Pte. ROBERT HENRY LEWIS, Son of Mr and Mrs Robert Lewis Brynawel Terrace, who was wounded at the Dardanelies December Bra" 1915 Pte. WALTER WILLIAMS, Whose wife is a sister to Miss Astley, 1, Ooventry Terrace, where she is at present staying. Reported missing at theDardanelles since August 10, 1915.
From the Papers. After being idle for three weeks the miners resumed work at theTorymynydd Colliery, South Wales, on Tuesday on day-to-day contracts. Lord Charles Beresford wired on Tuesday to Sir Hedworth Meux The whole service will be pleased at your acceptance of Portsmouth, the finest consistuency in England." The breeding of goats on an extensile scale is proposed by the War Agricul- | tural Committee of Carmarthenshire, and the suggestion is being enthusias- j tically supported. It was stated at Rhyl Police Court on Tuesday that women carriage cleaners are receiving zCl per week. One of these women was fined 7s. 6d. for being being drunk and insisting upon being locked up. Sir George Reid was nominated on Tuesday for the Parliampntary vacancy in St. George's, Hanover Square. Mr Mackenzie Bell having withdrawn,there will be no contest, and Sir George Reid automatically becomes M.P. for the division.
Forthcoming Events Free insertions under this column to all those who bring in their Printing on all Forth-coming Events. JANUARY. 14th4—Lecture at the Park Road School- room by Mr John Morris, B.Sc., Llanberis. 27th -Whist Drive at the Masonic Hall, in aid of the Bowling Club. MARCH. 8tb.-Children Competitive Meeting at the Caersalem Chapel. 22nd.—Children ^Competitive Meeting at the Park Road Chapel ART PiBTORES PavslioN PROMENADE, BARMOUTH. Grand Picture Display NIGHTLY AT 8. Matinees, Wed. and Sat. at 3. ADMISSION GROUND fLOOR 6d. BALCONY 3d TO-NIGHT Thursday, Friday and Saturday. 13th INSTALMENT OF THE MASTER KEY. HIS WIFE'S HUSBAND. PIMPLES DILEMMA. BRIDAL BOQUET. OLIVE'S PETS. COUNTESS YESCHIES JEWELS. NEXT WEEK Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday THE SWINDLER. SMALLEST WORM VOICE OF CONSCIENCE. EDDIE'S LITTLE NIGHTMARE WHEN DUMBLEIGH SAW THE JOKE. LANGUAGE OF THE DUMB. MUSIC LESSONS IN BARMOUTH OR NEIGHBOURHOOD. MR. W, H. WOODWARD, Musical Direc- tor of The Pavilion Barmouth, is prepared to receive Pupils for Piano- forte playing, Theory of Music and Singing. Terms on application to VICTORIA BUILDINGS, Barmouth. i -;]- _rll' DANCING-PHYSICAL CULTURE. MISS BATTINE WILLIAMS and l.V-L Assisants, of Liverpool & North Wales, visits BARMOUTH, DOLGEL- LEY, and District Weekly. All communications to:- NYTHFA," DYSERTH, FLINTSHIRE s COFIWCH. COFIWCH. NOS WENER (Nos Yfory) TRADDODIR X»sa,Jr I.i *h. GAN Mr. JOHN MORRIS, B.Sc., Ysgol y Sir, Llanberis, Yn Ysgoldy Park Road, Testyn Y DATOD MAWR AR AIL GYLYMU" Cadeirydd Parch. Edwin Jones. Deahreuir yn brydlon am 7.30. Gwal^oddiad cynhes i bawb. -) ..WO.J'"v. 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-amfou- lanoe 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 pro p er emergency treatment is invaluable ingaving many lives. Other features of the work are the provision of training and employment homes for the disabled, the supplydf artitfial limbwi, and the care of wounded on leaving hospital. There is no other representative organisation which asaists the sick, wounded, and crippled soldiers of all the Allies. Subscriptions, how- ever small, will ba gratefully acknowledged on being ?y,? t? Lord Swaythling, No. 2, Grand ?tel?frafaJgar-?ua.pp, L<MK?m- S.W, AGENT-. W. JONES, r'. Street, BARMOUTH.
