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Sp anb otun the Coaet [Selected]. THE FA EM. The blackbird's song, the farm gate's click-a-clack; The smaiil birds' twitter in the eaves and thatch; The swift wind swishes through the wavy grass, Ducks gobble, cocks crow, far away dogs bar k Children's voices and sounds of joTting carts, The tinkle, tinkle of the sprawling stream, Rattle of horse chains, the moo and low of cows, Clang of milking cans, the bleatings of sheep, The housewife's shrill call and the maid's reply, And the tick, tick, tick of the brass-faced clock; Over all sunshine and the floating clouds. Then nightfall and the work of day is done. PULSING LIFE. Once more the hedgerows in the lanes are green, Once more the winter's harshness turns to mellow. New-mated birds their ruffled feathers preen, And fields late ashen grey are tinted yellow. Behind the sod and husk and fur and feather Is pulsing life responding to spring weather. OBSERVATIONS. Men despairingly pray to God to give them blessings which are placed within easy reach of them. Men make wars and then foolishly pray to be saved from the disastrous conse- quences of their own acts. It is absurd to spend one half of life in struggling for riches or power and the other half in wondering why you are not possessed of happiness which has nothing to do with either. The ostentatious display of the rich is an attempt to purchase from the poor something which the possession of wealth does not confer. It may require greater power to control an appetite or a passion than to rule a kingdom. A wise man would not exchange his obscurity and seclusion for all the glitter and parade of kings and princes. The sea. and the sky and the hills and the woods have said mora to me than all the books I have ever read. There is much that I think I need, but i,ery little that I think is worth what it would cost to get. The best thing for a fool is his forly. To force wisdom upon him would only make him miserable. The marvel of folly is that it cures itself in the long run. The Coast J.G.
ABERYSTWYTH. MILITARY.—Mr. Alfred Moyes, the English poet (whose parents formerly lived at Aberystwyth, sal.ed from ISew York on Monday to take up military duties. at Aberystwyth, saled from New York on Monday to take up military duties. MARKETS—Market prices at Aberyst- wyth this week were the same as last week —Eggs, ten for a shilling; butter, Is 4d to Is 6d per lb; oats, 5s 6d per bushel, and wheat, 8s. BANKI-NG.-Miss Cassia Jenkins, the Home F&rm, Nanteos, left last week for Milford Haven, where she has been appointed clerk in the London and Pro- vincial Bank. MOTOR TRAFFIC.-An inspector of the Local Government Board will hold an inquiry at the Town Hall on June 16th respecting the application of Cardigan- shire County Council for an order to limit the speed of motor cars. DAVIES LECTURER.-At the general assembly of the Calvinistic Methodist Church of Wales, held at Colwyn Bav last week, Professor David Williams. Aberyst- wyth, was nominated to deliver the Davies Lecture in 1918. OXFORD DEOREE. Among the names of those on whom degrees were con- ferred on Saturday, at Oxford, appears th-at of Mr. Marriott Parry, of Llidiarde. He, » at present training with an officer cadet battalion. • SVRClTCAJ[j. REQUISITES. -The Sur- e vTe
PENRHYNDEUDRAETH. TRIBUNAL.—Deudraeth Tribunal met' on Friday and dealt with seventy claims, mostly by agriculturists. There were only two or three refusals. Temporary exemp- tion was granted in most cases, and con- ditional exemption in the case of a few tenant farmers. The Tribunal followed the recommendation of the County Advisory Committee in the majority of claims, The Military Representative (Mr Pierce Jones) gave notice orappeal in two or threq cases.
