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Borough of Pwllheli. SHOPS ACT, 1912. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Town Council of the Borough of Pwllheli have made a Closing Order of which a copy is annexed hereto, and have submitted the Order to the Sec- retary of State for confirmation. A copy of the Order may be obtained by any person whom it may concern on application at my office at the Town Hall. If any person desires to make any objections to the provisions of the Order he should address a written statement to the Secretary of State, Home Depart- ment, London, within one month from the date hereof, i.e., the 9th day of July, 1913. Dated this 9th day of June, 1913. EVAN R. DAVIES, Town Clerk. ———— BOROUGH OF PWLLHELI. SHOPS ACT, 1912. THE Town Council of the Borough of Pwllheli in pursuance of the powers conferred upon them by the Shops Act, 191 2, and after due compli- ance with its provisions do hereby Order as follows I. This Order which may be cited as "The Shops Act Pwllheli No. I Closing Order, 1913," applies to all shops in I)he Borough of Pwllheli in which the retail trades or businesses of Drapers, Outfitters, Milliners, Grocers, Corn, Flour and Seed Merchants, Boot and Shoe Dealers, Saddlers, Harness Makers and Leather Merchants, Toy, China and Fancy Goods Dealers, Iron- mongers, House Furnishers, Book- sellers and Stationers, Jewellers, Setteri of Raw Meat, Hairdressers or Barbers, Pharmacists and Chemists are carried on. 2. All shops to which this Order applies shall be closed for serving cus- tomers on the several days of the week, at and after the following hours respec- tively DRAPERS, OUTFITTERS, MILLINERS, BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS, Toy, CHINA AND FANCY GOODS DEALERS. Monday 7-0 p.m Tuesday 7-0 p.m. Wednesday. 8-0 p.m. Thursday (Weekly Half- Holiday) Shops closed at 1-0 p.m. Friday 7-0 p.m. Saturday 9-0 p.m. IRONMONGERS AND HOUSE FURNISHERS. Monday 7-30 p.m Tuesday 7-30 p.m. Wednesday. 8-0 p.m. Thursday (Weekly Half- Holiday) Shops closed at 1-0 p.m. Friday. 7-30 p.m. Saturday ••• 8-30 p.m. JEWELLERS. Monday 8-0 p iii. Tuesday 8-0 p. m. Wednesday 9-0 p.m. Thursday (Weekly Half- Holiday) Shops closed at 1-0 p.m. Friday 8-0 p.m Saturday 9-0 p.m. Excepting that on the last two Saturdays in July, all the Saturdays in August, and the two first Saturdays in September, the closing hour in respect of Jewellers shops shall be 10-0 p.m. PHARMACISTS AND CHEMISTS. Monday. 8-30 p.m. Tuesday 8-30 p.m. Wednesday. 9-0 p.m. Thursday (Weekly Half- Holiday) Shops closed at 1-0 p.m. Friday 8-30 p.m. Saturday 10-0 p.m. SADDLER' HARNESS MAKERS AND LEATHER MERCHANTS. Monday 7-30 p.m'j Tuesday 7-30 p.m. Wednesday. 8-0 p.m.' Thursday (VVeekfy rtatf- Holiday) Shops closed at 1-0 p.m. Friday 7-30 p.m. S«atuiday 9-0 p.m. HAlKOhiiSScKS OR BARBERS. Monday 9-0 p.m. Tuesday 9-0 p.m. Wednesday. 9-0 p.m. Thursday (Weekly Half- Holiday) Shops closed at 1-0 p.m. Friday 9-0 p.m. Saturday ll-opm. SELLERS OF RAW MEAT. Monday 7-0 p.m. Tuesday 7-0 p.m. Wednesday. 9-0 p M. Thursday (Weekly Half- Holiday) Shops closed at 1-0 p.m. Friday. 9-0 p. m. Saturday I I-a p.m. Excepting in the months of June, July, August, and September, during which period the hour for closing tor Raw Meat sellers' shops on every week day other than the day fixed for the Weekly Half-Holiday shall be io-o p m. BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS. Monday 7-0 p.m. Tuesday 7-0 p.m. Wednesday 8-30 p.m. Thursday (Weekly Half- Holiday) Shops closed at 1-0 p.m. Friday 7-0 p.m. Saturday 10-0 p.m. GROCERS, CORN, FLOUR AND SEED MERCHANTS. Monday y-o p m. Tuesday 7-0 p.m. Wednesday. 