TALYLLYN ItAILWAY FROM TOWYN TO ABERGYNOLWYN (NARROW GAUGE—2FT 3IN). THE Terminus of the Railway, ABERGYNOLWYN, forms a convenient starting point for the ascent of CADEK IMRlSand is onK 3| miles frimT nvc rnel Hotel, TALY7LLY N LAKE, thus bringlog the v'sitor a rn V "parr" t>^ 111 a v other route. Other objects of interest in the immediate neighbourhond-The B ynegl v\ s Mat- Q ) the vill ye of L'aotil angel v Pen- ant, most p ctireeque in its antiquity, with the cele "ftei BIRD HO K r.ni tip noi. t CAS 1ELL-Y-BERE (Ber- Castle) close by. Fishing in D'dgoco S r in ii v t, i »» t i»-n. b. t een Talvlly n & Abergvnol < y n. PENYBONT HOTKL. TA L-YLLYN. POSTAL ADDRESS-COn n IS, u c' J-XEGKAPHIC ADPKESS—ABERGYNOLWYN. This Hotel, wh;c', i at tt, st. end t t < tr. ],, k jourists, Visitors, and I'voOi-t- fi I an in ,t,ti ayi(i comfoit at niode at- c'lrge, Guides for Cader [ I). I'o ing. L k and Ri., i ti on free to Visitois at the Ho « 1 r>- 'k i *o- "= ,=-r':=-= -0: CORRIS RAILWAY. CHARMING RIVER, LAKE, AND MOUNTAIN SCENERY. RAIL AND COACH TRIPS BY THE POPULAR ROUTE TO CADER IDRIS & TALYLLYN LAKE. CONVEYANCES TWICE DAILY7 BETWEEN CORRIS AND I'ALYLLYN LAKE GOOD FISHING CENTRE SALMON, SEWIN, TROUT CHEAP THROUGH TICKETS FROM PRINCIPAL CAMBRIAN STATIONS Full Partcilar-, P'lfPO, • to fr m Messrs WRETLEY & SONS and Mr H. H. DAYIES, Photo- grapher. ABERYSTWY H a, d MR JOHN EY.-iNS, St.Horn r. Mr D E -lam s. C-mist St. Ann's Buildings, and Mrs ARNFIF.LD. MiHc Warem.use, BARMOUTH, an.. MI C H. YOUNG. Photo- gr ph'rJOWYN. > 1 >MRPOVEY aod DOLGELLEY. I ) BORTH, NEAR ABERYSTWYTH, THE p a ivrT^T^T XT TTflTPT facing Sea four miles hard Sandy Beach. Late Dinner French Chef. JLJL-U3JLX-)JLVJL JJLVJ JLiLJU, Inclusive Boarding Terms, from 6s. 6d. a dav. 104b] HOHENBl KG, Proprietor.
WILLIAM ROWLANDS BEGS to csll the attention of Visitors, t and others to his s'ock of Meat, BEEF, MUTTON, PORK, VEAL. B, st q,iality of Meat at the lowest Market price. 2, Terrace-road, ABERDOYEY. THE D O Y E Y HOTEL, A B E R D O V E I. ESTABLISHED 1729. THE ONLY HOTEL WITHIN FOUR MIXES OF THE FAMOUS DOYEY GOLF LINKS. LUNCHEONS, TEAS, AND DINNERS. POSTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. HOTEL BUS MEETS ALL THE TRAINS. BOTTLERS OF BASS'S ALE AND STOUTS. ALSO STONE GINGER BEER FIRST CLASS BILLIARD TABLE. EXERIENCED WAITERS KEPT. MODERATE CHARGES. MRS LEWIS DAVIES, bI06 Proprietress.
