Barmouth Couucg. ) THE HOUSING QUESTION. A special meeting of the Barmouth Council was held on Thursday evening, present, Mr. D. O. Hughes, J.P., chairman; Dr. J. Fugh Jones, Dr. R. H. Heath, Messrs. Edward Wil- liams, Francis Morris, Henry Freeman, Rees Joaes, D. E. Davies, J. Pryce Jones, with Mr. R Llewelyn Owen, deputy clerk; and Dr. J. O. Wil'iams, medical efficer. j The Chairman explained that, the mting i had been convened to have ill. report of Inspector from the Ministry of Health, who j had been viz ting the town with regard to the new housing scheme, accompanied by the Surveyor (Mr. J. R. Parry) aad the Medical Officer. The Inspector, in his report, said that no his inspection of the town he found the places very clean. He was greatly struck with the beauties of Barmouth and felt sure the Council would do their beat in regard to the unfit houses and unhealthy area* which he had eome across. In reply to the ChaVman, the Inspector said that there was no measure in tha Act which allowed them to turn anyone from his house until another house had been provided. The only expense the Urban Council would have to beair in the erection cf new house* would bo the levying of a penny rate. The Treasury would give the rest of the money in Im.ns for so many Tesri. H. was reported that the Council weuld have to build thirtv-^ignt new houses to meet the present demand for housed. On the proposition of Mr. J. Pryce .Tones seconded by Mr D. E. Tote fir thanks was accorded to Mr. Thomas Jones, the Min'etrv of Health inspector.' for the ex- cellent manner in which he had presented his report. The latter remarked that there was ver7 little officialism with Mr. Jonee which was quite a new thing in these days as far as Government official were ccncvrnei.. r', Ifr Jones, in responding, said be was partl- cularly struck with the deanhnew of the tawns which-he had vsited in North Wales. A letter w read from Messrs. Davies Bros.. Old Belbj Vue, offering for sale to the Coun- cil the bathing vaas, chairs, towels, boat, O. the preposition of Dr. J. Pugh -lores, seconded by Mr. D. B. Davies. it was de- eided to ask the terms of Messrs Davies Bros, for same.
GREAT PREPARATIONS FOR THE CHRISTMAS TRADE Special Show of Winter Novelties IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. Scarves. Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Umbrellas, Veilings, &c Winter Coats, Costumes, Millinery and Furs. Robert McLean, MIL^NERY ESTABLISHMENT, Portmadoc. .——— — I 4 THE simplicity of the .L Ford car, its stability in construction, the famous j| heat treated Vanadium steel with its marvellous I strength and flexibility, the low cost of operation and maintenance, its ease in h operation, all have made the Ford car the great favourite in every land in the world. It's the one car that always satisfies and serves. A utility beyond question that all can afford. A uthorised Dealer for Merion- shire, except 5 miles radius from Machynlleth I j D. E DAVIES, III I ™ GREEN GARAGE, CAR DIMENSIONS.—Weiaht. 14 cwt.: lensrtb. I(Mil 12 ft. 13 in.; width.5ft. 6 in.; height (hood down. RARMOIITH wind-screen folded). 5ft. 3h in; lieisht. hood up. 7 ft. Price, includes standard equipment. £ 250 fat Works. MancHfestcr.J I AGENTS The Merioneth Motor Co. 0L jJ yjMiiii .|jw No. 2, Dolgelley. (£395 ex London).
Portmadoc Sessions. I STRAY DOGS- Portmadoc Sessions were held on Friday before Jonathan Davies (chairman), J. R. Owen, D. Llowelyn Hughes, and D. Fowden Jor.es, Esqrs. Mr. John Humphreys applied for the trans- fer of the licence of the Ship and Castle Hotel, Portmadoc, from Mir. Owen Jones to Mr. Alfred O. Roberts, Manchester Arms, Bangor. Testimonials were presented from the Mayor of Bangor, the Rev. J. D. Jones, vicar of Bangor, and the Rev J. D. Mathews. Super- intendent Griffiths said Mr. Roberts was keep- ing a weli-conducted house at Bangor. The transfer was granted. Robert Lloyd, of no fixed abode, was ebarged by P.C. Edwards with having been drunk at Portmadoc and was bound over in C5 to be of good behaviour for six months. P.C. Jones, Garn, charged Robert Pritchard, Ty Newydd, Garn, wi th having allowed his dog to stray at night.—Superintendent Griffiths said the police had recoived instructions to strictly enforce tim, dog Tegutetion*, as UMWe were general complaints of dogs straying at imight.-Defendant said he had killed the dog. —A fine of £1 was imposed. A boy from Portmadoc (aged nine) was -charged with having stolen a bicycle lamp, the property of Mr. Da"i.d Williams, Ivy House, Portmadoc, of the value of 15,3.-Evidence was given by P.C. Edwards, and the father was 'bound over in B5 for the good behaviour of the boy for twelve months.
