Barmouth Licensing Sessions. The annual Brewster Sessions for the Ardudwy-is-Artro Division were held on Friday last at the Police Station, Barmouth, before W. J. Wright, Esq. (chairman); Thos. W. Piggott, Cadwa!adr Roberts, Morris Evans and J. Pryce Jones, Esqrs. ANNUAL REPORT. Inspector Ben Evans reported that the number of bouses fully licensed was eleven: one licersed to sell beer, wine, porter, etc., for consumption on or off the premises and one for beer, wines and spirits, for consumption off the premises. Ten houses bold seven-day licenses and three six-day licences. Five bouses were tied to Brewers or owners. The following licences were granted for entertainment:—one stage play, one music and dancing, two cine- matograph, and one billiard license for the Pavilion, Barmouth, and one for the Talydon Hotel, Barmouth. On May 1st, the license of the Lion Hotel, Barmouth, was transferred from the late Mr R. G. Moore to his wife, Winnie Moore. On August 20th a temporary transfer of the license of the Last Inn, Barmouth, was granted from John Foulkes to George Onions, and on October 15th a full transfer was granted. On September 24th an Order was made by the Bench (under the Temporary Restrictions Act, 1914) for the sale and consumption of intoxicating liquors in all licensing premises in the division to be suspended and closed each night at 9 o'clock from October 1st until the termination of the war. The application of the proprietors of Talydon Hotel for structural alterations 'was granted on January 21st. The conduct of the licensed houses bad been satisfactory. Six persons were proceeded against for drunkenness, as compared with seven in the preceeding year, three of whom were charged with being drunk and disorderly, and three for single drunken- ness—four males and one female who was convicted on two occasions during the year. The Chairman said that the report was very satisfactory, and he was glad to observe there was a decrease in drunkenness. Great credit was due to licensees for the way they had conducted their business during the past year, and he hoped they would continue to ho;d the same discipline. The Bench renewed all the licences.
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j SCOUTS CORNER. I was glad to notice the active part taken by the troop of Boy Scouts in the Temperance meeting the other evening. In all probability, the sound advice I given by "Pienydd" in his own humourous and inimitable manner will stick to some of the boys at least for the rest of their lives. Now is the proper time to sow the seeds of sobriety in the minds of the boys, while the mind is yet tender, receptive and undefiled by the habit that has proved the ruination of so many. It would be a step in the right direction if the members of the troop were to take some kind of a mild pledge not to touch alcoholic drinks of any kind. Scouts always like to know what the greatest of all scouts—Lieut-Gen. Sir Baden-Powell—has to say on matters that concern them. This is what be says:—"Remember that drink never yet cured a single trouble; it only makes troubles grow worse and worse the more you go on with it. A man who is drunken is generally a coward. And no true scout is a coward. Men who drink are fools, because once they teke to drink no employer will trust them, and they soon become unemployed and easily get ill, and finally come to a miserable end. There is nothing manly in drinking. Once a man gives way to drink it ruins his health, his career and his happiness. There is only one cure for this disease, and that is-never to get it." Boys! think over what your hero-Sir R. Baden-Powell—says on the question of drink. "Good turns" are