Teitl Casgliad: Barmouth and County Advertiser
Sefydliad: Llyfrgell Genedlaethol Cymru
Hawliau: Mae hawlfraint yr adnodd hwn yn eiddo i Hugh Griffith Roberts, Henddol, Abermaw
St= Davsd'a Day. THE PAVILION GRAND DRAMATICAL ..Ent1tainmnt WELL-KNOWN WELSH DRAMA 'Arthur Wyn'. Monday, March 2 Have Yon a Lever Press ? If not, why not ? Secure THE LEVER EMBOSSING PRESS that will last a life-time. 5/- Om ???-jNjjjjjj?? t 5/- ONLY Complete with uny address up to 24 letters.. ORDER ONE TO-DAY. Specimen can be seen at the Sole Agents, J. EVANS & NEPHEW, MERCANTILAND FANCY STATIONERS,. BARMOUTH. 11 boiiie troll.-I fiOIU for Visitors to Condon. Mrs. -CORDELIA EDWARDS-REES, MERRION959 51, Redcliffe Road, (Off Fuibam Road), South Kensington, London, S. W. Frequent Electric Trains and Tub both from Euston and Paddington to South Kensigton Station. Close to Oiympia. Bases from South KensiDgton Station to Redclifte Road. MOBLEY & C- ?2 ?? lot\\t ?T???? GRAND SELECTION OF NEW SEASON S GOODS JUST ARRIVED. I I JAFFA ORANGES.. I GRAPES, LEMONS, I DESERT APPLES, ? (BANANAS, I COOKING APPLES, WALNUTS, BRAZIL NUTS, MONKEY NUTS, NUTS, CHESTNUTS, COKERNUTS, I FIGS, I' DATES, ETC. ALL KINDS OF TINNED FRUITS. PICKLES, ETC. TRY- OUR MILITARY PICKLES. e- -==--=:=:=-=:==:======-='=====-====:======= THE FRUIT STORES, HIGH STREET BARMOUTH rrhe" ART" ¡ CrUKE lOUSE, PavilliOn, Paloinenade, BARMOUTH. Tonight (Thnpsday) Friday & Saturday. Magnincent Display of Pictures, including THE GREAT STAR PICTURE, IN SLAVERY DAYS. TWELTH JUROR. BUNNY DIPS INTO SOCIETY. THE DUEL. THROUGH AUSTRALIA'S ALPS IN MOTOR. F LIRTY AFFLICTION. W0!ms HEART. NEXT WEEK. TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY Grand !D!sp!ay of ictureSa NigMy 7.30 to 9.30. Matinees, Wed. & Sat. at 3.. Admission: 3d. & 6d. Don't Forget The Pavilion Siniard Saloon (Tvvo Tables) epeM Daily, from 10 a.m. to p.BTB. ASSEMBLY ROOffiS, BARMOUTH. Flying Visit! One Night On!y! Monday Next, N.apph 2. Booking OStce Mr. Pyemonb, St. Ann's Square. Admission :—8s., 2s., Is., & (limited) 6c. Doors open 7.30, commence at 8. Carriages at 10.45. Ea.dydoorsa.t7, 3d, extra to all parts. ENORMOUS ATTRACTION ENTIRELY NEW PRODUCTION! J'XM:MY WOOID That Celebrated London Comedian Presents his Third Gorgeous Annual Xmas Pantomime, ROBINSON
