Ð. Williams ex Co. Ltd. I Wine & Spirit Merchants, 334, HIGH STREET, BANGOR. ESTABLISHED 96 YEARS. Telephone, 188. Telegrams, Old Viults.
D. Williams & Co. Ltd. Wine & Spirit Merchants, 334, HIGH STREET, BANGOR. ESTABLISHED 96 YEARS. Telephone, 188. Telegrams, Old VnolU- k
COUNTY I L THEATRE -BANGOR I Lowest Prices and Best Programmes in N. Wales. I To-night at 7-30 p.m. i and to-morrow, Saturday, at 2-30 p.m. & 7-30 p.m. THE SPOILERS By RF.X BEACH. STINGAREE By R. W. HORNFNG (Author of RAFFLES.M| I NEXT WEEK—MONDAY TO WEDNESDAY, rè; THE BELOVED VAGABO-NRD I-oni tl,e r il. 1. J. Loc" F'rech fficial GUNS M UN I T ION S (t™d) FlIms, U( :icne" Showing what the Women of France are doing for their Country. THURSDAY TO SATURDAY, George Leyton in a Great Patriotic Film, linking the Past and Present, THE BOYS OF THE OLD BRIGADE, And a further instalment of our most successful Serial STINGAREE. MATINEES EVERY WEDNESDAY & SATURDAY AT 2-30 P.M. I POPULAR I STALLS OR CIRCLE PIT OR GALLERY PICTURE '?". ,'? T*.—— —— PRICES 6d. ld.T«. Id. Tax. OORNER FDICTUREDRONE. Proprietor W. LEE. Week commencing MONDAY, APRIL 2nd. Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday: Ouida's Masterpiece in Four Acts, "STRATHMORE." Also 4th Episode "MARY PAGE." SPECIAL MATINEE WEDNESDAY, at 2.30. Thursday, Friday and Saturday: "AN ENG- LISHMAN'S HONOUR," exclusive to the Pic- tured-ro-n,o. Also 4th Episodic "RED CIRCLE," Pathe's Mystery Serial. GOOD FRIDAY: TWO PERFORMANCES, 2.30 and 7.30—Special Suitable Programmes. In addition to above we have a change for Wednesday, and another for Friday. Children under 14 not admitted unless aooom- Paniod by an. adult, except at Matinees. Popular Prices. 3d,.6d, and 9d, not including War Tax. Soldiers admitted at Half price. Doors open 7. Commence at 7.30. i ■ ■ 11 —— 1ST YOU SHOULD USE The New. Patent 4 John Bull Damp Preveutor & Extractor which is guaranteed under the sum of f-50 to PREVENT & EXTRACT DAMPNESS From all kinds of Furniture, Cupboards, Drawers, Wardrobes, &c., and is very specially recommended for Pianos, Player-Pianos, Organs and Harmoniums in Houses & Churches. THE J. B." ABSORBER Prevents Sticky Notes and Rusty Wires in your Piano or Organ keeps them much longer in Tune, and, above all, IT LIGHTENS THE TOUCH. By protecting your valuable Furniture against dampness, you keep them from being Worm-eaten. A Tin or two of this wonderful preparation should be fixed in every Piano, Organ, and all valuable furniture. It is used in the World's Greatest Laboratories. Always insist on having J. B." ABSORBER. Sold in Tins at 10d and 1/6 each. If your dealer cannot supply you, stnd direct for sample Tin to G. D ROBERTS & Co., Manufacturers, 21, High St., CARNARVON EVANS & ROBERTS, IRONMONGERS Birketts' Stores, BANGOR. SMOOTHA ELECTRIC IRONS. The most unique Electric Iron ever made. It Will appeal to every lady at once. PORCELAIN HEAT INSULATING HAXDLE. SPECIFICATION. I"ANDLE. -Designed to five plenty of space tOP PLATE.-Vitrious White Enamelled, radiating very little heat to the hand. and always looking clean and nice. Uf OF.-Nickle- plated and polished, with all sharp corners rounded off. LoadinX. Price. Weight Loading- Price. 41biL 1/5 unit 10/6 OUR TERMS ARE 3/- ill the I. £10 to £1000 1 I. Special War Loans on I Note of Hand only Get an advance from us and avoid Heavy Charges. A liberal com- mission paid for introduction of business. We pay off EXISTING LOANS. Midland* Advance Co., Ltd 28. Deansgate. Manchester. & at 16. Lord St.. b pool. (Tel. 4078 City) Re HANNAH MARIA DONELLEY. