BARIOUTH I Church Concert.—The Annual Church Concert will take place to-night (Thurs- day) at the Church Hall. Royal Magnets.—Co Friday evening last the Royal Magnets gave a grand Scotch night on the Front, and there was a record attendance. To-morrow night (Friday) the Royal }\1:agnets:wil: give a grand nautical night. f,I The Empire Serenaders— These popular Entertainers are drawing large audiences nightly. To-night (Thursday) there will be a grand New Revue. On Saturday night, the concert will con- clude with the sensational upside down dancing. Funeral.—The remains of the late Mrs David Charles Jones, Cambrian Street, were interred at Lianaber Churchyard, on Friday afternoon, the omciating minister being the Rev. H' Williams, B.A., omciating. The duties of undertaker were carried out by Mr Richard Roberts, Ivy House. Personal.—A communication was re- ceived yesterday by Mr R. Llewelyn Owen, Council Office, from the Rev. Gwynoro Davies, who accompanied by bis son (Mr W. Watkin Davies) paic a visit to the Continent just before the War broke out. We understand that Mr Davies is at present in Lauter- brunnen and unable to leave. Important to Visitors and :Residents, -Mr Rbys Jones, J P., chairman of the Urban District Council, has received the following telegram from the General Manager of the Cambrian Rail- ways Company All cheap bookings will be fully restored by Friday next by all Companies." Soldiers' and Sailors' Families Association. — Funds are urgently needed to carry on the work of the Association. Subscriptions will be igratefully. received by Mrs A. J. Hewins, Garreglwyd, Barmouth, hon. secretary and treasurer of the Ardudwy-is-Artro Division, or Miss Gamwell, Aber Artro, LIanbedr. Obituary.—It is with deep regret we have to record the death of Miss Lizzie Jane Thomas, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert Thomas, 4, Church Place, which took place on Friday last at the early age of thirty-two. The funeral, which was private, took place on Monday afternoon at Llanaber Churchyard. The Rev. H. Williams, B.A., omciated. Mr Richard Roberts, Ivy House, acted as undertaker. Much sympathy is felt with the family in their sad bereavement. The War Fund.—Two of the most patient, energetic and successful collec- tors in Barmouth for the War Fond are the two gentlemen—"Mr Jim and Mr Polly," with Mr Mobley acting as their agent. Anyone passing along High Street can observe these ttwo de- votees on the wall opposite Mr Mobley's Fruit Shop. The one, "Mr Jim," sits patiently for hours together, holding a card in bis mouth soliciting subscrip- tions, while the other, "Mr Polly," calls the attention of passers by to the fact that any small donation will be thankfully received, and promptly for. warded to the proper quarters. In this way over seven pounds was subscribed in five days. Though these silent workers have not so much "gas" as their compatriots, yet their silent wist- ful looks plead eloquently on behalf of the cause they champion. It would be well for some of us to remember that "Actions speak louder than words." If you want'to see ''Mr Jim" and bis companion and contribute your mite look round as you go by Mr Mobley's Friut Shop. Building.—The contract for the erec- tion of a residence lat LIanaber for Mr Hooper has been let to Messrs Lloyd and Williams. Important Notice.—The Linen Shop in Beach Road will commence a sale to day (Thursday) on a!I goods which have to be cleared at lowest prices. AH the ladies dresses will be cleared at half price. A new stock of next season's furs will be on sale. County Relief Committee.