ZLO 3EKO e PERFEST FITTING MT!HC!M. TEETH. PERFECT PAINLESS EXTRACIIOf18c <I> ADVICE FREE. BARMOUTH BRANCH: EVERY MONDAY. III Mp THOMAS, 2, HIGH BTREET ? WORK GUARANTEED: FIVE YEARS. —-— TERMS TO SUIT PATIENTS CONVENIENCE. ?TL?'??'?C?! J? THPc?T?Hf??? 'T?l??l??? \jrClJLt3i.?i. R. DIES, General & Fancy Draper, Oxford ues, BARMOUTH. Appointed Agent to the famous Allan Line R.N. Steamers to Canada and all parts of America. Also District Agent for the a Canadian Pacific Royal Mail Steamers Passage may be bool:ed direct to any parts of Canada, Ocean and Rail- way combined.. & ???-.? '?'?%?. ?.' /,?'. -?? ?*' ? .??w? For the Best Series of View Poat Cards Go to the Original Stationers and Publishers— J. EVANS & NEPHE'II, High Stpeet, Who have an unlimited Stock of Framed Views, Purses, Dorothy Bags, Guide Books, Maps, &c., &c.; atso Agents for ? ???? SMGMTES AND SWEETS W.- A. MATON, AFt Dealer and 1, PAVILION, Marine Parade, BARMOUTH. Pictures and Photographs Framed. Also a selection of Water Color Drawings and Oil j Paintings for Sale.. .High-Class Portraiture at I Moderate Prices. Out-door Photographs taken by appointment. I MIN-Y-MOR STEAM LAUNDRY Write or call for Price List. lHvery kind of Laundry Work done on the shortest notice, at reasonable prices. Dry-CIeaning a Speciality. PROPR!ETOR8 MR. & MRS. BEER. Advertise in the" Bar- mouth Advertiser." It will pay you. NEWTOWM, N.Walts THE ANNUAL AMATEUR ATHLETIC SPORTS AND I' USICAL FESTIVAL, I Saturday, June 27th. Commencing at 2.30 p.m. BRASSBAND CONTEST AND Male Voice Choir Com- petition. THE FAMOUS BRITISH AVIATOR, MR. fRANK GOODDEN, willgivea j GRAND EXHIBITION OF PiI'II AEROPLANE LOOPING THE LOOP and UP-SIDE-DOWN FLYIN G ADMISSION: 1-80 to 6 p.m., 1/. after 6 p.m., 6d. TBHBBE t& BARIAOUTH Stam Laundrp. PROPRIETRESS: MR8.BOR7HW!C!(. All kinds of Laundry work done on the shortest notice, at reasonable charges DYEING AND CLEANING Special quotations for Hotels and large families ALAS ASSURANCE COMPANY, LTD. HEAD OFFICE: CHEAPSIDE, LONDON. i' FIRE LIFE ACC6DEMT BURGLARY Founded in the Reign of George III Liverpool Branch: 4, Chapel Street Agents: R. LLEWELYN OWEN, BARMOUTH I W. 0. GfALE, HIGH ST., BAR MOUTH j t 'VVANTED, j _? V?T?NT?D C?AFFEUR?o dL?e ￼ ? VT Fo?d Car Private. Apply, ¡ Gem Jones, Estate OfRce, Fnirbourne, I Merioneth. IIJRIVArE COIJLmCTOH wants fine -L Specimen Old Cbinn, Eaame! or Copper, Oid Cuioured P:int,s. Wt'ite fit'stiy—Simmonds, Dudley Vilia, Bryn- y-moi.' Road, ¡berystwyth. TO BE LET. — rjpo LET,—Immediate possession,— -1. TANYGRISIAU, a iarge Ware- house, laLey in the occupation of Mr. C. Roberts, Iron monger, London House. 3, COTTAGES at GIanHyn, latey in occup&.tion of Messrs. Wm. Finnigan 0. Davies, and John Williams.—Apply to 0. W. MORRIS, GIangiasfor. APAFITMENTS. 'i.TURNISIIED HOUSETO" LET ? i containing 1 sitting room, pariour and 4 bedrooms. Near Beach and Post Omce. Appip, J.W, of6ce of this paper COMFORTABLT1] APARTMENTS at c 4, Epwortb Terrace. Centrally situated. Appiy, Mrs Wm. Roberts. PARTMENT S.-C lose to Protiien- A ade and Station. Moderate terms. Apply, Mrs Morris G. Roberts, 1, Northneid Road. PARTMENTS.-Pembi,c)li(, lf(!Use -1 Barmoutu, 10 Bedroom S Sitting-rooms. Commands an excellent view oi'the Estuory and Cader Idris Range of Mountains. Five Minutes walk from Station and Two Minutes from Beach Apply,—Mrs In!?pt. Walrin Owen. ?THY ° L D R?IFs DRESSMAEI NG e Smocking and Embroidering at moderate prices. Mrs. Cburcbley, Goilen, Marine Gardens. The" ART" PICTURE HOUSE, Pavilion, Promenade, BARMOUTH. The most comfortable and up-to-date ——— Picture House in Wales. ADMISSION: '°? ?? ?X?S J8? ???? a?a? ??B ?