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all Credi- tors and otiter persona having any claims against the estate of the above HANNAH MARIA DONELLEY, deceased, late of the Crescent Upper Bangor in the County of Carnar- von who died on the 2nd day of March 1917, are hereby required to send particulars in writ- ing of their claims to us the undersigned on behalf of the Executors of the Will of the above decreased on or before the 20th day of APRIL, 1917. Dated this 29bh day of March, 1917. RUMSEY WILLIAMS and JONES, Solicitors for the Executors Of the above named deceased. 239, High-street, Bangor. o THE LATE MRS. MARGARET JONES, OF ERW FAIR, LLANFAIR. P.G., AND TY SOLATli, ABERGELE, DECEASED. A LL Persons indebted to, or having Claims I aguinat the Deceased's Estate, are request- ed to communicate, before the 12th April next with MR THOS. PRICHARD. Llwydiarth Ei>goh, Llanerchymedd, R.S.O., 22nd March, 1917. c1 CARNARVONSHIRE EDUCATION COMMITTEE. f I VIE Entrance Scholarship Eyamination will he held at the various County Schools on FRIDAY, APRIL 27th, 1917. Candidates should send in their names at once to the Clerka to the Local Governing Bodies. EVAN R. DAVIES, Education Offices, Secretary of Education. Carnarvon, March 27th, 1917. PRIFYSGOL CYMRU. UNIVERSITY OF WALES. THE THIRTY-THIRD MATRICULATION EXAMINATION will commence on MON- DAY, JUNE 25th, 1917. Particulars may be obtained from the Registrar, University Registry, Cathays Park, Cardiff, from whom forms of entry can be obtained.—Application for Entry Forms must be made not later than MONDAY, MAY 28th. I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that after this date M I shall not be responsible for any debts incurred by my wife, Mary Catherine Evans. Evan Evans, College, Llansadwrn. Maroh 29th, 1917. o FINANCIAL. NO PRELIMINARY FEES. Money Lent Privately IN LARGE OR SMALL SUMS (not less than 210). On Simple Promissory Note. ESTABLISHED FORTY-SIX YEARS AND NOW LENDING Upwards of 980,000 Annually PROSPECTUSES, Terms of Advances, or any information desired, will be rupplied free of charge on application, either personally.or by letter, to George Payne & Sons, 3, Crescent Road, Rhyl. IMMEDIATE LOANS. WE MAKE NO CHARGE WHATEVER UNLESS CASH IS ADVANCED. London & Provinces.Discount Co. LIMITED, <4. LONDON ROAD, LEICESTER. ADV ANCES from B10 to £1000 on NOTE of HAND ALONE, or other Security, to all respectable classes. If uesired, & Representative will attend at your home with the CMh, and carry out the advance THERE antd h THEN. and carry out the advance Call, or write (in confidencel to the Manager, G. K. HOWE, s4, LoNDot4 ROAD. LEICESTER. I LOWEST INTEREST IN THE COUNTRY. No Fees. 210 to L5000 No Bonds. B10 repay 211. JE50 repay C55. £20 repay £ 22. £100 repay £110. Bil6 of Sale or Loans paid off and increased. L. LIVINGSTONE (Tel. 3071 City), HOPE CHAMBERS. 107. MARKETST.. MANCHESTER, w Furnishing! 'iProblemh |—Solved.— j LJOW can I increase the pur- I chasing power of every pound which I am about to spend on Furniture ? The solution of that problem will be found in our free catalogue and our Showrooms. While we only supply artistic, sturdily-built furniture, our perfect manufacturing nnd se ling organisation enables us to quote prices that are much below those charged elsewhere for the same articles. No matter whether you Furnish for Casll ous- Convenient iPipnttptwl your money will go farthest if you purchase from us. Facts worth noting. We allow 2/- in the A discount for Cash. Payments can be arranged to suit Customers' convenience. No objectionable agreements to sign. Every Article manufactured under our own 8 direct control and supervision. We pay carriage tO all parts. Goods delivered in Private Vans. Every Furnishing Requisite supplied. Good Value and Mtt?ed C.mers account for the phenomenal growth of our business. Guarantee ?' unhesitatingly ??M??MKtC?