PORTMADOC. WILL.-The Rev. Edward Joseph of Giro Dolbenmaen, C.M. minister, left £1,445 with net persottaltv 21,129. HONORARY DEGREE.-The Court of the University of Wales has decided to confer the honorary degree of doctor of science on Sr R Armstrong Jones for eminence as an expert in mental diseases. He is the son of the late Rev. Thomas Jones, Eisteddfa, Pentrefolin. SOLDIERS' EXPERIENCE, At the Con- gregational United Literary Society on Tues- day, the Rev. W. J. Nicholson presiding, mem- bers of the two Congregaticaial Churches gave interesting accounts of their experiences as soldio,-s or savors in foreign countries and on sea during the Great PRACTICAL SCIENCE .-This was the sub- ject of an instructive lecture, with demonstra- te ns, by Mr Lloyd Wih'a.ms, M.Sc.. County School at Tabernacle Literary Society last week. The Rev. J. H Williams presided. ILLUSTRATED LECTURE.—Mr E. O. Jope.. Manchester House, who served in the arnyr throughout the war, gave an interesting illus- trated lecture at Ebenezer Chapel last week 81 "The Holy Land and its Customs" with max scenes at the Dardanelles. "The Holy Olt," was sung by Miss Nellie Jones. Re- frwlirnent45 were served and a silver collection was made in aid of the fund to purchase a billiard table for the Young Peop.es' Recreation Room- LEGACY TO A CHURCH-Tabor Welah Congregational Chorch, Pentrefelin, has been left a legacy of £1,000 by the late Mr. Thomas Jones, retired bank manager of Singapore, son of the late Rev. Thomas Jones, Bisteddfa, Pentrefelin, pastor cf Tabor for many years. Mr. J Jones Morris, solicitor, attended at Tabor on Sunday night and explained that the legacy is to be applied to augment the,, St-Y)P-.d of the pastor of the Church. CUP TIE FOOTBALL.—Portmadoo met Bar waooth at Portmadoc on Saturday in tho necond round for the Welsh Amateur Cup. The weather was wet and stormy. Result: oue KO"- each. The re-play will be at BarmooUi. DEMOBILISED —Dr. Arvor, son of MM. 4eves and the }ate Captain Morris Jones, who "fcaa served in the R.A.M.C. since tbe early fitly" of the ar and for the most part i8 EfcVpt and ^lestin?, has been demobilised. U»jor Arvor intends returning to to take UP medieaJ appointment at Port said. Tko per. J. EDWARDS, B.A., Gwvnle, who has ices chaplain with H.M. Forces for four and » half e.t1I. has also been demobílid and is return- ing to the Congregational ministry.
I •ffie OriS<>$al Harley'9 THREE SALTS" t:hemi<ts, or 1 0' 1, ARLI-Y. Phi,'TH P.. -=: Ik, G, oWEN, F.S.M., CEIKTIFIED OPTICIAN, LLANRWST. Slay insulted afc Buckley's Tomper- We, Portmadoc. ev< Third Friday in Hours: 11 to 8 -=:-= No. t t /LATE J. ROBERTSV HIGH JTT FISH AND pf I'^RTV-VDOC. LICENSED MERCHANT, All Kinds (,f FH in in Stock, 'ason. Poultry a ways Orders PromptV0 Supplied. Attended to. a87
BARMOUTH. WELSH FARMERS' UNION.—The Committee of the Welsh Farmers Union met at Barmouth on Friday when several in port- ant matters concerning agriculture vere d B- ensssed. LIFEBOAT.On Saturday the lifeboat was launched in stormy weather for quarterly practice. The lifeboat was under the cap- taincy of Mr. John Morris, Tanyfedw. DECORATIONS—Mr. John P. Williams. town porter, who served in France for over four years, on Saturday received the Mons Medal and the Military Medal,1 with the in- scription for bravery in the field." SOCIALS.—On Wednesday a. succefiful social was held at Christ Church Schoolroom, and on Thursday a social was held at the Church Room. APPOINTMENT.—Mr. W. Watkin Davies, M.A., son of the Rev. Gwynaro Davies, has been appointed professor in history at Bristol College. Mr. Dalies hold, an appointment at the U.C.W., Aberystwyth. GOLD MINES. During the past few days tons of new machinery have been carted to Llogau tod Yigra gold mines. Btmtddu, and be- fore long the mines will once again be in full working order. Twenty men are already em- ployed. PREACHING.—The Rev Hugh Hughes, Old Colwyn, occupied the pulpit at the Westeyan Chapel on Sunday, and on Monday preached. The 'ev. gentleman is seventy-nine years of age and is well known throughout North Wales.. CHILDREN'S CHOIR.—On Monday the Juvenile Choir, under tha leadership of Mr J. Hughes, Star Stores, gave an entertainment at the Bellc Vue Hall. The chair was occupied by Captain J -T. Griffith LECTURE.—On Tuesday at the Wesleyan Chapel, a, lecture was delivered by the Rev. Hugh Hughes on "John Elias o Fon. The Rev. Gwynoro Davies presided. VICTORY BALL.—Under the patronage of the Lard lieutenant (SIr A. Osmond Williams) a victory ball has been arranged to take place at Barmouth On January 6th. The entire pro- ceeds go towards the county fund rn connec- tion with the Comrades of the Ore afc War. THE CHURCH IN W ALES.—Important meetings were held in thft Church Hall on Friday, when Mr. Frank Morgan, secretary to the Governing and representative bodies of the Church in Wales, delivered an address on the present situation of the Church in the afternoon to a large and representative gath- ering of the clergy from the southern part ot the diocese, and in the evrnnng to the la ty of Barmouth and the neighbouring pariqlles. Mr. Morgan explained that the present lack of definite information was due t^ the railway strike, which delayed the publication of t,he Book of the Five Chapters. It would be issued as soon as possible after the meeting of the Govern "ng Body at Rhyl m January. At both meetings Mr. Morgan dealt lucidly and as exhaustively as time would permit with the future constitution of the Church. Speaking to the laity en the effects of disestablishment, he pointed* cut tho very important truth that, as the power and the real claims of the Church never at any time rested upon the establish- ment, so these could not in any way bo im- paired by the effects of disestablishment. He expressed the firm e-onvction that th outlook for the Church waR full of promise and that the liberty and the opportunities gained were well worth the price paid for them. A pros- perous future for th0 Church was ensured if her members could loarn to break down all Inar-ow parochial and even diocesan feeling and to acquire a real seuso of the unity of th, Catholic Church: and next. laymen could be taught, not the duty, but the privilege, of j'vine generously for tho maintenance of their Church..
