BRIWSION. i'), iach a fo')t (I(li(l(loltii- bei-i i'r clcif gyweryd cys/ir." W Dywedai Esgob Llunden yn ystod ei bregeth i Fyfyrwyr Coleg Yale, ychydig ddyddiau yn ol, ei fod yn credu y gwelir cyn pen banner can mlynedd boll Eghvysi Cristionogol y byd yn un. WW Ffaith alarus ydyw nad oes dim sydd yn acbosi cymaint o amlieuaeth ac anffyddiaeth na'r anghydwelediad a'r cenfigen sydd yn bodoli cyd-rhwng gwabanol bleidiau Cristion- ogol. Fe ddywedir hefyd mai ar aclwydydd crefyddol y magwyd yr antfyddwyr enwocaf a mwyaf beiddgar welodd y byd erioed. Rhaid i'r ymddygiad fod yn gyson a'r brotJes ymbob cylcb, neu try yn felldith. WW Dair wytbnos yn ol, yr oedd un o'r prif newyddiaduron yn ymosod yn greulon ar Mr Lloyd George. Yr wythnos hon y mae yr un Golygydd yn yr un papur yn proffwydo y hydd Lloyd George ryw ddiwrnod yn Brif Weinidog Prydain Fawr. WW Yr oedd dwy eneth yn brysur iawn yn ym- ddiddan a'u gilydd, ac fel y mae arfer rhai hynacli na hwy, yn beirniadu on cyinydogiou. Meddai Manon: "W elaiRt ti fam hon a hon ? Nid oes ganddi ddanedd," Oes y mae," attebai Carys, gwelais hi yn eu cadw mown bocs." WW Ryw ugain mlynedd yn ol bu farw tenant fferm oddeufcu 60 erw, yn agos i Aberffraw, Mon, ar ystad Bodorgan. Penderfynodd Sir George Meyrick, y percbenog, ei gosod yn rhan-diroedd o ryw chwe erw yr un. Tystiolaeth Mr Pritchard, goruchwyliwr yr ystad, ydyw fod y tir hwnw yn werth m wy 0 lawer na phan yn cael ei amaethu gan un dyn. WW Dywed larll Carrington fod llai o ddeng mil o geffylau wedi eu magu yn y wlad hon eleni nag y llynedd, ac y bydd yn rhaid gwneyd rhywbeth er celnogaetli i amaethwyr i fagu. Un peth y mae yn ei awgrymmu ydyw fod y Llywodraeth yn prynu cetfylau pan yn dair oed at wasanaeth y Fyddin, ond fod y gwerthwr iw cadw a gofalu am danynt am en gwaith hyd nes y byddant yn bump. WW Yr oodd gweinidog ieuaingc wedi ei wahodd i bregethu i gynulleidfa o Saeson, ac o bosibl er gadael argraff ar ei wrandawyr ei fod yn gwybod cryn lawer mwy na hwy, adroddai mewn hwyl fawr amboll adnod neu benill yn Gymraeg gan feddwl y tybient mai Groeg neu Hebraeg ydoedd. Cyn diwedd yr oedfa gwelai ymhen eithaf yr addoldy wr yn gwenu yn chwareus. Trodd y pregethwr ato, ac a-ppeliodd mewn ton ddifrifol—"Wei di, gyfaill, os Cymro wyt, cau dy geg er mwyn y Wyddfa Weu fawr." WW Allan o bob 100,000 o drigolion y wlad hon y mae 205 yn marw bob blwyddyn or darfodcdigaeth. Y prif achos o hyny ydyw awyr afiach yu y cartref, yn y gweithdy, ac yn yr addoldy, a hyny am nad yw pobol yn ceisio deall egwyddorion cyntaf ventilation. WW Dyma i chwi sylw gwreiddiol gan bregethwr cynorthwyol, sydd heddyw yn Faer tref nid anenwog yn Nghymru Yr wyf am son wrthych heddyw am Dafydd a Goliath, fy nghyfeillion i. Y mae llawer o ddadleu wedi bod ymlith prif ddysgedigon pob oes gyda golwg ar y cwestiwn pwysfawr.—"Paham y cymerodd Dafydd bump o gerrig llyfnion i fyned i gyfarfod a Goliath. Wel, chwi welwch fy nghyfeillion, fe gymerodd yr ail garreg rhag ofn iddofethu ar gyntaf, a'r drydedd rhag i'r ail fethu, a'r bedwaredd os methai y drydedd, a'r burned os methai y bedwaredd." "Both pe methai y medd ryw Thomas o arnheuwr yn y gynulleidfa yma. "Wei gyfaill, dyma fel can odd y bardd yn Saesneg: He who fights and runs away, Will live to fight another day.'
