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POBTMADOC. OBITUARY.—The dearth took place en Thursday morning of Mrs Ellen Owen, wile of Mr. Owen, Terrace-road, at the age 01 au. The funeral took place on Monday at the Cemetery, the Rev. W. T. Eihs olhciated. TREMADOC CHURCH EISTEDDFOD.—The following have been appointed officersChair- man of committee, the Vicar; treasurer, Mr. David Breese; secretary, Mr. J. Wilfred Evans. PERSONAL.—Major C. E. Breese, M.P., has been appointed to serve on the Standing Com- mittee of the House of Commons dealing with the Agricultural Bill. HIGHER EDUCATION.—Sir Henry Jones wiL visit Portmadoc shortly to lecture in a scheme of extension lecturer v. hich ate ij be arranged in connection with the university -ool,eges in towng all over the Principality. APPOINTMENT.—Mr. Ithel Davies Bryn- eirian, has been appointed member of the Board of Connexional Trustees of North Wales C.M. bassiwn. J FOOTBALL.—Portmadoc beat' Harlech, at Foriumadoc on Saturday, by fire goals to one. COUNTY COURT JUDGE.—There is a re- arrangement of county court circuits and Judge Bryn Roberts wilu preside at Portmadoc 1n future instead of Judge Ivor Bcwen. PEACii CELEBRATIONS BALANCE.—At a. aneeung of the Executive, on Friday, Mr. D. Llewelyn Hughes presiding, Mr. J. Owain Hughes, treasurer, reported that after paying all expenses there was a balance of over 1;7. It was decided to divide the surpius between the Cottage Hospital and the Town Band. A tribute was paid to the splendid work of the general secretary of the celebrations (Mr. J. AAoyd Humphreys). FUNERAli.—The funeral of Captain L.. G. Llewelyn, Wenallt, Garth, took place cn Sat- urday at the Cemetery. The large and re- warkab,y representative character of the attendance testified to the esteem in which the deceased was held by all classes and sects. Blinds were drawn 110:1 along the route and there were numerous lioral tributes. The Revs W. T. Ellis, B.D (pastor), T. Isfryn Hughes, aDd Griffith Parry, Borthygest, officiated. Deceased was sixty-five years ot age. PEACE CELEBRATIONS.—The Executive Committee met on Friday, with Mr. D. Llew- elyn Hughes, J.P., in the chair. The Treasurer „ (Mr. J. 0. Hughes) said the last subscription liad come in, and the Usiance sheet showed a credit balance of E7. The Committee unani- mously thanked the General Secretary (Mr. J. Uoyd Humphreys), and the Treasurer (Mr. J. O. Hughes). It was agreed to divide the, sur- plus between Memorial Hospital and Port- madoc Town Band. Thanks were accorded Miss Annie Williams, Lombard-street, and the ladies of the Teas Committee, and also for special services to Mr. William Jones, Snow- don-street, and Mr. E. J. Evans, Cornhill. FUNERAL OF MR. THOMAS ROBERTS.— The funeral of Mr Thomas Roberts, solicitor, took place on Thursday at Treflys. The Rev. W. T. Ellis (pastor), and Archdeacon Lloyd Jones, Criccieth, officiated. The mourners were Mr. Ellis Owen Robertc (brother), Mrs. Jones Didsbury; Miss Ann Jones (house- keeper); Mr David Jones (tverk with deceased for thirty-nine years); Capt. David Richards, Uys Dafydd; Captain Jenkin Davies, Morfa Bychan; Lieut J. R. Nicholas, Mr. Morgan Richards, Barmouth; Mr. J. T. Jones, L.C. and M. Bank; Dr. Pierce Jones, Dr. Richard Griffith, Mr. D. Fowden Jones, chairman of Festiniog Board of Guardians; Mr. J. Jones Morris, clerk of Carnarvon County Council; Mr Ellis Jones,- Netherton; Mr David Williams, IT House. The latter was also undertaker. Many beautiful wreaths were received. YOUN-G PEOPLE'S SOCIETY.—On Wednes- day week an election of a. parliamentary- caudi. date took place, Mr. Evan Davies acting as returning officer. Mr. Owen Hughes offered himself as a Labour candidate, and was sup- ported by Mr. 0. M. Roberts. The Liberal candidilte (Mr. Idwal Jones) was supported by Mr. Lloyd Humphreys, and the Conservative cause was espoused by Mr. Wheldon Hughes, supported by Mr. J. O. Jones and Mr. Cleaton Jonffq. By a substantial majority the Liberal eaa idate was returned. On Friday, under the presidency of the Rev W. T. Ellis, a miscel- laneous concert was given. The Misses J. E. Griffith, Annio W. Jones, and Sydney Williams gave an interesting dialogue; Mr. Robbie Hughes. Ynyspandy, recited and sang, and the singing generally was taken by Misses J. A. Roberts and party, Miss Lizzie Evans and Miss Nellie Jones sang a duet each with Mr Lloyd Humphreys.
