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-==-===-=-==-=:== DICK'S BOOTS £ 23 ARE THE BEST S3 Excel all others for Honest Valu9 Sourid Reliable Wear. Unequalled for Stle and Comfort. Highest Grade for Ladies and Gentlemen. The "Perfectall Brand. made in our own Factory. Most Modern Designs. I and Shapes, With the old fashioned quality of material. BOOTS for Country Wear8 s The Dryfoot & lioldfast Brands: Perfectly Waterproof. | Agent for the  NOTED K SOOTS' r DR. JAEGER S and -,?   Boys" & Ciptal BOOTS. Hardwear and Nature Form REPAIRS A SPECIALITY. FAMILY BOOTS STORES. High Street, Barmouth. S?LSaSsa??EB? ? ???P??????, H!??'?? ?S?sE??a ?a !?&??????B S?a??B?a????S??NiJB?r??MN?Ba Bon Marche, r uth (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, Ac. Ladies and Gents. Tailoving to measure a Speciality NOTE THE ADDRESS— E. iOIEIII, General and Fancy Draper 5VS0TT0—S.P.Q.R.— Small Prot! ls-Q tiiek Returns. FESTINIOG RAILWAY. EVERY WEEK DAY From May 1st to July 11th, 1914, CHEAP EXCURSION TICKETS (availabe for One or Two Days) will be issued at Barmouth to BETTWSYCOED, LLANDUDNO, RHYL, COLIVYN 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 T? ??'? T? V ?/V t7' ? T? T? A V EVERY WEEK DAY by the Far-famed Festiniog MOUNTAIN RAILWAY through ENCHANTING SCENERY CHEAP DAY RETURN TICKETS are issued from May 1st to July 11th, 1914, as under From BARMOUTH (Via Minffordd) to T A N Y B W L C H (for Vale of Maentwrog), TANYGRISIAU (Fur Ascent of Moelwyn), and T?T A TP''V ? TT Tt?TT'QT?TMT?? BLAENAU FESTINIOG (for the Slate Quarries), Third Class Return Fare 3/- Times of starting from BARMOUTH 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 Slate Quarries Co., Ltd., and Messrs J. W. Greaves and Son, Ltd., passengerb 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, 1911. ¡ THE BARMOUTH Stam lauudrp. 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 The New, Up-to-date 1 914 I isUors Guid to Barmouth. 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 j ..û.ô, r- r-v.' C:LS:C2@'- .L:S:.) rCîU Advertise in the Bar- mouth Advertiser." It I will pay you. i At T lLOYB JillS, Ii I; lu U w I;g, Auction-ees* Ss Appraiser, I-BEGS to announce that he is open I J to conduct Sales by Auction of I upon reasonable Terms. PROMPT SETTLEMENTS GUARANTEED Apply to WALTER LLOVO dONES, King Edward Street, or MR. JOliN ROBERTS, Ripon House, Barmouth E I LAEV, C.E., M.I.E.lS., A.A.I., Engineer, Architect, Surveyor, and Estate Hgent, 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—"BL&KEY" JSarmout BARMOUTH SHORTHAND i & TYPE¥R!T!N8 BUREAU, Victoria Buildings, Barmouth s n [VJasiagereas Miss ETHEL M. JOHNSON.