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APARTMENTS. Comfortable Home- J.3L like Apartments. Highly recom- mended. Sea and mountain view. Sunny aspect. Centrally situated.— MRS. CAPT. OWEN, Llys Llewelyn, Bar- mouth. BOARD OR APARTMENTS—Mrs JD Henry Freeman, Glanmeon, Bar mouth. Close to Beach and Station Highest references. k PAP-T!ViENiTS.-I, Bryrymor, Bar- 2" i mouth. Close to Beach and Station. Sea and mountain view. Ap- ply, Mrs David Owen. { APARTMENTS.—Sea a ml. Mountain View two minutes' walk to Promenade. South aspect. Large airy rooms. Terms Moderate. Mrs E, HUMPHREYS, 1, Fronfelen Terrace Barmouth. PRIVATE APARTMENTS (with or r without board). Nicely situated. Sunny aspect. Flower garden and croquet lawn. TOC yards from sea & promenade. Hot & Cold Bath. Sea and Mountain View. Cycls and Motor bonse. Terms very moderate.— Mrs EDWARDS, ROSE HILL, Barmouth -< CO M F O PvTARLE APARTMENTS Moderate terms. Central position. Close to Beach and Station. For terms, etc., apply to J Office of this paper. AP ARTl\fETNTS.-Oom fortable Home- like Apartments. Highly recommended Sea and Mountain view Sunny aspect. 1 mile walk. Apply, Mrs K. Davies, Fronhyfryd Llanaber, Barmouth. FARMHOUSE APARTMENTS-TO LET.—Hendreclochydd Farm, Llanaber. 2 sitting room and 3 bedrooms. Beautifully situated. Sea and mountain view. 5 minutes walk to sea, about 141 miles from Barmouth station. Apply—Mrs J. Morris  4 PARTMENTS or Furnished House. A. Foot Dinas Oieu. Grand views. Pbillips, Sea View. G ENTLEMAN'S FURNISHED House to be let, with linen and silver, containing 3 reception rooms, 8 bedrooms. Standing in its own grounds and having an elevating situation, overlooking Cardigan Bay. Apply L," office of this paper. X PARTMENr8.-Accommodfttion for P, Cyclists. 3 minutes' walk from Beach Station and Post Office. Bath (hot and cold, Mrs Sergt. Rowlands, River's Lea Barmouth. F- UHNI; Hmse,-Tolt. bed- rooms, 3 entertaining rooms, oath (h.&c.). 2 or 3 minutes walk from sea front and station. Sea and mountain view. Apply-" W. office I of this paper. FURNISHED HOUSE TO BE LET. 4 Sitting Rooms, 12 Bedrooms. Bath, etc. Every convenience. Mountain and Sea view. Apply, Mrs. Mobley, 8 Porkington Ter APARTMENTS. Isgoed, Iarine A Road, Barmouth. Apply, Mrs. Ti Parry. B RON LLYS, Marine Road.—Comfort- able apartments, near sea. 7 bedrooms, Terms moderate. Apply, Mrs Breeze. PART-A,IENTS.-Wifh or without 1.- Board. Cyclists Accommodation. —Mrs Evan Williams. 'Bodlyn, Barmouth. APARTMENTS. — Country House APARTMENTS. Bathroom, (hot and cold. Sea view. Tennis. Apply, D. E. Davies, Barmouth. APARTMENTS.—snowdon View, Bar- R mouth. Close to Beach and Station. Sea and mountain view. Apply, Mrs B. Owen MONA, BARMOUTH, entrance to J,J Promenade. Facing sea. Board or Apartments. Terms reasonable. Home corn. orts. Apply, Arundalc, Proprietor. ¡" TO BE .LET. old rT?O BE LET or SOLD—The old X BATH HOUSE, which has under gone alterations. The Laths removed, and made suitable for letting Apart- ments. For further particulars apply to- Mr Meredith Evans, Lawrenny Lodge, Barmouth. -> L ADY'S HOUSE to LET for sum- i mer months. Splendid situation Well furnished. Modern conveniences j and garde a. Apply, this olScc. j HOUSE TO LET.—Marine Gardens. Immediate possession, also 12th November. Apply, E. M. Jones, 4, Marine Parade, Barmouth. "T71URNISHED HOUSE TO LET.— I The Houe contains 2 Sitting Rooms and 5 Bedrooms. 2 or 8 minutes walk from Sea-front and Station. Terms moderate. Apply R.' of this paper. TO BE LET—MASONIC HALL BAR- MOUTH, Large Room suitable for Pub- lic Meetings, Auctions, Soirees, Concerts, &c. Terms moderate. Apply,—Secretary, Meirion house, Barmouth. YARMOUTH, Bay View, beautifully situated. Magnificent view of the whole of Cardigan Bay. House to Let Furnished, October to April. Large sitting room, nine bedrooms, box-room, gas, bathroom (hot and cold water). Indoor sanitation. Good kitchen premises, and out-houses. Five minutes from Station. For full particulars apply to Lloyd Min-y-mor, Barmouth. TO LET—FROM MAY NEXT—The JL Premises now occupied by The London City & Midland Bank, Ltd." These premises will be reconstructed in- to House & shop, or Dwelling House only, accoiding to the requirements of Ten an to Apply to John Roberts, Rip- on House, Barmouth. G LANDWR, near Barmouth. Good modern detached house in lovely situation .near Estuary. 