Children's Sunday Last Sunday was a day specially set apart by the Welsh Wesleyans throughout the country for the Sunday School children. At I- Horeb in the morniug the Rev. E. Mos- tyn Jones preached an appropriate sermon, and in the afternoon the children were ad- dressed by Messrs Peter Hughes (conductor), Thos. Williams, Bobt. Jones, and J. Thomas. Hymns were rendered by the children, and Misses Ellen Williams and Eunice Williams contributed solus, Mr Robt. Thomas playing the violin. Miss Gwladys Williams read a paper on The Liie of Christ." In the evening Mr Robt. Griffiths (Rhuddlan) catech- ised the children on Bible History. All the scholars wore a white ribbon badge, presented by Miss M. E. Hughes (Compton), who also acted as accompanist.
"Bethel" Wesleyan Church. The usual winter organizations are now all in order, and the newly-formed Mutual Improvement Society will commence its season with a social evening on Monday. The officers of this Society include Rev E. Mostyn Jones, president; Messrs E.Daviesand P. Ellis, vice-presidents Mrs Mostyn Jones, treasurer and Messrs G. Jones and 1. Williams, hon. secretaries.
Gilchrist Lectures at Prestatyn. A public meeting was held in the Corona- tion Hall on Monday evening, in connection with these lectures. Mr John Williams, J.P. (liosslyn), who is always to the front in matters of local education, presided, and the Rev. O. J. Davies, M.A., Rev. W. Bell, and Mr Bobt. Jones, of Prestatyn, addressed the meeting. The Bev. 0. J. Davies deplored the ex- cessive attention which young men gave to football aud frivolous amusements, to the exclusion of intellectual pursuits,and welcomed these facilities for the spread of scientific knowledge and the development of persona! character. The Rev. W. Bell gave a graphic sketch of the wonderful life of Dr. Gilchrist and the objects of the trust he founded to provide education for working people. The total cost of the present course of five lectures would be sixpence. The lecturers were recognised authorities in their special departments, and their treatment of their subjects was fascina- tingly interesting and simple. If a sufficient number of tickets was sold in Dyserth and neighbourhood, of which he had every hope, a special motor would run from Prestatyn on the nights of the lectures. Mr Bobert Jones, speaking in Welsh, urged the young people of Wales to come down from the clouds and apply themselves to a study of the wonders of nature. On the proposition of Mr Charles Thomas, seconded by Mr G. H. Edwards, the Pres- tatyn visitors were cordially thanked for their attendance and addresses, and a similar com- pliment to the chairman closed the proceed- ings. Further particulars and tickets will gladly be supplied by the local secretary, Mrs G. H. Edwards, Dyserth.
Church History. The second of a series of lectures on the subject was delivered on Wednesday by the Vicar (the Bev J. Evans-Jones, M.A.) There was a good attendance, and the rev. gentleman interested his hearers considerably.
A Band of Hope has been organised in connection with the Wesleyan Church, and the meetings to be held on the Wednesday of each week will be in the charge of the Rev E. Mostyn Jones.
Mutual Improvement Society. The inaugural meeting of this Society took place on Tuesday when the President (Bev E. Mostyn Jones) delivered a most helpful address, on a similar basis to that delivered at Prestatyn the previous evening.
Harvest Thanksgiving. A Harvest Thanksgiving service was held at the English Congregational Church, last Thursday evening, when the Rev. F. Jewell, Prestatyn, preached a beautiful, eloquent, and appropriate sermon, to a crowded congrega- tion The devotional part of the service was conducted by Rev. E. Thomas and Rev. Ben Williams. (Pastor). The church had been beautifully decorated with fruit, flowers, vegetables, etc., by the following ladies:— Mrs Lowe, Summerhill Mrs Williams, Fron haul; Mrs Roberts, The Moorings Miss Sillers, and Miss Elsie Roberts. The Thanks- giving services will be continued next Sunday, when the Rev. John Lewis will preach morning and evening. 0
A Late Motor Train will leave Prestatyn at lO-BO p.m. on Thurs- day next, in connection with the performance of The New Boy at the Town Hall.
