VAUGHAN <5 .IQMRS (Late Hamilton SrJoues^ APOTHECARIES' HALL, BANGOR. Dispensing Chemists, Sight Testing Opticians, Photographic Dealers, .1 at YOUR SERVICE. I R. EDMUND JONES, PRIMEST MEAT ALWAYS RELIABLE -epI!°!i5- Pendref Meat Stores, BANGOR. II ——!) THE I VALUE OF DIAMONDS is advancing day by day. They are scarce because labour at the mines is short and the Antwerp diamond cutting industry is ruined by the German occupation. We have made many advantageous pur- chases recently and also have a few bargains at pre-war prices. Buy now and we can promise you exceptional value coupled with good quality. Diamonds—at the price we otter-are a sound investment. THREE SPECIAL BARGAINS. Diamond Half Hoop Ring, Boat Set, iS-ct. Gold Mount, £2 12.. 6d. Diamond Half Hoop Ring, Carved Side, IS-ct. Gold inlotint, 12. Single Stone Diamond Ring, 18-ct. Gold, E2, SEE OUR WINDOWS. II I Tels 104. J WE -L ￼ c-Yd%H, 0 ￼ Kim'berley BANWIIZ House nJ,VA, Tel: 1 104.
v- THE WEEK'S CITY NEWS. I BAXGOR. FRIDAY MORNING. I SPECIAL PURCHASE 01; IJNOLEUAIS, i-f? ,.t.id Prices at M. ??!)<?? ?))?.-)? '?&r ?o?e, Bangor. Also .e w? d?ptay 01 i.adt?.?d Chituren s ￼ proof COSB at reasonable proht.—?48 to 3?J?, High-street. Telephone 74 TEA is likely to be as scarce as sugar, Special fain- this week at G. legid Davies'. KYFF1N SUPPLY STORES, BANGOR.— Tha up-to-date Grocery and Provision btore". Noted for Quality, Cleanliness, and Country. Propiietor; W. R. Jones. PHK \SANT MARGARINE, just like Butter. Reduced to Is opposite the Cathedral. M. ROSEN-S LAST FEW DAYS OF SALE it lot of 'iiench Coats to clear at x2s 6d. Railway Shop, i ligii-street, Bangor. 'IL 1"-L ?y ?-, I O P STRINGER, MARKET If ALL. tuys Giass, Sauce, Pickle and Wine Bottles, and Jam Jars, for cash.—Advt. SUPPORT HGAIE INDUSTRIES and buy Britain's Best Margarine and save tifty per cent, in your butter uiil, at Humphreys' Stores, Upper Bangor -Adyt. REDUCED '.—BEST TABLE" MARGARINE, lid per lb. salted and in prints.— 1 ALTER MA: STORES, opposite tho Cathedral. SNOW DON FLAKE FLOUR in Cotton Bags Present prices: 3b:L6, Bags. ls; Tibs. Bags, 2; 35ibs. Bags. 9.;> 6d. THE NORTH WALES CHRONICLE" OFFICE will be closed all day to-morrow (S-atur- dicy). PERSONAL.—Mr J. G. Jones, conductor of the Railway Institute Operetta Company, is leav- ing to take up a position III Alancnester. COLLEGES RE OPEN. The North Wales Training re-opened this week, alter the cummer vacation. The Normal College will re- open nest week. ST. WINIFRED'S SCHOOL.—In the recent examinations of the Oxford ;.e.nior Local, the following pupils were successful in obtaining certificates: Jean Clarke and Eleanoi Jeri^orn (senior); Joan Smuilwood and Mabel Strach-an ^COUNTY APPEAL TRIBUNAL.—At the Carnarvonshire Appeal Tribunal, on Friday, Francis W. Jenkins (33), travelling draper, Orme- road, appealed against the refusal of the Looal Tribunal to grant him exemption.—Mr S. R. Dew represented t.he applicant, who was granted ex- emption until November 30bh (final). GOOD JUDGES:—The day following the re- cent horticulturarl show at the Penrhyn Hail, the winner of the prize for the best apples, a resi- dent of Upper Bangor, found that some person or persons had cloaked almost every apple in his orchard. ELECTRICITY WORKS.— Garetn Pentir Wil- liams, Givn, Upper Bangor, son of the Town Cl-erk, and Percy Richards, Bcdifyr, have been appointed premium apprentices at the Borough Electricity NN a.! ks.-J. E. Plaskett, 17, Friars- road, has been appointed to the vacancy of engine-room apprentice at the wo-ks. AN ORGAN RECITAL will be given by Mr Mullinar in aid of Pearhyn Cottage V.A.D. Hospital, next Sunday, September 16th, at 8.15 p.m., at St. David Church. The programme will include "Overture Tannhausor" (Wagner), In Mett'or.ani Overture" iSullivan), Prelude to The Dream of Gerontius" (Elgar), etc. The Tocalist will be Mr Arthur Humphreys.—Advt. FOOD PRICES.—The following prices ruled at the market this (.Friday) morning: Butter, 2s Id a lb. (last week 2s ?d a eggs, 9 for 2, potatoes, 7Ibs. for cd cabbages and cauliflowers, 2d to 4d each; French beans, 3d a lb. swedes, turnips, a; • d carrots, Id a bunch. There is u. plentiful supply of damsons, which are sold at 3d it 1. or 12Ib. for 2s 3d A large supply of app-rs has been received, and they are retailed ut 2.WI to 4tt a lb. Plum-. are sold at 3d to Cd a lb. CLASSED A" AND THEN DISCHARGED. -At the Local Tribunal, on Tuesday, the C'lerk 4Mr Pentir Williams) reported that Martin Meade (32), married, window cleaner, Old--Baths, who was classified A" at Wrexham, had since been rejected and discharged.—The Military Re- presentative (Dr. Phillips) stated that by some mistake Meade's ir^dica; sheet did not jo up to Wrexham wit!; Iiim, but how they failed at Wrex- bani to discover the state of his heelth and parsed J him A" was inconceivable.—The Tribunal gave him absolute exemption. AN ORDAINED MINISTER AT 20 YEARS OF AGE.—Among the appellants at the T ribunal, on Tuesday night, was William Jones (20), "A," angle, an ordained Congregational minister, and •formerly a student at Bangor. The Mayor ttsked whether it was usual for a young man of 2J years to be ordained.—The Military Rc-pre- tentative (Dr. R. W. Phillips) said the Congre- I gationalists l-.ad absolutely no rule on this matter. He pointed ou-t that the Army Service Act did not exeept oi trained minister,but this Tribunal had pursued a course of exempting theological students in uh-eir last year. The appeal was dismissed. CHRISTIAN BR'OTHERHOOD.—The an- nual meeting oif the members of the Brotherhood was held on Sunday, when the following were appointedChairman, Mr T. E. Taylor; vice- ci?iiman. Mr EHn Rob?rt?; treasurer, Air W. Wil- iia.tna (junr. HLgh-?tr??t; mu?caJ d'-rcct?; Mr D. R. EHi3; ge.naral sêorNary, Mr W. H. Ed ? ard?. Committee L. Eardiev, -Nle??rs Gladstone Roberts, E. W. Hooortt., W. J. Hughes, Ferguson Jones Thos. Thomas, R. Da- vieti, and D. G. Roberts. PIER TOLLS TO BE INCREASED. The Pier Committee have been informed by the Beau- maris Town Council that the toll for the u,e of their pier is to be increased from Id to lù per passenger. Tiie committee decided to ill form the Beaumaris Council that if they insist on the in" cleaned toil, the committee would have no alter- native but to further increase the fare by their- steamer, and to inform the public the reason why the increase has been made. OGWEN RURAL COCXCIL.