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CORWEN. I Cofiwch y Morwyr — Dyna hen adnod (nid o'r Beibl) sy'n d'od yn fwy amserol bob dydd, yn arbenig heddyw, a chafwyd trafod- aeth ddiddorol arni nos Lun ddiweddaf yn yr Assembly Rooms, Corwen. Cyfarfod ydoedd ar ran y Briti sh and Foreign Sailors' Society, yr hwn. a anerchid gan y Parch. H. Monfa Parri, Caergybi. Eglurodd mai amcan y Gymdeithas yd yw achub y morwr i Grist, a dyrchafu ei uatur ore yn ysprydol, tymhorol a chymdeithasol. Gwnaeth apel am help sylweddol a help eu gweddiau. Y cadeirydd ydoedd Dr. Walker, hefyd siaradwyd ymhell- ach gan y Parchn. L. E. Davies a Dr. Cernyw Williams. Yr ysgrifenydd ydyw Mr. 0. A. Lloyd, Waterloo House. Scholastic.—At the meeting of the Gov- ernors of the Bala County School held last Thursday three out of the six scholarships open to the boys of Penllyn and Edeyrnion were awarded according to merit to the follow- ing boys from the Corwen Council School:— Owen Lloyd Richard, Tom Davies and J. Emrys Anwyl, This brings the number of scholarship winners during Mr. Anwyl's term of Head mastership to forty-one. t" Evening School.—We are pleased to hear that a good number of our young people have already enrolled themselves as students. Others wishing to do so should send in their names forthwith. The Town Band.—The Corwen Band is all but disbanded owing to several members having joined the colours and others having left the district :—Mr. Robert Owen, band- master has joined the Royal Engineers Rbt. Thomas Edwards has joined the band of the Cheshires as solo cornet player Tom. Jones (trombone) is in the Army Cyclist Corps; Hugh Ellis (trombone), is with the Royal Engineers; Sgt. Alf. Pearce and Pte. Dick Jones (cornets), 7th R.W.F. Pte R. D. Pugh (tenor horn) 7th R. W.F. Cleansing the Streams.—Workmen of County and District Councils are very busily engaged these days in cleaning the streams which flow under the roads near Gaer View and Union Terrace. Tons of debris have been cleared from the beds of both streams. Bregethwr Enwog.—Bydd yr Hybarch Ddr. Owen Evans, Lerpwl (Llundain gynt), sydd erbyn hyn wedi cyrhaedd yr eedran teg o 85 mlwydd, yn pregethu yng Nghapel yr Annibynwyr bore a nos Sabboth nesaf. Diamheu y bydd i lawer fanteisio ar y cyfleus- tra hwn i gael gwrando am unwaith eto ar uno bregethwyr goreu Cymru. Staff Changes.—Amongst the G.W.R. staff changes notified are J. A. Yates, Corwen to Ruabon J. E. Williams, Coedpoeth to Corwen and J. W. Morris, Trevor to Oswestry. Menagerie. Bostock and Wombwell's Menagerie visited Corwen on Wednesday last and the performances by the different animals and their trainers were greatly appreciated by the large crowds who visited the show. Tennis.—The local Tennis Club has in- creased its membership lately and the tennis courts are occupied daily by clever playing members. Football Club.—It has been decided to form a Football Club at Corwen this season. Safe.—Last Saturday morning Mr. Evan Williams, Crown Hotel, received a postcard from his son Pte Robert Williams, l/7th R.W.F. stating that he is safe and is now at the Base. Pte Williams was officially reported as missing last week. We have heard from Pte Esli Davies he is in the pink but he, like the rest of the Corwen Territorials, wants something to smoke and some newspapers to read. It is high time that something was done to comfort our Corwen Boys at the Dardanelles. As going to press we hear that Mr. Pearce, Tawelfan, has received a second official note stating that Sergt. Alfred Pearce is missing and not wounded as officially stated last week. Organ Recital.—The last of a series of successful organ recitals given at Rug Chapel by Mr. W. Brad wen Jones took place on Sunday evening last and the high-class music cleverly played by him was enjoyed by all who were presefit. The soloists, Mr. Price Atkinson, Voel Isa, and Master Eric Weekes, Gwyddelwern, rendered solos with pleasing effect. Mr. Atkinson sang More fair than mortal tongue can tell (from The World's Redemption,") and--Master Weekes sang 0, how amiable are thy dwellings," (W. Bradwen Jones). New Deacon.—Last Sunday evening at the Corwen Welsh Independent Chapel Mr. David Hughes, Cambrian Terrace, was un- animously elected as a deacon. Mr. Thomas Jones, Tynewydd, has also been elected deputy conductor of the singing there. Accident.—Last Saturday afternoon Mr. Edward Williams, Gaer View, Corwen, met with a -serious accident by being knocked down by a motor car while crossing Bridge Street, and was rendered unconscious. He was conveyed to the Poor-law Institution Infirmary where he is recovering from the shock and a serious injury to his leg.
DOLGELLAU. Marwola"eth.Dydd Gwener, yn hynod sydyn, er wedi dioddef, maith a phoenus nychdod, bu farw un o hen gymeriadau hynot- af yr ardal, sef Mr. Griffith Rees, Cwm Myn- ach, ac efe yn 77 mlwydd oed. Bu am flyn- yddau yn Foreman Ganger ar linell y G.W.R. Claddwyd ef (preifat) ddydd Llun, yn myn- went eglwys Llanfachreth y periglor yn gwasanethu. Y Rhyfel.-Boreu Llun derbyniodd Mrs. L. G. Jones lythyrswyddogol mewn perthynas i'w phriod Mr. Henry Jones, 3, Plasbrith Lane, yn ddweud ei fod ef wedi ei glwyfo ac y mae yn awr mewn Ysbytty yn Alexandria, yr Aifft. Hefyd y mae Pte. William Jones (Ciyw- edog), wedi cael ei glwyfo yn ei droed. Adrodd- wyd yr wythnos diweddaf fod y milwyr uchod wedi eu lladd yn y Dardanelles ond trodd yr adroddiad allan i fod yn anghywir. Derbyn- iwyd y newydd eu bod yn fyw gyda llawen- ydd gan liaws mawro'u cyfeillion, ac hyder- ant y caiff wellhad buan o'u clwyfau. Damwain Angeuol.—Boreu Llun, Medi 6ed, derbyniwyd y newydd trist fod Mr. Lewis James Lewis, Engine driver, wedi cael ei ladd yn Salisbury Plain, trwy i Modur fyned drosto tra yr oedd yn dilyn ei oruchwviiaeth yno. Yr oedd yr ymadawedig yn frawd i Mr James Lewis, llifiwr, Springfield St. Yn y trenghol- iad dychwelwyd rheithfarn o Farwolaeth Ddamweiniol." Claddwyd yn Nolgellau dydd Iau. Gedy ddau fab i alaru ar ei ol.
HOUSE TO LET. Bee Hive," Market Place, Corwen, containing Five Bedrooms. Kitchen and Back-Kitchen. Apply to J. Hughes, Glaslwyn, Corwen. Employment Wanted. yOUNG MAN (23), intelligent, adaptable, -*• seeks position in this district for reasons of health. Ineligible for Army. At pre- sent good situation, Manchester. Fluent. Welsh and English. G.E., c/o Adsain Office-