I HOME RULE FOR WALES. WRFXHAM S CLAIM To BE THE ADMINISTRATIVE CENTRE. The claims of Wrexham as the administra- tive centra under the scheme of Federal Home Rule for Wales are being pressed with vigour I by the local authorities. Mr. L'oyd George is to be asked to receive a deputation on the I question on the occasion of his forthcoming via t to Wrexham to receive the freedom of the i borough. ^—
I SHORTAGE OF WINtTER FEEDING STUFFS. The Board of Agriculture report.s that the voar's crops of mancrolds in England and Wales is nearly 2.000,000 tons below that of last year, and that of turnips and swedes some" 800.000 tons less. As the yield of hay I was also very light, there is thus a shortage of all the three principal kinds of w nter feeding stuffs, and farmers wid have to exorcise, the greatest care to make them last through the winter.
During the season of navigation 141.COO immi- grants arrived at Quebec, which :s all increase I of 101,000 over the arrivals in the previous summer. The "London Gazette" announces that the King haF been pleased, by royal warrant. t.c declare that judges of county courts in j England and Wo Irs; on retirement may retain the style H11fl title of "ymir Honour."
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Towyn Council. i A QUESTION FOR PARLIAMENT. Towyn and Aberdovey Council met in the Institute, Aberdovey, on Friday, present, Messrs. R. O. Richards, chairman; David Davies, Daniel Edwards, John Rces, E L. Rowlands, W. Jones Hughes, Richard Jones, David Jones, Meredith Jones, W. Gray Jones, Recs Davies. David Roberts, R. Barnett, clerk; H. T. Davies, surveyor; Edward Wil- liams, inspector; R. Griffith, assistant elerk; and Dr. J. A. Davies, medical efticer of health. It was reported by the Clerk that no re- port had yet been received from Massrs. Vicker's (engineers) on the inspecUon of Do- goch Fall with a. view to using the water power to generate electricity. COMPLAINT ABOUT THE GAS. The question of the quality of the gas was considered at the same tune, and )(1'. Jones Hughes said the gas was so weak that candles had to be used in chapels and houses with the gas.—Mr. R.chard Jones !d the Council had authority to force the Gas Con. pany to provide better gas.—The Clerk said the Coun- cil had ordered the Gas Company to provide better gas before, and for a day or two the quality was improved, but the old fashion was again fallen into and the gas was poor. He suggested that the Board of Trade should be asked to make an enquiry into the matter.—Mr. Richard Jones said electricio wotud make a great difference to the wbole district.—A Member said the gas was poorest Oi Aberdovey.—It was decided to await the report of the electric expert and the whelw matter was left to Aberdovey members to make enquiries. LOAN TO THE COUNCIL REFUSED. Letters of acknowledgment of the Council's resolution with regard to tho Ministry, of Health's attitude towards the Council's appli- cation for a loan to purchase the Assembly Rooms, Towyn, were received from Dr. Addison and other members of the Ministry of Health.—Mr. E. L. Rowlands said the reply was not satisfactory as the Council wanted to see what the Ministry of Health was going to do in face of the resolution. H. suggested that an M.P. should be asked te bring the matter up in Parliament.—Mr Dd. Jones was in favour of Mr. Rowlands' sug- gcation.—Mr. Richard Jones said something drastic would have to be done, as the Council had been treated with contanpif. It was necessary that a town like Towyn should have an Assembly Rooms. The Ministry of Health had turned on the Council and said it could not sanction the loan and he thought that some unfair means had been resorted to ia order to stop the Council in the scheme it had prepared. The Ministry of Health's In- spector, when he held the inquiry, was evidently in favour of the Couno l's scheme and he proposed that the Council should write to the Ministry aoid ask for a direct reply to the Council's reso'ution.—Mr. Jones Hughes suggested that the Ministry of Health b» asked for a copy of the Inspector's report oa the matter.—Mr. David Roberta proposed that the Council should request a member •' Parliament to bring the matter up in tha House if a satisfactory reply was not received. He thought the Council should open up the ball.—Mr. David Jones said if the Council did not receive a favourable reply, the Coun- cil should resign "en bloc"; but if the Coun- cil did not he would do so. He thought if the Council resigned the ease against the Ministry would be made stronger.—Mr Jones Hughes: That is like giving up the battle.— Mr. Richard Jones: The Ministry of Health does not open the tight.-Vr. Jones Hughes: They have not yet opened out and to dose quarters with the Council; but that will come later.—Mr. David Jones seconded Mr. David Roberts's proposition that an M.P. should be asked to take up the Council's case in the House if a satisfactory reply was not received within three days from the Ministry of Health.—The proposition was adopted, and on the proposition of Mr. E. L. Rowlands the matter of finding an M.P. to take up the Council's case in the house was left to Towyn Committee. The Clerk reported that the Council would have to appoint three persons to sit on a Committee with regard to the proposed recrea- tion ground at Pennal which had been given by Mr. Frank Gott.