DR. PETER PRICE and SOCIALISM. At Ebenezer, Trecynon, on Tuesday evening, under the auspices of the Peace Propaganda Society, a well-at- tended meeting was held. The Rev. James Jones, Cwmdare, presided, and introduced to the gathering the Rev. Peter Price, B.A., D.D., Rhos, who spoke on the "Kingdom of Heaven." He remarked that God had ordained enough bread for all, and if there were some who did not get enough it was because others got too much. How- ever, man could not live on bread alone. He was a spiritual being with great possibilities and responsibilities. The present social discontent was divine. It was Christian in its origin if not always in its methods. Everywhere saiti to-day, "J am not a tool, not a machine." The speaker strongly cri- ticised Sir Henry Junes' marks of false Socialism." He (the speaker) had called the Investiture at Carnarvon "a tin show but a trenchant one." What we wanted was not royalty but royal manhood. No principles were more abused than those of Socialism. Dow- lais, where he lived many years, was regarded as a hotbed of Socialism, but he had met there some of the finest characters he had ever seen. One of them was Mr. John Davies, miners' agent. Mr. Davies was one of the oc- cupants of the "set fawr" in Bethan- ia, Dowlais. And if the other deacons were all like John Davies he (Mr. Price) would never have left that church. But there were rackrenters there. He was elated when told the other day that the name of Keir Hardie was still revered in Aberdare. He was glad that some of the men of Aber- dare were strong enough to strike out for the freedom of conscience. There could never be a better opportunity to be brotherly than the present one. Per- sonally he was a greater believer in ori- ginal goodness than in original sin. We were no longer patrons but men, no longer nations but humanity. So long as we had frontiers we would have jealousies, and as long as we had jeal- ousies there would be wars. There could be no munition factory in the kingdom of heaven. We could not save the world by destroying it. Christ- ianity was essential to the social move- ment. Jesus Christ's method was re- formation rather than revolution, ex- cept when revolution was deemed neces- sary to establish a, brotherhood on earth. At the close the Chairman remarked that it would be well to have more of Christ on the District Council, on the Tribunal and in Parliament.
fI MAY DAY GAMES AND BALLADS. Mrs. Aubrey Roberts gave a very charming demonstration under the above title at the concluding meeting of the Tabernacle Young People's League, Aberdare, on Tuesday, May 1st, under the chairmanship of Mr. Louis Thomas, B.A. The lecturer, who gave descrip- tions of May Day festivals and customs of many lands, illustrated her remarks with water-colour sketches, and was assisted by a varied programme of re- citations, and vocal and instrumental music. Mr. W. Thomas, Trecynon, was especially appreciated for his fine violin renderings. Solos were given by Miss May Hopkins and Miss Rita Jeffreys. A choir from the National Schools rendered in char- acter an old ballad. The Tabernacle Girls' Choir furnished other items, and Miss Olive George, Miss Ollie Saunders, and faster Glyn Saunders took part with recitation and song. The school- room was full. Mr. Saunders, Mr. J. A. Lloyd and the Rev. T. M. Jeffreys in the subsequent discussion voiced the gratitude of the League for Mrs. Roberts' valuable service.
MR. STANTON AND RABBIT COURSINC. Mr. C. B. Stanton, M.P., has given notice to ask several questions in Par- liament during the week. He is calling attention to the holding of rabbit coursing matches in Wales, and declares that at Caerphilly and other places such contests are held every week. "I regard them," says Mr. Stanton, "as brutal, and with a tendency to demoralise and brutalise the people associated with them, and it is full time to put a stop to this sham sport in the interests of sport which is healthy and Teal." It has come to Mr. Stanton's know- ledge that important tobacco firms, in fixing the new prices for tobacco, are charging more than the new tax justifies, and are thus making an extra profit out of the new taxation. He is urging Mr. Bonar Law to deal with the readjustment of prices, so far, to use his own words, to prevent these un- patriotic. pilfering profiteers from robbing the workman. Mr. Stanton, too. is objecting to the secret session. He is taking the question up with the Prime Minister, pointing* out that the members of the House include persons who are notoriously pro-German in sympathies and actively anti-British in their actions. If, he says. Ministers are to speak the truth and the whole truth. what is to prevent these pro-German from divulging the information they receive ? Mr. Stanton is also urging reforms with regard to the treatment of the wounded, and takes special objection to the 6d. a day which is deducted for their keep in hospital.
