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— 1 In n?euioriat». IN LOVING MEMORY of our dear brother, RICHARD PUGH, who entered into rest, March 5i h, 1918. Not dead to us who loved him, Not lost, but gone before He lives with ns in memory still, And shall for evermore." Sadly missed by his sister, brothers And niece.
^nnwui iiiinip■ ilinnII imnrnnrirMMniiiiir mmi itoik mnianwm lyi i jr.! inii'mii'iin BARMOUTH. Park Road Concept.-Tbe nett pro. ceeds.of the above concert held on St. David's Eve amounted to over A21. Banking.—Mr J. T Owen, accountant; at the N.P. Bank, has been appointed to a similar post at Pembroke Docks, and left on Tuesday. Sympathy.—Much sympathy is ex tended in the town with Second Lieutenant D. Caradog Evans, late of Glanymor, on the death of his mother which occurred on Monday at Newtown Air Service. Mr Owen Francis fioberts, Cardigan View, who recently joined the Royal Navy Air Service, has passed an examination qualifying as a fi rst-classcarpenter. Acknowledgement. Mr and Mrs Harry Kirk, wish to express their grate. ful thanks to the numerous kind enquiries on behalf of Mrs Kirk, who, under the most skilful bands of Dr. J Pugh Jones, is progressing satisfactorily Personal. The many friends and admirers of Mr Sam Thompson, Unionist Candidate for Merionethshire, wili be glad to bear that he has been gazetted 31 Second Lieutenant in the 3/4 Royal Welsh Fusiliers, and is now in training. Darlith.-Nos lau, Mawrth 16eg, yn y Belle Vue Hall, traddodir darlitb ddar- laniadol ar "Yr Hen Iaith Gymreig," gan Mr John Lloyd, M.A., Ysgol Sirol. Dechreuir am 8. Mynediad i mewn 6e. Yr elw tuag at y Sailor's Institute. Promotion.— Corporal Frank Lloyd, Bronaber Terrace, and Corporal Evan Pierce Jones, late of Penygraig, who are serving with the the 317 R.W.F., at Wittington Park, Oswestry, have both been promoted to the tank of Sergeant. Welsh Flag Day.-The Welsh Flag in aid of the Welsh Troops Com- forts Fund, was celebrated at Barmoutb aQ Saturday last, and we are glad to "liderstand that a substantia! sum was r«aiized. Benefit Concert.—On Saturday last, a hehefit concert was held at Dyffryn when the following from Barmouth took part in the programme:—Miss L. E. Rowlands, Mr J. R. Thomas, Sergeant R, Rowlands, and Mr Ellis M. iiivans. County Appeal Committee.Alder, man T. Martin Williams, J.P., has been appointed one of the members on the Merioneth Appeal Committee, which is ■aa important committee appointed to deal with appeals under the Lord Derby Scheme and the Military Service Act. A 7 I Sympathy.— We deeply sympathise I with Mrs J. R Thomas, Glanmorgan, on the death of her mother at Blaen- plwyf, Cardiganshire, in her 75tb year. Shp spent: recently two years at Bar- mouth with her daughter, and while she was here" as a very faithful mem- ber of St. David's Church. Belgian Refugees (Hendremynach) —A meeting of subscribers will be held at the Belle Vue Hall on Tuesday next, March 14th, at 7 80 p.m. to consider the advisability of transferring the refugees to the charge of the War Refugpes Committee. All are cordially requested to attend. Wounded at the Front.-On Satur- day Mrs Dolly Jonps, Aelfor Cottage, was officially notified by the War Office that her husband, Private Jack Jones, sprving with the 17Lb R.W F. (Kitchener's Army) bad been wounded in action at France. A photo of Private Jones will appear in our next issue. The Council's Workmen.-The two new workmen appointed last week by the Urban District Couucil to do the scavenging work, etc., at £ 1 per week plus Is. war bonus, did not after all accept the work, and consequently the Council have re-appointed Mr Richard Lloyd, and Mr Robert Griffith, (two of the four employees who wanted an increase to Xl 8s. Od.,) at the salary of £ 1 Ss. Od. Snowdrop Band. A miscellaneous meeting was held at the Caersalem Schoolroom on Thursday last. Piano- forte solos, duetts, trios and recitations were given by the following :-Misses Nellie Jones, Hilda Thomas, Susan Roberts Elsie Roberts, Beti Lewis, Bessie Richards, Lottie Owen, Florrie Whitehead and Jennie Lloyd Lewis. Misses Hilda Thomas and Beti Lewis acted as accompanists. Personal.—Alderman Peter Peacock (Mayor of Warrington) and who is well- known and highly respected by a large number of our readers, has been appoin- ted a member of the Appeal Committee for the County of Lancashire, under the Lord Derby Scheme and Military Ser- vice Act. This important appointmen,t speaks most highly of the qualifications of Mr Peacock and of the high esteem in which he is looked upon by those responsible for his election. I Funeral.—The remains of the late Mrs Margaret Elenor Griffith, widow of the late Mr William Nawling Griffith, were brought to Barmouth on Friday night, and the funeral took place on Saturday at Llanaber Churchyard, the officiating ministers being the Rev. R. Lloyd Roberts, M.A.,B.D., and the Rev. R. Ward, B.A. Much sympathy is felt with the six children in their sad bereavement, as they have lost both father and mother during the last seven months. The Government and the Drink Traffic.-At a meeting of the Barmouth Ministers held last week, the following resolution was unanimously passed:- "That we greatly deplore the action of the Government in permitting free and unrestricted all materials connected with the brewing and-liquoring industry, whilst at the same time restricting the I importation of necessaries such as sugar, paper, etc." It was resolved that copies of the resolution should be sent 10 the Prime Ministers, Minister of Munitions, President. Board of Trade and the County Member. House Reftise.