From the Papers I A workman who was fined at Jarrow on Monday for drunkenness on Sat ut-dty was slated to have worked 98-?f hours last week. The Swansea Dock hatehwar workers numbering about forty, struck work on Monday morning. The cargo trade of Swansea port was held up. Captain J. R. Carter, of Cowes, till skipper of the king's yauSht Biittania, which is now lying up, is to command Lord Brassey's vajht Sunbeam,which is being (quipped as a R<d Cross hospital -hip. The military authorities on Mondaj promulgated an oider that soldiers i, Carmarthen are not, to be supplied Wli I intoxicants by licencees exe, pi: hetweei 1 p.m. and 2 p m and between 6 30 and nine in Ibe evening. O-west ry Towu Council on Monda\ decided to oppose a schema ptoposed LJ. he Salop COUIII y Council for thp erect toi it a cost of £ 20 000, of an isolatio hospital to serve eight, uibiii and tura districts in North-WesL Shropshire. A house-to houae penny collector hrougheu Shropshire, organised by M W. C. B'idgeinan, M.P., resulted n nearly £ 2,000 being raised for the So John Ambulance Association and the B, ltibli Rr d Cross Society. The Royal Society of Medicine ha conferred on Sir John Williams, M D G.C.VO Aberystwyth, the rare disim ion of Hllnot at y Fellow of the socieln Sti J,,JIO Williams is president of tie Welsh National Library, Aberystwyth. Two young women Jessie Mi Call and Mary Qumn —were sent to prison a N wcasile on Tyne on Monday for four months for diunkennes and assaulting he police. It was stated that tli-N were so violent that it required eigln constables aided by several soldiers (I convey them to the police station. lVI, Asquithjin the House of Commoni- on Monday said that as a good deal ot electoral legist ration work had been don- he did not think it advisable toabandm the i-t-gist i ation courts this year. ABih !o postpone the elections fjr a year and '0 deal with registration for next year would be introduced forthwith. A bottle was picked up on l'nday at Carthy's Grove, on the County Waterfoid coa.,t, outside Youghal Harbour, en taming a piece of brown paper with the following written in copying ink pencil No other paper to be got. Going down with the Lnsitania torpedoed t ff Old Head of Kilisale.-M. MoManus Good-bye." Mr Austin Chamberlain announced on M nday in Par liament that he is in con sUitation with the MunitionsfCommittpe and also with the Government ot Ind a in regard to to the utilisation of 'the laboui supply of IlIdIa in the mann facl uie of munitions of war. The whole question is receiving the fullest attention. At Stalybridge on Monday Sarah Ann Harrison, living in a lodging-hAuse in Ashton-nnder Lyne, was charged with attempting to commit suicide. A boy named Eli Ashworth, of Jeffrey Street. Dukinfield, was near the canal at Clarence Street bridge when be saw the defendant jump in the water. He caught hold of her shawl and held her till assistance arrived. She was re- manded to the workhollso for a week*
__n- for King and Countrr., ROLL OF HONOUR. Barmouth Boys who serve their King & Country on Land and Sea. THE NAVY. I Lipnt Commander Edward Griffith, Re- liance House Lieutenant Best (late Lingfipld) I-jiptilpyiant, R. Lloyd (late of Tynycoed) Lieutenant H-ii-old Lowe,'Penrailt Flight Lieut. R Hilton Jones, R.N A.S. Chipf Stoker Griffith Richards, The Anchorage. P O. (1st 01 ) Tommy Williams, Beach Road (RN.A.S ) Do. Willip Owpn, Craigmynach (do) Do. C. H Mpndham, Mt. Argus (do) Pptty Officer R. Williams, Abernmffra LeadingSeaman Thos. Williams,Gwynfa Dick Powell, Llanaber Willie James Rowlands, Riverslea Rowland Rowlands, do. Alfred Price, Enfield House I Johnny Owen. Bw)chVanp,Mnnnp Gdns l David W Humphreys (late of Water St. David W Humphreys (late of Water St. Robert Jones, Ahermaw Terrace 'I Robert Ellis