being multiplied on all hands, and no wonder that the Chairman of the Temperance meeting said the other night that all prejudice against the movement has died out. Among the good deedb reported during the last "eek I may mention several little acts of kindness, such as running errands without rewards, &c. I happened to be looking through the window in the street one day when I noticed a touching little incident performed by Griffith Griffiths. A certain person who was very weak was struggling along under a burden that was evidently much too heavy for him. I saw the boy going up to him and take the burden on his own back. Oo making enquiries afterwards I learnt that the little scout carried it all the way home, and said it was his good turn for that day. This proved that the boy possessed the true instinct of a scotit--he was observant, and he was prepared on the instant to render assistance. Well-done, Griffith it was only a small thing to do, but it was enough to prove that your bead and heart are right! you are a credit to vour troop. Make up your mind my lad that you will never do a mean, dirty action that will bring discredit upon your patrol or upon yourself.
W. A. MATON, Art Dealer and Photographer, 1, PAVILION, Marine Parade, BARMOUTH. Pictures and Photographs Framed. Also a selection of Water Color Drawings and Oil Paintings for Sale. High-Class Portraiture at Moderate Prices. Out-door Photographs taken by appointment. 1' "W-j,oMf ..i.fj,'IQ.«!'1 MIN-Y-MOR STEAI LAUNDRY Write or call for Price List. Every kind of Laundry Work done on the shortest notice, at reasonable prices. Dry-Cleaning a Speciality. ROPRIETORS MR. & MRS. BEER I To Let. I T0 BE LET from May 12th, 1916, Bron Eivion, King Edward Street. Apply. Proprietor. To BE LET from May*: 12th, 1916, -L No. 8, Porkington Terrace. Apply,— Cadwaladr Roberts, Mawddach House, Bar- mouth. To BE LET, the large and com- modious WAREHOUSE now occupied by the &.s. Dora Co., situated on the Quay, Bir- mouth, from the 12th May next. Applications to be sent in to the Treasurer, Mr Rhys Jones, Glanymor, Barmouth. TO BE LET, Lynton House, Bronaber -L Terrace. Rent £16 10s. Apply,, G. E. Owen, Wern, Barmouth. To LET, 1, Sea View,-from May 12th, Apply, J; Pryce Jones,"Bee Hive. To BE LET, No. 2, Glanywerydd -L Terrace, from May 12th next. Apply, No. 3. MASONIC HALL, BARMOUTH. .r:J. ]:arge Room suitable for Public Meet- ings, Auctions, Soirees, Concerrs. &c. Terms moderate. Apply, Secretary, Meirion House, Barmouth. CMALL Detached House To Let.— k"* 4 Bedrooms, 2, Living Rooms. Moderate terms. Apply, Miss Lewis, Coedybachau, Dyffryn. npO BE LET.—Bank House, Marine ? Parde, Barmouth, from May next (earlier possession may be arranged). 4 Large Sitting Rooms, 12 Bedrooms, Large Hall and Wide Staircase, beautifully decorated; Bathroom H. & C., &c. Apply, Mr. John Roberts, Ripon House. TO BE LET from May 12tb, 1916, No. 5, Porkington Terrace. 4 Bedrooms, 11, Reception Rooms, Kitchen, etc. Apply to Edwin Blakey, Surveyor and Estate Agent, Barmouth. COTTAGE to Let. Apply, B.C., Office of this Paper. .? 1II')'f:1lC, T" Apartments. TDOARD OR APARTMENTS.-Mrs. — Henry Freeman, Glanmeon, Barmouth. Close to Beach and Station. Highest re- ferences. A PARTMENTS.—Comfortable Home- like Apartments. Highly recommended Sea and Mountain view. Sunny aspect. 1 mile walk. Apply, Mrs R. Davies, Fronhyfryd, Llanaber Barmouth. A PARTMENTS.-C lose to Promenade and Station. Moderate terms. Apply, Mrs Morris G. Roberts, Henddol, Northfield Road. ?ARTMENTS? Comfortable and ? Home-like Apartments. Highly recom- mended. Hot and Cold Bath. Apply, Mrs Evan Williams, Bodlyn," Church Street. A PARTMENTS.