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Hysbysiadau. 1)AT,IER SYIAV.—Bydd yn hyfrydwch gan y Cyhoeddwr osod i raewii yn rhad llvsbysiadau a-m tiyfarfodydd Ordcinio aSefydlu, Cyfarfodydd Chwarterol, a Chvmanfaoedd Sirol. Am bob math arall o Hysbysiadau Enwadol, codir yehydig dal am danynt. CAXADA I'B CTMRT, "VTEWYDJ) ei gyhoeddi, ac i'w g.iel m rhad ac am ddim ond ■ anfon am dano, I.LAff I.YFR YR YMpfJDWK C YiURTCIO I CANADA, MANITOBA, A'K NORTH WKST TEKIII- TQKIES." Dylai pawb sydd yn bwriadu ymftido anfoh am y llvfr hwn yn ddioed. er cael yr holl fanylion am y fordaith, y eliidiad cynorth- w.vol, y Kfermydd o 160 o orwau a roddir yn rhad, hoi] fanylion y triad a'i ehyi>yrcbion toreithioir, &e.. etc. I'w gael ond anfon at—The Canadian Government Agent, 15, Water-street, Liverpool.. ;j.0_S4j Cymanfa Dinbych a Fflint. U'1 YN'ELTlt yr uchod yn y Wyddgrug, ar y djrddiau Mercher a J lau, Gorphenaf 2il a'r 3ydd, ac nid Mehefin 24ain a'r 25ain, fel yr hysbyswyd unwaith. Y Gynadledd am 2 o'r gloch pryd- nawn dydd Mercher. Pregethir nos Fercher, ac am 10, i, a 6 dydd lau. Erfynir ar yr eg-hvysi gofio am y casgliad arferol at y Gymanfa. T. ROBERTS. _v.OJ.f Penygroes, sir Gaerfyrddin. T~\ YMUXA yr eglwys yn y lie ucliod wneyd yn liysbys nad yw vn gyflaus gauddi dderbyn cyhoeddiad neb i bregethu ar Biynobryd. WILLIAM BO WEN. 3.6.p. Nazareth, Pontlotyn. DYMUNA yr eglwys ucliod wneyd yn bysbys i bawb y peithyn iddynt Wybod nad ydym )-it derbyn cyhoeddiad unrliyw foregethwr o byn allan heb iddynt yn gyntaf ohebu ag ysgrifenydd yr eglwys. (Cyfeiriad) Mr WILLIAM HARRIS, 4, Church-street, Pontlotyn, via Cardiff. Cymanfa Mynwy. OYNELIR y Gymanfa uchod yn Brynmawr, ar y dyddian Mawrth a Mercher, Gorphenaf 22ain a'r 23ain. Y Gynadledd am 2 o'r gloch prydnawn y dydd evntaf. Pregethir vn vr lnvyr am 0.30 a 7 o'r gloch, a 10, 2, a (1 o'r gloch dydd Mercher. i'.yddwn yn ddiolchgar am gasgliad arferol eglwysi v sir ar gyfer trehlinu v Cymanfa. J. B. WILLIAMS.' 13.8. r Ebenezer, Llanrwst. OYNELIR Cyfarfodydd XTrddiad Mr D. Evans, o Goleg y Bala, c yn weinidog ar yr eglwys uchod nos Fercher a dydd lau, Gorphenaf 1 Ueg a'r 17t g. 'J'aer ddymunir ar i weinidoginn y cyleh ac ereill fod yn biesenol. 20.6.p. ° HUGH ROBERTS, Ysg. Cyfariod Chwarterol Cyfundeb Dwyrein- iol Morganwg. OYNEI.TR y cyfarfod y tro nesaf yn yr Efailisaf, ar y Mercher a'r lau cyntaf yn Gorphenaf, set'yr 2il a'r Sydd. Bydd yn lion genym weled yr holl frawdoliaeth yn bresenol ar liyn o rybudd. Y Gynadledd am lianer awr wecti 2 y dydd cyntaf, a'r t-yfarfodydd am 7, a thranoetn am 10, 2, a (>. 30.6 ;j. DAVIES, Gweinidog. COLEG CAERFYRDDIN. OYMER yr Arlioliad Blynyddol le, Llun, Mehefin SOain, a'r dyddiau canlynol. Cyfarfod eyffrcdinol y Tanysgrifwyr dydd lau, Gorphenaf 3ydd am 11 o'r gloeh. 27.6.w. LEWIS .TAMES, Ysgrifenydd. Ebenezer, JCastellnewydd-Emlyn OHYX allan, hyd wybodaeth pellacli, anfoner pob gohebiaeth cysylltiodig a'r eglwys uchod, i ofal Mr David Recs, Swan, x owcaBtle- Emlyn. 27.6.W. WILLIAM EVANS, Diacon. UEDDIAD. /~1YXELIR Cyfarfodydd Urddiad Mr W. R. Bouen, o Goleg Henaduriaethol Caerfyrddin, yn weinidog ar eglwys ('armel, Maesteg, nos Fawrtli a dydd Marcher, Gorphenaf l»ed a'r 16eg. siars i'r eglwys gan Dr liees, Abertawy, ac i'r gwein- idog gan y Parch I). Evans. Heol Awst, Caerfyrddin. Ilyild yn dda gar. yr eglwys weled gweinidogion y Cyfundeb, yn nghydag ereill a allont fod, yn bresenol yn y cyfarfodydd. 