ASSISTANCE TO SICK AND DIS- ABLED SOLDIERS AND SAILORS. I The Committee of the National Relief Fund desire to d, aw attention to the fact that soldiers and sailors on sick furlough or discharged medically I Ui fit may,, in case of need, receive temporary assistance from the Fund. Any case of this kind which are not I being dealt, wit.h by the special organi- sations administering grant.s from t,he Fund for this put pose,should be referred, with full particulars, to the Secietary, National Relief Fund, 8, Queen Ann's Gilte, London, S. W.
A case of anthrax in a cow is reported at Liltleborough, near Rochdale. Patrick Casey, a returned I, ish-Ameri- can, was found dead in his house in Synge Street, Dublin, on Monday, with several of his veins and arteries cut. j
In IRenioriam. In loving memory of our dear son and brother, Willie, who died June 23rd 1914, aged 22 years. One less at home The charmed circle broken,—a dear face Missed day by day from its accustomed place, But cleansed, and saved, and perfected by grace One more in Heaven (Sadly missed.) FATHER, MOTHER and BROTHER, Ceylon House.
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. Wat d, B.A and Rev. T. Lloyd Jones, B A. Catholic Church, 8 a.m., 10 30 and 6.30. Rev. Father Wilcock. Christ Church (English Presbyterian), 11 and 6.30. Rev. Watcyn Price, B A,, Bala English Congregational Church, ]1 and 630. Rev. W. Glandwr Morgan (pastor) WELSH. Llanaber Church, 10 and 6. S. David's Church, 10 and 6. Caeisalem Chapel, 10 and 6. Rev. Mordaf Pierce, Dolgelley Park Road Chapel, 10 and 6. Rev. H Levi Jones, Croesor Wesleyan Chapel, 10 and 6. I 10, Mr B. H Owen, Dolgelley; 6, Rev. R Couwy Pritchard Congregational Chapel, 10 and 6. Rev. P. H. Lewis (pastor). Baptist Chapel, 10 and 6. Rev. Edwin Jones (pastor)
Forthcoming Events I Free insertions under this column to I all those who bring in their PrinAn I on all Forth-coming Events. JUNE June 25th —Grand Concert in aid of the Belgian, Serbian and British Red Cross Funds. 26! h.—Grand "Opening Concert of the Royal Magnets. AUGUST. 11th Flower, Fi ui i, & Vegetable Show at Llwyngwril. DECEMBER. 25th—Dyffryn Annual Eisteddfod.'
LOST. On Sunday evening between the English Congregational Chuich and Green Hill a Gold Flexible Bangle with padlock. Anyone returning same to Gteenhill will receive 5/- rewaid. Of great value to the owner. CARETAKER. r r HP, BARMOUTH URBAN DIS JL TRICT COUNCIL require a reliable woman as Caretaker of the Council Office situate at Bank Buildings Applicants must state the terms upon which they offer their services, and send in their applications to the Town Clerk without delay. ???? EACH'S Arome,tic ?SES ¥\poultWspice^ 1 INCREASES YOUR EGG SUPPLY 3 ? Makes Hens \&y, and ensures &bundaM6 § #1 of Eygs all the year ä JS? CASM OF 7Z PEN?y PACKETS. ?- .ææ |jk 5 J.BEACHAC2, The Nills, TIPTON. ART PICTURES PAVILION PROMENADE, BARMOUTH. TO-NIGHT THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY. 13th Instalment of LUCILLE LOVE. Little Hobo. The Rounders. Fruits and Flowers. x Gaumont Graphic. Ancient Order of Good-Fellows. NEXT WEEK MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY LOVE & FLAMES. Real Things in Cowboys. From Peril to Peril. In the Clutches of a Villain. In Bridal Attire. Just a bit of Life. Pnopanty Man. Nightly at 8 o'clock. K atinees: Wednesday & Saturday at 3 o'clock. Admission: 3d. & 6d. » Now Open! The Pavilion Billiard Room, Two Tables. Open Daily from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. ATLAS ASSURANCE COMPANY. LTD. HEAD OEFICE CHEAPSIDE, LONDON. FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT BURGLARY « Founded in the Reign of George III Liverpool Branch: 4, Chapel Street Agents: R. LLEWELYN OWEN, BARMOUTH W. 0. GALE, HIGH ST., BARMOUTH THE BARMOUTH steam Caunarp. PROPRIETRESS: MRS. BORTHWICK. 11 kin of Laundry work done on the shortest notice, at reasonable charges DYEING AND CLEANINr;, Special quotations for Hotels and large families J. FOULKES JONES & SON MANCHESTER HOUSE, BARMOUTH. • h -=-.i'- Ladies' & Gent's Tailors and Outfitters and Fancy Drapers. WORK DON 13 ON THE PREMISES FIT, STYLE AND WORKMANSHIP I GDARAN1:'EED.
