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u w v l1 HANES YR HEN BOBL A R HEN BETHAU YN 8 RTFYL. g Y XXXVIII. Benod.—Hen gymmeriad digon I diniwed cedd Thomas Jones, Ty Gwair, fel y £ byddem yn ei alw, a llawer o chwedlau ar lafar gwlad am dano-rhai yn wir a llawer heb fod, fel amryw o hen chwedlau, yn myned yn fwy, Fel y caseg eiria, with eu hail-udrodd, a bvdd neb wrth J ei enill wrth eu gwybod. Yn hen wr yr wyfyn 0 ei gofio, ac mi fydde yn arferiad ganddo at ddi. r wedd ei oes fyned oddiamgylch yma ac acw, a Sl each ar ei gefn, ae os digwyddai i chwi ofyn iddo i ba le yr oedd yn myned, neu b'le yr oedd wtdi bod, ei ateb fydde, yn gyffredin. I edrych am 01 fargen," neu ynte wedi bod MIy. A phur an- e. amal y byddai yn dyfod ar ei gythlwng, nad oedd E ganddo rywbeth yn y sach; ond cofier, mewn ffordd one8t. Mi ddigwyddai weithiau fyned i un o'r fEermydd pryd y bydde yno hwch a lot o J berchill, ac un o honynt ddim yn werth gan y 3 ffarmwr i fyned ag ef i'r flair, gan mai andwyo c golwg y torllwyth y buase-, ae felly mi ga'i yr hen wr fargen-feallai y ca'i ef am ddim, o ran b yny. ai Dyna ddull yr hen bobol befo'r tiawd.-Robert ai Parry, y Yot, hen wr tal oedd ef, a choesau mein. Y ion, yn dipyn o ffarmwr, dim byd neillduol am g' dano.-John Davies y Clocbydd, ben wr rhowiog. 80 diddan, braf, yn gwneud ei waitb yn onest.— g Ellis Hughes a'r tenla wyf yn gofio gyntaf yn c Ty'u y Rhyl ar ei ol el, Miss Lloyd, neu w 1 Angharad Llwyd," y byddai llawer yn ei galw nl Hen lady a hen ferch, ac yn awdures o fri, a w' llawer o hanes* iddi yn Eglwyswraig eithafol, ac yn Brotestant i'r pen draw. Yr oedd hi braidd Y1 pn eithafol yn erbyn yr Ymneillduwyr, yn enw- ™ )dig yr Hen Gorph, a waeth i mi heb ddweyd dim ■hagor, ond hyn a ddywedaf, y mae hi a llawer o'i Pr jlaen ac ar ei hoi wedi gwel^d miloedd o'r Hen Jorph a miliynau o'r Ymneillduwyr, fel eu gelwir, Pa pn y nefoedd ac os aeth hi yno (fel yr wyf yn jobeitbio ei bod) y mae hi wedi gweled ei cham- jv lyniad erbyn hyn 'does yno ddim son am Eg- wyswyr nac am Ymneillduwyr, ond credinwyr, a na )hawb o'r brodyr yno yn un, heb neb yn tynu yn 501 jroes. Mi gerddodd Miss Lloyd laweroedd o Y veithiau i Eglwys Rhuddlan ar fore Sul, osbydde ta] r tywydd yn fit, a'r forwyn hefo hi, neu rywun [?' irall. Yr oedd y Ficer a hithau yn gyfeillion a DftWr, ac yr oedd Mr Wynne Edwards yn Brotes- ant i'r pen draw, fel yr oedd hithan. Pe fuasai G( f yn fyw yn awr nid wyf yn gwybod beth fase atI 'n ddweyd am lawer o bethau sydd mewn bri yn m £ ,wr. Hen wr plaen, dirodres iawn oedd yr hen anc i'icer Edwards. Fe glywir yr ymadrodd yma yn oe( ynych—" He or she was a strong Churchman or trong Nonconformist." Yn y eyffredin fe ddy- jr pedir felly ar ol iddynt farw nid wyf yn dweyd Y1 im yn erbyn hyny, ond cyn belled ag y mae oec yny yn myned, da iawn. Ond hyn a ddywedaf, 1 id yw hyny yn ddigon o lawer iawn credu yn y c. rwaredwr mawr a'i garu, dyna sydd yn bwysig, el c nid ein bod yn Eglwyswyr nac yn Ymneilldu- ™c ryr. A cbofier beth mae yr Apostol Paul yn ei dweyd—" A phe byddai genyf brophwydoliaetb, yr gwybod 0 honof y dirgelion oil, a phob gwybod enl eth a phe ba'i genyf yr holl ffydd, fel y gallwn ptnud mynyddoedd, ac heb genyf gariad, nid wvf ddim, A phe porthwn y tlodion a'm holl dda, phe rhoddwn fy nghorph i'm llosgi, ac heb ariad genyf, nid yw ddim lleshad i mi." Y mae P1 r Apostol yn gorphen y benod