The Schools. The day schools are in the builder's hands at present. The improvements which are being carried out include a new porch,a considerable amount of repairs, and the drainage system is also to be attended to. The contract has been let to Mr A. Torkington, Prestatyn.
The Parochial Tea. The committee of ladies having charge of the above event have met, and the arrange- ments are being pushed forward. The tea is to be followed by an entertainment, and it is understood that the proceeds are to form a nucleus for a church restoration fund.
Football Notes. Prestatyn Rovers were at home to Bhuddlan on Saturday. Losing the toss the Rovers played against the wind and sun, and from the centre kick Bennett scored for Prestatyn. The Rovers forced play on the left, and later A. Coward scored, half time arriving with two goals in favour of Prestatyn. With 'the wind behind them the Beds pressed hotly, but the Rhuddlan defence kept them out for a time. Bennett got possession and scored a good goal, and a few minutes later he scored a fourth. Five minutes from time LI. Hughes scored Prestatyn's fifth goal, Bhuddlan failing to find the net.
Q RON ANT. Coming Events. Oct. Hist.—Lecture at C.M. Chapel. Nov. 20th.-Test Concert (Wesleyan) at C.M. Chapel
SPECIAL SHOW OF Ladies' Coats and Mantles, Millinery, etc., FOR THE PRESENT SEASON. JOHN ROBERTS. Kilermiasler House, Ffpoiroew.
COMING EVENTS. Nov. 13th.—Rhewl Fawr, "Gwynfa" C.M. Chapel, Lecture on "Happy Ned," by the Rev. Edmund Griffiths, Liverpool Nov. 27th.— Annual Concert at "Siloah" Welsh Congregational Chapel.
Moriah C.M. Chapel. A high-lass concert was given here on Wednesday night, a large audience being attracted. The chair was taken by Mr E. J. Williams (Patagonia), and the Rev. J. LI. Hughes, presided. There were some excellent performances by the renowned tenor Mr Tom Edwards, B.C.M., and Miss M. A. Edwards (Gronant). The other artistes were selected locally, and acquitted themselves with the usual satis- faction, their names being: Miss Marian Jones, Mr E. Lloyd (Baritone), The Misses Gregory Jones (violin and pianoforte), Mr J. Price, elocutionist. The Chairman, in a brief address, expressed his gratification at being present at the meeting, which testified so much to the development made in the musical world in recent years. The Rev O. B. Jones proposed the usual vote of thanks, which was seconded by Mr Thomas Jones.
Our M.P. A public meeting is to be held at the Wes- leyan Schoolroom to-morrow (Saturday) evening at 6 o'clock, when Mr Herbert Lewis, M.P., will deliver an address. The Rev. J. Lloyd Hughes is to preside, and Dr. Williams (Flint) has been invited to speak.
The Point of Ayr Colliery Outlook. Mr Hughes, the Miners' Agent, waited at the office of the Colliery Company on Tuesday afternoon, and in the evening addressed a mass meeting at the Church Schoolroom. Up to that time an agreement had not been made between the employers and employed. Mr Hughes is expected to visit the works again on Thursday, and unless a settlement be made then, the men will cease to work on Saturday.
L. & N.W. Rly. Parcel Agents. The agency with the Railway Co. for collecting and delivering inward and outward parcels has been transferred to Mr Peter Blackwell, grocer, who will now receive par- cels for conveyance by rail and will also bring parcels from Mostyn Station and deliver them in Ffynnongroew.
Fire at Penyffordd. On Monday evening, a thatched cottage, in the occupation of Mr John Blytliin, caught fire, and but for the timely assistance of Messrs Isaac Davies, Isaac Hughes, T.Hughes, and a few others, would probably have been burnt to the ground. The fire originated in the straw-roof, and before the arrival of help, the family turned their attention towards rescuing the household effects. A crowd soon gathered and effective steps were taken, under the direction of Mr Lewis Williams, to prevent the fire spreading, by removing the burning portion of the thatch, and clearing it on to the ground, while water-carriers put it out. The position of those on the roof was not an enviable one amid the volumes of smoke that enveloped them, but by great efforts the fire was got under control. A large portion of the roof was ruined, and the furni- ture was badly damaged.
Memorial Service. At the Wesleyan Chapel last week a memorial service to the late Mr Owen Owens was held. The chapel was crowded, and the funeral sermon was preached by the Rev E. Mostyn Jones, Prestatyn. The whole service was a most impressive one, and an appro- priate- anthem was sung by the choir.
The Day Schools. After being closed for about three weeks 0 owing to an epidemic illness among the children, the Council School was re-opened on Wednesday.