—Mr D. E. Davies, St. Ann's Square, has been ap- pointed on the Merionethshire Local Relief Committee formed to consider the needs of the locality and co-ordinate the district of such relief as may be required owing to the War. Mr Davies has also been elected on the County Committee formed with reference to the Prince of Wales National Relief Fund. Barmoutb so far has but one represen- tative on these National and County Committees, and surely no better choice could have been made, and no appoint- ment couid have given more universal satisfaction. La Cinema de Barmouth.—With an enthusiastic and appreciative audiecce, the Art Picture House still continues to present most excellent pictures. The principal picture for the former part of the week was "The Three Little Orphans," a fine sensational drama, which was greatly admired by the audience. Great admiration is also shown of the high-class pieces which are being played on the piano by the clever young pianist (Miss Harriet Greenwood) which made the drama more striking than ever. "Shot in the Night," a narrative filled with thrilling episodes and which will hold the pre- mier position of an excellent programme, will be shown during the latter part of this week. Soldiers and Sailors Fund.—The drst and preliminary meeting of the Barmoutb local working committee for making garments and other necessities for our soldiers and sailors engaged in the European War took place last. Tues- day at the Belle Vue Hall, kindly lent for the purpose by Mr Francis Morris. Mrs Heath, Tynycoed, is the locat president, and there were many ladies present- both residents and visi tors. Mrs Heath explained that it was sug- gested to bold the meetings every Tues- day, at 2.15., to work during the week at home, to buy materials for making the following garments for which the Red Cross Society are particularly appealing — Shirts, socks, pyjamas, dressing jackets bandages, sheets, mgbtsbirts, etc., and to beg for sub- scriptions and donations towards the funds. A lot of the garments were p ut out and distributed, and next week the material for the bandages will have arrived and be dealt with. It is felt there must be many more ladies in the town who could perhaps help by makin g up at least one garment each, as it is impossible for the president to appeal to them all individually, Mrs Heath hopes that anybody who can find time to help in any way, and who has not already been asked to do so, will not hesitate to offer what services and time they can, either at the meetings or if they would prefer it in their own homes. It is arranged to hold a Sacred Concert on Sunday evening next at the Assembly Rooms, the proceeds to go towards this local fund. The tickets are now on sale, and can be obtained from Mrs Heath, and many other ladies and gentlemen. It is hoped that visitors and Barmoutb public will do their ut- most to support such an excellent movement. oIftIa3Z.1IU me==
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LISTOFYIsmS BORTRWEN TERRACE. The Anchorage, Miss Richards Mrs and Miss Hutton, Miss Haig, Man- chester Mr and Mrs Lytbeer and party, Mr and Mrs Jones and family, Birmingham, POBEINGTON TERRACE. 