I Che♦ Royal Magnets' I I NINETEENTH ANNUAL I Complimentary Benefit TO THE BOYS. Concert to commence at 8 o'clock prompt. If wet, Concert will take place in the Assembly Rooms cuttinp- ^V^Sandwiches 1 _Sandwiches. I Jrl.if SAUCE « ? I*™ them quite a <??? 1 Dow and distinctive *111 ■ lUrour. « But be sun it is H,P. Satice 0 Dc;c5 not- Srai i ?iric I lie ^ANITAS"C? LT?LONDON.E J FOr. FRtCE LIS7. B MEKOSMS BELTS and li PHESS H USE BIFURCATED RIVETS. | N(, need to T),Lincii hol(,s. Sir?iply Cirive Rivets., and bend bacl.?; £ ua.t ^ndftj°°^. S??''????. ?? ￼ ?"? ￼ inongers, or send if- for bcx (assorted ) to ? Bi?'rcated and Tubn!ar Aylesbury, Sucks, P l ums y | gg are never if so nice as whenlJk if stewe d an d serve d witnm f Brown & Po i son's Corn F l our fjf- ma.de into a de licious /5i ￼ Blaine- g £ ^—vJ mange J ￼ PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. Scale of Charges. ituations Wanted or Vacant Servants Wanted, Apartments. Private Sales Houses to Let or Sold. Miscellaneous Wants. Articles Lost and Found. One Three Six ine No, Inse. Inser- Inser- Inser- Words tion tions. fcions. tions. 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 35 2 0 4 0 56 6 6 8 0 42 2 6 5 0 708096 49 3 0 6 0 7 6 86 10 6 N.B.—If Box Number given 3d. extra charged for postage of replies. Special Quotations given for longer series of Insertion Remittance in Prepayment must accompan order, and addressed to THE EDITOR, Advertiser and Weekly News, WATER STREET BARMO WANTED—at once strong general W for kitchen, 18 to 20. Permanent. Apply, Royal Hotel, Barmouth. W ANTED-Single-banded Waitress TV for commercial and coffee room. Permanent. Apply, Royal Hotel, Bar- mouth. W ANTED.- APP.RENTICE. Gro- v v cery and Provisions. Opportu- nity occurs for a smart boy to learn above trade. Indentures, no premium. Wages paid. Apply by letter to Star Supply Stores, Barmouth. WANTED Good Housemaid Waitress per -MM manently. Apply-8, Porkington Terrace. SITTING and 1 or 2 BEDROOMS) WANTED. September. Absolute cleanliness. Llanaber, Barmouth, or Fairbourne. Moderate. Williams, c/o Mrs Wright, 84, Bloom St., Liver- pool. TO BE LET—From May 12rti, nice Work. A. man's Cottage (back Cambrian Street). Containing 3 bedrooms, kitchen and usua offices. Apply—Mrs John Williams, Bryn-y mor, Llwyngwrii. ryio BE SOLD-A Spring Cart JL (nearly new) to suit cob about.15 hands. Apply—M. Advertiser, Bar-, mouth. TO BE LET FURNISHED from TAugust 14th, Heather Bank. Ap- ply, Evan Griffith, Cambrian House. Forthcoming Events Free insertions under this column to all those who bring in their PrinJin on all Forth-coming Events. AUGUST. 28th—Royal Magnets grand Benefit Concert 29th-Ladies Beauty Competition, at the Al Fresco Pavilion 31st Lecture, The War, from the Christian standpoint,' by the Rev. Dr. Frank Ballard, M.A., B.Sc., F.R.M.S., Harrogate, at the Wes- leyan Chapel SEPTEMBER. Brd-Sale of Household Furniture at Glanrhos Cottage, Dyffryn, by Mr Walter LI. Jones DECEMBER. 25tb.-Dyffryn Chair Etfstcddfod. | BEACH'S ^Sj !!Aroma,tic rlmfPotuLTRY SPI.CE. ? 'NCREASES YOUR EGG SUF 'PLY. ￼ = Makes Heas 'a? and ensures at iunddace jBg II of E99S all the yean Jg ? CASMOF72.PENNypACKE.T5.?-' sAS ■k ,) J. BZACH & C2, ? The Mills, TIPTON. ￼ THE a Amith, ah n PAVILION PROMENADE, BARMOUTH. Proprietors The Art Animated Pic- tures (Wales), Ltd. Managing Director Mr John Walters. THE FINEST AND MclsT UP-TO. DATE PICTURE HOUSE ON THE WELSH COAST. MAGNIFICENT DISPLAY of PICTURES DAILY. TO-DAY THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, Afternoon at 3. Nightly 7 to 10-30. GASTOFTHEDIE -?[ H E mu% I E UNFAIR EXCHANGE. Supported by a splendid programme of pictures. MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY. Afternoons at 3. Nightly 7 to 10-30. Gr,and Display OF PICTURES ADMISSION: Is., 6d. & 3d. THE ALFRESCO PAVILION. Man.ager for the ￼ Alfresco Mr WaIter Paskir1' COOL!! COSY!! COMFORTABLE! THE EMPIRE SERE NADERS NOVELTY CONCERT PARTY HIGH-CLASS & REFINED. 10 FIRST-CLASS ARTISTES 10 TO-NIGHT THURSDAY, AUGUST 27TH. For this Night Only! Randolph Sutton, Will Woodward, :and the Criccieth Concert Party FRIDAY, AUGUST 28TH, Grand Old Fashioned MINSTREL Entertainment, A Study in Black and White. SATURDAY, AUGUST 29TH. -T -K rv LADIES. BEAUTY COMPETITION. Splendid Prizes for the prettiest young ladies in Barmouth and District over the age of- 17. ■4 Entrance to be made at the Pavilion. The Pavilion Billiard Saloon Two Tables) open Daily, from 10 a.m. to 10-30 p.m.