—Mr. John Rees, Ynys; Mr. Parry, Esgairweddau; and Mr. W. Jones Hughes were appointed. The Surveyor (Mr. H. T. Davies) and Mr. Gray Jones were appointed to search for a cheap second hand steam roller.—The Surveyor gave an estimate that a new steam roller would cost 2930. GAS OR AIR? A letter was read from Mr. J. E. Jones, Tremydon, Aberdovey, on behalf of the Welsh Calvinistic Methodist Chapel, oomplaining of the bad quaHty of the gas. It was the duty of the Council to take the matter- up as the Gas Company did not take any notice of com- plaints by private persons.—The Clerk said he could only suggest asking the Board of Trade to hold an enquiry into the quality of the gas. He had been told recently by a gentleman who had analysed the gas that fifty per cent of it was air.—Mr. Jones Hughes Raid i(here was a photometer in the Gas Works which had been installed at the with of the Council, and if the Council wanted an analysis the Surveyor should make the analysis from the machine.—Mr. Richard Jones said certain allowances had to be made during the war for the quality of the gas, as the Government "sanctioned twenty per cent, less power, and the coal was very, bad. The Sur- veyor should be trained to take the analysis from the machine in the Gas Works. The machine was intended as an umpire between the Gas Company and the Council; but it w. not made use of.—The Clerk gtEted that the Surveyor should visit Aberystwyth Gas Works and learn to read the machine properly. —Mr. Richard Jones proposed and Mr. E. L. Rowlands seconded that the Surveyor should do so, and the proposition was adopted; and it was also decided to write to the Board of Trade. INCREASE FOR RAT-CATCHER, A rat-catelier--W. R. Evans, Chapel-square, Aberdovey, olTercd his services to the Council if the Council increased the pay from 2d. to 3d. for each rat tail produced and if the Council supplied him with two ferrets.'—The applicant was appointed, but on the proposi- tion of Mr. E. L. Rowlands it, was decided to give him 3d. for each rat tail; but to with- hold Id. to bo refunded when the ferrets were returned in good condition. Towyn Committee reported that it had been decided to let. the old allotments at a rental of 7s. 6d. per annum, and the new plots behind Cambrian-terrace at 2s. and to construct teps to afford better access from the Promenade to the beach. It was also decided that owners of cattlo and horse cisterns should be. informed that unless pro- perly galvanised iron or slate cisterns, with approved ball taps in a separate compartment with lock and key, were provided by April, 1920. the Eupply of water would be cut off. The report was adopted Aberdovey Committee reported that the Burvevor had been instructed to prepare a plan of the- Bowling CHreen and Tennis Grounds, with in estimate of the cost of enlarging the present tool shed at a spot nearer the entrance and to have the waste land prepared for garner.—An application by the G.P.O. Telephone Department asking for the Council's permission to erect a post near the Council's shed was granted on condition that the post was erected where the Surveyor thought it convenient.—Tbe report was adop- ted. The Surveyor reported that the length ef newer near Brynlle.welyn, Towyn, had beea found in a bad state, but the defects had now been made good: several pot boles in Aber- doveT had been filled with granite clippings; the Common water outfaU was working satis- factorily: a la-rge portico of the Bowling Green has been refaced: the road on Pennal Brulere. was being badly damaged by the continual haulage of timber over the road; over ftftv notices had been sent out informing owners to cut- and trim trews overhanging the rea(Is.-r.Mie report was adopted. The Inspector of Nuisances reported having found the tenant, of a. house in Frankwell- street. Towyn. keeping two pigs within seven yards of his house. The pips should not be kept within sixty vards of the house accord- ing to the Council's bvclavs.. Another man at Tanvbryn kept, a pig within the, prohibited distance. A house in Church-street. Towvn, had been flooded, the whole, of the cellar bavinfr over a foot of water in it. It was very unhealthy and steps should be taken to remedv it. The report was adopted. A 1tt("r was read statine that after Decem- ber 31st measles would not be a notifiable disease.—The Clerk aid the Medical Officer of Health and the Inspector of Nuisances would ji* rv rsHit, have. to do their best to find cases of this character and quell tlip outbreaks. Dr. Griffith Evnns. Banpor, was re-iipoointed to represent the. Council as governor of Bangor Universitv College. Tho F. nance Committe,, reported an over- draft thai I?ty after n).Vin-T b;lls amount'"? to iC500 of PI,132 pqn.i'nst war stock which the Council heM ef f11.200. J,vin the tota' balance in hand of £ 680.—The report was adopted. A letter was received asking the Council for' the housing snrvejc forms. T», was said <hnt ovr twelve pnd ne* rn- thp" »iffhteer» housj?9 were needed in the who'e ths?.rii" £ 1t11 y? <,«, „r(> ,f 11 *1 ,1." district wh eh had bona renortert _1u.II-H.