2 reception, 5 bedrooms, bath- room, h & c water, usual offices, garden. Rent £ 05 per annum. E. Blakey, Architect, Sur- veyor and Estate Agent, Barmouth. TO BE SOLD FOR SALE.-Good assortment of genuine Antique Furniture, &c. Apylv, R. Roberts, Ivy House. TO BE SOLD.- A Set of. Harness -L (nearly new), a Gentleman's Sad- dle, a, Carriage Urabereila, and a Wicker Carrier. For further particulars apply —S., office of this paper, TO BE SOLD, the Two Freehold  Dwelling Houses, Nos. 1 and 2, Glanaber Terrace, together or separate- ly. Apply, Samuel Jones, at No. 2. I To Vis rs. Those who wish to take home with them a real and interesting of Barmouth can not do better th purchase a Copy of the "History of BarIllouth I and Vicinity" Bv E. ROSALIE "U)ifES, B.A. published in 1909 at 3/6 now sold at 2/6 at the Barmouth Library and all Book sellers in the town. PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. Scale of CIiaFges. iiuafcions Wanted OP Vacant Sewants Wanted, Apartments. Private Sales Houses to Let (U. Sold. MiscelEanecus Wants. Articles Lost and Found. One Three Six line I 13 I No. Inse. Inser- Inser- Inser- Words tion tions. tions. t io.u- s d s d s d 21 1 0 2 0 3 6 4 6 5 6 28 1 6 3 0 4 6 5-6 7 0 85 2 0 4 0 5 6 6 6 8 0 ..1:2 i 2 G I 5 0 7 0 8 0 9 6 19 0 0 7 G 8 6 110 6 "e_ N.B.-If Box Number given 3d. extra charged for postage of replies. Special Quotations givel-2 for longer series of Insertions Remittance in Prepayment must accompany order, and addressed to THE EDITOR, Advertiser and-Weekly N eWti WATER STREET BARMOUTH. iPrinted and Published by Morris G. Roberts, Water Street, Barm uth. j CAMBRIAN R1ILWIYS Announcements* GRAND MUSICAL FESTIVAL AT HAHLEOP By 27 Choir Numbering about 2000 voices, in a large Marquee, within the walls of the Castle. Meetings 10 0 a.m., :3-0 and 5-30 p.m. < THURS1:)A Y., July 2nd, 1914. on the abobe date a Special IDxcu rsion will run to HAMlLiECM. s Leaving Barmouth at 9-5 a.m. Fare 1/1. See, Handbills ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SHOW AT SHREWSBURY, June 30th to July 4th, Visit of H.M. THE KING Friday, July 3rd Return Tickets at a Fare and a Third will be issued by all through Trains on each day of the Show, available for 1 or 2 days; and On Friday, July 3rd, A Special day Excursion will run to a ,■ Leaving Barmouth at 6-40 a.m. See Handbills. -EXCURSIONS TO LONDON. j -:), -L. ,< .1'1j r. 1 <.l .l.. Friday, July 3rd, for 2, 4 or 5 days, f Monday, July 6th, for 2, 5 or 8 days, Fridav, July 10th, for 2, 4 or 5 days, EXCURSION TICKETS TO LONDON. From Barmouth. SEASON EXCURSIONS. JUNE. To Day of issue Period SOUTH WALES Fridays 8 or 15adays LIVERPOOL „ MANCHESTER LEEDS, BIR- f MINGARM, &e. J „ SCOTLAND „ 7 or 17days LONDON Every Saturday, 8 or 15*days Every Friday ana Saturday Week-end Excursion Tickets to LIVERPOOL, MANCHESTER, BIRMINGHAM, EDINBURGH, GDASGCW. Every Friday and Saturday Week-end Excursion Tickets will be issued to Carnarvon, Bangor, HoiyEiead* LSandwdwOj thyl, Colwyn Bay CHE AH DAY TRAVEL FROM COAST STATIONS Excursion Tickets will be issued every Week-day between Carn brian Coast Stations to Devil's Bridge, Dinas Mawddwy, Festiniog Line, Llanbedrog via Pwllhel, Abergynolwyn (vis Towyn) Bala & Llangollen (1 or 2 days) North Wales Coast (1 or 2 days) and Corns, alae Rail & Coach Tours to Talyllyn Lake and Beddgelert, See Pregrammes at the Stations. Up to and including July 7th, Period Excursion Tickets will be issued Every Tuesday to LIVERPOOL and mnwcl4mswmn Instead of on Wednesdays as advertised in Season Excursion Programme. From Barmouth by the 7.45 10.5 and 12.0 a.0n train. For further information respecting tlie arrangements shewn above, application should be made at any of the Company's Offices or Agencies or to Mr. Herbert Williams, Sups, of Line. S. WILLIAMSON, Oswestry, July, 1914 General Manager .— TO V I SIT 0 n s. I THE Baruiouih Ecndlus Cibrarp, READING ROOM,.BILLIARD and CHESS ROOMS. Close to Railway Station. OPENS DAILY From 10 a.m. to' 11 p.m. •- v; "S W t *» x~- 1 A _■ v J' Visitors' Subscriptions Monthly 2s. Weekly Is. Daily 2d. Books issued at 2d. per vol. available for so many days. ALL THE LATEST PUBLICATIONS The Institution contains the FRANCES POWSR COBBE BEQUESI Open to Visitors every fternoon from 2 to 6. 1. 1, .1, 1. 1 1 1 — TO VISITORS. iI For all kinds of Printing ??a "s? ? J!*S Call at the Advertiser Office, Water Street Barmouth. ■■ • • t ■