CORRESPONDENCE.. We do not hold ow'selves responsible for II thp opinions of OMf co)-i-espon dents. "OWEN GLYNDWR." At Y Goljtgydd. AnwylSyr,— Nos Lun wythnos i'r diweddaf syfr- danwyd y dref ben bwy gilydd gyda'r newydd alaetbus fed yspryd y dewr Giyndwr wedi ail ddycbweJyd "i dir ei hit.' gartref. Nid oedd y newydd beb ei ddisgwyi, gan fod son mat gwanycb- aidd iawn oedd wedi bod er pan yr ad- gyfodwyd ef ycbydig gyda daU Bs yn ol o'i oer Ion] weiy," lie yr oedd wedi bod yn gorwedd yn dawel a beddycbion, beb anoayddu ar neb na di.-n. Tybiodd rbai gan fed yr yspryd gwiadgaro! yn brysur farw a!Ian or tir mat nid anfuddiol fu- asai creu mwy o'r yspryd ag yr oedd Owen Glyndwr ar dan o tano yn ieuen- ctyd yr arda, ycaniyniad i byny oedd ei godi o fedd angbof," gan feddwi ei ail anfarwoli drwy, bern'ormiad" o'r ddrama odidog "Owen Giyndwr," ond felliawer i gastell a,raU adeitadwydyn yr 'i,wvr, pan awd i gynyg byw ynddo dymcbwel ddarfu a cbwalu ymaith ie! niwi y bore o flaen yr haul. Yn ol yr byn glywir nid oes liawer o "gwyn coil" ar ei oi, yn wir mae liawor wedi dymuno iddo 'dywydd teg ar ei ail daitb i dir angbof. Yn awr wedi ffaeJn o'r ymdrecb yna, gobeitbio y caiiT yn dawel orphwys mewn bun a bedd heb i neb o'r Aber- maw aflonyddu ar ei yspryd yn rbagor. Dynavdyw dymuniad un yn PERTHYNIDDO.
Forthcoming Events Free insertions under this column to all those who bring in their Priiiing on all Forth-coming Events. FEBRUARY. 27th — Unionist Meeting at the Assembly Rooms. 28tb—Eisteddfod at the Council School Dyffryn. MA.RCH. Sad—Grand Drama perfoimanco at Barmoutb 18tb—Park Road Cbapei annual Com- petitive Meeting. 25th—Caersaiem Chapel Sunday School Competitive Meeting. APRIL. 10th—Grand Entertainment by the Westeyans at the Pavilion on Good Friday 13th (Easter Monday) Competitive Meeting at the Council School Lianbedr JUNE 3rd, 4th & 5 Ib.—Grand Bazaar at the Council School, Dyffryn. AUGUST. 5th.—Flower, Fruit and Vegetable Show at the Council School, Lhvyngwril SEPTEMBER. Caersalem Sale of Work. BMM8MTH URBM DISTRICT COUNCfL THE above Council invite Tenders -a L for the Supplying, Laying and Steam ro!ling of Tar-macadam on the Porkington Road. Specification can ba seen at the Council Omces. Sealed Tenders endorsed Tar- macadam are to be delivered to the undersigned not later than the 10th March next. The Council do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any Tender. T.R.PARRY, SURVEYOR. !rU*'? S& EE S iB? ?? ? ?r?? BhEa?'?n?M? ???rp? M?SSMMM ?M? MOOUKMHbE COMPANY, LTD. ??f' HEAD OEFICE ??t? "? L???J f?HnD?ArP?oi?M D, JIjU?rtu?uM r!' ?j?? FIRE t!FE ACCSDEMT BURGLARY Founded in the Reign of George III Liverpool Branch: 4, Chapel Street. Agent: R. LLEWELYN OWEN, BARMOUTH.