* refund the price of any article that does not gtve ablute satisfaction. ajijcfe that does not I j 9V Write or on 11 for Catalogue. M IGLOBEI Furnishing Go. (J. R. GRANT, Proprietor). Pembroke Place, LIVERPOOL. Business Hours 8 to 8. Early Closing, Saturday 1 p.m. Railway Fare AliowecS. BORROW from an OLD-ESTABLISHED BWFLL-KNOWN FIRM, noted for Honest Dealings. £10 to £1000 ADVANCED DAILY to all Classes worthy of Credit on NOTE OF HAND ALONE. INTEREST THE LOWEST IN ENGLAND AND WALES. NO FEES. NO SURETIES. 210 from 2s 6d weekly. P,20 from 4s weekly. JE50 ,,63 „ £ 100 „ 15s „ Special Low Rates Charged for Short Period Loans. Call, Write, or 'Phone (2975 City), in strictest confidence, to Actual Lender, H HARRIS. 71, MARKET-STREET, MANCHESTER. MONEY LENT, £ 20 to L5000. BUSINESS i ARRANGED BY POST. Ladies and Gentlemen can borrow from us on their own Personal Signature. LOWEST RATE OF IN- TEREST. Convenient Payments Monthly or Quarterly. Existing Loans with othN Firms paid off. DEAL WITH GENUINE LENDERS. Avoid paying heavy rates and expenses. Apply to SAMUELS and CO.. 5, JOHN DALTON STREET, MANCHESTER. A FRIEND In NEED 18 a FRIEND INDEED. E20 to Clooo ADVANCED promptly to Ladies and Gentle. AL men, Traders, Clergymen, Doctors, Farm- org, and all Persons worthy of Credit. Terms arranged to suit Borrower's convenience or as "follows:— J620 Loan from £015 0 monthly. £ 50 Loan from 21 10 0 monthly. £100 Loan from j33 0 0 monthly. No Fees. No Sureties. No Red. Tape. Apply to-day, in strict confidende, to Actual Lender, L S I M A N S 92, MARKET-ST., MANCHESTER. Tel. 2342 City. REALISING the necessity among the Pro- fessional, Commercial, and Farming Classes of an Institution where CONFIDENTIAL finan- cial assistance can be obtained, without recourse to the customary money-lender's routine, we in- vite applications from £ 20 to £5000. Repa.yment can be extended over -any period, and the in- terest we guarantee to be lees than that charged by other firms. NO SECURITY REQUIRED. —FOULKES, LTD., 5, BOLD-ST., LIVER- POOL. Telegrams, "PRIVACY." Tel. 3651 Royal. u NORTH WALES CHRONICLE." Cheap Prepaid Advertising Rates. "PERSONS WANTED," "TO LET," "FOR SALE," "LOST AND FOUND," Etc. Number of NUMBER OF INSERTIONS. Words. 1. 3. 6. 13. 18 Words 1 3 2 6 4 0. 7 6 30 „ 1 9 3 6 6 0 11 6 40 „ 2 3 4 6 8 0 15 6 50 „ 2 9 5 6 10 0 18 6 60 „ 3 0 6 0 11 0 20 6 7) to 3 3 6 6 12 0 22 6 3d and 6d extfa (according to number of inser- tions) if replies are to be addressed to the Office. o WING to the grea.t expense in booking and —— applying for small amounts, no Advt. will be inserted unless accompanied by a rfettiittanee. BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, .DEATHS, AND MEMOUIAM ftOjlCES, 2a 6d for four lines* 3d «ctch extptt luine. Refuge Assurance Company, Ltd. Y Chief Office OXFORD STREET, MANCHESTER. EXTRACT FROM THE ANNUAL REPORT FOR THE YJAR ENDING 31st DECEMBER, 1916. ORDIN Any BRAKeH.-The number of Policies issued during the year was 32,660 aasuiring the sum of 22.829,279 lis Bd, and producing a yearly renewal Premium 'Income of 9135,047 9s Id. TL" single Broiniums amounted to L596,757 7s Od. The Premium Incozne for the year was ii,871,700 193 4dy baing o.n increase of £309,5-.qs 16a 10d, us compared wjith the- previous year. The increase in the Premium Iuoome-cxdudmg single premiums— amounted to £37,410 6. lei, when contrasted with the previous year. The amount paid in respect of Claims WM £ 11- .904 14s .8J. INDUSTRIAL BRA TK.