D. Williams <& Co. Ltd. Wine & Spirit Merchants, 334. HIGH STREET, BANGOR. ■ ESTABLISHED 96 YEARS. Telephone, 188. Telegrams, Old Vaults.
D. Williams & Co. Ltd. I Wine & Spirit Merchants, 7- 334, HIGH STREET, BANGOR. I ESTABLISHED 96 YEARS. Telephone, 188. Telegrams, Old Vaults.
1 'W. ■ County THEATRE BANOOR Lowest Prices and Best Programmes in N. Wales. To-Night at 7-30 p.m.- The Boys of the Old Brigade. NEXT WEEK—Monday to Wednesday, j v Special Matinee, Easter Monday, at 2-30 p.m. i; Arthur Shirley and Sutton Vane's famous melodrama, Two Lancashire Lasses in London. (Five Parts. Exclusive.) Chapter 9 of Liberty. The Lass 0' Killiecrankia. The Scapegrace, &c., &c. THURSDAY TO SATURDAY, 1 CHARLES CHAPLIN'S Burlesque on 'Cannes.' (Four Parts. Exclusive.) Episode 5 of Stingaree, Little Snow Waif, Firelight, &c., &c. MATINEE EVERY WEDNESDAY & SATURDAY AT 2-30 P.M. I POPULAR I STALLS OR CIRCLE PIT OR GALLERY PICTURE 6d and ——— 4d and ——— PRICES I d. Tax. 1A. Tai,. PALACE I ? JL jf"?Lj!L????iL/<?.?<J!LL? j PICTURE HOUSE, BANGOR. High Class Pictures. j | Programme Daily at 2.30. I Evening, continuous from 6.45. j i SEASON 1917. UNDER EXPERT MANAGEMENT. PRICES 2d., 4d., 6d., pd., is. (Tax Extra). OORNER PIGTUREDROME. j Proprietor W. LEE. Week commencing MONDAY, APRIL 9th. Monday. Tuesday, and Wedneeday, 2.30 and 7 30.—A Majeetio Production in Four Acts, THE ABSENTEE," Fifth Episode "MARY PAGE," Chaplin Comedy, HIT HIM AGAIN. MATINEE EVERY DAY at 2 30. Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.—The Latest Military Drama in lll.l'lOO Acts, "THE LEGION OF HONOUR." also Fifth Episode, "RED CIRCLE. CHANGE IN PROGRAMME on WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY. Popular Prieea: 3d, 6d, and 9d, not including War Tar. Doors open 7. Commence at 7.30. EVANS & ROBERTS, IRONMONGERS Bifketts* Stores, BANGOR. SMOOTHA ELECTRIC IRONS. The most unique Electric Iron ever made. It will appeal to every lady at once. PORCELAIN HEAT INSULATING HANDLE. SPECIFICATION. HANDL,E.-De,ig-icd to give plenty of space. TOP PLATE—Vitrious White Enamelled, radiating very ￼ heat lo the ?<?- and always loo¡ng clean and nice. eWuHO?En. .—Nic?te pia'ed and Polished. with all sharp corners rounded off. Welaht Loading. Price. 44 116 ugit jolo J BANGOR PREPARATORY SCHOOL AND KINDERGARTEN (Under the management of the University Headmistress: MISS E. J. HANNAY, with two Assistant Mistresses. T'RE SCHOOL, which is intended for Boys and Girl3 preparing to enter tke County Schools, will re-open on APRIL 10th. The Headmistress will see parents at the Sohool from three to six p.m. on APRIL 9th. Prospectus and Admission Forms may -be had from the Headmistress or from the Registrar, University Collage, Bangor. FEES.—Children under 5 joars (attend- ing mornings only) £1 1 0 „ Children, 8 2 2 0 „ Child/ran, over 8 2 12 6 When three ohildsnen of one family are in School at the same time, the third child is received at the reduced fee of £1 16 per term. UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF NORTH WALES.—Department of Agriculture.—In oonneotion with the Two Years' Course of Prac- tical Instruction in Horticulture for Women and Girls arra, in oonneotion with the Marquis of Anglesey and Coloned the Hon. R. Stapleton Cotton, there are two Vacancies to be filled up at once. Pupils take a full share in tho work of the Gardens, and are paid for their services.