BRIWSION. Nes elin nay arddwrn Dychrynwyd ceffyl y dydd o'r blaen gan fodur Esgob Peterboro, nes troi y drol oedd yn Ilawn o lo. Disgynodd yr Esgob o'r modur yn ebrwydd, tynodd ei got, a chynorthwyodd a'i holl egni i ail-lwytho y glo i'r drol. Wel, dyna frawdoliaeth gyffredinol ymarferol, onide mewn difrif ? Pan ydoedd Mr Lloyd George yn dychwelyd i Lunden o Gynhadledd Rhyl, aeth un o weision y Rheilffordd ato yn y Stesion, a dywedodd, Y mae pawb o honom yn disgwyl wrthych chwi y dyddiau hyn Mr George." Ysgydwodd Llywydd Bwrdd Mas- nach ei law yn gynhes, ac attebai o dan deimlad dwys Yr wyf yn gwneud fy nghoreu drosoch frawd, ae yr wyf yn ryw obeithio na chewch mo'ch siomi." Y mae Mr Edison, darganfyddwr enwog, wedi gwneud yn hysbys fod ganddo ddyfais newydd drwy ba un y gellir adeiladu ty helaeth mewn wyt/uiux o amser, ac o ddefnyddiau llawer mwy parhaol na cherryg neu briddfeini. Dywed na ddylai y draul o godi ty felly, 45 troedfedd o hyd a 25 o led, fod uwchlaw dau gant o bunau. Y mae yr Almaen yn enwog am gwrw. Y mae yn Ninas Munich ar hyn o bryd 60,000 o bobl allan a'r streic, hyny yw y maent oil wedi ymrwymo i fod yn T.T.'s am fod y darllawyr wedi codi tryrling y chwart yn h mhris y cwrw. "íl\ "í¡\' Daw deddf newydd Mr Haldano ynglyn a'r Fyddin i rym mis Ebrill nesaf. 0 nyny allan bydd gan bob Sir fyddin fechan ei bun, o dan nawdd yr Arglwydd Raglaw fel cyurychiolydd uniongyrchol y Brenin. Gwahoddwyd yr holl Raglawiaid i wledd fawr gan ei Fawrhydi yr wythnos ddiweddaf, ac ar yr achlysur gosododd sel ei fendith ar y Fyddin Dalaethol (The Territorial Army). 'WW Gofynai plentyn bychan un min nos Mam, mam, beth ydi bod yn dda," attebai y fain "Helpueraill i fod yn dda. Dyna ydi bod yn dda machgen i." Ar fedd geneth fechan ddenddeg oed y mae carreg o farmor gwyn ac yn gerfiedig arni :— In loving memory of MARY. Erected by her sorrowing Sunday School Companions. It was so easy to be good when she was with us.
The Gilchrist Lectures. A public meeting in connection with the series of Gilchrist Lectures to be delivered at Prestatyn early next year, was held at the Council School, Gronant, on Wednesday. The Rev. W. Bell (Hon. Sec. to the Lecture Committee), and Mr Chas. L. Roberts, atten- ded on behalf of the Prestatyn Committee, and Mr Bell explained the methods of the Trust and its system of popular lectures, and appealed for the hearty co-operation and assistance of the people of Gronant. The Rev. Edward Jones genially presided. Although the attendance was sparse, a most enthusiastic meeting was held. and the gentlemen present formed themselves into a committee and pledged themselves to promote the success of the lectures. Mr Fidler was appointed Honorary Secretary. It was pleasant to see the interest displayed, as the object of the Trust is to provide lectures for artisans such as make up the larger proportion of the population of our villages.
My Visit to Canada." A lecture on this subject was delivered by he Rev. Edward Jones, Gronant, in the C.M. jhapel. In the unavoidable absence of Mr J. M. Edwards (who sent a substantial dona- tion), the chair was taken by Mr Hugh Hughes. The lecturer held a large gathering interested for an hour and a half, with a speech full of humour and fine personal touches, Mr Jones pointing out the advantages ?' that Canada held out to the intending emigrant. It was, he said, a land where there was plenty of room, plenty of work, plenty of scope, and plenty of health. The subsequent votes of thanks went to show that the lecture had not only interested his hearers, but had created a desire in many to become smigrants and seek field for labour in a land that had been so vividly pictured that evening. The lecture was delivered in good homely Welsh, well within the comprehension of all. It is to be hoped that Mr Jones will again have an opportunity of lecturing on the same topic. B. S. FIDLER.