1, The CliNe, Mrs Jones Mr and Mrs Goodie, Master Goodie, Man- chester Mrs Fallows, Blackburn; Mr and Mrs Heath, Misses Heath, Birmingham 2, Penmount, Mrs Sugh Evans Mr and Mrs F. R. Gough, Mr H. Gough, Miss Gough, Miss M. Theobold, Birming- ham; Rev. J. Percy Lear, M.A., Mrs Lea, Leamington; Mr W. D. Morgan, Misses Hall, Manchetter; Rev. W. J. and Mrs Teague, Walsall; Misses Folkard, London Misses Northcott, London 5, Miss Rothwell Master J. 0. PoIIitt, Miss Connie Pollitt, Rochdale; Miss Nellie Roberts, Blaenau Festiniog 7, Brynffynon, Mrs V. Humphreys Dr and,, Mrs Henderson, Miss Henderson, Miss Mansneld, Bristol; Mr and Mrs Jack- son and family, York; Mrs Dobman and family, Lonaon; Rev. and Mrs Hodson, Maryport 8,MrsMoMey Dr and Miss Russell, Edgbaston; Dr and Misses Brown, Mrs Gooch and party, Wim- bledon 9, Brynmawddach, Mrs Morris Jones Mr and Mrs Lees, Miss and Messrs Lees, Dublin; Miss Weatherhill.Highgate; Mr and Mrs Collins, Mr Collins, junr., London GJenavna, Mrs Evans Miss Leggatt, M A.Leggatt, Miss Slier, Mr and Mrs Fronkel, two children and maid, London GLANABER TERRACE. 3, Mrs Lloyd Mr and Mrs Lusty, London; Mr and Mrs Vickers, Birmingham Mr Mitchell, Here- ford Mr and, Mrs Mulliss, Liverpool GRAIGFACH. 1, Mrs Lewis Jones Mr and Mrs Mander, Wolverhampton WATERLOO PLACE. 2, Harbour View, Mrs Capt. Jones Mr & Mrs A. J. Barringer, Mr L. Barringer Mr M. Barringer, Leeds; Mr and Mrs Jenkins, Miss Gwen Jenkins, Burton-on- Trent Tynewydd, Miss Edwards Mrs Ramoy, Mr Ramey, Mr Ellis, Mr Cross, Misses Grimths, Mr Grinith, Birmingham Miss Jones, Miss Chambers, Devonshire THE QUAY. Pembroke House,Mrs Insp. Watkin Owen Miss M. Junkel, ,Mr T. Simons, London Miss W. Williams, Mr F. Simons, Manches- ter Misses F. and A. Owen, Mr and Mrs Lindsay, Manchester Mr and Mrs Clarke andfamily,Leicester Whitneld House, MrsRichards Mr and Mrs Dodsworth and friends, West Hartlepool Eldon House, Mrs Angel Jones Messrs Pare and Bowden, Banbury; Mr H. R. Webb, J.P., Miss Webb, Banbury; Master Jack Hawker, Cheltenham; Mrs and Misses Leyland, Manchester i Morlan, Mrs Robert Jones Mr and Mrs Mayer, Mrs Davies, Mr Walker, Mr and Mrs Alexander, London; Mr and Mrs Hulme, Miss Hulme, Mrs Whitneld, Mr Whitneld, Stoke-on-Trent Morannedd, Miss Williams Miss Pullin, Miss Barker, London Wynnstay House, Mrs T. Garnett Rev. and Mrs Rose, Masters George,Alister, Kenneth and Jimmy Rose, Mr Chapman, Blackheath Miss Eades, Mr Jamea, Lon- don Miss Wilcox, Rev. Deighton, Bristol Arvon View, Mrs Hugh E. Evans Mr and Mrs Evans, Miss Bessie Evans, Miss Lily Evans, Chirk Mr and Mrs EIstree and baby CHURCH STREET. Fenian; Mrs John Davies Mr and Mrs Osbaldiston and family, Man- chester Mrs and Miss Billingham, Birming- ham Mr and Mrs Sumngham, Master SuSingham, London Red House, Mrs J. E. Morris Mr Lambert, Miss E. Lambert, Miss K. Lambart, Miss C. Lambert, Mr and Mrs Smith, Derby Mr Thomas, Mr Price Mount Pleasant, Mrs Hugh Lloyd Mr W. J. Rose, Mr B. Rose, Mr E. Moore, Mr J. Wilson, Mr S. Wilson, Mr M. Wilson, Mr L. Wilson, Mr F. Wilson, Mr A. OaJkes, Mr E. Serman, Mr F. Onions, Birmingham 1, Aelydon, Mrs Owen Williams Mrs and Miss Jones, Masters Bertie and Billie Jones, Liverpool; Mr and Mrs Malle- line, Stockport; Mr and Mrs French, Miss Norah French, Mr C. French, Shefo-eld; Miss Wilkinson, Miss A. Wilkinson 3j Aelydon, Mrs Evans Miss D. Tryborn, Miss.E. Cowha.m. Shemid; Mr and Mrs Thomas, Cambridge Miss Hill and party, Bootle Springneld, Mrs Humphrey Jones Mr and Miss LaiwrenV, Bournemouth Vron House, Mrs Jones Mr and Mrs Smith, Birmingham Bwlch House, Mrs Capt. Evan Richards Mr and Mrs Jas Dixson and family, Heatou Moor; Mr and Mrs W Redout and family, Edgbaston; Mr and Mrs Arnold, Man. Chester Glanmoon, Mrs Henry Freeman Mr and Mrs Stokes.Miss Stokes, Mr and Mrs Pask, Miss Dallimore, Miss Grove, London Urs TattersaII and friends, Bacup Mr H. Cheetham, Stockport JUBILEE ROAD. 1, Brynymor, Mrs David Owen Mr and Mrs Ramsay and family, London Miss Page, Mr Hanson, Birimngham