CORWEN. FUNERAL.—Interment of the remains of Mr. H. W. Anwyl, School House, took place on Thursday. The staff and scholars of the Council Schools were represented by Mr. Ebenezer Morris, Liverpool-terrace. 8!'he service was con- ducted at the Congregational Church, where Mr. Anwyl was a deacon. The officiating ministers were the Revs. Owen Hughes. H. C. Williams, T. Williams, A. Lloyd Hughes, and Lewis Davies. FIRE. On Thursday morning a fire broke out on the premises of Mr. B. Roberts, Mona House. A quantity of flock used for padding purposes took fire on the second floor. The fire was soon extinguished. ON^ LEAVE.—Lieut. Edward Roberts, Lieut. Howard Williams, Lance Corporal Tom Edwards, Privates T. Hughes, W. Barshall, George Roberts, G. Humphreys, W. 0. Robertfe, W. Marchant, W. A. Dunn, W. J, Kington. were home during the week.
GALA. t ON LEAVE.—The following art- lioineon lefve :—Captain Frank Roberts, R.A.M.C.. who has for some months been on active service: Lieut. J. Haydn Lloyd, Sergeant J. E. Jones, Privates G. Richards. D. Roberts, Alun Pritchard, Griff Ellis. Hum- phrey Morris, and Thomas Owen Richards. TRIBUNAL.—The Tribunal of the rural division was held on Saturday. Exemp- tions were given in almost ail caQe, FRONG OCH.—German prisoners who j; were at Frongoch Camp have all been re- moved to the South of England. A few soldiers are left to guard the buildings. I
DOLGELLEY. MILITARY.—Private W. M. Williams, son of Mr. W. R. Williams, Gladstone House has been transferred from 21st Battalion R.W.F. to the Chemical Corps. He was previously a teacher. REHEARSAL.—Mr. R. O. Jones, Towyn, conductor of the Estimaner Rural Deanery Sunday schools festival, held a re- hearsal at the Parish Church on Tuesday and expressed much satisfaction with the singing. Mr Evan Jones, Arran-road. is the conductor. IN MEMORIAM.—References were made on Sundaj- morning and evening at the Parish Church to the deaths of Lent. R. H. Griffith, R.A.M.O., and Mr. Owen Jones, ex-sexton. Special hymns were sung and the Dead March played. The bells were semi-muffled. NURSING HONOUR.-The Royal Red Cross medal has been awarded to Miss Kathleen C. Jones, youngest daughter of the late Mr. Morris Jones, Plasucha for services with the army. Nurse Jones was trained at Leicester Roval In- firmary. She joined the Territorial forces in 1909, at the outbreak of war received an appointment in a military hospital, and in July, 1915, took charge of one of the nurs- ing ships in the Mediterranean. MARRIAGE.-The marriage was sol- emnised at St. Mary's Church, Chard, be- tween Mr. Owen Owen, West African Trading Company, eldest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Owen Eldon-row, and Miss Hilda Small, Chard. The bride was attended by Miss Ena Small, the best man being Private H. Ynyr Owen, R.E., the bridegroom's brother,
| BARMOUTH. DEATH.—On Friday morning, Mr Wm. Griffith, son of Mr. Griffith Griffiths, Hen- bias, died at the age of thirty-four. He had been in indifferent health for some time. The funeral took place on Tuesday when the Rev. R. Ward, B.A., officiated. BOWLING.—The bowling green is well patronized and two teams have been formed, captained by Messrs Francis Jones and Robert Griffith. PROPERTY.-At Shrewsbury, on Wed- nesday, the Brynmynacn, owned by the late Mr. J. A. Dorsett, was put up for sale but after a bid-a little over £ 4,000—was withdrawn. NEW RATE.-The Urban Council on Tuesday made a new rate. The Assistant Clerk presented an estimate providing for Ile a general district rate of 5s. in the pound, a reduction of 9d. in the pound. The Coun- cil decided to levy a rate of 4S 9d. in the pound, thus giving a reduction of Is., with a water rate of 3d. j SINGING.-Mr Rees Jones, Moss Bank. was last week the conductor of a choral festival in Montgomeryshire. W OUNDED.—Private Harry Powell Llanaber, who has been wounded in .r ranee, has arrived home on short fur- lough. CONGREGATIONALISM.—Mr. D. O. Hughes has been appointed superintendent of feiloam Chapel for the ensuing year, with I Mr. Gvvilym Jones, secretary MOTHERS' UNION.-On Wednesday, Barmouth. Bontddu, and Dyffrvn branches were invited to Caerdeon," through the 1 kindness of Mrs. Holland. Tea was pro- vided and an address delivered by the Rev. Edmund O. Jones, Llanidloes. 7^, ORGAN.—The orpin at Park- road Chapel, towards which Mr. Carnegie gave a contribution has been opened. 2