A Long Pastorate. The Rev Dr Oliver, ofHolywell, on Sunday last completed a thirty-four years' pastorate of the Welsh Congregational Church there. The rev. gentleman is well-known throughout North Wales as the secretary of the North Wales Federation of Free Church Councils.
Mutual Improvement Society. The above Wesleyan organization had a most successful meeting on Wednesday evening, presided over by the Rev. E. Mostyn Jones. There was a crowded attendance, and the subject of -1 Should women have votes?" was warmly debated. The affirmative side was held by Mrs S. Jones, the negative being entrusted to Mr Richard Williams. Others who took part in the debate included Mrs Owen, Mrs Edwin Roberts, and Messrs J. Evans, T. Lee Williams, J. T. Hughes, and Edwin Roberts. On a vote being taken there was a smal! majority in favour of exten- ding the franchise to women. At the next meeting the question for debate will be "Is there need for two Houses of Parliament."
Competitive Meeting. On Thursday evening the second of a series of competitive meetings promoted by the Wesleyans was held, over which Mr R. Williams, Clwyd Villa, was announced to pre- side. The results will be published next week.
Church History. The series of lectures on "Church History," given by tha Vicar (the Hev. J. Evans-Jones, M.A.), are being continued, and are proving to be highly instructive and interesting. 11 c;1
Technical Instruction. The three classes formed under the auspices of the Technical Instruction Committee are now in working order, and the subjects dealt with include cookery, building construction, and continuation classes. The attendance is good.
The Bible Classes which, hitherto, have proved such a conspic- uous success in connection with the C.M. cause, have commenced again under the supervision of the Rev. R. P. Hughes, and there is every indication that the good record secured in regard to attendance will be main- tained during the present session.
Death of an Old Inhabitant. A correspondent writes In the death of Mr Edward Edwards, Bryny- felin, last week, there has passed away one of the few surviving miners who were engaged at the Talargoch mines. He had been ailing for some months, and was 72 years of age— very old when we consider that the average miners at the leadworks were old at 52, and most of them for generations did not even attain that age. The want of fresh air, the poisonous gases of the metal and powder, and the walking up the ladders for say 300 yards, before the carriers came to use," carried its fatal effect on the miners, and they died young. I suppose Ed. Edwards worked as hard and as long in Talargoch as anyone in the parish. He was undoubtedly one of the best all-round miners that descended the old works. Very genial and quiet, he could command the best men to partner with him, and almost unfailing- ly could perceive the right spot to venture, and would always strike out for the lead and secure a good bargain" for himself and partners. He was above the average in point of intelligence, as well as in stature, standing 6ft. 2ins. and would have made a smart Life- guardsman had he aspired to that position. Churchman by religion, and very modeiate in politics, he was a man who brought the best common-sense to bear on any ques- tion that was introduced to him. He was an ideal workingman, both in his qualities as a workman, in his unimpeachable conduct, and in the intelligence he evinced in discussing any current topic. He leaves three daughters and one son to grieve his loss.
Week-night Services. These have been commenced at the English Congregational Church, Dyserth. and are held every Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock, conducted by the Rev Ben Williams (Pastor).
Literary Society. The newly-formed Wesleyan Literary; Society will hold the first debate of the session f this (Friday) evening, the subject to be dealt with being Is it advantageous or disadvan- tageous for Wales to keep her language alive?" The advantageous side will be put forward by Mr Edward Hughes, and the opposition by ( Mr Lewis Hughes. The President of the Society is the Rev. E. Mostyn Jones, with Mr Lewis Hughes as ] Vice-President, Mr Joseph Jones, Treasurer, and Mr John Hughes, Secretary, a committee being also appointed. A most interesting. syllabus has been prepared.
Graig Fawr Interpleader Action. This action, in which Mr J. 0. Earp sought to restrain a seizure being made at the Graig Fawr Quarries, Meliden, has now been decided. The case had been remitted from the High Court, Mr R. Jamieson (Liverpool) being plaintiff, and Mr David Roberts (Prestatyn) defendant. Judgment has been found for the claimant (Mr Earp) without costs.
