1 D. Williams &Co. Ltd. I Wine A Spirit Merchants, I ————————————————— f 334, HIGH STREET, I 11 BANGOR. ESTABLISHED 96 YEARS. Telephone, 188. Telegrams, Old Vault*.
r^OUNTV CQTlN!Y MONDAY TO WEDNESDAY, 14iss Tittell Brune and Mr Julian Royce in Esther Redeemed ( PFAORUFRS.) Episode Two of our New Patriotic British Serial, Boy Scouts-Be Prepared! ALL THE WEEK THE GREAT CHAPLIN REVUE OF 1917, CHASE ME, CHARLIE JN l- IVF. SPASMS, presenting CHARLIE CHAPLIN hi the first Revue ever put on the Screen. A perfect riot of fun &a.d laughter, THURSDAY TO SATURDAY, GRFAT F RBNCH MILITARY DRAMA, THE Mystery tohle Listening Forest Part 7 Pathe's Animated "HISTORY OF THE GREAT WAR.' PAT HE GAZETTE Twice Weekly, and Care- fully Selected Programme. Matinees every Wednesday and Satur- day at 2-30 p.m. Nightly at 7-30 p.m. except Saturdays only at 7 p.m. Special Prices | Q J I £ J this Week Only 9d. 3d. ax. I UU? 2d. Tax. ￼ sST P!6T?RE0?8?E. Proprietor W. LEE. Week commencing MONDAY, NOV. 12th. Monday Tuesday, and WedneEaay. POi',IA CE AND MYSTERY," Pathe s Goki- Rooster Plav (in live parte), Second Episode "PEARL OF THE ARMY." SPECIAL, MATINEE, WEDNESDAY, at 2.30. Thui&rtav, Friday, and Saturday. "THE • MILLIONAIRE PAUPERS" (Trans-AtLantio k Feature, witsh Star Caet), Eleventh of Saiuea, "WHO'S GUILTY?" CHANGE IN ONE-PART DRAMAS AND COMEDIES ON WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY. NOTE REDUCED PRICES: 4d, 5d, 8d (including Tax). All Children must be paid for, and accom- pa.nicd by an Adult. Doors open at 7; commence at 7.30 ST. PATRICK'S HOSPITAL, DUBLIN. In addition to the Main Hospital in James's- Itreet, the Governors have Branch Establishments at St. Ediriiiidsbury, Lucan, standing in a De- mesne of 200 Acres, and provided with every facility for the Curative Treatment of Mental Cases. The Mansion of St. Edmundsbury has been adapted for the Treatment of Ladies, and a Villa lipecially built to accommodate a limited number of Gentlemen. Urgent Cases can be admitted to the Hospital on application to the Medical Superintendent. For further particulars, Forms, etc., apply to THE REGISTRAR, St. Patrick's Hospital, James's-etreet, Dublin. HOWELI/S GIRLS' SCHOOL, DENBIGH. ON TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4th next, rv VACANCIES for TWO ORPHAN FOUNDATIONERS, between the ages of Nine and Twelve years, will be filled up-at the above School. L'orm of application can bo had from I Mr J. P. LEWIS, Solicitor, Denbigh, Clerk to the Local Governors, and all applications must be sent to him on or before MONDAY, the 26th NOVEMBER next. Former applications should be -renewed by letter to the Clerk on or before the last men- tioned date. Canvassing the Local Governors, either directly or indirectly, is strictly for- bidden. NOTE.-The-re is a Qualification Test for the admission of Chi'dren regulated according to fcge, which can be had from the Clerk. The School Examiner ia to test nil elected Candidates and report to the Loeal Governors. Denbigh, October 24th, ]917. 51319p CHRISTMAS GIFT FOR OUR TERRITORIALS. E Carnarvonshire and AngLesey Territorial X. Force Association propose to send a Christ- mas p esejit to all Territorials at ilhe Front, who are serving in the units administered, namely, the Welsh Carnarvon R.G.A., 8 Offioers, 240 Men; 6th Battalion the Royal WeLdh Fusiliers, 30 Officers, 1000 Men. In 1915 and again in 1916, in response to a like appeal, they all re- ceived a real Christmas dinner; and witih your kind assii.stanoe we hope to achieve the same result this year. May we, therefore, ask for an early and liberal response to this appeal, whioh lease address to Captain R. Ransome, Seeretary, The Barrack* Carnarvon. Yoitns truly, J. E. GREAVES, President, Carnarvonshire T.F.A. C. H. DARlsISHIRE. Chairman, Carnarvonshire T.F.A. T. E. J. LLOYD, Chairman, Anglesey T.F.A. BANGOR MUSICAL CLUB. A PUBLIC CONCERT will be held on TUES Al)?kY, NOVEMBER 13th, 1917, at Eight p.m., in the POWIS HALL of tihe UNIVER- SITY COLLEGE, THE BRODSKY QUARTET. 