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ICORWEN AND DISTRICT NOTES
CORWEN AND DISTRICT NOTES. Jaco Parry's" MemoT-ial.-A meeting of subscribers was held last (Monday) evening to decide on the form of memorial to this well- known veteran of the Battle of Waterloo. The Dumber of subscribers tu the memorial is about 133, from amongst which the following gentlemen have been appointed to form a Committee D. Davies (Chairman), Dr. Wal- ker, T Lloyd Jones, R H Morris, John Hughes and John Williams. It was resol- ved to meet to-day (Tuesday), and Mr Hugh Morris was invited to be present to assist the Committee, and Dr Cernyw Williams was to be approached to draw out an ap- propriate inscription. We hope to publish result of Committee's de- ￼ l cision in due course. For those who are so disposed it is not yet too late to send in sub- scriptions to the Jaco Parry" Memorial Fund. Any of the Com- mittee will most thankfully accept Bame. ■■ G c From the way the darts are raided when going, their rounds I one gets the impression there must be a milk famine in Corwen. You must steady on or the price will be going up instead of coming down, or after the recent drought it will be a case of more water." „ Recruits are wanted for the Cor- wen Company of Boy Scouts. The membership now reaches 26. '-? A novel Auction Sllle in aid of the Corwen District Nursing Asso- ciation and Red Cross Soc. Funds took place in the Assembly Houms Corwen, on Wednesday last. The Committee ladies had gathered to- gether a varied and useful collec- tion of furniture, clothing, glass and china, curios, jewellery, books, pictures and engravings, plants and vegetables. These were put up for auction by Mr. Chapman, who very kindly gave his services free. The auction and sales at I the various stalls resulted in the j taking of the handsome amount of | about £ 40. Bravo We can see 6 Mr Lloyd John, the energetic Sec- retary's face all radiant with smiles now. A balance sheet will be published when ready. ￼ If a fire broke out at Corwen there would be U ructions." Naturally people would run to ring the fire bell but when they get there they will find the (key) cupboard bare and that it will be impossible to sound an alarm on the fire bell to call the fire brigade out. At the Corwen Petty Sessions held last Friday, the Chairman (Dr. Walker) referred to the extravagant waste of money which is caused by people in Corwen (some of them heads of respectable families) spending money on strong drink-during such a serious time. It was a shameful thing to think of and he hoped that a stop would be put to this excessive drinking. Perhaps the Right Hon. D. Lloyd George's latest thunderbolt will have the desired effect,— ED, When will the Corwen Tradesmen's Associ- ation meet and what steps are being taken to try and in. iuce visitors to Corwen during the forthcoming summer ? At Carnarvon yesterday (Monday) at a meet- ing of the North Wales Quarrymen's Union it was suggested that labour candidates be nominated to oppose either Mr W Jones, M.P. Mr. Ells "Davies, or Mr. Haydn Jones, M.P., at the next general election. Mr. David Davies, M.P., is arranging a recruiting route march by 600 men and about 30 officers of the Welsh Army now stationed at Llandudno, through the counties of Merion- ethshire and Montgomeryshire. Miss Ada Lauderdale's London Theatrical Company gave a splendid performance of the American Drama A Noble Brother," at Corwen Assembly Rooms, before a g od and appreciative audience last night. Tie company perform a different; piece nightly during this week at the Assembly Rooms. As a divertlsement a splendid variety entertainment is given after each performance' There will be a Pantomime for the children on Saturday afternoon next. Just Jock at Waterloo House win- dows for a splendid show of Spring Goods, ￼ ￼ o¡. Wrexham defeated Swansea in the final for the Welsh Cup on Satur. day at Cardiff by 1 goal to ni1. ? Dymuna Mr. Lloyd, Bridge House, Cyn- wyd, arnom egluro fod ei bachgen bach wedi derbyn niweidiau tra yn myn'd a neges oddiwrth perchenog y modur at ei chauffeur, ac nid tra yn chwareu tu ol i'r modur fel yr ymddangoswyd mewn un o rhifynau diweddafyr" Adsain." Deallwn fod y bachgen yn wella.
SHALL WE RESERVE ONE OF THESE FOR YOU. Owing to the very uncertain transport facilities from abroad there is great difficulty in obtaining any American Cars now and will be for. sometime to come. We have, however, managed to secure the. option on the following Cars, and shall have to deal with all orders in strict rotation as we get them from the works. A Are we to obtain one for YOU? FIRST COME! FIRST SERVED! ONE Five Seater, £ li^5 SOLD. ONE Five-Seater, 2125 ? ONE Five-Seater, E125 ? ONE Two-Seater. dEI15 SOLD. ONE Two-Seater, jE115 ? ONE 20 h.p. Van, X120 ? —— Write us or call AT ONCE. —— rr tj 1 Y., CORWEN MOTOR C0MPY.- Bridge Street; Garage, Corwen.
iJ ———————. CERRIG-Y-DRUIDICW. Marwolaeth a Chladdedigaeth,— Dyddlau yr 22ain cyfisol, bu farw Mrs Marat. Owens, prio I Mr. William Owen, Penybryn, Cerrig-y- druidion, yn 74ain mlwydd oed, wedi cystudd caled am bedwar mis. Yr oedd yn aelod ffyddlon yn eglwys Jerusalem (M C.) Magodd dyaid i (werdded Jlwybrau crefydd a moes, pa rai sydd yn dal swyddau yn eglwvsi Blaenau Ffestinog, sef John Edwards, Arweinvdd y gan yn eglwys Gwylfa Edward Ed- wards, yu dal yr un swydd yn Maenofferen Owen Edwards (Pork shop gynt), a merch iddi yw priod Mr. David Hughes (Geufron gynt), ac mae iddi ferch arall yn LerpwJ, ac un mab Dd Edwards yn America. Dydd Llun dilynol hebryngwyci ei gweadulion i fynwent yr eglwys pryd y gwasanaetb wyd yn y 1 y, y capel, a'r fynwent gan y Parchu. J. Morgan Jones, gweinidog, D. R. Jones (Afallon), a D. F. Roberts, B.A, B.D Maenofferen. Cydvra- deimlwn yn dyner a'r holl deulu yn eu pro- iedigaeth lem, a dymunwn iddi hitbau hun o hedd.
— The Annual Hiring Fair will take place this year at Bala on May, 14th.