SPECIAL SHOVT OF Ladies' Coats and Mantles, Millinery, etc., FOB THE PRESENT SEASON. JOHN ROBERTS. Kiieriasler House, Ffyioiroew. t.
C.M. Sunday School Meeting. The fourteen schools included in Holywell District held their bi-monthly meeting last Sunday at "Moriah," presided over by Mr Wynne. Newmarket. There were 26 delegates representing the various churches. In the morning Mr R. H. Jones, Llanerch- ymor, questioned the congregation in the 4th chapter of the theological treatise, The Director"; scripture passages were also rendered by Mr P. J. Roberts, Misses Jane Wil- liams, M. E. Jones, L. Davies and L. Pearson. At the afternoon meeting the children were catechised by Mr T. Jones, Mostyn. Choruses were rendered by the children's choir (under Mr E. Lloyd), and recitations were given by Messrs P. Blythin, T. J. Dennis, D. Blythin, W. Griffiths, W. and E. Lloyd, J. and P. Williams, Nellie Dennis and K. Williams. At the evening meeting several addresses were delivered upon the "Sunday School: its work, its workers and their reward." The subject was opened by Mr Owen, Gwespyr. and followed by Messrs P. Williams (Green- field), Richard Thomas (Holywell), and John Jones (Gwynfa). A recitation was given by Mr E. Pearson, and a solo by Mr E. Lloyd. The meetings were most satisfactorily sus- tained, and the children did their share very creditably. Mr Jones (Berthen), enquired into the position of the School, and was in- formed that it had been strenghened by 16 new members during the year.
Baptist Union of Flintshire. A large number of delegates came from the various affiliated churches in the county to the bi-monthly meeting which was held at the" Tabernacle Chapel on Monday. The chair was taken by the Rev. Thomas Salisbury, who, in his address, spoke of the duty of loyalty and love for their denomination. The Baptists stood upon truths not really held by any other body of Christians. Addresses were given by Rev. B. Evans, Rhuddlan, on Religion and what it is Rev. G. Evans, Rhyl, on Personal Religion," Rev. M. F. Wynne (Prestatyn), dealt with the same subject and also spoke on The Way of Salvation Rev. R. Williams, Bagillt, on Baptism and the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper Rev. E. Williams, Holywell, on "The Need of the Church." Powerful sermons were preached in the evening by Revs. R. E. Williams, Holywell, and G. Evans, Rhyl.
St. Andrew's English Congregational. The well-known missionary, Rev T. Barrett of Scarborough, will preach here next Sunday and also the following Sunday, and during the intervening week-nights Mr Barrett will conduct mission services. All are heartily invited to attend.
SUNDAY SERVICES AT FFYNNONGROEW. BETHANIA WRSLEYAN CHAPEL (Welsh). — ]0 a.m. Rev J. Lloyd Hughes; 6p.m., Rev R. Hopwood. MonIAH C.M. CHAPEL (Welsh). -10 a.m., and 3 p.m., Rev E. L. Roberts, Saltney Ferry. ALL SAINTS (Church of England).—10-30 a.m. ;WeIsh), 6'p.m. (English) Rev. H. Harris, B.A. ST. ANDBEW'S CONGREGATIONAL CHTJHCH (English) to-BO a.m. and 6 p.m. Rev T. Barrett, Scarborough. SILOAH CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH (Welsh).— 10 i.m. aad 6 p.m. services. TABEKNACLE BAPTIST CHAPEL (Welsh).—10 a.m. md 6 p.m. Rev. R. Morgan. PENIEL WESLEYAN CHAPEL (Welsh) Pen-y-ifordd. 2 p.m. Rev J. LI. Hughes 6 p.m., Prayer Meeting GWYNFA C.M. CHAPEL (Welsh), Rhewl Fawr.— 3 p.m. Rev E. L. Roberts; 6 p.m., Prayer Meeting. LLANASA.—GKOES CHAPEL (Welsh) WESLEYAN. )-30 a.m. Rev. R. Hopwood 6 p.m. Mr E. Ellis Grwaenysgor. TRELOQAN .—WESLEYAN CHAPEL (Welsh), 2, p.m. Rev.R.Hopwood; 6 p.m., Mr W. Parry, Llanasa
SUNDAY SERVICES AT MOSTYN BETHEL C.M. CHAPEL (Welsh).-10 a.m. Rev W. Williams, Bagillt; 6 p.m., Prayer Meeting. BRYN SION, WESLEYAN CHAPEL (Welsh).-IO a.m. and 6 p.m. Mr W. Griffiths, Gwespyr. CYSEGR CONGREGATIONAL CHAPEL (Welsh).—10 a.m. and 6 p.m. Rev Dr. E. Pan Jones. ENGLISH CONGREGATIONAL CHUBCH.—10-30 a.m. and 6 p.m. Mr Morris, Liverpool. CHRIST CHURCH (Church of England), 10 a.m. (Welsh) and 11-15 a.m. (English), Rev. W. V. Jones, M.A. (Vicar) ani Rev. T. G. Jones. B.A. (curate) 6 p.m. (Welsh), Rev W. V. Jones, M.A., Vicar. LADY AUGUSTA SCHOOL CHAPEL (English).- 6 30 9 p.m. Rev T. G. Jones, B.A., Curate.