— Full particulars and forms of application may be obtained from R. G. WHITE, University College (Old Buildings), Bangor. PRIFYSGOL CYMRU. UNIVERSITY OF WALES. mIlE THIRTY-THIRD MATRICULATION EXAMINATION will commence on MON- DAY, JUNE 25thi 1917. Particulars may be obtained from the Registrar, University Registry, Cat hays Park, Cardiff, from whom forma of entry can be obtained.—Application for Entry Forms must be made not later than MONDAY, MAY 28th. THE LATE MRS. MARGARET JONES, OF ERW FAIR, LLANFAIR, P.G., AND TY SCLATS, ABERGELE, DECEASED. ALL Persons indebted to, or having Claims .?- againat the Deceased's Estate, are request- ed to communicate, before the 12th April next, with ■ V MR THOS. PRICHARD. Llwydiarth Esgob, Ll&rLe.rohymed,d, R.B.O.. > 22nd March. 191 ■ MMH The ■ Furnishing Problem If TOW can increase the pur- chasing power of every pound which I am about to spend on Furniture ? The solution of that proHem w!U be found in our free catalogue and our ) Showroom#. While we only supply artistic, sturdily-built furniture, our perfect manufacturing tnd se ling organisation enables us to quote prices that are much below those charged elsewhere for the same articles. No matter whether you B—awi ■ II n n 11 mi i MI h r1 w'w irr ■ m F 1 s h f li □ -»™ oauveDientc HPapMiitSpteiiijl I your money will go farthest if you I purchase from us. | Facts viorth noting. We allow 2/-in the discount for Cash. Payments can be arranged to suit Customers' conven ciicc. No objectionable agreements to sign. Every Art- cIt mtnufactured under our own direct control and supervision. We pay carriaga to all parts. Goods delivered in Private Vans. Every Furnishing Requisite supplied. Good Value and satisfied Custpmers account for the phenomenal growth of our business. G rallt,Q, We unhesitatingly Urlltai wifiljCv. refund the price of any art icle that does not give absolute satisfaction. 19" Write or call for Catalogue. "W r-*»"*»..iH^~r-»TO,iliiiiiii nii ,y,i ini"-irr"- ii lHI'i GL E L Furnishing Go. J| I (J. R. GALNT, Proprietor). Pembroke Platm, LIVERPOOL. d Business Hours 9 to 8. I Early Closing. Saturday 1 p.m. 9 Ruiiway Fare Allowed. Well Polished Furniture Is the delight of the Household. All kinds of Pianos, Antique & High Class Furniture, etc., can be made to look like new, by using the wonderful PlANOGLOSS (POLISH PRESERVATIVE). The only polish that keeps Woodwork free from worms. It is the old-fashioned Polish which has a wonderful Preservative Power. The Polish which has preserved the Very Antique Furniture which are to-day Priceless. NOTHING TO EQUAL IT. It gives the Shine that lasts," and no finger marks. TRY IT To be obtained from all High class Stores PRICE; nd. nett. If your dealer cannot supply you, send direct for sample bottle to- 0. D. ROBERTS & Co., Manufacturers, at, High Street, Carnarvon, N.W. Furniture Remover. HENRY JONES, FRIARS SLAlE WORKS, BANQOR, Is now carrying on business P,,3 Furnitare Remover, Cartin.g Contractor, eto. Large Vans available, and est-imate free on application. NORTH WALES CHRONICLE. Cheap Prepaid Advertising Rates. "PERSONS WANTED," "TO LET," "FOR SALE," "LOST AND FOUND," Etc. Number of NUMBER OF INSERTIONS. Words. 1. 3. 6. 13. 