-At the month- ly meeting of the Ogwen RL.ral Council, last Fri- day, the Chairman Rev. Wm. Morgan, St. Am s) presiding, it was decided to appoint a small committee in eoeh parish to consider the need of hordes for the working-classes. The salary of the Road Surveyor (Mr W. J. Hughes) was increased from £90 to £100, and that of tho San?n.ry Inspector (Mr H. J. Hughes) from S33 t) £90. PREPAR.-I. THE KINDERGARTEN AND PREPARA- TORY SCHOOI. conduced by the University College of North Wa!e., wiU re open on Thursday, S?t. 20th The new headmistress, Miss M. A. Moore, will be at the school to see parents on | Tuesday afternoon, September 18th, from three to six o'clock, For the new session the school has been moved from Fairlawn to Ai-fryn, to rooms commodious a.nd suitable in every way, the entrance to which for the children is from Ffriddoedd-road. EAXGOR WOMEN'S PATRIOTIC GUILD.— The inaugural meeting of the winter of the Bangor Women's Patriotic Gtild \IS he!d on Wednesday aftontioon in the Y.M.C.A. Gymnasium, when there was a large attendance. An address was given by Miss Da vies, of T.re- borth, on her experiences in Frpyic-e. A report was given by Mrs King, the honorary secretary, detailing the work done by members during the laot session. The report siiowed that there was an increase in the number of me-moor" during the year, and urged the contimianco of the efforts of the workers to, the demand for com- forts of all kinds was on the incra-iee. A tabu- lated Hat of articles made by members was given and totaned over four thousand comforts. OBITUARY. I The death took place yesterday week of Mrs Jane Ellis, 10. Menai View, the widow of Cap- tain J. R. Ellis. Deceased, who was 69 years of age, was well known in Bangor and highly re- spected. The funeral private) took place on Monday. The chief mourners wore; Mrs M WiHiams, Aborsoeh (sister); Mrs G. Hughes, Treflan, Bangor (niece); Driver Cornelius Hughes (nephew) Mrs Gordon Robe-jt? OraLgydon-road (niece), and hM- son; Mr John R. WiUia.m?; Mr Owen WiiIIa.ms. Ln-?rpooi: (nephew); ?nd Mr John Wil!iam (br:other-in- !aw) Dr. J. ￼ oa. a.ttpn d at)t ) law); DI'. J. E. (m?-clicltl Nurse M. Griffith, and .he deacons of Tv.rgwyn Chape!. The Rev. R. J. Jones, Twrgwyn, offici- a:?d. Wreaths were received from the follo wing • —Driver C. H'.?hpa. Mrs Hughæ, Dr. Taylor Jones. Mrs Needham, Mng Matthew?, Felixstowe; Mra Duud. Oswetry; a.?d Mr a.nd Mrs A!f. ?Nlrs Bu;rd l, (),iwc??try; -\Ir and'\Irs Alf. SWEDISH LADY AND THE REGISTRATION REG l/LATIONS. At the Police Court, on Tuesday, before Mr W. Pughe (chairman), the Mayor (Mr R. J. Wil- liams), tlw Rev. W. Morgan, Dr. Lloyd Wil- liams, and Mr W. D. Hobson, V. C. B. Roefftiorantz, of Lewes, a Swedish sub- ject.. was charged under the Aliens' Restriction Order with failing to register her»elf with the polie. Superintendent Griffith stated that the defendant had been a resident in this country for soume time, and in January, 1916, she obtained an identity book, so she must have been of the regulations. He believed the defendant wss a persom of high standing in life. iLrs Kitso-n, 6, Victoria Park, Upper Bangor, gave evidence that during A ngust she was stay- ing near Ogwen Lake, and the defendant ourae to stay theje. She remained for a week until Au- gust 21st, and r.the da.y she left she came down to Bangor. .1 r' 'ffi T t. ffi f Superintend eat Griffith, registration officer for the Bangor district, in evidence, said the defen- ooni did not attend at his office to register her- self. It did not come to his knowledge that s he had been staying in the Ogwen Lake district until five days after ehe left.—In reply to a ma.gis- trate, Superintendent Griffith raid the defendant wa,3 the guest of Mrs Kitson at Gwerngof, Og- woin Lake. A fine of IC" was imposed on the defendant, who d!id not appear. BOROUGH TRIBL NAL A sitting of the Local Tribunal was held on Tuesday evening. The Mayor (Mr R. J. Wil- liams) presided, and other members pteecnt were; Dr. E. V. Arnold, Mos;i;s W. D. Hobson, J. Cumming, T. J. W 'll,iurn, and T. E. Taylor, with the Clerk (Mr J. Pentir Williams) and tho Military Representative (Dr. R. W. Phillips). Glriffith Davies (25), HI, assiist^nt in second- hand furnitire business, 51, Dean-street. —Three months exemption.—Mir Evans Jones was for tho applicant. Henry Davies (38), Cl, temporary custodian of the Masonic hafl.-To be examined by the Central Medical Board. W. Mauirice Williams (35) B3, single, 303, High-st ree-t, pawnbroker's manager.—Adjourned for a month.—Mr S. R. Dew was for the appli- cant. Amos Jones (27), Cl, ooal-ca.rtor, Panton-st.— It was reported that the applicant had joined the army. l Llewelyn Chr?.tm?a Lloyd (28), Congregational min:5-tf.t, Regent-st., who has been ordained.- Conditional exermtion. David M. Lloyd (52), Regent-street, who has been ordained Congregational minister at Taly- say-i.-Condi,tioiial- exemption. Wm. Monris George (301, ordained Baptist minister at Rhyl.—-Conditional exemption. A. P. W. Pritchard (18), A, 15, Friars-avenue, a scholar at Fria.rs School.—It was reported that the applicant had joined up. PENRIIYN COTTAGE V.A.D HOSPITAL. Cifts gratefully acknowledged for week end- ing Thursday^ September ) tl,: :chol¡:,rs in Standard VI. and VII .Glanadda School eggs, rice, ground rice, cigarelltes, matches, cocoa, apples, plums, cisc uits, tea, cucumber, vege- table marrows, potatoes, turnips, and soap; ÙlHS A. Barnard. Capel Ogwen, Penrhyn Park, appl «s; Canon Davies, The Cottage, lettuces and apples; Girls' Gardens, St. Ann s, per Mrs Biod- wen Roberts, potatoes; Miss Lake, Bethesda, handkerchiefs; Mrs Gasquonie, tea; A Friend, per Mr R. B. Watson, cigarettes; Mrs Gayton. pickles; Gaerwen G.F.S. members, per Mrs Hughes-Williams, eggs; "Sirs B. T. Williams, St. Ann's, cocoa and rice; Thlisa Davies, Llanllechid, vegetables; A Friend, tea, rice, and jam; Miss E. Jones, St. Deiniol's Vicaia-ge, kitten; Mr Perkins, vegetables: Mrs Fraser Storey, apples and beetroot; Mrs Jiellis, grapes; Mr Williams, Fenian, vegetables. The following gift3 would be much apprecia- ted:-Tea, eggs, jam, vegetables, and fruit. BODLOXDEB RED CROSS HOSPITAL. The following gifts have been gratefully re- ceived :—Vegetables: Mr U. R. Davies, Col. the Hon. R. Stapleton Cotton, the