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t BARMOUTH. OBITUARY.—News Las been received by wire of the sudden death of Mr. Arthur Hughes, eldest son of the late Dr. Hughes, of tibui t.J.wn at Vancouver, British Columbia on the 15th ef November. He had served throughout the war with the Canadian Forces and had been several years in France. PERSONAL.-Tbe Rev. W. E. Jones, M.A., only SIJon of Mr. and Mrs William Jonee, Aber House, who for eight years has been vicar ef B remington, Whitchurch, has been appointed to the liviig Qi Montgomery, which is the gift of the Earl of I-Iwis. COMRADES MEETING.—On Monday at the Sailer's Institute, a meeting of the Iccal brajich of tlhe Comrades of the Great War was held under the presidency of Captain J. J. Griffith.—On the proposition of Comrade Harry Whitehead, seconded by Comrade Hugh E. Williams, a hearty vote of thanks was accorded to Mrs Moore, Lion Hotel, for her generosity in giving the Comrades a dinner at the Church Hail a short time ago.-Captain Hugh Morris explained that Comrade Meurig Griffith and himself had been appointed by the Free Church Council to ask the Comrades to elect two representatives to meet the Council with a view of discussing a proposal to have a recrealiifon room for the Comrades, and Ccrarade Herbert AspinsJl and Comrade Hugh P. Williams were appointed.—Dr. J R Heath asid Comrade John Garnett were ap- pointed M a deputation to see the Rector (the Rov. R. Lloyd Roberts, M.A.,) with reference to the purchasing of the Church room near the Quay for the Comrades.—The question was raised with reference to the fund of E600 which had beon collected as a fund fur local Disabled Soldiers and Sailors, and on the pro- positibn of Comrade Davies, Pantllan, seconded by Comrade John Garnett it was decided that the- Secretary (Comrade Islwyn Jones) should write to the Trustees of the Fund asking for further information as to the fund.—It was decided that a strong protest should be sent to the Divisional Headquarters of the Com- rades at Dolgellev against the small salary of S12 which was paid to the Secretary (Ex- Serge-Jnt Lewis, Dolgelley) who had lost an arm in the war. LECTURES.—The first of a series of lectures on Economics was given on Friday at the Council School, the lecturer being Mr. W. Wfttkin Davies, M.A. PRESSMEN'S VISIT. The Cambrian Resort.3 Association have completed the ar- rangements fbr the visit of a number of journalists from the large, centres to the Cardigan Bay Coast. They will visit Bar- mouth on December 2nd.
I ABERDOVEY. HOME.—Sapper H. O. Evans, R.E., son of Mr and Mrs David Evans, painter, Copper Hill Street, has arrived in London from Salonika., suffering from malarial fever. By a coinci- dence he found himself occupying the Aber- dovey bed in Netley Hospital. ILLNESS. Nurse Katie Hughes, V.A.D., oldest daughter of Mr and Mrs J. D. Hughes has been seriously ill for three weeks at Calais. She is now progressing favourably. SUCCESS.—Mr. Morris Row lands j who has been studying la,tely at the Technical College, Cardiff, has successfully passed his second mate certificate examination. RED CROSS.—At the National School un Thursday, the Red Cross and St. John's Ambulance Detachment held its first meeting, when Dr. Jackson delivered his first .lecture for the session. Mr E. H. Edwards read the balance sheet from the previous winter show- ing 12s. in hand. ,'I OMITTED. In last week's notice of the Comrades' concert the name of Pte John H. Jones was inadvertently omitted. He gav, on excellent performance on the mouth organ which was heartily encored. In the whistling competition Mr Lewis Jones and Mr Ffestin Williams awarded finrt prize to Mr J. Griffith Jones. Mr Lewis Jones was happy In his com- ments on this interesting contest. CONCERT.—On Wednesday a. musical enter tamment and gymnastic display was 04Ln by tho Frodsham branch of the National Child- ren's Home. founded bv the late rfr. Steohen- ai)n. The chair was taken by Mr E. b. Row- lands, J.P., and the room was packed. The town gave the children a hearty welcome and Vhey acquitted themselves with groat CTPtht. in the entertainment,. A sum of S23 was real- ised. I FUNERAL. On Friday the funeral took I place of Mrs Gwen Griffith. Bridgend Cottages, who died suddenly the previous Wednesday. Tho services at the house were taken by the Revs. Robert Jonre and John Lewis, and at I the Cemetery by the Rev. W. D. Evans, her pastor. The chief mourners were Mr Levn» Griffith, husband; Messrs Hugh Owen, Hum- ¡ phrey Owen, O. Owen, and J. Owen, brothers; Mrs. J. Owen and Mrs O. Owen (sisters-in-law), Miss M. J. Owen, sister; Messrs Llewelyn. IFor, and Arthur Owen (nephews); Mr Robpi-tx Griffith, Ynysddu, brother-in-law: Mr TbomaQ Morgan Griffith, Ynys-ddu. nephew; and Mr and Mrs Garfield Jones (nephew an4 nieee* The deceased was a member of the ConaTCfru- t:ona!> Church, and the Sunday School loses I bv hroT oeath a warm and staunch suppoHf"* WiR MEMORIAL.—The Committee met on Fridav at the Srorts Hall, presided over by Mr W. Jcnos Huphrs, J.P. It wis decided to proceed at once with the hall and to mv?*f additional suhsn-ipticnrs. Tho fol'owmg were elected too co.operate with the Urban Council members up to March 3lst, 1921, as a man ftcremmt Pnd building committee:—Mr J. M. j Howe!1, J.P., D.L.. Dr. Jackson, and Mr Rich- a"d Williams. The "Sold era and Sailors Welcome" Committee meeting immediately after decided to give the meji a knife and fork supper on Boxing Day. I