27.6.w. I). REES, Y sgrifenydd. Barham, Beaufort. DY3II NA yr eglwys uchod hysbysu y eynelir Cyfarfod Ordcinio Mr ,T. Vinson Stephens, o Athroi'a Aberlionddu, vn weinidog ami, Mehefin 30ain. Hydd trefn y cyfarfodydd fel hv 11— Am It a.m., pregethir gan Dr Morris, Aberlionddu, ar Natur Eglwys, ae yn yr un cyfarfod holir y gweinidog. Am 2 p.m" traddodir siars i'r eglwys gan y Parch W. Griffiths, Celidl, ac i'r gweinidog gan y l'arcli J. Ll. Jones, Peuclawdd. Am (i p.m., pregethir yn aghapel Carmel gan y I'archn J. Moms, l'ontygof, a'r Morris. Gwalioddir pawb yn gynes i'r oedfaon. 20.IJ.r BLAs HYFRYD. Cracroft's Arecanut Tooth Paste,—Drwy ddefnyddio y Deint-lvveh peraroglaidd nioethus liwn, daw arliw y danedd yn wyn, iaeh, a dysglaer tel itori. Y mae yn nodedig am ei bcrarogl, ae yn neillduol dde nyddiol er symud crestian o(ldiar ddanedil wedi eu hesgeuluso. Ar wertli gan yr holl Gyffyrwyr. l'otiau Is. a 2s. 6c. yr un. (Mynvvch Cacroft's.) PELENAU YR YSGYFAINT A'R CYLLA. — Dr. King'* Dandelion and Quinine Liver PiIl,1'.irl yw y Pelenau rhagorol hyn yn cynwys ejllJaint ag ol Mercury, na dim o'r am- rywiol ddefnyddiau peryglus a geir yn ami mevvn pelenau' liysbys- iadol. Y mae y ffaith lion yn parhau i gadw darganfyddiad "enwog Dr King ar y blaen i'r holl belenau pa bynag, fel y feildyginiaeth ddyogelaf, oreu, gyflymaf, a mwyaf sicr ae effeithiol ar gyfer anhwylderau yr Ysgyfaint a'r Cylla, pa un bynag ai yn y flurf o anhwylder Geriaidd, Tyndra, Difiyg Treuliad, (iwyntogrwydd, Snrni, Cur yn y Pen, Poen yn yr Ysgwyddau, Twyinyn ddior- phwys yr holl gorff, Diffyg Arcliwaeth at fwyd, neu arwyddion Uiffyg treuliad yn gyft'redinol. Ar wertli gan yr holl Gyffyrwyr MOO-MAIN LEVKK TKCSS is the most effective invention for the treatment of Hemia. The use of a steel spring, so hurtful in its effect, is avoided, a soft bandage being worn round the body, while the requisite resisting power is sup- plied by the Moc-Main Pad and Patent Lever, titting with so much ease and closeness that it cannot be detected. Send for descriptive circular, with testimonials and prices, to J. White and Co. (Limitedl, 228, Piccadilly, London, llo not buy of Chemists, who otten sell an IMITATION of our Moc-Main. J. White and Co., not any Agents. 20.6.p. LISTEN TO YOUR WIFE. THE Manchester Guardian, June 9, 1883, says- "At one of the windows looking on the woodland ways, with clumps of rhododendrons and great masses of May blossoms, there was an interesting group. It included one who had been a cotton spinner, but was so paralysed that lie could only bear to lie in a reclining position." This refers to my case at the Home for Incurables. I was first attacked twelve years ago with locomotor ataxy—a paralytic disease of nerve fibre rarely ever cured—and. was for several years barely able to get about, and for the last five years not able years barely able to get about, and for the last five years not able to attend to my business as cotton agent, although many things have been done for me, the last experiment being nerve stretching, two years ago. I was