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THE WELSH NATIONAL SCHEME FOR 1l ELSH SOLDIERS AND SAILORS. After consultation with a num- ber of bis fellow-countrymen, General Owen Thomas has arranged to call a Conference, representative of all the National Forces in the Principality to meet at the Shire Hall, Shrewsbury, on Friday, February 25 to pro- mote cbe National Scheme for safeguarding the interests of Welsh Soldiers and Sailors and their dependents during and after the War. The detailed Scheme is as follows :— (1) To welcome Welsh Soldiers and Sailors on their return to their homes after the War; to assist them in taking the fullest advantage of tho financial provisions con- tained, in any Government Scheme, and in any Scheme which may hereafter be formulated by the Govern- ment; to render assistance to them in obtaining rein- statement in their former posts, or securing other suit- able employment at homo or abroad; to assist all the maimed by teaching them some suitable trade or pro- fession, which will enable them to feel more independent and render service to their couutry; and to give financial aid in exceptional cases. To compile a Register of Employers pledged to give preference, wherever possible, to Welsh Soldiers and Sailors seeking employment. (2) To provide adequately for the moral and intellectual needs nf the members of every Welsh unit at home and abroad to see that they are provided with regular minis- trationS) such as they have always been accustomed to,and to see that they receive pastoral attention. To provide suitable liter- ature in Welsh and English for their use. I To arrange for and render assistance in organising enter- tainments and recreation. (g) To advise and assist those who have enlisted under the Group System, or who may hereafter enlist, as to the desirability of their joining a Welsh unit. (4) Generally to take any other steps which may hereafter be decided upon by the National Committee to safeguard the interests of Welsh Soldiers and Sailors and their dependents.
BARMOUTH. "LINSEED COMPOUND for Cougbs and Colds. Of proven efficacy. 9d. 1/1d., 2/9d. Chemists only.—Adv. Primroses.—Primroses are to be seen in fuii b!oom in a garden at Bardsey View. Home from the Dardanelles.—Private W. R. Lewis, Gtanywerydd Cottage, who was frost-britten at the DardaneHes, arrived home yesterday (Wednesday) for a short furlough. Wounded at the Front.—News was received on Thursday last tba,t Lance- Corporal Dan Robinson, who is serving with the 15t;h Chesbire Regiment, bad been wounded in France. Our Boys.—Private Robert Lioyd,4. Victo'ia Bui'dings, who is serving with the 1/7 R.W.F., has been admitted to the In Tarfa Hospital, Malta, sundering from enteric fever. Sunday School Teaching—Oo Mon- day last, addresses on Sunday school teaching were given at the Church Hall by Miss MUner Barry, S. Christopher's College, BIackheatb. LINSEED COMPOUND" with warm water is an excellent gargle for Sore Throat Coids, Coughs:, etc. —Adv. High Tides.—Much damage wa.s done by the high tides which prevaited over the week-end, and washed away several yards of the Minymor frontage. Some damage was a.!so done to the railway embankment at Hanaber. Alien's Forbidden Districts—By an Order published on Friday night in the London Gazette," the Home Secretary has made a number of additions to the list of prohibited areas under the Alien's Restriction Order, and amongst the towns included in the Order is Bar- mouth. Temperance—On Tuesday night, a temperance meeting was held at the Caersaiem Scboo)-room under the pres- idency of Mr Rhys Jones. There was a large attendance. An excellent ad- dress was given by Pienydd, fdso a duett by Miss Gretta Lumiey Jones, Gwalia Stores, and Miss Bessie Ricbat-ds, Church Place. A chorus was also ren- dered by the Boy Scouts under the leadership of Scoutmaster D. R.Wi!— nams. The accompanists were Misses Nellie Roberts, Aetybryn Madge Price, Brynitbe!; and Betty Lewis, Gianaber ViHas. The usual vote of thanks were proposed and seconded by Aiderman T. Martin Williams, J.P., and the Rev. Edwin Jones. I "COAGULINE" Transparent Cement for Glass, China, &c. 6d. & Is. ost free.—Adv. Barmouth Red Cross Branch —The weekly meeting took place last Wednes- day, February 2od, at the Church Ha!L A large number of workers attended,and some beautiful work was banded in, amongst other things the fo)!owing:— 6 bed jackets, 3 shirts, 2 hetmets, 10 pairs socks, 6 pairs mittens, 1 pair gloves, 12 scarves, and 85 bandages, and a big quantity of work was also distri. buted and taken home to be dpne. The presents for the week ending February 2od are as follows:—Mrs Johnson, Abermaw Terrace, 1 pair socks Miss T. L. Suffield1 Birmingham, Is.; Mia< Ann Ellen Bees, Bryng!as, 2 pyjama ties. We are very gtad to welcome some more heipers who have kindly volun- teered to do some work. The next con- signment wit! be forwarded after the ? things are brought in on Wednesday, February 16!jb, and we should be very glad if as many things as possible couid be completed and banded in on that date so that they can be included.— Gwendolyne Denton, bon. sec. i ) Postal Restrictions.—On and after Monday next, the hours of business at the Post Office will be from 9 am. to 1 p.m., and 2 to 7 p.m. The telegraphic work will stilt be provided for between II the hours of 8 a.m. to 8 am and during closing hours telegrams may be banded in at the Te!epbone Cail Of6ca Door. "LINSEED COMPOUND" is a good Cough Mixture. Effeative and econ.omica.L Of Chemists only.—Adv.
