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I Borough of Pu- IIlhell. SHOPS ACT, 1912. NOTICE OF INTE: TION (I) To make a Closing ( det under Section 5 in respect the under- mentioned trades Oi businesses and (2) To extend the provisior s of Section 4 to the businesses of Selling Meat, and of Pbar racists and Chemists, and to fix -,he Weekly Half-holiday therefor. PART a. NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that the Council propose. to make a I Closing Order for Drapers, Outfitters, Milliners, Dyers, Boot and .Shoe Deal- ers, Saddlers, Harness Makers, Leather Merchants, Toy, China, and Fancy Goods Dealers, Ironmon^ ^.rs,. House Furnishers, Jewellers, Pharmacists and Chemists, Hairdressers, Meat Sellers, Booksellers, Stationers. Grocers, Corn, Flour and Seed Merchants, in the Bor- ough of Pwllheli, fixing the hours at which such Shops shall be closed as follows DRAPERS, OUTFITTERS, MILLINERS, DYERS, BOOT AND SH< E DEALERS, SADDLERS, HARNESS MAKERS AND LEATHER MERCHANTS. rOY, CHINA AND FANCY GOODS PI ALERS. Monday, Tuesday and Fric ty 7-0 p.m. Wednesday 8-0 p.m. Thursday (Weekly He f- holiday) i-op.m. Saturday 9-0 p.m. IRONMONGERS AND HOUSE FURNISHERS. Monday. Tuesday & Friday 7-30 p.m. Wednesday 8-0 p.m. Thursday (Weekly Hal holiday). 1-0 p.m. Saturday 8-30 P. m. JEWELLERS. MondSty, Tuesday and FriO.Ity 8-0 p.m. Wednesday and, Saturday. 9-0 p.m. Thursday (Weekly H. f- holiday), 1-0 p.m. PHARMACISTS AND CII MISTS. Monday, Tuesday & Fridt 8-30 p.m. Wednesday 9-0 p.m. Thursday (Weekly Hal* holiday) 1-0 p.m. Saturday ••• 10-0 p.m. HAIRDRESSERS. Monday, Tuesday, Wednes- day and Friday 9-0 p.m. Thursday (Weekly Haif- holiday) 1-0 p.m. Saturday n-o p.m. MEAT SELLERS Monday and Tuesday 7-0 p.m. Wednesday and Friday. 9-0 p.m. Thursday (Weekly Ha it- holiday) 1-0 p.m. Saturday .10-0 p.m. Excepting in" the momh; of July, August and September, <i -ing which period the hour of closir on every week-day other than the o v fixed for the Weekly Half-holiday s'vi tll be 10-0 p.m. BOOKSELLERS AND ST. DNEHS. Monday, Tuesday & Frid 7-0 p.m. Wednesday 8-30 p.m Thursday (Weekly Halt holiday) 10 p.m. Saturday. 10-0 p m. GROCERS, CORN, FLOUR ND SEED MERCHANTS. Monday, Tuesday and FriJ y 7-0 p.m. Wednesday 8-0 p.m. Thursday (Weekly Hi holiday) 1-0 p.m. Saturday 10-0 p.m. IT IS PROVIDED by ie Pwllheli Shops Half-holiday Orde 1913, that where in any week a lawf y constitu- ted fair is to beheld on Thursday, the preceding Tuesday s..11 be sub- stituted tor Thursday in such week, as the day fixed for the eekly Half- holiday. It is. intended t it the hour of closing on any such Thursday and on any other fair day shal )e,the same hour as is herein fixed fo' Wednesday for each respective trade o. business. IT IS ALSO PROVIDED by the said Order that any occupier may sub- stitute Saturday for Thurst ay or Tues- day as the case may be, on affixing a notice to that effect in his shop. IT WILL ALSO BE "ROVIDED that the Order shall not tpply to the three days next preceding Christmas Day, the day next preceding Easter Sunday, and the day next preceding Whit-Sunday on which s. ch days the closing hour shall