Festiniog Urban Council VISIT OF JOURNALISTS. Festiniog Urban Council met on Friday, present, Messrs. Richard Jones (chairman), J. Jones (vicochairman), Miss Brymer, Mr. V. WiLiams, D. Jones, T. J. Williams, D. T. Davies, R. L Jones, Joseph Williams, Thomas Ei.is, M. Jones, Owen Jones, Ben Ellis Jones, H. Jones (Bryfdir), E. T. Pritcbard, W. J. Rowlands, J. Cadwaladr, Edward Jones, clerk; and the Council's officials. Tne Gas Manager's report showed that pre- payment meters nave been changed to register 9d. per 1,000 feet extra, and that Is. rent for coolers has been charged and received with but a few exceptions. Coke was sold during the month of the va ue of £ 7 9s. lid. and five tons of coal titr were consigned to Queensferry. ,Mr. Cadwaladr Roberts stated that no water was in Dolrliedyn for months and in some cases for years, and proposed that tho matter would be seen to at once which was agreed to It. was resolved to press the Yale Company to fix lines, etc., and to make good defects in the public lighting. It was agreed that an estimate be made of the cost ot renewing portions of Llan mains and diversion of the main from the railway so as to be included in the Maenoiferen mains for application for ioan. Mr. J. Cadman, cinema proprietor, offered to carry out improvements at the Assembly Rooms if he was given a three years lease ati a reduced rent.-It was decided to ask for specifications and that an agreement be c ror*i fw-? 016uvu' The Chairmqp called the Council's attention to the iact that notices of Petty Sessions were to the fact that notices of Petty Sessions were not sent to him, adding that he understood from his predecessor in office that he also was ignored. The Sanitary Inspector reported on eighteen farmhouses and outbuildings, several of them f in a more Or less dilapidated condition, and declared to be unfit for human habitation.— It was resolved to serve owners with notices to make the houses reasonably fit for human habitation. It was resolved that the public ashpit at Festiniog be not demolished, subject to being kept in good condition; that notices be served on persons prohibiting them from throwing any rubbish into it so as to cause a nuisance and nothing is to be burnt in it. The Superintendent of the G.W.R. and the Traffic Manager met a deputation of the Couiici1 ooncerning the gas works siding; they were not able at the present time to proceed with the work, but would endeavour to meet the Council's requirements at a later date. Tfhe deputation also called attention to the 7.15 a.m. train from Blacnau to Bala not stepping at Manod, Station which caused much inconvenience, and .that the 9 a.m. train from Ba>a to Blaenan also did not stop at Manod.—The officials promised to see to the grievances as the earliest possible date. Owing to the heavy rain on Monday it. was reported the gratings at Graig-ddu Crossing, Isfryn, and Uncorn were not sufficient, to take the water which caused much inconvenience to the residents. At a, meeting on Thursday respecting the Market Hall, etc. the matter after long dis- cussion was brought to a successful issue, and terms were agreed on by both parties. The Market Hall Committee will have power to fix a price for some purposes, but are to sub- mit their recommendations to the Council as the supreme authority, prior to letting the hal; Mr. Thomas Jones, the hall keeper, to collect all the monies and pay into the Coun- cil's account.—It was also resolved that the Committee should have until 31st December to pay the outstanding debt. It was resolved to urge the postal authorities to extend postal facilities and that pi lar boxes should be erected at several places in Cwm Cynfal and the 0-own Land area. Complaints were received that gratings on the high roads had been taken away to the danger of the public, and it was resolved to place t.he matter in the hands of the police. Mr. J. Cadwaladr stated that the Knitting Centre, which was now closed, had been sold to a Liverpool gentleman, subject- to his hav- ing the rooms at a reasonable rent for a period of not less than six months.—It was decided to let the rooms at £15 a year. It was stated that it was the intention of the tenant to extend the works if possible.—It was stated that ten journalists were about to visit Blaenau on December 4th.-It was decided to give the visitors a reception; show them round the quarries, lakes, and mountains; and all places of interest in the district.
