LL OF HOiOUR, a Barmouth Boys who serve theip King & Country on Land and Sea. THE NAVY. Lieutenant Best (late Lingfield) Lieutenant R. Lloyd (late of Tynycoed) Lieut. Edward Griffith, Reliance House Lieutenant Harold Lowe, Penrallt Petty Officer Tommy Williams,BeachRd. „ Willie Owen, Craigmynach v „ C. H. Mendham, Mt. Argus LeadingSeaman R.Williams, Aberamffra Thomas Williams, Gwynfa Dick Potvell, Llanaber Wiliie James Rowlands, Riverslea Rowland Rowlands, do. Alfred Price, Enfield House Johnny Owen. BwlchVane,Marine Gdns David W. Humphreys (late of Water St. Robert Jones, Abermaw Terrace Griffith Richards, The Anchorage Robert Ellis Griffith, Aberamffra R. Lloyd Lewis (late of Aelydon) Griffith Edwards, Green Bank. THE ARMY Captain D, Oswald D-tv-les, Greenhill Capt. Tudor Jones Lieutenant Reginald Lloyd, Tynycoed 2nd Lieutenant G. B. Piggott, Fronaig 2nd Lieutenant M. Buckley 2nd Lieut.V. St. G. Hewins, Garreglwyd 2nd Lieut. J. B. Menham, Mount Argus 2nd Lieutenant Meirion Williams, (late Police Station.) Sergeant W.H.Williams, Liverpool Hse Sergeant Samuel Dillow, Water Street Sergeant John Astley, Cumberland Hse Sergeant J. H. Lloyd, late Marine Gdns. Sergeant George Felstead.Brynawel Ter. I Serfeant) WIT]. ONoiJ, do. I Sergeant W. H. Jones (late of Aelydon) Lce.-Sergt. G. L. Booth, Brynawel Ter. Lce.-Sergt. Bill Strongman,Iiarboro'Hse Lac.-Sergt. Alfred Strongman, do. Lce-Sergt. Dick Fuller, Beach Road Corporal A. O'Neil, do. Corporal Robert Peters, Craig-y-Nos Corporal Edward Price, Glasfryn House » Corporal Walter Thomas Pugh,Pengraig Corporal Frank Lloyd, 4, Bronaber Ter. Corporal Harry Powell, JLlanaber Corporal Richard Tank, Victoria Bldgs. Corporal Herbert Aspinall, Beach Road Lee.-Coi,pl. John Williams, Park Road Lce.-Corpl. W. Lyons, Corsygedol Hotel Lce.-Corpl. Robert Williams,WesleyHse R. Williams, Liverpool House Ellis Tank, Victoria Buildings John Lewis, Glanaber Terrace William Finnigan, Water Street J. Herbert Ingram, Glasfor Terrace H. Wallace Ingram, do. Richard Jones, 2 Marine Terrace John P. Williams, Beach Road David Davies, Williams' Buildings Robert Henry Lewis, Brynawel Terrace Edward Thomas, Church Place Robert Lloyd, 2, Mount Pleasant William Francis Jones, Bronygraig Tommy Loxton, Central Buildings Bobbie Lloyd, Victoria Buildings Billie W. Roberts, Advertiser Office Owen Thomas, The Green Garage Humphrey Humphreys, 1 Fronfelen W. B. Griffith, Vulcan Villa John Parry Jones, Glanllyn Tommy Jones, Buxton House Tommy Owen, Snowdon View Phillip Williams, Aberamffra Thomas Evans, Water Street John Jones, Goronwy Terrace Francis Morris, Abermaw Terrace Evan Evans, Arvon View Joe Catherwood Thomas Hugh Jones, Eldon House H. Hodgkinson, Marine Hotel Peter Hughes, Relience House John Rees Edwards, Morben Villa William Edward Morris, Glyndwr John Morris, do. Lewis Edwards (late of Penygraig) Willie Ellis, Water Street Evan Jones, Llwyndu Samuel Owen, St. Georges Lewis Davies. Williams' Buildings John Thomas Roberts, Albion House Wm. Richard Lewis, Gianywerydd Owen Evan Owen, 11, Marine Terrace David Griffith, Cambrian Street Jack Davies, Bwlch Cottage i R. H. Roberts, Penlan House Robert Francis Morris, Tanyfedw I Charlie Scholz (late Wesley Place) Evan Pierce Jones (late Penygraig) William Evans, Glandwr Lodge David Thomas Evans, do. Tommy C. Williams, Tygwyn Bldgs. William Davies, Williams' Buildings John Edwards, Llwynon Archie Fox (late Aelfor Villas) E-van Lewis, Brynawel Terrace William Morris, Tanyfedw John Garnett, Mount Windsor Robt.Scott Vaughton,Barmouth Junction Owen Thomas Morris, Tanyfedw. Arthur Lowe, Penrallt Cottage. David Ellis Humphreys, Gibraltar Ter. Alfred Smith Thomas, Glandwr Cottage Hughie Williams, Tegfan, Princes Av. John Lloyd, Barmouth Juncoion. William Jones, Ty Gwyn Buildings. Thomas O'Mara, Doctors Buildings. Dan Robinson, Bennar Terrace William