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GERMAN OFFICERS CAUGHT. ARRESTED NEAR BARMOUTH. I ARRESTED NEAR BARMOUTH. "VERY HUNGRY AND TIRED." I The two German officers—Lieutenants von Sanders Leben and Hans von Audler—who were missad from the concentration camp near Denbigh on Monday morning last* having made their escape on the previous evening or in the early hours of Monday morning, were arrested by the police on Sunday afternoon at Pensarn, near Barmouth. THE ARREST. I From this time up to their arrest very little appears to have been seen of the fugitives, but their movements seem fairly clear. Continuing south, they would soon reach the Trawsfynydd district, where there is a large artillery camp. There they appear to have crossed the road leading to Barmouth and made their way into the Nantcol* Valley, which would bring them into the road which skirts the Welsh coast near Llanbedr. They were met in this valley on Sunday afternoon by a river watcher named John Jones, who was acting in concert with the police,acd on joining the road they turned into the direction of Harlech. Jones immediate. ly went to the Llanbedr post office and telephoned to the Harlech police. The police at once set out, and met the prisoners on the road near Pensarn station. The men admitted that they were the escaped prisoners, and after some show of resistance surrendered. The prisoners bore plenty of evidence of the hardships they bad undergone. Their boots were badly worn, and they were wet through. Theyconfessedto be- ing very hungry and tired. Dressed in plain clothes,tbey carried no arms except a knife. They bad a haversack containing provisions and other necessaries, as well as maps and a notebook, which contained a suggestive reference to a boat required for secret military service. The prisoners were first taken by Police Constable Davies to Harlech and placed in the police cells there. Later t they were conveyed by motor-car to Blaenau Festiniog.
THE BORDER OF MERIONETH BAPTISM UNION. The quarterly meeting of the above union was held at Llwyngwril on Wednesday, the 7th inst., Mr T. Morgan, Dolgelley, presiding. In view of the refusal of the Cam- brian Railway to grant reduced fares to the Festival at Criccieth, it was decided unanimously to postpone the annual function. The Standard Graded courses were adopted for the Sunday Schools, and it was decided that the plan of the courses for the year be printed. A com- mittee was formed for the purpose of arranging for the publication of a magazine for the use of the Sunday Schools, containing notes on the new courses of study. The following were elected officers for the year :—Chairman, Mr Ben Rowlands, Llanfair; vice-chaitman, Mr E. D Jones, M.A., Barmouth sceretary, Rev. H. D. Jones, Llanbedr treasurer, Mr H. Wynne Williams, M.P.S Barmouth; Sunday School secretary, Mr J. R. Jones, Velog, Portmadoc; treasurer, Mr T. Morgan, Dolgelley. Strong resolutions were passed on the Licencing and Disestablishment ques- tions. Votes of condolence were passed with the relatives of the late Mrs Lloyd, Caer ffynon, Llanfair and the late Mr Owen Owens, Briw House, Dyffryn. It was decided to hold the next meeting at Barmouth in July. The Rev Henry Rees, of Dolgelley, preached in the evening. ————— ————— j.
OVERWORK AND WORRY DRIVE A HARD BARGAIN. M It doesen't pay to defy nature's laws. We all need peace of mind, rest, outdoor exercise, and eight hours sleep to keep well. We must not overeat, nor drink much, unless it be milk or water. These are both good and should be freely used. Anything bad leads to trouble. Bad habits are no exception. Careless living and overeating are among the worst- they help load the blood with Uric Acid poisons. The kidneys act as safety valves, filtering the blood and passing off the poisons, but they are bound to weaken under any long continued strain, and once they falter, you feel dull, tired and nervous. Your back aches, you lose weight, you have headaches, dizzy spells and urinary disorders. The first thing to do is to get back to simple, sensible habits. Eat less, sleep more, and be careful what you drink. But you must also help the weakened kidneys. You can rely on Doan's Backache Kidney Pills for this help. They are a special medicine for the kidneys and bladder only. That is why so many in Barmouth recommend them; All dealers, or 2/9 a box, 6 boxes 13/9, from Foster-McClellan Co, 8, Wells Street, Oxford Street, London, W. The Liverpool Stipendiary on Tuesday expressed regret at having to convict, at such a time, a young man, twenty- one years of age, of street betting. The defendant, Joseph Munro, was fined R20 or in default fifty-eight days.