Letters to the Editor. THE PEACE MEETING. Mr. Editor.—I attended a most in- teresting meeting last Tuesday evening at Ebcncz/cr, Trecynon, under the aus- pices of the Aberdare Propaganda Peace Society. The Rev. James Jones, E!im, Cwmdare, took the chair, one of the most sincere men, with whom J. deeplv symoathi.se in his martyrdom. Dr. Peter Price, Rhos, one of the most popular miniaters in Wales since the Revival, who was placarded to speak on the "Kingdom of Heaven," had one of the finest audiences. But allow me to state here that I was greatly disappointed in the meet- ing. As it was a Peace Meeting why not a few prayers to heaven for peace ? Surely God has the last word to sav in the destinies of nations. And why not send a strong resolution in favour of peace to the War Council, and another to the Kaiser, who by now is a sadder if not a saner man? i Dr. Price's address was a treat of hot hash, made up of bits of old ser- mons and lectures, seasoned with strong spices and gravies to suit the palate of his audience, who cheered him to the echo. He emphazised very excellent truths, lie committed very in- genious inconsistencies, and offered S2me i.grave compromises. Al- though the meeting was held under the A.P.P.S. to Advocate peace and brotherhood, Dr. Price preached the most virulent class hatred. Some poor mortal, who happened to he a ,J.P.. was dubbed a "Big Hug"; some deac ons at Bethania, Dowlais, termed "rack- renters"; "scoundrels'v was hurled at others, and "Royalty" was spat upon. Of course, all this was for gallery con- sumption. and was greatly reiished. Revolution" was passionately advo- cated to bring about the Kingdom of Heaven, if "Reformation" was further delayed. Now I am a Pacifist, "a man of peace," as "he chairman said. I pray for peace; I publish the glad tidings of peace, and I am anxious to do anything and everything in my power to bring, about "Peace on earth and good-wiH among men." So will you allow me to ask the Rev. J. Jones, Cwmdare, to state clearly what is the programme of the A.P.P. Society? What do they propagate and fight for, and hope to- attain? Tuesday evening's meetincr brought peace no "forrarder." Dr. Price's solution of the present terrible problem was verv comical and highly amusing. He advocated bring- ing say 6 of the leading personalities connected with the war, from everv belligerent country, pack them into- some backyard, and let them fight the matter between them to a finish.0 Now that would be jolly fun, but I feel sure the Kaiser, for one, would not enter the cock-pit; lie would be a conscientious objector to that easy way of fighting tc a finish. Perhaps little Willie would enjoy the game. But surely that is not what you, Mr. Jones, advocate. So what is the Society's programme of peace? Is it peace of victory for the allies, or the peace of victory for Germany r Or do you advocate the duty of the Allies to throw up the sponge to-morrow, and leave Belgium, Serbia, Rumania, ew., under the bloody heels of the German hordes? I ask the Rev. J. Jones because I feel sure of a sincere, straightforward answer; and if what the Society aims at is within the bounds of possibility, vou will have to "put my name down" also. I am with you heart and soul.—Yours sincerelv, CYNOG WILLIAMS.
