I Statement of Receipts and Expenditure by the Urban District Council of Barmouth, For the Year ended 31st March, 1914. PART L RECEIPTS other than from Loans. £ s. d. General District Eate 3655 Private Improvement Rates and other Repayments on account of Private Improvement Ex- penses. 77 15 1 Water Rates, Rents or Charges within the district for domes- tic purposes £ 145 12 1 Water Rates, Rents or Charges within the district for other than domestic pur- poses 108 17 8J Water Rates, Rents or Charges for water supplied out of the 30 13 .0 ————— 285 2 9 County Council:—• Maintenance and re- pair of Main Road 2C250 0 0 Salaries of Medical Officer of Health & Inspector of Nuis- 4 ances 80 0 0 Grant for Tarmaca- damizing. 119 0 0 ———— 429 0 0 Rents and Profits of Property 144 19 9 Fees (including fees for Licences) 11 4 0 Contribution by Insurance Com- pany 16 5 4604 10 0 ue from Treasurer, 31st March, 1913 £ 162 6 81 Value of Stock in Store at 31st March, 1913 71 3 9k 1 233 10 6 X4838 0 6 I EXPENDITURE ot,ber than out of Loans. £ s. d. £ s, d. Main Roads 549 12 B k Other Roads Maintenance and Re- pair zC,513 17 7 A Improvement of Roads & Streets 42 0 8 ———— 555 18 Si- Scavenging of Roads & Streets not charged as maintenace of highways 166 8 4^- Watering of Roads and Streets not charged as maintenance of highways 7 12 16 -———— 1279 11 1 Sewerage 33 6 51 Scavenging 216 2 4 Pleasure Grounds (Purchase of Cellfechan Farm) 3 17 6 Private Works, the cost of which was not declared to be priva tc improvement expenses 9 19 51 Waterworks 172 14 9 Public Lighting 206 18 5 Fire Brigade 124 12 8* Infectious Disease, Notification 2 17 6 Do. do. Prevention 2 8 5 Interest on Loans CI060 9 7 Debt repaid 1099 12 6 ————— 2160 2 1 Salaries :— Medical Officer and Inspector of Nuis- ances £ 80 0 0 Other Officers and Assistants 202 11 5 282 11 5 Establishment Charges £ 37 18 4 National Insurance Stamps 7 1 IOLI, Rent, Rates and In- surance 46 7 0 91 7 2| Election expenses 10 10 4" Legal expenses 5 18 0 Housing and Town Planning Act 2 10 8 Foreshore 27 6 6 Notification of Births and Deaths 0 15 10 Analysis of Mussels 16 16 0 Stables Maintenance 69 19 2h 117 8 2-i Income Tax 76 14 2 4797 0 1L Balance of Stores in 2 hand at 31stMarch 1914 £ 91 19 4 Less Treas- urer(over- (drawn) £ 51 13 8 Collector, in hand 0 O;, Surveyor, in hand 14 8 0 14 8i ———— 50 18 lIA ———— 41 0 4A 4838 0 6 MEMORANDUM. Amount of Debt on Loan outstanding at the end of the year. £ 27,452 10 10 Amount of Rateable Value £ 13,660 10 0 I hereby certify that I have compared the entries in this Financial Statement with the Vouchers and other Documents relating thereto, and that the Regulations with respect to such Statement have been duly complied with. I hereby further certify that I have ascertained by Audit the correctness of such Statement, and that the expenditure of the Urban District Council during the year ended the 31st day of March, 1914, included in such Statement, and allowed by me at the Audit, is Four thousand seven hundred and eighty six pounds, nine shillings and ten pence. As witness by hand this 1st day of July, 1914. J. EDWYN HUGHES, WILLIAM GEORGE, District Auditor. Clerk to the Council. The" ART" PICTURE HOUSE, Pavilion, Promenade, BARMOUTH. The most comfortable and up-to-date ——— Picture House in Vvales. ——— ADMISSION: • Is., 6d. & 3d. ￼ TO-NIGHT THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, BEGGAR PRUNE. BEAUT FROM BUTTE. ANT AND GRASSHOPPER. I GAUMONT GRAPHIC. I And I BETTER DAYS. NEXT WEEK MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY Grand Picture Programme. NIGHTLY AT 8 P.M. MATINEES, Wediiesday & Saturday, at 3. Also Travel, Comic and Comedy, includ- I ing the Finest Coloured Cinematographs EXPERT PROJ ECTION. See Pictures as they ought to be seen under Ideal Conditions. We are studying your comforts and are determined to please you. Don't Forget The Pavilion Billiard Saloon Two Tables) open Daily, from 10 a.m. to Eg p.m. j Statement of Receipts & Expenditure ot the Goveril- ing Body of the Barmouth County School District, For the Year ending 31st March, 1914. PART 1. RECEIPTS other than from Capital. I £ s. d. Receipts from the County Council I acting as County Governing Body in respect of share of General Fund I 2:59 9 2 Grant from Board of Education. 425 0 0 Grants from the County Council as Local Education Authority 378 0 0 Fees 199 5 1 Mid-day Meal Account £ 49 8 3 Miscellaneous 4 1 8 — 53 9 11 1295 4 21 Lewis Lewis' Bequest Account 7 9 0 1302 13 2i Balance at beginning of year :— Lewis Lewis' Bequest Account 12 9 Treasurer's Account 6 0 9 ————— 11 13 6 Balance at end of year 166 6 71 ￼ £ 1480 13 4 I ￼ EXPENDITURE other than out of Capital. £ s. d. Bursaries III G Repairs and Improvements of Schools 22 18 6 Principal repaid 4 5 Maintenance of School:— Salaries of Teachers X999 16 9 Fixtures, Furniture and Apparatus not being of a consumable character 0¡}!) 