SUNDAY SERVICES AT FFYNNONGROEW. jt BETHANIA WESLEYAN CHAPEL (Welsh).—10 a.m. Mr E. Ellis, Gwaenysgor 6 p.m., Rev J. LI. Hughes MORIAH C.M. CHAPEL (Welsh). -10 a.m. and G p.m., Rev W. H. Jones, Wrexham. ALL SAINTS (Church of England).—10-30 a.m. (Welsh), 6 p.m. (English) Rev. H. Harris, B.A. ST. ANDREW'S CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH (English) 10-30 a.m. service 6 p.m. Rev. E. Thomas. SILOAH CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH (Welsh).— 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. Mr Rogers, Dyserth TABERNACLE BAPTIST CHAPEL (Welsh).—10 a.m. and (3 p.m. Rev. R. Morgan. PENIEL WESLEYAN CHAPEL (Welsh) Pen-y-ffordd. '2 p.m. Rev. J. LI. Hughes 6 p.m., Mr John Parry, Gronant. G-WYNFA C.M. CHAPEL (Welsh), Rhewl Fawr.— 2 p.m. Rev W. H. Jones, Wrexham 6 p.m., Prayer Meeting.
The Late Mr. John Hughes. The funeral of Mr John Hughes, Marsh Row, Mostyn, took place on Tuesday at Pen Rhewl Cemetery. Deceased died at the age of 65, after some weeks' illness. He came formerly from Gronant, and had a great many relatives in the district. The funeral cortege was headed by members of the Druids Lodge, Gronant, of which deceased was an old mem- ber. The Rev J. E. Davies, C.M. minister, Holywell, officiated, assisted by the Rev. Dr. E. Pan Jones, Mostyn.
Saturday Night Entertainments. A good way to spend an enjoyable hour on Saturday evenings is to turn in to the English Congregational Chapel's Schoolroom at Hal- endy, where the visitor will find a bright, amusing programme to entertain him. The charge is 2d although the meeting holds the assumed name of "Penny Headings." "Two- penny Entertainments" would be more to ( the point.
Evening Continuation Classes. Music classes, vocal and theoretical, have been established for the winter months at the ] Gloddaeth Room, under the tutorship of Mr r W. Nuttall, L.L.C.M. The classes are making headway in a promising manner. They meet on Thursdays from 7 to 9. -+-
SUNDAY SERVICES AT MOSTYN BETHEL C.M. CHAPEL (Welsh).-10 am. Rev Lewis Ellis, lthyl; 6 p.m. Prayer Meeting. BRYN SION, WESLEYAN CHAPEL (Welsh).—10 a.m.. Rev. J. LI. Hughes ti p.m. Mr Robert Hughes. CYSEGR CONGREGATIONAL CHAPEL (Welsh).—10 a.m. and 6 p.m. Rev. Dr E. Pan Jones. ENGLISH CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH.—10-30 a.m. and 6 p.m. Mr Shepherd, Shotton. ( CUHIST CHURCH (Church of England), 10 a.m. 1 (Welsh) and 11-15 a.m. (English), Rev. W. V. Jones, M.A. (vicar) and Rev. T. G. Jones, B.A. (curate) (j p.m. (Welsh), Rev T. G. Jones, B.A., Curate. I LADY AUGUSTA SCHOOL CHAPEL (English).—G-oO ] p.m. Rev. W. V. Jones, M.A., Vicar. ]
LADY MOSTYN'S LETTER. I At last Friday's meeting of the Holywell I I Board of Guardians, a letter was read from Lady Mostyn, of Talacre, requesting the ] Board to refund to her the cost of the educa- I tion of pauper children at her Talacre School, r- and she also stated that she would not re- ceive such children in future unless the Guardians arranged to pay for their education. The Chairman (Mr J. Prince) said their duty seemed plain enough. All children in elementary schools could claim free education. If the children could not get free education in the Talacre School, they could get it at another close at hand in the parish. It was their duty to acknowledge Lady Mostyn's 1 letter and say that in future they would see that the children attend the Council School. Mr Humphreys Are there any arrears due for the time they have been there ? The Chairman If we are in honour bound to pay any arrears, I hope the Board will pay them. The Clerk The letter is so vague, one really does not know what she wants. It was decided to inform Lady Mostyn that if she intended charging for the children at the Talacre School, it was the duty of the Guardians to see that they had free education. and in that case they would be transferred to the Council School, or the relief pay stopped.