BAPTIST CYMANFA CANU. The 38th singing festival of the Baptist Union (Aberdare District) was held on, Monday, the morning meeting at. Noddfa, Trecynon, and the afternoon and evening meetings at Calfaria, Aber- dare. The Rev. Arthur Davies, Mer- thyr, conducted. The organist in the morning was Miss G. M. Thomas, Nodd- fa, and in the other meetings Mr. George Jenkins, Aberdare, in the absence of Professor Tom Davies through ill- ness. The presidents were: Morning-, and afternoon, the Rev. J. Griffiths, Calfaria; evening, Mr. J. King, Noddfa. The anthems, "Teyrnasa, Iesu Mawr," and "Arglwydd, Chwiliaist," were sung; also several hymns, many of them the work of local composers, naraely:- Messrs. D. E. Parry, Cwmbach; Gwilym Jones, Aberdare; W. Clay Jenkins, Cwmaman; T. J. Morgan (Pencerdd Cynon), Cwmbach; Thomas J. Thomas, Abernant; Abraham Watkins, organist of Ynyslwyd, and J. T. Williams, Cwmdare. The Cymanfa sustained its high reputation for earnest singing and large attendances. The prizes for com- posing hymn tunes were awarded tc Messrs. Edgar de Lloyd and Thomas J. Thomas. The conductor sang a solo of his own composition to words by the Rev. J. T. Job. A vote of sympathy with the organist, Professor Tom Davies. in his continued illness, was passed. Mr. Gwilym Richards, Ynyslwyd, a sectional conductor, was congratulated on his restoration to health. -——
NEW CIRLS' INTERMEDIATE I SCHOOL, ABERDARE. WANTED. — Caretakers for the above School—Man and Wife. Applicants must have a knowledge of gardening and lawn keeping; must understand heating apparatus and at- tend to cleaning and minor repairs. Requisites provided. Wages, t2 per week and weekly war bonus of 5s. Applications to be sent to me on or before Monday, the 14th May, 1917, together with copies of three recent testimonials. JOHN D. THOMAS, Clerk to the Governors. 29 Canon Street, Aberdare. Prepaid Small Avertisements. /nserted at the following specially low rates:— One week. 3 wks. 6 wks. 12 words 0 9 1 9 3 0 20 1 0 2 6 4 0 28 1 3 3 3 5 0 86 „ 1 6 4 0 6 0 44 1 9 4 9 7 0 These charges apply only to the follow- ing classes of advertisements:—Apart- ments, Situations (Vacant or Wanted), To Let, Lost or Found, and Miscellaneous Sales and Wants. Trade Advertisements will be charged an additional 50 per cent. Properties for Sale or Wanted at double above rate. If not prepaid extra will be charged. Advertisement and Publishing Offices, 19 Cardiff Street, Aberdare. All replies to be called for at the Office. Advertisers who desire to have replies sent to them should forward stamps. WANTED. SMART Young Lady as Appeutice.— Prance Williams. HOUSE in Aberdare. Rent, :25s. to 28s. £ 1 given for key.—Apply, H.O., Leader Office. SICK Visitor (Woman) required by a large Approved Society, Aber- dare and Merthvr Valleys. Preference given to those with nursing experience and who can cycle. Permanency. — Apply, 4K, Leader Office, Aberdare. THREE or Four Good Ironers. — Apply, Aberdare Laundry.^ SMART Apprentices for General Drapery. — Apply. Powell & Jones, Bee Hive, Aberdare. WANTED by the Aberdare Co- operative Society, Ltd., a man (ineligible) with a knowledge of Machinery and Motors, and to make himself generally useful. Applica- tions, stating age and wages, to be in by Tnesday, May 15th, 1917. RESPECTABLE General. Small family.—Apply, R.G., Leader. BOY, 14 upwards, to deliver milk. Good wages for suitable lad. — Apply, Lewis. Pant Farm, Cwmbach. WANTED a tidy girl to assist in house work.—Apply, 2 Duke Street, Aberdare. MILLINERY AND DRAPERY. — J. H. Powell < £ Son, London House, Aberaman, require Apprentices for the Millinery and Fancy Drapery Departments. An ideal opportunity for suitable yound ladies to acquire a knowledge of the trade under the best conditions.