—The Premium in-, ooni for the year amounted to Z2,337,087 lgs 3d, being an increase of .4.454 143 3d over the previous* year. Tho amount paid in respect of Claims was £ 1,173,288 fa OLI_ The a.g-gregate Pretv^ un Income of both Branches for the year was C4,208,788 17s 7d, showing an increase of £¡;ó3,843 lis Id over the previous year. The Premium Income in respect to both Branches excluding Single Premiums— represeivbs an increase of 1;91,865 03 4d, when contrasted with the previous year. The total amount of Claims PO¡d in both Branches since iiio establishment of the Com- pany is £ 23,953,984 Eb 20. The total funcli of the Company a.mount to 213,728,&% 173 3d, representing an increase during the year of £1,467,949 1% 6d. General Balance Sheet of the Refuge Assurance Company Limited for the Year ending 31st December. 1916. LIABILITIES. B a. d. Shareholders' Capital, paid up 300,000 0 0 Ordinary Branch Assurance Fund 9,536,854 7 5 Ordinaly Branch Investments Re- servo Fu-n d 0 Industrial Branch Assurance Fund 3,176,972 9 10 Industrial Branch InvesLmönte Reserve Fund 70*003 0 0 £ 13,723,836 173 £ d. Mortgagee on Piv>perty .wStiiLn the United Kingdom 1,934,911 18 0 Loans on Parochial and other Public Ratea 712.455 3 2 Do. Life Iritereeta 8,000 0 0 Do. Reversions 10,151 13 8 Do. Stocks and Shares 19,254 5 2 Do. Company's Policies within their Surrender Values I,?v0,810 0 0 INVESTMENTS: Deposit with the Hig*h Court ( £ 25,000 3 per cent. India Stock) 20,766 J2 6 British Government Securities 2,121,403 15 10 Municipal and -County Secwi tics, United Kingdom 294,886 18 8 Indian and Colonial Govewi-. ment Securities 535,618 12 0 I Do. Provincial do. 1.52,752 9 2 Do. Municipal dio. 347,386 9 0 Foreign Government Seouritiea Y.15,27ó 2 8 ) ',vcuri t i ?ea W5, 'Z76 2 8 1 Do. Provincial do 10, 103 12 6 ¡ Do. Mumicip? do. 202,8W 15 2 ASSETS—Continued £ II. d. Railway and other Debentures and Debenture Stocks-Homo and Foreign 3,267,762 13 7 Railway and other Preference and Guaranteed Stocks 392,527 14 4 Do. and other Ordinary Stocks 35,196 2 6 Rent Charges. 68,248 18 0 Freehold Ground Rente 9,812 12 3 House and Office Property 931,843 12 11 AgelltW Balances 70,404 9 6 Outstanding Pre- miums .£3-64,82J 3 Q Less Abatement to provide ipite)- alia, for Losa of Re- venu.e occa- T eionoo by the operation of the Courts (E m e r genoy Powers) Aot, 1914 .£156,003 0 8 —————— 208,736 2 4 Do. Interest. Dividends, and Rents (less Income Tax) 19,825 17 1 Interest accrued but not payable (less Income Tax) 107,773 0 7 ,C,ks-a On Deposit 312,500 0 0 In hand and on Current Account 109,770 3 4 Furniture and Fixtures 57,767 3 4 £ 13,728,836 17 3 PHILIP SMITH 4- 1 JAMES S. PROCTOR ¡¡.- cctovs. 0 R. WM. OivF.EN, C f<hu att man. J. PROCTOR GREEN, V HENRY THORNTON,} W. H. ALDCROFT, F.I.A. JNO. T. THORNTON } ? ?"'?<?'? ROBERT MOSS, Secretary., We report that we have audited the foregoing Balance Sheet and have obtained all the in- formation and explanations we have required. In ouT opinion the said Balance Sheet is properly drawn up so <? to exhibit a true a?d oo?rieot view of the state of the Company's affairs according to the best of our information and the explaaiutions given to UB end as shewn bv the B. of th? Company. We have fcxs-niiried the Oash transactions .(Receipts and Payments) affecting the Aooounts of the Company s Assets and Investments for the year ending 31st December, 1916, and we find the same in good order and property vouched. We have also examined the Deeds and otharapounttes representjing ihe Assets and Investment stated in the foregoing Balanoe Shoot and we certify tha,t they reaieiiied in the Compaii/9 pcBaeeaion and safe custody on the olst of Deoember, 1916. T. WALTON, F.C.A } !tuditQrs Manch?atcr, 20th February, 1317. H. B. WALTON F.C.A. } -????cr?. (WALTO", WATTS & Co., Chartered