ABERDOVEY. ) FISHING.—Bass fishing is very good at present, eighty pounds having been caught in one net on Monday mgnt. DEATH.—The death occurred on Tues- day morning of Mrs Bound, wife of Mrs. Flora Annie Steel's gardener. Mrs Bound I has been an invalid for some years, but her death was unexpected. LITERARY INSTITLTTE.-The monthly ¡ committee met on Thursday even- ing, Mr. Thomas Lewis presiding. A vote j of thanks was accorded Mr Bromley Jukes, B.Se. for his gift of over sixty books to the Institute. HOME ON FURLOUGH.—Several Aber- dovey soldiers are at home on furlough, including Sergt. Thomas Wynne Thomas, R.AM.C., Medical Hall, and Private lVm. Rees, M.G.C., Aberdovey Hall Flats. I Motor Driver Henry Dunsdon, A.S.O. and Trooper Rowland Davies, Royal j Welsh Hoi se. have also visited Aberdovey for a few days. II SHOOTING COMPETITION. -On Satur- day a shooting competition in connection with the V.T.C. was held. The first prize i
I LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. PORXMADOC MUTUAL SHIP INSUR- ANCE SOCIETY. ]VWI0E IS HEREBY GIVEN that a special meeting of the above Society will be held at the Office, 15 Cornhill, Portmadoc, on Wednesday, 14th June, 1916, at two o'clock in the after- noon for the purpose of taking into con- sideration the present position of the Society in view of the numerous with- drawals of ships lately, and to pass a resolution thereon. By Order, GRIFFITH IIRICHARD, Secretary. Portmadoc, 1st June, 1916. GOMERIAN F. ala O. SHIP INSURANCE SOCIETY. jyOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a special and general meeting of the above Society will be held at the Office, 15, Cornhill, Portmadoc, on Wednesday, 14th June, 1916, at 2.30 o'clock in the after- noon for the purpose of taking into con- sideration the present position of the Society in view of the numerous with- drawals of ships lately, and to pass a resohition thereon. By Order, GRIFFITH ^RICHARD, Secretary. Portmadoc, 1st June, 1916. —— Barmouth and District. WALTER LLOYD JONES AUCTIONEER and VALUER, C ALES of Property, Furniture, and Farm Stock conducted on Moderate Terms and Promptly Cashed. For terms, etc., apply the Auctioneer, King Edward Street, or Mr John Roberts, Ripon House. I SPECIAL DISPLAY ——— OF ——— TAILOR-MADE I SHANTUNG COSTUMES, VOILE & SILK GOWNS, —— AND —— T SMART MILLINERY —— FOR —— WHITSUNTIDE. Thomas Ellis & Co. Terrace Road, Aberystwyth. PHONE. 61.
'——— Forthcoming Events. Notices of forthcoming entertainments, meetings, and events will be inserted in this column at a charge of Is. for the first line, 6d. for the second, and 3d. for each succeeding line. The attention of secretaries is specially called to this feature. All functions ,advertised in the "Cambrian News" will be announced in this column free of charge. Fete, Fancy Fair, Sports, etc., at Tregaron, June 12th Domestic and Military Drama at the Coliseum, Aberystwyth, June 12th, 13th, and 14th. Local Government Board Inquiry, Town Hall, Aberystwyth, June 16th. Annual meeting of Merioneth Friendly Societies, Dolgelley, June 17th. University College of Wales Summer School at the College, July 31st to August 19th. National Eisteddfod of Wales, Aberyst- wyth, August 16th, 17th, and 18th. Ponterwyd Horticultural Show, Septem- ber 2nd.
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