Griffith, Aberamfit'ra R. Lloyd Lewis (late of Aelvdon) Griffith Edwards, Green Bank. ) Thomas Garnett, Wynnstay House I R Allen, Cambrian Street. William Jones, Penycei (R.N.A.S) THE ARMY Captain D. Oswald Davies, Greenhili Capt. Tudor Jones Lieutenant Reginald Lloyd, Tynycoed 2nd Lieutenant G. B. Piggott, Fronaig 2nd Lieutenant M. Buckley 2nd Lieut.V St. G. Hewins, Garteglwyd 2nd Liput. J B Men ham, M'lunt Argus 2nd Lieulenant Meirion Williams, (late I Police Station.) Sergt, M ijor G Feist Pad, Bi-ynawel Ter. Sergeant A C O'Neil, do r S"' yen nt. Wm. O'Neil, Ho. | Sergeant W.H Williams, Liverpool Hse Sergeant, Samuel Dillow, Water Street Sergeant John Astley, Cumbprland Hse Sergeant J H. Lioyd, late Marine GdD?. Sergeant W H. Jones (late of Aelydon) Sergt. Dick fuller, Beach Road Sergt. G L. Booth, Brynawel Ter. S ■ rqt Bill St rongman, Harboro' House Sergt. Alfred Strongman, do. SI :Iff Sergeant H. Whitehead, Park Road S'ilff Sergeant M «jor W Jones, Glanaig Corporal Robert, Peters, Craig-y Nos Corporal Edward Price, Glasfryn House Corporal Walter Thomas Pugh,Per graig Corporal Frank Lloyd, 4, Bronaber Ter. Corporal Richard Tank, Victoria Bldgs. Corporal Herbert Aspinal), Beach Road Lee. Corpl. John Williams, Park Road Lee -Corp!. W. Lyons, Corsygedol Hot,el Lce.-Corpi. Robert Williams,Wesfpyflse Le,e.-Cor-pi. Ellis Tank, Victoria Bdgs Lee Corpt. Dan Robinson, Bennar Ter. Lee Corpl. Peter Hughes, Relience Hse. Driver George Astley, Cumberland Hse. 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, Brynawei 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 Fionfelen W. B Griffith, Vulcan Villa John Parry Jones, GlanlJyn 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 John Rees Edwards, Morben Villa I William Edward Morris, Glyndwr I-hn Morris, do. Lewis Edwaids (late of Penygraig) Willie Ellis, Water Street Evan Jones, Llwyndn Samuel Owen, Si. 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, Bwleb Cottage R H. Roberts, Penlan House Robert Francis Mortis, Tanyfedw Charlie Scholz (late Wesley Place) Evan Pierce Jones (late Penygraig) William Evans, Glandwr Lodge David Thomas Evans, do. Tommy C. Williams, Tygwyn B!àgs, 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 Va ugh ton,Bar mouth Junctio- Owen Thomns Morris, Tanyfedw. Arthur Lowe, Penrallt Cottage. David Ellis Humphreys, Gibi-all at- Ter. Alfred Smith Thomas, Glandwr Cottage Hughie Williams, Tegfan, Princes Av. John Lloyd, Barmouth Juncoion. Thomas O'Mara, Doctors Buildings. William Haines, Ai t hog John Parry, Glanmawddach C-. Viiuchtn Gltndwi- Mill George Bishop, Lion Hotel Chas. S. Walker, Corsygedol Hotel F. Prewer, B ynmawddach E Powell, do ldwal Wynne, Arthog Harold Dudley, Barmouth Hotel Willie Lloyd, Tynycoed Buildings David Richards, L(III m ingtoll House. D W Jones, Gwalia Hotel John E. Rowlands, Risers Lea Joe Whitehead, Park Road James Thos. Jones (late Water St.) John Llewelyn Evans, Fronoleu Farm D. I Rnwland8,CHmbrian Establishment David Pugh, The Gteen Garage Evan Pierce Jones, Lawrennv Lodge G Vernon Price, Enfield. F A Price, do. Harry J. ffs, Arthog Hdl Hotel Ellis R iberts, St. Georges Tommy Roberts, do Llewelyn Davies, Tynycoed David Thomas Brooks, do Harry Dudley, Coestaen Willie Owen, St. Georges David Hughes, Arvon View Walter Chas. Miles, Green Garage John Charles Crabbe, Water Street James Jones, Boots, Talydon Hotel Ellis Pi ice Jones, Beehive Robeit Lloyd, late Mai-int- Gardens. Heibert R. H. Dennis, Glenceirn Dfvid Griffiths, 1, Aelfor Terrace Robet-1, Thomas, Church Place John Henry Jones, Tainewddion John M. Evans, late Wynnstay House David Davies (late of Glandwr Lodge) Sapper WiNiam Watkins, 3, Penyhryn Sapper J. R. Jonps, Manchester House Robu. Etiwai d Gi-iffit It, Vulcan Villa John Jones, Barmouth Railway