Accountants). LOCAL DISTRICT- OFFICES AND SUPERINTENDENTS. MR W. -R. IIARKER, "Angorfa," Oadna-nt Park, Conway. MR E. KENDRICK, 59, Hicrh-street, Bangor MR R. T. ROBERTS, 18, Maeefcyfryd-roadi, Holyliead. MR W., J. REES, 45, Aqufiri am-atr»vot, Rliyl. MR J. ROBER'I'S, 10, Saiein-t-r.caoe, Pwllheli. INSPECTOR: Mr Jabcz PeareK. "Scfton Ohambeiis," Wliiteohapol, and Lord-etreet' Liverpool. COMMERCIAL VEHICLES. Horse or Motor Drawn—being in constant use need constant care. FOR ALL REPAIRS, PAINTING. J. & R. ROBERTS, C<BODY MOTOR Old Museum I BANGOR BODY BUILDERS, W 'Established Quarter of a Century CITY LIVERY-GARAGE has for H? English 6 Seate C?" !T- Y kLlIVV ERY 1 G?A?Rr?A?G?E C. Landaulettes, and English Tourm¡ Cars by the best makers. Decorated Cars for Weddings. Fourteen years' thoroughly experioncod Oftauaoura. Uaasauaoia ohar^as. PrapriefcoM-. joa,,i Uvs,,i & So,,i. Ring up Tel. No. 194. JONES BROS.' GARAGE, Telephone 143. ??L"CK?? I e Large Advert. ?.?.C. QFF/CML ??/?S. t ? L,.?AJv.rt. MISS OLWEN ROWLANDS, i MISS O;: L.?NDS, 1 GIVES LESSONS IN PIANO ORGAN AND HARMONY. PUPILS successfully prepared for Examinaf JL tiona. CARNARVON VISITED. Tearms on Application. Tawelan. Bangor 1195c. Drapery and Gent's Outfitting. We hold a Good & Varied Stock at prices very considerably' P under those of TO-DAYv Griffith & Hughes, DEVON HOUSE, HIGH STREET, BANGOR. I Business Training School, 245, HIGH STREET. BANGOR. j The best time to join-NOW. — Furniture Remover. HENRY JONES, fRIARS SLATE WORKS, BANGOR, Ia now oarrying on bueineas AS Furniture Remover, Carting Contractor, eta Large Vaag available, and eetunate free on ¡ No Shopping after Six o'clock or between One and Two p.m. daily. JARVIS & FOSTER. BANGOR I Established 102 years. Thone ivi. M. A. CROOKS' DEPOT FOR FIRST-CLASS SERVICE BOOTS FIELD BOOTS. Repairs by Practical Workmen. 222, High Street, Bangor, Menai Bridge. AGENT FOR- The K,op "LOTUS," "DELTA," "SAXONE, J .1. "FOOTGLOVE," -DR. JAEGER'S," "BECTIVE;t ETC., E-IN:, TO FARMERS. _8_8- Produce more food with less men BY USING FARM TRACTORS APPLY TO THE EXPERTS. JONES BROS., 71, HIGH STREET, BANGOR. ^—WIN ii HI—IMJ—■Baa—SAAGAABGA—■^ J. MOUNTFORT, "CRAIGFRYN," GARTH, BANGOR. ecoil JKerehant (ind Wholesale and Retail fiolliery Dealer m Best Drawing-room Coal, Kitchen Coal, Nuts, Slack, I Steam Coal and Coke. 13ast Staffs. Derbyshire and Welsh Coals always in Stock. ?F?" ——————=== ￼ ==== Special QipUtion for 4- T o-i lLs and Trac c Loa d s. A Trial Order is solicited. All Enquiries promptly attended to. J. FLETCHER Ltd. PENDREF MONUMENTAL WORKS BANGOR. fi ALSO AT 4 Victoria Dock, I LARGEST STOCK. I CARNARVON. ? BESI WORKMANSHIP v L.OWEST priced INSPECTION INVITED. ————— —————————— USE Keep your liver active and the small everyday wor- 1 ries and disappointments will not trouble you. It is the mind that makes us happy not our condition of life, and when you keep your stomach healthy, your bowels active, your blood pure by the regular use of Beecham's Pills your mind will always be clear and cheerful. Most of the hardships of life are directly due to disordered digestion. The health of the whole body is affected by the condition of the liver. BEECHAM'S By their gentle purifying action Beecham's Pills accomplish wonder- ful mental and physical changes. They aid digestion and assimilation I and enable you to enjoy the great benefit of the full nutriment in your food. They will keep you free from illness and help you to attain success by giving the mind energy, vigour and determination. They have a direct influence upon your bodily comfort and material welfare, and make living easy. i_— i?LL!? I Sold in boxesp labelled Is,U *nd ?M. M lik.W V ?f?t