be th same as in herein provided for Saturday for each respective trade or business. IT WILL ALSO BE PROvfbED that with respect to the ade or bus- iness of Pharmacists or Chemists the Order shall not apply to the sale of Medicines and Medical and Surgical appliances. IT IS ALSO PROPOSED that nothing in the Order shall'prevent a customer from being se ved cn any day after closing hours uith Victuals, Stores, or other necessari s for a ship, on her arrival at or imme iately before her departure from a port PART It NOTICE IS ALS(' HEREBY GIVEN of the int ntion of the; Council to make an Ord r under Sec-j tion 4 (6) and (2) exter. 'ing the pto-j visions of Section 4 to he trades of Meat Sellers and the sa of Medicine, and Medical and Surgicu appliaoceli, I and fixing Thursday at 1-0 p.m. as the day of the Weekly Half-holiday for surh trades, and Tuesday at 1-0 p. m. in substitution for Thursday whenever a lawfully constituted fair is held on any Thursday. Any person wishing to make objec- tic i to the Order, or suggestions as to the provisions of the Order, should address a statement in writing to the Tt wn Clerk, on or before the 20th day of May, 1913. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN th-it the occupier of any Shop to be affected by the Order may on presen- ting himself at the Borough Surveyor's. O'fice, Town Hall, Pwllheli, aforesaid, bet ween the hours of 10 and 4 on any ws ek day betore the aforesaid date verity tb it his name and address and trade at duly entered in the Register of S) ops. Dated the 19th day ot April, 1913. EVAN R. DAVIES. Town Clerk. Town Hall, Pwllheli. Cddfellows Pwllheli. f YNYGIR gwobr ragorol gan yr uchod am tiysbysrwydd a'u gallu- 01 i gosbi cychvvvnydd y stori faleis- dt w tod yn mwriaa yr aelodau ranu ei /unds,-i'r hyn nad oes yr un rhithyn o .viriouedd. Pcb hysbysrwydd i'w rc di i'r Swyddogion R. Murray, Cadeirydd Robert Roberts, Is-gadc ydd. G. M. Roberts, Trysory 1. T. W. Thomas, Ysgrifc! vdd. 1 0 Builders & Contractors. 1 ANDERS are invited for proposed Improvements and Additions to T mpath, Morfa Nevin, tor Capt. W. E Price. Plans and specifications can b seen at Twmpath, where sealed 1 iders are to be sent not later than £ U 29th, 1913. The lowest or any 'I nder will not necessarily be accepted Tir Pori ar Osod. Y N Llwynhudol Farm, Abererch, a Gorphwysfa, Pwllheli. Ymofyner yn gyfrinachul a Robt. Parry a'i Fab, Arwerthwyr. Yn Eisleu. (2. WAS Fferm yn Canada, gyda theulu Cymreig o gymydogaeth P llheli. Cartref cysurus i un yn h; Idysg yn ngwaith fferm. Am tan- y. on pellach ymofyner a—" D," UD- G RN OFFICE, Pwllheli. 1 ACHGEN fel Negesydd. Ymof- yner yn 74, Heol Fawr, P?UhgH. • Ar Osoci, IV O. 6, Salem Terrace, Pvllheli. Ymofyner a Misses W4 !iams, 9 Salem Terrace. Ar Werth. ] OG-CART A Harnis-ddim l' waeth na newydd. Am fanylion ymof- y ir a D," UDGORN Office. Wanted. V PPRENT1CE to Millinery 8 Sales. Apply-Edward Williams, Shop Glasfryn, Pwllheli. To Let. rpWO Sitting and four Bedrooms, .1. Bathroom, unfurnished. Terms moderate. Apply-" A B." UDGORN C FFICE, Pwllheli. Cymaufa G-erddorol a Llenyddol y Wesleyaid Cylchdaith Pwllheli, Dydd