BLAENAU FESTINIOG. FuOXBALL.—B.aenau Comrades p.ayed Holyhead R.T. Football Club ai Blaenau on Saturday. The homesters had a fairly strong team and were disappointed with the result, but they gave the visit»rs their due for being a good team. The first half was exhilarating and the home focwards had several "hard lucks" for goal. The visiting goade excelled himself on many occasions and kept down the scare to one agains him. The game continued to be interesting, Caradog Davies, for the nomeoters badly m.ssed a penalty. Holyhead • scored two goals near the finish and ran out winners by two goals to one. MARRIAGE.—Mr. Richard Hughes, Mills- row, and Miss Jane ELen Griffiths, 1, Bay View- terrace, Pw lheli, daughter of the late Rev. Robert Griffiths, formerly of Denbigh, were married on Wednesday week at the Tabernacle C.M. Chapel, Portmadoc. The Rev. D. F. Roberts, B.A., B.D., Maenofferen, officiated in the presence of Mr. Richard Jones, registrar. DEATH.—Mrs. Catherine Jonest widow of Mr. David Jones, Hen Dy, Talwaenydd, died on Thursday in her seventy-second year.—Mrs Ann Thomas, Glynafon, New-stlreet, died on Thursday from apoplexy in her seventy-eighth year. DIED IN HOSPITAL.-Mrw. Jannett Hughes, Tylacelyof-roaid, Penygraig, daughter of Mr. Ellis ThomaUt Hafod Fawr Isaf Farm, died in a Cardiff hospital on Tuesday week. The remains were brought to Festiniog on Satur- day and interment made at the Cemetery. She leaves a widower and five young chi dren. She was but thirty-one years of age.
BALA. A CHARACTER.—The remains of Pegws o'r Bala, the celebrated old lady who has bean the subject of interesting reminiscences were buried at Carmel Chapel, Cendl (or Baaufort). She was a connecting link between two epochs in Welsh religious history, and was closely associated with three of the greatest figures of that history. She was the aunt of "Ap Vychan, who was received into church mem. bership by Dr. George Lewis at Llanuwchllyn, and was clisely associated with Dr. Rees, and tho '53 Revival. Carmel was a passion with her,, and she raised a large sum of money for it by the saJe of her own photograph. Mr. R. Prys Jones, school temperance lecturer, of Pontypridd, is a nephew of Pegws.
TALSARNAU. PERSONAL.—Among the guests of Lord and Lady Harlech at/ Glvn were Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Greaves, Wem, Portmadoc; Captain, and Mrs. John Wynn Finch, Cefnymwlch; -Captain G. W. Kirkby, Llanfendigaid, Tdwyn; and Captain Maxwell. There was excellent shoot- ing, the birds being plentiful and the weather favourable. FUNERAL.—The remains of the oidest in- habitant in the district (Mr6. Ellen Griffith. Soar), aged ninety-one, were buried on Satur- day afternoon in Llandecwyn Churchyard. She had been a life-long member of the local Wes- leyan Chapel. The minister* Mr Lloyd Jones, read at the house, and the servico in church and at the graveside was taken by the Rev. D. T. Hughes (Morfa), Tector SINGING.—Mr. Robert Jones, Blaenau Fes- tiniog, a well-known musician, has weekly practices at Eisingrug for the C.M. gymanfa at Barmouth next year. A Church choral fes- tival is a'so to be held in May at Harlech, in which choirs from Caefc-deon, Barmouth, Dyffryn, Llanfaiif, Harlech, Talsarnau, and Penrhyndeudraeth will take part. The con- ductor is Mr. E. Humphreys, stationmaster, Harlech, and the chairman of Committee, Mr. R. Jones Morris, J.P., Gwrach Ynys, Tal- sarnau.
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South Carnarvonshire Fishery Board. RIVERS FULL OF FISH South Carnarvonshire Fishery Board met on Monday at Criccieth; present Sir H. J. E Nanney, chairman; Messrs. Jonathan Davies, D. L.oyd Jones, E. R. Edis, T. J. Hughston Davies, O. Ellis Jones, David Jones, clerk; and James Jones, water bailiffs. A letter was read from Carna.rvonshire County Council stat-ing that the ten conserva- tors had been re-appointed. The Council also enquired if there was any damage done to the fishery by tar spraying of roads.—The Clerk said the County Surveyor had promised to in- form him if any tarring wag done likely to injure fisb. Mr. David L'oyd Jones said several visitors complained to him that they had been molested by young men when fishing: Mr. Llew Davies proposed that the matter should be reported to the police. with instruc- tions to prosecute the offenders.—Mr Jonathan Davies seconded, remarking that it was the duty of the Board to protect licence holders.— The proposition was agreed to A discussion took place on the advisability of taking steps to re-stock the rivers. The Clerk said that prohibitive prices were asked for trout by trout farmers. The Chairman suggested thaf the new wtock should be put in side stream. Mr. Llew Davies said the best way would be to estab-ish hatcheries like those* in exist- ence at Festiniog and replenish the rivers. Mr. jonatnan vanea said ne visited we hatcheries at Festiniog where the fish were kept in a small stream. Mr. David Jones, the clerk, said there was no room for more fish in the rivers. Every river was full of fish, but he admitted that they were rather small. Mr. D. Lloyd Jones said a larger fish might be developed by cross-breeding, On the proposition of Mr. Llew Davies, seconded by Mr E- R. Elias, it was resolved that the Clerk should make enquiries as to the best way of establishing a local hatchery. The Clerk submitted the balance sheet for the year ending December 31st, 1919, showing a balance of 2125 4s 3d., compared with E49 2s 4d, the previous year. The sum of C139 14s. was received from trout licences, and S24 16s. from salmon licences. The receipts totaled £252 9s lOdand expenditure, E127 5s. 3d The Chairman said the report was gratifying. Mr. Llew Davies said considerable poaching was going on at this time of the year and proposed to authorise the Clerk to employ an assistant bailiff for two months.—The proposi- tion was seconded by the Chairman who said the present bailiff was doing the work satisfac- torily but the district was too extensive for one man. 4 The proposition was unanimously carried.
