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| BARKER'S BIG BARGAINS. Strong Cheap Field Gates. The Lincolnshire House Creogottnjj. Is 3d extra. 4S. extra. Planed for Pointing, lstid extra. /ft x 5ft x /ft high, 10ft x oft x 7ft high Hanging Irons, 8s 6d per set, 155/- 225/- Strong .sheep Hurdles. camage p«d. A These houses >»re made or the nest jm. tonguen- grooved, V-jointed Maiclibo.rd on s-rong frame, J 8ft long 6s. (id. « 'o-C' work, and mounted on four heavy 12,u, wheels, Creosoting OJ extr.,t The Fancier tlouse. 20t0ir'ci Cairiagp |^ PRICE |: jj.1]" ,fl The Reliable 24/- tt] H Ifflf Coop. 4 x 3 x 3ft high, — Z| I 48 61 each. Carriage Paid. 538. per dozen. MkH h'HHR I § The BEST and CHE iVPEST house on the mar- S HH§ H [S^H H Shutters or ^et, They can only be made ac the above low 9 I IWKJL | Movaule Floors, price because of the enormous quantity we sell They are made in sections of th* B-st Rid Deil lid each extra. Matchboards iu ssctions to s^rew together, aud are CTt), Mf, Tnl, or>- complete with two up and down shutters sliding i j Act J cteta over l,n> me»h wire netting, trap door for fowl's 3ft long, 4s 4ft os bit 8s, entrance, perches, and lock up attendant's door. Strong Sittino- Boxes. Long Wide High Floors Nest Box ° 53 4ft x 3ft x 3ft 24s 68 5s 61 1 division 4s. T 6ft x 4ft x 4ft 37s 6d 12s 5s Sd 0 —i 'j&lrii|.hIII nip 6ft x 4ft x 5ft 55s 12a 8s 3d divisions 8s. 10ft x 5ft x 5ft 100s 25s -lis 3 divisions 1 ls.6d. Cair Paid to any St-.tio 5 divisions I6s.6d. W& ✓reofoting. 2« extra, PORTABLE SHEDS from 3os 6d. All JOs. Orders Carriage Paid. MOTOR CAR HOUSES from 42s. p. W. BARKER & Co., Ltd.. Carlton. Nottingham. Jlj .h;}J K" t'o < t- WATKIITS, PLUMBKR A U DECORATOR, jCustom House Street. Workstop-Sea View Place M" S r0KK8 P0R ^ANTLE-s< OLUBES, SHADES, Etc.. of all kinds aud at all prices. Also ELECTRIC LAMPS. LTD 8a, TERR&CE ROAD.
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TOWYN. SUDDEN DEATH.—On Monday morn- ing the death occurred suddenly of Mr. Lewis Lewis, Marine-parade, at the age of seventy-six. The deceased had been in his usual health, and on the morning of his death had been to the town and had started his duties at the Bowling Green, of which he was caretaker. It was whilst working on the Green death occurred from heart failure. The deceased, who form- erly lived at Dtolwen, Lianerfyl, was in his earlier days a sailor. He leaves a widow, lour sons, and four daughters, with whom much sympathy is felt. The funeral took pace on Wednesday at the C-enet-ery when the Rev. John Smith, now of Festiniog (formerly Wesleyan minister at Towyn), and th Rev. T. Gwilym Roberts officiated, 1
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A ppeal Iribunal
A- ppeal "I'ribunal. 81' SOUTH CARNARVON CASES. Carnarvonshire Appeal Tribunal met on llnirsaay at roiunaaoc to deal with eight cases from Glasiyn district, two irom Cnc- cieth, and eignt ircm i ortmadoc. There were present -Vi«ssrs. J.. Greaves, chair, iiian; It. T. Jones, Ricliard Davies, U. A. Humphreys, Joijii uwen, G. iiugiies Koberts, Dr. Wynne Gihtith, Llew I>avies, cierk; W. E. "W liliams, agricultural repre- sentative; and Lieut. Cradoc Da vies, mili- tary representative. Mr. John Humphreys, the company commandant of the volunteers at fortmadoc, said that at the last sitting tue Tribunal made it a condition that four uxempted men should join the V.T.C. iortiiwith. Tnree had done so and two liad attended the drills regularly. The third attended badly, and the fourth- man had not joined. He thought steps should be taken to enforce the condition. The Clialriiian-li the four men do not comply with the condition to join and at- tend drills regularly the certificate of exemption will be withdrawn. The Tribunal agreed and directed the Cierk to write to that effect. A timber hauler aged J-, who was refused by Glasiyn Tribunal was ordered by the Appeal Tribunal to be medically examined. The Military Representative said the man had been passed fit for garrison service at home. Mr. J. Humphreys for the man, said in that case the .man was much better em- ployed where he was. The Military Representative thought the better ¡plan