Menai Bridge Council School, Mrs Hayes, Mrs Watcyn ll- liams, Mrs Bickerstech, Mrs Davies. Treborth. Fruit (grapes, apples, plums, and ligsi; Miss liughea, Tyddyn Sidney; Mr 11. R. Davies, Mrs DaMes, Treborth; Mrs Burnaby, Mrs Watcyn Williams, and Miss Hughes, (Jet'nmawr. Cheese (Xllb s.): Capt. S. Wiluams Ellis. Milk daily: Mrs Hugh Vincent. Socks: Miss Richmond. Papers: Airs Burnaby. Mr and Mrs Jphnston, Bryn Mel, dtove the patients and part of the nursnig stall to Penmon, L'1!tertamcd th.. Hi to tea, and organise d sp0rts, t'iving- many prizes. The afternoon waj hor- oughly enjoyed by all. MILITARY NEWS. Lieu t. W. H. E Matt •hews, younger son of Alderman W. P. Matthews, Bangor, who is m I charge of a mo.rta.r battery, is home on leave. Aniong the patriotic young men of the city may be mentioned the three son;, of Mrs Evans, 34, Wator-^tireet, Hirael. liie eldest, Wiliiam Evar-s, the well-known fuil-back of the local foot- ball club for some years, has been in the army for some two years, a,ld is at present in East Africa with the P.O. Tel. Corps. Sapper Harry Evans, who was also well kr.:own in footbail circles, joiniad the Engineer, a.nd went over to Franoe ca,rl y in, the war. He wes wounded and gassed. After a sta.y in this country for fome time he was again drafted out to France, where ho has now been for close mpon two years. Sapper Johnny Evar.s, the second son, who went out to Vancouver for seal-fishing, joined a Canadian contin-gent.. He is at -present train- ing in this country, and is expected to be drafted out &00.1 to one of the theatres of war. It may also be mentioned that Mrs Eva.ns' son-in-law, Private W. B. William?, who resides at 19, Ed- mund-stireet, is also on active service. He joined Army and for some time was sta- tioned at LlandSudno. He has been in France twice and took part at the battle in Mametz Wood, where he was wounded, and was again mounded at Vimy Ridge. Ho is now An his third jcurne-y out, but this time to another tlieatre of the war. At the meeting of the City Council, on Wed- nesday, the. Mayor stated that some of their young soldw-ra were awarded distinctions with- out anything being heard by the public about them. That week lie was fortunate in coming across Sergeant Norman Lloyd, Glanadda, and took the opportunity of eorngratulating him on behalf of the Council and the city genearlly upon a unique distinction conferred upon him. He was a member of the original Expcd:t.;or.cr.ry Force, and was a.wa.rded the Military Medal in January, 1915, for i!c-pa.ii-irL, telephone wires under heavy gas and shell fire. Recently he per- formed anoi.neT act of gallantry under heavy shell fire, and for this he wa^ awarded a bar to hi" med:nl, and also mentioned in dispatches. Three officers were completely buried, and Ser- ge ant Lloyd organised a rescue party and worked hard to get them out. His gallantry was success- fill in sieving three lives. Notification has been received from the War Office that Private John Gwilyrn Jones, Welsh Border Regiment, second son of Mr John Jones, engine-driver, 41, Caelleppa, Bangor, has been killed in action. Private Jones, had only been in the service five months and was home on leave some three weeks ago prior to leaving for the front. He was within cqe month of his 21st birth- day. Before joining the farces he was employed as cleaner n the Loco. Department of the Lon- don and North-Western Railway, at Bangor, and was highly esteemed by his numerous friends and acquaintances. The deceased has two other brothers serving iji the urmy.—CcirrpcraJ Henry Deiniol Joftes and Private Richard Jones. Much sympathy is extended to the parents in their sad bereavement. Colour-Sergeant Joseph Roberts, 35, James-st., has been promoted regimental sergeant-major in the second battalion of the Car nar v onth k e Volunteer Regiment. Corporal Cna.rles Elbs, Llandegai, who is an I instructor in the Welsh Guards. has been home on leave. Seoond-Lieut. Cornwall Jones, son of Mr ar.d Mrs T. J. Jones, 15, Friars-road, has qualified as an öbsorvation omcer in the Rtoyal Flyirg Corps. Privat.e T. H \V ynne, Upper Ba<ngor, forme-riy' of the Corporation offices, and v.-ho is now en- gaged in a substitution office at Stafford, Wj1.3 home on leave for tho week-end. Mr Wm. Jones, St. Paul's-terrace, hr., received in formation that his eon, Private Hugh Jones (19), South Wales Borderons, has been killed in action. He had been in the a.rmy ody five month.. A private in tha South ?1a?e.,s Bo-rdEr?ra found on the battlefield a photograph of the nine months' old baby of Mr Andrew .Jone03 (a brother of tho deceased), with the address of the parents on the back, and he wrote as follows to Mr Andrew Jones:— I was most deeply touched by the sight of the daar ba.by's faco, smiling up at me. I picked the photograph up in the midst of the terrible horrors of the modern battlefield, and it reminded me of my own dear baby." Mr C. Levitus. who resided art- Glanadda, ha3 been appointed a Sergeant Major in the newly formed Jewish Regiment. News has been received by Mrs William Jones, X diion Inn. that her brother Private Wilia-n Pritchard, R. W. F., has been wounderrin France, and id now in hospital at the base. LOCAL AMUSEMENTS. I COUNTY THEATRE. I "Comrades^" a story of two sons of Fran.ce who fought for fhe glory of their country, the E,ta,r attriacit*,aii for the first half of the week has a special appeal in tihese days, and the tragedy was followed with rapt attention to the end. For 6,e week-end there is '"Faith," a four-reeler, which has b&en written round Mary Miles Winter] Amen?a.'a cinema idoL Billie West, who imitates Charlie Chaplin with a fidelity that deceives, also figures in a. humorous 'film. Film versions of stage plays are almost always iriteiresibing, and witih a play having such a wide appeal as Miss Cicely Hamilton's Diana of Dobson's," and an artiste wibil slwh a big following a.3 Miss Cecilia Loftu-s to play the heroine, then success and interest are dOtllby assured. ''Diana of Dobson's." was produced by Mbs Lena Ash well at the Ktngsway Theatre and attained a wide popularity; the sareen ver- sion to be shown here during the first half of next week, should do equally well. The story of the play is interesting because it is human. Muoh of the success of the picture depends upon the impersonation of Diana, and Hiss Loftus, a master of her craft, has caught the spirit of the author's ertat;(,ti, t!iL, ,(-.ft touch of the •firtiste has made her a very real person. For the second half of tha week, Mary Miles Minter, wh.o has become quite a local favourite, will be seen in A Dream or Two Ago," a touch- ing domestic drama. The attention of patrons i; caned to the cha.ri.ge of time of commencement, which from Monday next will be seven-thirty. Saturday evenings at seven o'clock. I THE PICTrREDROME. A strong attraction was the film version ot Beet Haste's Two Men of Sandy Bar," with which the week opened, With it was the 13th episode of "The Fanatic," a.nd a variety of humorous fihns. A diversified programme has been arra-.iged for the week-end with Mary Fuller, loading the way in "The Broken Butter- fly," in live acts. A five-reel photo-pl;.y entitled "Seed's of the Fathers" has been booked for next Monday and the two following evenings. From Thursday ur.