TO CONTRACTORS. TENDERS are invited for additions JL and improvements to Park Road C.M. Cbapel, Barmouth. The plans and specifications can be seen with Mr Edward Williams, Ceylon House. The tenders to be delivered (sealed and en- dorsed) to the Rev. E. Afonwy Williams, 3, Hanlith Terrace, not later than Fri- day, the 12th inst. The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. O. MORRIS ROBERTS & SON, M.S.A., Architect & Surveyor, Portmadoc & Barmouth.
— BARMOUTH. t Interesting. Lovers of Marianne Farningham and John Bunyan ought to read Marianne Farningbam in her Welsh Home and Bunyan Yesterday and To-day," by W. Glandwr Morgan. 6d. and 1/ Had of all Booksellers in the town.-Ad vt. Train Service Alterations. The summer service of trains will come into operation on Monday, July 12th. Numerous alterations will be made in I the local and through service. For full particulars see time tables. Success—Mr David Evans; Glandwr, near Yarmouth, who is at present ser- ving with the Royal Welsh Fusiliers, in France, has successfully passed an ex- amination qualifying him as farrier and shoeing smith. Church Parade.—On Sunday last, the Barmouth Volunteer Training Corps attended the morning service at Llan- aber Church, the service being conduc- ted by the Rev. R. Lloyd Roberts, M.A., Rural Dean. Scholarships.—On Saturday a large number of scholars from the Barmouth County School Area sat the annual en- trance scholarship at the County School. The result will be made known shortly. German Hatred of British.-Last week in the vicinity of our town a huge snake was found suspended from the branch of a tree, with its head crushed, f and near it were two twigs crossed, and a scrap of paper on which was written Gott starfe der British (God punish the British). We will have you yet.- "Kaiser Bill." Infants' School.—The following is H.M. Inspector's report of the school work received on June 28th 1915 :—* This is a wisely conducted, bright and cheerful Infants' School. Abundant opportunities are afforded the children of partaking in interesting and educa- tive occupations. Their games too are well supervised and organised. These 1 as well as the various methods and devices employed by the teachers in the successful teaching of the more formal lessons call for much activity and alertness in the pupils and help towards a healthy development of mind and body. They also account for the high state of efficiency of the Depart- ment. The Red Cross Concert.—On Friday evening last, at the Assembly Rooms, a concert for the benefit of the British, Belgian and Serbian Red Cross Societies, was held. The suggestion for the concert was given to the English Congregational Church by Miss J. R. Adams, Llys Meirion, which was heartily taken up by the Church, and arrange- ments were made to enlist the sympath- ies of the inhabitants of the town and visitors^ The following lady membeis dividing the town and selling tickets :— ø Miss J. R. Adams and Miss Snow, Mrs Kershaw and MrsFelstead, iVlrsGlandwr Morgan and Miss Wharton, Mrs Strong- man and Miss Roth well. On all hands the ladies were heartily received, and everything pointed to a full 'house.' Here it is but fair to state that the i work of the ticket.sellers was splendidly I supported by two of the artistes—The j Misses Hat greaves and Desmond-who sold tickets to visitors on the Parade. The chairman for the evening, lVI, T. W. Piggott, J.P., Fronaig, in his ad- dress, said be was very delighted to see such a crowded house. The cause for which the concert was held was a v;>ry noble one, and it was very praiseworthy of the English Congregational Chu "ch to organize the concert. Our Nil' :on and the Allies need all the support we can give them. Our brave soldiers are nobly doing their "little bit," giving themselves somewhere in France, and it was right and fitting we should do our part to do all we can to support them. The evening's programme was excel- lent, though he had to announce two disappointments, viz., Dr. Heath and Mr David Roberts (harpist), who were unable to put in an. appearance, but he was confident they were in for a treat (cheers). The following was the prograiiinie f God save the King duett, I heard a voice,' Misses Hargreaves and Desmond; song, Le pardon de Ploerme! Mons Camille Delmotte; song,'A gipsy maiden I,' Miss Madge Desmond; song, I An evening song,' Mr Ellis M. Evans; duett, I Misei-P, II Trovatore, Misses Hargreaves and Desmond song, Car- men/ Mons C. Delmotte; song, To the Dance,' Miss Bessie Hargreaves song, Le Barbier de Seville,' Mons Delmotte; duett, I Carinena,' Misses Hargreaves and Desmond; song, The sailor's grave,' Mr E. M. Evans; song, 4 Leg Noces de Jeannette,' Mons C. Delmotte pot pourri, the Royal Magnets God save the King.' It is no exaggeration to say that all the artistes were in fine form, their magnificent reception by the enthusias- tic audience proved this to the bUt. From the first item, when the Misses Hargreaves and Desmond, in their duett, I beard a voice,' brought down the bouse, to the pbt pourri of the Royal Magnets, the enthusiasm was unabated, Mons Camille Delmotte was accorded a fine reception, not merely because he was a Belgian refugee in our midst, but on account of his fine renderings. Mr Ellis M. Evans, as usual, was splendidly received, and as other artistes, gave encores. The first appearance of the Royal Magnets was the signal for a great outburst and a good augury for the season. The Pastor (Rev. W. Glandwr Mor- gan) in moving a vote of thanks to the artistes, who bad given their services gratuitously, said they were doing their bit for the country, and they did it magnificently. The Chairman, who had sent his son (Lieut. Piggott) to the front, bad just handed him (Mr Morgan) a scrap of paper," but he was not going to do with it what the German did with bis, but he would have pleasure to band it to the Red Cross. At this point a visitor (H.G.H.), who bad previously suggested a collection should be taken at the door, handed Mr Morgan C2, the audience cheered him to the echo. Mr Morgan, continuing, said "We bad as a nation come to our Calrary--Re(T Cross —a Bloody Cross, and every member of the nation would have to bear a share of the burden. Our men were giving themselves for us, we were doing a part of our bit this evening, but he trusted we should do all we could to support the Government to bring the, war to a suc- cessful issue."