or < G AT 0' J.l JjJ ¿ Decer.n, b ei: lst A t ￼ '-J' ot or ¡;¡¡¡" "l¡ A11 Vill be hoici in t Ii c- Ca al;¡' 'tr1¡¡ C it ea ,11, JJlJij." BARYiiOUTH, a Ti-darge Quan-tit>y of Hand-made, orne-made 01 J. 1 t II" 1 J" ???l?O???Illiirli?g? ? ?t3t?? U? ii.iM?f??lliMnh.?f?ili???fy ?S?F??i?AT??.?hf''?-??? ??? ????Ihi.?AAl%f??.l? ????T?.J?L ? ? ww :J£ J. V..L vJL Garments, &c., will be sold. The Sa.ie -ivill be opened at 2 o'clock. MUSIC, VOCAL and INSTRUMENTAL. Pi,Wr INTERESTING COMPETITIONS. c A d s s i T. h, WRA1'1S' Pn ce, ¡'m." Diaa II l F, orget the Dn; te. U Jt.ä. Ü u ¿ au, e neS ec. lstg 915 ]"ar.n111,<C->oI! ..JlI:¿.¡¡'l.f.d"¡: /???MEM ????<<<<????=???? AGENT- 1KTET 'H'?T?T?TW??T? W. JONES? ? ?"' -StT? ?s..??- Street, BARMOUTH. OBR WOUNDED ALLIES. Among the organisations for helping suf- ferers in the war the Wounded Allies ReHcf Commibtee 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, a.nd it extends support to a num- ber of institutions in France. A motor-ambu- lance unit is now on service with the Belgian Army, and a special appeal is made for help- ing forward the work in hospitals immedi- ately behind the firing line, where proper pmero-ency 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 acknov/ledged en being sent to Lord Swaythling, No. 2, Grand Rebel, Trafalgar-square. JJOnd.. S. W. Y/ar I ObLain at cnce the mosij interesting and wonderful Bock published THE E'G, E- AND T N CAR "GASEs (Forte!iiag the Doom of the Kaiser). By TRETA. THE aim of this publication is to show the sacred origin of the war, its gigantic issues and the glorious destiny of the English-speak- ing race. It shows that we are now in process of fulfilment of the Third of Christ's given to his disciples regarding His coming. The nrst was the destruction of Jerusalem. The second was the appearance of false Christs deceiving the Elect. The third was the greatest Tribulation that the world has ever seen or will see. This war surpasses the horrors of the Middle Ages, "the Hell of Dante pales beside that of the Kaiser. This is the gathering of the Eagles and the carcase is that of the sick man of Europe, Turkey In the Apocalyptic vision of the Great Armaged- don the three unclean spirits," the dragon, the beast and the false prophet or teacher, are Austria, Turkey and Germany. In Israel the authoress sees the Anglo-Saxon, the little nation that should become a thousand and a small one a strong nation." In the prophecy of Isaiah it is seen that when men are in the worst state of blindness Israel would be found, having been sustained all these years by God, the wealth of the Gentiles pouring into her treasuries, the paths of the sea leading up to her, the colonies bringing in their gold and silver to her in ships from afar, the sons of strangers building up her walls, and the East supplying her with camels and dromedaries. In the prophecy of Esdras the Son is said to be revealed at the time of the great war. England is to possess the "gates of her enemies," the Jews are to return to Palestine under British protectorate. Israel and Judah G. E. 9 WMSHMRKER, JEWELLEB MS OPTtCm WIIILE taking this opportunity !tfV of thanking the numerous friends and custumers for the support given him in the past at the old address, begs to announce that be will continue the above trades at his new address P,IURTHFIELD ROAD 'BARMOUTH, where he is ready to undertake all classes of repairs. Watches and Optical Work a specaaHty. Note Address: ROAD. Orders by post promptly at- tended to. J. JOtES SON MANCHESTER HOUSE, BARMOUTH. -.if Ladies' & Gent's Tailors and Outiitters and Fancy Drapers. WORE DONE ON THE PREMISES FIT, STYLE AND WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED. EME!N8-PHV§!SaL SULTURE. ISS BATTINE WILLIAMS and Assisacts,- of Liverpool & North WHies, visits BARMOUTH, DOLGEL- LEY, aud District Weeidy. AHcommuaica.tiocbto:— "NYTHFA," DYSERTH, 6 FLINTSHIRE ¡ ART PICTURES Ip ILIO PROMEMSE, BSRMOUTH. Grand Picture Display ¡NIGHTLY AT I I Matinees, Wed. and Sat. at 3. ) A.D:MISSION' BROUNC FLOOR 6d. BALCOMY M TO-NIGHT Thursday, Friday and Saturday. FFITH INSTALMENT OF THE MASTER KEY, MISER'S LEGACY. HIS NEW IJOB, PIMPLE'S PAST. BEGGAR CHILD, NEXT WEEK ,Monday, TMesday and Wednesday Her Husband's SOli ROSE OF THE SHORE. CABMAN KATE. ? BELATED HONEYMOON. HIS SISTER'S KIDDIES. WHEN IT'S ONE OF YOUR OWN.
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