<lil Saturday a unique film will bo shown. Entitled "The Road to Ruin," it intro- duces the famous George Gray, tiho Fighting Parson, and it is claimed that tins film teaches one of the greatest moral lessons ever preached from the pulpit cir stage. The oii,e-rc-u,i comedies and ckamas aire now changed on Fridays as well as Wedinesdays.
I BETHESDA. I SNOWDON FLA KE FLOUR in Cotton Bags. Present prioee: 3slbs. Bags, Is; 71bs. Bags, 2s; 351bs. Bags, 9s od. PUBLIC' MEETING.—On Wednesday even- ing, at the Public Hull, a public meeting, con- vened by the Urban District Council was held under the presidency of Mr Jeremiah Thomas, in coniicction with the Parliamentary division of the county. there was only a meagre attend- ance. Among the speakers were Alderman J. Parry, Mr D. J. Williams, M. A., Mr D. Davies, Penybryn, Mr J. iluglies, Cloth Hall, and Mr G Roberts, Lome House The only de- cision come to wai that any division of thd county that would separate the quarrymen would bo regarded as unsatisfactory. DEATH OF A SOLDIEk.—'Tha death took place at N'efcley Hospital last week of Private Henry Parry. Penygraig. lie was wounded m action three months ago, am! was for a time in hospital in France before being brought over to Southampton. lit was 24 years of age. lie joined the army early in the war, and had seen active service tor close upon two years without once being home on leave. He was a young man of quiet disposition and was very popular. He took much ink-rest in Welsh literature, and m 19J? w,n th silver crown at the children s th,,? sI ",ver c". own ?'t tli, (?h*l ,,3K-?-,dfod held iter??. '.riie body v,,ai the Jncea?d'? home L-y the local company of Volunteers The funertt took place on Friday (private), tho following ministers officiating: Revs. James Jones, Salem; Alun 'S. Jones, Jerusalem; T. L. Joseph, Treflys, and T. Jones Hughes, Siloam. Much sympathy is extended to his widowed mother and family. MILITARY NEWS—Messrs Hugh Owen, Coetmor Mount, and Griffith Trefor Jones, Ger- lan, arrived home last week. The former, who has seen close upon three years' service in France and has for some time been in hospital, has been discharged, and will shortly resume duty on the clerical stall of the Bangor Post Office, where he was employed prior to enlisting. The latter, who has been on active service in Salo- nika, has also been in hospital for some time, and is now discharged.—Captain lorwerth Grif- fiths is home on short lea, e from France.—Pri- vate Evan Parry, Cwlyn, who was invalided home from France and is now stationed at Litherland, was home over the week-end.-Pri- vate Emrys Jones, son of Mr and Mrs Morris Jones, Plas Penisa'rriant, was also recently home I on leave, and returned-to h:s duties at the iront a few days.. ago.
I BEAUMARIS. I SNOWDON Ii LA KE FLOUH. m Cotton Bags. Present prices: 3iibs. Bags. Is; 7lbs. Bags, 2s; 35ibs. Bags, 9s 5d. EGGS FOR THE WOUNDED.—-Last week's collections are as follows:—Beaumaris and Ltitn- faes, 29 eggs ozid 1&, 6d; Llansadwrn, 27 eggs; Llandegfan, & eggs and 5s 2d; Llangoed, 11 eggs. One hundred and ninety two eggs were forwarded to the Central Depot. Y.M.C.A.—An appeal for a special object in connection with the troops stationed locally was recently made, and elicited a generous response. The committee grateTully acknowledge donationu from- The Mayor .(Alderman J. H. Burton), Rev. H. J. if organ and Mrs Morgan, Mr and Mrs H H. Williams, Mr S. Taylor Ohachviuk, Dr. J. Hcpworiii, Mi^s Hamilton, Major Massey, Air J. S. Laurie, Mr and Mrs Rhys Jones, Mr and Mrs G. T. S'iiort, Mr W. C. Cross, Mrs Owen, ,tn d -I lr,? (". T. and Ml;.s Madge Owen, and Miss Williams (Biyn- i LLU), J.B. Vr., Aliss Thomas (Victoria-tenaoc-), Air .nd MYs J. Coulthard, Mr and Air-, J. W. Joi, s (Cardiff), Air V. Bowen, Rev. T. Woodings, M:sa Archdalt, Mr Lloyd ili-iams, Rev. H. P. Ro- berts, as well as a i-iu-ii ber of small donaticais. The men concerned greatly appreciated the iindiy interest hlkt-n in them, and the money subscribed enabled a useful little packet to bo pie sen ted to each. OBITUARY.—Air Robert Thompson, Osborne House, died on Sunday evening. He had been ailing for some weeks and under medical care, out went about daily. He was out for a walk on Sunday evening, and on returning to the House complained of feeling unwell, and expired almost instantly, the cause of death being Jxcarfc faiimc. lr Thompson, who was 59 years old, was for many years head keeper on the Baron Hill Estate, a position he relinquished about four years ago. For neatly two years he had been employed Cool tho estate superintending forestry ejperations. The news of his death will bo rciri-etted by a large circle of friends. He leaves a widow, three sons and two daughters. The eldest son is in France, and was unable to return in time for the funcial; the second is a prisoner of war in Germany; while the third son has just attained military age and joined the colours. Tho funeral took place 011 Wed- nesday afternoon and was largely attended, the service being conducted by the Rev. T. Wood- ings, B A. A very large number of floral tributes were sent by sympathising friends. —The death of Aliss Nugent, who formerly held the position of district ruise, took placa at the King Edward II. Alemorial Sanatorium at Llangefni, where she had been a patient for over a year. Nurie Nugent was extremely popular during her stay I here.