0 Apparatus of a consum- able character, in- cluding Stationery and Materials 41 5 0 Other expenses of main- tenance 74 17 3 ————— 1131 8 0 Expenses of Administration ;—. Salaries ofOfficers other than Teachers £ 31 5 0 Other expenses(Station- ery,Books, Postage, Printing and Adver- tisements. 30 3 6 ————— 61 8 6 Technical Lectures X20 0 0 Rates, Insurance and Water Eent 20 7 0 Mid-day Meal 70 7 11 Bank Interest 18 12 3 ———— 129 7 2 il480 13 4 MEMORANDUM. March-31, 1914, Amount of Lewis Lewis' Bequest invested in London County 3 per cent. Consolidated Stock of the Nominal Value of zL2248 4 5:— £ 224 12 9 Balance in hand on Lewis LeNi,is' Bequest SCHOLARSHIP ACCOUNT X4 11 9 Balance still payable by Governors in repayment of loan advanced by County Governing Body of Merioneth 8 8 I hereby certify that I have compared the entries in this Financial Statement with the Accounts of the Governing Body relating thereto and that the Regulations with respect to the said Statement have been duly complied with. I hereby further certify that I have ascer- tained by Audit the correctness of the said Statement, and that the Expenditure of the Governing Body during the year ended the 31st day of March, 1914, included in the Statement and allowed by me at the Audit is One thousand four hundred and sixty two pounds one shilling and one penny. As witness my hand this 1st day of July, 1914, J. EDWYN HUGHES, RICHAR1) LLEWELYN OWEN, District Auditor Clerk to the Governors. of the Local Government Board.
PROPOSED EXTENSION OF THE PARADE. On Friday afternoon a conference was held at the Council Office, between the Urban Council and other representatives with reference to the proposed exten- sion of the Marine Parade from the Pavilion to the Bath House. There were present:—Mr Rhys Jones, J.P. (chairman) Mr J Pryce-Jones, (vice-chairman) Dr J Pugh Jones, Messrs. Owen Williams, R G Moore, Edward Williams, Henry Freeman, Robert III. Williams, D 0 Hughes and I John Morgan, with Messrs R Llewelyn Owen, (deputy clerk), and T R Parry, Ii surveyor. The Harbour Trust were I represented by Alderman T Martin j Williams, J.P. Messrs Rees Jones, I Francis Morris, and R W Jones, C.C., and the, Cambrian. Railway by Mr Denny, who represented the General I Manager. The Chairman explained that the conference bad been called to discuss the question of the proposed extension of the parade, which improvement would be of mutual benefit to the syndicate who owned property close to the Bath House, and also to the Cambrian Rail- way Company. The Council should » move with the times, and if Barmouth was to prosper they should have a promenade worthy of a seaside resort, but before that could be done they must have the co-operation of the ad- joining owners of course the extension of the Parade would mean sonle expen- diture, and a loan would have to be got to cover the cost. The Deputy Clerk read letters from Mr Dyke Dennis and Mr G M Jenkins regretting their inability to be present. Mr John Morgan thought that they should get to know first what contribu- tion were the adjoining owners going to give towards the proposed improvement. He believed that the town should go in for a larger scheme than the present, and have the promenade constructed from the Bath House to Llanaber. Mr Edward Williams suggested that it would be advisable to know wbat would i be the cost of the proposed im. provement. The Surveyor thereupon presented the plans, etc. for the perusal of the meeting, and stated that the esti- mated cost of the proposed extension would be £ 12,000. Alderman Martin Williams suggested that full pal,ticulars should be sent to all those interested in the proposed improvement. There was no doubt that the extension of the Promenade was a desirable scheme, and the Har- hour Trust would give their support to the proposal. Mr R G Moore, also heartily supported the proposed extension. After some further discussion, it was decided, on the proposition of Mr Robert Lloyd Williams, seconded by Me J Pryce Jones, that the conference should be ad- journed, and that in the meantime full particulars should be sent to all the parties concerned in the proposed im. provement, with a view of coming to a decision as to the amount of the con- tribution they would give for the proposed extension of the parade.
Forthcoming. Events Free insertions under this column to all those who bring in their Prin.in on all Forth-coming Events. JULY. 10th.-Grand Open-air Conceb by the Royal Magnets. AUGUST. Fruit & Vegetable Show at the CouncilSchool, Llwyngwrii SEPTEMBER. Caersalem Sale of Work.