To Support Coalition. POLITICAL MEEilNG AT BLAENAU FESTINIOG. At the Assembly Rooms, on Fr day, a political meeting was held in support of the Coalition Government. In the absence, thiough illness, of Alderman Wi liam Owen, J.P., chairman of Merioneth Liberal Association, the chair was taken by Mr. J. Jones Morris. Present on the platform were Dr. R. D. Evans, Captain Lewis Edwards, Rhuddlan; Captain William A. Evans, Llys Meddyg; M.rs. Carey Evans, Miss Bessie Evans, Mrs. Price White, Bangor; and Mrs. D. White Phillips. Letters were read from Alderman Wi liam Owen and Sir Osmond Williams, Bart., regretting inability to be present; and on the proposition of the Chairman, a vote of sympathy was passed with Mr. Wil iam Owen in his illness. Mr. Herbert Lewis, par iamentary secretary of the Board of Education, was the first speaker. Mr. H. Lewis said he was present on behalf of the Government and with the approval of Mr. H. Haydn Jones, M.P. for the county. He 'I spoke highly of Mr. Haydn Jones, especially in matters of education. Mr. Lloyd George was, is, and will be always, a true Liberal. The Coalition Government passed tiie most liberal measures ever passed in the history of Britain. He was proud to have been able n the House of Commons to carry through a very important I measure regarding pub)'c libraries, which was going to feed the public with the milk of wis- dom and make children thrive bodi y and ment- ally. The Enfranchisement Bill passed during the session was the most Liberal measure passed. Continuation schools were going to be a blessing to the community. He did not like the term master, there was not enough brotherhood about it. He had not the proper Welsh word for employer. Employers at Leeds were ppving children who attended continua- tion schools their ful1 wages. The Education Bill was the most perfect measure ever intro- duced and passed through the Houses of Par- liament, and was going to prove the greatest of all blessings. Wales would receive an addi- tional C100,000 annually 'n grants, and in a short time Wales would receive from 2700,000 to E800,000 in grants. The Government has not yet been credited with that. There was much more talk about 2!d. blessings than of the 2 great good things that had been given to the country. He was proud to say that the Prime Minister promised to vote another C50,000 for the benefit of the universities. (Cheers). The empire had gained tremendously by the Peace Treaty. The great wrong done for 150 years or more had been righted. The banner of peace had been hoisted over unfortunate Poland, and Britain had been saved from the jaws of the most cruel efrnemy history had known. More measures had been passed during the ses- sion than during any other session in history. Better facilities had been given to the build- ing trade and road transports, but men must not expect a new earth and a new heaven by return of post. Much had been done for gener- ating electric power. That great bless'ng was only in its infancy, and the country would benefit much through it in the near future. (Hear, hear). Great Britain nad kept that large continent, India, peaceful for hundreds of years and had sent the Gospe' of Christ into the darkest spots of the world. If Mr. Lloyd George's liquor trade scheme had been adopted many years ago half of the pur. houses and drinking places would hare been closed for ever, and the drink traffic would have been strangled; but the drink problem now's stronger and wealthier than ever. But Mr. IJoyd George had saved a part of the cargo of the ship under his command und 1 succeeded in lessening drinking hours from fifteen hours to five and a half hburs a day. The Prime Minister Was strong for Wales to have home rule. He was the man who could make the dreams of nations rea ities. Such were the dangers before the country, and its people could not afford division into parties The Coalition Government was the best Gov, jrnment posrfble in the circumstances, and ihat was Mr. Lloyd George's reason for keep- ing the parties together. In the far futir 0 the historian would praise Mr. Lloyd George's. work and show his great and noble spirit, nnd readers of that time would feel angry with the present generation for not being loyal to I liim, even in his own be:oved count:y—Wales He had steered the ship of State through the < worst storm the world had ever seen. The waves were not yet still, and tiie ship was not i yet in harbour. It was, however, stil afloat, and 'the captain was supported he would bring the great ship into the haven. Luden- dorff acknowledged how great a man Lloyd George is, and his own fellow countrymen ought to be ashamed if they did not loyally support him. He (the speaker) dai y thanked heaven for heroes like Hedd Wynn," who bled on the altar of righteousness and for the light that cannot be extinguished. Mr, Towyn Jones, M.P., junior lord of the Treasury, also de ivered an eloquent specch. He said that Asquith, Balfour, Bonar Law, etc., were mountains, but Mr. Lloyd George was far above them and bad its clear head :n the iglit. He was the Snowdon of the hills, the I Himalaya of all the political mountains. The following resolution was proposed by Mr J. D. Davies and seconded by Mr. R. E. Jones:—" This meeting recognises the immense difficulties of the work of reconstruction in irary department of national lite and observes th appreciation the great efforts which Majesty's Government and Parliament are do- ing to deal with the legislative problems re- quiring solution; and assures the Government of ite support." The proposition was agreed to unanimously. Mr. Hugh Jones proposed a vote of ihanb. to the speakers, which Mr. J. Cadwaladr seoonded, and on the proposition of Mr Herbert Lewis, seconded by Mr. Towyn Jones, a vote of thanks was accorded to the Chairman.