18 Words 1 3 2 6 4 0 7 6 30 1 9 3 6 6 0 116 40 2 3 4 6 8 0 15 6 50 2 9 5 6 10 0 18 6 60 3 0 6 0 11 0 206 73 „ 3 3 6 6 12 0 22 6 3d and 6d extra (according to number of inser- tions) if replies are to be addressed to the Office. o WING to the great expense in booking and — applying for small amounts, no Advt. will be inserted unless acoompanied by a remittance. BIRTHS, MARRIAGES. DEATHS, AND MEMORIAM NOTICES, 2s 6d for four lines. 6d each exttfa line. CITY LIVETR-Y GARAGE for Hir", English 6 Seater- v/1 1 I LI V K> I WMKfHVSCi Landaulettes, and English Touring Cars by the best makers- Docorated Cars for Weddings. Fourteen years' thoroughly experienced Giiauiloara. Haasauablo oaar^oj. Proprietors. Joux Owbh & Sox. Ring up Tel. No. 194. JONES BROS.' GARAGE, Telephone 143. B?NCO?. I See Large Advert. RmA,G* QF?C/?L ?C???'?S. STATLTTORY RULES ND ORDERS, 1917, No Defence of tht Realm Detention of Waggons and Sheets (England and Wales). OnDER, DATED MAH€11 16, 1917, MA.DE BY THE BOARD OF TRADE UNDEP. REGULATION 7B OF TliN DEFENCE OF. THE RBALM REGULATIONS. Whoroas by Rogulatiotr 7h of the Defenoe of the Realm Regulations the Board of Trade have power for the purpoca of raaldng the most efli- cient use of railway pbmt or labour, with a view to tho suoce&iful prosecution of the War, to make ordare, amongst other things, for enforcing the prompt loading or vruoading of wagons by making failure to load or unload in accordance with the order and ofi'enoa. Now, therefore, in piufti&nce of their power under that Regulation and of all other powers enabling them, in that bdiall, the Board of Tracto hereby order, as follows:— (1) On and after the 1st APRIL, 1917, the Trader responsible for the loading or unloading of any merchandise (excluding Coal, Coke, and Patent Fufl) conveyed or ..0 be-oonveyed by Rail- way shaU load, unload, v, mtt, -zil to be loaded, or unloaded, and tender to, *r place at the disposal of the Railway Compan" the wagon employed together with the cay or; no- sheet or sheets, if any, with:n suoh numl of .lays after fhe day m whioh the wagon and slsret or have been placed at the disposal of tho Trader as is specified "in the Schedule hereto. (2) For tho pappose of this Order, tho term Trad., '.r" includes any person sending or desir- ing to send or receiving merchandise by railway at whose disposal a wagon, whether empty or loaded may be placed. All notices referred to in this Order may be given- in writing or verbally or sent by post or by telegram or by telephone. (3) No Trader ?hall without the written consent of, the Railway Company nsa for internal pur- poses any wagon or sheet belonging to a Railway Company, or any wagon or sheet of which tho Board of Trade have tsken possession under eny order made in that behalf. (4) If a Trader acts in contravention of, or fails to comply with, any provision of this Order, he is guilty of a summary otTrrtire against the De- fence ot the Realm R.egruations. (5) Nothing contained in thv, Order shall prc- judioe, or affect the right of a Railway Company to recover demurrage or other charges on wagons or sheets or the liabilitv :f a Trader therefor. (6\ tb-Lt., t¿, Enplo-n^ and, Wales, and may be citW fia the Detection of Wa.gons and Siieets (England and Wales) Order, 1917. Board of Trade., 16LIi March, 1917. A. H. STANLEY, President of the Board of Trade. SCHEDULE. NUMBER OF DAYS ALLOWED FOR LOADING OR UNLOADING MERCHAN- DISE (EXCLUDING-COAL, COKE. AND