—Apply personally at Lon- don House, Aberaman. MAN and Wife without children wanted to keep house for .widower.-Apply, 46, "Leader" Office. WHILE the men clerks are away with the Colours, a Lady Short- hand Typist for the Education Office, Town Hall, Mountain Ash. Salary, 3os. a week. Application form may be obtained of A. Morgan, Education Office, Towa Hall, Mountain Ash. WANTED to Buy a Second-hand Piano, to suit learner. Apply by letter, giving price, to F.O., Leader Office. FOR SALE. PORTABLE Forge, Fan Blast, per- fect order. Pan 22 bv 26. £2 15s.-41 Rheola Street, Penrhiw- ceiber. FINAL Reductions. — White Leg- horns, White Wyandottes, Buff Orpingtons, Anconas, Rhode I. lleds. Eggs for sitting from 4s. to 5s. dozen. Cfii-cks, 10s. to 12s. Broody hens. — Davies, Fruiterer, Jubilee Hoad, Aber- aman. SPLENDID Pram. Cheap.—Apply, s M.A., Leader Office. DAY Old Chicks, from best pedigree layers, R.I. Reds, White Wyan- dottes, and Barred Rocks, Is. each.— Jones, 3 Broneynon Terrace, Aberdare. (""1AMPINES Eggs and Broody Hens. J —Chidgey, Denhir Farm, Llwyd- coad, Aberdare. coad, Aberdare. EGGS for Sitting. — R.I.R., Leg- horns and Wyandottes. Eggs, 4s. 6d. per dozea. Chickens, double. No better layers than the parents of these. —Stephens, 10 George Street,* Aberaman. TO LET. SHOP.in Harriet Street, Trecynon. s Suit hairdresser. Apply. Car- penters' Arms, Trecynon. BEDROOM and Sitting Room or Lodgings, suit one or two young men. Bath, etc. Central. Moderate terms.—Apply, 3F, Leader Office, Aber- dare. .¿rf and Shop, 46 Street, i A Al>eraman, to let. — Apply. -th, Abernant Road, Aberdare. iTTRNTSHED or unfurnished rooms. Suit respectable couple without ildrc,a ,or two lady friends.—Apply. "H, Leader Office. ,d)ROOM and sitting-room. Hath, -L.J h. and c.—Apply, B.D., Leader J CMuce. 17EENi-IS Studio, S'iop a¡( Hons*, ] or separately.—Apply. 27 Whit- combe Street. M Ps. M. A. HARRIS Widow of the late Mr. J. W. Harris, who for many years carried on the business of PHOTOGRAPHER at the Triumph Studio, 1 Station St, Aberdare, Begs to thank all thoso who patronised the late Mr. Harris, and respectfully solicits the continuance of the same to her The Business will be carried on as usual, and all orders entrusted to her will be executed with promptness. AHB(fsP?TALE FLOWER SHOW AT ABERNANT PARK, TUESDAY, AUGUST 7th, 1917. TIMBERING COMPETITIONS. Special Classes for 1917 New Allotment Holders. — OVER £120 IN PRIZES. Schedules now ready. Apply to- John Eynon, Secretary, 30 Cardiff St., Aberdare. MERTHYR TYDFIL UNION. —- Appointment of Temporary Senior Clerk in Collector's Office. THE GUARDIANS OF THE POOR JL of the above Union invite appli- cations for the appointment of Tem- J porary Senior Clerk (of either Sex, but Males must be ineligible) in the Office of their Collector and Warrant Officer. Applicants must be good writers and quick at figures. Salary, 27/6 per week, payable monthly, less deductions under the National Health Insurance Act. The period of the appointment will be that of the War, or such other period as the Guardians may determine. Applications, accompanied by copies of three recent testimonials, must reach me not later th&n the first post on Friday, the 18th day of May, 1917, and must be on Forms which may be obtained from my Office, either by a personal application, or by letter, in the latter case a stamped addressed fools- cap envelope must be enclosed. By Order, FRANK T. JAMES, Clerk to the Guardians. 134 High St., Merthyr Tydfil. LOST. ON Sunday, May 5th, in Ynyslwyd Chapel, or between the Chapel and the top of the Park, a Lady's Gold Keyless Watch. Finder rewarded on returning same to Aberdare Police Station. PROPERTIES FOR SALE. EVEN-ROOMED Modern House, s Five minutes from Aberdare. What offers?