Towyn Governors. TEACHERS' SALARIES. Towyn School Governors met on Friday when Mr. John Lloyd presided. A dscussion arose about. the purchase of an army hut to be erected as an annexe to the school..and Mr. Maethlon James reported that those huts he saw at Frcmgoch, Bala, were not suitable- On this subject a letter was read from Mr. Jones Hughes suggesting that the Governors should make a strong bid for the old school at Aberllefenni which the County Education Committee were will- ing to sell.-M,r Maethlon James said that Aberllefemni were anxious to secure the building for themselves and he had been approached to try and get the Governors not to bid against them.—The Headmaster (Mr. T. Jones) said the Education Committee had dee ded to sell the bui'ding to the highest i bidder. The Aberllefenni people bid C70 and Governors bid £80, so it was now finally settled that the Governors should have the building. He did not see that Aberlefenni could blame them for taking it. It was originally bought by the county ffcw edu- cational purposes at Trawsfynydd, and then moved to Aberllefenni.-It was decided that the C'erk draw out a cheque for the purchasa feionev and forward it to Mr. Barnett. INCREASES FOR THE TEACHERS. The Clerk read correspondence on the pro- ject for a scale of salaries for County School teachers.—The Headmaster said that some of the count es had adopted a scale of salaries for secondary school teachers. Merionethshire had not done so and it was causing a littla unrest. A meeting was had at Dolgelley of ihe teachers and a resolution was carried to ^he effect that the conference strongly recom- mended the governing bodies to adopt a departmental scale of salaries. The resolu- tion was ultimately sent to governing bodies who were invited to send representatives to a conference of govern'ng bodies Carnarvon- shire had already got a departmental scale and salaries. In .this county Blaesiau Fes- tiniog had made a move in the way of increases and so had Bala. The only diffi- culty in the way was the money to pay them. It had to come from somewhere. So far the teaehe-s in Towyn School had been very quiet. and seemed satisfied, but this commotion had created a certain amount of unrest. What- ever happened they wanted their school to baw fair nlav. If. the Carnarvonshire scsle applied to the school, all but two in the scbfwVI (those emeaged in advanced work) would be effected. The increased salaries in this l\T'p'icfttion would reach from E10 to £110. The increases would in the large" figure be spread over a period of four years. It was a fact that the salaries would have to be in- creased whether they liked it or not.-Mr. M. James said that according to & rough esti- mate by Mr. Barnett, the. increase would re- aiiire a sum of about M,000 without the salaries of the supplementary teachers.—The Chairman: I think we should try and get the money for the increases from the Government and not from the county.—Mr. Wi'liams: It will be a big cost to the county.—The Chair- man: The cost is sure te fall on the rate- payers and the rates are heavy enough now. We must call on the Governmentf for the extra cost.—Mr. Maethlon James: If the cost of the proposed increases comes to E29,000 it will mean Is. 4d. on the rates.—The Chair- man: Woud it be possible to get seme of te monpy by adding to the school fees?— The Headmaster said they were the only. school in the county where they enforced tha school fees. They were not particular about the fees at the Festiniog School.-Mr. Maeth- Ion James remarker1 that incidental'y they paid for keeping the Peaftiiog School going, —The Chairman: No wonder they raise the so easily.—Mr. Jones Hughes and Mr. Williams were appototed to attend the coa. ference. C.W.B. EXAMINATIONS. T^e Headmaster said the Central Welsh Board, in conjunction with the Board of Eduction, was discontinuing the j a Ivor ex- amination after this year, and were intending to have only the senior and higher work. He suTwested that they should finish with the junior at once, as it was not worth whila going on.—This was agreed to. SCHOOL WAR MEMORTAL. Th.- Headmaster reportec| that in the School Magazine he was making an appeal to the "old boys" on behalf of the School War Memorial. It was suggested that the mem- orial should take the form of (1) a tablet (with the names of the fall heroes) to be erected in the Central Hall: and (2), a "leaving scholarship" to enable boys leaving the school to go in for higher work. A good many boys cn "eaving school had not the means neces- sary to go in and the scholarship was in- tended to he In in this direction. Out of the 2.000 old scholars which the school boasted, a la-ge number had lost their lives and there was a strong feei ng that something should be di ie in the way of a memorial. One of the old boys Had promised to contribute ClO.- The Governors approved of the schema.