Station Hubert Hen y Hainge, Ea rmouth Junct JohnEi leGi iffii h,VulcanVilla (Canadians Bennett J. Gnffiths, do (Canadians) G. W Pi ice, Glasfryn (Canadians) Rees Pugh, Llys A) for (Canadians) Iorweith Price Jones, Gvvynfa Cottage (Canadians) Gomer Thomas, Victoria Place (Austra- lians) Arthur LI. Thomas, Do. (Australians) Arthur Wilson Roberts, 9, Porkington (Australians) D. H. Allen, Cambrian Street. Frank Wheelet., W al er Street. John Alun Evans (late of Bai mouth) Willie Williams, School House Ernest G Vaughton, Barmoui h Junction Robert Arthur Jones (late of Vron Dairy) Rowland Roberts, Water Sti-t eu Fraser Farrer, late Talydon Hotel
Barmouth Police Court. The monthly pel fy sessions were held on Friday last, before T Martin Wil- liams (presiding) aDd J. Pryce Jones, E quires. INDECENT LANGUAGE. Inspector Ben Evans charged William Thomas, Church Place, Barmouth, with using indecpnt, language on the Marine Parade on Sunday night, May 30 h. In reply to the charge, the defendant pleaded guilty. Watkin Owen, inspector under the B irmout h U. han Dist rid Council,stated that, on Sunday, M <y 30th, he was on the Marine Pallldp; nd saw the defer- dint, with his coat off and swaying his irms about, as if he was fighting and creating a disfut bance. Thp defendant w i3 under the influence of diink He wpnt. up to him and requested him to be quiet, and took him from the Slieltet- is far as the Pavilion He requested defendant to go home quietly, but lie returned again. Defendant used nil t-fc i idecent language. Complaints had made of t he disgraceful conduct at he Shelters on Sunday nigh", and the Free Church Council had also written fiout thp matter. The defendant said he was sorry for he (fence and that it would not occur again. In leply to the Cieik, the witness •i aid that the defendant wiis utidei- the ■. Que nee of drink at the time. The defendant said he was quite The witness said be had a Belgian (,Ilgi.e in COUt t who would prove that he defendan1 wanted to fight with him. The Belgian i-eftigee was then called o give evidence, hut as he could not inderstand English no evidence was I' pn. Watkin Owm informed the Bench hafe latei the same evening the defen- dant was creating a disturbance on the Quay and wanted to fight. The defendant said he did nothing of he kind. The Chairman said tbat, t he Bench ,vei,p dptpl mirwd to put a stop to these lisbehaviour on the Parade, and espe- cially on Sundays. As the defendant had pleaded guilty and regretted his conduct t hey wet ? going to deal lenii 1111y with him this time, and he would be fined 10s and he hoped that this would oe a warning for the future. Watkin Owen applied to the M igis- I I ate's to giant a witness fee for lbe Belgian refugee, as be might bitve lost 4s. or 5s. by boating. The Cleik-I suppose be has no boat of his own. The witness—No, Sir, but he goes out with a boat. The Bench refused the req uest. NON PAYMENT OF RATES. F. W. Anderson, G'olleridge Chambers, Cor poration Street, Biiminglnm, was >u m mo tied by Natbauial J Rchaids, rale collector for the LlangelyninPar ish, for the non-payment of poor rates and special rates. Defendant did not appear. Nathanial J. Richards stated that the rate was duly demanded from the defen- dant, and payment was not furthcoming, hub that morning the defendant had sent a cheque for the amount due. The Clei-k-WlittL oceup"tioii is he Witness-He is an architect and sur- veyor at Birmingham. The Clerk—What amount of rate did he owe your Parish ? Witness— £ 3 10s. 4d. The Chailman-How many times did you apply for the rates due ? The Witness—He was written to four times and defendant never answered once until that morning. The Clerk—Where is his house situa- ted at ? The Witness-At Fairbourne. The Bench adjourned the case for a week.