ideatb of nlr. Richard £ eu>i$, 1, flclpdon. Last Monday, with startling sudden- ness, the death took place of Mr Richard Lewis (or as be was better known, Richie), of 1, Aelydon, Barmouth, at the age of thirty-three years. The deceased was the son of the late Captain Lewis of the s.s. Dora and Mrs Lewis. After the death of his mother, Richie made his home with his uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs Owen Williams, 1, Aelydon. i He was of a loveable disposition and a great favourite wherever he went. He took the keenest interest in Caersalem Chapel and was most faithful and constant in his attendance at all the meetings held in the chapel, and took the keenest interest in the Sunday School. His genial face and pleasant smile will be greatly missed in Barmoutb. He leaves two sisters, two brothers and a large circle of relatives and friends to mourn after him. The funeral tikes place to-day at Llanaber,
Deafb of IHr. Edward Joiks, lup Cottage. After a long and lingering illness, the death took place on Tuesday morning of Mr Edward Jones, Ivy Cottage, at the early age of twenty-two years. Deceased was very popular aud well- liked by his many friends, and be will be greatly missed by his comrades, especially so with the Barmouthians who are with the Colours. Great sympathy is felt with Mr and Mrs David Jones (the parents) in their sad bereavement. ■nni iilll 11HIPnillllll»Wlil)Bll«IB!MWWIBHi||WP
I Death of fUr. Edward hughes. Sea View. It is with deep regret we have to announce the death of 1\11 Edward Hughes, gardener, of 4, Sea View, which took place on Friday last, at the age of I' eighty-two years. Deceased bad, the previous Sunday attended the services at the Siloam Congregational Chapel, I where he was a faithful member, and was only ailing for three days He was highly respeoted, and well liked by a large circle of friends. He was well versed in the Scriptures, and had read a good deal in his vounger days. The funeral, which was private, took place at Llanaber on Tuesday last. Mr Richard Roberts, Ivy House, carried out the duties of undertaker. Much sympathy is extended to Mrs Betiteley (daughter), and other members of the family in their sad bereavement.
SVdtmnuUcfxievucnt. The family of the late MrsHumphreys, The Gables, wish to take this opportun- ity of thanking their numerous friends for all the sympathy shown them (both verbal and written) in their late bereave- ment.
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 of the Parish), Rev. R. Ward, B.A., and Rev. T. Lloyd Jones, B.A. Catholic Church, 10.SC and 6.80. Rev. Father Wilcock. f Christ Church (English Presbyterian), 11 and 6.80. Rev. S. T. Hughes (Pastor). English Congregational Church, 11 and 630. Rev. W. Glandwr-Morgan (pastor). WELSH. Llanaber Church, 10 and 6. S. David's Church, 10 and 6. Caersalem Chapel, 10 and 6. Rev. Gwynoro Davies. Park Road Chapel, 10 and 6. Rev. Afonwy Williams. Wesleyan Chapel, 10 and 6. Rev. R. Conwy Pritchard, Dolgelley Siloam Chapel, 10 and 6. Rev. P. H. Lewis (pastor). Baptist Chapel, 10 and 6. Rev. Edwin Jones (pastor
FOR SALE. } COLLIE BITCH, higher pedigee. I Moderate price. Apply,-P.C- Nathaniel Davies, Harlech ￼ ￼ u 0 1 uLNG WATCHMAKER, JEWELLER, AND OPTICIAN. WHILE taking this opportunity 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, NORTHFIELD :ROAD BARMOUTH, where he is ready to undertake all classes of repairs. Watches and Optical Work a speciality. Note Address: WW WERN, NORTHFIELD ROAD Orders by post promptly at- tended to. I
Barmouth Urban District Council L Election. To the Electors. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,— I desire to convey my heartfelt thanks to the 242 Electors who so kindly supported my candidature at Saturday's poll. By doing so you have shewn your appreciation of over twenty years faith- ful service on my part in your interests, I hope to merit the confidence placed in me 1 y continuing to serve you faithfully. Yours respectfuly, WILLIAM OWEN. Craigmynacb, Barmoutb. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,— I wish to return thanks to the 121 Electors who supported me in my candidature for a seat in the Urban District Council Election last Saturday. I regret that my effort to serve you was unsuccessful, but trust that should I try Again, you and your friends will again accord me your votes, and that I may have better luck next time. I remain', Your obedient servant, ERNEST LLOYD. Min-y-Mor, Barmouth. