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. Ward, B.A., and Rev. T. Lloyd Jones, B.A. Catholic Church, 8 a.m., 10.3C and 6.30 Rev. Father Wilcock. Christ Church (English Presbyterian), 11 and 6.30. Rev. William Foulkes English Congregational Church, 11 and 6.30. Rev. Laurance Wooley, Mold Wesleyan Chapel, 11 and 6.30.. Rev. E. J. Parry (pastor) Baptist Chapel, 11 and 6-30 I Rev. Edwin Jones, pastor WELSH. Llanaber Church, 10 and 6. S. David's Church. 10 and 6. Caersalem Chapel, 10 and 6. Rev. W. T. Elli, B A.,B.D. Park Road Chapel, 10 and 6. Rev. E. G. Jones, Pennal Wesleyan Chapel, 10 and 6. Rev. W. Morris Jones, B.A., Wyddgrug Congregational Chapel, 10 and 6. Rev. P. H. Lewis (pastor) Baptist Chapei, 10 and 6. Rev. Edwin Jones (pastor)
IMPORTANT TO TOURISTS. Tourists to the Welsh Coast should not forget to take a Trip over the far- famed FESTINIOG RAILWAY TWELVE MILES' RIDE ALONG THE MOUNTAIN SIDE, from which they will see THE MOST ENCHANTING SCEN- ERY IN NORTH WALES. EVERY WEEK-DAY until September 30th, 1915. TOURISTS TICKETS are issued from Cambrian Watering Places to TANYBWLCH and BLAENAU FESTINIOG (via Minffordd) as under: Return Fares To TANY- To BLAENAU From BWLCH. FESTINIOG Brd 1st 3rd 1st Class Class Class Class Barmouth 3/9 6/3 4/6 7/6 Dyffryn 3/- 4/11 3/9 6/2 Llanbedr & Pensarn 2^7 4/2 3/4 5/5 Harlech 2/3 3/7 3/- 4/10 Criccieth 2/4 3/7 3/1 4/10 Pwllbeli 3/6 5/10 4/3 7/1 Tickets are issued by any train having a through connection and available for return any day within 6 months. CYNFAEL WATERFALLS, FES- TINIOG. A conveyance will leave Blaenau Fes- tiniog on the arrival of the train due there at 12 noon and run through Fes- tiniog to Cynfael Waterfalls and back every week-day. Return fare, 1/6. F. G. CRICK, Festiaiog, Traffic Manager. July 1915. G. L OWEN, WATCHMAKER, JEWELLER, AND OPTICIAN. WHILE taking this opportunity of thanking the numerous friends and custumers for the support given him in the past at the old address, begs to announce that he will continue the above trades at his new address WERM, NORTHFIELD ROAD BARMOUTH, where he is ready to undertake all classes of repairs. Watches and Optical Work a speciality. Note Address: BWWERN9 NORTHFIELD ROAD Orders by post promptly at- I tended to. A STROLOGY.-Reiiable written life heroscope. Future events, marriage, partner described, chances, journeys, money prospects, fortunate days and seasons, bus- iness success and speculation, etc. Send birthdate, ]/- p.o., stamped envelopes to Madame MARION, 12, Shanwick Place, Edinburgh. AGENT- W. JONES, Street, BARMOUTH. OUR WOUNDED ALLIES, Among the organisations for helping suf- ferers in the war the Wounded Allies Relief Committee is doing a notable work. The scope of its operations in indicated by its title, and it works in the closest co-operation with the British and Allied Governments. It has placed thousands of wounded Belgians in hospitals and homes, and it extends support to a num- ber of institutions in France. A motor-ambu- lance unit is now on service with tIle BeJg-inn Army, and a special appeal is made for help- ing forward the work in hospitals immedi- ately behind the firing line, where proper emergency treatment is invaluable in saving many lives. Other features of the work are the provision of training and employment homes for the disabled, the supply of artificial limbs, and the care of wounded on leaving hospital. There is no other representative organisation which assists the sick, wounded, and crippled soldiers of all the Allies. Subscriptions, how- ever small, will be gratefully acknowledged on being sent to Lord Swaythling, No. 2, Grand Hotel, Trafalgar-square. Jjondoxu S.W. Sturmey- Dunlop ￼ ￼ ????? Archer '?''?' ????? 