—Snowdon View, Bar. mouth. Close to Beach and Station. Sea & mountain view. Apply, Mrs B. Owen. -'Y,P.fI'Ø. V 14. "A, ART PICTURES PAVILION PROMENADE, BARMOUTH. Grand Picture Display MMUTIf 'V ￼ ￼ NIGHTLY AT 8. Matinees, Wed. and Sat. at 3. ADMISSION GROUND FLOOR 6d. BALCONY 3d TO-NIGHT Thursday, Friday and Saturday. RENE HAGGARD JOURNEY'S ON. FOLLOWING FATHER'S FOOTSTEPS. TAVERN OF TRAGEDY IT'S AN ILL WIND. JUST KIDS. Man Who Died. NEXT WEEK Monday Tuesday & Wednesday, AMBITION OF THE BARON. DROPPINGTON'S DEED. STORY OF A GLOVE. BUSY BELL BOY. WILD ENGINE. JOURNAL. THE PINCH. Printed and Published by Morris G Roberts, Advertiser Office, Barmouth, -p- -m_ I for King and Country. ROLL OF HONOUR. Barmouth Boys who serve their King & Country on Land and Sea. THE NAVY. Lieut.-Commander Edward Griffith, Re- liance House Lieutenant Best (late Lingfield) Lieutenant R. Lloyd (late of Tynycoed) Lieutenant Harold Lowe, Penrallt Lieut. R. Lloyd Lewis (late of Aelydon Flight-Lieut. R. Hilton Jones, R.N.A.S. Chief Stoker Griffith Richards, The Anchorage. P.O. (1st Ct.) Tommy Williams, Beach Road (R.N.A.S.) Do. Willie Owen; Craigraynach (do) Do. C. H. Mendham, Mt. Argus (do) Petty Officer R. Williams, Aberamffra LeadingSeaman Thos. Williams,Gwynfa Dick Powell, Llanaber Willie James Rowlands, Riverslea Rowland Rowlands, do. Alfred Price, Enfield House Johnny Owen. BwlchVane,Marine Gdns David W. Humphreys (late of Water St. Robert Jones, Abermaw Terrace Robert Ellis Griffith, Aberamffra Griffith Edwards, Green Bank. Thomas Garnett, Wynnstay House R. Allen, Cambrian Street. William Jones, Penycei (R.N.A.S) Edward Jones, Bronygraig John Richard Tucker, 6, Porkington (Aeroplane Service) THE ARMY Captain D. Oswald Davies, Greenhill Capt.rTudor Jones Captain Wra. Griffith, M.B., late 2, Belle Vue Lieutenant Reginaid Lloyd, Tynycoed LieutenantV. St. G.Hewins, Garreglwyd Lieutenant G. B. Piggott, Fronnig 2nd Lieutenant M. Buckley I 2nd Lieut. J. B. Menham, Mount Argus 2nd Lieutenant Meirion Williams, (late Police Station.) Sec-Lieut H. R. H. Dennis, Glenceirn 2nd Lieut. Robt. Scott Yaughton, Bar- mouth Junction 2nd Lieutenant Wm. Morris, Tanyfedw 2nd Lieutenant C. R. Hughes, Glynhefin 2nd. Lieutenant Caradoc Evans, 2nd Lieut. Lewis Williams, Sb Ann's Sergt.-Major G. Pelstead, Brynawel Ter. Sergeant A. C. O'Neil, do. I Sergeant Wm. O'Neil, do. i Sergeant W.H.Williams, Liverpool Hse Sergeant Samuel Dillow, Water Street Sergeant John Astley, Cumberland Hse Sergeant J. H. Lloyd, late Marine Gdns. Sergeant W. H. Jones (late of Aelydon) Sergt. Dick Fuller, Beach Road Sergt. G. L. Booth, Brynawel Ter. Sergt. Bill Strongman, Harboro' House Sergt. Alfred Strongman, do. Staff Sergeant H. Whitehead, Park Road Staff Sergeant Major W. Jones, Glanaig Corporal Robert Peters, Craig-y-Nos Sergeant Edward Price, Glasfryn House Corporal Walter Thomas Pugb,Pecgraig Corporal Frank Lloyd, 4, Bronaber Ter. Corporal Richard Tank, Victoria Bldgs. Corp. Rbys Pugb,Llys Arfor(Canadians) Corporal John Parry Jones, Glanllyn Lce-Serg Herbert Aspinall, Beach Road Lce.-Corpl. Robert Williams,WesleyHse Corploral Ellis Tank, Victoria Bdgs Corporal David Owen, Marine Gardens Lee.