ARTHOG. Y GYMDEITHA8 DDIWYLLIADOL.—Cyn- haliwyd yr ucliod nos Wenar yn Ysgol y Oyngiior, dan lywyddiaeth Mr John Higgon. Aed trwy y rhaglen ganlynol: — Canu emyn cynuYteidfaol; cafwyd crhodeb o brif ddi- gwyddiadau'r wvtlinoo, gan Miss Jennie Edwards, Tegla Fcch; papur ar rai o fcirdd Cymru gan Mr Morris Jones, Cyfanedd Fawr. Siaradwyd ymhellach gan y Paroh Williams- Dsvies (A.), Mri Cadwaladr Robertts (ieu.), Ynys Gyffylog, Evan Lloyd, Myrddin, a D. John Owen, Fairbourne. Diolchwyd i Mr. Morris Jones am ei bapur rhagorol. Deua.wd, Miss Matty Higgon, Glasfryn Terrace, ac Eliza betili Ann Jones, Tanybryn; unawd, Miss Jennie Edwards, Tegla Fach; cfcuawd, Misses Nell a Cassle Davies, Murneuadd; 'unawd, Mr David Jones, Cyfanedd Fawr. Daeth cyn- ulliad da yngliyd. Terfynwyd trwy ganu "Hen Wlad fy Nhadau.
MACHYNLLETH. HOCKEY.—The County School (Girls) hoc- key team visited Newtown oh Saturday to p ay Newt-own County School. It was the first away Intermediate School match of the sea- son. A keenly contested game was played, both sides being evenly matched, and ended in a draw, both sides failing to find the net. The referee was Mr. Morgan, Newtown. The members of Machynlleth team were :-Goal, West Davies; backs, A. M. Williams and N. Jones; halves E. Brown, Mary Lloyd, and B. Jones; forwards, Qive Edwards, Deb. Jones, Lilian Jones, Eluned P. Jones, and M. E James. COMRADES' CONCERT.—On Thursday ap evening concert was given in aid of the funds oi tHe locxl branch of Comrades. Owing to the absence through illness of Mr. D. W. Bradwell, Dolguog, the Rev. D. Thomas Jones, M.A., presided. The entertainment opened with a selection by Machynlleth Brass Band, under the conductorship of Mr. E. Meredith Jones. The band, was given a hearty reception on this their first public appearance this winter. Soos, duets, and quartettes were 'I sung by Messrs. H. R Humphreys, Machyn- lleth; Egryn Humphreys, Miss oallie Evans, Tonypandy; and Miss Myfanwy Ellis, Aber- ystwyth, who is well known to Machynlleth audiences. The elocutionist., Mr. W. Oi. Ellis, Towyn, had a great reception and kept the large audience roaring with his recitations of "Will Bryan a'r cloc," "Charge of the Light Br:gtde," etc. Mr Egryn Humphreys's s'ng- ing of "Glory of the Sea" and the duet "Hywel a Blodwen" with Miss Si-!lie Evans were particularly good as also was Miss Evans's singing of "Sing Sweet I'ird" and "Gwlad y Bryniau." Mr. H. R. Hi rnpbre" met with his usual success and sang "Pieser- fad y Niagra," "Company Sergeant MiLior," as well as taking part in the duet "Parted" with Miss Ellis which brought forth a well- merited encore. The band which gavtf its ser- vices free added to the success of the concert and in addition to the opening piece gave two mote selections—"Scottish Gems" (Roche) and "Welsh Gems" (Greenwood), which were very much appreciated. In his address, the Chairman said he was glad to see that the con- cert was so well patronised and hoped that the Comrades would often arrange a simi ar en- tertainment, not only to aid their funds, but to keep before the public which is apt to forget the trials and sufferings of their noble defenders, the fact that these men are deserv- ing of as much support. now that tWo glamour of khaki is over as they were during war time when nothing was too good for Tommy. On behalf of the Comrades, Mr. Henry Lewis, Tower House, proposed a vote of thanks to the Chairman, the artistes, the accompanist (Mrs Trevor Jones), and a.11 who had taken part in making the entertainment a success. Canon C. P. Price, M.A., seconded the pro- position which was supported by Mr. John Hughes, captain of the branch. » BAND ANNIVERSARY. — The second anniversary of the formation of the Brass Band was celebrated on Friday evening when a whist drive and social were held at the Town Hall, those present including the bands- men's wives and a few friends and supporters; The prize winners were:—Gents., Mr. E. Meredith Joftls (conductor of the band); ladies, Mrs. David Owen; booby prize. Mr. R. Jones. Mr. John Lurolev acted as M.C. After refreshmentrs the following members <5f the band took part in a short musical pro- gramme, Mr. David Owen presiding tion by the Band. "Scotch Airs," under the conductcrship of Mr. E. M. Jones; "cornet solo, Mr. Stanley Caffrey; comic song, Mr. Chas. Davies; cornet solo, Mr. Martin. Aberhosan; duet., cornet and slide trombone, Messrs. P. Lewis and Frank Thomas; cornet solo, Mr. J. Blias Evans; recitation, Mr. Edward Lewis; horn solo, vMr. D Venables; trio, Messrs W. Humphreys, A. Thomas, and Geo. Weaver: cornet solo, Mr. Richard Jones; trombone solo, Mr. IOhas. Davies- trio. Messrs Willie Lewis, MaJdwyn (Jackson, and Evan Jones, three of the younger members of the band who gave an excellent performance of Won't you buy my pretty flowers." Cornet solo, Mr. H. Edwards, also one of the younger members and a grandson of Mr. John Edwards) at one time one of Machynlleth's best cornet players. Comic song, Mr. George Weaver (encored). At the close of the entertainment, Mr. Henry Lewis, Tower House, proposed a vote of thanks to the Chairman and 0.:80 to the mem- bers of the band. Mr. Lewis also thanked the band for the numerous occasions on which they had turned out to assist in the cause of charity. He was proud of their achievement at the Comrades concert the previous even- ing. Mr. R. E. Morgan seconded the proposi- tion. In acknowledging the vote, the veteran Conductor (Mr. E. Meredith Jones) paid tri- bute to the eeal antl conduct of the members and said no one need fear for the morals of the men or boys who attend the band room during the weekly practices. Mr. Jones also referred to the Hon. Secretary (Mr. H. Hunt) to whose zeal nnd taeft the band owed much of its present nourishing state.