Lecture at C.M. Chapel. On Tuesday evening the Rev Hugh Roberts. Hoy well, delivered a most interesting Welsh lecture on his experiences as a missionary in India. The chair was occupied by Mr Ed. Jones, Saron, and the lecturer kept the large audience highly interested for a couple of hours. Exactly 43 years ago the rev. gentle- man, his wife, and two others started from Liverpool to take up missionary work in the Khassia Hills, four months being taken in reaching Calcutta. Arrived at his destination Mr Roberts stated he had many drawbacks, and at times became disheartened, but he was glad to say that the fruit of the labours of his predecessor (Rev Thos. Jones), him- self, and others was now apparent, there being over 30,000 converts. A pathetic part of the story, which touched the audience deeply, was the fact that Mr Roberts had buried his wife and two children while out there. During the lecture the rev. gentleman gave several examples of Khassia singing. At intervals the Trelogan Male Voice Choir (leader Mr W. Boberts) successfully rendered selections. A hearty vote of thanks was accorded all concerned, on the proposition of the Rev. E. Pierce. The proceeds were in aid of the children's clothing club, towards which a handsome donation was received from the chairman.
Mynydd Seion Wesleyan Chapel. The series of meetings in connection here- with which proved such a great success last year are to be continued, under the conductor- ship of Mr Edward Evans (Walwen). The first of the session, held on Saturday, was ,well attended,
JQjOST AT MELIDEN, on Monday last, a SMALL BOX, containing two Gold RINGS. Finder will be suitably rewarded. —Mrs Jones, Chwibren, Moliden. HOME MADE BBAWN and Potted Meat, fresh every Friday. Home made cakes to order.—Hawley, Ty Mawr, Prestatyn. BICYCLE (Gentleman's) FOR SALE, "Swift" make, Crabbe Brakes and Free Wheel, in splendid condition.—Address 533, Prestatyn Weekly Office. B UILDIN G LAND is now available on the" Mount Ida" Estate (new road along Hill Side) superb views.- Apply, F. Gilbert Smith, Agent, The Mount Estate Office," Prestatyn. DRESSMAKING- (Ladies and Children's), at reasonable prices. — Miss C. E. Middleton, Salisbury House, Clawdd Coch Terrace, Prestatyn. LESSONS given in Violin and Singing moderate terms.-Miss Florence Jones, Wellesley House, Prestatyn. OFFICES TO LET. Apply-Central Chambers, High Street, Prestatyn. pilESTATYN. — Two charmingly-situated HOUSES to LET, just completed, contains 2 or 3 entertaining rooms, 6 or 7 bedrooms, with every modern convenience, south aspect, uninterrupted outlook. Also a pair of VILLAS and two small plots of LAND for SALE.-To view, apply Thos. Burrows, The Nook," Gronant Road. FUHNISHED HOUSES TO LET at low rents for September and the winter months. Unfurnished HOUSES TO LET from E14 to f40 per annum. COTTAGE at 30/- per month clear. Insure your Servants at 2/6 per annum, Casual Helpers at 2/6, Furniture at 2/- per cent. Against Burglary at 1/6 per cent, Houses or Buildings at 1/6 per cent, and do it with W. INGLEFIELD, Agent, Town Hall Buildings. PROPERTY for SALE, by Private Treaty, Houses, Shops, and Land. -Apply, Thomas Williams, Bradford House, Prestatyn \IV" A LLIS AND SCOTT, Auctioneers and Estate Agents, have houses to Let at the following rents £ 19 10s, £ 21, and t40 (with land), and £ 45. Houses and Building Land for Sale. Offices High St., Prestatyn. Miss M Pascall, Late Organist and Clioirniistress of the United Methodist Free Church, Nortliwich. Two Certificates R.A.M. Teacher of Organ, Piano, Singing, and Theory. Pupils prepared for Diploma & other Examinations Alderley," High Street, Prestatyn. PENDRE SCHOOL, PRESTATYN. Day and Boarding School FOR GIRLS. Preparatory School for Boys. Principal MISS ETHEL HICKSON (Teachers' Diploma University of Cambridge). School Re-opened September 18th. Mr. Joseph Williams, Auctioneer, Valuer, and House Agent, County Chambers, Rhyl, Has Opened Branch Offices at Stafford Chambers, HIGH ST., PRESTATYN Where all business entrusted to him will have his immediate and personal attention. Rhyl Telephone: No. 0179.