voted into the Home for Incurables, Mauldeth Hall, Heaton Mersey, near Mancheste <•, in May, 1882. a home that ought to be more widely known, where poor afflicted ones have every suitable comfort and attention. I am no advocate for anything in the shape of patent medieinfc, and made many objections to my dear wife's constant urging to try Hop Bittel's. but finally, to pacify her, consented. I had not quite finished the first bottle when I felt a change coijie over me, This Was Saturday, November 3. On Sunday morning, in dressing, I felt so strong on my legs, I said to my bedroom companions, I was sure I could walk;" so started across the floor and back. I hardly knew how to contain myself. I was all over the house. After finishing the first bottle, had four days to wait for the second, and by the time it came I had fallen. back considerably. Two days after I bejjau to take the second, my walking came back, and now, as the Home are finding the Bitters for me, I am gaining strength each day, and can walk quite safe without stick or any other support. [am now at my own house, and hope soon to be able to earn my own living again. I have been a member of the Manchester Royal Exchange for nearly thirty years, and was most heartily congratulated on going into the room on Thursday last.—Very gratefully yours, Jons BGACKBURX. 59, Teneriffe-strcet, Higher Broughton, Manchester, December 24,1883. To Hop Bitters Company, London. P,S.- y au will gather much respecting my case from the enclosed card. (Copy of Card.) J SECOND APPLICATION'. NORTHERN COUNTIES HOSPITAL FOR INCURABLES. May Election, 1882. Your votes and interest are respectfully solicited on behalf of JOHN BLACKIUJRN, aged forty-seven years, who for- eleven years has been afflicted with locomotor ataxy, and for the last throe years quite unable to attend to business. This case is recommended by Henj, Armitage, Esq., M.P. The Rev C, E. Stewart, Rector of St. James's, Higher Broughton. John Lowcoek, Esq., Mr John Heywood, Publisher, &e., Manchester. Mrs William Mather, Park Lea, Higher Broughton. Mr9 Winser, Woodland-terrace, Higher Broughton. Henry Simpson, Esq., M.D., Lond., Physician to the IIfnnchoster Royal Intirmary. James Ross, Esq., M.D., M.R.C.P., Assistant Physician to the Royal Infirmary. Alex. Hodgkinson, Esq., M.B., 26, King-street, Manchester. The above testimonial is from among thousands received. Hop Bitters cure dyspepsia, indigestion, kidney complaints, derangements of various kinds, and as a general family medicine, none have met with such genuine appreciation as Hop Bitters. Introduced to this country but a comparatively short time since, they have rapidl}' increased in favour until they are without question the most popular and valuable medicine known. Composed of simple materials, it is a marvel of delicate and successiul combination. Every ingredient goes straight to the mark at which it is aimed, and never fails. Pleasant to the palate, agreeable to :the stomach, and thoroughly effective as a cure, it has Won for itself the confidence of all. Hop Bitters are used in six of the large London hospitals and similar institutions throughout the world, and are the purest and best medicine ever made. SOLD BY ALL CHEMISTS AND MEDICINE VENDORS. 