MERIONETH AGRICULTURAL SHOW. At a meeting .of the Merioneth Agricultural Socioty, on Saturday at Dolgrlley. presided over by Mr. Artliog, Mr. J. Morrss Jones, Gvrn, Llanuwchllyn, was appointed secretary, Mr. J. M. Howells, Penhelig, Aber- doverv, was elected president, and Mr. R. T. Vanghan, Bala, vice-presidents It was agreed to hold the next show at Towyn^
Merioneth Water Rights. I THE WATER ON TYNYMAES FARM. I SIR OWEN EDWARDS v. OWNERS OF TYNTWLL AND DDALFA. AN AGREEMENT ARRANGED. I In the Chancery Division on Mon- day week, before Mr. Justice P. I O. 'Lawrence, Sir Owen Edwards (ex-M.P. for Merionethshire and chief inspec- tor for the Board of Education in Wales), residing at Ncuadd Wen, L anuwchliyn, Mer- ioneth, and owner of the farm Twynymaes, and his tenant of that farm (Mr. Hugh Hum- phreys), brought an action seeking to restrain Mr. Robert Peter Williams and Mr. William Widiams, owners of the adjacent farms, Tyntwll and Ddalfa, from diverting the stieam Nant yr AUt Fach which flows through their [ farms, in such a manner as to prevent the plaintiffs having the benefit of the water and so causing them damage. Evidence for plaintiffs was given last week, on Thursday. Mr Robert Poter Williams, the first defend- ant, who said he was 29 years of age, was called. He said the property was inherited by him and his brother from his father. Origin- al!y the Ddalfa and TyntwU farms were sep- arate holdings, and he had lived on one or the other since 1898, wihen they wore let to his father. Counsel: Plaintiffs say that you have diverted j the stream Nant yr Allt Fach so as to prevent J it going down to Tynymaes ?-Witness: Never, sir. Have you, or your brother, or your father or any of your servants ever interfered with the course of the water —Witness: No. That is how I have alwavs seen it. The stream runs now as I he/ve always known it to run. In cross.exainiliatic'n, witness said het did not remember ever having any conversation with Sir Owen Edwards. Mr Ward Coldridge:. Did you not say to him that you had a right to do as you liked with your own water?-Witness: I said I had a right to do as I liked with the water rising on my own land Did not Sir Owen warn you as to diverting the wate. and suggest that you should have advico ?-I told him I had never touched the water. Witness did not asreo that DdaJfa was poorly supplied with water. There was plenty of water at aV times. In 1912 witness said he put in a turbine to drive a churn, and for this purpose he made a reservoir and construc. ted a ditah to it. When he cultivated a field near there about three vcars ago he put in 3-inch ppes in place of the ditch. The water camo from Nant yr Allt Fach, the pipes run- ning down the gully through Ddalfa. Two years a.go witness wanted to put in electric lght, but did not require more water for that purpose. Wincss had not made enquirfes about a possible purchase by him of Tyny- maes, but 1ft a time when there was a dispute as to the boundaries witness's father sug- gested that he should buy Tynymaes, or that, Sir Owen should buy Ddalfa. He had repaired the banks of Nant yr Allt Fach, but had never done anything to Obstruct the course of the stream. Mr. William Williams, the other defendant, gvo evidence of a similar nature Other evidence was calied to show that Ddalfa farm had for over 20 year8 enjoyed the benefit of the water from the stream Ld tbe hearing was again adjourned. In the Chancery Division, on Friday, the evidence in the action Edwards^ v William* was concluded before Mr. Justice P. O. Lawrence and Mr. Owen Thompson, K.C., asked for an ppportumty of considering the evidence. On Monday there was a consultation between the parties, and at the conclusion Mr. Owen Thomson said no agreemeiyt had been come to and he was afraid the case must go on. His Lordship said no matter which way the case was decided he could foresee difficulties. If there was a chance of coming to a sensible arrangement to divide the water, he was will- ing to assist in any way in his power Mr. Owen Thompson said his lordship's mind was following the suggestion they had been considering. Mr. Ward Coldridge-Titere is water enough for both. ° Mr. Owen Thompson agreed that there was ample water. • Alter a protracted discussion between coun- se? and the parties, Mr. Owen Thompson said they had arrived at a stage when it would be useful to have his lordship's assistance. The apportionment of the water, and how it was to be dene, was a very difficult question to work out. All the paries then went into his lordship's room, and eventually Mr Ward Coldridge announced that the differences had been arranged and the pro- ceedings would be stayed on the terms agreed, which included the construction of a reservoir' at the cost of the plaintiff and the division of the normal flow into moieties, one for each side. His lordship and counsel expressed the hope that a neighbourly feeling would now prevail between the parties as a result of t.he settle- ment. An orde- was made in accordance with the terms of the settlement.