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,— I desire to take this opportunity of thanking most sincerely the 289 voters who so very kindly showed their appre- ciation of my services. in the past by recording their votes in my favour last Saturday. My aim shall be as hitherto- fore, to do all in my power to enhance our common interests, efficiently and ecomoaically, for the benefit of the whole town and district. Again thanking you for your renewed confidence. I remain, Yours obediently, RHYS JONES. Glanymor, Barmouth. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,— I wish to convey my sincerest thanks for the conquering support recorded me at last Saturday's election as an appre- ciation of my services in the past, and in return I hope to maintain the absolute confidence of my fellow ratepayers in serving the town to the very best of my ability. Good luck to you all. I remain, Yours faithfully, ROBERT LLOYD WILLIAMS. Marine House, Barmouth. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,— Please allow me to convey my very sincere thanks to those 217 electors who so loyally supported my candidature on Saturday last. To avoid extra expense it is not my intention to offer myself for the coming bye-election, but possibly at some future date I may have the privi- lege of asking for your kind support again. Yours obediently, EDWARD DAVIES. 1, The Arches, Barmouth. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, •- To you who supported my candidature on Saturday last, I am deeply grateful, and I trust you will again support me in the near future. Yours respectfuly, EVAN GRIFFITH Cambrian House, Barmoutb. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,— I wish to convey my sincerest thanks to the 241 electors who voted for me last Saturday, and thus renewed their confidence in me. I shall continue to serve you to my utmost ability, and to study the interest of the ratepayers Yours faithfully, DAVID O. HUGHES. Market Stores, Barmouth.
ART PICTURES PAVILION PROMENADE, BARMOUTH. GRAND i: HOLIDAY PROGRAMME TO-NIGHT, THURSDAY, AT 8. SAYURDAYAT3&7T010.30 The First Instalment of LUCILLE LOVE. Birds of Prey. 20 Minutes of Love. WITH THE WARRIORS AT YPRES. And a magnificent HOLIDAY SELECTION OF PICTURES Easter Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday. Lubin's Great Drama, THE CHANGELING. COWARD AND THE MAN. And others. Special Matinee ON EASTER MONDAY AT 3. Admission: 3d. & 6d. Mow Open. The Pavilion Billiard Room, Two Tables. Open Daily from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. A MEN AGENT- W. JONES, T> Street, BARMOUTH. l ) ￼ ?'? 19 j? ￼ ?F? o?ui sp?????,/ ^7/jmoy iu°3 W if .ius"y )?? ?UOS?O??UMO?J VkWM. pOAJ3S pin? p3A\3}S gi sia 90IU OS MM j k JAAQU QIU if I f?\ ￼ ????M ￼ ￼
Billiards. The Pavilion Billiard Saloon will re-open on Monday next. Presentation—We are requested to announce that. the presentation, sub- scribed to by the local Church people,to the Rev. Henry Williams on the ocoasion of his marriage, will take place at the Church Hall on Tuesday evening next,at 7-30 An interesting programme, has been arranged. Easter Monday Attraction.—We hear that some members of the Barmouth Male yoice Choir have very kindly con- sented to sing at the concert and entertainment, in aid of the Local Red Cross Fund, on Easter Monday next at the Assembly Rooms, and Mr Stanley Jones will also contribute to the pro- gramme. The plan of the reserved 2s. seats, for those who desire to reserve their seats, can be consulted and seats secured on Saturday next at the Library on application to Mrs Jones. Red Cross Committee.—The last meeting (for the present) took place last Tuesday. Amongst the things handed in were the following :—2 flannel shirts, 1 pair pyjamas, 10 pairs socks, 2 scarves. Many of the Committee took away work and wool to make up in their leisure hours during the time there will be no meetings. In the next fortnight there will appear a full list of all the garments made by the Committee since last August. Itj was proposed that a letter should be sent to Mr Francis Morris, thanking him very much for the use of the room, which he so generously placed at the disposal of the Sewing Committee, There will be due notice of the re-commencement of the meetings in the Advertiser. Our moat sincere thanks are cue to the ladies who have worked so bard and turned out such beautiful work during the past months of which we are justly proud. G WENDOLINE DENTON, HOD. See,