8-0 p.m. Thursday (Weekly Half- Holiday) Shops closed at 1-0 p. m. Friday 7-0 P-m- Saturday 10-0 p.m. Excepting in the months of July and August, during which period the hour of closing for Grocers, Corn, Flour and Seed Merchants, on Mondays, Tues- days, and Fridays, shall be 8-0 p ni., and during the month of August on Saturdays at 11-0 p m. PROVIDED that:- (a) On each of the three week days (not being the day on which the shop is required to be closed for the Weekl_y Half-Hol:Jay) preceding Christmas Day, and (b) On each day of any lawfully con- stituted fair, the Closing hour for ea- h trade or business to which this Order applies shall be the same as the closing- hour fixed by this Order tor Saturday for that trade or business. 3. Where in a shop which is required by this Order to be closed at a certain hour in respect of any traJç or business, any other trade or business for whi?h a later or no closing hour is fixed, cr ?ny trade or business which is exempted by Section 5 (4), and the Third Schedule to the Act is also carried on, such shop may, subject to the provisions of this Order, or any other Order for the time being in force, be kept open for the purpose of such other or such exempted trade or business alone, provided that: (a) After the said closing hour there shall be exhibited on some con- spicuous places on the exterior and in the interior of such shop notices in letters of the size of not less than two inches con- taining the following words: SHOPS ACT, 1912. This shop is closed for to-day except for (the sale by retail of.) or the trade or business of )." (b) So far as reasonably practicable no goods in con-ti n with the trade or business ior which the shop is required to be closed shall be exhibited either inside or outside the shop 4. Nothing in this Order shall pre- vent customers from being served on any day after the closing hours with Victuals, Stores, or other necessaries for a ship on her arrival at, or immed- iately before her departure from the port of Pwllheli. NOTE I —It is provided by Section 4 (5) of the Act that if a Shop is closed throughout the whole of a Bank Holi- day, and the Bank Holiday does not fall upon the day fixed for the Weekly Hall-Holiday, the shopkeeper may keep his shop open either on the half-holiday day before or on the half-holiday after the Bank Holiday. NOTE II.—Nothing in this Order applies to the sale of medicines and medical and surgical appliances or to the sale of newspapers. Given under the Common Seal of the Town Council of the Bor- ough of Pwllheli this 4th day of June, 1913. OWEN WYNNE GRIFFITH, Mayor. EVAN R. DAVIES, Town Clerk. Borough of Pwllheli. SHOPS ACT, 1912. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that î the Town Council of the Borough of Pwllheli have made an Order exten- ding the provisions of Section 4 to shops io which the sde of Raw Meat is carried or;, MId :o the business of Phar- macists and Chemists, and fixing the day of the Weekly Half-Holiday there- ft*?..cL a copv is annexed hereto, and have Secretary of State for confirmation. A copy of the Order m?y be obtained by any person whom it may concern on j j apolicat ion at my office at the Town Hall I If any person desires to make any 1 objections to the provisions of the Order he should address a written statement to the Secretary of State, Home Depart- ment, London, within one month from the date hereof, i.e., before the 9th day of July, 1913- Dated the 9th day of June, 1913. EVAN R. DAVIES, Town Clei k. BOROUGH OF PWLLHELI. SHOPS ACT, 1912 ORDER under Section 4 (6) and (2) extending the provisions of Section 4 to shops in which the sale ot Raw Meat is carried on, and to the bus- iness of Pharmacists and Chemists, and fixing the day of the Weekiy Half-Holiday therefor. riMIE Town Council of the Borough -L of Pwllheli in pursuance of the powers conferred upon them by the Shops Act, 1912, and after due compli- ance with its provisions do hereby ORDER as follows:- I i. This Order may be cited as "The Shops Act Pwllheli Nù. 2 Half-Holiday Order, 191 3. 