NORTH WALES PROPERTY MARKET £12.350 REALISED AT PWLLHELI. Messrs W. Dew and Son and R. Arthur Jones were favoured with an unusuallr large attendance at the Town Hall, Pwllheli, on Wednesday, wheel they offered for sale by public auction several outlying farms of the Penrhyn and GlynKifon Estates in South Carnarvonshire. Mr. R. Arthur Jones, in his ooen:ng remarks I. drew attention to the keen demand which still existed for agricultural holdings of all classes and the general advantages of tenant farmers acquiring their farms. He went on io state that he had been overwhelmed with offers for these farms privately, but in fair- ness to every one concerned he was forced to decline all private negotiations. In two cases, however, where the farms were held "by widow ladies who wished to purchase prior to auction, Mr Jones had made representations to the vendors, and both Lord Penrhyn and the Hon. Frederick Wynn, at once fell in with his sug- gestion, and the tenants were now owners of their own farm. (Applause). Without further delay the lots were sub- mitted for competition. The first lot offered wca Plas Newydd, a compact and highly pro. ducidve holding in the Aberdaron district, a corn growing farm with a wide reputation. The bidding opened at £ 3.000, and at £3,700 the Carnarvonshire Council became the purchasers. Bugeilys Fawr, another well- known farm in the same district, was also bought by the County Council' for £ 1,050. Hendre Cenin, a mixed holding in the occupa- tion c4 Mr. Humphrey Hughes, was sold for £ 1,725. The desirable upland farm known as Tu^hwynt-i'r.MvViydd Isaf, realised £ 1,000. The grazing farm of Hendre Cenin, let to Mrs Williams, was sold to the tenant for £ 1.725. Tho solicitors acting on behalf of Lord Penrhyn were Messrs Carter, Vincent and Co., of Bangor and Carnarvon. On behaJf of the Hon. F. G. Wynn, the Auctioneers next disposed of Llechiddior Uchaf, a farm adjoining Brynkir railway station for Sl,400, and Llystcsi Ganol, another farm close by. was sold to the tenant for £1750. The solicitors acting for the vendor were Messrs Piaton Jcmes and Roberts of Pwllheli.
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Criccieth Council. OFFER OF WAR TROPHY. Criccieth Council met on Monday; present Messrs. J. Harlech Jones, chairman; T. Burnell, J T. Jones R. M. Wiliiams, D. M. Williams, J. S Griffiths, W. Howell Williams, W. Henry Wi.liams, J. E. Williams, Griffith Richards, Griffith Griffiths, Miss Leab Thomas, E G. Griffiths, Isaac Davies, assistant clerk; Gwilym Williams, surveyor; and Morris Wil- liams, collector. On the proposition of the Chairman, the Council passed a vote of sympathy with Capt. Griffith Owen in his illness, and also with the family of the late Mr. Evan Evans, eounly sur- veyor, on the sudden death of Mr. Evans. The Council also congratulated Mr O. Ellis Jones, reporter, on his first appearance at the Council after a severe illness. A letter was read from the War Office enquir- ing whether the Council wished to have a cap- tured field gun Or carriage as war trophy.—Mr T. Burneli said the Council decided some time ago to accept the trophy offered by the War Office, and their homes were full of war trophies He proposed to refer the matter to the loeal branch of Comrades and ask them to decide.—Mr J. E. Williams seconded the pro- position, remarking that it was the best way to ask the boys themselves to decide.—Mr. R. M. Williams said there was no need to refer the question at all, as the Council had a raedy decided to accept the trophy.—The Chairman said the Comrades were against accepting the trophy in some plac"It was agreed to ask what was the Comrades' wish. Mr. E. G. Rowlands, secretary of the local ( War Memorial Committee, tendered his resig- nation on leaving the district and was thanked for his services. A let4ter was read from the Ministry of Health enclosing their formal sanction to the borrowing by the Council for C650 for the pur- chase, etc., of land at Castle-street as a site for the erection of working class dwellings and stating that no payment should be made out of the loan to any salaried officer. except in cases of payment which are covered by the General Housing Memorandum, No. 2, and pay- ment of any taxed costs due for legal work in connection with the object of the loan, and not within the scope of the Clerk's ordinary duties under the terms of his appointment. The Min- itsry urged that iocal authorities should obtain the necessary loans from local sources. If, how- ever, the Council desired a recommendation to the Public Works Loan Commissioners, the Ministry would wish to be informed of the steps taken to raise the money from other sources. The Committee recommended that it would not be prudent at present to obtain that particular loan, but when the housing scheme was complete the Council might deem it proper to borrow all the money required for the sell in one ioan.—Mr G. Richards asked what -was the Committee's reason for not borrowing the I I money at present? He was afraid there was some reason which was not disclosed to the Council and that the Committee was not keen on the scheme.