PATENT FUEL). (a) Wagons Supplied E?nl>tv for Loading- At Stations, Private Sidings, Docks, Wharves, etc. Wagon to be loaded and tendered to Rail- wa.y Company for Convc-yance within one day exclusive of -the c'ay on which the wagon is placed at the Trader's disposal. (b) Loaded Wasons after Conveyance- At Stations- Wagon to be unloaded and placed at Ra.it- way Company's disposal within two days ex- clusive of the day of receipt by the Trader of notice of arrival. At Ports- (Shipment traffio only.) Wagon to be unloaded and placed at Rail- way Company's disposal within three days ex- oliasive of the day of arrival. At Private Sidings, Docks, Wharves, &-c. Wagon to be unloaded and placed at Ra.il- way Company's di.sposa!, if empty, within two days, or if reloaded, within three days, ex- clusive in either case of the day on which the wa.gon is placed at the Trader's disposal. The number of days to bo allowed for -the re- turn of any covering Sheet or Sheets to be same as for Wagons. The term "day" ín this Schedule means the twenty-four hours beginning at 6 a.m., excluding the twenty-four hours beginning at 6 a.m. on a Sunday morning. THE RAILWAY EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on and after 1st APRIL, 1917, the number of days allowed to the Publio for Loading or Unloading Merchandise (excluding Coal, Coke, and Patent Fuel) into or from Railway Wagons will be as shown in the above Schedule, after which Demur- rage will become payable for each Wagon or Shoot detained at tho rates per day for the time being in foroe in accordance with the Regulations of the Railway Companies. 49257p BY ORDER. Notice of Removal. Please note that the New Address of the Business Training School (late 245, High Street), is VAYNOL HOUSE, HIGH STREET (Opposite the Old Museum). Free Prospectus on application to the Headmaster. MISS OLWEN ROWLANDS, F.R.C.O., LR-A-M.. GIVES LESSONS IN PIANO ORGAN AND HARMONY. p UPILS- successfully prepared for Examina- tiona. CARNARVON VISITED. m. 1. Team* on Application. tawelan. BmukiC A.tIIItI.. FINANCIAL. NO PRELIMINARY FEES. Money Lent Privately IN LARGE OR SMALL SUMS (not less than CIO)- On Simple Promissory Note. ESTABLISHED FORTY SIX YEARS AND NOW LENDING Upwards of £ 80,000 Annually PROSPECTUSES, Terms of Advances, or any information desired, will be rupplied free of charge on application, either personally or by letter, to George Payne & Sons, 3, Crescent Road, Rhyl. IMMEDIATE LOANS. WE MAKE NO CHARGE WHATEVER UNLESS CASH IS ADVANCED. London & Provinces Discount Co. LIMITED, 64-, LONDON IOAD, LEICESTER. ADVANCES from £ io to 1;10?O on NOTE of AHAND ALONE, or other Security, to all respectable classes. If uesired, a ltepresentative will attend at your home with the Cash, and carry out the advance THERE and Tlih. Call, or write tin confidence, to tho Manager, G. K. HOWE, E4, LONDON FXOAD. LEICESTER. LOWEST INTEREST IN THE COUNTRY. No Fees. CIO to E5000 No Bonds. £ 10 repay £ 11. £ 50 repay £55. £20 repay £ 22. £ 100 repay £ 110. Edia of Sale or Loans paid off and increased. L. LIViNGSTONE (Tel. 3071 City). HOPE CHAMBERS, 107, MARKETST., MANCHESTER, BORROW from an OLD-ESTABLISHED WELL KNOWN FIRM, noted for Honest Dealings. i;10 to £ 1000 ADVANCED DAILY to all Classes worthy of Credit on NOTE OF HAND ALONE. INTEREST THE LOWEST IN ENGLAND AND WALES. NO FEES. NO SURETIES. B10 from 2s 6d weekly. E20 from 4s weekly. 