Saturday Night Entertainments at the Congregational Schoolroom. The admittance to the entertainments is Id. only. It is hoped that previous patronisers will not keep away by the erroneous announce- ment last week, that 2d. was the admittance charge. The next meeting will be on Satur- day week, for which various interesting items are being prepared.
Died on His Way Home. On Monday the funeral of ex-Sergeant Nelson took place at Meliden. It will be remembered that a few years ago he was stationed at Mostyn, and after being in the force for about 30 years he retired. Ex- Sergeant Nelson had been to Canada to visit his daughter, and he was taken ill on the return journey, as a result, it is stated, of hurrying for the steamer. He died soon after getting on board, and his remains were brought to Meliden to be interred. The funeral was attended by a number of district police.
Lantern Lecture. At the Wesleyan Chapel on Wednesday last week a lecture on Palestine was given by Mrs Hopwood (Llanasa), with lantern illustrations by the Rev. R. Hopwood. The chair was taken by Mr A. E. Jones, Brynteg. Some splendid views were shewn on the screen, these being fully explained by Mrs Hopwood. There was a very large attendance, and the lecture was much appreciated, the light shewn on scriptural history being a con- siderable help to Sunday School workers. A hearty vote of thanks was accorded Mrs Hopwood, Rev. R. Hopwood, and the Chair- man, on the proposition of Mr J. B. Thomas, seconded by Mr W. Griffiths.
The Council School. There are now 109 scholars on the register of the above school, and a good average attendance is maintained. This speaks well for the diligence of Mr Thomas, the head master. The school staff is to be increased.
Llanasa. An important public meeting is announced to be held at the Groes Chapel on Monday the 18th inst., under the presidency of J. Herbert Lewis, Esq., M.P. The Rev. W. O. Evans, of Rhyl, is to be the principal speaker, having been deputed by the North Wales Free Church Federation. Numerous other well known speakers are also expected to be present. A collection will be made towards the expenses of the Llanasa Parish Free Church Council, which is a very energetic body.
FOOTBALL NOTES. Prestatyn Rovers v United. The Rovers sustained their first defeat on Saturday, when they played the United on the Marine Road Ground, the latter winning by three goals to one. The Rovers were first to score, LI. Hughes running down the wing and scoring a good goal. The Reds continued to press, but their efforts were not awarded with good results. The United now showed up and had a penalty, which Jones saved. Although the Rovers were hard pressed their defence was sound, 0. Jones keeping an exceptionally good goal. Half time came with the Reds leading by one goal. The second half opened as fast as the first had been, the United again troubling the Rovers' defence, but they failed to find the net until twenty minutes from time when J. Roberts scored. Five minutes later A. Jones scored a second, J. Roberts adding a third. Final United 3, Rovers 1. When it is taken into consideration that the Rovers were playing against a side of twice their weight, including three of the pick of the Thursdays, it cannot be wondered at that they were beaten. But they fought hard, and kept the lead they had gained until three-quarter time arrived, when the superior weight (which was freely used) was too much for the Rovers. In goal O. Jones played a fine game, Parry for the United not being so safe. The backs on both sides played well. H. Hughes and W. Ellis were the pick of the halves, the United trio being weak. The forwards were a dashing lot, the Rovers being especially noticeable for their good runs down the wings. FORWARD.
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