lau, Mehefin Sed, 1913. Testyn Yohwanegol (agnred) Am yr Wyth Penill Coffadwriaethol voreu am y ddiweddar Miss Dora Ann Owen, Meillionydd, Rhiw. Gwobr, ;0s. 6c. Beirniad -Arifog. Gellir cael Bywgraffiad o'r gwrthrych .r 1 y Winllan," Mawrth 1912, (yhoeddiad yr enwad. Y cyfansoddiadau i fod mewn Haw neu cyn Mai 29am, 1913 Manylion pellach i'w cael gan J. J. -idwards, Ysgrifenydd. RHAG-HYSBYSIAD. CYFARFOD T E A CIIYNGHELIDI) BLYNYDDOL JENLAN, PWLLHELI, DYDD IAU, MAI yr 8fed. Manylion yu fuan. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. THURSDAY, MAY 15th. EXHIBITION OF ART NEEDLEWORK worked by Pupiis of the Evening Schools at Treedyrallt. I Sales by Mr. John Davies. TOWN OF PWLLHELI. Important Sale of Valuable Leasehold Property, known as NEWBOROUGH VAULTS, HIGH STR EET, Together with Lock-up Shop adjoining. END OF APRIL. Full particulars in due course. In the meantime further particulars may be obtained of the Auctioneer, Blaenau Festiniog and Pwllheli, or Messrs Arthen Owen and Evans, Solicitors, Pwllheli. Penlan, Pwllheli. TRADDODIR iDARLITH yn y capel uchod < Nos Is, u Nesaf, CHWEFROR 24ain, GAN i LLEW TEGID, BANGOR, ar 66 1 r Hea Gympj a'u Harferioa." Llywyddir gan y Maer J (Dr. 0. Wynne Griffith). Datg nir gan Gor Plant Troedyrallt. Drysa yn ago red 6-30, dechreuir am 7 T ocynau 6ch. Yr el>v tuag at dreuliau Cymaofa Gwyncdd, gynhelir ym Mhwllheli mis Hydref nesaf. GRAND May Day Carnival AND Cr wning the May Queen, May 29th. 1913. For List of Events of Carnival and Sports, apply to the Hon. Sec.,— J. J. EDWARDS, Whitehall Place, Pwllheli. Eisteodfod Gadeiriol PWLLHELI, Gwyl y Bane, Awst 4ydd, 1913. Beirniakl <>nidorul :—E. T. DAVIES, Ysw, F. b'.C O Merthyr, a W. J. WILLIAMS, Ysw., Efailnewydd. Beirniad y Fafddoniieth ALAFON. Arweinyddion: ARIFOG a SAMUEL WILLIAMS, Ysw. Cyfeilwyr:—Mr. Evau Jones a Miss Wyrmie Jones, Pwllheli. UHA1 O'R CYSTADLEUAETHAU:— Testyu y Gadair: I. Canol- ddydd" tCerdd gaeth neu rydd heb fod dros 200 llinell) 1 0 0 a Chadair Dderw gerfiedig. Traethawd: "Tuedd feiruiadol yr Oes" (Agored i Leyn ac Eifionydd) 1 0 0 Y Brif Gysudleuaeth Gorawl. I'r Cur Meibion a ddatgano yn oreu .1 Cydgan y Pererin- jon" (Dr. Parry) a Cader Idiis" (allan o'r Alawon Cymreig—Dr. Rogers) 20 0 0 a Bathodyu Aur, gwerth 21s. j'r Arwemydd. Ail wobr j 0 0 CordU Cyrnysg, t. Y uefoedd sy'n datgan" (Haydn) 10 0 0 a 21s., irewn gwerth neu ariau, i'r Arweinydd. Ail wohr 5 0 0 Corau Cyuaysg (Lleol), Yr fiat (Gwilym Gwent) 5 0 0 a Gold Scarf Pin i'r Ar- weinydd. Corau Plant, "Croesaw Wan- wyu" (Pryce Hughes) 5 0 0 I Testynau allan o'r wasg Pri, trwy y llytbyrdy, lie. I'w ael oddiwrth yr Y sgrifenydd,- D. JOHN JONES, 74, Heol Fawr. NATIONAL INSURANCE ACT. W. E. ROBERTS, M.P S., Dispensing: Pharmacist, Begs to inform all insured persons unde • the above Act that he is under contract with the Insurance Committee '(1 DISPENSE MEDICINES, .0 SUPPLY DRUGS, TO SUPPLY APPLIANCES. All prescriptions entrusted to him will dispensed with the purest drugs ittici iiciiilcals, and always under his own ersonal snpervision. Please note the S ires The Central Pharmaoy, Opp. the Town Hall, 'Pho¡ e 52. Pwllheli.