ASK YOUR NEIGHBOUR. Hundreds of Barmouth people can tell you all about it. Home endorsement, the public ex- pression of Barmoutb people, should be evidence beyond dispute for every Barmouth reader. Surely the experience of friends and neighbours, cheerfully given by them, will carry more weight than the utterances of strangers resid- ing in far-away places. Read the following: On December 20th, 1912, Mrs M. Roberts, of "Gorphwysfa," near St. David's Church, Barmoutb, said come few years ago I was troubled with backache and pains round the loins. I proved that the kidneys were the cause of the trouble by other symptoms. Having beard of Doan's backache kidney pills, I thought I would trry them. I did so, and am pleased to say that the pills did me a great deal of good, in fact, in a short time cured me of the trouble. "1 should certainly take Doan's back- ache kidney pills again if I bad any return of the trouble I am pleased to recommend them to others. (Signed) M. Roberts. On March 29th, 1915-over two years later -Mrs Roberts said Doans pills are good, and keep me free from kidney trouble and backasche," When the kidneys are ill the whole body is being sloivly poisoned. That is why kidney complaint is so serious and why it so often ends fatally. Doan's baokache kidney pills cleanse and gently heal the kidneys, and so arrest, the cftuse of kidney trouble, backache, rheumatism, dropsy, urinary disorders, gravel, languor, weakness and unnatural drowsiness. Price 2/9 a box, of all dealers, or trom Foster McClellan, Co., 8, Wells Street, Oxford Street, London, W. Don't ask for backache or kidney pills,-ask distinctly for Doan's backache kidney pills, the same as Mrs Roberts had.
SCOUTS' CORNER. I see that a new movement has been instituted among the Barmouth Scouts this week. Each Scout has been sup- plied with a "Subscription Card" on which will be entered the sum, however small, which he may save each week. Later on the Troop may have a week's camping, or, if that cannot be arranged this year, they will have a trip to some historical town or other place of in- terest, and a few shillings pocket money on such an occasion will be very con- venient. A few pennies saved every week will soon amount up boys, and by depriving yourselves of some short-lived pleasure now you will learn self-sacrifice and THRIFT. Sornelof you boys are certain to be- come rich men, and some of you may drift into poverty and misery. And it just depends on your own selves which you are going to be. You can very soon tell which your future is going to be. The fellow who begins making money as a boy will go on making it as a man. At first you may find it difficult to keep out of amusements and to deprive yourselves of sweets and other nice things, but- it will come easier later on, if you begin, and if you go on, remember, you are pretty certain to succeed in the end, especially if you get your money by hard work. *'¡ Any number of poor boys have become rich men—but in nearly every case it was because they meant to do so from the first; they worked for it and saved every penny they could. So each one of you has the chance, if you like to take it. The great owner of millions of pounds, J. Astor, began his career as a poor pedlar with seven German flutes as his stock-in-trade. He sold them for more than be gave, and so went on in- creasing his business. Nearly all of you are earning money. Some of you are out with the papers, others with milk before eight o'clock in the morning, you help in the shops and run errands after school hours. Now what money you do not band over to your parents, bring it to the Scout-meeting on Friday night, and it will be safely kept for you by the Treasurer (Mr Rees Jones, Moss Bank), who, by and by, will open an account in your name at the Post Office Savings Bank. To save money you must be manly, bard-working, careful and sober, The other day two of the Scout Boys were accused of doing a BAD Turn