3-speed gear- Guar»nteed~ \^Jp^^ for EVER. The Case-hardened Bearings of the RALEIGH THE ALL-STEEL BICYCLE will last a lifetime. The outer shell is hard as a diamond to support the balls, while the centre is tough. fibrous steel to ensure com- plete immunity from fracture. Prices from I £ .5/19/6 or 9/4 per month. Send a p.c. for the Book of the Raleigh. Raleigh Points for Cyclists, /? ?? ￼ ?' Cycle by Frank Bowden, /V V Ltd. | F.RG,S Is. From 4 Kr— ) V, vCo., Agents & Bookstalls ham I cutting 11 San dwic hes I i noten ber that a few drops of I I |f'i|g hji^ If I jSS His He I j 'SAUCE- I alTe them quite & ,h\. jt ..w and distincthe fl But be ? K is Bitt be sure it is M.P. Saace
I Forthcoming Events Free insertions under this column to all those who bring in their Printing on all Forth-coming Events. SEPTEMBER. 10th—Royal Magnets' Grand Special Concert 15th—Sale of Household Furniture at Lawrenny Lodge by Mr Walter L1.1 Jones NOVEMBER. 10th -National Children's Home Con- cert Choir DECEMBER. 25th—Dyffryn Annual Eisteddfod.
Auction.—On Wednesday next and the following day if necessary, Mr Walter Lloyd Jones will conduct a sale of household furniture at Lawrenny Lodge. Sale to commence at 1,30 Terms -Strictly cash. Appointment. Mr J. Meredyth Pugb, son of Mr and Mrs Morris Pugb, 4, Aelfor Terrace, has been appointed cer- tificated assistant master at the Dol- gelley Council School, out of a large number of applicants. Mr Pugh has just completed a two years course at the Bangor Normal College, and no doubt there is a bright career in front of this young man. o The Army -Private Lewis Davies, son of Mr Morris Davies, Williams' Bdgs., who is at present out with the 1 /7th Royal Welsh Fusiliers in the Dar- danelles, has been promoted io Lance- Corporal after the recent action. The Band.—On Tuesday night, the Barmouth Coronation Silver Band, under the leadership of Mr W. E. Williams, played a number of classical pieces on the Marine Parade. County School Governors.—At a special meeting of the above Governors held on Friday last, the Rev. R. Lloyd Roberts, M.A., R.D., presiding, votes of condolences were passed with the families of the late Mrs D. Charles Edwards, Hafodybryn, and the late Mr John Morgan, Ballymacora. The Art Picture House.—Although thp evenings are fine, the above place of amusement is well patronised, and the pictures shown are of a very high order The 'star' picture for To-night (Thursday), Friday and Saturday will be "The Imposter" and the Official French War Film (no. 2) will be shown. I Also a Charlie Chaplin comedy will be shown, entitled "Getting Acquainted." The Royal Magnets.—On Friday last, the Royal Magnets' special concert was of a most interesting nature. By the courtesy of Messrs Pare and Bowden, 'Our' Kirk and Chas. Elstree took their annual benefit. A large and enthusiastic crowd of admirers sup- ported them, and undoubtedly the concert was a huge success from every point of view. These gentlemen, each clever and finished in his respective line, thoroughly deserve the reception accorded them. We, who have watched them the whole season know bow bard they have worked, the vast amount of enjoyment they have given to thousands of visitors, and the keen interest they have always shown in their duties'. We congratulate them on the result achieved, and wish them every good luck and prosperity. The concert was a merry and bright one The Magnets acquainted themselves admirably, and the audience showed their appreciation in no uncertain manner, and everyone voted the concert quite exellent in every way. The Local Volunteer TrainingCorps. The local Volunteer Training Corps are being drilled twice a week by the Commander (Mr David Roberts, N.P. Bank). Also shooting practices have been indulged in by