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Pi F jsUGMR c B Let Robin Starch B P save you money f linen especially when it is easy to get /beautiful g^af S ROBIN/ is a powder starch-different from r- all other starches mixes easily and does its work so fully that satisfaction is sure. j "N gloss is thére already. T Yy S t a re h MM—w■—wo»—■—tt————mail w—wi1wrrnKMna—a———■a— BARKER'S BIG BARGAINS. Strong Cheap Field Gates. The Lincolnshir e I-. OVER 200 4XX5it" I SOLD 70/- WEEKLY. 1. 208. 6 x 4. x 6ft. 0 Crriage Paid. hlh, 0 8ft long. 9ft long. 10ft long. 10 j- Creosoting. Creo»oting, Is 3d extra Planed for Paintin", s 6d extra, I tt x lift x ift high, 10ft x 5ft x 7ft high Hanging Irons, 8s 6d per set. 155/- 225/- Strong Sheep Hurdles. Tk „ °"age(!f; ° -t These bouses are made of the best Jin. tongi'ed, grooved, V-jointed Mai.chha»rd on strong frame- 8ft long 6a. 6d. « work, and mounted on/our heavy 12in, wheels, OreoaotingOJextra^l; I The Fancier House. 20'0'RH'E'R™=^F OUB PRICE, LIJFFIRAFFLLK IV The Reliable 'J.4/- PM tli Coop. I 4 x 3 x 3ft high, j 48 6d. each. Carriage Paid. 53s. per dozeli. JBBhB I 6d extra BEST and CHEAPEST house on the mar- ^^SHB I 8 H, Shutters'or ^et, Tbey can on'y made at the above low ■ £ 91 i Ik \Tr.vnWlu price because of the enorihous quantity we sell. 9, Movable loors, They are made in 9ectio^ of the B^t Rad Deil lid each extra. Matchboards in factions to s:rew together, and are <5TT?r wr wrRi? top »rrv complete with two up and down shutters sliding Af r «fiT a over l'D> i168!1 wire netting, trap door for fowl'g Jft long, 4s 4ft os btt os, entrance, perches, and lock up attendant's door. Stronsr Sitting Boxes. Long Wide High Floors Nest Box ° ° 4ft x 3ft x 3ft 24s 68 58 61 1 division 4s. -r 6ft x 4ft x 4ft 37s 6d I2s 5s 6d a ii ""m if iTfff' 6ft x 4ft x 5ft 55s 12« 8a 3d divisions 8s. 1tlT!T^"TT^^rIf [JjjjiJijL 10ft x 5ft x 5ft 100s 25B lis 3 divisions lis.6d. ju;' 1[JAll Cairiage Paid to any Station, 5 divisions I6s.6d. Creosoting. 2s extra, PORTABLE SHEDS from 35s 6d. All 20s. Orders Carriage Paid. MOTOR CAR HOUSES from 42s. f. W. BARKER & Co" Ltd., Carton, Nottingham. c997' MJSMBEK Ut /^SSfcK W ATKINS, PLUMBER AND DECORATOR, "» Custom House Street. Workshop—Sea View Place, STORES FOR MANTLES, GLOBES, SHADES, Etc., of all ktods and at all prices. Also BLECTRIO LAMPS.