MENAI BRIDGE, I SNOWDON FLAKE FLOUR in Cotton Bagj. Present prices: 3ilbs. Bags, Is; 71bs. Bags, 2s; 351bs. Bags, 9s 6d. MUSICAL.—The Penrhivr Choir are arrang- ing a concert in aid of the local sailors and soldiers' fund. TRIBUNAL APPEAL.—At a sitting of the Anglesey Appeal Tribunal yesterday .at Llan- gdlli, exemption to November SOth, was g.ye:; H. Pritchard Williams (19) packer, Beach iloa/i, Menai Bridge. The Volunteer OndUion v. as imposed. The application of John Eiias Oven (18) coal carter, Rose Cottage, Bridge.for a rehearing wal3 refused. STFAAIER TRAFFIC.—Some time a "go the local Urban Council wrote asking the Bangor Council to run their new steamer to the Prince's Pier. The Bangor Council have replied that they cannot incur the rial: of landing and em- barking oassengers at the Prince's Pier. URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL.—The month- lv moc-ting of the Council was held on Tuesday the Chairman (Mr G. W. Senogles) presiding. A letter was read from the Statianmaster (Mr Williams).requesting to be informed of flue con- stitution of fcba local Foc,J CommÜ,tce.-The Clerk (All- Owen Jones) stated that he had com- plied with the reque-st.—The Surveyor was asked to examine the condition of the .pier and pre- sent a report.—It was decided to inform certain persons who shoot wild fowl off the pier of the illegality of the practice.—On the suggestion of tlit, Gelie,al Puilpos+-s Committee it was a,grf,ed that another effort be made to induce ulio Low don aid North-Western Railway Company to stop the mail at Menai Bridge on Sunday right. —Permission was given to hold a Flag Dav in aid of the Sailors' Society.
I LLANFAIRFECHAN. SNOWDON FLAKE FLOUR in Cotton Bags. Presant prices: 3libs. Bags, Is; 71bs. Bags, 2s; 35lbs. Bags, 83 6d. PEItSO;iNAI,Lady Salt is staying at Glan- mor, and Lady Cecilia Coates at Civnnog House. WOUNDED IN AcriON.-I)rivei, Robert K. l,loyd, R.F.A., Glanafon, has been wounded in the arm in France. BOWLING MATCH.—Last week the. Heath Alemorial Home beat the local Bowling Club by five points. "WESLEYAN MINISTER'S RECOHD.-The Rev. Garrett Roberts, Wesleyan minister is re- maining at Llar.fairfechan for another term. Ho has now beer, in Llanfairfcchan for eight years -e recor(I which. no other Wesleyan minister in W'jftes possesses VOLUNTEER DETACHMENT. Mr W. Tirnmins lia- taken over the command of the local detachment of the Carnarvonshire Volunteer Regiment. PLAS V.A. D. HOSPITAL.—Arranged, by Mr Nightingale, a concert was held at the Pavilion las. Friday afternoon in aid of the V.A D A large audience enjoyed the excellent musical fare provided by the "Tip Tops" and cithers. The tickets sold realised £ 25, but a col- lection amongst the audience at.d an auction brought the total up to £ i0 —At the Church Instttute on Tuesday, Air Charles Hartley and Aliss Gordon Pauli gave a humorous, musical, and dramatio cntei tainment in aid of the hos- pital. TRIBUNAL AFPE.AL.-At a sitting of the Carnarvoushiie Appeal Tribunal at Bangor on Friday, the Military Representati ve (Lieut. Cradoc Davies) appealed against the conditional exemption given by the .Local Tribunal to Mr \Y Wheldon Roberts, assistant clerk to the Uiban Council and clerk to the Food Control Ccmm-tteo. Air W. H. Ellis, supporting the ciaim, mentioned that tho local Alilitary Re- presentative (Dr. Archdalli had acquiesced in the conditional exemption granted by the Local Tri- bunal.—-Exemption was granted until October 31st.. 11.0AIL ON LEAVF1.—Private George Brown Owen, R.W.F., 6, Brynnior terrace, and Private E. R. Williams, Gwerfor; aro both home on leave from active service. The latter served in the South African War. Driver Wm. Jones, R.G.A., 4, Greenfield-terrace, is home on con- valescent leave. He has been suffering from trench fever. FOOD CONTROL COAf \J" IT TEE.—Mr W. G. Roberts iCamainaint) presided over a meeting of thi Committee Oil Tuesday night, when it was derided to call upon the local- to exhibit in a conspicuous position a schedule of the prices of meat wld by them and to furnish the Committeo with copies of such schedules. Alessrs T Hughes, the local food inspector, and Wheldon Roberts, clerk, were appointed to make visits in connection with the Flour and Bread Prices Order. "PLAS V.A.D. HOSPITAL. Gifts received fortnight ending September 8th: Mrs Swam, tomatoes; Aliss Buckle, in,.gaiiiieE-; Mrs Yates, eggs and papers; Airs \utkin Davies, vegetables, Mrs Piatt, peaches and flowers; Aliss Harrison, appJe. A very successful sale of work was held in the C h,,tr(- I i Itibt i ti,?t.? in the Church Institute on August 29th, and great interest wis evinced in a sale of work done by patients in the hospital Air Nightin- gale's Company kindly gave an entertainment. I A substantial sum was lealised. On September i Air Nightingale organised a concert at the Pavilion. Air Cobblev (AlanchSter), Miss -Jessie Smith, and Private ti. Lewis appeared, and the Pie; rots gave valuable* support The receipts v. ere gratefully accepte 1 by tho commandant, Airs WYtkm Davie.—A. Ccxoii, Q.M. C32.