Haines, Arthog John Parry, Glanmawddach C. Vaughan, Glandwr Mill George Bishop, Lion Hotel Chas. S. Walker, Corsygedol Hotel F. Prewer, Brynmawddach E. Powell, do Idwal Wynne, Arthog Harold Dudley, Barmouth Hotel Willie Lloyd, Tynycoed Buildings David Richards, Leamington House. Driver George Astley, Cumberland Hse. D. W. Jones, Gwalia Hotel John E. Rowlands, Rivers Lea Joe Whitehead, Park Road James Thos. Jones (late Water St.) John Llewelyn Evans, Fronoleu Farm D. I. Rowlands,Cambrian Establishment David Pugh, The Green Garage Evan Pierce Jones, Lawrenny Lodge G. Vernon Price, Enfield. F. A. Price, do. Harry Jeffs, Arthog Hall Hotel Ellis Roberts, St. Georges Tommy Roberts, do Llewelyn Davies, Tynycoed David Thomas Brooks, do William Jones, Penycei William Thomas, Church Place Harry Dudley, Coesfaen Willie Owen, St. Georges David Hughes, Arvon View Walter Chas. Miles, Green Garage John Charles Crabbe, Water Street James Jones, Boots, Talydon Hotel Ellis Price Jones, Beehive Robert Lloyd, late Marine Gardens. John Erie Griffith, Vulcan Villa Herbert R. H. Dennis, Glenceirn David Griffiths, 1, Aelfor Terrace Business as usual! Every kind of PRINTING JtirL J'!tL 1'? UJa LJBtL ?)?J) t B 8 ?t« ￼ t « H ? *aLeiBL ??jt ) ir done expeditiously at the Advertiser Office. Barmouth.
t,, Cate IUrs. bumpbrcps, Che Gabies. i Great is the multitude of those who J pn-<s within the veil" in these days. W ir claims its thousands weekly, and strong hearts in the Homeland in quiet nook fear and tremble for their loved a! 08 on sea and land, and many is the siid lale of heartbreak which ends in p,"mature death. But in our record of I the passing of our dear elderly friend, Mrs Humphreys, The Gables, it is not I premature—it is the full ripe shock of I cnm falling. ,i nd beautiful was she in How sweet and beautiful was she in these declining years. Those who were privileged to meet her and hold con- verse with her felt what a glorious thing it is to live a righteous life, for even in old age it; brings forth fruit—of love, peace, and joy in the Holy Ghost. Mrs Humphreys was born and brought up at Brwynilyna, near Harlech. Her father, the late Mr John Lloyd, of Cwmbychan, was highly esteemed and respected for his many sterliug quali- ties. "His daughter, the subject of these notes, was united in holy wedlock in 1851, and the union lasted for the long period of Gl years. Of the marriage twelve children were born-nine still survive their mother. Five of the children live in the United States of America, and four in Great Britain. Two of the children happily are with us in Barmouth, viz,, the Rev. E. Vaughan Humphreys, who renders such signal services, not only among the Free Churches of our town, but in the larger area of the Free Churches of North Wales. A man loved and admired on account of his transperent Christian character and keen spiritual insight. Also Nurse Humphreys, who gave up a lucrative post as hospital nurse, to devote herself to her aged parents—a lady highly respected in our midst, and who with the grace and the charm of those trained to succour the afflicted, ministers to many. Twelve years ago, Mrs Humphreys and her late husband came to reside at the Gables, and. in this time they endeared .themselves to all who knew them. After a few days illness, in her BGLh year, Mrs Humphreys passed peacefully away to the Home of the blessed on March 15th. The funeral, which was :strictly private, took place on Thursday last at Dyffryn. The following relatives were present :—Misses Humphreys (daugh- ters), the Rev. E. Vaughan Humphreys, 7, Porkington Terrace, Barmouth Mr Humphrey Humphreys, Liverpool(sons); Mrs Humphreys (daughter-in-law), Miss Alice Humphreys (grand daughter) Liverpool; Mr Edward Lloyd, Tymawr, Llanfair (brother) Mr Edward Lloyd Humphreys (grand-son), Mr G. R. Jones, Blaenau Festiniog (nephew), Mr