Local Tribunal.—The Local Tribunal met on Tuesday afternoon at the Coun- cil Office, to consider the appeals sub- mitted. Harbour Trust.-At a meeting of the Barmouth Harbour Trust held on Mon- day last, Captain Evan Richards pre- siding, it was decided to give pressure on the proper authorities to carry out the purifying tanks scheme at Aber- amffra speedily so that the fishermen may again benefit by the mussel in- dustry. The Prince of Wales Fund.—The Local Committee of the Prince of Wa,les National Fund met on Friday evening last, at the Council Office, Mr Rbys Jones, Glanymor, presiding. It was decided to make an appeal to the County Committee for relief, as it was understood that there was much suffer- ing on account of the War in the town. Valuable Cargo Lost.—The American bargue Poltalloch, from Chili to Leith, with a valuable cargo of nitrate, which went on St. Patrick's Causeway, off Harlech, pn the 2nd inst., has now become a total wreck. The cargo is also lost, the total loss in ship and corgo amount to over ,690,000. A Portmadoc tugboat was unable to reach the cause- way owing to the heavy seas. Putting in at Queenstown, the bargue replaced five Germans found among the crew with Britishers, and the ship proceeded on her voyage. The Germans were interned. ■ Undeb Dirwestol y Marched.Cyn- h,!¡ wyd eyfarfod o'r Undeb uchod dydd IrtU, yn Ysgoluy Ebenezer, dan lyvvydd- iaeth Mrs Edwin Jones. Yr ydoedd Mrs R. C. Evans, Dolgellau, wedi dyfod ar ymweliad ar gangen yma, a chafwyd ganddi anerchiad gwir dda ac amsero! iawn. Gofidus oedd fod cyn lleiad wedi dyfod i wrando-er hyny hyderwn y bydd i'r rhai oedd yn presenol ddal, ar yr awgrymiadau a gaf- wyd gan Mrs Evans, a diolcbwyd yn gynes iddi am ei hymweliad yn ogyslal a'r hanercbiad. Cynhelir y eyfarfod nesaf ar 20fed o Ionawr yn gyfarfod gweddi. Hendremynach Refugees. — Last Tuesday evening, an entertainment was given to the Belgian Refugees at Hen- dremynach. The Chairman of the Committee (Mr Rhys Jones, Glanymor) presided at there were several members ot the Committee present. The pro- gramme was arranged by the Rev. P. H. Lewis, F.T S C., and Mr Rees Jones, Moss Bank. The piano was again this year, as last, lent gratis by Mr W. H. Pyemont. The dining hall was pro- fusely and artistically decorated with festoons, etc. The following programme was disposed of:—Duett, Miss Ann Ellen Rees and Master Randle Rees; pianoforte solo, Miss Blodwen Hughes song, Miss Fanny Jones song, Miss v Jenny Jones, Bronyllyn song, Miss Maggie Roberts; song, Miss Angel Josson (Belgian Refugee); song and chorus, Miss Jenny Jones, Moss Bank duett, "Rock of" Ages," by two of the Belgian Refugees; selections on the piano by Miss Hilda Thomas; song, Master David Ieuan Griffith song, Miss Blodwen Hughes; song, Miss Mary Evans; trio, Misses Maggie Roberts, Blodwen Hugbes and Dora Jones. Mince pies, oranges, crackers, &c., were provided for all the children. Some of the mince pies were given byMrsMorgan' Ballymacora, Mrs and Miss Richards, Greenhill, and members of the com- mittee.—A hearty vote of thanks to Mr P. H. Lewis, Mr Rees Jones and the accompanists, together with the child. ren that took part, and also t'o Mr Pyemont for his generousity in lending the piano was proposed and seconded in very appropriate little speeches in good English by two of the Belgian Refugees who expressed the united thanks of all at Hendremynach to all the committee and the people of Barmouth for their kindness to them and for the generous I I support since they came, and expressed a desire that they may be able at some future date to repay them in some form or other for their generollsity.-A very enjoyable evening was brought to a close by Mr Rees Jones leading in the singing of the Welsh National Anthem. Miss Rowlands, Riverslea, and Miss Roberts, Aelybryo, acted as accom- panists, Odd Fellows.-The half-yearly meet- ing of the Barmouth and Dolgelley District of Odd Fellows met for the last time on Saturday at Barmouth. There was a good attendance of members from the different Lodges. The Mawddach Lodge was represented by Bro. J. Jones, P.P.G.M. (The Library); Bro. C. J. Dempsey, P.N.G. Bro. William Edward Jones, P.N.G.; and Bro. Morris G. Roberts, P.N.G. The chair was taken by the Grand Master (Brb. J. Griffith, Abergynolwyn). Bro. J. Jones, Bar- mouth (district examiner) reported that he had examined the books of the different Lodges and found same in good order.—It was reported that the first meeting of the Gwalia District would be held on Saturday next at Machynlleth. Bro. J. Jones, The Library, was recommended as a Trustee, dele- gate to the A. M. C., and one of the district auditors. Bro Dempsey was recommended as a representative on the Merionethshire Insurance Committee.