ROLL OF HONOUR. Barmouth Boys who serve their 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 Chief Stoker Griffith Richards, The Anchorage. Petty Officer Tommy Williams,BeachRd. „ Willie Owen, Craigmynach „ C. H. Mendham, Mt. Argus LeadingSeaman R.Williams, Aberamffra gi Thomas Williams, Gwynfa Dick Powell, 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 I Robert Ellis Griffith, Aberamffra I R. Lloyd Lewis (late of Aelydon) Griffith Edwards, Green Bank. Tommy Garnett, Wynnstay House Capu. W. J. Price, Bryngoleu THE ARMY Capptain D. Oswald Davies, 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. Sergeant Wm. O'Neil, do. Sergeant W. H. Jones (late of Aelydon) Sergt. Dick Fuller, BeacA Road Sergt. G. L. Booth, Brynawel Ter. Sergt. Bill Strongman, Harboro' House 11 Sergt. Alfred Strongman, do, k j Corporal A. O'Neil, do. I Corporal Robert Peters, Craig-y Nos Corporal Edward Price, Glasfryn House I Corporal Walter Thomas Pugb,Pengraig Corporal Frank Lloyd, 4, Bronaber Ter. Corporal Richard Tank, Victoria Bldgs. Corporal Herbert Aspinall, Beach Road Lee.-Corpl. John Williams, Park Road Lce.-Corpl. W. Lyons, Corsygedol Hotel I Lce.-Corpl. Robert Williams,WesleyHse Lane-Corpl. Ellis Tank, Victoria Bdgs R. Williams, Liverpool House 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, Snojvdon View Phillip Williams, Aberamffra Thomas Evans, Water Street John Jones, Goronwy Terrace Francis Morris, Abermaw Terrace Evan Evans, Arvon View Harry Powell, Llanaber Joe Catherwood Thomas Hugh Jones, Eldon House H. Hodgkirison, 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, Glanywerydd Owen Evan Owen, 11, Marine Terrace David Griffith, Cambrian Street Jack Davies, Bwlch Cottage R. H. Roberts, Penlan House Robert Francis Morris, Tanyfedw Charlie Scholz ("iate 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) Evan Lewis, Brynawel Terrace William Morris, Tanyfedw John Garnett, Mount Windsor Robt.Scott Vaugh ton, Bar mouth 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. Thomas O'Mara, Doctors Buildings. Dan Robinson, Bennar Terrace William Haines, Artbog John Parry, Glanmawddach C. Vaughan, Glandwr Mill George Bishop, Lion Hotel Cbas. 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 Ese.1 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 Jic ff s, Arthog Hall Hotel Ellis Roberts, St. Georges Tommy Roberts, do « Llewelyn Davies, Tynycoed David Thomas Brooks, do William Jones, Penycei 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. Herbert R. H. Dennis, Glenceirn David Griffiths, 1, Aelfor Terrace Robert Thomas, Church Place Gomer Thomas, Victoria Place Arthur Ll. Thomas, Do. John Henry Jones, Tainewddion John M. Evans, late Wynnstay House Arthur Wilson Roberts, 9, Porkington David Davies (late of Glandwr Lodge) William Watkins, 3, Penybryn Harry Whitehead, Park Road J. R. Jones, Manchester House Robt. Edward Griffith, Vulcan Villa JohnErieGriffith, Vulcan Villa(Canadians Bennett J. Griffiths, do (Canadians) G. W. Price, GIasfryn (Canadians) Rees Pugb, Llys Arfor (Canadians) Hubert Henry Hainge, Barmouth June John Jones, Barmouth Railway Station Important to Hotel and Lodging [ House Keepers. I THE GOVERNMENT Registration •Forms I for use of Hotels, Lodging Houses, &c., can be obtained from MESSRS. 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Annual Meeting ot the I Barmouth Library. Mr J. R. Williams, London City and Midland Bank, presided on Thursday last over a very good attendance at the Annual Meeting of the above Institution. The minutes of the last Annual Meet- ing was confirmed. Letters of congra- tulations upon the success of the Library were read from a number of Vice-Presi- dents and Patrons. On the motion of the Rev. R. Ward, B.A., seconded by Mr Ernest Lloyd, a hearty vote of thanks was passed to all the donors of books. On the motion of the Rev. Gwynoro Davies, seconded by Mr Owen Parry, it was resolved to accord on the Minute Book a deep appreciation of the loss sus- tained by the Library upon the death of four of its members, viz., Mr C. H. Miers, J.P., Mr 0. W. Morris, J.P., Mr Willie Williams, Ceylon House, and Mr R. G. Moore, Lion Hotel, On the motion of Mr Humphrey Jones, seconded by Mr Henry Freeman, the Secretary was instructed to write to a few ladies and gentlemen in the neigh- bourhood inviting their co-operation as Patrons and Vice-Presidents. On the motion of Dr. J. Pugh Jones, seconded by Mr Rees Jones, it was de- cided to add "The Queen" to the weekly papers purchased.—Mr Ernest Lloyd kindly promised to give the "Church Times. Mr Edward Williams proposed, and Mr M. G. Roberts seconded, that a hearty vote of thanks be conveyed to Mr R. Llewelyn Owen for his services as Auditor. A cordial vote of thanks was instruc- ted to be sent to the following, who so kindly give magazines and papers regu- larly Mrs Mackenzie, Edgbaston Mr J. A. Dorsett, Brynmynach Mr R. Prys Owen, Dyffryn; Mrs Talbot, Tvnyffynon; Mr D. E. Davies, St. Ann's Mrs Hugh Evans, Penmount; Mr J. A. Rowlands, Penygroes Mr O. W. Morris, Glanglas- for; Mr H. Jones, L. C. & M. Bank Miss Gyngell Mrs Mundy, Barnes, S.W. Dr. J. Pugh Jones, Fronygraig Mrs Rbys Jones, Glanymor; Rev. Gwyn- oro Davies; G. W.R. Company; as well as the publishers of several periodicals. The number of books given out from