I LIST OF PRESENTS. I Received by Mr and Mrs Richard Owen, The Glyn, Marine Road. Mr and Mrs Pyemont.Tea service Mrs Eyton Jones, Minfor.Silver tea tray Mrs Williams, Paris House.Counterpane Mr and Mrs Jones, Meirion House.Counter- pane A friend.Counterpane Mr C. A. Williams, Plasmynach.Present Miss Arnold, Kersham.Silver jam spoon and Wedgewood jam dish Mrs Humphrey, 1, Fronfelen.Fruit dish Miss Mary Evans, 4, Water Street.Frnit dish Mr BonnerGrimth, Vulcan Villa.Fruit dish Mrs Evans, Gwendolen.Fruit dish MissEHis, do.Tobacco jar Mrs Roberts, Victoria Buildings.Tobacco jar Mr and Mrs D. E. James, The Pharmacy. Linen table cloth Mrs Roberts (bridegroom's aunt).Bath towels Mrs Capt. Richard Owen and Mr R. Llewelyn Owen.Towels Mrs Lewis, 4, Penybryn ..Bath towels Miss Hughes, Reliance House.Towels Miss Roberts, Isfryn. Silver dessert spoons and jam spoons Mrs Jones, The Cline.6 Silver tea spoons A friend.& Silver tea spoons Miss C. Nipon.Case of silver tea spoons and tongs Mr and Mrs Lewis Owen, Llandudno.Silver cruet Mr and Mrs Cburchley, Gollen, Marine Gar- dens.Silver mounted sugar castor Mrs Pemberton, Ruabon.Pillow slips Miss Cleave, Southport.Pillow slips Mr and Mrs Ellis, Park Road.Pillow slips Mr and Mrs Freeman, GIanmeon.Silver ink stand Miss Lewis.Set of table mats Mr and Mrs Jones, Barmouth Junction.Silver butter dish Mr and Mrs Johnson, Midland Hotel.Silver mounted vases ? Miss L. Mathews, Royal Hotel.Lace after- noon tea cloth Miss M. Jones, Y Garth.Table cloth and tray cloth A friend.Linen bags Miss Morris, Do]gelley.Set of hina orna- ments and newer vase Mrs Jones, Barmouth. Japanese ornaments Mrs Shirley, Manchester.Table centre Masters Maurier, Aelydon.Ebony ornaments Mrs Jane Davies.Pair of ornaments Mr and Mrs SayeII.Harboro Hse.,Aberystwyth .Eiderdown Miss Gingell, The Arches. Sideboard cloth Miss L. Evans, Arvon View.Afternoon tray cloth Mr D. Jones, Arthog.Antique sugar basin and cream jug Miss J. Jones.Sardine dish Mr E. Nowall, Manchester.Toilet set Friends at Plasmynach.Tea service Miss A. Roberts, Bivlch:House Towels Friend, Portma,doc.Teacloth Mrs Insp. J. George, Newtown.Tablecloth Mr and Mrs Jones, Marine Gardens.Pair brass candlesticks Mrs Lewis, Ceilwart.Toast and butter dish Miss A. Gibbons, Barmouth Junction.Table cloth Mr and Mrs Roberts, do.Present Friend, Oswestry.Teaspoons Bellringers of St John's Church.Marble time- piece with inscription Sunday School and Choir.Purse of gold Barmouth Junction Staff and friends.Break- fast and dinner sets (collected by Mr Humphrey Evans, signalman Mrs Aspinall.China teapot Mrs Passant (brides mother).Complete bed- ding Mrs Quill n (bride's grandmother) .Set of large vases Mr E. Quillin (bride'sj uncle).Oil paintings Mr W. Quillin, do.Skin rugs Mrs Conde. Oswestry.Towels Mrs Lindrop, do.China teapot Mrs Ellis, do.Set China dishes Mrs Smith, do.Sugar basin and cream jug Miss Cissie Passant.Set hall brushes and silver fruit dish Mrs Powell, Oswestry.Glass butter dish Miss Thomas, do.Cut glass butter dish Mrs Roberts, do.Mustache cup and saucer.