2. The provisions of Section 4 of the Act are hereby extended to the sale by retail of Raw Meat, and to such parts of the retail trade or business of a Phar- macist and a Chemist as are exempted by Section 4 of the Second Schedule to the Act. 3. ALL shops in which the sale by retail of Raw Meat or the retail trade or business of a Pharmacist or a Chem- ist is carried on shall be closed for the Weekly Half-Holiday at 1-0 p.m. on Thursday throughout the year. PROVIDED that where in any week a lawfully constituted fair is to be held on a Thursday, the preceding Tuesday shall be substituted for the Thursday in such week a.nd all shops to which this 0 der applies shall be closed on such Tuesday at 1-0 p.m PROVIDED also that any shop- keeper may substitute Saturday for the Thursday or Tuesday, as the case may be, on affixing a notice to that effect in his shop. NOTE.-It is provided by Section 4 (5) of the Act that if a shop is closed closed throughout the whole of the Bank Holiday, and the Bank Holiday does not fall on the day fixed for the Weekly Half-Holiday, the shopkeeper may keep his shop open either on the half-holiday before or on the half-holiday after the Bank Holiday. Given under the Common Seal of the Town Council of the Bor- ough of Pwllheli thi*- 4th day of June, 1913. OWEN WYNNE GRIFFITH, Mayor. EVAN R. DAVIES, Town Clerk. GLO!GLO!GLO! AT DRIGOLION PWLLHELI. Dymunaf ^vH'.vyno ty hun i'ch sylw fel un sydd y., ymgymeryd a chychwyn Busnes Glo o'r newydd yn y Dref, ac yn bwriadu ymsefydlu yn eich mysg. Byddaf ddioichgar am bob cefnogaeth, a gwnaf fy ngoreu i geisio eich cyflenwi a'r glo goreu, ac am y prisiau isaf yn bosibi. Telir sylw dioed i bob archeb. SAMUEL EVANS, Morlan, South Beach, Pwllheli. DDYDD IAU, MEHEFIN 19. Gicibduith Flynyddol Oymdekhas y Gwyr Ieuanc, GirDA MODURION I LANBERIS. Gan fod uymuniad g?n rai o fasnach- wyr a gwasaniieCl) ddion i ymuno a'r wibdaith y nldC y gymdeithas wedi pen- derlynu roi crocsaw iddynt. Dymnnir gwneud yn hysbys na bydd- is yn gyirifol am le i neb ar ol nos Fawrth nesaf, Mehefin i 7eg, ac felly ni bydd y pwyllgor yn gyfrifol am le i neb os na fydd wedi pwrcasu tocyn cyn hyny. Pris cludiad ol a blaen 9 3s. C. Cychwynir yn brydlon am 1-30 o'r gloch. Geliir gael Tocynu oddiwrth y Mri Edmund Lewis, Leeds House, R. Williams, Sheffield House, J. Rowlands Maes Apiaries, John Ellis, New Street, R. Lloyd Ellis, Talafon, R. W. Prit- chard, LleYrl Street, J. Parry Jones, Gwynfn, neu gan D. John Jones, 74, Heol Fawr. THURSDAY, JUNE 26th. His Worship The Mayor's TREAT To inc St-liuoi Qjtfdreu- Will be given on the above date. The Sports and Fete ,ú.b, Will be also held on the same day. Full particulars shortly. J. J E. Preliminary Announcement. UNIONIST FETE AT GI.YN-Y-WKDDW, THURSDAY. JULY 10t, 1913 YfYIFUDI AETH. RHYBlJDD PWYSIG. Y Mae Mr R. G. Humphreys (R. o Fadog) Portmadoc, yn awr yn oru hwyliv, r trwy drwyiJcil Bwrdd. Masnach i'r CWIIlUIIW canlynul: (J»stle Royal Mail Steamship Co. Ailau Steamship Cu n'd *iuship O. VVh;te Star Steam- ship en I ,IU11 II ;0£1 ^te.unship C<>. A-nerican Steamship Co a Chwtnniau eseil!, a gall aufon ymfudwyr bob rhau o'r America, Canada, n iiit-h Columbia, Var-couver, Australia, Atfrica yr Aitft, Mor y Gyf&urt r, In Im, 'I cwls<lyld "lei t;u!l r-.a.li tocynau hefo'r theilffyrd<l i ben y èaith, ynghyd a thy sty •gnf i sicrhaa gostyngiadynycostauteithioi Llnr-daio, South- ampton neu l.etpw!. M rriartais i ym- fudwyr ;:<1. t vnna lid.) goruchwyliwr dos- barth fel Mr Huiuphtr.ys [lag oaev, u unrhyw ffordd arall. C) fl iwilder o leoedd t grefftwyr, ffermwyr, a morwyuiou. Pob manylion yn rhad.