-Re,-tlizing the ut-gent need for economy in every department, the Urban Council on Monday last re arranged the system in force for the I collect,ion of house refuse, and only one cart will henceforth do the work. Some I inconvience will doubtless he felt, but, having regard to the motive which I prompted the Council to effect this economy, it is to be hoped that the Council's action will neet with the rate- payer's approval. It is suggested that all refuse such as paper, etc., which can be burut, should be so dealt with by each householder. The Council have for some months past been paying 5s for half day for collecting and taking the refuse away, as the Council bad only one horse, thus 30s. a week will be saved in that direction. At the same time, it is the dutykof the Council to see that the town is kept clean and tidy, and if this new arrangement does not work out successfully they will only haveto go back to the old practice. Red Cross.-The weekly meeting took place on Wednesday last, March 1st. There was a fair attendance. The following articles were handed in com- pleted:-10 I scarves, 12 pairs of socks, 8 shirts, 5 pairs of mittens, 12 caps and 8 pairs of bed socks. The presents for the week were as follows:—Miss Griffith, Arittnfryn, 3 shirts and roll of flannel; Miss A. E. Rees, Brynglas, 4 pyjma ties; Miss Jones, Spnngfields, 2 pairs of mittens; Mrs Fairfax Brown, linen. We shall be very grateful for further gifts of old linen and strong walking sticks, for which a special appeal is made by the Red Cross. More help would be very welcome in the making of pyjamas and day shirts, also hot watpr bottle covers are urgently required for the wounded Will some more ladies kindly volunteer to help us for the next, few weeks ? If they can only spare an occasional hour's work it all helps tremendously ,-G WENDOI,YNE DENTON, Hon. Sec. Wedding.—We cull the following from an Australian paper:—" A pretty wedding was celebrated at the Welsh Church, on Thursday, December 9tb, by the Rev. J. Garnon Owen. The con- tracting parties were Mr Hugh Ellis, of Cemmas Anglesea, N. Wales, and Miss Maggie Davies, late of Cambrian Street, Barmouth, N. Wales. Miss L. Gaulton acted as bridesmaid, and Mr Hugh Davies, the brother of the bride, as best man. The bride was given away by Mr Arthur Palmer She was handsomely dressed in a costume of assam silk and a white hat relieved with shell pink and carried a posy of white carnations. The bridesmaid wore a beautiful cream silk costume and a pretty black bat, and carried a posy of pink carnations. During the ceremony Miss L. Davies presided at the organ: After the ceremony a reception was held at Mr and Mrs A. Palmer's residence, 11, James Street, where the toasts were honored and a very, enjoyable evening was spent with instrumental and vocal music. Numerous wedding presents were received. Bowling Cliib. The final Whist Drive of the season, organised by the committee of the Bowling Club, was I hpld in the Waverley Cafe on Monday night. A good number attended, and a most enjoyable time was spent. The first prize for Indies, an umbrella, was won by Mps Walter Lloyd Jones, Victoria BuildingR, who scored 176, the second prize going to Miss R K Williams, Buxton Cottage, a lady's bag, given by Mr H. R. Davies, Franklandn, with a score of 175. The "booby" prize was won by' Mr F. Walker, PIRS- llwyd, who scored 140. The first prizp for gents, a safety razor, was won by Mr Wainwright, Minafon, with a score of 178, and Mr A. Mollison, scoring 172, took the second prize, a box of cigar. ettes. The booby prize was won by Mr Percy Parry, Green Garage, wfcft scored 140. Mr Francis Jones, Gwalia Stores, carried out the duties of M.C. in a courteous and able manner, and the catering of Mr Gwilym Davies gave every satisfaction. The Whist Drive was held in the large and commodious dining-room, which had lately been renovated and enlarged, and had been tastefully decorated for the occasion. All present spoke most highly of the enterprise of the proprietor, Mr Gwilym Davies. The adjourned annual meeting of the Bowling Clubwill be held on Monday next, March 13th at 8.15 in the Upper Masonic Room. All interested are cordially invited to attend. The Tribunal.—The t-iocal Tribunal met on Thursday evening last, the Rev. R. Lloyd Roberts, M.A., R.D., presiding. There were also present: —Messrs J. Pryce Jones, Edward Willian3,4, John Jones, The Library; Thomas Griffith, and David Jones, with Mr R. Llewelyn Owen (clerkj, and Mr Tbos, W. Piggott, J.P. (military representative). Ten appeals were considered.—The first case was that of a certificated assistant schoolmaster in the employ of the Merioneth Education Committee was refused.—A hairdresser conducting his own business was postponed fora month. Three cases were granted conditionally, one being the only son the other engaged in the mercantile marine, and the other a clerk holding several public appointments.—A young man in the laundry business was postponed for two months, and the case of a sub-post office i and drapery business was postponed for three months.
