DICK'S BOOTS ARE THE BEST £ 222 Excel all others for Honest Value, Sound Reliable Wear. Unequalled for StSe and Comfort. Highest Grade for Ladies and Gentlemen. The U Perfecta" Brand, made in our own Factory. I Most Modern Designs I and Shapes, j With the old fashao?od I quality of a?ate?!a!. BOOTS for Country Wear The Dryfoot & Holdfast Brands Perfectly Waterproof. I Agent for the T i1 NOTED K BOOTS 7 ? an d I DR. JAEGER'S ? BOOTS & SHOES. ¡ ￼ I Boys' & Grls' BOOTS. I-Iapdweap and Nature Form REPAIRS A SPECIALITY. FAMILY BOOTS STORES. High Street, Barmouth. Bon S?aL?che? Barmouth (OPPOSITE THE MAIN ENTRANCE TO THE RAILWAY STATION). For all the Latest Novelties of the Season in LADIES and GENTS' OUTFIT BLOUSES, OLLARETTES, GLOVES, CORSETS, HOSIERY, TIES, &c. Ladies and Gents. Tailoring to measure a Speciality NOTE THE ADDRESS- E. ROBERTS, General and Fallcy Draper MOTTO-S.P.O.R.-S mall Profits-Quick Returns. FESTINIOG RAILWAY. I EVERY WEDNESDAY & SATURDAY Commencing November 12tb, 1913, and until further notice, CHEAP DAY RETURN TICKETS will be issued to TANYBWLCH I (for Maentwrog), TANYGRISIA U (For^Ascent of Moelvvyn), and BLAENA U FESTINIOG (for the Slate Quarries), Via MINFFORDD. Twelve Miles Mountain Climbing through ENCHANTING SCENERY Times of starting from YARMOUTH 7.45 a.m., 10.10 a.m., and 12.25 a.m. Third Class Return Fai-eps. Passengers return same day by any train having a through connection. FESTINIOG SLATE QUARRIES. By kind permission of the Oakeley Slate Quarries Co.. Ltd., and Messrs J. W. Greaves and Son, Ltd., passengers will be allowed to see the far-famed quarries belonging to them, including Block Splitting and making of Slates. F. G. CRICK, Portmadoc, Traffic Manager. April 1914. Park Road New Steam Caundrp. PROPRIETRESS: MRS. BORTHWICK. All kinds of Laundry work done on the shortest notice, at reasonable charges DYEING AND CLEANING, Special quotations for Hotels and large families IMPORTANT. THE best and most direct route to CANADA is to book per H. R. DAVSES, Manchester House, BARMOUTH, who has been appointed sole represen- tative to The Allan Royal Mail Steamers and The Canadian Pacific CQ. For the Best Series of View Post Cards Go to the Original Stationers and Publishers- J. EVANS & NEPHEW, High Street, Who have an unlimited Stock of Framed Views, Purses, Dorothy Bags, Guide Books, Maps, &c., &c.; .al&o Agents for !1i ihflA wmims c:;¡', AND SWEETS IMPORTANT NOTICE TEA! TEA!! TEA! Indian, China, Ceylon. AT LONDON MARKET PRICES Free Samples Always Supplied. Apply D. ROBERTS, 4, King's Orescent, Barmouth FOR i PRICE jl L!ST" FOR a! LIST. SMEMBiNS BELTS and H?RKESS II USE BIFURCATED RIVETS. No need to punch holes. Simply !fi k drive Rivets, and bend back the prongs. Neat and strong. Of all local I rOIl- mongers. or send 1/. for box (assorted) to H Bifurcated and JubKlir Pivet Co., Ltd.. ? ￼ ? Ryiesbt!? Buc?, At TER LLOYD JONES, Auctioneer & Appraiser, BEGS to announce that be is open to conduct Sales by Auction of upon reasonable Terms. PROMPT SETTLEMENTS GUARANTEED Apply to WALTER LLOYD JONES, King Edward Street, or MR. dOHN ROBERTS, Ripon Mouse, Barmouth ￼ EDWIN BLAKYE, G.E., M.I.E.E., Engineer, Architect, Surveyor, and Estate Agent, JUBILEE ROAD. BARMOUTH. The Cardigan Bay Property Journal. containing particulars of Land and Houses for Sale or to be Let, also Houses to be Let Furnished, sent post free on receipt of one stamp. Valuations made for Mortage Probates &c. Telegrams—"BLA.KEY" Barmouth
