1 for King and Country. ROLL OF HONOUR. I 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 Cape. W. J. Price, Bryngoleu Chief Stoker Griffith Richards, The Anchorage. Petty Officer Tommy Williams,BeachRd. „ Willie Owen, Craigmynach » C. H. Mendbam, Mt. Argus LeadingSeaman R.Williams, Aberamffra „ Thomas Williams, Gwynfa Dick Powell, Llanaber I Willie James Rowlands, Riverslea Rowland Rowlands, do. j Alfred Price, Enfield House I Johnny Owen. BwlchVane,Marine Gdns David W. Humphreys (late of Water St. I Robert Jones, Abermaw Terrace j Robert Ellis Griffith, Aberamffra R. Lloyd Lewis (late of Aelydon) Griffith Edwards, Green Bank. Tommy Garnett, Wynnstay House R. Allen, Cambrian Street. THE ARMY Captain 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. I ergeant Wm. O'Neil, do. i Sergeant W. H. Jones (late of Aelydon) Sergt. Dick Puller, Beach Road Sergt. G. L. Booth, Brynawel Ter. Sergt. Bill Strongman, Harboro* House Sergt. Alfred Strongman, do. Corporal A. O'Neil, do. Corporal Robert Peters, Craig-y-Nos Corporal Edward Price, Glasfryn House Corporal Walter Thomas Pagb,Perigraig Corporal Frank Lloyd, 4, Bronaber Ter. Corporal Richard Tank, Victoria Bldgs. Corporal Herbert Aspinall, Beach Road Lce.-Corpl. John Williams, Park Road Lce.-Corpl. W. Lyons, Corsygedol Hotel Lce.-Corpl. Robert Williams,WesleyHse Lanc-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 Baildings 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 Harry Powell, Llanaber Joe Catherwood Thomas Hugh Jones, Eldon House H. Hodgkinson, Marine Hotel Peter Hughes, Relience House John Rees Edwards, Morben Villa William Edward Morris, Glyndwr ■ ■ 'S 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 (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) Evan Lewis, Brynawel Terrace William Morris, Tanyfedw John Garnett, Mount Windsor Robt. Scott Vaugh ton, Bar month 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 Haiues, 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. 4. Price, do. Harry Jeffs, 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 x 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 Sapper J. R. Jones, Manchester House Robt. Edward Griffith, Vulcan Villa John Jones, Barmouth Railway Station Hubert Henry HaingerBarmoutb Junct JohnErieGriffith,VulcanVilla(Canadians Bennett J. Griffiths, do (Canadians) G. W. Price, Glasfryn (Canadians) Rees Pugh, Llys Arfor (Canadians) D. H. Allen, Cambrian Street. Frank Wheeler, Water Street. raw AF THE MOST VALUABLE REMEDY ill. ever discovered. 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From the Papers I Benjamin John Holden, fifty, a platers helper, at Messrs Vickers' shipyard at Barrow, walked over the end of a three- plank staging and was killed. He fell a distance of 18ft. 0 C O 0 A telegram from Wellington says the Imperial Government has accepted New Zealand's offer to supply another sta- tionary hospital for the front. The staff will number one hundred. oooo The gift of flour by Canada to the Lon- don poor is proving especially acceptable now that bread has increased in price. In Lambeth some 900 loaves a week are now being given to the poor, and there is enough flour left to continue the distirbution for the next thtee months. 0 0 0 0 Mr Jame Wallace, boot manufacturer, Revidge Street, Blackburn, his wife and two lady friends were driving in a motor car along Moss Side Lane,Lytham, when a tyre burst, causing the car to skid and overturn in a field. Mr Wallace was injured about the head,and died in half an hour. oooo High tribute was paid to the late Mr W. Jones, M.P., at West Merioneth Calvinistic Methodist monthly meeting at Towyn on Monday, and a resolution was passed referring to the services he rendered not only in the politics and education of Wales but also in the country's social and religious life. oooo At a Church meeting in Newcastle, on Monday, it was stated that amongst apologies for non-attendance, was one from the vicar of St. Aiden's, New- castle, who was taking his summer vaca- tion by working on war munitions at Armstrong's Elsfick ordance factory, from 5 a.m. to 6 p.m. oooo Further action is to be taken, it is understood, by Welsh M.P.'s in regard to the War Office regulations relating to the retention of the" flash" on the uni- forms of the Welsh Fusiliers. The War Office says the "fiash" must only be worn on the scarlet tunics. But there are no scarlet tunics. Considerable indignation is being expressed, and fur- ther action is to be taken. oooo At the monthly meeting of the Rhyl Council on Monday, Mr Sykes presiding, a discussion arose as to the question of the sand drift. The surveyor said that the cost had steadily increased from C75 in 1901 to C260 last year and the sur- veyor calculated that it would cost at least R400 to remove the present ex ra- ordinary drift. Various suggestions were made, and in the end the Council decided to hold a special meeting to fully consider the matter, The Sikhs in the Brighton Pavilion on Monday held a service of intercession and prayer for the King and the success of the British arms. oooo The Lancashire Insurance Company meeting at Preston on Monday was the shortest sitting on record, all the busi- ness being disposed of in less than two minutes. oooo An explosion, as the result of which two lives were lost and eight or ten men and boys injured, occurred on Monday in No. 8 but at the works of the New Explosives Company, at Stowmarket, Suffolk. 0 0 0 0 After negotiations between represen- tatives of the Union-Castle Line and the Royal Mail Steam Packet Company and officials of the British Seafarers' Union, a substantial advance has been con- ceded to seafarers of all grades engaged upon r-%il boats. oooo &■ At the Crewe cattle action on Monday the auctioneers were asked by the presi- dents of two of the large associations of butchers and cattle dealers in Cheshire and Staffordshire not to accept any Ger- man bids. There were several German dealers present, and, realising the strong feeling of hostility, they at once left the market. oooo x At Hull on Monday, Christian Christiansen was sent to prison for five weeks in the second division, and Anna Christine Petersen was fined £ 5 5s. for a contravention of the Aliens Restriction Order. They were stated to be both Danish subjects. They arrived at Hull from Copenhagon on Saturday, and booked a room at an hotel. The man was described as a commercial traveller and the woman as a nurse. oooo Lord Nunburnholme, addressing a meeting of employers at Hull on Monday, asked them to give facilities for meetings to be held in workshops. They wanted, he said, three thousand recruits as reinforcements for the Northumberland Division within three weeks. Married men at Hull and the East Riding had responded well, but teh conduct of the young men in hanging back gave cause for anziety. oooo Montgomeryshire has lost its "fighting parson" by the death on Sunday of the Rev. Thomas Jones Rober ts, vicar of Mochdre. Mr Roberts, who' was forty- five years of age, was an accomplished preacher and a vigorous publicist, and an able champion of the Welsh Church cause and of Conservatism. A native of Flintshire, be bad held curacies at Llan. gollen and Flint before coming to Moch- dre eight years ago. While at Lam- peter College he was a fine footballer &nd cricketer.