in H?eiiioriaiii. In Loving Memory of our dem' little sister, WINNIE, who died Beb. 27, 1913. Twelve weary mouths have pasb away, And all the world seems dreary, How different would it all have been, If we had our little Winnie. Oh we miss her, and how sadly, J.. Bleeding hearts alone can tell, Earth has lost her, Heaven has gain'd her, Jesus doeth all things well. From her tovinp Brothers, JOHN & IOEWERTH PRICE JONES. Fort William, Canada:. 'Tis hard to break the tender cord, When love has bound the heart, 'Tis hard, so hard to speak the word, We must for ever part. FATHER & MOTHER
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f)eatl) Of IRiss €$. It is our painful duty time after time to re- cord the departure of our dear Mends, some on a sojourn whence they are expected to re- turn, others on the long journey from whence no man returns. This week we regret to have to chronicle the demise of Miss Elizabeth Ellis, Staffordshire House, at the ripe age of seventy-seven years. For the last half century Miss Ellis hag been a prominent figure in the social, bus! ness, but more particularly religious life o the town. Having spent all her days in Bar mouth, carrying on an extensive business in partnership with her brother, Mr E. W. Ellis, she had made the acquaintance of hosts of visitors, and especially people from the coun- try round by whom she will be greatly missed. Our departed friend had enjoyed a compara- tively strong and robust life, until about five months ago, wbeu she had a severe attack from which, however, those dear to her thought she was recovering nicely. A fort- night ago a relapse took place, and it was evident that she was sinking fast. On Wed- nesday, the. 18th inst., she passed away. The funeral (private) took place on Satur- day last in Llanaber Churchyard, the omci- ating ministers being the Rev. R. Lloyd Roberts, M.A., rector, and the Rev. W. J. Williams. B.A., Bryncoedifor (late curate at Barmouth). The chief mourners were :— Mr E. W. Ellis (brother), Mr and Mrs Owen Parry, Kimberley House; Mr and Mrs E. G. Owen, Staffordshire House Mr Harry Lloyd, Rockferry; Mr John Williams, Goetre Mr and Mrs G. E. Owen, Greenwich House Mr and Miss Lewis, Bontnewydd. Some of the deacons of the Wesleyan Chapel and her Sunday School Teacher (Mr Thomas Owen) also attended the funeral. Wreaths were sent by Mr E. W. Ellis, Mr and Mrs Owen Parry, and Mr and Mrs Ellis G. Owen. The deceased lady had been a zealous and faithful member of the Wesleyan Chapel all her life and as was pointed out by the Rev. Meirion Davies, her pastor, at the memorial service last Sunday night, the branch in her Master's Vineyard, in which she delighted most was that of the Sunday School, which she never failed to attend, until prevented by her last illness. Much sympathy is felt with her brother (Mr E. W. Ellis), and her two nieces (Mrs Owen'Parry and Mrs E. G. Owen). The family of the late Miss Ellis, Stafford- shire House, wishes to express their deep feeling of gratitude to the numerous friends who have conveyed their kind sympathies to them in their hour of grief.
BMM8MTH. 6J.n!OMist Meeting.—To-morrow night (Friday) an Unionist meeting will be held at the Assembly Rooms. The chief speaker will be Mr L. S. Amery, M.P., for South Birming- ham. The meeting to commence at 8 p.m. E!steddfod.—To-morrow (Friday) at the Belle Vue Hal], an Eisteddfod will be held under the auspices of the County School. The chair will be taken by Dr. Prys Williams, M.A. To commence at 1.39 p.m. Admission, (3d. Tempet,ance.On Tuesday night, a tem- perance meeting was held at the Wesleyan Chapel under the presidency of Mr David 0. Hughes. An address was delivered by Ap Plenydd. Park Road Literary Society.—At the weekly meeting of the above society held last week, a most interesting paper on" Daniel Rowlands, of LIangeitbio,, was read by Mrs Edward Williams, Ceylon House. Several members spoke all in praise of the paper, and a vote of thanks was passed to Mrs Williams. The chair was taken by thePresident (Mr L. 0. Evans). St. David's Day.—As our readers are awa-re St. David's Day falls this year on a Sunday. Consequently the St. David's Day annual celebration will take place on Monay, March 2nd. -There, is no need for us to assert that local patriotism should be kindled on that date, and that we should celebrate, it right. loyally. Fortunately or unfortunately we cannot pass the night with the good old Welsh Noson Lawen, and so we have to re- sort to another more convenient, and yet profitable way. In the Pavilion on Monday, March 2nd. there is a local company acting the well-known Welsh Drama "Arthur Wyn y Bugail," and bow could we pass a happy night better than by seeing a Welsh acted Drama de- picting scenes of Welsh national life? The inbebitants ofBarmouth are thus offered a rare treat, and we expect hem to take full advantage of this glorious opportunity. The plot is so exceedingly absorbing, and various characters are excellently portrayed. It is full of lief and motion, and lively dialogues, and we sincerely trust that it will get the sup- port it deserves.