—Z.Y., Leader Office. -4- MISCELLANEOUS. < <■ ERMANY means to starve us I v_J out," says Mr. Neville Cham- berlain. Let every poultry-keeper strike for Britain by producing more eggs. Karswood Harmless Poultry Spice, containing ground insects, will help. Packets 2d., 6d., Is. Try it from John Davies, Corn Merchant, Duke Street, Aberdare. '6 /"2J.ERMANY means to starve us VX out," says Mr. Neville Cham- berlain. Let every poultry-keeper strike for Britain by producing more eggs. Karswood Spice will help. 2d., 6d., Is.—Davies & Son, Talf Stores, Duke Street, Aberdare. IT is easy to rear every chick to lay at six months old if you sprinkle Karswood Chicken Powder, containing ground insects, regularly over their soft food. 2d., 6d., Is.—.Jones, 9 Oxford v^treet, Mountain Ash. NO DEAD CHICKS.—To make your poultry pay, you must rear every chick, and the only sure way to do this is to feed them for the first three weeks exclusively on Armitage's No. 1 Origin- al Dry Chick Ftod, and follow on with Armitage's No. 2 Crow-On Chicken Mixture, and Armitage's No. 3 Small Chicken Corn. Manufactured by Ar- mitage Brothers, Ltd., Poultry Food Specialists, Nottingham.-Sold by D. J. Price, Royal Stores, Penrhiwceiber; I W. L. Herbert, Herbert Stores, Cwm- aman, Aberdare; John Davies, Duke Street, Aberdare; T. L. Castree, Corn Merchant, Mountain Ash; Jones Bros., Margaret Street, Abercynon; K. H: Pugh, Margaret Street, Abercynon. CHIROPODY.—Corns, Bunions, In- growing Toe-Nails are dealt with on scientific methods by a certificated chiropodist. Residences visited any- where in district. Moderate fee". Lewis, 1 Canon Street (Opposite Post Ofdre), Aberdare. } lN ¡: & CO., 18b Whitoonibe ",I.J arreet, Aberdsro, tre buying wiling Second-hard SECOND-HAND CLOTHING BOUCHT and SOLD IT TV/T QILVERMANS ARMY 1 • O STORES, L5 CARDIFF ROAD, ABERDARE. (Opposite Full Moon Hotel.) Army Boots a Speciality.
I BIRTHS, NikqqlkCES aqd DEATHS, BIRTH8, MARRIACES, DEATHS. ACKNOWLEDCMENTS AND IN MEMORIAM NOTICES Are charged at the minimum rate of 1/6 for 80 words, &nd sixpence for each I additional ten words or part of ten words, and must be prepaid. Lists of wreaths and wedding pres- I ents are charged at the minimum rate of Is. 6d. for one inch and Is. for each additional inch. DEATH. CAT,DICOTT.-Ori May 5th. at 23 Dean Street, Aberdare, Phyllis Mildred, the dearly-beloved granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Caldicoft, agedv 15. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS. WILLIAMS.—The widow and children of the late David John Williams, 327 Cardiff Road, Aberaman, beg to sincerely thank the kind relatives and friends who extended them sym- i patin" in their recent sad bereave- ment, also for floral tributes received. j LEWIS.—Mr. and Mrs. John Lewis, Pant Farm, return thanks for the many expressions of sympathy shewn to them in their bereavement. ROPER.—Mrs. and Miss Roper, 31 HOP}H.-Irs. and :Miss RDper, B Morris Avenue, Penrhiwceiber,. desire to sincerely thank all friends for kind j expressions and letters of sympathy j received in their recent sad bereave- j ment. j JAMES.—Mr. and Mrs. James, 11 Bedlwyn Row, Cwmaman, beg to thank all kind friends for their mani- festations of sympathy with them in their sad bereavement; and for floral tributes received. j THOMAS.—The sisters, brother (and their families) of the late Mr. David Thomas, Llanwonno Rd., Cwmaman, j beg to tender their thanks to all kind friends for messages of sym- pathy with them in their recent sad bereavement; and for floral tributes received. j IN MEMORIAM. I THOMAS.—In loving memory of my i dear husband, John Thomas, 136 Brynmair Road, Godreaman, who was killed at Fforchaman Colliery II May 5th. 1915. Two years have passed since that sad day When one we loved was called away; His loving voice and smiling face, No one can fill our dear one's place. .Ever remembered by wife and children.