I PENMAENMAWR. PLUVIUS' "BIT." The lainfall for the month of August regis-tored 6.15 inches. VISITORS.—A large number of visitors re- turned homo last week. Still, an appreciable number remain, and more are expected tiiis week- end. THE FUNERAL took place on Tuesday after- noon of Cyril G. Lynch, son OL Private and Mrs Lynch, Braoniuc-sitreet, who, at tho age of six years, died on Thursday la~t. The Rev. G. Alatthewo officiated. THE PENMAENBACH DANGER. Tho occupants of a carriage belonging to Air Me- Alioha.n, of Llanfairfeohan, narrowly escaped serious injury last week, while passing^ Peninaen- badli, a large stone fulling on the vehicle, which was damaged, but fortunately dropped clear of the pa-fecngea-s. "SOLDIERS ON LEAVE.—Private D. R. Wil- liams, R.A.M.C., son of the Postmrjie.r, and Pri- vate Emyr Jon-es, of Fern Valley, are home from France. Gunner G. Ll. Davies, R.G.A., Water-street, bias arrived heire on sick leave. SCHOOL RAILWAY FARE PAID. The -governors of the Llandudno County School, at their meeting on Tuesday, decided to pay the railway fare,3 of Morfydd Williams, of Peninaen- ,nawr. to and from the school at Llandudno for a period of tweh-e months. A CONCERT was held on Thursday week in the Promenade Pavilion in aid of the English Presbyterian Church, the following artistes con- tributing towards an entertaining programme: ALisses Maude Davies, Dilys Hughes, L.R.A.M., Elsie Rqgersou, L.R.A.M., Mr J. Eytoll Wil- liams, Miss Evelina Jones, Aiessrs U. Davies and Elwyn Roberts,Miss Eva Hughes, Llan rwst, and Mrs Hughes, L.R.A.M. NODDFA CLUB.—A musical evening was held by members of this club on Wednesday week ,to mark the opening of the winter session. There were 85 members present. Items were given by Misses. Aiirmie Jones, Maud Davies, Evelina Jones, Aiessrs M. Roberts and M. Hughes, Aliss'es Louis Roberts, Gaynor Jones, and Katie Roberts. During the interval re- freshments were served.
EGLWYSBACH. I ALEMORIAL SERVICE.—On Wednesday last week the Vicar (Rev. J. O. Roberts) conducted a memorial service at the Parish Church to the late Hon. Francis McLaren, ALP. The Vicar recited the burial service in English and Welsh, and the Church choir sang appropriate hymn tunes. At the close the Organist (Air \V. E. Williana, schoolmaster) played the "Dead Aiarc-h" (" Saul"). All tlie workmen on the Bodnant Es- tate were in attendance, in addition to a largo number of the parishioners.
TREGARTH. I KILLED IN ACTION — News has reached Mr and Mrs Block, Natiot al School, Tregarth, that Ifor, their third and youngest son, was killed in action on the 2nd inst. lIe was 19 years of age, joined the R. W. Fusiliers, and saw lifteen months' active service lIe was very much liked by all who knew him, and there is uiii- ersal syrtipathv with Mr and Mrs Brock in their bereavement A memorial service will be held at Gelli Church, Tregarth, on Sunday evening itext, It 6 o'clock.
PORTDINORWIC. I SNOViDOiN FLAKE FLOUR in Cotton Bags. Presient prices: Ojlbs. Bags, Is; 7lbs. Bags, 2s; 351bs. Bags, 9s 6d. HOME ON LEAVE.—Private John Hughes, I son of Mr and Airs Thomas Hughes, Penrallt Cottages, has airived home from Flanders. EISTEDD FODIO SUCCESS—Aliss B. E. Hughe", ALA., Llys Menai, won a prize at the B irkenhea'i Eisteddfod. WOUNDED.—News has been received inat Lieut. Frank Ll. Griffith R.F.A., son of Mr and Airs John G; ilfith, J P., Bryn, has been wounded and is now in hospital. Before enlist- ing Mr Griffith was studying for a medical de- gree. TRIBUNAL APPEAL-S. —The Carnarvonshire Appeal Tribunal, sitting at Bangor last Friday, heard an apoeal by Air Thomas Jones, plate mer- chant, for the exemption of Wm. Piero3 (38), his manager and general clerk, Estate Yard House, Portdinorwic.—Exemption was given until Octo- ber 31st.-The appeal of Robert W. Jonpti (18), Elc-n Cottage, Portdinorwic, was refused.
TY'NYGONGL. I WOUNDED IN ACTION. Private J. C. Parry, Shop Tabernacle, the well known local vocalist, has been wounded during the recent fighting in France. He is' making good progress towards' recovery, ANOTHER SUBAIARINE VICTIM. Mr William Evans, Sea View, Marian Glas, who was posted as one of the missing from the crew of his ship, is now reported to have been drowned when the vessel was torpedoed. He leaves a wmfo and large family, with whom gireat sym- patlty is felt, as weli as with hie parents, who reside at Pwllheli. THE YOLUNTEERS.-The inspection, which was to have been held on Wednesday evening at Alarian Glas by Colonel N ltgcnt, has been post- poned until after the oom harvest.
WM. ROWLANDS & Co. MToE. Lit Wholesale Wine & Spirit Merchants, BANGOR. WHOLESALE DEALERS IN BASS'S ALES AND GUINNESS'S STOUT IN CASKS AND IN BOTTLE. Established 1830.
I LIST OF SERVICES. SUNDAYS—Holy Communion, 8 a.m.; Mattins. 11.20 a.m.; Evensong, 4 p.m. WEEK DAYS-Holy Communion, 8 a.m.; Matt-ins, 8.30 a.m., and 11 a.m. on Holy Days; 5 p.m.. Evening Prayer. TUESDAY—12 noon, short Service of Intorces- sion for our soldiers and sailors lasting 15 minutes. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15th. Service. Anthem. Give peace in ouir time.— Callo,;)tt.. SUNDAY, SEPTEAIBER 16th. -(11.20) Garrett (F). Sing, 0 heavers.- Sullivan. Hymns: 527, 436, 595. Pieacher: The Dean. E —(4.0) Garrett (F). Try me, 0 God.—Ro- bort. Hymns: 522, 302, 278. Preacher. Archdeacon Lloyd Jones THURSDAY, SEPTEAIBER 20th. E.-(5.0) Arnold. 0 Love the Lord.—Sulli- van. FRIDAY, SEPTEAIBER 21st. M.-(8.0) Morning Prayer. (9.3U). Ordination Service (St. Alatthew). E.—(5.0) Hopkins. 0 Love the Lord.— Mann. Orga-iist and Choirmaster: Roland Rogers, Mus.D. (Oxon). Minor Canons: Rev. J. Ea8twood and Rev. M. A. Hughes. Dean Tie Very Rev. Griffith Roberts.