THE RESULTS OF ADVERTISING. ONE hears so much nowadays of advertising, and advertising com- mittees, that it might be perti- nent to make a few remarks here on that subject. We feel certain that the advertising schemes put into execution during the last few years have done an inesti- mable amount of good, but we wonder how many of our readers have thought of the bioscope as one of the chief means of adver- tising a principality such as the Cardigan Bay Coast. Mere photographs—excellent as they are in many ways—are yet not to be compared to the infinitely more realistic and accurate bioscope. A person not knowing such a district as ours might see a beautiful photograph of the Viaduct and yet hesitate to pay the town a visit. For travellers know well that such a town as Constantinople, for example, photographed from a distance- and even actually seen from a distance—presents a most allu- ring picture, but a visit to the town itself is disappointing in the extreme, for the only pic- turesqueness lies in the people themselves, fthe town and its immediate surroundings being absolutely void of scenery that pertains to being either beautiful or magnificent. But the bioscope dispels any such any such illu- sion where there is beauty, the speotator perceives it in its entirely; where there is absence of beauty, that likewise is re- vealed. The visitor to a bioscope exhibition would see not only Barmouth Viaduct but glimpses of the quaint little town itself- the grand mountains protecting it from evil, and the deep blue sea lapping its shore. Scenes such as these would convince him that Barmouth would be the the most charming spot in the world to spend his holiday. Could not our Local Adver- tising Association approach Mr John Walters, the popular and genial manager of the Art Picture House, with a view of him show- ing scenes and photos of Bar- mouth in his numerous Picture Halls at Bury and Bacup in Lancashire, and such efforts would be duly appreciated by the townspeople of Barmouth.
BARMOUTH LISTENS. Barmouth listens when a neighbour speaks, for there could be no more straightforward, honest evidence than the word of one who lives here amongst us. It is a Barmouth resident who speaks here. On January 30b, 1909, Miss C. Ded. with, of 3, Bortbwen Terrace,Barmouth, said :—" I have suffered a great deal from sharp, cutting pains in my back, which used to come on regularly every day. Sometimes they were severe and tantalising, just in the small of my back, and afterwards ia my left shoulder. "At times I was attacked by dizzi. ness, and I thought I would fall. I could not sleep well, and as can be imagined I was getting into a thoroughly run down state. Reading of Doan's backache kidney pills and the good they were doing others, I determined to try them my- self. I am glad to say I did so, for when I bad taken nearly one box of the medi- cine I found myself altogether better. I had less trouble with my back, I could sleep better and the dizzy spells ceased to attack me. I got so well after a while, being free of kidney complaint, that I stopped taking Doan's backache fidney pills, but I always keep a box of them handy in case of need. I am very glad to have this opportunity of testi- fying to their value. (Signed) C. Dedwith." On December 18th, 1912—nearly three years latei--Miss Dedwith said I am pleased to say my health is in- deed very good and I keep quite free, of those trying pains I was subject to in my back." Price 2/9 a box 6 boxes, 13/9 of all dealers, or from Foster, McClellan Co., 8, Wells-street, Oxford-street, Lon- don, W. Don't ask for Backache and Kidney Pills-ask distinctly for Doan's Backache Kidney Pills, the same as Miss edwith had.
On Monday afternoon a girl named Ada Bell, thirteen, fell down a cliff 100ft high at Sewerby, near Bridlington. The tide was out, and she was immediately attended and conveyed to the Lloyd Hospital at Bridlington. It is feared she has been internally injured, but no bones were broken. Itoppears that the girl was playing with other children near the edge of the corroding cliff when she stumbled and fell over.