a number of the 'Corps. Lord Charles Beresford says of the Voluntepr Training Corps: The Volunteer Training Corps is a splendid illustration of British patriotism. At great personal inconvenience and trouble the men have voluntarily under- taken drills, route marches, rifle prac- tices, etc., in order to get themselves ready and fit if required by the nation. They have bad little or no encourage- ment from the Government. The Volunteer Training Corps may be wanted, and I believe will be wanted. If they are wanted, the nation will owe them a lasting debt of gratitude for their foresight and loyalty in preparing for an emergency without 1ny request from the authorities, who will then be only too happy to avail themselves of their services. j The Male Voice Choir entertained quite a big crowd of visitors by singing hymns and other sacred pieces on the Marine Parade on Sunday night. This practice has been going on uninterrup- tedly for about forty years and is great y appreciated by the visitors. Mr H. A. Needham, a visitor staying in the town, presented the Choir with a number of copies of "Jesus Shall Reign," and Now the day is over," set to beauti ul music by himself suitable for choirs. Mr Needham is asked to accept the Choir's sincere thanks. During an interval in the singing, Mr J. Jones, The Libra y, spoke a few words on behalf of the brave Barmouth Boys who are serving their country, and said a collection would be made with the proceeds of which cigarettes would be sent to those who had actually been in the fighting line. Two guineas were immediately collected and the cigarettes will be for- warded early next week. If any one, who had not the opportunity to cast in their mite on Sunday, would care to add a trifle in cigarettes or in money, the same would be gratefully received, on behalf of the boys, at the Library, and carefully sent to their destination. A little home reminder will cheer the hearts of our brave lads. t Russian Flag Day.—The Russian Flag Day, in aid of the Russian Red Cross Fund, was held in Barmouth on Saturday last and proved a great suc- cess. A ladies committee was formed with Mrs D. E. Davies (president), Mrs W. 0. Gale (treasurer), and Miss Doli Richards, Greenhill (secretary), together with the following ladies who worked hard for this deserving cause :—Mrs Rbys Jones, Glanymor; Mrs Roberts, Ripon House Mrs D. E. James, The Pharmacy; Mrs Owen Williams, Ael-y- don Mrs Jones, The Cliffe; Mrs Williams, Penrallt Isaf; Mrs Capt.Pt ice, Tynddol Miss M. C. Evans, Tanrhiw Miss Profit, Bodweni; Miss Owen, Wern Misses O. and D. Dennis, Glen- cairn Miss G. Mendham, Mount Argus; and Misses Richards, Whitfield House. The Committee wish to thank most heartily the following ladies and gentle- men, who worked indefatigably on flag day, selling flags from early morning until late at night, their efforts realis- ing over £ 25 Mrs Capt. G. Williams, G W. R. Office; Miss Shand, Miss Loxton, Miss Blodwen Hughes, Miss Jenny Garnett, Miss Jenny Williams, Miss Eliza Griffith, Miss Florence Edwards, Miss Winnie Moore, Miss Dorothy Griffith, Misses L. J. Jones, Buddug Jones, Annie Richards, Moir Wynn Jones, Lilian Davies, Edith and Ida Arundale, Kathleen Loxton, Jenny Finnigan, Gladys Pugh, Yvonne do Coster, Marie Louise Delmotte, Martha Matsaert, Miss Janet Crabbe, Masters Owen Phillips, Kennett Shand, Peter Roberts, and Robert Henry Williams, and Mr D. E. James, The Pharmacy. The Committee al=o wish to thank the Churches in the town for their hearty support with collections last Sunday and also the Royal Magnets for their donation. Also the Coronation Silver Band for going out on Saturday after- noon. It is hoped when the collec- tion is complete that it will amount to about £45.