1;50 ö; „ kloo 158 „ Special IJOW Rates Charged for Short Period Loans. Call, Write, or 'Phone (2975 City), in strictest confidence, to Actual Lender, H HARRIS, 71, MARKET STREET, MANCHESTER. MONEY LENT, £ 20 to ?5000. BUSINESS ? RRANGED BY POST. Ladie8 and Gentlemen can borrow from us on their own Personal Signature. LOWEST RATE OF IN- TEREST. Convenient Payments Monthly or Quarterly. Existing Loans with other Firms paid oft. DEAL WITH GENUINE LENDERS. ANoid paying heavy rates and expenses. Apply to SAMUELS and CO., 5. JOHN DALTON-STREET, MANCHESTER. A FRIEND in NEED 18 a FRIEfiD INDEED. £ 20 to E1000 A DVANCED proinptly to Ladies and Gentle. men, Traders, Clergymen, Doctors, Farm- ers, and all Persons worthy of Credit. Terms arranged to suit Borrower's convenience or as •oiiows.— C20 Loan from £0 15 0 monthly. £ 50 Loan. from j51 10 0 monthly. £ 100 Loan from £ 3 0 0 monthly. No Fees. No Sureties. No Red Tape. Apply to-day, in strict confidence, to Actual Lender, L. 8IMANS, 92 MARKET-ST.. MANCHESTER. Tel. 2342 City. REALISING the necessity among the Pro- fessional, Commercial, and Farming ClaMe8 of an Institution where CONFIDENTIAL finan- cial assistance can be obtained, without recourse to the customary money-lender's routine, we in- to the custo ￼ nalry_ mone Ili?I to C5000. Rep Mont vite applications from C20 to £5000. Repayment can be extended over any period, and the in- terest we guarantee to be less than that charged by other firms. NO SECURITY REQUIRED. -FOULKES, LTD., 5, BOLD-ST., LIVER- PJOL. Telegrams, "PRIVACY." Tel. 3651 Royal. OUR I TERMS ARE 3/- in tke £ £10 to £iOOO Special War Loans on Note of Hand only- Get an advancc from us and avoid Heavy Charges. A liberal com- mission paid for introduction of business. We Day off EXISTING LOANS. Midlands Advance Co., Ltd 28. Deansgate. Manchester. & at 16. Lord St.. L'pool. (Tel. 4078City) Drapery and Gent's Outfitting. We hold a Good & Varied Stock at prices very considerably under those of TO-DAY. Griffith & Hughes, DEVON HOUSE, HIGH STREET, BANGOR. WILTON HOUSE, ALEXANDRA ROAD. COLWYN MAY BOARDING & DAY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. ^ftEffABATORY CL ASS FOR LITTLE Bovii, lilSSBB MO&&UL No Shopping after Six o'clock or between One and Two p.m. daily. JARVIS & FOSTER. BANGOR Established 102 years. 'Phone iYir M. A. CROOKS' DEPOT FOR FIRST-CLASS SERVICE BOOTS FIELD BOOTS. Repairs by Practical Workmen. 2 2 2, High Street, Bangor, Mcnai "Bridge. AGENT FOR- The" K," "LOTUS," "DELTA," "SAXONE," "FOOTGLOVE," DR. JAEGER'S," "BECTIVE," ETC., ETC. I TO FARMERS. i Produce more food with less men BY USING FARM TRACTORS APPLY TO THE EXPERTS. JONES BROS., 71, HIGH STREET, BANGOR. I J. MOUNTFORT^ I"CRAIGFRYN," GARTH, BANGOR 2 oat JVCere?cnt °?? Wholesale and Retail ￼ ?Ao??? j? ￼ eolUery D""r" P. ??? Dpawing-room Coal, J. Kiichan Coal, Nuts, Slack, Steam Coal and Coke, lMl^0 o^ ￼ ???? Best Staffs. Derbyshire and Welsh ??t?g ￼ ￼ ? Coais always m Stock. Special Q?)?tion for 4- T o? L?s s?j Tf?c' c Loi J I ??? A Trial Order is solicited. All Enquiries promptly attended to. | J. FLETCHER Ltd. PENDREF MONUMENTAL WORKS BANGOR. ALSO AT ====——==== 4 I Victoria Dock, I LARGEST STOCK. CARNARVON. g 13EST WORKMANSHIP LOWEST PRICES. 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