B 0 0 T GB33 ARE THE BEST S3 =- = Excel an others for Honest Value,, Sound ReUat \0 Wear. s: s: Unequalled foil Stle and Comfoi t. Highest Grade for Ladies and Gentlemen. The" Perfecta" Brand. made in ourOWBl Factory. Most Modern DeE igns and Shapes, | W¡t the old faB?!oned I I quality of ?Mata?!aL BOOTS for I ICountpy Wear » The Dryfoot & „ Holdfast Brands Perfectly Waterproof. I Agent for the [ NOTED K BOOTS and t I ORu JAEGER'S i+ + DR. JAEGER'$ r 1 BOOTS & SHOES. 1 Boys5 & Gipis, BOOTS. Hapdwe-ap and Nature Form REPAIRS A SPECIALITY. FAMILY BOOTS STORES.' High Street, Barmouth. Bon BViafche, Barmouth (OPPOSITE THE MAIN ENTRANCE TO THE RAILWAY STATION). For all the Latest Novelties of the Season ill f 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 Fancy Draper __uumm MOTTO-S.P.Q. R. -S mall Profits—Quick Returns. i zmx-x; AsixsiMuazatsm FESTINIOG_RÄILWAY, I EVERY WEEK DAY From May 1st to July lltb, 1914, • CHEAP EXCURSION TICKETS I (availabe for One or Two Days) will be issued at Barmouth to BETTWSYCOED, LLANDUDNO, RHYL, COLWYN BAY, and other places on the NORTH .WALES COAST, via Minffordd and Blaenau Festiniog. For particulars as tc fares, &c., apply at Station. ALSO TRIPS EVERY WEEK DAY by the Far-famed Festiniog MOUNTAIN IIAILWAY through ENCHANTING SCENERY CHEAP DAY RETURN TICKETS are issued from May 1st to July 11th, 1914, as under From BARMOUTH (Via Minffordd) to TANYBWLCH (for Vale of Maentwrog), ■. TANYGRISI'A U ■ (For Ascent of Moelwyn), and BLAENAU FESTINIOG (for the Slate Quarries), Third Class Return Fare 8/- Times of starting from YARMOUTH 7.45 a.m., 10.10 a.m., and 12,25 a.m. Passengers return same day by any train having a through connection. FESTINIOG SLATE QUARRIES. By kind permission of the Oakeley, jatje 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. July, 1914. IMPORTANT. ￼ route to 1'HE best and most direct route to CANADA sbo book per H. R. DAVES, Manchester iouse, BARMOUTH, who has been appointed sole represen- tative to The Allan Royal Mail Steamers and The Canadian Pacific QQ. :;J d'l \:S27U'S?.T\J/'C7 The New, Up-to-date 131 4 Visitors' guide ￼ ?Barmo? Contains a reliable description of the Walks, Drives and Excursions in the Neighbourhood, with a Map of the District and Plan of the Town In addition to useful information for the convenience of Visitors, the Guide contains a Chapter on the GEOLOGY of the District By Prof. 0. T. JONES, M.A.; BOTANY By Miss FLORENCE JONES, B.A.; ORNITHOLOGY By Mr. F. COBUEN • CONCHOLOGY By Mr. J. J. COTTON. No Visitor to Barmouth should be without a Copy. To be bad at the The Library and all Booksellers in the Town. PRICE: THREE PENCE ,9æ;(ëi-E.ea@8E liER lOVD JOtES, Auctioneer & Appraisers BEGS to announce that be is open JD 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 House, Barmouth I EDWIN BLAKEY, C.E., MXE.fi., A.A.I., Engineer, Architect, Surveyor, and Estate Agent, JUBILEE ROAD, BAEMOOTH. 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 Mort-age Probates &c. Telegrams—"BLA.KEY" Barmout BARMOUTH SHORTHAIID i & TYPEWRITING BUREAU, Victoria Buildings, Barmouth Manageress: Miss ETHEL iM. JOHNSON.
RAIN BETTER THAN DUST. MANY years ago a character sketch was published with an, illustration, entitled Dust Oh and the other day we had the pleasure of looking at the illustration after so many years. As the author of the sketch re- marks, there are few businesses which have soft spots in them- fancy bits, which give some measure of refreshment aud rest even while the work is actually going ou. There is always some level ground in life's toil; it is not all up-hill. No chicken is all drumstick; no ox is without a sirloin and there is scarcely any kind of labour but what has some parts pleasanter than others, which a man of a wise and thank- ful heart will value at a proper price. Jack Chouter's (the dust- man's) soft spot is about a mile of road which lies between his beat and the yard where he de- posits his dust. As his cart is full he need not cry Dust oh for all that distance so he takes to thinking, and now and again to talking with any sensible per- son he may happen to meet along the road. Mind you, it isn't every dustman that can think. Ah yes, that is the point of im- portance; we want members on ? .? mi win iiiiii mn i1.r:1t[ the Council, and dustmen who can and will think, and one of the most important things they can think about is dust. When a dustman is raising clouds of dust in doing his work he is not think- ing, or he would wait for the water-cart to pass that the dust may be laid. But what if the water-cart would not be ordered out ? Then all we can say is that those in authority do not think. We received a letter the other day from a resident drawing special attention to the impor- tance of the duty of the author- ities to keep the whole district well cleaned and free from dust by the use of the water-cart in j dry weather. This is of great importance from a sanitary point of view.
DYFFRYN. Wedding.—An interesting wedding took place at Llanenddwvn Church on Wednesday, June 24th, between Oswald VV. G., second son of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Harris, Oakville, Oakville Road, Spark- hill, Birmingham, and Margaret Winnie, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Davies, Isfryn Dyffryn, Merioneth. The The Rev. D. R. Lewis, the late Rector of Dyffryn travelled from Anglesey to officiate at the ceremony, The bride who was given away by her father looked charming in her dress of cream, silk, trimmed with satin and lace, and also wore a wreath of orange blossoms and myrtle, under a tulle veil, and carried a shower bouquet of white roses and lilies; she was attended by two brides- maids, Miss. Katie Davies, (sister) and Miss. Ivy Harris, sister of the bride- groom, who wore dresses of sky blue silk voile trimmed with cheve sashes and lace, and wore wreaths of forget- me-nots and myrtle, also carrying bouquets of cream roses, and wore gold daisy brooches the gifts of the bride- groom. The bridegroom was attended by Mr. G. E. Harris of Bromsgrove, brother, as best man. The bride's mother wore a dress of heliotrope, trimmed with silk, and lace to match, and wore a black hat trimmed with violets. The bridegroom's mother was dressed in biscuit colour, crepe do chene, trimmed with lace&siik to match, and wore a hat of ivory white trimmed with pink roses and cornflowers. After the ceremony the reception was held by kind permission of Mr, and Mrs. R. P. Williams at the Post Office, where many relatives and friends of both bride and bridegroom sat down to a joyous ( repast. The Rector proposed the health of bride and bridegroom, and said the bride would be much missed in the village because of her very good church work. The village was en fete and gaily decorated for the occasion. The happy couple who were showered with rice and confetti travelled by the :2.40 p.m. train to spend their honeymoon near Bala lake. After their departure the bride's parents took their guests for a motor tour round Beddgelert and Snowdon. The presents received were both nu- merous and costly.
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