I CATHEDRAL (WELSH*, I 15th Sunday after Trinity, September 16th. 9.30 a,.m.—Alatitins and Sermon. 2 p.m.—Sunday School; Leeson 40. 6 p.m.—Evansong und Sermon. Wednesday.—7 p.m. Evensong and Sermon. Friday.—10 a.m. Intercessory Service.
I ST. JAMES' (tNOLlSH). I 8 a.m.—Holy Communion. 11 a.m.—Alatt-ns and Sermon. 40. 6.30 p.m.—Evensong ami Sermon. Wednesday.—12: Litany and Spe-cial Prayers. Thursday.—7 a.m. Holy Communion. Friday (Festival of St. Matthew).—Holy Com- munion, 7 and 12; Evensong and Ser- mon, Organist: C. E. de M. LEATHES, M.A., Mus. Bac. F.R.C.O. Officiating Clergy: J. D. JONES, M.A. Senior Vicar; H. J. Williams, B.A., Curate.
I ST. MAnVS CHURCH. I I 15th Sunday after Trinity :— I 8 a.m. Holy Communion. 10 a.m.: Abating and Sermon ,W d"h) Preaoher, the Vioar. Hymns, 405 and- 327. 11.30 a.m. Iating and Sermon (English). Frca'.hev, Rrv. Rec. Jones, B.A Anthem, "O Lord, how manifold" (Barnby). Hymns, 353 and 615. 5.30 p.m. Evensong and Sermon (Welsh). Preacher, Rev. Reos Jotltpi. B.A. Hymns, 312, 278, 207, and 280. 7 p.m. Evensong and Sermon (English). Prcacher, the Vicar. Anthem, "Seek ye The Lord" (Varley Ro- bots). Hymn-3: 354, 420, and 437. Rev. J. C. MORRICE, M.A. Vicar. Rev. REES JONES, B.A., Curate.
LOCAL MEAT PRICES. I BANGOR. I The butchers of Bangor have agreed to charge I the following prices :— BEEF. Sirloin, and ribs, Is 6d per lb. Wimig ribs steak, Is 6d per lb. Rumps, Is 5d per lb. Silver side, Is 6d per lb. Best steak, Is 3d per lb. Best stewing steak, Is 6d per th. Shin steak tor stewing, Is 4d per lb. Whole shin, 8d per lb. H;-i:kclw, Is 2d to 15 4d. MUTTON AND LAAIB. Legs and loin, Is 6d per ib. Shoulders, Is 6d per lb. Whole neck, Is 4d per lb. Breast, Is 4d yer lb. Lamb chops, Is 8d per lb. Scrag eind neck, Is 4d per lb. Best end neck, Is 8d per lb.
MENAI BRIDGE. I At Alenti Bridge the following prices prevail:— I BEEF. Sirloins, ribs, and eteakpieces, Is 5d per lb. Steak, Is £ d to Is lOd pen- lb. Briskets, Is 2d to Is 4d per lb. Blade, Is 4d per lb. Whole shins, 8d a lb. MUTTON. Leigs, loins, and s houlders, Is 5d. per lb. Necks, Is 2d per lb. Best end neck, Is 6d per lb. Breast and scrag end neck, Is per lb. Ohop; Is 8d per lb. LAAIB. Logs, loin?, and shoulders, Is 6d per lb. Whole neek, Is 4d per lb. Best end meek, Is 8d per ib. Breasts, Is 4d per lb. Scrag ei>d necks, Is 2d per. Lamb chops, Is lOd per lb I
ANGLESEY APPEAL TRIBUNAL. A sitting was held yesterday, when there were present: Mee.-jrs J. R. Davies (cliairma-n), Thomas Williams, Hugh Thomas, Thomas Aluir, with tho Military Rep.eesenita.tive (Lieut. Cra-doc Davies), and the Clerk (Mr Walter O. Jones). The follow- ing were the decisions :— Thomas Charlcd Simpson (23), shopkeeper and temporary postman, 2, Peter-street, Lia-zig,-fni.- Adjourned for re-examination. Ernest Garbutt (31), fruit and potato merchant), 10, Williams-street, Holyhead.—Conditional ex- emption. William John Jones (23), draper's manager and beck-keeper, Alenai House, Holyhead.—Tempor- ary exemption to 30th November, 1917, and, to join the Volunteers. William Rowlands (18), cowman and farmhand, Bwleh, Llanfechell. Temporary exemption to 20th November, and to join Volunteers. Charles Lynes (18), farm la bourer, Mynachdy, Llanfairynghornwy.—Exemption refused; not to be called up before 30th September. Richard Jones (37), undorrnan "on Permanent Way, L. and N.W. Railway, Railway Cottage, Llanddaniel. Tempo: ary exemption to 20tdi November; War Agricultural Committee to have dil.3posal of his services. David Evans (28), master butcher, Talybraioh, Newborough. Temporary exemption to 30th November, and to. join the Volunteers.
