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The Welsh Club. An unusually large number of new mem- bers were elected at the last committee meeting of this Club, a fact which amply proves the increased popularity and useful- ness of the institution. Among those elected were the following :—Sir E. Webley Parry- Pry se, Bart., Bow Street; Dr. G. P. Francis, J.P., Brecon D. Gibson Harries, Brynmawr Christmas Evans, Merthyr; P. P. Pennant, St. Asaph; and Dr. Hugh Bennett, of Builth.
Y DYFODOL. Boed i Ysgrifenyddion y gwahanol Gymdeithasau, anfon ar fyrder restr o'u cyfarfodydd arbennig, i'w gosod yr y Golofn hon. October 28 to 30- Lewisham Bazaar at Falmouth Road. October 21. Beauchamp Road (Clapham Junction), Annual Tea and Concert. Nov. 11, 12 and 13- Undeb yr Anibynwyr Cymreig Llundain Bazaar. Tachwedd 12- Te a Chyngerdd Blynyddol M.C. Sussex Road, Holioway. Tachwedd 19— Cyfarfod Te Blynyddol Radnor Street." Tachwedd 26- Eisteddfod yn Jewin Newydd. Y Tabernacl, King's Cross. CyngerdcJ Blynyddol y Gymdeithas Lenyddol. Rhagfyr 10- Eisteddfod Hammersmith. 1909. Chwefror 20- Eisteddfod Flynyddol y Tabernacle King's Cross.
THE following are the last lines penned by the late Allen Raine. They were written in Nurse Phoebe Jenkins, Aberporth's, album, and dated October 6th Within the sick room's shaded calm Lurk many a shower of tears; And many a gloomy thought to fill The weary heart with fears. But lo a form in blue and white Appears within the gloom With bonny face and eyes so bright To lighten all the room. See how they all bend down their heads See how they shrink with fear! Avaunt! ye fiends of dull despair Hey, presto, fly!! Nurse Phoebe's here. BOTH Mabon and Cynonfardd kicked against a rule which prevailed at the Cardiff Eisteddfod on Monday. All winners were compelled to wait for half-an-hour after the adjudication before they received their prizes. "This," declared Mabon, "is against the custom of Welsh Eisteddfodau, and we must condemn it unmercifully. It is a rule that must not prevail, for it is too much like paying every fortnight and keeping a week in hand." THE REV. M. THOMAS, of Seven Kings, who is well known in London as a tenor singer, appeared on the platform of the Cardiff Eisteddfod on Monday, and nearly won the tenor solo. Mabon, the conductor, when the adjudicator had announced his decision, said that he was afraid the prize was going to the Church and not to the State. Fortunately for his peace of mind .the State beat the Church. MESSRS. J. HYDE, Builth Wells, and Luther James, Glascwm, bagged ten badgers in the neighbourhood of Wernduvant, Gladestry, Radnorshire, a few days ago, and succeeded in conveying six home alive. MRS. LLOYD GEORGE (wife of the Chancel- lor of the Exchequer) had a fine reception on Wednesday last on her visit to Milford Haven to lay the foundation stone of a new Sailor's Home and Rest. Mr. John Cory has given a free site, and an additional sum of £ 500 towards the building fund. Lady St. Davids (Mrs. Wynford Philipps) presided over the proceedings, and the speakers in- cluded Mr. Thomas Mason, London (Chair- man of the British and Foreign Sailor's Society), Rev. E. W. Matthews (Secretary) Rev. Gwynoro Da vies, Barmouth; Rev. Edmund J. Howells, B.D. (vicar); Rev. Ceitho Davies (formerly of Milford Haven), and others. The King and the Prince of Wales sent Royal messages, which were read by Mrs. Lloyd-George. THERE is a prospect of a new and impor- tant industry in Wales. Sulphate of ammonia, which is largely used as a chemical manure, and at present costs Jb 12 a ton, is to be produced from peat by a new process at less than half this price," and in Wales there is an untold quantity of peat land. A CAR proprietor from Nantlle was on Monday driving a party of seven to Din as Dingle, near Carnarfon, when at the top of a hill the horses's bit snapped, and the animal rushed away. The driver fell under the car and his leg was broken. Mrs. Hannah Williams, an elderly woman, residing at Penrosedd-terrace, Nantlle, fell on her head while trying to jump out of the car, and died almost immediately. In the same way, Miss Owen Edwards, a middle-aged lady, of Baladeulyn-terrace, sustained a fractured skull, which resulted in death some time afterwards, and a third woman with Mrs. Edward Thomas, was removed suffering from serious injuries.