werthfawr fel lae yn—" Yr awrbon y mae yn aros ffydd, gobaith, onc iriad, a'r mwyaf o'r rhai byn yw cariad." A yn jymhwysed darllenwyr y "Journal yr ymad- ma xidion uched at eu hystyriaeth yn y dyddiau hyn. da ^n i ddim a wel y darllenydd ryw gysylltiad a'r chod a'r hyn a ddarlleDais y dydd o'r blaen yn yr ith fain:—" Daring the very week the Baptist fe c itherings were being held in Merthyr the Roman yr I atholic Truth Society had been holding its inual conference at Newport, and it was inter- ;ting to note that a whole sitting was devoted to le question of the relation of the rich and the )or. They must come down to the actual facts E life and bring the Gospel to bear upon lives hich were actually being lived around them. aithful efforts for good of man must be followed y success of some kind or another, although it ight not be the success expected or dfsired. hey reckoned success often by the number of lembers who joined the churches, but there were >od Christians outside the churches, and there ere many in the churches who were not Christians all. Though they attached importance to the ity and privilege of Christian fellowship they oat not err by thinking that the influence of iirifttian woik was confined to those who attended eir churchas or joined their fellowship. The hole community would be influenced if they did leir doty, and the slower the results were coming I out often the greater and more lasting they ore just as in the case of Nature, what quickest irived died soonest."—Y mae llawer o hen deulu- idd y Rhyl y caraswn ddweyd llawer am danynt, id ni dduf byth i ben. Ond rhyw ychydig yn r am danynt: dyna. Hitcbsiles, Meredith, Burns, lark, Blore, Brutyn, Robt Pierce, Fychan, Di dde dim son yr oes hono am Vaughan, ond 0 ychan—John Fychan a glywsech gan bawb yr Per- s hono, a William, Edward, Thomas, Peter ^e.rI ychan. Mi welais yr hanes en bod, wrth chwalu Lort x i vtfuetm s 1 yiia, uu on o uya l ;areg aelwyd Peter a Beti Fychan. Dyma gam- 'ymeriad, meddwn ynof fy hun, gan feddwl am 'eter a Beti Fycban oeddwn i yn eu badnabod, c yn eu cofio yn dda. Mor agos ag y medraf eddwl, yn rbywle yn y fan lie saif Capel y m Mymouth Brethren yn awr yr oedd ei dy ef, ajc fa n sefyll ar ochr enrten, a 'doedd yno ddim careg S n agos iddo, ond tywyrcb. Ond mi welais fy d, ghamsyniad am dad a mam Peter Fychan V oeddwn i yn eu haduabod yr oedd yr hanes yn rE 3n. Nid wyf yn siwr nad hwy oedd pia y Red ai lion; yr oedd ei dalcen i'r street, a Thomas ac 'ychan a'r wraig yno yn cadw y dafarn. Yr M eddwn yn adnabod y teula yn dda, trwy fod ^sylltiad tenluaidd rhyngom. Llawer gwaiih y welais yscyffyl boeth, beth y'i gelwir, rhwng 'eter a Beti, gan fod Peter yn rhy boff 0 fyned i'r l, liverpool Arms at Harry Pierce, a thrwy hyny n methu cael pres i gaeljpethau angenrheidiol at Ti rW; feallai nad oedd hithau yn un o'r rhai goreu W awaith am drefnu pethau y ffordd oreu. 