Overseers Meeting.—A meeting of the Overseers was held on Wednesday last. Present: Messrs L. O. Evans, Morris Jones, Owen Williams, and Henry Freeman. Mr L. O. Evans was elected ¡ chairman for the ensuing year, and Mr Morris Jones was appointed to sign cheques. The rate for the cunnt half Year w is fixed at 2/9 in the £ being the same as the corresponding half year. New Offices.— The officials of the Urban Council are now taking possession of heir new quarters in Bank Ruildings which has been taken on a long lease by the Council. The premises have under gone extensive alterations with the result that the town can now boast of an up-to-date set of offices under one roof. On the ground floor is the fire station with a room for the firemen and also a private room for the Council's clerk and solicitor. On the first floor is a spacious Ci uncil Chamber and a room for the assistant clerk. On the spcond floor 'a.re ho offices of the Sur. veyor and Inspectoi of boating and hackney carriages, whilst above are are several rooms for the storage of papers. The Royal Magnets.—On Saturday next, the 26; li, the Royal Magnets give their grand oppuing concert at the Magnet's Rendezvous, Marine Parade. This will be the twentieth consecutive season of Messrs. Pare and Bowden in Barmouth. They have always struck the true note of refinement and ability, and their popularit y has beenwell-earned and sustained. They have always given excellent entertainments and are quite psrt of Barmouth. They always bring hith them a well-chosen company with extensive repertoir of rich humour and interest, and we are looking forward to the many happy times we sball have listening to them during their visit. We extend to Messrs. Pare & Bowden and their company a hearty welcome and wish them a joyful and prosperous season. The Art Picture House.Despite the spell of hot weather the patronage of this indoor place of amusement shows quite the reverse of diminution, and the fiequent and hearty approval di-play d is evidence that the management li,.t\ e gauged the* taste of their patrons to a nicety, thg star film in the early part of the week was "The Ticket of Leave Man," (in two parts) A Dog' s Live," "Detective and Match ranker," Tie Gfiumont Graphic," Fatal f lirtation," "Follow your Leader," and others. For to night (Thursday) and the re- mainder of the week the programme is indicative of interest. The fi in featured is "Lucille Love," (No, 13" and "Ancient Order of Good Fellows," (in two parts), which is augumented by "The Gaumont Graphic," "Little H ibo," u F, uits and Flowers," "The Rounders." Temperance—The West Merioneth Tempeiance Union held its annual con- ference at the English Congregional Church on Friday week. The meeting was presided over by Lady Herber t Roberts, wife of Sit, H." bl" t Rflhp, ts, M P. Delegates from the 22 branches in Weal Merioneth were present and reported favourably on the work done dii-itig the winter months. Lady Ro berts gave an inspiring and stirring ad- dtess on The War and the Duties of Women in the Present Ciisis," Miss Pilchard, general secretary of the N jrth Wales Branch of tbeB.W.TA, gavp an iiitei-i sting address on The Woik done amongst the Troops by the several branches. Mrs John Morgan Baliymacora, proposed and Mr*, Edwin Jones seconded a hearty vote of thanks to the speakers. Mrs D. J. Williams, Blaenau Festiniog, and Mrs John Mor- gan, Ballymacora, were elected on the Executive Committee of the North Wales branch. After the conference the delegates were entertained to tea by the Bannouth Branch. A hearty vote of thanks was accorded to the Bat mouth frieods on the proposition of Lrtdy Roberts, seconded by Miss Pritchard Wounded at the Dardanelles. -The welcome news has been received that Mr Arthur Wilson Roberts, late of 9, j Porkington Terrace, who was serving with the Australians at the Dardanelles, is safe but slightly wounded and is at present in a bospital in Egypt. Registration of Visitors.-tt, is of the greatest importance to all persons who j take in visitors that they should see that their visitors fiil in immediately on arrival at their houses the Registration j Forms, as per law prescribed. Several ￼ persons were summoned at the LL)n- j duduo Police Court last Tuesday for failing to register their visitors. The j necessary forms may be bad at the Advertiser Office. I The Summer Season —The rate- payers* anxieties as to what kind of summer season which is likely to ex perience are being steadily set at rest for 'the town may count now as many visitors as came in the past at this time of the year. Scores of applicants for copies of the local guide are being received at the Council Office weekly. The testimony of those who can speak from experience is that t here has been a large influx of visitors who visit the place for the first time. Bowling Club.-The draw for the first round of the second tournament resulted as follows M' John Hughes v. M,' J. Rnthwell Mi- J R.Williams v. Mr M.G. Roberts Mr H R Davies v. Mr W. Williams Mr Henry Freeman v. Mr F. Walker Mr H. Jones (15) v. Mr D. O. Hughes(S) Mr J. Humpbreys(15)v. Mr P. Parry^l^-) Mr L. 0, Evans v. M> Church ley Mr Gwilym Ditvies v. Mr D. E. James Mr R W. Jones v. Mr Francis Jones Mr Rbys Jones v. Mr D. W. Davies Byes. Messrs E. Llewelyn Edwards, Owen Williams, J. Pryce Jones, Fred Howe, D. T. Roberts, and W. O. Gale. Barmouth Volunteers.—Taking ad- vantage of the fine weather which is prevailing, the local unit meet for drills on the Recreation Grounds, under the command of Mr Beddovvs, B.Sc. Last Monday very interesting work was explained by the Comro-u der such as the judging of distances, nature of ground liable to be over and under estimate, also the method to apply in finding various positions at which the enemy may be lying in wait. The Corps is making good progiess also at the shooting range. The following have now handed in their card s for proficiency Mr David Roberts, N.& P. Bank, has scored at the quick firing range, viz., ten rounds in one hundred seconds, 98; Mr Robert Lloyd, con- tractor, 95; Mr Graham, Glanwilliam, 94 Mr George Rocke, 85 and Mi Angel J"nes 95 in ordinaly firing. H ive you joined the Volunteer Corps. It not,why not ? l' I