Aberystwyth Rural Council
Aberystwyth Rural Council. IMPROVEMENT IN HOUSES. The monthly meeting of Aberystwyth Rural (Jouneu was held on Monday, Mr. K. L. Thomas, Tirmynach, chairman, pre. siding. There were also present Messrs. David Lewis, Llanrhystyd, vice-chairman- John Roberts, Ucliaynure; J. L. Powell, Cwmrheidol; David James, Pe-nrhynooch; E. J. Evans, Cnwcybarcut; .vavid Jones, Llanbadurn Lower; David Janios Melin- dwr; D. Bonner, Lianaian; Wi-liam Thomas, Far eel Uanol- Enoch Jenkins, Ceulanamaesmawr; T. Oliver Jones, Thomas Jones, Llanfihangel Upper; Wm. Joaies, W. T Lewis, Cyloethybrenin; J. U. Stephens, Llancynfelin; and Hugh Hughes, clerk. The Sanitary Inspector (Mr. James Hughes) reported that many cottages were inspected. There was an improve- ment in the way cottages were kept. The number of untidy and filthy homes was reduced year after year. An epidemic of measles in a mild torm had been preval- ent and scores of children were effected. The disease had been arrested and no fresh cases were notified during the past fortnight. Two cases of spotted fever were notified at Llanrhystyd and one child died suddenly. Ceulanamaesmawr Parish Council wrote drawing attention to the dangerous state of the path leading to Ponthendy foot- brideg, on the Oearigmawr side. The letter was referred back with the observa- tion that it was a matter for the Parish Council. Mr. W. T Lewis mentioned that the draft agreement with the Office of Woods for the foreshore at Borth was approved und a committee of local members, with Mr. de Boinville, was appointed to pre- pare draft byelaws. Mr. Lewis having also called attention to the level of the water in the reservoir, the Clerk said Mr de Boinvil:e had undertaken its super- vision.
Cambrian Resorts Association
Cambrian Resorts Association. SUPPORTED AT TOWYN AND ABERDOVEY. The monthly meeting of the Towyn and Abeirdovey Lrban Council was Ileid at Towyn on Friday aiternoon, Mr W. Jones Hughes, Aberdovey, chairman, presiding, There were also present Messrs John Ii.oyd, Towyn, vice-chairman; John Evans, Dolaugwyn; John Rees, Ynys; David Jones. Daniel Edwards, Richard Jones, Towyn: H. J. Evans, Escuan; Dd. Davies, Tafolgraig; E. L. Rowlands, R Ffestin Williams, Aberdovey; and Richard Barnett, clerk. Aberdovey Committee reported having decided to join the Cambrian Resorts Association and appointed Mr Ffestin Williams as representative. Towyn Com mittee had decided to take one share in the Association and to inquire as to the provision of guide books. Mr. W. C. Kettle wrote calling atten- tion to the dangerous corner at Brvntirion, and the letter was referred to the County School Governors. It was agreed to deny liability for the claim made on beha)f of Mrs Davies, Glan. tvwodwyn, for alleged damage caused by the removal of agate. and fence. The Clerk reported that the Cambrian K-amvays Company would proceed with the erection of a station at Gogarth as soon as the locd. contributions had been paid. It was agreed to ask Mr Edward Rowland Pennal, to collect the subscriptions as soon as possible. Arrangements were made for holding a Hag day on August 12th to provide a local bed m the" dsh Hospital. It was agreed to give the roadmen a 2^_bonus of 2s. a week.
CHEESE. ELLESMERE, Friday.—The pitch was a»,out
Russian troops in France have received their baptism of fire on the Western front. They recently attacked the enemy's trenches and brought back a number of German prisoners, who seemed dazed at finding themselves in the hands o-P the Tsar's soldiers in France.
Aberystwyth Tribunals. BOROUCH. The Mayor (Alderman John Evans) pre- sided over a sitting of Aberystwyth bolough Tribunal at the Town Hall on Friday morning. There were ten applica_ tions for hearing, making a total up to date of 224. Seven of the applications were heard privately. The military representative was Mr. T. H. Edwards, and Mr. John Evans was clerk. T'hree rt:)f the applicants were students fGwilym Lemuel Jbntej ,Edjward-);tji'eet, Morgantown, Merthyr Tydfil, asked for further extension to oomplete his econ- omics course to prepare for national work in the civiii service. Though unattested, he was willing to join after completing his course. He was exempted until Decem- ber 14th. William Edwin Lewis, Fairlea, Loveden-roftd, pleaded that he would do greater service to the State by continuing his studies as he had passed for home ser- vice only. He was conditionally ex- empted. William Henry Waters, Glad- stone-stireet, Abertillery, who asked for further extension on the ground that he intended sitting for the London matricu. '.ation in September, was exempted until September 