the Circulating Department during the year was 9,604, of which 2,202 were books of a serious nature. This is an average of 30 books every day of the year. Financially the prospects were none the less successful. The amount to the credit of te Institution on the 31st March being £[}13 4s. lOd. SECRETARY'S REPORT. The Secretary (MrJ. Jones) submitted his Annual Report, which was as follows: At theconclusion of another Library Year it is my pleasure and privilege to submit for your consideration a Report upon the working of the several depart- ments of the Institution for the year ending 31st March, 1915. "I am truly thankful to be able to state that our respected President, Mrs Talbot, who is in her ninty-second year, has been spared to see the commence- ment of one more year of the Institu- tion in which she took such keen in- terest. During the year we sustained a heavy loss in the death of four useful and faithful members, namely, Mr C. H. Miers, J.P., Mr. 0. W. Morris, J.P., Mr. W. Williams, Ceylon House, and Mr R. G. Moore, Lion Hotel. "Perfect harmony and co-operation characterised the proceedings connected with the Library during the year just ended. Up to the first of August it promised to be a record year, but upon the declaration of war there was an ap- preciable fall in the numberf visitors' members, as well as in the circulation of books. The severe winter storm caused some damage to the roof, which, to- gether with a few other repairs, were promptly attended to. THE READING ROOM. I The popularity of this room is by I now firmly established. The expecta. tions of the promoters that the young men of the town should make good use of the room has been more than justi- fied. The use, also, made of the room by visitors during the season clearly proves that it is an asset to the town. The tables, as usual, were well supplied with interesting Christmas Numbers by kind friends. A valuable addition was made to the Reading Room Library Cupboard by the presentation of The Life of David Lloyd George," by Herbert Du Parcq, M.A., B.C.L., complete in four volumes. The gift was made by MrsEvans, Pen- mount; in memory of the late Mr Hugh Evans, J.P., who had done so much for the Library. In addition to the periodicals bought by the Committee, a large number of Magazines and papers are* presented, for which I trust the donors will accept the Committee's sincere thanks. Should any other member wish to present any English or Welsh periodical, the gift would be much appreciated by the readers. A Map of the War sphere with the Flags of the combatant nations was presented by Sir Edmund Buckley, and placed in the Reading Room. A large portrait of Miss Marianne Farningham was presented by Miss Sharwood, and hung in the Reading Room. ArraDgements have been made by which those of the Belgian Refugees in the town who are able to read English can get the free use of the room, and a daily paper—' L' Independence Beige —is provided. "A Roll of Honour of all Barmouth men who are serving with the Colours, on land or sea, is being prepared and when completed will be hung in the Reading Room. "RECREATION ROOM. The popularity of this room is well maintained. A large number of the members has enlisted in defence of their King and country. In deference to the feelings of these absent members, it was decided to forego all tournaments in Billiards or Chess for the present year. The room is now being thoroughly cleansed and renovated. CIRCULATING LIBRARY. It I cannot speak too highly of the great generosity of Mrs Keightley, Glan- mawddach; Miss Winbam,ilove, and Mr J. A. Dorsett, Brynmynach, who pre- sented to this department during the year a large number of beau tit ul new and popular books. Books were also received from various other members and well-wishers of the Institution, thus avoiding the necessity for the Commit- tee to spend a large sum on new books. The number of books given out dur- ingthe year was 9,604, a fairly good pro- portion were books of solid reading. More books were borrowed from the Cobbe Library than was the case in any previous year. In conclusion, my sincere thanks are due to the Committee and members generally for their hearty support and co-operation in promoting the success of the Institution." The following officials and committees were appointed :-President,Mrs Talbot, Tynyffynon vice-presidents, Mrs Mackenzie, Edgbaston Mrs Williams, Plasmynach Mrs T. R. Bayliss, Ceil. wart Ucha; Mrs Hugh Evans, Pen- mount Miss Winham, Hove Mr J. A. Dorsett, Brynmynach; Mr C.E. Breese. Portmadoc Mr J. K. Starley, Coventry. Executive Committee, Rev. R. Lloyd Roberts,M.A.,The Rectory Rev. Gwyn- oro Davies, Haulfryn; Dr. J.O.Williams, Bryn; Dr. J. Pugh Jones,Fronygraig; Mr II. Freeman, Glanmeon: Mr D.E.Davies, St. Ann's Mr Morgan Richards, Fron- oleu; Mr Rees Jones, Moss Bank; Mr J. R. Williams, Mor Awel; Mr Morris G. Roberts,Henddol; Mr Edward Williams, St. Ann's; Mr Ernest Lloyd, Min-y-Mor; Mr 0. Armer, Craigymor; Mr David Roberts, N. P. Bank Mr Owen Parry, Kimberley House. Hon. Treasurer, Mr Humphrey Jones, L. C. & M. Bank. Hon. Auditor, Mr David Roberts, N. P. Bank, and Mr R. Llewelyn Owen, Council Office. The first meeting of the new Exe- cutive is to be held at 8 o'clock to-night (Thursday), when sub-committees will be appointed.