H. J. Johnson, Midland Hotel (nephew-in- law), Mr Jones, Ystumgwern (cousin) Mr John Humphreys (nephew), Mrs Williams, Galltbyfryd (sister). The .Missps Williams, Galltbyfryd (nieces), and Miss Owen, 7,' Porkington Terrace, were present at the Gables. The in. terment took place at the family burying ground at Dyffi,yn.i The officiating ministers were the Revs. E. Afonwy Williams (pastor), Gwynoro Davies, S. T. Hughes, and W.M. Griffith, M.A. The duties of undertakers were car- ried out by Messrs Evans & Williams, Graigfach. May the divine peace fill the hearts of the sorrowing sons and daughter at home and in America. '0_
CIk Caie IUrs. Capt. Evan Richards, < Brolcb fious. — Early last Friday morning, the sad news of the unexpected death of Mrs Capt. Evan Richards broke upon us with surprise and sincere regret. I J J iJ _n.' Even to intimate friends the sudden occurence could hardly be realized as true, but alas, it proved only too true. Mrs Richards bad to be known inti- mately to appreciate her fine and superior qualities. Being of a quiet, unasuming, select disposition, she never figured prominently in the public eye, but remained satisfied to do her share in life, unseen and modestly, yet honest- ly and nobly,—a true type of the truly Christian lady. All persons who came in contact with her, whetner familiar natives or casual visitors, felt the charm of a pure sanctified life, bearing its immediate elevating influence upon them, and her very name will remain to many an inspiration to cherish the pure and lofty in life, and a stimulant to attain a higher and better life. The loss of such characters is a great loss to society, and this town is much the poorer by her death. Notably so, the loss to Caersalem Chapel is appar- ently great, a true, steadfast and virtuous member has been lost, and the work in all its important and vital aspects will inevitably suffer for a long time. Regarding her sorrowing husband, Capt. Evan Richards, words fail to describe his irreparable loss, be has lost a true companion, the fragrance of life, the light of his home, and the calm, selfpossessed comforter, and consellor in all trials. He is left severely alone, and our fullest sympathy is extended to him, in his day of tribulation. We realize to some imperfect degree the great grief that surrounds her sisters, Mrs Hugh Jones, of Cardiff, and Mrs Cadwaladr Robers, of Ynysfaig and also her brother, 1\11, David Pugh, of Llandanwg; together with their families. They all looked up to their departed sister,—who shared their griefs and joy, in whcm they reposed their trust and confidence at all times. That the Great Comforter" be very near to all of the troubled ones, is our prayer. The private funeral took place at Horeb, Dyffryn, last Tuesday, the officiating ministers being, the Revs. Gwynoro Davies, E. Vaughan Humphreys, S. T. Hughes and W. M. Griffith, M.A., Dyffryu. The undertakers were Messrs Evans and Williams, Graigfach.
CHURCH AND CHAPEL ORDER OF SERVICES. ENGLISH. S. John's Church, 11 and 6.30. Llanaber Church, 11.15. Clergy, Rev. R. Lloyd Roberts, M.A. R.D. (rector oi the Parish), Rev. R. Ward, B.A., and Rev. T. Lloyd Jones, B. A. Catholic Church, 10.3C and 6.30. Rev. Father Wilcock. Christ Church (English Presbyterian), 11 and 6.30. Rev. S. T. Hughes (Pastor). English Congregational Church, 11 and 6 30. Rev. W. Glandwr-Morgan (pastor). WELSH. Llanaber Church, 10 and 6. S. David's Church, 10 and 6. Caersalem Chapel, 10 and 6. Rev. E. Trevor Evans. Park Road Chapel,10 and 6. Rev. Joseph Jenkins. Wesleyan Chapel, 10 and G. Rev. E. J. Parry (pastor). Siloam Chapel, 10 and 6. Rev. P. H. Lewis (pastor). Baptist Chapel, 10 and 6. Rev. Edwin Jones (pastor
The number of cases relieved by the Oldham War Relief Committee is diminishing. The Committee last week distributed 3,800 bags of Gib. each of Canadiuu ilulli:,