Festiniog Sessions. OUT OF WORK DOLE. Thursday, before Alderman W. P. Evans in tile chair; J. Vaughan Williams, R. T. Wil- liams, J. Griffith, Richard Jones, and Wm. Jones, Esqrs. iir. Gutnrie Jones, Dolgelley, on 1),-balf of the Ministry of Labour, charged William Georgo Danie.s, ex-soldier, Dorvil-street, with haviug attempted to obtain out of work dona- tion from the Employment Exchange and for Having wadel a false declaration as to his last employer.-Tiie Manager of the Labour Exchange gave evidence which was confirmed by his two clerks, and wh ch the accused partly admitted. He said in answer to Mr. Guthrie Jones that he was discharged in May land went to L echwedd Quarries to work as a! j labourer. He found the work to be too hard > for him a3 he was suffering from the effects of poison gas. Afterward he went to work as stone-breaker at Cefnbychan Granite Quarry for twelve days only in September, from the 18th to the 30th, and left the place without notice, nor did he state to the Manager or the clerks of the Labour Exchange that he had been working there at all, as he thought it was not ncoessary and gave the name of Llechvvedd Quarry as his last employer which j was 'ncorrect.—Mr. R. Griffith (Messrs. George and George) defended.—Defendant confessed, in cross-examination by Mr. Guthrie Jones, that he observed the card and read the declaration on his out of work policy, as well as cn the coupon at the Exchange.—The Bench found a true case against tint; but as it was the first case of its kind in the locality they dealt with it as leniently as possible, adding a warning against a rcpcu tiou of the offence by defendant or other es-soldicrs. The maximum fine was JE20 or three months im- prisonment: but defendant would be lined £1. Mr. Lewis H. Williams, divisional food inspector, charged J. Tudor Owen, C.C., Church-street, Festiniog, "wholesale grocer as described on his billheads, of having over- charged Mr. Owen Daves, Post Office, ranj- grisiau, a fellow tradesman, for six dcaen two pound jars of jain. One class of jam was to be .old wholesale for re-selling at. Is. 8d., for which Owen charged Davies Is. 9d., and the other ciass to be sold at Is. 7d., Is. 9d. He thus made 10s. 6d. on the consignment, therrfo.e depriving hit fellow tradesman of rP38o;Jllùk profit on retailing the -,oods.j, T. Owen conducted his own case, and stated that he conferred a favour in giving Mr. Davies the jam when it was so scarce in the market, and that consequently be ngntly cli'm-d a share in tho profits. Mr. Davies used to buv from him potatoes, salt, etc., at wholesale prices, and he thought the jatn con- signment was on the same Uafe.s,- -Tlio Bench impose;] a fine of £ 2. An Ex-soldier was fined 50s. to, having u>ed indecent lauguaga ^1C fendunt was fined 5s. for udmg p eye e °TheS*W Inspector charged David Williams fanner, with having failed to Sr^c e two occasions which aftcrwaids lie <u 3ml used himself. In- having no licence or P' sion to deal in dead meat. H was ascertained that he sold three d'flMrcnt lots to relatives. A line of Cl 16s. was_iinpos>jnchidwg_co^>.
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Journalist's Visit to Cardigan Coast. ENTERTAINED AT PWLLHELI AND PORTMADOC. On Friday a. party of pressmen vetting the CJ J ml) i an Cbasu, under the auspices cf the C mbra.n Resorv; Associat:on, was welcomed at Portnuidoo 'and Pwlheli. The party rea,ch,d Portmadoc about two o'clock in the afternoon and aft-es- a mctor tour through the Pass of Aberglaslyn to Bc-ddgc'ert and down to Bortliygest were entertained at the Queen's Hotca by the Urban Council and the Town Improvement Association. Mr D. I/ewelyn Hughes, J.P., chairman of Portma-doc C-)un,-ii extended a welcome to the jQurn&Lsi's and also to Mr Warwick and Mr E. JODt; representing Cambrian Railways Com- pany, and to Mr Vaughan, managing director oi Fcstiniog Railway. The Cambrian Rail- way was noted fer the courtuy of its offic.a's and al-o for the splendid service they gave to the district. He heartily welcomed i;he press men into tha district and bcped that they would be favourably impressed by the unique scenery. (App'ause.) Mr. Jonathan Davie-, J.P., chairman of the Town Improvement Association, sad that fav- oured by such splendid weather it was qte unnecessary for him to rpeak of the bea.uty of the place as a winter resort. It was not a new expedience fer residents cf the d.,rict to have a week n December without a cloud in the sky. A small i la/nd was in view through the window, called Ynys Madoc. It was frsm that island in the fourte ntth cen- t-ury a man called France Madoc sailed and disve.red Aii-icr-lea- So that a Welshman from Portmadoc was the discoverer of America. That wa.; only one cf a great many things of interest connected with the place. Ho hearty welcomed the guests to the Cam- brian Coast and (specially to the GatcJ cS Snowdonia. (Applause.) Mr Jeffs, "Christian World," in ra pond:ng, said after hearing that a Portmadoc man was the disooverer eX Amcrica he thought ijie next claim would bo that some one from Portmadoo was tha discoverer ef the Garden, of Eden. (Laughter.) Mr Jeffs added that he and his pres companions were enchanted wikji the scenery—azid the splendid weather they bad experienced at Portmadoc. They had bt'eD given a wonderfully good time and hoped to do something to send other people to enjoy the splend-d scefierv and pure a'r. (Hear, hear). Mr. Ship of the "Staffordshire SenUncI, and Mr. Taverner of the "Daily News," Man- chester also spoke. In response to he Chairman, Mr. Warwick for the Cambrian Railway;, thanked the Chairman, for his kind remarks, stating that the Company always tried its best to serve the district m tho best possible way. H. warmly thanked them for the splcadld recep- tion gtvon to the party. Mr Vaughan of the Festiniog Railway thanked the party for visiting the distr ct, and said the scenery was second to man* -.n Eng- land. He was delighted to bay. the oppor- tunity of making the visit as pleasant as pessi-bce. (Applauscv). Mr. H. Pierce