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CLIPPINGS FROM OTHER PAPERS. Arrangements are being made for two large camps for Territorlals near Rbyl from July 29th. The Warwickshires, to I¡ the number of 4,000, will be located at Foryd, and the Staffordshire troops, to the number of 5,000, between Rhyl sod Sf; Asaph. In; reconition of his work for the pro- fession during the Insurance Act nego- tiations Dr Emyr 0 Price, of Bangor, was at a meeting of North Wales medical J men at Benllecb (Anglesey) on Tuesday last formally presented with a 12-li 1) i Arthur Roberts, Blwy Cottage, Eghvy- fach, was fined 5s and costs by the Llanrwst magistrates on Monday for drunkenness and disorderly behaviour. It was stated that he made frantic attempts to kiss the village constable. The latter resisted, And Roberts, who was under the influence of drink, fetched bis wife and father-in-law. He was not arrested because, as the police- man said in court, "I had no wbere j to put him." ? The movement for a national memo- rial to the author and composer of the Welsh National' Anthem, Hen Wiad Fy Nhiclati," has up to the present re- j suited in the collection of about £ 1,000, j and at a meeting of the London com- mittee, held at the flolborn Restaurant last night, it was stated that a sum of I £ 3,000 was required. It was proposed I that the greater part of the fond should be appropriated to the founding of a scholarship for the fostering of instri mentual music among the Welsh people, and that the remainder be allotted to erecting a suitable monument. I In a small Italian town near Bergam, on Monday, a well-to-do man shot and killed seven persons. The last victim was his brother, and after killing him he committed suicide. On Monday morning three sheep be- longing to a local butcher were found dead under a tree in the University Col- lege grounds, Bangor, where they had been turned out to graze. They had evidently been struck by lighting during the storm on Saturday afternoon, as the tree under which they were lying is barked in two places by the lighting stroke, and the side of the animal near- est the tree, against which its head was resting, bears the mark of fire. Ab Carmarthenshire Standing joint Committee4 on last Wednesday the chief constable said there were a number of men leaving the force because they could not live on the money. Mr Sim- let said young constables could not possibly live on 25s Id weekly at Llanelly and pay six shillings rent. where men earned high wages in the steel and tin- plato works. On Monday morning three sheep be- longing to a local butcher were found dead under a tree in the University College grounds, Bangor, where they had been turned out to graze. They had e vidently been struck by lightning during the storm on Saturday afternoon, as the tree under which they are lying is barked in to places by the lightning stroke, and the side of the animal I nearest the tree, against which its head 1 was resting, bears the mark of fire. David Davies, Brick-street, Bangor, was charged at Bangor, on Tuesday, with travelling from Llandudno to Bangor without a tickpt with inteht to defraud. Railway Detective-sergeant Morris said that on accusing the defendant of the offence he said he was very sorry, but he did not buy a ticket, being out of work and no money in his pocket. He had walked all the way to Llandudno I that morning, and had a wife and seven, I children to keep. He was willing now j to pay the fare. He was fined 5s and and ordered to pav the costs of I3 the witness.
Forthcoming Events Free insertions under this column to all those who bring in their Prin.in on all Forth-coming Events. i JULY. 17th,— The Royal Magnets' Grand Open- Air Concert. 19th.—Grand Sacret Concert. 21st.-Grand 0pening Night at the Pavilion, AUGUST. ,J 5th.-P, lower, Fruit, and Vegetable Show at the Council School, Ll wyngwril. 8th.—Horticultural and Industrial Show and Sheep-Dog Trials at LIanbedr. Sth.-Gi,and Evening Concert. SEPTEMBER. —-Oaersalem Sale oC Woi-k. DECEMBER. 25th.—Dyffryn Chair Eisteddfod. The" ART" • PICTURE HOUSE9 I Pavilion, Promenade, BARMOUTH. The most comfortable and up-to-date Picture House in Wales. ——— ADMISSION: Is., ad. & 3d. TO-NIGHT THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, NIGHTLY AT 8 P.M. Matinee, Saturday, at 3. 'C?M ?? ?ITP ￼ SON OF THE SEA. ?Ul? UA AMiJ ?iJilt FANCY POULTRY MANSION OF MISERY BOX OF MATCHES When Women go on the Warpath. a NEXT WEEK MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY CiosedDoon DASH THAT FLY BARBEH CURE CUPID AND THREE Blue or Grey 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 studying your comforts and are determined to please you. • tn. n Don't Forget The. Pavilion BiSltapd Saloon Two Tables) open Daily, from .10 all-n. to II p.m.