13.G.84.r CYMLLUN DA. Q"1 ac ucliod wedi en buddsoddi, o dan y gyfunijrefn anghyfrifol, mown Ariansoddion a Rhaiidaliadau wedi eu dethol yn ofaltis, a ddychwelant eirtllion rhagorol niewn yehydig ddyddiau. Gellir cael pob manylion yn y Llyfr Eglurhaol (pedwerydtl argraftiad), yr liwn a anfoiiir yn rhad no yn rhydd trwy y Post. Cyfeiriad—GEO. EVANS & CO., Stockbrokers, Gresham House, Old Broad-street, London, E.C. Y eynllun goreu a dyogelaf a ddyfeisiwyd erioed. 8.6.p. TY OYMRUIG, i.LU^DAm 9, Til A NH T- PL A GE, TEMPLE PAP., STRAND, W. C. Four doors from Old Temple Bar, and ,opposite the New Law Courts. ~TT7~ILLTAM BOI'ERTS a ddyrautja hysbysu ei VV fod, oherwvdd yr anognetli wresog a (Merbyn- iodd gan yfii yn aros yn ei 115', wedi helaethu y lie uchod, fel y gal! Sicilian y dedwyddweh mwyaf i drafaelwyrac ytnvvelwyr a Lluiuiam, am y prisiau mwyaf rhesyinol. MEDDYGINIAETH YR YSGYFAINT, TARAXACUM A PoDoPiiYLLiN.— Y mae y eyinysgedd gwlybyrol hun, a dynir o wreiddiau meddygol, yji dyl'od yu dra phobloguidd a defnyddir ef yn awr yn lie blue pill a. calomel i wellhau diffyg treuliad, anhwyldeb geriawl, a holl arwyddion croniad yr ysgyfaint, yr hwn yn gyffi,c(lin sydd yn cynyrchu peen dan yr ysgwyddau, cur yn y pen, cysgadrwydd, dim chwnnt bwyd, yn crestenu y tafod, bias drwg yn y boreu, pen ysgufnder.cynhwrt'yu y cylla, a theimlad o iselder. Y mae yn gOsod yr ysgyfaint mnsgrell ar waith, yn gweithredu yn dyner ar y coluddion, gan roddi teimlad o ieehyd a chysur mewn 240 oriau. Y mae y feddygin- iaeth ddyosrelaf. Taraxacum a PodOphyllin sydd wlvliwr vn cael ei wneyd yn unig gan J. PEPPER, Bedford Laboratory, Loudon, ellW yr hwn sydd ar bob label. Y mae yn Qwysig i sylwi ar hyn. Poteli 2s. 9c. Gwerthir gan bob Cyflyrydd. ADFERYDD G-WALLT IIHADLON. Gwna Lockyer's Sulphur'Hair Restorer dduo gwallt gwyn. ac yn inlien yehydig ddyddiau ddvv.vn yn ol y Jliw. Y mae" yr eifaith yu rhagori ar yr hyn a gynyrchir gan liwiedydd uniongyrehol, ae nid ydyw yn niweidio^y eroen. Y mae yr eiddo Loekyer yn gyiartal a'r drutai. Y mae y goreu er adfer gwallt.gwyn i'w Itw cyntefig. Yn cynyrchu shade berffaith naturiol. Y mae yn wertlifawr i ddiuystrio een, no i faetliu a thyfu gwallt newydd. (ian fod Sulphur yn'cael ei brisio yn fawr am ei riinvetldau symbylawl, glan liaol, ae aeaSol" ar chwarenan y gwalli.cymer- advvyr Loekyer's Restorer yn awr. Poteli muwrion, is. (ic. Ar werth gan holl Gyffyrwyr, Gwalltdryswyr, a Pheraroglwyrlyn inhob man. r. Wonderful Discovery! No more Small Pox Marks! LEOIST AND CO.'S OBLITERATOB (PATENTED) T3EM0VKS all Small Pox Marks, Rough Skin, Sun Freckles, J V Sun Burns, &c., and Dandruff from Face and Head. 111, LliON, the inventor of the Obliterator, has obtained several medals and diplomas 6i honour, and has been appointed purveyor to several Royal and Imperial Courts. Leon and Co.'s Obliterator is approved by the Medical Faculty. No more Small Pox Marks No more Rough Skin 1 No more Sun Freckles! The very worst cases of Small Pox Marks are snccessfullv treated by Leon and Co.'s Obliterator. Simply rub Leon and Co.'s Obliterator into the skin with a clean sponge three or four times a day, for a few minutes each time. and then the SmallPox Marks will gradually disappear. The