'Rwyf Bi a clywed am golegau yn cael eu sefydlu at bob ucan o'r braidd—drwg a da—ond nid oes neb n wn i wedi meddwl am sefydlu ysgol i ddysgu -J? gwragedd y fFordd ore i tidefnyddio ennillion eu tvyr. Wn i ddim ydi y darllenydd yn cofio i mi co III am yr hen feuden wraig hono yn Merthyr, a'i th wr yn enill ugain punt yn y mis, a hithau bunt po lwaneg na byny yn y shop Y mae ambell i (N raig a fedr vru swllt yn mbellach nag y medr 1 arall yrn pum swllt; a druan o'r dyn sydd edi cael y wraig pum swllt, onide? Mae arnaf n fod llawer 0 honynt yn y Rhyl yna, fel sydd 1 mhob man arall mae llawer 0 ^nethod yn yned i'w priodi ydynt mor ddibrofiad a difedr I nas gallant olchi eu crys, heb son am wneud yd 0 fwyd i'w gwyr sydd wedi bod mor anffor- nus i'w cael ar enw o wragedd. Yn ami iawn, in ddaw y gwr o'i waith, wedi bod wrthi yn .led ar hyd y dydd, mae yn cael ei gartre yn iymgeledd, heb ddim bwyd yn barod iddo, a thau yn nby ei chymydog-os nad yn mhellach hyny—yn trin busnes pobol eraill; 'does dim add i ddyn felly lai na pheidio tori ei galon neu ned i'r dafarn. Y mae llawer 0 son am well i'r gweithwyr, ac mae digon o'u heisiau hefyd ?wn llawer man: hyn a ddywedaf, pe cawaai Q0, wer i wraig y ty gore yn y wlad, fyddai'r ty lIel mw ddim yn oreu yu hir. Wel, yn wir, Mr on >lygydd, y mae arnaf ofn y byddwch yn dwrdio ha1 I i mi fyned i grwydro: 'does gen i mo'r help, y Le'r meddwl ymi mor wibiog. Son yr oeddwn 1 Peter Fychan a'i frodyr; fel y dywedais, yr ld pump o honynt, a phe buasai 'r teulu yma idi edrych atynt eu hunain mi fuasai llawer o'r Wr iyl yn eiddo iddynt, yn lie gadel i estroniaid ned a llawer o'r brasder dan eu dwylaw. Yr j^ai Id y tir y saif y Rhyl arno heddyw i'w gael am Osv 3esaf peth i ddim yn y dyddiau hyny-os na Wil ifwyd llawer o hono am ddim y bobol fawr yn chi ranu i'w gilydd, fel Morfa llhuddlan, a llawer 5" Irta aran o ran byny lladron mawr yn cospi Nev dron bach mi allswn enwi amryw o deulaoedd Chc un fath, wedi bod yn esgeulus, fel Esau o'i Wh jdigaeth-fraint, ao wedi ei gwertbu am beth Mid aelach na saig o fwyd, sef y ddiod feddwol. Tra ).Y.-Gair bach at yr Hen Longwr," o Lvn- a fiad. Y mae yn debyg na ddarfu iddo ddim fo11 •lien y penodau cyntaf yr wyf yn meddwl i 2 son am Rhuddlan fel tref harbwr, a thrafnid- -r th lawer ynddi, a'r adeiladu lloDgau oedd yma J 1 nid wyf yn cofio i mi son am y llongwyr oedd p arfer d'od yma neu yn byw yn Rhuddlan. Y C e genyf restr 0 honynt yn fy nghof, a ehoffa am danynt hefyd. Os caf fyw ar ol darfod am hen bethau yn Rhyl, yr wyf yn bwriadu Ta rhyw gymmaint ar blwyf Rhuddlan eto, ac idaw y llougwyr yn 3, Ilofflon. Cofion cynes at Hen longwr," pwy bynag ydi o. i
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UUA UUijUiUn. LAST SATURDAY'S SUMMARY. In the nine League First Division football atches played on Saturday three resulted in ,vour of visiting clubs, while one-Grimsby v. boke—was drawn. The home teams to suffer steal were Sheffield United, Aston Villa, and Tolverhampton Wanderers, who were beaten ispectively by Everton (2-0), Sunderland (1-0), id West Bromwich Albion (2-1). Liverpool icounted for Sheffield Wednesday 4-2, Newcastle nited triumphed over Notts County 6-1, and iddlesbrough got the better of Bolton Wan- irers 4-3. The other results were-Notts Forest Blackburn Rovers 0; Bury 1, Derby County 0. o fewer than 33 goals were scored in the First ,ague:matches. In the Combination Witton Albion defeated .anmere Rovers by 2 goals to 1, and Newton-le- illows effected a draw 3-3 with Middlewich, rkenhcad meanwhile vanquishing Winsford by [). At Wrexham Bangor had points knocked out them to the extent of 9 goals to 0, the homesters ing in fine form; while the match Chester v. irslem resulted in a draw of 2 goals each. In the first qualifying round of the English Cup mpetition on Saturday the results of interest to is district were as follows:—Chirk 3, Welsh- 