-Corp]. Dan Robinson, Bennar Tar. Lce-Corpl. Peter Hughes, Relienca Hse. Lc-Corp Lewis Davies. Williams' Bldgs Lc-Corp. W. B. Griffith, Vulcan Villa Driver George Astley, Cumberland Hse. R. Williams Liverpool House William Finnigan, Water Street J. Herbert Ingram, Glasfor Terrace H. Wallace Ingram, do. Richard Jones, 2 Marine Terrace John P. Williams, Beach Road David Davies, Williams' Buildings Robert Henry Lewis, Brynawel Terrace Edward Thomas, Church Place Robert Lloyd, 2, Mount Pleasant William Francis Jones, Bronygraig Tommy Loxton, Central Buildings Bobbie Lloyd, Victoria Buildings Billie W. Roberts, Advertiser Office Humphrey Humphreys, 1 Fronfelent, Tommy Jones, Buxton House Tommy Owen, Snowdon View Phillip Williams, Aberamffra Thomas Evans, Water Street j John Jones, Goronwy Terrace I Francis Morris, Abermaw Terrace I Evan Evans, Arvon View Harry Powell, Llanaber Joe Catbenrood i Thomas Hugh Jones, Eldon House I John Rees Edwards, Morben Villa William Edward Morris, Glyndwr I John Morris, do Lewis Edwards (late of Penygraig) Willie Ellis, Water Street Jack Jones, Aelfor Cottage William Thomas, Church Place Fdward Lowe, late Penrallt Samuel Owen, St. Georges John Thomas Roberts, Albion House Wm. Richard Lewis, Glanywerydd Owen Evan Owen, 11, Marine Terrace R. H. Roberts, Penlan House Robert Francis Morris, Tanyfedw Charlie Scholz (late Wesley Place) Evan Pierce Jones (late Penygraig) William Evans, Glandwr Lodge David Thomas Evans, do. William Davies, Williams' Buildings John Edwards, Llwynon Archie Fox (late Aelfor Villas) John Garnett, Mount Windsor Owen Thomas Morris, Tanyfedw. David Ellis Humphreys, Gibraltar Ter. Alfred Smith Thomas, Glandwr Cottage Hughie Williams, Tegfan, Princes Av. John Lloyd, Barmouth Junction, Thomas O'Mara, Doctors Buildings. Willie Lloyd, Tynycoed Buildings David Richards, Leamington House. D. W. Jones, Gvvalia Hotel John E. Rowlands, Rivers Lea James Thos. Jones (late Water St.) John Llewelyn Evans, Fronoleu Farm G. Vernon Price, Enfield. F. A. Price, do. Ellis Roberts, St. Georges Tommy Roberts, do Harry Dudley, Coesfaen Willie Owen, St. Georges David Hughes, Arvon View John Charles Crabbe, Water Street Joe Whitehead, Park Road Ellis Price Jones, Beehive -•< Robert Lloyd, late Marine Gardens. David Griffiths, 1, Aelfor Terrace Robert Thomas, Church Place John Henry Jones, Tainewddion F. Prewer, Brynmawddach E. Powell, do John M. Evans, late Wynnstay House David Davies (late of Glandwr Lodge, Sapper William Watkins, 3, Penybryn Sapper J. R. Jones, Manchester House Robt. Edward Griffith, Vulcan Villa Job LiEr]eGi-i M ti),VLi leanVilla(CaD,,idiaias Bennett J. Griffiths, do (Canadians) G. W. Price, Glasfryn (Canadians) Iorwerth Price Jones, Gwynfa. Cottage (Canadians) Gomer Thomas, Victoria Place (Austra- lians) Arthur LI. Thomas, Do. (Australians) Arthur Wilson Roberts, 9, Pork-iogton (Australians) D. H. Allen, Cambrian Street. John Alun Evans (late of Barmouth) Wiliie Williams, School House Ernest G.Vaughton, Barmouth Junction Robert Arthur Jones (late of Vron Dairy Rowland Roberts, Water Street Fraser Farrer, late Talydon Hotel William Alun Evan s,Dolafon. Morris Owen Davies, (late PenygraigJ Evan Jones, Tanycoed cottage W, R. Owen, 2, Tygwyn Buildings R. E. Roberts, The Grange O. Prys Hughes, Glynhefin (2nd Rho- desian Regt.) Albert Morgan ONeill, Brynawel Ter. Evan Lewis, Brynawel Terrace David Jones, late Panorama Mineral Works David Thomas Davies, Williams Bldgs Clifford Jones, 4, Marine Terrace Charlie Davies, Pantllan Laundry William Jones, Glanllyn Charlie Coleman, 5, Bronaber Terrace Johfi Llewelyn Edwards, St. Ann's David Jones, Eldon House Evan Llewelyn Evans, Pengraig Stanley Jones, Beach Road. John Lewis Evans, Gwendolen Herbert Mc'Manus, Bronwen House Griffith LI. Williams, Marine House (2nd Rhodesian Regiment) Griffith Owen Edwards, Kohinoor Tommy Evans, late Siloam Buildingik Robert Pugh, Llyndu Tommy Davies, Penlan House John Lewis, Ceilwart Abel Roberts, Gollen Arthur W. Hughes, Glenhefin Richard Williams, 2, Marine Gardens Lewis Lloyd Evans, late Idris Temp. Morris Jones, Hyfrydle, Marine Gardens Meurig Griffith, Epworth Terrace David Jones, Bronygraig Owen Francis Roberts, Cardigan Vitw