The Palace,! MOUNTAIN ASH. j MONDAY, MAY 14th. I For 3 Nights only, j A Wonderful Fox Production, in 5 acts, entitled, j "The Walls I of Jericho"; From the celebrated Play by Alfred Sutro. ( STARRINC STUART HOLMES. i — j Coming Shortly: Cladys Cooper in THE SORROWS OF SATAN."
At Port Said. Mr. and Mrs. Irons, Cardiff Arms, Aberaman, have received news that their son, Pte. P. C. Irons, who was seriously wounded in the chest at the Battle of Gaza on the 26th March, is progressing favourably. He is at the 31st General Hospital, Port Said. Pte. Irons joined the l/o Welsh Regt. in Sept., 1914. He was at the landing of Suvla Bay. He was employed as tram conductor by the Aberdare District Council, and was the first employe to volunteer. He has two brothers with ] the Colours.
With the Royal Flying Corps. Ewart Owen Howe, eldest son of Mi- and Mrs. O. M. Howe, of Holly Croft, Ynysboeth, joined the H.F.C. at the age of 17 years as a second class Air Mechanic. He has now served a year and a half, and was a fortnight ago home on S days' leave, having received sligtit injury to his right arm by tile] propeller of the aeroplane. He has now !we,it promoted to first class air mechanic, and for distinction the em- blem of the propeller of the airship has been placed on his right arm. He lias served for the last 9 months at St. Albans, Herts, under the supervision ni ior Turner, Officer Commanding the R.F.C.
CAN L. N. WILLIAMS (AP CARW COCH). Tua chanol y ganrif ddiweddaf yr oedd Dyffryn Cynon yn dra enwog am ei feirdd a'i lenorion. Perchir y ddau gvmrawd uchod gan y frawdoliaeth yn herwydd eu brwdfrydedd a'u gweithgar- weh o bl&id Cymdeithasau Cymreigydd- ol, ac yn ddiweddarach oblegid eu hvm- drechion diflino ar ran Eisteddfodau y Carw Coch. Yr oedd Alaw Goch a'r Carw yn gyf- eillion. mynwesol, ac yr oedd eu ffydd ym mhosibilrwydd yr Eisteddfod i ddyrchafu a llesoli y genedl yn aniffodd- adwy. Llwyddasant gyda chynorthwy nife-r o Gymrodorion twymgalon t gweithgar i wneud Eisteddfodau y Carw Coch yn boblogaidd tu hwnt i gyffiniau Morg&nwg. Yn gynnar yn y tiwyddyn 1861, pan yr oedd y Carw yn arwain ebolyn lfangc ar ei itordd i Ffair y Waun, gwylltodd y creadur a llwyddodd i dorri coes y Carw. Bu y ddamwain yn foddion i ddeffroi yr awen yn y gwersyll barddonol, ac am dymor bu'r Wasg yn bur ddiwyd yn eu croniclo. Y mae cynnyrchion rhai o'r beirdd yn fy meddiant, ac ar gais nifer o bobl yn Aberdar yr wyf yn eu hanfon i'r wasg. Bwriadwyf eu eyhoeddi mewn llyfryn.
DAMWAIN I'R CARW COCH. Y mae yn ddnvg genym ddeall fod ein cyfaill Mr. W. Williams (Carw Coch), Heolyfelin, wedi cyfarfod a damwain dydd Llun divveddaf, trwy ba un y torodd ei glun. Y mae yn dyfod yn y blaen cystal ag y gellid ddysgwyl. "Gwladgarwr," Mai 18, 1861.