01 1 Oswestry 1, Royal Welsh Warehouse ewtown) 0; Wellington Town 2, Shrewsbury 1. WELSH AMATEUR CUP. M The draw for the first round of this competition Bi s been made as follows LJ Wrexham Victoria v. Gwersyllt no Oswestry Reserve v. Cambrian Leather Works atl Flint v. Shotton Rangers Su Mynydd Issa v. Mold Amateurs aci JTesford v. Brousrhton United pri Saltney v. Brymbo Victoria me Blackpark v. Plasbennion United foi Llandinam v. Newtown wa Llanidloes v. Towyn rhe following clubs have byes :—Chester, Whit- Pe lrch, Bala., Ruthin, Corwen, Chirk Reserve, wt uids Reserve, Rhyl Reserve, Bangor Reserve, on mrwst, Portmadoc, Rhyl Athletic, Prestatyn, sit anah's Quay, Flint United, Esclusham, Machyn- wh ih, and Llanfyllin The ties have to be played wa or before November 1st. The first-named clubs de< re choice of ground. fell in ——— wa THE COMBINATION —TJKSTTT.TS UP TO DATE. hel P. W. L. D. F. A. Pt. an< exham 5 4 0 1 25 4 litl tton Albion ..1 4 0 0 9.. 8.. 8 "t kenhead 5 4 1 0 13 4 8 ad, itwich 4 3 1 0 7.. 4..6 las vestry United.. 4 2 2 0 13 9 4 thE isford United.. 5 2 3 0 10 11 •• f rk 4 1 2 1 7 8 3 igor ..5..1..3..1.. 6.. 17. 3 slem P.V. Rvrs. 4 1 2 1 14 10 3 **11 rton-le-Willows. 4 1 2 1 15 19 3 wie ster J.. 4 1 2 1 5.. 9.. 3 J iteStarW. 3 1 2 0 3 7 2 bel dlewich A.R. 4 1 2 1 7 18 3 pri nmere Rovers.. 5..0..4..1.. 6 19 1 11 'he Combination fixtures for to-morrow are as 'J ows con 'ranmere Rovers v. Wrexham, at Tranmere in langor v. Birkenhead, at Bangor par iurslem v. Witton, at Burslem for Ihester v. Middlewich, at Chester I Lhyl v. Nantwich, at Rhyl ove Iswestry v. Newtown, at Oswestry cnt a fort
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I MUVI/I/UAM IWAIJN' Although proper notice is sent out to members of the Parish Council announcing the date and time of meeting, they still refuse to attend, and the ordinary meeting called last month and the one whhh should have been held last Monday, had to be abandoned, there being no quorum on either occasion. Perhaps they think that if they hold a meeting they are criticised, and if a meeting is not held they are criticised then also. True, the agenda did not contain any very exciting subjects for discussion, but one subject which was down for Monday last deserves their earnest consideration, and that is the lighting of the streets. Complaints are made by residents that the end of October is rather late to commence lighting the streets. The end of September would be a more suitable time, as the days then begin to draw in and the nights are very dark. If the members of the Council show much more reluctance in coming together, there is a possibility that the street lamps will not be ased this side of Christmas, and we must find our way the best we can in the dark. Several inquiries on various subjects have been sent to us by correspondents, and we have decided to do what we can to assist them and others who want to know the why and the wherefore of many things in the neighbourhood. The first to be dealt with signs himself MUSICAL.—This correspondent complains of the unearthly noises emanating" from certain four- footed animals in his neighbourhood. He calls them "musical dogs," and asks if there is any possibility of putting a stop to their nwsic, especially at night.—We extend our sympathy to "Musical," and the only advice we can give him is to make his complaint known to the guardian of law and order, who no doubt will tell him what to do. EARLY RISER.