CENTRAL BUILDINGS, HIGH ST., E. & J. W. KOBERTS, FISHMONGERS, POULTERERS, AXD GAME DEALERS, Noted for Poultry supplied daily from the principal farms of the locality Ali kiuds of fresh Fish in season. Salmon from local riveis. MARINE HOTEL, CRICCIETH. FACING SEA. TERMS FROM 7s 6d per day. Miss COOPER, 98 Proprietress. RAILWAY H or EL, i CRICCIETH. Adjoining Station ceutrally situated. CLOSE AND OPEN CARRIAGES. I Experienced Drivers (Liveried if required). BEST BOTTLED ALES, STOUT, eto. 100 J, S. GRIFFITHS, Proprietor. TRY WILLIAMS'S STORES, THE NOTED HOUSE FOR HIGH CLASS GROCERIES & PROVISIONS, CASTLE STREET, CRICCIETH. -99 J. W. BOWEN, M.P.S. (From Dr Evans's, Dublin, Chemist to H.R.H. the Prince of Wales), CHEMIST AND WINE MERCHANT, m EDICAL HALL, CRICCIETH, Established 1867. BASS'S ALE. GUINNESS'S DUBLIN STOUT. P.S.-All prescriptions most carefully dispensed by the Proprietor himself, who has had years of experience in the best establishments in England and Ireland. Any articles not in stock procured at once. Parcels from London daily. GENUINE HAND-LOOM WELSH TWEEDS AND LINSEYS. ROYAL EISTEDDFOD PATRONIZED BY LS £ HER ROYAL HIGHNESS PRIZE MEDALS, JM THE PPJNCESS OF WALES, ABERYSTWYTH, 1865. C. ALSO NOBILITY, CLERG\, Y AND GENTRY THROUGHOUT CHESTER, 1866. Wy ENGLAND AND WALES. :IV JOHN MEYRICK JONES, MANUFACTURER OF WELSH WEBS AND TWEED CLOTHS, DOLGELLEY. FLANNELS LINSEYS, BLANKETS. PATTERNS SENT BY POST TO ANY ADDRESS. EAGLE HOTEL, DOLL STREET, MACHYNLLETH. THIS HOTEL is beautifully Furnished throughout and has all modern conveniences two minutes' walk from Station ten minutes' walk from the celebrated Dovey River. Tourists, Anglers, Cyclists, and Excursionists visiting the town cannot do better than pay this Hotdt A V161T' ALLSOPP & SON'S INDIAN PALE ALE AND STOUT IN BOTTLES AND ON DRAUGHT. WINES, SPIRITS, CIGARS, AND TABLE WATERS OF THE FINEST QUALITY ALWAYS IN STOCK. PROPRIETO R— MALDWYN HUMPHREYS.
BALA. THE WEATHER.—The weather for the last few days has been beautiful and all the farmers of the district are exceptionally busy with the hay harvest. There has also been a large influx of visitors to the town during the last week. EXCURSION.—On Thursday last the members of the Zion C.M. Chapel, Oswestry, visited Bala for their annual trip. The weather was very line. The excursionists enjoyed themselves very much and admired the beautiful scenery of the district The superintendent of the ,chllol, Mr Roberts, kindly provided all the m.m bel" with an excellent tea which was given at the Vestry Roan of the C.M. Chapel. BOARD OF GUARDIANS, SATURDAY, JULY 15TH. —Present: Mr Evan .loin s, -I.P., chairma í; Miss Parry iuthe vice-ahair; Mrs Price, Mrs Parry, Mrs Morris, Messrs R,,b^rt Hug"es, L. ,J. Davies, J. J. EdwaV; Robert Tho iiii', Robert Divies, Daniel Robet s; J. R. Jones, clerk; T R. Dakiu, assistant cl-ik Eiwar i Jones relieving officer, and G. Roberts, master. Statistics.— Amount of out-r lief adinini tered during the past per Mr Edward Jones, £ 31 llsGd to 136paup^ s; c rresponding eriod last year, £ 35 7« Id to 160 ^.upers Number of vagrants relieved during the p :st torcntght, 17 as compared with 30 corresponding I)erlo(I last year. Number of inmates in the Hou-e nlng the past week. 19; corresponding week list YeAr 25. The balance in the treasurer's hand" was £ 221 13s lid, and checiues were signed f ir fl39 Ss d, The House.—Mrs Prtc" and Mrs Parry reported that they had visite, I the H',llse that day aud found all satisfactory and IOK'I.—Th^ Mast r reported that Mr J, O. Jones, Tyddynuchat, Llawryliettws, applied ,for the lad Thomas John Evans (14) from the House.—It wa- deeided that the bv be allowed to go, the Ma-t r to supply liitii with clothes and the case to be r< con -idered in a year Report.