& %??ia TO-NIGHT THURSMY/FRIMY, SATURDAY, MRM!i!A STOLEN FORMULA. And BLACiK BEAUTY NEXT WEEK MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNE8MY. rand Picture Programme. NIGHTLY AT 8 P.M. MATINEES, Wednesday & Saturday, at 3. Also Travel, Comic and Comedy, includ- ing the Finest Coloured Cinematographs EXPERT PROJECTION.-See Pictures as they ought to be seen under Ideal Conditions. We are sLudying your comforts and are determined top!ease you. Don't Forget The Pavilion Billiard Saloon Two Tablet) open Daily, from 10 a.tta. to S! p.FM. J. FOULKES &JONESSON MANCHESTER HOUSE, BARMCUTH. Ladies' & Gent's Tailors and Outiitters an d Fancy Drapers. WORE DONE ON THE PREMISES. FIT, STYLE AND WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED. CHARGES MODERATE.
BARMOUTH COUNCIL. s I SPECIAL MEETING. THE PUBLIC LIGHTING OF THE TOWN. A LONG SITTING. THE COUNCIL'S WORKMEN AND OVERTIME. PROPOSAL FOR TWO YOUTHS TO SWEEP THE STREETS. PROPOSED NEW COUNCIL PREMISES. A special meeting of the above Council WitS held on Tuesday night, Pre- sent Mr Rbys Jones, J.P., chairman Mr J. Pt'yee Jones, vice-chairman Messrs John Morgan, Owen Witiiams, Henry Freeman, David 0. Hughes; and Dr. J. Pugb Jones with Messrs R. Lieweiyn Owen, deputy clerk T. R. Parry, surveyor, and John Robert, rate coUector. CONDOLENCE. On the proposition of the Chairman, votes of condolence were passed with Mr Edward Williams (a member of the Counci!) on the death of bis son, and ?alsowith Mr William George (clerL) on the death of bis two-year-oidson. The votes of condolence were passed by the members upstanding. PUBLIC LIGHTING. The Works Committee reported that Mr Kershaw, the gas manager, bad at- tended the Committee with reference to the public lighting of the town. The Committee recommended that during the summer months the first public lamp should be put out at 10 50 p.m., and at 9.50 during the winter months The recommendation was adopted on the proposition of Mr John Morgan, seconded by Mr Owen Williams, and a vote of thanks was accorded to Mr Ker- sbaw for .Jcetiog the Committee. A letter was read from Mr R. Wood- ford, secretary to the Barmouth Gas Company, stating that he had now laid the matter before his Board who had instructed him to say that although the price of coal and jotber materials bad considerably increased since they lash quoted the Council, they should be pleased to enterinto an agreement simi- lar to the last for lighting 118 lamps for a period of three years for the sum of £184 15s Od, including the suppky of gas, lighting, extinguishing and cleaning. Also the supply of all mantles, etc. This being on the same terms as hitherto. After some discussion it was decided to accept the offer of the Gas Company, it being understood that the maintenance of the lamps was included in the price. In reply to a question, the Deputy Clerk said that it was essential that an advertisement should be inserted in a paper. On the proposition of Dr J. Pugb Jones, seconded by Mr John Morgan, it was decided to insert an advertisement in the Bq)-ii,ioitth Ad,ve?-tisci,. PLANS. It was reported that the Works Com- mittee bad approved of the plans of a" Smithy to be erected at Graigfacb by Mr William Jones. THE COUNCIL'S WORKMEN. The Worlds Committee recommended that the Council's workmen should work on Saturdays till 1 p.m.,and for any work done after that hour they should be paid at the rate of Cd an hour. Also no work to be done after 12 p.m., on Saturday nights, and that the Surveyor should have fuii power to arrange the hours of working. Dr. J. Pugh Jones enquired what led to the Works Committee to make this recommendation. The Surveyor said that the Council's workmen were under the impression that he (the Surveyor) was arranging that they should leave off work at 12 noon on Saturday instead of 1 p.m., and that the one hour difference should be worked out at night time, but that was not the case. The Couocit had