30th. John Edward Jones, 40, Great Daik- gate-stieet, for whom Mr Emrys Williams appeared; James Richard iJiears, 10, Terrace-road, for whom Mr. Daniel Jones appeared; IX R. Jones Mynach House, Cambrian-place, for wnom Mr. T. J. Samuel appeared C. R. Wilkinson, 8, North-parade, for whom Mr. W. P. Owen appeared, were conditionally exempted. Evan Thomas Jones, foreman in Mr. Hartley's employ, was refused. Stephen Evans, Lipton's manager, was exempted" until September 14th. J. Fisher Davies, cabinet maker, was exempted until October 14th. RURAL. Mr. David Edwards, Doffor, presided over a sitting of the Rural Tribunal. There were 146 applications for hearing, mostly for review, making the total number of 579. The following were adjourned:—Richard Evans, Shop, Salem, Penrhyncoch; David Davies, Ffynonhywel, Llanrhystyd; John Ernest Griffiths, Lluestgoch, Ponterwyd; W. M. Davies, Brynamlwg, Ponterwyd; D A.-Morgan, Ystumtuen; W. Daniel, Ty- gwyn, Ponterwyd; t £ 0. Richards, Tan- gra%faoh, P okiter wyci; Daniel Dlaniel, Cefnfuchea, Goginan; Emrys Jones, Bron. castell, Ponterwyd; A. Jones, Troedyrhen- \n- R.inVi n rd n. Blaen- brwvno, Goginan; Thomas Morgan, Bryn garw, Ystumtuen; A Richards Jenkins, Tygof, Ponterwyd; John Tre- vethan MitcheU, Penybont, Ponterwyd; LI igriffiths, Pantyfflynon, Ponterwyd; Morgan Evans, Minffordd, Tayh()nt Stanley Gladwin, Mill House, Abermaide; J. Maethlonj James, Gaxibaldk House, Bortli; E. H. Griffiths, Dyffryn Castell; Thomas Arthur Jenkins, Ffosddu, Pont- erwyd; T. W. Howells, Llwynhelig, Pont- erwyd; Daniel Jones Glanrafon, Dan- badarn; Arthur Davies, Gwar Rhos, Devil's Bridge. Most of the cases adjourned were lead miners. The following were granted conditional exemr)tion: -Edward Williams, Frondeg, Penrfiynooch; Thomas Jones, Perthi, Llanrhystyd; Thomas Davies, Grip Fawr, Llangwyryfon; E. J. Davies, Bryngriffty, Talybont; Hugh Jones, Werndeg, Taly- bont; J. P. Benjamin. Frongocn, Borth; W. Evans, Nantcollenfawr, Clarach; J. P. Lewis, Brynmynach, Devil's Bridge: D. R Harries, Mabwshen, Llanrhystyd: D. O. Evans, Gefnmabws, Llanrhystyd; W. Pugh, Manchester House, Taliesin; David Morris, Rhosyrhiir, Pontryhydygroes; W. D.' Jones, ^regyna Isaf Llanrhystyd; E. H. Davies, Vacwm, Llangwyryfon; 1). Davies, Bryiiyrolchfa. Llanrhystyd; D. J. Lewis, Gellidywell, Devil's Bridge; W. Ja
Order of Oddfellows
Order of Oddfellows. MEETING AT BARMOUTH. The half-yearly meeting of the Gvvalia District of Oddfellows was held at Baa- mouth on Saturday. The local arrange- ments were satisfactorily carried out by the Mawddach Lodge, under the super- vision of the Secretary (Bro W. E. Jones, Glyndwr). Prov. Grand Master John Howells, Brynglas, Ponterwyd, presided, and was supported on the right by I.P. Prov. G.M. Hugh Hughes, Aberystwyth, and on the left by P. Prov. G.M. David James, Penrhyncoch. The vice-chair was occupied by Prov. Deputy Grand Master Edward Williams (Llew Meirion), Dol- gelley, who was supported on the right by P.G. Thomas Hughe-s, Dolgd ley, and on the left by P.G. Lewis Jones, Dinas Maw- ddwy. The credentials of delegates having been examined and certified as correct, the Prov. Grand Master delivered an address in Welsh, at the conclusion of which he was loudly applauded. In his address he said it was the first half-yearly meeting of the united district. Having referred to the seriousness of the crisis arising from the European war, he pointed out that the object of a conference of the representatives of the several lodges was to promote love, brotherhood, and mutual benefit. The membership of the united Gwalia District now numbered 2,222, and its fl-nancial, resources amounted to £ 24,407. It was important for each mem- ber to realize that it was necessary for him to, be faithful to hife .respclnsibiifity and privilege as a member of the largest friendly society. The meeting proceeded to receive the reports of the District Management and of the district examiners on the books of th( several lodges. The luncheon was presided over I y Bro. Hugh Hughes, who gave the loyaL toasts, which were enthusiastically received, other toats being dispensed with. P Prov. G.M John Jones, Barmouth, welcomed the delegates on behalf of the Ma ddach Lodge. As he had no doubt they would be charmed with the scenery of the dis- trict, he hoped they would also convey their impressions back to their several lodges. The delegates resumed business, at the conclusion of which a vote of thanks was. voted to the Prov. Grand Master for pre- siding, and to the Mawddach Lodge fr the local arrangements. It was decided to hold the next meeting at Aberystwyth on Saturday, Januni-y 20th, 1917.