—We are asked by Early Riser if there is any truth in the rumour that the Fire Brigade intend having a peal of bells in their station ? Why such a question should be asked l we do not know. We think that the bell now in the fire station is sufficient for any emergency, ] especially if it rings in the early hours of the f morning. At least it ought to be sufficient to I rouse the soundest sleeper. COETIA POSTOL would like to know if the Parish Council or the owners and hoJderll of land adjacent j to Coetia Postol Road are going to supply stilts t to those who use this thoroughfare in winter? 0 We have not heard anything definite on the subject, but several small boys have of late been J seen walking on stilts, and perhaps that has a caused the rumour to get afloat. However, we would warn our correspondent and others, if they io adopt stilts, to be careful that none of the mud is carried away thereby, or else there will be aone left for the winter after this. Other enquiries will be answered next week. (\ 1\ r r, r", ,(,(\ 1\1, fl.,
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HE "HONEYMOON" SENSATION. THE COUPLE NOT MARRIED. t j ———— Ki] At Liscard Police Court on Monday, before 'J essrs F Johnson and T Joynson, junr, the young ] rmingham couple, Alfred Hill (26) and Olive J rdia Prince (20), who now admitted they were t married, were charged on remand with having tempted to commit suicide at New Brighton on £ nday, the 28th ult. It will be remembered that sording to last week's investigations a letter was oduced in which the couple alleged that they got MJ Lrried about three weeks ago, and spent the first -tnight of their honeymoon at Rhyl. This letter is again read. Evidence was also given by Alfred Edward Tw rkins, of 14 Pickering Street, New Brighton, 10 stated that atabout half-past ten o'clock i the Sunday night in question he was t ting outside the Marine Park, New Brighton, I ten he heard cries for help. Running to the ter's edge, he saw the prisoners standing ankle- I jp in the water, the male prisoner holding the g tiale, who appeared to be in a fainting condition, his arms. Witness told them to come out of the ter, and he took the young lady by the waist, to „ c* p her out. The prisoaers came out of the water i walked along the shore with witness. After a Je while the male prisoner said to the girl, )live, come back we must do it." Witness dsed them not to do anything rash, and they at t consented to go with him to some place to dry stri ;ir clothes, which were wet through. He took im to the police station. Hi!' told witness that 01 :y had been up to the neck in water, and that t en he released the girl's hand she screamed. He m seized her again and brought her to the edge. par, Fhe girl's mother told the Bench that she ieved prisoners were not married, and the male soner, in answer to the Chairman, replied, 1\1 10 sir, we are not." volu Che Chairman, addressing the witness Perkins, ponl nplimenced hitn on his discretion and judgment not dealing with the accused. He was sure the ents of the girl would be very grateful to him pletl his excellent conduct. 5oth prisoners wer# reprimanded and bound r, the conduct of the man being strongly iicised by the Bench. 'he sureties required in the case of Hill were not Scorning, and he was taken to prison. — Deli