Jones in, proposing a vote of t'hanks to the Chairman, sa.id Portmadoc and the district were ideal wiDter resorts. They never suffered from any ep jdemic, and the climate during the winter was very mild. Mr Llew Davies, J.P., in seconding, ^aid he did his best to bring the charms of the dis- trict to the notice of the great world outside by establishing the Town Improvement Association. There was a record number of visitors last summer, and he hoped the Gate d Snowck>nia, as tho place was known, would soon becomC1 a popular winter resort. The party then left by special train for 'wllheiit AT PWLLHELI At PwllheJi the Pressmen were entertained ( ,o dinner at the West End HotcQ by the Mayor Mr Richard Roberts) members of the TowJ8 Souncri, and Mr. W. Cradoc Davies, town Jerk. Tno Mayor in giving the toa-st of the "King, uecu, and the Royal Family," said the King deserved thc- r sympathy after the Liperieoce of the past few years. They were all proud of the King-, and especially off the Prince of Wales, who had c.-cavid a new name for himself during his recent visit to Canada and the United S -ate^. (The toast was drunk with musical honours). The Mayor Jin, giving the tcskst of the "Journalists and the Cambrian Railways representatives'' extended a hearty wa'.coine to the guebts. It was very k nd of them to come to so remote a part.-(V oies "No, no, it's not remote") hut he hoped they would make favourable reports of the place. Pwllheli was oomfng more to tli!,i front, and ;ti the summer wpo; getting more vis-tors than oould be put up; but it also had its charms as a. winter r 'sort, and wanted to bring those oiafms to. the notice of the tourist public. Pwllheli was rather difficult to pronounce, and once upon a time the Mayor of RwUheIi when attending i&ie Lord Mayor's banquet in Lon- don was placed among tiie f-'rtigncrs. (Laugh- ter.) Having visited tho old town at the worst time of the yaar as regards weather, he hopel tobe vteat>ors could honestly recomm'lnd it as a good winter resort, and that they would enjoy; themselves during the visit. (AppIanise). Dr. R. Jones Evans (chairman of the Advertising Committee) welcomed the guests, and sad he WIlG glad they had v-iifced PwU- heli this time of the year so as to emphasise Pwllheli as an ideaJ winter resort. Though remcl.es, it was very pretty and1 vewy heaithq. PW.tlieli could bQa;:t cf its reputation as a health resort. As a native he could speak from experience, of the efficiency of the sanit- ary arrangements and the perfection of the wat?r supply. Therq was never any sarions epidesnic, and the rate of infantile mortality was very low. Mr T. J. Houghton Davids, said it was a ptty the journalists were no; visiting- the town in summer to w what a lovely Litle place I- i-ryl uf e|ijoyiccnt tror vwitars, including PwUhelii -was. Thero were facilities for every golf, fishing driving-, etc. As a proof of the mild climate he couid shew a great variety of roses bioomeig his garden that, day. and it was a ojmmoti- expcrienco for people to have a. natural rose in their buttonhole at Christ- inas. Mr R. Albert Jones sail at pwmd the greatest discovery of the century wac mide. It was Pwillieii Ob;tt d*co-\ered tho Pr-mo M-nisttf, the greatest man in th world. Mr Jones spoke o.f some of the sp'endid scenery of the district.. and hoped the jou;nal<5ts would belp to make the town and distrct better known. Dr. Sheltoo Jones as a medioal man, sa;d the only fault of Pwllheli was th a. it was too healthy. (Laughter). An epidemifc seldom occurred. Plants thai are. grown in hot- houses In England, gr <w out of doors at Pwllheli. Dr Shelton Joneo referred to the necessity of having a cover ov-ir the platform .Flo as to give a. better first impression of the place. He visited an tho watering places in England during the war, and fouud no place 'o bo compared witil Pw:lh<u: as a winter resort, Mr. W. Cradoo Davies said 't was too late to make"ihr! visit any good for the present wimter, but the j0UlT.a.L,,s could hr:Jp in send- "Ug more visitors in the ear'y_ part of n<txt Seascn. As rnasiy as »:ouM be accommodated camo in J aly, August and the first weeks in Sep^ mber. Speeding- of the virtues of the place as a winter resorts. Mr Dav;L'S said that Invalids who had been to the South of France tor years without advantage had "recovered at Pwlihe'i tn one winter. The! place had a peeuifia• combnattfdi of sea and mouniaiu air, stid the beach was on.* of- tha safest in the kingdom. I Mr. Jeffs, in responding, said wit}, jcurneihsts as a rale the pen was read-er than the tongue. ™ H« wa>s impressed more, with he winter m botiifii*! of Cardigan Bay than with the summer scenew. He lic-ped to do sometlmg to bring the attraction of the We-Vh Coart to the notice u1 others. (Applause). .Mr. Taverner said every town tlrty had v.stted hud sonic special charms and a great variety of scenery. The tramway system at all if the Cambrian Company had not pro- viatil it. (Applause). Mr. Ship a'so spoke. The Mayor said t,h,. town was very much indebted to the Cambrian Railways fc)' the-r effortc ill providing truvelliiig faeilit-e-. Pwll- heli w'-u'el have been without- any railway a.t all if *he Cambrian company had not provided it Mr Warwick thanked the Mayor and Cor- poration ¡lOr their licsp 'ial)lc: reception ef the party. He was glad the, town wa.3 "attisfied with the tra-n service l;U;t summer, and hoped to secure as good if not better service next summer. (Applause). The maip object- of the waa to attract more visitors in winter, &aHl the Cambrian Railways would assist them in every poss'blo way. Mr. r. E. Young, manager of the West End Estate said Ml*. Andrews wanxious to operate with the town, in advertising "be place other forms of en'fertmuueni were piven d-umg tho evening- by Mr Pryrl- drrc-h Will'.ami, Mr. T..1. Williams and Mr R On SwJrday ijir- party mot/vn-o thrcugh No-iin, Sani. Atersoch, nd v s^tcd the Art Gallery at LlaaboJiog, i-nd loft by sp^ci-J triCn about 12 noen for Lor/lcji. t
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