County Tribunal at Cardigan
County Tribunal at Cardigan. THE WAR AND HARVEST LABOURERS. Cardiganshire County Appeal Tribunal met at Cardigan on Thursdta^y of last week. Mr John Jones, Cwmere, pre- sided. Mr. J. H. Davies said he had received a letter from the Board of Agriculture asking him to bring before the Military Representative and the Tribunal a sug- gestion in regard to farmers and then- employees, not to call them before the Tribunal during the busy time of the bar vastji. Thei Board) usted postponing the agricultural cases until September. He had spoken to Major Williams, who agreed to the principle, but did not go the •j n wa^' was agreeable to the middle of August being made the date of adjournment. The Tribunal decided to hear the cases as the applicants were present that day. There were twenty -six appeals, eleven from Llandyssul rural, fourteen from CajrtV,gan rural, and an adjourned case from Cardigan borough. Samuel Jones, Pelican Inn, Newcastle Ermyn, overlooker and loom turner in a wool-en factory whose application had been refused, appealed through his cnL ployer, and in consequence of a letter from the Local Government Board suggesting that the cases of men engaged in woollen mi. Is should be adjourned the appeal was adjourned for a month. The military appeals in the following agricultural cases were dismissed :—Oliver JamS' C^d:S»n; John Osven James Pantgwyn Farm: James Lodwig Penbwlch, Verwick; vVillie Jeremiah lynewydd Llangoedmore; John Griffiths' I'SSi nK T?rin; J°hnn "X; llfrwd Lchaf, Aberporthl; Ben iamin IWs, Blaenplwvf. Vorwf „ "0, '-A'J:J f;e 117 i-hiw, Arthur' fV Llangoedinonti; Arthur George, Ontg, Verwig Oonditiona! exemptions granted to the following were confirmed :-Wm Daniel agricultural mechanic, Frongoch, Llanfi! maif Richards, p^oughl man, Ralltfawr, Henllan; Willie Jones ploughman, Blaencwmmerwvdd, Llan' dyssul- Samuel Thomas horsemin m owen Farm, Llandyssul; S 1j farm hand, Pa,t™a„r, Ffos^rasol S' fatiTiT8 drfiver' p™'1" Ff„„:1 en'farm serrant' "««• eJ™ fO1"' 1>avid Par,7 Brvn ■to. r ,fngran°K. was refused exemption°^D r^n.g,r-ante? temporary apprentice,' Llandyssul,'J?IT B b", ,TlK!"las Pl"«Ehman ygw.^n \ervvig. September 30th • Thomas KPSiJTrc°ni:m- Vor -ic/ Vov ember 10th- B. D. James, horseman Heof Verwig, September 50th
POET-PREACHER'S F.D. P°«t-Preacher, David Byron Lewis, a wen-known character in West Wa'es, has died at. Lampeter Workhouse at the age of seventy-three years. Bom in the parish or Elanddewi Rrefi in 1843, he commenced his career as- a weaver, but left the loom ror the pulpit and preached regularly for many years, first with the Baptists and then with the Oalvinistic Methodists. He was obliged to give up the pulpit and return to the loom, but of late he had been a fre- quent attendant at several workhouses in West W ales. He was a poet and published his poems in book form, which he sold personally. •
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