-ALFRED EARP,
Manager. Liverpool :-Compton Hotel, Church Street, overlooking
the gardens of the Pro-Cathedral. This Hotel, for Families and Gentlemen, occupies the finest site in the principal thoroughfare of the City. Telegrams: “Compton";
Telephones : 58-8058. WM. RUSSELL, Proprietor. Liverpool :-Exchange Station Hotel. Near the Landing
Stage and principal centres of business. Telegrams, "Station Hotel, Liverpool." Tele
phone, Nos. 0310 and 0311. Liverpool :-Falcon Restaurant, 30, Lord Street, and 25,
Cable Street. Best appointed Restaurant in Liverpool. Dinners à la carte and Table
d'Hote from 12 noon till 8 p.m.-B. W'. THISTLETHWAITE, Manager. Liverpool :-Laurence's Temperance, Commercial and
Family Hotel, 20 and 21, Clayton Square. This Hotel contains upwards of 100 rooms, including cofiee-room, private sitting-rooms, billiard and smoke rooms. The bedrooms are well ventilated and comiortably furnished. Charges strictly moderate.
Close to railway stations. Telephone : Roval 2657. Liverpool :-Shaftesbury Temperance Hotel, Mount
Pleasant, ncar Linie Street and Central Stations. 100 rooms; moderate charges : electric light. Electric trams from Landing Stage and Castle Street, near Exchange
Station, pass the door. Telegrams : "Shaftesbury Hotel, Liverpool." London - Bedford Hotel. Central position, recently re
built. Over 200 rooms. Lifts, baths, electric light throughout, three billiard tables,
conservatory, night porters. Room, table d'hôte breakfast and attendance, 5S, London :-Grand Hotel. This celebrated Hotel has been much enlarged, and many luxurious additions made. Unrivalled cuisine. Finest
Proprietors : GORDON HOTELS, Lid. London :- Hotel Victoria. High-class Hotel in most
central position, Northumberland Avenue. Proprietors: GORDON HOTELS, Ltd. Londonderry :- Ulster Hotel, Guildhall Street and Post
Office Street. First-class Family and Commercial, Recently rebuilt and fitted with alt modern appliances, Hot, Culd, and Shower Baths, Omnibus attends all trains. Tele
phone, 163.- Miss KELLY. Proprietress. Paris-Grand Hotel du Louvre. First-class. Most central
and convenient location. 300 rooms. Every modern comfort. Unrivalled cuisine and
cellar. Porthcawl:-Marine Private Hotel and Boarding House,
Inclusive terms from 30s. Ideal family house. Also Mackworth Hotel, Swansea, and
Central Hotel, Cardift. National Telephone, 0197.-R. E. JONES, Ltd., Proprietors. Portsmouth :-Miller's Solent Commercial and Family
Hotel, Hampshire Terrace, Southsea, Telephone : 297; Telegraphic Address : Miller's Hotel, Southsea. Electric cars pass the door. Five minutes from Town Station
and also from the Clarence Pier. Queenstown :-Queen's Hotel, Splendid situation opposite
the Harbour and Promenade. Re-decorated, re-furnished, Electric light throughout. 100 Bed and Sitting Rooms. American Bar, Starting place for Glengarifi and the
Lakes of Killarney. Sligo : Hotel Victoria. Patronised by His Excellency The
Lord Lieutenant Earl Dudley, the nobility and gentry. Every comfort i moderate charges. Hot and Cold Baths. Billiards ; Goli. Posting. Omnibus attends all trains.-J. A. HALL, Proprietor,
Southampton :-Dolphin Hotel, near Docks and Station.
Electric cars from Docks and Stations to Hotel. Illustrated tariff on application to
CHARLES HART. Southport :-Prince of Wales Hotel. The leading Hotel.
Near Pier. Railway Station, and Golf Links, &c. Electric Light throughout, Passenger Lift. Exquisite Cuisine. Tariff moderate, Telegrams : "Prince, Southport.1
Telephone, 15.-Manager HY, GASCOIGNE. Southsea :-Miller's Solent Hotel, Hampshire Terrace.