1st Violin: DR. ADOLF BRODSKY. 2nd Violin: MR C. RAWDON BRIGGS. Viola: MR SIMON SPEELMAN. Violoncello: MR WALTER HATTON. Reserved Seats, 3s 6d (including Tax); Un- reserved, Is 3d (including Tax). Tiokets may be obtained from Messrs Jarvis and Foster, Lome House, Bangor, where the plan of the Hall may be seen. MISS OLWEN ROWLANDS, F.R.C.O., L.R.A.M.. GIVES LESSONS IN PIANO, ORGAN AND HARMONY. PUPILS successfully prepared for Examina- lp tions. CARNARVON VISITED. Terme on Application. Tawelan, Bangor. 1195o I Nixon & Jarvis Booksellers, Printers, I Stationers, Account Book Manu- facturers, Die-Stampers, &c., &c. Fancy Articles, Leather Goods, Nick-Nacks, all kinds. THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD. V BANK PLACE, BANGOR. i "'i n ii < irtlMtia-fiiT i, in mm BOROUGH OF BANGOR, PRICE OF COAL. THE Town Council of the Bomou.gh of Ban- JL goir und-eir tihe powers conferred upon them by the Retail C-oal Prices Ordetr, 1917, henetby announce tiha;t the following Schedule of Prices has been drawn up by them (after consultation wth the representatives of the Local Coal Mer- chants as to their ooste) as the Maximum Prices for the sale of Goal by retail for domestic purposes in the Borougih of Bangor. Quality. Beisit 2nd. 3rd. Sales of One ton or mare in bulk or in bags:— s. d. a. d. e. d. (a) Delivered into coal 'house, per torn 6 37 0 32 6 (b) Delivered wt entbrtawce, per ton. 37 6 36 0 31 6 SaTeis of nuaivtjties under one ton from road veihlde.s:- Delivered into ooa.1 house, per ewt 1 1 lli 1 IGi 1 n At diepofts or wlhairves or railway sidings per cwt. 1 9i 1 8i 1 59 lOd per ton extra to be added to the above prices fo'r credit, to be deducted if acc-ounlt paid within 14 days of the delivery of the Coal. The abovle prices inOlude the 2s 6d peir ton in respect of the increased1 coilliteiry prices for Coal at the put's moutfti granted by the Controller ot Coal Milnes as and from the 15th Dctober, 1917. J. PENTIR WILLIAMS, 7tii November, 1917. Town Clerk. THE Business Training School, 137, HIGH ST., BANGOR. SHORTHAND TYPEWRITING BOOK-KEEPING ARITHMETIC HANDWRITING ORTHOGRAPHY COMMERCIAL CORRESPONDENCE AND OFFICE ROUTINE. Students now enrolling. A Prospectus with full particulars will be sent on application. GARDNER'S WELSH OATMEAL (the cheapest food on the market) SOLD IN RETAIL HOLYHEAD DISTRICT BY W. LLEW. JONES, DENBIGH HOUSE, at 4d. per pound. Furniture Remover. HENRY JONES, FRIARS SLATE WURKS, BANU03, Is now carrying on business cs Furniture Remover, Carting Contractor, etc. Large Vans available, and estimate free on application. Furnishing Problem -Solved. 1 HOW can I increase the pur- 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 and 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 Cash 4or 4on Convenient | Payment Sgstem f your money will go farthest if you purchase from us. Facts worth noting. We allow 2/- in the £ discount for Cash. Payments can be arranged to suit Customers' convenience. No objectionable agreements to sign. Every Article manufactured under our own direct control and supervision. We pay carringe to all parts. Goods delivered in Private Vans. Every Furnishing Requisite supplied. Good Value and satisfied Customers account for the phenomenal growth of our business. Gaarantee We unhesitatingly Guarantee. refund the price of any "™ article that does no give absolute satisfaction. M- Write or call for Catalogue. "qn GLOBE Furnishing Go. r-a (J. R. GRANT, Proprietor). Pembroke