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-AMLWCH, I

BEAUMARIS. I

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I BETHESDA. j SNOWDON FLAKE FLOUR in Cotton Bags. Present prices: 34 las., 10kd; 7 lbs-, 1 s yd; 35 lbs-, 8^ 6d- MILITARY PROMOTION. Private Willie Williams, of the 13th Battalion R. W. Fusiliers, son of Mr G. H. Williams, manager of the Lon- don City and Midland Bank, has been gazetted second-lieutenant. Prior to enlisting he wa4s at the Metropolitan Bank, Carnarvon. REPORTED WOUNDED. News has been received here that Privates. Alfred Williams, Penybryn, and Henry Davies, Tyntwr. have been wounded, -though no details have come to hand. MILITARY TRIBUNAL.—The Urban Coun- cil, at their last meeting, appointed Messrs David Llewelyn, 'Rachub, and David Davies 1, Penybryn, as new members, in addition to the five t, appointed to deal with the Derby groups. At the last sitting of the tribunal Mr R. BenJa- min Evans resigned his post as clerk. RELINQUISHING SCHOLASTIC AP- POINTMENT.—Mr Richard Evans, Oarneddi- road, who was formerly headmaster of the Tyn- twr Church of England School, and lately as- sistant-master at Carrteddi C. Sohool, has re- linquished his post, and left this week to do munition work. I CONCERT IN THE PUBLIC HALL. j Bethania 'a annual concert was held the Public Hall on Wednesday evening, and was largely attended. The artistes were Miss Nellie Evans. R.A.M. (soprano), Mr T. Egryn Hum- phrey.s (tenor», Mr Emlyn Davies, A.R.C.M. lbaritone), and Miss Eardley (accompanist). Deiniol Fychan aitro ga.ve several recitations, Mr G. Caradoc Rets, M.P., who presided, ex- pressed his pleasure at being; present. "Some few days ago," ho remarked. 1 spoke to Capt. T. H. Parry, M.P. for Flint Boioughs, who told me how the soldier song of Wales go singing ill battle with a determination to do their duty to King and country. Ho toid me we ought to be proud of our soldier sons, who have and are doing their level best to keep up the good tradi- tions of our former kinsmen." lleierring to the oare of soldiers tliter the war, the speaker said: "Let me throw out the suggestion 1iO YOU as I have already done in the House of Commons, that disabled soldiers should form an union to demand their rights from the Government, as they willingly served their country in ita hour of crisis.

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