Telephone, 297. Telegrams : “Miller's Hotel, Southsea." Night Porter.-F.T. CLOGG,
Proprietor. Swansea :-Mackworth Hotel. The most popular house
for "Docks" gentlemen and commercials. Restaurant attached. 100 Bedrooms. 12 Billiard tables. Full licence, Bedrooms, 28. No extras. Also Central Hotel, Cardiff; Marine Hotel, Porthcawl. National Telephone, 232.-R. E. JONES, Ltd.,
Proprietors. Tunbridge Wells :-Hotel Wellington. Hôtel de Luxe of
Kent. Inland watering place, 30 miles from London. Superb scenery. H. W. Boston,
Manager. Telephone: No. 50. Garage. Warwick :-Woolpack Hotel, First-class Family and
Commercial. Much enlarged. Heated throughout in winter. Excellent stabling.
Moderate charges. (Mrs.) ANNE HALBEARD, Proprieiress. Wexford :-White's Hotel. Family and Commercial. (Es
tablished 1795). Posting in all its departments. Hearses, Mourning Coaches, &e. Tourists visiting Wexford will find at White's Hotel first-class accommodation and moderate charges. There is an extensive Posting Establishment attached, and visitors can be supplied with cars and carriages. Cycle room and Billiard room. An Omnibus
attends all trains.-Hugh McCarthy, Manager. Whitstable :-Duke of Cumberland Hotel. Billiards.
Accommodation for Motorists. Telephone, 03r. Telegrams: "Duke, Whitstable." CHARLES GREENSTED, Proprietor,
ARDROSSAN, IRVINE, TROON
Ship Brokers, Coal Exporters, Consular Agents for_France, Italy, Spain.
and Russia. Telegraphic Address—"GUTHRIES.” BELFAST, IRELAND.
M'TEAR & COMPANY, Ltd. Manufacturers of Tarred and Hair FeltsRoofing, Sarking, Sheathing and Inodorous. Foundation Felts, Shoe Felts and Boiler Felts. Builders of Circular Felt Roofs in single
spans, up to 100 ft. wide. BIRMINGHAM. HERBERT W. PERIAM, Ld.,
Manufaoturer of BOLTS, NUTS, SOREWS, RIVETS,
WASHERS, ROOFING NAILS, &C. Floodgate Street Works, Telegraphic Address: "FLOODGATE, BIRMINGHAM. BIRMINGHAM.
YOUNGS, RYLAND STREET WORKS. Patent Bolt Forcer and Propeller Starter Screw and Hydraulic Lifting Jacks, Punching Bears, Rail Benders, Hoisting Crabs, Cranes, Weston's Chain, Rope, and other Pulley Blocks, Pumps Railway Tools, Shipping Tackle & Chains.
Continental Daily Parcels Erpress Prompt delivery to order or from stock.
Official Agency of the
Belgian State Railway & Mail Packet Service F. JACKSON,
Shipping Correspondents of the American Express Co
Forwarding Shipping and Custom House Agents
Proprietors of the Stroud St. Bonded Vaults (No. 5). Victoria Foundry, Roath Dock, Tickets issued to the Continent via Ostend.
Telepbone No. 351.
Canvas, Sailcloth, Tarpaulings, Twines,
Manufacturers. “Nixon's Merthyr' Smokeless Steam Coal. Telegrams ; " PRINCES,” Dundee ;
and "MONARCH," Glasgow 'Fothergill's Aberdare' Smokeless Steam
Bakers of “MONARCH "aud" THISTLE" BRAND Coal.
CANVAS (Registered). Agents wanted. Bute Merthyr' Smokeless Steam Coal.
FOWEY. 'Duffyrn Aberdare'Smokeless Steam Coal Registered Tel. Address : “PAULLS, FOWEY,"
National Telephone No. 24.
"GALLANT," Telegraphic Address -SEMA, CARDIFF.
"COUNTESS OF JERSEY." Nrtional Telephone No. 1111.
HENRY PAULL, Managing Owner. CARDIFF
EDWARD W. TURNER, TUBES & FITTINGS. STEAMSHIP OWNER & BROKER,
Bunker Coal. A good supply of best Lancashire Steam Coal always on hand for immediate Ship ment on board Steamers, at lowest current prices.