w,ou:d be to enter the man on the war work register kept by the S.U.O. at Bangor and ior the man to be drafted to important national work. Mr. R. T. Joncs-He would go in as a civilian? The Mihtary Representative— Y< l. rr. Joirv im-0 sSiould be clear y understood and that we have any- LHii'g like coiiscr:ption of labour. Ihe .I'n;>uiial granted exempt^ 11. f'ie 111 nu to be registered hc ^.U.O., 13angor, and to undertake forth- S 'ri1/-k £ ^e lV0I'k allotted' to him by tbf S.lt.O. A young tarm hand, aged nineteen thj month. had been granted exemption to November 1st, open by the Glasiyn lribunal. The Military Representative appealed and the Appeal Tribunal varied the deci- sion to exemption to September 50th, final. A conscientious objector, aged twontv- j e-ght, employed as an assistant school master, coiiseitted to be medically e xam- med, ana the case was for that purpose. A rural schoolmaster, aged twenty- six for whom school managers ana ratepayers appealed and who had been refused by CUsiyn Tribunal, uas also refused by the Appeal Tribunal. It as stated there were fifteen children only ciu the school register. -S e 1'. A timber haulier, aged thirty-six was ft0 tav? Avith au accident that j morning. He had been refused exemption, Jtlis appeal was adjourned. The appeal of an employer for a joiner's apprentice, aged eighteen, was adjourned until the man a trains tho „.p ..+- --J .> U' 'IJ 11.i't-t'l'IJ Vfxt' lintl' the order pennitting youths of eighteen to remain in civi] wor\- "J-Jl they are nmteen is revoked 1 he appeal ot a rural carrier and farmer, thz £ y-™e who had been refused by ^Tribunal was dismissed. fcut on the jpp.ieatj, „t Mr, Hugh rte j jnl.iimil ref-ommended. the mibW "x;uSti"ot to co11 him Ivi farD!«'?S=
Lleyn Tribunal. EuXEMPTIED MEN AT A CIRCUS. At a sitting of the Lleyn Peninsula TTi- bunal, at Pwllheli, on Saturday, Alderman Maurice Jones, chairman, reterring to a circus which visited the town the previous night, said the factt tt4it thousands of young agriculturists from Lleyn attended the circus on their bicycles gave the im- pression that they were not indispensable to the work they had been exempted for. They had to consider a large number of applications from married men that day, and they could not conscientiously send those men with large families to the colours while these young men were enjoying themselves at circuses and other recrea- tions. Principal 'R. H. Evans, Madryn* Farm I School. in applying for exemption for two married men, stated that he had five men only) cultivating 223 acres farm, with thirty-three acres under the plough and nine acres green crops. In November. 1915, he got rid of all the single men of mili- tary age, and the average age of his work- men at present was fifty-one. Exemption till November 1st was granted. The Rev. W. J. Jones, the Galvinistic Methodist minister at Bardsey Island, in isupporting applications from two mar- ried men who, apart from being farmers, I were skilled mariners, said they were needed *0 carry necessities from the mainland. He added that there were only eight men of military age on the mainland. He added that there were only eight men of military age on the island, and three of those were physically unfit for military duties. The Rev. T. E. Owen—Will you form a I Volunteer Training Corps on the island and act as captain ? Mr. Jones—Yes with pleasure. The Chairman—We grant them tempor- ary exemption on condition that they form a volunteer corps on the island.
WELSH WOOL FOR THE FRONT
WELSH WOOL FOR THE, FRONT. The workrooms set up hy the Lloyd George American Fund Committee at Penvgroe*, Rethesdn, and Blaenau Festin- iog for the purpose of making socks, etc were on Friday visited by Mrs. Lloyd George. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Davies (Car- diff), and J. Owain Evans, s-ecretary. No fewer than 15.OCO pairs of socks have boon ordered by the various units to be sent dir^Y't to the front. Welsh wool is being used ;Il this undertaking, an industry which, it is hoped, will be encouraged after the war with a view to providing em- ployment in districts which have suffered by the depress'on in the shite trade.