lIIR LLOYD GEORGE'S FAVOURITE I HYMN. WINNER OF. TRANSLATION PRIZE. I The winner of the prize for the translation cf Mr Lloyd George's favourite hymn; which is referred to on page 5, is Air T. J. Thomas, of Aberfan, Alerthyr, an assistant master and teacher of chemistry at Cyfarthfa Castle Muni- cipal Secondary School
J. FLETCHER, Ltd., Pendref Monumental Works, Bangor. Largest Stock. Best Worknianship. Lowest priccA INSPECTION* INVITED. Also at Victoria Dock, Carnarvon. i
——————————— if Births, fiDarriaaes an& ]Dcatbo 1 Announcements of Births, Marriages, Deaths, In Memoriam Notices (which must ba authen- ticated and prepaid) are charged at the rate of 2.¡¡ 6d for not more than FOUR LINES, and 6d lor each additional line. "Fotrhcoming Marriagte" announcements 5s per insertion. Lists of Wedding Presents and If llneral Wreath, 2u Od per inch. Acknowledgments ;n Obituary Column 38 Per paragraph BIUT HS. WYNNE EDWARDS — Or. the 3th Sept,-mi)erd WYNNE EDWAR&S—Or the 3th September ? at Brynmair. R itiun, the wiu. of Captain J. 0« J Wynne-Ed wards, Royal Welsh Fusiliers, of II daughter. MARRIAGES. BRADLEY—HUBBARD.—By licence, on the 11th inst, at St. Thomas' Chuich, Rhyl, by the t Rev, J. Low is Edwards, B.A., Sapper Arthur !\1. Bradley, R.E., second son of Mr and Mr' Bradley, St. Geor.ge, Abergele, to Mary Agnei 1 r (Alay), elder daughter of Air and Mrs F. J. M Hubbard, Holm wood, Wellington-road Rhyi BUCHANAN—BELLIS.- Sept. 8, at Rake-lanS Congregational Cnurcii, Lificard, by the Rev. G* A. Humson, assisted by the Rev. J. Whitcheadf Frank, second son of Mr and Mrs- George Buchanan, of "ClarE inch," Liscaid, and "Bryns- hoiyn," Khydyinwyn, to Edith Annie, second .i ciaugater ot Councillor and Airs. Walter J. Bellis. 1 f ot ••Jimgstou, New Brighton. ■ 1 JONES— ASTLEY ROBERTS.—On September liti, at tet. baviciur s Church, Eastbourne, bythg-- Vicar (the Rev. H. Urling Whelpton), assisted 5 by the Rev. C. W. Horsburgh, Squadron Com- mander Robert Hilton Jones, R.N., only son ol Mr and Mrs Robert Jones, formerly of Bar- 1 mouth, to Eileen Ruby iVstley, only daughtel of Colonel Astley Roberts, R.F.A., and Alff Astley Roberts, ot Badlesmere, Eastbourne. KEnFOOT—PAUL.—On the 30th August, at S& James' Church, Taunton, Somerset, Ralph Broad' rick, youngest son of Mr and Mrs William Kei-ft-ot, o l'y Arian, Rhuddlan, to Esther Flo- rence Anne, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs 1..(. E. Paul, of Taunton. MARSAN—PKiLLJPS.—September 4th, by spe- j e-,iil licence, at Holy Trinity Church, Llandudno,: ? by the Rev. Llew. R. Hughes, C.F., Driver Frank Winder Alarsan, Al.T., A.S.C., only son of the j lata Air and Mrs John Alarsan, Rhos Alews, to } Florence Lilian, third daughter of Mr and Air3 A. Phillips, Aionton, Alanchester. RUE3 £ LL—KIILLiCK — On the 5th inst., at Sk Paul g Cnurch, W ithnell by the Rev. W. Russell (undo of the bridegroom), assisted by the Ref- E J. Williams, of lihos-on-Sea, and the Rev. O- O. Redman, vicar of the parish Bernard Parvish Russeil, R.F.C., fourth son of the late Canoll ■hi'.ssell, of 1 odmorden, and Mrs. Russell, ol Norinanhui'st, Colwyn Bay, to Harriet Evelyc third daughter of W. Henry Killick, of Withnell House, near Chorley. DEATHS. ELLiS.—September 6, at 10, Alenai VIOVM Terrace, Bangor, aged 69 years, Jane ElhSJI widow of the late Captain J. R. Ellis. JOHNSON —-September 8th, at BrynyblS, Llandudno, aged bi years, Edward William Jo' son. JONES.—Kdled in France, John Gwilym, eeO* end son of AH- John Jonc-s. engine driver, 41,; I CaeHepa, Bangor, in his 21st year. JONES.—-Juiy 31st, 1917, killed in action, aged 27, Ridemun T, Jones, ihe dearly beloved so" of Owen and Ellen Jones, Alenai Bridge, 154 Llandegfan. What would I give to see your faco 'And touch your loving hand; When dayb are dark and friends are fewt Dear son, Oh! how I long for you. < NUGENT—September 11th, at the Welsli Memorial Hospital, Llangemi, after a long ill" ness, Aiargaret Nugent, tormerly Queen's INursR at lieihesda and lieaumaris, in her 44th year. PARRY.—September 9th, at Llandrindod Wells* aged 80 years, Sarah Ami, widow of the Rev. Erasmus Parry, Oriocieth, niece of the late David Taylor, of Liverpool. SIMPSON. .-cpfen'ber 5th, at Roberts'' tc-rrace. Garfch, liangor, after a Lrief illness, to- her 34th year. Elizabeth, the beloved wifo of I' Driver H. Simpson, A.S.C. (ALT.), now ()11 active service. The interment took place aI. Uianadlh Cemetery on Aloneiay, Sept. loth. WiLLIAMS.—Arthur Trevor Williams, Second, i LieuS R.W.F., attached to the R.F.C., kilieu in action, aged 21 years, the beloved only son cJ Henry E. Williams, estate agent, and Al. Aj Williams, of 94, Anfield-i oad, Liverpool, unJ Olinda, Beaumaris. ACKNOWLEDGMENT^. ELLIS.-Th.e family of the late Mrs Ellil, Alenai V iew-tei race, Bungor, desire to thank those kind friends who sent wreaths and messages of condolence in their end bereavement. PRJTCHARD.—Aliss Pritchard, 11, Friurs-road, ■ Bangor, wishes to express her gratitude to the numerous friends who sent kind li'.tseages to hef on the death in action of her brother, Lieut- Pritchard, Royal Welsh Fusiliers. IN MEMORIAM. i JONES.—In loving memory of RiflemaB Thomas Jones, K.L.R., who fell in action, Juiy 31st, 1917, the dearly-beloved husband of Janid Jones, 1, New-street, Menai Bridge. Only a wife who has lost one is able to tell the long' ing for her husband she loved so well.-Rid loving wife, Janie. MORRIS.-In loving memory of my dear hua* band, Thomas Alorris (Eos Idwal), Bethesda, who died September 8th. 1914. There is a link death cannot sever, For fond remembrance lasts for ever. -Always remembered by his wife and children: PARRY.—In loving memory of my dear son, Sergeant H. L. Parry, 11th Border Regiment, who fell in action in France, September 16th, 1916, and was buried in Cambria churchyard. Ever-fondly remembered by his widowed mother, brothers and sisters, and fiancee at C. lisle. « His King and country called him, X The oall was not in -ain; < On Britain's Roll of Honour i You'll find this hero's name. ■■
H ^'gf fdreM details is ft hrajswelrnniA W>H.»A>. W ? ReUef nf dreM det?ih it t!w&ys weJcome. Wf??nt?N m H S g) ments. CosTUMNs; UnEsaES, BLoueaa, Mm.;NB? B ready to wear, fl\8híonaùle, refined, :md riMht!n price: WAR.TSKI'S. BANCd?R 0 AMLWCH. SNOWDON FLAKE FLOUR in Co.on Rags Preaent prices: 3slbs. Bags, li; 71bs. Bags, 2si 351bs. Bags, 9s 6d. LLANGEFNI. SNOWDON fcliAKE FLOUR in Cotton Bu-ga 1 Present prices: 3ilbs. Bags, la; 71bs. Bags, 2sJ 351 bs. Bags, 9a 6d. Printed and Published for the North WaleI i ? r i nte Chronicle Company, Limited, by J. 6- Chi-onicle at the- "North Wales Chronicle'? Office, CaKton House, High-street, Bangor, ani at the "Chronicls" Office, High-street, Port* madoc, both in tin County of Carnarvon, and at the Ciorianydd" Office, Bridge* Itreet, Llangefni on the County of Anglese/k f September 14, 1917.