DOCK RD., CARSTON. 24, CHAPEL ST., LIVERPOOL
Tel. Add Turner, Garston. Tel. Ad "Lookset, Liverpool 132, BUTE STREET. HANNAH STREET.
SCOTT'S CODE 1826
o recome issues care BULL'S METAL & MELLOID CO.,
HEAD OFFICES: Limited many kines' heads. Marvel
YOKER, near GLASGOW
lous value : post free, 1/1. New
Telegrams: "MELLOID," YOKER.
Bull's Metal.- Propellers, Bars, Sheels, Pump Rods, are
l'icture - Post - Card Albums Melioid (Reg. Trade Mark and Patented) - Condenset
Tubes, Plates and Stays, Boiler Tabes, Stays and Pat
Fire-bos Plates, Bars, Sheels, Valves, &c.
White Metals.-Babbitt's Plastic, Neleid White Metal
Telegrams to cgde"} Port-Glasgow.
The Clyde Shipbuilding and AMMONIA, CARBONIC CO2), and
Engineering Company, Limited. COMPRESSED AIR SYSTEMS, Used by all the leading Shipowners and Meat
Shipbuilders, Engineers, and Boilermakers, Companies throughout the world.
Ship and Yacht Repairers. THE HISLAN FOUNDRY AND ENGINEERING Co., LD.,
(Slip capable of hauling up Vesses 260 ft. lostg and Union Foundry, Derby; & 175-177, Salisbury House,
up to 1,500 gress tonnage.) London Wall, London, E.C.
Castle Works, Port-Glasgow.
106 and 108, West Regent Street. SCOTCH WHISKY DISTILLERS AND BLENDERS. P. & O. LIQUEUR SCOTCH WHISKY
(10 Years Old). BREADALBANE HIGHLAND WHISKY.
Prize Medal, Melbourne, 1888.
Motherwell, near Glasgow.
STEWARTS & LLOYDS,
94, HOPE STREET,
OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE:
41, Oswald Street, GLASGOW.
GRANGEMOUTH & GREENOCK. Hatfield, Cameron & Co., Grangemouth & Greenock Dockyard Company
SHIPBUILDERS AND SHIP REPAIRERS. MARINE INSURANCE BROKERS, Private Dry Dockat Grangem'th 275 ft.long. Public
Dry Dock, adjacent to Greenock Yard, 600 ft. long. 10, BOTHWELL STREET.
$ Telegraphic Address, "Dockyard.'
Telephone No. 11. Telegraphic Address, “HATFIELD, GLASGOW."
(Telegraphic Address, "Mainyard." Telephone, No. 1971 Argyle.
Telephone No. 359.
Oil Boilers and Refiners.
"National” Special Heary Marine Engine Oil, and Marine Cylinder Oils. Boiled Linseed Oil, Refined Rape Oil, &c.
Ships' Bottoin Compositions, Paints, &c.
NATIONAL OIL WORKS. WITH THE LATEST PATENTED IMPROVEMENTS. Specialquotations to Dealers @ Export Merchants.
Telegrams: "National, HULL."
AT PALMERS SHIPBUILDING
AND IRON Co., LTD., FANS, ENGINES, RETARDERS.
Shipbuilders, Ship Repairers, JAMES HOWDEN & CO., GLASCOW.
ENGINE BUILDERS, London Office--22, BILLITER STREET, E.C. And Iron and Steel Manufacturers. Telegrams" Houden, Glasgow." "Tangential, London."
Telegrams: "PALNERS, JARROW." GLASGOW.
KILMARNOCK, Marine Engines & Boilers
Cylinders to :0". ROSS & DUNCAN,
Locomotives. ENGINEERS & BOILER MAKERS, Highest Class Materials, Specification and WHITEFIELD WORKS, GOVAN.
Main Line requirements. On Government Lists. Telegrams-“WHITEFIELD,” Glasgow.
ANDREW BARCLAY, SONS & CO., LD., 'Telephone No. 80 Govan.
5,500,000 1.H.P. WORK.