Forthcoming Events Free insertions under this column to all those who bring in their Printing on all Forth-coming Events. MARCH. 18th—Lecture at the Belle Vue Hall by by Mr John Lloyd, M.A., County School Sale of Household Furniture at No. 8, Porkington Terrace 29tli-Sale of Household Furniture at Bron Eivion by Mr Walter Lloyd Jones 22nd.-Children Competitive Meeting at tbe Park Road Chapel, March 24tb.-County School Ptixe Distribution. APRIL. 5th-Sale of Household Furniture at 5, Porkington Terrace by Mr Walter Lloyd Jones Good Friday.—"Congress of Nations" I Operetta at the Pavilion.
HARLECH. The grand concert held at Moriah Chapel (CM) Harlech, on St. David's Day, proved to be one of the most successful ever held in the district. There was a large and respectable audipnee, and the promoters are to be highly congratulated upon their success- ful enterprise. The concert was prpaided over by the Rpv. Richard Evans, who delivprvd a short, and eloquent address. TIIP artistes were:— soprano: Miss Sallis, Roberts, Ruahon; contralto: Miss Annie Davies, ReM., Manchester; tenor; Mr E W BelliSr Mt- E W. B(-Ilis,, Wrexhnm baritone Mr George Jack- son, Llangollen. This noted quartette as on the previous night at Brcmoutb, gave a splendid account of their qualities and ability as a successful conceit party, and the fine manner in which the songs, duetts and quartettes wprp rendered, highly pleased the audience. Cprdlorion gwir ragorol o leisiau Melnsion A awynol Gwnaeth pob un, heb un yn ol, Ei bolf waith yn wir effeithiol. Miss A. E., Owen Davies, A.R C.M.> Blaenau Festiniog, proved a most efficient accompanist. She is in reality a mistress of the art, and her plitying throughout was highly appreciated. This, without a doubt, was a rare musical treat. Much credit is due to Mr W. Lloyd Humphreys, the energetic secretary, whilst Mr J. Ivor Jones proved a most efficient treasurer.
OUR WOUNDED ALLIES. Among th. <M-gMi?tioM for k«l»iar .f- efrors m th. war the Wou?d?t All? R??f Committee M doing a notabi# work. The scop* of its operations m htdieated by its title, and it .b iIt the olceeet eo-operation with tlM Britiek and Allied GoveruulIents. It fctt placcd thoum,nds ofwotdd Brians m )LOS-pitale aad Ja ft&d it .xt:-e:nd4!! support to eL umm- ber of institutions m France. A motor-amfe*- tttnce unit is now on service with the Belpiaa. Army. aù a special appe&l ia made for h?p. ?g f?-w-Md tbe w?rk in hMpi?le imm9?- .WY beh?d ? &rin? line, where pmpw MMrg?cy Wtraent k inT?Iu&bIe in krmf mMy hv?. Oth?r iMtur?? of tk. ?rk ? tH p:roTiciO!l. of trsmil <? and ?mp?y?nt hon? for the di_ sabM, the ?pply ?rt?ci?I hmb? Md the care of w<nmdcd ?n l?viB? hpiaL rh«» is TM other ?p?.?sta.tiva ?gaai?t? aoidi?the s?-?,?un.d.ed,Md crippled TwhhaM? h a?6a? IltheAdi?.. and- cripp'- d soldiers of all the ADiÐi; Subscriptions, bow. ever em??l, wiIH? gra.tefnnv ?c?nowk-dg? ?G? rand Hotel,r S?ythling, N?3, ?-aud H<??ai?ar-?u? ￼ w- maoiiws ￼ ￼ 'S3M0F M Ng to