Place, LIVERPOOL. Business Hours 9 to 8. Barly Closing, Saturday 1 p.m. Aaiev«ay fare Allowed. FINANOIAL. NO PRELIMINARY FEES. Money Lent Privately IN LARGE OR SMALL SUMS (not less tlian ;CIO). On Simple Promissory Note. ESTABLISHED FORTY-SEVEN YEARS AND NOW LENDING Upwards of 3380,000 Annually. PROSPECTUSES, Terms of Advances, or any information deiired, will be supplied free of charge on application, either personally or by letter, to George Payne & Sons, 3, Crescent Road, Rhyl. S30 TO £1000 lent on note of hand alone in a few hours. No Fees. Special terms to Farmers, Drapers, Grocers and all other Shop-keepers. Distance no object. To those interested under Wills and Settlements, cash accom- modations can be arranged at a nominal interest per annum. Apply to the actual lender A. M. JONES, 16, Conduit Street, London, W. 1 IMMEDIATE LOANS. WE MAKE NO CHARgI WHATEVER UNLESS CASH IS ADVANCED. London & Provinces Discount Co. LIMITED, 54, LONDON ROAD, LEICESTER. 4 DVANCES from B10 to £1000 on NOTE of A HAND ALONE, or other Security, to alf respectable classes. If desired, a Representative will attond at your home with the Cash, and cj-rry out the advance THERE and THEN. Call, or write (in confidence) to the Manager, G. K. HOWE, 54, LONDON ROAD, LEICESTER. £ 10 I £1000 yn echwyn preifat i Amaeth- A:'o yr- Masnachwyr, ac e?a.Hl, ar Note of Hand. w' Busnes drwy'r Post, unrhyw bellter. Llog ac atdaliadau isaf yn y wlad.—National Ad- vance and Investment Soc., Ltd., 41, Corpora- tion-street, Manchester. Cangen: 32, Farrar- road, Bangor. ol SUMS ADVANCED FROM A50 UPWARDS. No Fees or Money-Lenders' Routine. FOULKES, Ltd, 5, Bold Street, LIVERPOOL Tel. 3651 Royal. Telegrams: Privacy." LOWEST INTEREST IN THE COUNTRY. No Fees, £10 to £5000. No Bonds. S10 repay £ 11. S50 repay E55, £ 20 repay £ 22. £100 repay 2110. Bills of Sale or Loans paid off and increased. L. L I VM N GSTONE (Tel. 3071 City), HOPE CHAMBERS, 107, MARKET-ST MANCHESTER. \J.: ,,1 '1 .1. :ri; B \9, BROWN & Co. (CHESTER ) LIMITED. CHESTER. COMPLETE FURNISHERS. VELOUR PORTIERE & WINDOW; CURTAINS. To ensure, the renewal of our WINTER STOCK we placed our orkf in the Spring and have just received our first consignment of goods. 0 WINDOW CURTAINS, plain colorings, with Dado, 3 yds. by l I yds. from 63/- per pair. DOOR CURTAINS to match, 21 yds. by 2 yds., 31/6 each. A selection on approval if desired. FURNITURE. CARPETS. BEDDING. ESTIMATES FREE-CARRIAGE PAID. 30-40 Eastgate Row, CHESTER. KENDAL ￼ ? '?S?<??? MILNE co'— H, MANCHESTER fNVITfc INSPECTION OF THEIR foRNISHED 5pEaMEN PoCMS &5PAC!OU53hOW ROOMS CoNTA!H!NC Ths LATEST PRODUCTtOMS ? AH1!ST!C rORN!TURE ￼ :f i' W?MMM? ?? jN?BMi?? ? ?r the triHing sum of 12/6?' .OÐ..li B?y ?t'B?.t??'?m monthly yon can have this very 3 BB? M ?yJSt?S?.??????? handsome full trichord, "GOLD S iB ??Mt aB& ￼ ???\A? ￼ ^trichord, GOLD and the instrument is delivered to l your door, pac!ced free and carriage paid immediately on payment of de- poart. We are the largest piano and organ firm in the world, and not only m 9m Wtguaremtee to save you POUNDS if you j buy direct from us, but we offer you a^j ?? ?i. ￼ ?l ￼ ￼ ￼ ? ??*"e!tS?)B??f much wider choice of instruments and aore? M Jf J Ij liberal terms of payment than you can obtainLi, elsewhere. lIP4 |I We supply "Allison." "Brinsmead.¡ no pkinson,"and all othercelebra td pianos" at bargain prices, and on easy terms of.1 payment. Organs from 6/- monthly. We^i take old instruments in part exchange, refund^, I railway fares to patrons, allow approval, tune for ■ l? months free, and give a 25 years' guarantee. I j^ £ ow CmptsonsLtL I N 156, HIGH STREET. BANGOR IPOR 156, HIGH STREET, BANGOR. ??* t ? Hw! )W ? Branches everywhere J .e, — < —.