I. CORRESPONDENCE. We do not hold oat-selves responsible /'ot thp, opinions of our correspondents. I To the Editor. PROCEEDS OF THE SALE IN AID OF COMFORTS FOR THE l/7th B.W.F. Dear Sir,— I have pleasure in enclosing you the audited baiance sheet of C20 Fuad which was pub aside for the original draft of the lst/7tb from Barmoutb, on Active Service; the disposal of which is now co:np!eted, the men who a.re the re- cepients of the gifts which have now all been posted on are follows:— Sergeant Edward Price, Glasfryn, Corporal Ellis Tank, Victoria Bdgs., Corporal W 'B. Grioitb, Vulcan VilJa, Lance-Corp. John P. Jones, Glanyllyn, Lance-Corpl. Lewis Da.vies, WDiiacas' Buildings, Private Joe Catberwood, Lome House, „ Humphrey Humphreys, Froafelen „ W. Eliis, Water Street, „ Evan Evans, Graig, View, J) Wiliie Haipge, St. Aon's, „ Richard Jones, 2, Marine Terrace, John Jones, Goronwy Terrace, „ R. H. Lewis, Brynawet Terrace, W. R. Lewh, G!anywerydj Cottage „ Tommy Loxton, Central Bdgs., Robert Ltoyd.Moanti Pleasant, „ Edward E. Thomas, Church Place, „ Philip Wiiiiams, Cambrian Street, „ Dai Davies, Wiiiiams' Bdgs., „ E.Powei),l,AeIfot- Terrace, „ Aifred S. Thomas, Glyndwr Oott., „ Hugh Wiitiams, Princes Avenue, „ W. Ingram, 4, GIasfor Terrace, „ W. E. Morris, Giyndwr, „ Lewis L. Evans, „ John 0. Edwards, „ Thomas H. Jones, Abermaw Terr. „ Biliie W. Roberts, Advertiser Office „ Tommy Owen, Snowdon View, „ Tommy Jonea, Bnxtoa House, Owen Evan Owen, 11, Marine, „ Ellis. Roberts, 8, St. George's, „ W. Hodgkinson, Marine Hotel, ) I hope we have not overlooked any of them, if so the mistake was quite un- avoidable, as no lists wore available which included the whole 37, and it has been a very dimcnit matter to trace them. Most of the relations of the boys chose for them the following gift:—2 shirts, 1 pair socks, writing pad and eigdrettes, all of which things have been bought locaUy, and we hope they wilt 1 aU receive the things in good condition. They are marked up as being sent from Barmouth In the cases of Private Francis Morris, Abermaw Terrace, and Private R. H. Roberts, Penlan House, who are posted up as missing at: pre- sent, their share has been p)aeed to their credit in the London, City and Midland Bank, and Mr Humphrey Jones will kindly act as truatee—we shall hope to bear good news of them shortly. Yours faithfully, GWENDOLYNE DENTON. BALANCE SHEET. R S. d. I To clothing, etc 14 0 1 i „ Ciga,retces and Tobacco. 1 3 2 „ Stationery (writing blocks and envelopes) 0 9 2 „ Gifts other than Clothing' 1 3 0 „ Postag@,carriage and regis- tration 117 5 Packing materials, etc. 042 In trust for Francis Morris and R. H. Roberts 1 3 0 R20 0 0 Examined and found correct, Humphrey Jonns, London City and Midland Bank, Barmoutb.
BARMOUTH URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL. THE PUBLIC HEALTH (MEASLES AND GERMAN MEASLES) REGULATIONS, 1915. WBEREAS -by an Order under the V V Seal of Omce of the Local Government Board dated the 27th day of November, 1915, Meases and German Measles are made notifiable diseases under such regulations, and it is COMPULSORY (a) For every Medical Practitioner, aa soon as be comes awaro that a. person upon whom he is in pro- fessional attendance is suffering from Measles or German Meases, to forth- with make and aign a notification of the case to the Medical OfBcer of Health for the District; (b) For every Parent or Guardian, or other person, as soon as be becomes aware of, or baa reasonable grounds for supposing that any person in bis charge is suffering from Measles or German Measies, to (unless the case hasb&en already no!.i6ed by a Medical Practitioner) notify Hhe case to the Medical OfBcer of Henfth for the Dis- trict, stating the name and age of the patient and his address. The said Order came into force on the 1st day of January, 1916, and will be in force and executed by every Local Authority throughout England and Wales. Tbenameahd'addrassof the Medical OfSoer of Health for the District is '— Dr. J. 0. WILLIAMS, Bryn, Barmoutb. WILLIAM GEORGE, Clerk to the said Council. Council Omces, Barmoutb. February, 1916. "LINSEED COMPOUND' (Aniseed, Senega, Squill. Tolu &c). For Coughs and Colds, Innueza, etc.—Adv. LINSEED COMPOUND" for Cougbs. Colds and Bronchial troub!ea. 9d., 1/lid., 2/9d. Of Chemise. -Adv. TO BE LET.—Bank House, Marino ? Parde, Barmobth, frdm Maynexc (earlier possessiou may be arranged). 4 Large Sitting Rooms, 12 Bedrooms. Large Hall a,ad Wide Staircase, beautifully decorated; Bathroom H. (& C., &c. Apply, Mr. John Roberts, Ripon House. TO BE LET from May 12tb, 1916, No, 5, Porkmgton Terrace. 4 Bedrooms, 11, Reception Rooms, Kitchen, etc. Apply to Edwin BIakey, Surveyor and Estate Agent, Barmouth. COTTAGE to Let. Apply, R.C Omce ?' of this Paper.