Grand Bazaar.—On Wednesday and Thursday next, a grand bazaar-will be held at the Public Rooms, Dolgelley For full particulars see advertisement. Confectionery.—Mr Atundale, Mona Cafe, begs to announce that he has en- gaged the services of a first class,Pastry Cook and Confectioner, and will now make a display of Choice and Dainty Pastry and Confectionery. Purest in- gredients only used. advfc. To Visitors.—From our advertising columns it will be seen the Cambrian Railway Company, have arranged rail and road tours to all places of interest at reasonable charges. Also the Fes- tinog Railway have arranged cheap day tickets to places of interes along the toy railway which visitors should not fail to take advantage of. The Royal Magnets special concert on Friday last was full of interest and decidedly novel. The stage was made, with the aid of scenery and properties, to represent the deck of a ship and de- corated with flags and streamers, looked most attractive. The programme was excellent in every way, each member acquitting himself admirably. The The items were chiefly of a nautical nature, and were rendered with true nautical spirit. "Sir" Edward was a huge success as the Captain; his exaggerated make-up lending greatly to the humour of the situation, while his nautical songs and stories set the whole audience rocking with laughter. Lieut. Harry Bowden gave several good num- bers in a right down rollicking style, and earned unstinted applause. Mate Charles Elstree, eulogised on modern languages and kept his audience in a perfect mood of merriment the whole of the time. A B Harry Slatter was in perfect voice, and the audience were quite enthusiastic over his contributions especially his rendering of" Anchored," which he sang while standing at the wheel; the lighting effects were also cleverly manipulated' Harry Kirk as Moppy," Engineer, Steward, Powder Monkey and general bandy man on the boat was in his element, and was excru- iatingly funny, the lions' share of the comedy was in his capable hands, and be kept cropping in everything that went on, very much to the amusement of everyone present. Band Master Bobby Feaser contributed songs, piano- forte solos and accompaniments in a really admirable manner, leaving noth- ing to be desired. The Entertainment was brought .to H, dose with a burlesque court martial, Moppy was the culprit charged with stealing coal from the ship and sending it to Newcastle by wireless the whole thing was ladicronsley funny, and the audience were sent away in the highest of good spirits. There is evi- dently no limit to the capabilities of this excellent company. The Coronation Band,A meeting of the committee and members of the above was held at the Church Room on Monday eyening last. Less thap half the members of the committee and about half-a-dozen members of the Band at- tended. It is quite evident that those who established the Band with such a. flourish of trumpets at the commence- ment have, lost all interest in the movement. In view of the fact that so many of the members of the committee i I display no interest at ali in the succcss of the Band, and so many of the players show no effort or inclination to attend practices; It was felt that drastic measures bad to be resorted to, so that an effort might be made once again to set the band on a better basis. With this object in view, it was resolved to call in all the instruments for the purpose of making entirely new ar- rangements when the busy time is over. Guided by the experience of the last two years the Committee will be able to v make a better selection of players, and we feel confident that with new blood, and an element of young musicians iû- troduced, we shall yet see a band more flourishing than ever at Barmoutb.It was pointed out that there was still a small balance doe for the instruments, and it was resolved to have it cleared without further delay. Some people had kindly promised subscriptiOrlP, but bad never been called upon to pay, owing to neglect of collectors who undertook the work. New collectors were appointed, and we feel sure that when subscribers are called upon they will be only too pleased to fulfil their engagements.—The meeting was ad- journed for a fortnight, when it is hoped final-arrangements will be made and the balance at the bank wiped off. The Empire Serenaders. — The Empire Serenaders will open the season on Tuesday evening next, at the Pavilion. Mr Walters' Entertainers will include the Spinatte Quintette, Mr E. H. Hargreaves (last year's great favourite)t Miss Bessie Hargreaves (soprano), and Miss Jacobs (pianist). Mr John Walters, the popular managing director, has engaged the world-re- Downed Spinette Quintette, for the season. The great attraction for the opening night will be the topsy-turvy dancing. After the upside-down airmen comes a topsy-turvy art. Upside-down dancers will make their first appearance at the Pavilion on Tuesday, This quaint exhibition of topsy-turvy will be given by Mr Walter Pashin's company of dancers, who are better known as the Spinette Quintette a Novelty." The performers will consist of 3 male dancers who will stand on their beads on stools fixed in three revolving pedestals with a "floor roof, on which they dance. On the top side of the roof of two of the pedestals two girls will dance, the movement of their feet will correspond exactly with the upside down dancers underneath. The pro- gramme will also include concerted items, songs, duets, etc. etc., by members of the Serenaders. We anticipate a crowded house on the opening night and we should advice all to book their seats early. ￼ ? i