barmouth ¡ BARMOUTH The Visitors Service.—This weekly service held at the English Congrega- tional Church on Wednesday evening last was conducted by the Pastor, the subject of the discourse was" Stead- fastness in face of calamity." Lecture.—On Monday evening last, at the Wesleyan Chapel, a lecture was given by the Rev. Frank Ballard, D.D., M.A., B.Sc., F.R.M.S., on "What Christ has done for the ages." The Coronation Band.—On Tuesday night, the Coronation Bdnd paraded the street and played, a selection of music previous to the patriotic meeting held at the Belle Vue Hall. The Band was under the leadership of Mr W., E. Williams, Liverpool House. Church Concert.—The annual Church Concert was held at the Church Hall on Thursday evening last and was a great success. The following artistes took part in the programme :—Miss Gertie Lloyd, Miss Elsie Lloyd, Miss Olive Dennis, Miss A. S. Griffith, Miss McAnally, Dr. J. R. Heath, Mr E. N. Crompton, Mr Edgar Williams, Mr P. G. Blake, Mr Thompson, Mr Stanley Jones, and the Royal Magnets. The Empire Serenaders. The Empire Serenaders continue every day and evening te hold their delightful entertainments, and their popularity steadily increases. They inagurated this present week in a manner that showed that they have in no way abated their eager efforts to please their numerous auditors. To-night (Thurs- day) Mr Randolph Sutton, Mr Will Woodward, and the Criccieth Concert Party will appear at the Alfresco Pavilion. On Friday night there will be a grand old-fashioned Minstrel Entertainment. On Saturday night, by request, a ladies beauty competition will take place. Splendid prizes will be offered for the prettiest young ladies in Barmouth and district over the age of 17 years. Entrance to be made at the Pavilion.
SOLDIERS & SAILORS FUND. Mrs Heath as President of the Soldiers and Sailors Local Fund acknow- ledges with many thanks the under mentioned Sums, and will acknowledge future contributions in the columns of this paper weekly. £ S D Patriotic Concert Proceeds 22 .0 0 Mrs Williams, Plas Mynach 5 0 0 Miss Patchett, Allt Fawr 5 0 0 J. Dorsett Esq., Brynmynach 5 0 0 Miss Griffith, Arian Fryrr 5 0 0 Minymor Concert Prdceeds 2 13 2 Tennis Tournament 3 0 0 Miss Abraham, Bungalow 110 Mrs Thorne, Tymynach 1 0 0 Mrs Oliver, Farcbynys 0 10 0 Mrs Rokitson, Mawddach Crescent 0 10 0 Mrs Armer, Graigymor 0 10 0 Mrs Jones, Library 0 5 0 Mrs Lea, Fairbourne 0 5 0 Mrs Denton, Tymynach 0 5 0 Mrs Edisbury, Corsygedol 0 5 0 Mrs Heward, Fairbourne 0 5 0 Mrs Roberts, Bryn Estyn 0 5 0 Miss Thorne, Tymynach 0 5 0 Miss Rowell, Dyffryn 0 5 0 Mrs Wyatt, Dryll y Car 0 5 0 Mrs Northwood, „ 0 5 0 Mrs Armer Williams, 0 5 0 Miss Adams, (Confectioner) 0 4 0 Mrs Rose, Graig Mynach, Materials Mr R. R. Williams, Draper, Materials
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