a mean, disgraceful turn, that is making fun of an old lady. On investigating the matter, the Scoutmasters were per- fectly satisfied that the accusation was not true, otherwise both boys would be expelled from the Troop, for such an action would be that of a coward and a Scout is no coward. If I hear of a bad turn, I shall have to record it in the Corner with the name of the doer, but I hope this will not happen. ￼ I am delighted to be able to say that "good turns" on the part of the boys are constantly increasing. The other day a sheep belonging to Gellfechan was in a/ perilous position and in iminent danger of falling ovø-r a preci- pice. A Scout happened to ?ee it, and immediately made tracks for Gorllwyn thinking it might belong to Mr Robert Thomas. He was cooly informed that they kept no sheep. Nothing daunted be made for Gwasladagnes, and after miles of walking on an errand of mercy eventually brought succour to the poor dumb animal. This, be informed me he did, because he was taught that it was the duty of a Boy Scout to be kind to dumb animals. This was done by the promising young bugler of the Troo'p, Robert Henry Williams. Bravo boys, such actions will convince every one in the town what an excellent thing it is to be a Scout,
ART PICTURES PAVILION 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. The AWAKENING CAUGHT BY A THREAD. NEWSPAPER NEMESIS. GUZZLE THE GOLFER. PEARL NECKLET. JOURNAL. LITTLE BOBBY. NEXT WEEK Monday Tuesday & Wednesday, Cripple of YPres. FOR THE MAN SHE LOVED. MY LADY HIGH & MIGHTY. GALLOPING PILGRIM, HIS TAKING WAYS. JOURNAL. HIS LAST PERFORMANCE. Apartments. BOARD OR APARTMENTS.- Mrs. Henry Freeman, Glanmeon, Barmouth. Close to Beach and Station. Highest re- ferences. APARTMENTS.—Comfortable Home- like Apartments. Highly recommended Sea and Mountain view. Sunny aspect. 1 mile walk. Apply, Mrs R. Davies, Fronhyfryd, Llanaber Barmouth. A PARTMENTS-Clole to Promenade and Station. Moderate terms. Apply, Mrs Morris G. Roberts, Henddol, Northfield Road. APARTMENTS. Comfortable and Home-like Apartments. Highly recom- mended. Hot and Cold Bath. Apply, Mrs Evan Williams, Bodlyn," Church Street. PARTMENTS.—Snowdon View, Bar. A mouth. Close to Beach and Station. Sea & mountain view. Apply, Mrs B. Owen. To JLiCft. mO B? LET from May 12th, 1916, -L Bron Eivion, King Edward Street. Apply. Proprietor. mO BE LET from May 12Lb, 1916, -L No. 8, Porkington Terrace Apply,- Cadwaladr Roberts, Mawddach House, Bar- mouth. To BE LET, the large and com- -L modious WAREHOUSE now occupied by the s.s. Dora Co., situated on the Quay, Bar- mouth, from the 12th May next. Applications to be sent in to the Treasurer, Mr Rhys Jones, Glanymor, Barmouth. TO BE LET, Lvnton House, Bronaber -L Terrace. Rent £ 16 10s. Apply, G. E. Owen, Wern, Barmouth. mO LET, 1, Sea View, frop May 12tb, -L Apply, J. Pryce Jones, Bee Hive. To BE LET, No. 2, Glanywerydd -L Terrace, from May 12th next. Apply, No. 3. ASONIC HALL, BARMOUTH. '.1 Large Room suitable for Public Meet- ings, Auctions, Soirees, Concerrs. &c. Terms moderate. Apply, Secretary, Meirion House, Barmouth. SMALL Detached House To Let.- M 4 Bedrooms, 2, Living Rooms. Moderate terms. Apply, Miss Lewis, Coedybachau, Dyffryn. Wanted. BAKER for country business, bread, -D smalls; used to horses, willing to give general help ineligible, state wages. Apply, D., Advertiser. WANTED. Furnished detacbed-bouse JLJL near Barmouth or Criccieth; three j bedrooms, bath, linen, from March for seven months, 30s. weekly. State full particulars, with photo, to Mrs Howard, 92, Emscote Rd., i Warwick. I County School, BARMOUTH (FOR BOYS AND GIRLS HEADMASTER • EDMUND D. JONES, M.A (Lond.) Assistant Masters: JOHN LLOYD. M.A Senior Mistress MISS L M. M. ADAM, M.A, Assistant Mistress MISS MARY DAVIES, B.A. Cookery Mistress: MISS BLODWEN'GRIFFITH. Mtisic Mistress MISS F. WILLIAMS. Drawing Master: A. J. HEWINS Tuition Fees or Day Scholars el log per term. Prospectus &c on Application from R. LLEWELYN OWEN, Barmouth Clerk R. R. WILLIAMS Generial and Fancy DRAPER, 2, Ty'nycoed Buildings, BARMOUTH. EDWIN BLAKEY, C.E., M.I.E.E., A.A. I., .Engineer, Architect, Surveyor and Estate Agent, JUBILEE ROADr BARMOUTH. The Cardigan Bay Property Journal containing particulars of Land and Houses for Sale or to be Let, also Houses to be Let Furnished, sent post fre on receipt of one stamp. Valuations made for Mortage Probates &c. Telegrams-' IBL &XFY" Barmouth John Roberts, HOUSE, SIGN, AND Ornamental Painter, GLAZIER AND PAPER-HAGER Ripon House, Barmouth. Latest Designs in Wall Paper If kept in Stock. Jobbing Work of every description promptly attende to. Venetian Blinds Renovated and made as new Estimates Free. WALTER LLOYD JONES, Auctioneer & Appraiser, BEGS to announce that he is open JO to conduct Sales by Auction of upon reasonable Terms. PROMPT SETTLEMENTS GUARANTEED Apply to WALTER LLOYD JONES, King Edward Street, or MR. JOHN ROBERTS, Ripon House, Barmouth J. FOULKES JONES & SON MANCHESTER HOUSE, BARMOUTH. iIP Ladies' & Gent's Tailors and Outfitters and Fancy Drapers. WORK DONE ON THE PREMISES FIT, STYLE AND WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED. Printed and Published by Morris G. Roberts, Advertiser Office, Barmouth,
In reply to Mr Edward Williams, Mr Humphrey Williams said it bad been the custom of adjoining owners to main- tain the boundary walls. Since he had been at Ceilfechan that, bad been done, and it would be done in the future. He did not want to take any advantage of the Council at all, and for himself he would agree for the Council to;leave out any reference to themselves being responsible in the agreement. Mr Robert Lloyd Williams proposed that the clause should be left out of the agreement. Mr Henry Freeman seconded. Mr J. Llewelyn Davies said that the previous resolution passed should be rescinded first of all. The Chairman said to be in order that should be done. Dr. J. Pugh Jones proposed that the standing orders should be suspended, so that the Council could deal with the matter. Mr Robert Lloyd Williams seconded, which was agreed to. Dr. J. Pugh Jones proposed, and Mr D. E. Davies seconded, that the previous resolutions passed should be rescinded, which was carried un- animously. Mr' Robert Lloyd Williams proposed that tb Council should adopt the old agreement, as submitted by the Deputy Clerk, with a few additions to same. Mr Henry Freeman seconded, which was agreed to. HOUSE REFUSE. A complaint as regards the removal of bouse refuse from three houses in North Avenue, Marine Parade, was left to the Surveyor, with the request that the workmen should remove the house refuse. MILITARY SERVICE ACT, 1916. The Deputy Clerk explained the regu lations which have been issued under the Military Service Act, 1916, by the Local Government Board. He further stated that the Board considered it desirable that the local tribunal pre- viously elected under the Derby scheme should be elected to act under the statute, but it was quite open for the Council to select others to sit on the tribunal if they thought fit. The tribunal should comprise not less than five, nor more than twenty-five mem- bers. It was imperative that labour should be adequately represented on the tribunals. In reply to a question, it was reported that the members of the Derby scheme tribunal were taking an interest in and attending to the work, and it was unani- mously deciddd to appoint them under the Military Act Service. The five members are the Rev. R. Lloyd Roberts, M.A, RD., Messrs J. Pryce Jones, Edward Williams, Henry Free- man, and. J. Jones, The Library. Mr Rhys Jones proposed that two additional members should be appointed to the five already appointed under Lord Derby's Group Scheme. Dr. J. Pugh Jones seconded, which was carried unanimously. The following two were then ap- pointed Thomas Griffith, 4, Glan- ywerydd Terrace, and Mr David Jones, Aelfor Cottage.