—Mr Bircham, the Local Government Board's inspector, visited the HOIle aud m de the following entry in the visi-or: book: "I have this day inspected the Workhouse. There are several place where the damp comes in through waits and ceilings These "hould be rep sired with- out further delay. Painting is required also to woodwork and tronglllng outside esptcially, though inside as weil should be dnne. lhere is no economy in letting a building go to the bad from wwit of timely rep iirs. These matters appear to have been referred to the Building Committee as long ago as February last. I was surprised to find I the vagranc wards not yet occupied. I do hope the Guardians will njw see that the contractor finishes off. Locks, etc., are wanted on the doors and the requisite furniture should be obtained. The beds should be the small iron vagrant beds now supplied for the special purpose and besides five for the cells, four more should be cbtaiued for the associated ward for surplus cases and no wooden beds or benches should be put up "—With respect to the vagrant ward, Mr R. Lloyd Jones, the architect, informed the Guardians that he had re- quested the contractor to complete the wards with- out further delay, and at a subsequent interview, the contractor had promised to finish and deliver up this work without any further delay.- With reference to the other remarks of Mr Bircham, a report was submitted by Mr R. Lloyd Jones of all the work to be done at the Workhouse.—It was decided that the whole work be entrusted to Mr Lloyd Jones and that he should procure tenders.— A report was read from Denbigh Asylum of the condition of paupar lunatics in the Asylum charge- able to Bala Union for the half-year ending 30th June last. Correspondence —Letters were read from the West Ham Town Council re national old-age pen- sions and education and from the Municipal Insurance Corporation Limited, enclosing scheme consisting of municipal insurance conducted on mutual lines. They were ordered to be laid on the table. A letter was read from the Guardians of the North Biorley Union, asking support to Sir Fortescue Fiannery's Bill to constitute chairmen of boards of guardians ex-officio justices of the peace. It was decided to support the Bill. URBAN COUNCIL (Adjourned Meeting), TUES- DAY, JFLY IITII.-Prestnt Mr R. W. Roberts, J.P. (chairman), Mr J. W. Roberts (vice-chair- man), Messrs R. Lloyd Jones, W. T. Jones, David Jones (joiner), H. 1,1. Davies, M. J. Jones, Ed. Jones, Evan Jones, T. R. Dakin (assistant clerk), and D. R. Roberts (surveyor). Library.—The Library Committee submitted a ^st of English and Welsh books which they recom- meudod the Council to purchase for the library. The list was approved of and instructions were given that the librarian should advertise for tenders for supplying the books. Plans.—The ground plan of the proposed new houses to be built by Mr Evan Jones opposite the Boys County School were again considered and the Street and Sanitary Committees which had been appointed to consider the question of reconstruct ing the main sewer which goes under the proposed new houses submitted their report in which they stated that on the recommendation of the Clerk they suggested that the Council should propose to Mr Evan Jones that he should do the alteration to the drain as mentioned by him. if he would pay half the cost.—After a lengthy discussion, it was ultimately resolved upon the motion of Mr J. W. Roberts, seconded by Mr H. LI. Davies, that the plans he approved of subject to adequate provision being made for flood water and also easy access to the public sewer in convenient places. The whole work to be done to the Eatisfaction of the Surveyor. Miscellaneous.—On the motion of Mr W. T. Jones, seconded by Mr Edward Jones, it was re- solved that in future the authority of -engaging and discharging workmen of the Council be left to the Surveyor.—Tne Water Committee submitted their report with reference to the water pipes, but it wan decided that the consideration thereof be deferred and the meeting was consequently adjourned to Fr'day evening, July 14th. URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL (Adjourned Meet ing), FRIDAY, JULY 14TH. — Present Mr R. W. Robert". J.P., chairman Air J. W. Roberts, vice-chairman Messrs D. W. Jones, Edward Jones, H. LI. Davies, R. Lloyd Jones, W. T. Jones, T. R. Dakin, assistant clerk, and D. R. Roberts, surveyor. Water -The Water Committee presented their report on the desirability of having the main pipes laid in certain streets, and also of recon- structing some of the present main water pipes. The Surveyer had prepared a careful and volumin- j ous report ar d submitted a scheme of carrying out the work.