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THE < p I LION PROMENADE, BARMOUTH. The Art Animated Pic- ? Pro? prietors tures (/W\Tr7al? es\ ), rL?Ld. Managing Director Mr John Walters. THE FINEST AND MOST UP-TO- DATE PICTURE HOUSE ON THE WELSH COAST. MAGNIFICENT DISPLAY of PICTURES NIGHTLY AT 8. Matinees: Wednesday & Saturday at 3. — TO-NIGHT THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, N ed ,^t h L I' o n s Paw "JNBrBtTi??? iBrTr?Tr?'?B? ??? ?N6? ?K? ? And many others. MONMY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY. Wbn LbA SOUl w Kic4, By Fate's Degree. ADMISSION: 6d. & 3d. The Pavilion B!afd Sa!ooM Two Tables) open Daily, from 10 a.im. toll m. -a. -P' Fo the Best Series ;o Vievv f2tost Cards Go to the Original SbationePs and Publishers— J.EVANS & NEPHEW, High Street, Who have an unlimited Stock of Framed Views, Purses, Dorothy Bags, Guide Books, Maps, &c., &c.; also Agents for .b', ?f? ?? ?????T?F?""iJ? ???? ? ?? AND ??? AND ?? -8WEET8- MOBLEY & Co ? ? loJ:it t!:+ ? ? GRAND SELECTION OF NEW SEASON'S COODS JUST ARRIVED. I I JAFFA ORANGES. GRAPES, LEMONS, I I DESSERT APPLE, BANANAS, COOKING APPLE, I WALNUTS, BRAZIL NUTS, MONKEY NUTS, COB NUTS, CHESTNUTS, COEERNUTS, I IFI.GS, DATES, ETC. ALL KINDS OF TINNED FRUITS, PICKLES, ETC. TRY OUR MILITARY PICKLES. THE FRUIT STORES, HIGH STREET, BARMOUTH PREPAID ADYETISEMENTS. Scale of Charges. ituations Wanted 01" Vacant Servants Waited, Apartments. Private Sales Houses to Let or Sold. Miscellaneous Wants. Articles Lost and Found. One Three Six Nine 13 No, Inse. Inser- Inser- Inser Inser- WordS tion tions. tion. tions. tions. s d s d s d 21 1 0 2 0 3 6 4 6 5 6 28 1630 46 56 76 35 204056 66 86 42 2650708096 49 3 0 6 0 76 8 6 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 <md Weekly News, WATER STREET BARMO WANTED ??rANTED—GOOD GENERAL for W Newtowa. Apply, 6rst, D. E. Da vies, St Ann's, Baroaoufjb. t'?T'ANTED—in a good position at W Barmoutb, permanently,? or 3 unfurnisbed rooms by a single !ady. Apply—'Advertiser' OfSce, Barmouth TO BE LET. nn0 BE LET from May 12bb, 1915, JL Gwernfa, 3, m JL Gwernfa, 3, ?Nortb6eld Road. Apply, Morris G.. Roberts, Advertiser" OSice, Barmoutb. m0 BE LET.—Arvon View, B?on- JL aber Terrace, Barmontb. From 12th of May, 1915. Rent J616 10 0. Apply,—G. E. Owen, Worn. Barmoutb. r?O BE LET from 12tb May next JL Glanwiliiam House and Shop. Apply- Mr John Roberts, Maes Hafod, Barmoutb. 3W,!2!1' (i na1"a. 'V'" BARMOUTH HMEOqR TRUST. rylHE above Trust invites Tenders .A. for the following works, viz.,— 1. Re-timbering woodwork around Quay, and some Masonry work. 2. Length of Concrete footpath. 3. Tarmacadamizing the surface of the Quay. Particulars and specifications, &c., to be bad from Mr Rbys Jones, GIanymor, Barmoutb. Tenders for Nos. 1, 2 and 3, to be sent in separately, and to be delivered at the undermentioned address not later than Saturday, Nov. 7tb 1914. The lowest, or any other Tender not necessarily accepted. T MARTIN WILLIAMS, Secretary, Harbour Trust ONics, Barmoutb. Oct., 21, 1914. us 160 OWE WATCHMAKE! JEWELLER, AND OPTICIAN. UyHILE taking this opportunity MX of thanking the numerous friends and custumers for the support given him in the past at the old address, begs to announce that he will continue the above trades at his new address WERN, MORTMF8ELD ROAD, BARMOUTHt where he is ready to undertake all classes of repairs. Watches and OptacaS Work a special ity. Note Address: WWERN, NORTHFtELB MAC. Orders by post promptly at- I tended to.
