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LLANGAIN. OOMKR LOIXIK, >SEIOP-NEWYDD.—]{ECE»^, his friendly .Society, which hold their niee1. ings at Shop-liewytld, L!anstephan-road, their usual "turn-out,'and the affair this yet'1 proved most successful and enjoyable, thaU I to the able efforts of the secretary, Mr William Thomas. A process^11 was formed at half-past ten, headed by Pontyeates lirass Band, under the conductof'j Pontyeates lirass Band, under the conductof'j ship of Mr White; and the following pla.ces were visited, great generosity being shown the Club :—Mr W illiams, the Factory J. LI. Thomas, J.R, Gilfacii Mr 5lorrg», Lhvyn Mrs Davies, Llwynddu Mr K- Anderson, Fern Hill Rev D. EvranV Vicarage; Mrs Gvryn, Plas Cwrt Hir; Jones, Green Castle Mr W. Davies, mawr Mr Jones, Penyclyn Mrs \Villia,x|^ Clomendy and Mr Davies, Coch-y-barbs;l Mrs Morris, Penhen Mr Harris, Pilroatn >! and Mr J. Kicliards, Pantyrathro, also subscriptions to the Club funds. A splendId dinner was provided at this well-knowI1 hostelry, and after full justice had been to the good things provided, and the clo^ removed, excellent speeches dealing with duties and advantages of friendly societal were made by the Chairman (the Ilev Evans, vicar) Mr John Lewis, Irnion-street) Mr Thomas Williams, Ll wyncelyn Mr Jo"1! 1 Johns, t. C., Parkeithin Mr Charles llc'111ke. Davies, Llwyndu Mr A. Owen Norton, marthen and Mr John Jones, Danlan. TP, Club is in a most flourishing condition, we understand that several applications f^ I membership has been made. Mr Richa1*^ .Tones, Pentrewyman, is the treasurer, an*1 the money could not be in safer hands, wlinc Mr William Thomas, Shop-newydd, as bef<>^ stated, is the secretary. Had time allo^edi the following lines, prepared for the occasion* would have been delivered at the after-dinne*' proceedings| CAN A GvFANsnnDwvi) I GLwn GOMER, SHOP NEWVDD. I Mai Gm cr bri, ,\c nid oe.-s arno l.ryder Wrth vs el'd ieuenct) d hv ( Yn viio iio dan u t'ai■ lr addaw bed k i tad I'r p■ i-:c tryadlor.af iddo, Fi 'u cy yd ar eu trtt d, Pe.11 Ivddft'it wj-Ji syithio. Pa I flh svdi fwy ei werili Par. fyddvvs: wedi meth-j. Na theimlo fod rhyw north Tu oi yn dal i fyny We!, f'ewch at Gc.er gu, Sy'n aros yn Situp Newydd, Mae'n tdrych heddyw'n hy, Mae'n tdrych heddyw'n it) I A'i deulu'n myn'd i eyny. byw mewn hyfryd fan, lioll oniiio wiii ei rhan, A'r bl< diu'n perarogli Mae (Jonacr efj'i tlant Fei hyn yn ymblcs^ru, A rhys^^d uwch y pane Yw'i Gilfach deg a'r Ilendy. A'r Llwynllech Lea sy 'N cysgcdi gwynt y mynj di, Ac Kgos l.hvyndu, Fel nyth yn nghanol coedydd A Fhc-ritrewynian roed, A'i wyutb yma'n gwenu, A'r gorn ipf. wrth t-i droed Boh dydd yn siaia1 ginu. nlta gvvres a gwyntocdd popth, Mae pawb yn cUligon hysbys, Sdif lb.nertli dtg Pdrcath, Ac h&fyd Cochj b&tlis A gwelaf oddi draw Palasdy hardd Pun'raihro, A'r coed yn dyn am dano. dyaaa bnTeh hardd, Mac fel Paradwys diiicn, A swyra a wtn bardd I ganmawl ei rhagorion Dewch ieupnctyd yn ddifraw, Fiiharo y gweriwch amser, A gwnhod llioi eich lluw 1 fFytldlon deulu Goaer. H wre Hwre i Gomer gawr, I Mae wcdi byw drwy'r oesau* lawr, A'i blasu sydd heddyw fel y dwr Yn cadw'11 'an ti enw •rjur, A chofiwch am ei gyngor oall I gynorthwyo'r naill y Hall. o LAS AFONIG.

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