application of Leon and Co.'s Obliterator is quite simple and harmless Leon aud Co.'s Obliterator causes no inconvenience whatever. Dr Pierre and Dr Seboll certify that Leon and Coo's Obliterator contains nothing whatever of an injurious character. It produces a elear, beautiful, and smooth skin 1 Leon and Co.'s Obliterator is sold by all Chemists, Hairdressers, and Perfumers. In Bottles at Is Gd. gs, and 5s <3d each, or forwarded by Parcel Post 3d extra. Caution 1—None genuine nuless" Leon & Co." is engraved upon the bottle. CHIEF DEPOT OF THE OULITERATOH Messrs LEON & CO., Perfumers to H.M. the Queen, 202, High-street, Stratford, London, E. EXPOUT.—Perfumes of all kinds, Essences, Extracts, Toilet Vinegar, Hair Restorer, <;öl,lcn. Brown, and Black Hair Dye." Eün de Cologne, gay HnIn, and other perfumes tor Lar1jí\S' Baths, in bottles all at Is (id. "s, and 5 s lid each; either size by Parcel Yost 3d extra. Cantion 1—None geuuiuu unless "Leon & Co." js engmvPtl upon the bottle. LEON AND CO.'S 13 E*P ILATORT ) (PATENTED). Leon and Co.'s Depilatory is the only safe and efficacious com- pound, removing in a few minutes any superfluous hair from any part of the body without any pain or even unpleasant sensation. Mix a small portion of the Depilatory with a little cold water; od mb the paste thus produced into the hairy skin, and allow it to dvy for one or two minutes; then sponge oft' with cold water, and the hair will be'completely removed, never to grow again. MessrsJLKON <fc CO., Perfumers to ll.M. the Queen, 2(12, High- street, Stratford, London, E. Every genuine packet is signed Leon & Co." Sold by all Chemists, Hairdressers, and Perfumers price Gd, Is, Is (id, 3s, and fls lid per packet, or by post Id extra. Highly-perfumed Toilet Soaps—Brown Windsor, Transparent, Tar, Glycerine, Curd, Honey, Almond, arid Oatmeal. Every genuine tablet is staifiped Leon & Co., Stratford, E." Price t) (L per tablet. Beware of inferior imitations 13.6.8!.j HEALTH. Yet oft we slight thy worth, 0 blessed Health Poor mortals as we are, till thou art llown And thy sweet.joys, uiote dear than fa.i.e or wealth, Touch not our heatts, but p is-i unie't, unknown." HAMLEY. THOSE WHO VALUE HEALTH SHOULD DAILY USE DANIEL'S DANDELION' COFFEE Prepared from the Pure Fresh Dandelion Boot. SOLD ONLY IN TINS AT Is 7td EACH By the P opr etor, W. L. DANIEL, CHEMIST, 64, High Street, Merthyr Tydiil. As this Preparation is different from all others sold under the name of Dandelion Coffee, Pui chasers must BE SURE TO ASH For,, AND SEE THAT THEY ARE SUPPLIED WITH DANIEL'S DANDELION COFFEE, Which, when ONCE TRIED, will ALWAYS be pr: KFEEttED, both tor its agreeable TASTE and EFFICACY This is *by it lias obtained from public opinion ar unsolicited OF nl.1;EJR.;J;"r. There's a proud modesty in merit Averse fto o asking, and resolved to pay Ten times the gifts it asks." DRYDEN. Dadgysylltiad a Dadvvaddoliad yr Eglwys Selydledig yn IV ghymru. r lYIIOEDDIR yn fuan y Papyr ar y mater ucliod a ddarllenwyd V yn Jigliynadledd Cwrdd Chwarter (Jyfuudeb Isaf Sir Gaerfyrddill, UhWeÎl'O!' !\Je¡¡;, HIS!. Argrefflr ef ar gais y Gynadledd. Pris ic., neu 14s. y oant, „ Anfoner archebion ut yr awdwr, Rev. K. MOliGAN, Saint Clears. U.4.84,r Clears. U.-t.S-t.r