< TO OWNERS OF ROAD VEHICLES. It is TRUE WAR ECONOMY to submit your ORDERS to J. & R. ROBERTS, COACH BUILDERS, BANGOR. I Your WEAR and TEAR account ) will always be a reasonable one ) because Their work is 50UND & LASTING and no PROFITEERING. Drapery and Gents' Outfitting. We hold a Good & Varied Stock at prices very considerably under those of TO-DAY. Griffith & Hughes, DEVON HOUSE, HIGH STREET, BANGOR, "NOFZTH 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 6 3 0 5 0 8 6 30 2 0 4 0 7 0 12 6 40 „ 2 6 5 0 9 0 16 6 50 3 0 6 0 11 0 19 6 60 „ .33. 6 6 12 0 21 6 70 3 5 7 0 13 0 23 6 3d and 6d extra (according to number of inser- tions) if replies are to be addressed to the Office. OWING to the great expense in booking and applying for small amount.s, no Advt. will be inserted unless accompanied by a remittance. BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS, AND MEMORIAM NOTICES, 2s 6d for four lines, 6d each extra line. j- ""TTrtT -=- No Shopping after Six o'clock or between One and Two p.m. daily. JARVIS & FOSTER. BANGOR Established 102 years. 'Phone iyi. M. A. CROOKS' DEPOT FOR FIRST-CLASS Service Boots, Field Boots. Repairs by Practical Workmen. 2 2 2, High Street, Bangor, Menai fridge. AGENT FOR- J The K, "LOTUS, "'DELTA," "SAXONE, "FOOTGLOVE," < DR. JAEGER'S," BE CTI VE." ETC., ETC. HUMPHREY WILLIAMS, Ltd. Telephone, 48. I Penlon Monumental W.orks, BANGOR, ,I Established, 1823. BUILDER'S MERCHANTS. Large Stock of BRICKS, CEMENT PLASTER, GROUND MORTAR, and SANITARY WARE. Grates, Ranges, Tile Kerbs and Hearths, Enamelled Slate Mantelpieces. White-Glazed Scullery Sinks. Grindstones, 24-in. to 30-in. diameter. J. MOUNTFORT, "CRAIGFRYN," GARTH, BANGOR. ??? TVltlllesale ??j ??;; 6oa? JVterehant and Wholesale and Retail I CoUierY ^gent-^Sb*Dea'erin 13est Drawing-room Coal, mr Kitchen CDal, Nuts, Slack, ^0 — Steam Coal and Coke. Best Staffs. Derbyshira and Welsh Coals always in Stock. Special Quotation for 4- T on Lots an d Truck Loads A Trial Order is solicited All Enquiries promptly attended to. THE DANGER OF LEAVING DUST IN YOUR CAR WHEN LAID ASIDE IS GREAT FROM TINY INSECTS WHICH THRIVE THERE AND EAT THE UPHOLSTERY. HAVE THE DUST REMOVED BY V A C U U M ———— A T JONES BROS., BANGOR. OITY LIVERY GARAGE has for Hir:, English 6 Seater .??r???& Landaulettes, and English Touring Cars by the best makers. Decorated Cars for Weddings. Fourteen years' experienced Chaailours. Keasauabie cliar^es. Praprietori:. JOHN O^iix & Sox. Ring up Tel. No. -N4, JO-NE,S BROS.' GARAGE. Telephone 143. Bt?L?eK?? I ?.?.C. OFFICIAL ??/=?//?S. I I See Large Advert. -=- THE CURRENT CALL J cannot pass unheeded. It is insistent-pressing-vibrating. An irr £ L [ sistible Will to Victory unites as cne Power the freedom-loving J J nations of the world. We all feel that indisposition, illness, disease, in T H any con?derable measure, is, at this time, a disaster. And to be J j victorious the people must and will have health because the necessary p vigour is not to be secured without it. Those who know and appreciate "I J the priceless value of physical fitness in strenuous times are able to r 5 j SEND ON SOME j J good advice to those who may have had less experience- adv; ce simple H enough but much to the purpose. Maintain the stomach and digestive a] organs in the best possible condition, remove the causes of biliousness E ￼ t? and constipation, and keep the blood pure. This is not difficult. It is ? -i 'only neccessary to have at hand the one medicine upon which yeu L L I ,can confidently rely to remove present ailments and fortify the J system against their recurrence— T M'S ILLS j ￼ '1"
i D. William, S & CO. Ltd. Wine & Spirit Merchants, 334, HIGH STREET, BANGOR. l ESTABLISHED 96 YEARS. I Telephone, 188. Telegrams, Old Vaults.