BARMOUTH BOYS AND THE WAR.- I In response to many request of our readers, we beg to give the list of all the Bar.'noutb Boys who are serving their King and Country, either on land I or sea in different parts of the United Kingdom. If we have omitted any names, we wouid be thankful if our readers would send in the names for our next week's issue. THE NAVY. Lieutenant Rowland Lloyd (tate of Tyn- ycoed) Lieut. Edward Griffith, Reliance House Lieutenant Harold Lowe, PenraHt Richard WHiiams, Aberamffea Thomas Williams, Gwynfa Dick PotVeM, Hanaber Willie James Rowlands, Riverslea Rowland Rowlands, do. Alfred Price, Enfield House Johnny Owen, BwicbVane,Marine Gdns David Wiiiiam Humphreys (late of Water Street) D. Parry Jones, Penygraig Robert Jones, Abermaw Terrace THE ARMY Captain D. Oswald Davies, Greenbill Sergeant W.H.Williams, Liverpool Hse R. Williams, do. Sergeant George Felstead.Bryna.wel Ter. Lane-Sargeant O'Nei), do. Corporal A. O'Nei), do. Corporal Robert Peters, Craig-y-Nos R. Williams, Wesley Place Ellis Tank, Victoria Buildings Richard Tank, do. Edward Price, Glasfryn House John Lewis, Glanaber Terrace William Finnigan, Water Street J. Herbert Ingram, GIasfor Terrace H. Wallace Ingram, do. Victor Hewins, Garregiwyd Richard Jones, 2 Marine Terrace John P. Williams, Beach Road David Davies, Williams' Buildings Robert Henry Lewis, Brynawei Terrace Edward Thomas, Church Place Robert Lloyd, 2, Mount Pleasant William Francis Jones, Bronygraig Tommy Loxhon, Central Buildings Bobbie Lloyd, Victoria Boildings John Lewis Evans, Gwendolen G. L. Booth, Brynawei Terrace Bill Strongman, Harboro. House Alfred Strongman, do. Billie W. Roberts, Advertiser Office Owen Thomas, The Green Garage Humphrey Humphreys. 1 Fronfelea W. B, Griffith, Vulcan Villa John Parry Jones, Glanllyn Tommy Jones, Buxton House Tommy Owen, Snowdon View Herbert Aspinall, Beach Road Dick Fuller, Beach Road Pbillip Williams, Aberamffra Thomas Evans, Water Street John Jones, Goronwy Terrace Francis Morris, Abermaw Terrace Evan Evans, Arvon View Joe Catberwood Thomas Hugh Jones, Eldon House W. Lyons, Corsygedol Hotel H. Hodgkinson, Marine Hotel SECOMD LIST. THE NAVY. I Lieutertant Best (iate LiogSeid) I Griffith Richards, The Anchorage THE ARMY. I Peter Hughes, Retience House John Bees Edwards, Morben Villa William Edward Morris, Glyndwr John Morris, do. Lewis Edwards (late of Penygraig) Willie EHis, Water Street Samuel DiHow, Water Street Evan Jones, Hwyndu Frank Lloyd, 4, Bronaber Terrace Frank Wheeler, Water Street Samuel Owen, Tynynynon Cottage Lewis Davies. Williams' Buildings John Thomas Roberts, Albion House Wm. Richard Lewis, Glanywerydd Cot. Owen Evan Owen, 11, Marine Terrace David Grimtb, Cambrian Street Jack Davies, Bwlch Cottage John Williams, Park Road Walter Thoma Pugb, Pengraig TH!RD LIST. I THE ARMY. I R. H. Roberts, Penhm House Roberti Francis Morris, Tanyfedw Cbadie Scbolz (late Wesley Place) Evan Pierce Jones (late Peoygraig) I FOURTH LIST. I THE ARMY. I Lieut. Turner Jones William Evans, GIandwr Lodge David Thomas Evans, do. Tommy C. Williams,'Tygwyn BIdgs. I FIFTH L9ST. I THE NAVY. Robert Ellis Grimbb, Aberamffra I SIXTH LIST. I THE ARMY. Lieutenant G. B. Piggott, Fronaig Lieutenant M. Buckioy William Davies, Williams' Buildings John Edwards, Llwynon Fox (iate Aelfor Cottage)