—The Committee had considered the scheme of the Surveyor and they now submitted the following report :-(I) That the repoit of the Surveyor be accepted and adopted, but that the circulation should be completed and every sub main connected with the main at each end. (2) That we invite tenders for carrying out the whole work. (3) That the Surveyor prepare i-a detailed specification, etc,, for that purpose. On the motion of Mr J. W. Roberts, seconded by Mr Edward Jones, part 1 of the above report was adopted.—With reference to part 2, in which the Committee recommended that tenders be invited for doing the work, some discussion ensued.—Mr Edward Jones proposed that this part of the Com- mittee's report should also be adopted, but no one seconded the motion therefore the recom- menoation tell through.—On the motion of Mr J. \V. Roberts, seconded by Mr Edward Jones, part 3 of the report was adopted. It was also de- cided. on the motion of Mr J. W. Roberts, seconded by Mr D. W. Jonps, that the Surveyor should aUo prepare au estimate of the c 1st of carrying out the work in sections.—Yv7ith respect to procuring money for defraying the cost of doing the work, it was decided, upon the motion of Mr R. Lloyd Jones, seconded by Mr R W. Roberts, that the Finance Committee be asked to prepare a report of the financial position of the Council at the end of this month and also an estimate of what will be the probable financial state of the Council at the end of the year, together with any suggestion they could recommend a to what would be the best means of procuring the requisite sum for de- fraying the cost.—On the recommendation of the VVater Committee, it was decided to erect a wooden shed with corrugated iron roofing in Plasey-street for keeping the new water van. Life-Saving Corps. Te following letter was read from Dr Williams with reference t* this sub- ject After recent events which have hap- pened in the vicinity vf the Bala district, I should like to call your attention to the necessity of organising a life saving corps. I understand that you have already in contemplation the formation of a fire brigade and I suggest that these two could be united in one organisation and that a meeting be called for the purpose of starting the move- ment. I have not the slightest doubt but that the ) number required would be forthcoming and a very able corps could be got up.The Chairman said if they decided to establish a life-saving corps, it would not mean any ccst to the Council. The only thing was that it was thought it would per- haps be more permanent if under the auspices of the C.,I. H. LI. Davies thought it would be better to defer the question until the next Councd, as it came rather sudden and no cne had thought of it.—Mr Lloyd Jones said that he be- lieved everyone would understand the question immediately, as it was quite simple. —Mr W. T. Jones suggested that as the Committee which had the question of forming a fire brigade were to sub- mit a report to the next Council, that this matter should be entrusted to that Committee and that they should report thereon.—Mr Lloyd Jones said he was quite willing for that course to be taken.— Mr H. LI. Davies then proposed and Mr R. Lloyd Jones seconded that the letter be referred to the above-mentioned Committee and that they should report thereon at tne next meeting of the Council. —It A-as also decided to ask Dr Williams to join ,he Cominittee,On the motion of Mr R. Lloyd Jones, seconded by Mr J. W. Roberts, it was de- cided to make an application to the G. W.R. Com- pany to askthemtostop the9-30a.m. passenger train ex Paddington at Bala Junction to set down pas- sengers from beyond Birmingham.