—Mr J. E. Strongman seconded the vote, which was carried with enthusiasm. Mr Jas. Kershaw (secretary) was ad- mirably supported in carrying out the arrangements of the concert by Messrs. J. E. Strongman, D. Walter Davies, Ellis Evans, Pugh Evans, Bert Strong- man, while Ceinwen Felstead, Lizzie Jones, Doris -Jones and -—- Arundale sold programmes. Mrs Wade Roberts, R.A.C.M., on this occasion, as on all occasions in connection with our chari- table concerts, rendered first class ser- vices by her accompaniments. The nett profits of the concert were 1?22, and this is being divided between I the three above mentioned societies. j The Royal Magnets —The Royal Magnets opened the season on Saturday night and were well received by a large audience. School Managers.-The monthly meeting of the Barmouth and District Sehool Managers was held last Wednes- day. Alderman T. Martin Williams, J.P., and Mr Henry Freeman were re-elceted as representatives on the Lewis Lewis Bequest Committee. To Visitors.-For the Barmouth Moun- taineering Guide to Cader Idris and the Range of Rbiniog Mountains toDiffwys, and also bass and trout fishing. Apply to David Griffith, 2, Henblas, Bar- mouth.-Ad vt. Tennis Tournament.—The prizes in the recent tennis tournament were won by Miss Jones, Greenhiill, and Mr Wilson Williams. On Saturday next, a tournament will take place on the I Recreation Ground at 2 30, Open to all comers, Registration of Visitors.-It is of the greatest importance to all persons who take in visitors that they should see that their visitors fiil in immediately on arrival at their houses the Registration Forms, as per law prescribed. The necessary forms may be bad at the Advertiser Office. Coronation Band-On Thursday night, the Barmouth Coronation Silver Band played selections of music on the Marine Parade, which were greatly ap- preciated by the visitors. To-night (Thursday), at 8 o'clock, the Coronation Band will playa programme of music in the Epworth Terrace Open Space. The band will play three times a week during the season in different parts of the town.
MERIONETH QUARTER SESSIONS. The Trinity Court bf Quarter Sessions was held at Dolgelley on Tuesday last, before Sir A. Osmond Williams, Bart., and a full Bench of Magistrates, which included Alderman T. Martin Williams, Messrs Thos. W. Pjggott, Morris Evans, J. Pryce Jones, E. L. Oliver. There were also present: Mr William George, Under-Sheriff for the county, and Mr Richard Llewelyn Owen, Under- Sheriff's Clerk. Morgan Lloyd (31), a farmer, Bala, pleaded guilty to three indictments for stealing sixty-five sheep.—Mr Arteraus Jones, defending counsel, stated that the accused was a married man, bad two young children, and was most re- spectably connected; but becoming fin- ancially embarassed, he stole the sleep, which belonged to his relations.—Sir Osmond Williams, in sentencing Lloyd to twelve months' hard labour, said the offence was more serious, in so much as the mountainous nature of the county rendered it difficult to detect losses of sleep. The following from Barmoutb were sworn on 'thp Grand Jury Messrs Rhys Jones, Glanymor; E. D. Jones, M.A., ITafod; William Owen, Craigmynacb; Owen Williams, Aelydon; and Owen Parry, Kimberley House.
? The Picnic Basket I I is incomplete without I I a bottle of H.P.Sauce I Plenty of other sauces i !@?'??? ??? ?? one— I _? APARTMENTS-I, Sea View Ter. race, Barmouth. Comfortable apartments. Excellent views of sea and mountains. Apply—Mrs Pugh. EURNISHBD HOUSE TO LET JL- or Apartments. 7 bedrooms, 3 receptions, bath (h. & c.). Terms moderate. Apply—Mrs Williams, Fron- fair, Llanfair, Harlech. I WANTED.-One bedroom and a VV sitting room, with attendance', from July 10tb, for 14 or 17 days. Write stating inclusive terms and full parti- culars to F. C. Parkinson, 90, Ellis- combe Road, Old Charlton, Kent. WANTED GOOD GENERAL, vv permanent, reference required. I" Good wages. Apply—Mrs Mobley, 8, Porkington. OR SALE-TO HORSE DEALERS —For immediate disposal 6 year old cart Horse 1St bands. Inspection can be arranged by the Town Surveyor, Barmouth, to whom offers should be sent before 8th July. ￼ T?OR SALE.—Bath Chair in good JL condition. Apply,-N ewell, Cot- tages, Barmouth Junction. llOR. SALE.—Market Cart in good condition. Apply,—Thos. Morris, Hendremynach Farm, Barmouth. NOTICE. THE Irish Linen Shop, BEACH ROAD, WILL be opened shortly with a latge stock of Irish Linen. All kinds of Embroidered, Fancy Drapery, Ladies' Dresses, etc. .GIfü-=-=_ -=- Uo1 :==: ART PICTURES PAVILION PROMENADE, BARMOUTH. TO-NIGHT THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY. 14th Instalment of LUCILLE LOVE. He Loved the Ladies. Tell Tale Scar. Law of the Lumber Jack. Gaumont Graphic. j Nearly a Burglar's Wife. NEXT WEEK MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY FIFTH MAN. One Shall be Taxen. White Lies. Motherless Kids. Brand New Hero. Brass Buttons Oh! Those Women. is Gaumont Graphic. N • Nightly at 8 o'clock. Matinees: Wednesday & Saturday at 3 o'clock. Admission: 3d. & 6d. Now Open! The Pavilion Billiard Room, I Two Tables. Open Daily from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. i