—Mr. T. Burnell explained that the Committee thought it unwise to borrow money until the whole scheme was ready, so as to obtain all the money requirea in one loan.— Mr. J. S. Griffith said the Council must pay deposit on the land at once.—Mr. T. Burnett said a local authority could keep land in their hands without paying any deposit.—The Com- mittee's recommendation was adopted. Mr R. M. Wil iams asked if the, rate of 6s. 6d. in the pound was enough to meet the county rate for next year?—Mr Griffith Richards said he understood that 6s. 6d. in the I pound was about £100 short of the demand.— Mr. Morris Williams, col'ector, said the over- seers had not met to consider the matter.—It was resolved, on the proposition of Mr. R. M. Wi.liams, to ask the overseers how they are going to meet the deficiency.—The Chairman explained that C134 income tax had been re- funded to the Council, as they had been pay- ing too much for years. (Hear hear). Mr. W. Howell Williams reported that the Council had procured 132 tons of emergency coal, at a cost of R2S6. and decided to sell to coal dealers at £2 5s. 6<1. per ton. or 2s. 4d. per hundredweight.—On the proposition of Mr D. M. Williams, seconded by Mr J. E Griffiths, the report was adopted. Mr. R. M. Williams proposed to ask the Ministry of Health to make enquiry into the clinic question so as to ascertain whether the work of Dr. Lloyd Owen in connection with tchc clinic was against his work as sanitary officer. Mr. J. E. Williams seconded. —The Cbairma n explained that the Joint Sanitary Committee decided that Dr. Owen must give whole time to medical officer work. —Mr. J. E. Williams understood that the object of the County Council was to give the olinic work to private practitioners which would mean more than double the present cost.—Mr. J T. Jones said the County Council was the authoifity to decide those questions.—Mr R. M. Williams: It is time Do make a stand against this County Council. They are now triyng to create another office.—Mr. J. T. Jones: You cannot alter the law.—The reso- lution was carried. The lamplighters asked for an increase from 2s. 3d to 2s. 6d. per night.—Mr. Griffith Grif- fiths, J. S. Griffiths, and D. Howell Wiliams supported the application, which was granted. It was reported that Mr. Amer, M.P., through Mr. J. S. Griffiths, offered the Council a flag staff for Dinas Hill. The offer was accepted, and Mr. Amer was thanked. A letter was read from Mr. Stomer (Lord J Harlech's agent) stating that his lordship was not prepared to sell his interest. in the o d II quarry and water supply. at present in lease to the Council, but should any extension to the Scheme be contemplated would give any assist- ance in his power.—The Council decided to reply that the Council contemplated laying a new main from Carnarvon road along Mvnv' Ednyfed Bach and Mynydd Ednyfed Fawr land to the existing old quarry, and having Te- gard to the shortness of the unexpired term of land to the existing old quarry, and having Te- gard to the shortness of the unexpired term of the lease and the heavy cost which the pro- posed work would entail the Council was desir- ous to know whether his lordship would recon- sider the matter and submit a price with a view of enabling the Council to carry out the scheme. The Medical Officer of Health's report was of an exceptional character, showing no deaths and no births, and that the district was free from diseases. A letter was read from Messrs. D. O. M. Roberts and Son, architects, Portmadoc, stat- ing they had been instructed by Sir H J. Ellis I Nanney to develop the portion of the Gwyn- fryn Estate situate on the Esplanade, and demolish the existing four houses. The houses being of concrete the material would be exce lent for groynes or any work in connection with the groynes or any work in connection with the proposed new harbour.—The matter was deferred to the Harbour Committee. A letter was read from the Ministry of Health in reply to the Council's communica- tions relative to the congested area comprised by the lime kiln, Abermarchnad, Lifeboat House. and Henfelin, calling attention to the 1 provisions of the Housing and Town Planning Act and suggesting that the Council should consider whether the area might not be in- I cluded in a. town planning scheme.—The Council decided to defer the matter so that the pro- visions of t.he Act might be looked up by the Clerk and considered by the Committee. The Chairman expressed regret at Mr. Isaac Davies's departure from the Clerk's offices, wishing him every success in his new place.
A If. J. Felton. who defeated Bfirrv in the race on the Thames on Monday, October 27th, for" the scu'ling- championship of the world, did most of his training on a Raleigh, the all-steel bicycle. Felton rode ten miles every day before his practice on the water. In his opinion cycling is the finest form of athletic training—and his opinion has been justified by the result. I «
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