PWLLHELI. HARVESTING.—Farmers are just now busy har- vesting their hay. Good crops are reported gener- ally. st-CCE,SS.-Dr John Ellis Griffith, eldest son of Mr Ellis Griffith of the" Ship," has just passed and fully qualified in London as L. R C.P., M.R.C S., and L.S A. CONGREGATIONAL.—The new English Congrega- tional Church in Cardiff road has been completed and the holding of services there has been com- menced. OBITCARy.-The deaths took place on Saturday night, within an hour of each other, of Mrs Catherine Roberts of Abererch-road and Mrs Pritchard. hy House, Pwllheli. The former leaves a husband and nine children, mostly young, and the !a:ter a husband and three grown up children. ALA-ROAD PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.—Miss M. E. Jones, Eifl Temperance Hotel, sang a solo at the eveniug servic in this church on Sunday evening last. It has been arranged by the pastor, the Rev E. Myrddin Rees, to have a solo sung at every Sun- (lay evening service throughout the season. TOWN COUNCIL.—The Town Council deputed Mr G. Cornelius Roberts, The Maes, to go to Ireland to purchase two horses for the purpose of drawing the tram cars along the South-beach embankment tram line. The animals were purchased and boxed to Chwilog Station last week. SEAWEED.—There is an accumulation of seaweed in the Harbour just now and the smell therefrom is neither pleasant nor agreeable. The Town Council gave instructions some time ago that the harbour was to be kept free from similar accumulations. TRIPS.—Two good trains of excursionists from Nantlle, Festiniog, Penrhyndeudraeth, and Min- ffordd, numbering about 1,600, arrived here on Mon- day last. The day was fine and the trippers, who spent their time in the town and went to Llan- bedjpg by Messrs S. Andrews and Son's trams, re- turning highly delighted with their outing. SACRED CONCERT.— A sacred concert, the first of a ceries to be held every Sunday evening through- out the summer season, was held last Sunday nignt (after the usual Sunday services were over in all the places of worship) in the West-end Assembly ) Room by the Male Voice Choir of the Y. M. A. ( The hall was fairly full. A silver eollection was 1 made. ] THE PWLLHELI DISASTER. I INQUEST AND VERDICT. L At the Pwllheli Police Court, on Monday, Dr Hunter Hughes held an inquiry into the cause of the deaths of twelve persons who lost their ltves in the bay opposite South Beach, on the 1st July. Superintendent Jones said that the inhabitants of South-beach showed every kindness and readi- j ness in providing hot-water bottles and blankets. Every effcrt was made by Drs Samuel Griffiths 1 (Pwllheli), William Thomas (Nevin), and Rees to 1 restore animation. William Jones Roberts, William Peters, R. Williams, Robert Thomas, John Jones, John Hughes, and others gave evi- clence. The Coroner, in summing up, said it was quite clear to him that the boat was a new* and strong one. The owner was an experienced hand. The boat was brought from Portmadoc to Pwllheli over the bay, which was enough to prove that it was a good boat An experienced boatman had said the boat wculd easily carry from eight to nine adults. The aggregate weight in it on the fatal day would not come up to the weight of nine adults, as most of those on board were children, some of them very young. The boat started properly from the beach, John Hughes assisting in geting through the surf and afterwards sitting on the bow of the boat with his hands over the side to balance her. In about forty minutes the weather j changed and became boisterous. A little sea came over the side of the boat and one of the children got terrified and called out to John Hughes. His father, John Hughes, jumped over the boatman and the next seat and went into the stern. Robert Thomas called on him in the name of God to keep quiet, but the boat capsized. The accident would not have happened had it not been for the conduct of the unfortunate John Hughes. It was not surprising that an accident happened under such circumstances. It would have been safer not to have gone so far into the bay, but the boat was safe enough for the place barring acci- dents and if all kept their seats. It was swamped through John Hughes changing his seat when the boitt was on the point of returning. All the people on the beach rendered every possible help. It was j in absolute lie that Peters called for help and that 10 one gave any assistance. It was a reflection up- 30 the good name of the Pwllheli people who did ill they could on the occasion. The Coroner then ['eferred to the bylaws and said that what the Local 8-oyeromect Board had were only optional and would not be of any benefit for a place like that. If the parliamentary representatives of the Council md borough took the matter up statutory powers might be got again on the line of the clause that was in the Pwllheli Corporation Improvement Bill, 1897. The boatman agreed to take nine persons into the boat, but they kidnapped three others there, thus casting responsibility upon themselves as to the accident. The Coroner did not think that they could find anyone legally responsible for the accident. There should be a mortuary in the town. It was most objectionable to take bodies to 1 private house. The jury found that the deceased met their deaths by accident, which was caused by a sudden change of weather bringing on a cross sea, and aggravated by John Hughes moving from the bow af the boat tc the stern against the orders ef the boatman. The Council snould erect a mortuary in the place and the Council should again apply for statutory powers to regulate pleasure boats, &c.
Mrs Gladstone m, t wiih an alarming- accident while taking her drive on Monday. The pony carriage wasapproachiug the viilageof Hawarden on the return jouruey when the animal swerved and the carriage was thrown into a cutting where a water main was being laid. Mrs Gladstone for- tunately escaped with a shaking. Hcorres- pondenr, Oil enquiry at Hawarden Castle last evening, was informed that lie iii effects had been felt by Mrs Gisdstone as tut 1 esult of the accident.
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