LLINELLAU Cyfarch i Mr. William Williams (Carw Coch), yr hwn a dotodd asgwrn ei glun wrth frwydro a'i ebolyn. Wele dro tost i William—o ysgar Ei esgyrn ar garlam; I was pur, ei goes, O! p'am, Mawr ddwynwyd gwr mor ddinam? Y pererin, glew parod,—o'i 'stafell Fe stoia Eisteddfod; Gwae i fi, gwg yw ei fod Ar wely a. briw aeloo. O'r hal ffol yw'r ebolyn—draig yr oes, Drwg ei rhyw yw'r gelyn; Gwvlltiodd, fe daflodd y dyn, Y Carw gis coryn. Ei feddwl er hyn sydd foddus,-seuu Sydd bÿnod o hapus; (hwn Dena rawn, rhydd dan i'r us, Mewn molawd mwyn a melus. Y Carw, pw, pw, pa barch-a allaf Fi ollwng i'th gyfarch? Y dyn a fu o dan ei farch, A eilia gan fel alarch! Beirdd yr oes i'w goes a gan—Cynddelw Can ddolef mewn Triban, O'r eu If or a'r cyfan, Ac aur mil or corau man. ALAW GOCH. (Allan o'r "Gwladgarwr" am Mehefin vr 2il, 1861.)
LLINELLAU Cydymdeimlad a Mr. W. Williams (Carw Coch), oherwydd tori ei goes. Mi glywais newydd garw Yn mhell bo'r newydd hwnw, Rhyw ebol gwyllt wrth dynu'n groes A dorodd goes y Carw. Fe haeddai'r ebol hwnw Ei chwipio'n gelain farw, A'i ferwi'n gawl i gw-n yr oes Am dori coes y Carw. Wei, dyma ddamwain chwerw, Os damwain raid ei galw; Pob bardd a lie nor deimlodd loes Pan dorodd coes y Carw. Ac hefyd mae Cynddelw Mewn braw a chwithdod garw, Oherwydd ebol drwg ei foes A dorodd goes y Carw. Os caiff y bardd ei gadw, Daw eto'n fachgen hoew, Aelivn Eisteddfod fawr yr oes Fe wella coes y Carw. Ac ar y diwrnod hwnw Hydd llawer iawn o ferw; Gobeithio na ddaw damwain groes I dori coes y Carw. Sirhowy. CYNDDELW. (Allan o'r "Gwladgarwr" am Fehefin 2, 1861.)
AT Y CARW COCH. All! Garw Coch, ai yn ochain—ydwyt Dan ddyrnodau damwain! Nid mely.s, onid milain, I gas fui dori'th goes fain. D'wed, Garw Bach, beth fu'r achos—ai rhywbeth I'r ebol wnai 'mddangos, Ncu gwn hyll yn ngwyfl nos, A dynion fu'n dy anos? fori'th goes, oedd groes a gresyn,— herwydd Rhyw orwyllt ebolyn; Siom a dolur sy'm dilvn f feth ddod ar y fath ddyn. Mae'n gysur drwy gur o drugaredd— Duw, I Nad est i dy ddiwedd; Yn dy locs bo anadl hedd, A Naf it yn dangnefedd. IFOR OWM: GWYS. ("Gwladgarwr," Mehefin 15, 1861.)
I'P, CAltW COCH. 'r Carw Coch yn awr ceir cwyn—dori'i goes, Drwy gam ebol anfwyn; Xi ddoil cae-sau brau fel hrwyn Ovr ili, ei-h, braidd wyit ofivvn ANEURIN FARDD. (" (iwladgarwr," Mehefin 15, 1861.) (I barhau.)
Cwmdare Notes. BY RAFFLES. Since the price of tobacco is gone up some great intellects have stopped smoking. Popcorn, Bagpipes, Bumper, and Rocksalt are among them. I am sure you felt embarrassed, Will, when you tore the lady's dress last Sunday evening. But she smiled on you. and all was well. It was unfortunate that you mixed parsnip seed with the lettuce seed. Let both grow until the harvest, Jack, then you'll tell the difference. Mary Elizabeth Ann sprained her ankle on the allotment. She is now sowing beads not seeds. Twm Talcen Slip is just the bloke, Who will not spend his coin on smoke, And though at times he does feel queer, He'll never more touch any beer. Polly and Dai went for a spoon On a very warm afternon, Polly's mother watched the game, And followed the pair with a cane. Their little plans were all defeated; Towards home Polly retreated. Polly, in tears, said to her mother, Are we not told to love one anotherf" The mother replied with a tear in her eye, coYes, but you shall not love that wretched Dai." Poor Dai need not vex; the con- ductress is still glancing towards him
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