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LLANGELER EiSTEI)DFOD.-Nos Wener wythnos i'r diweddaf, cynhaliwyd eisteddfod yn Ysgoldy Genedlaethoi Capel Mair. Cafwyd bcirniad cymhwys a medrus yn mherson y Ficer y plwyf, sef y Parch. Henry Jones, B D. Methodd yr arweinydd appwyntieJig sef Dr. A. T. Evans, M.B., Llandyssil, ddyfod, o herwydd sfiechyd yn y tculu. Llanwyd y bwlch gan Mr. E. D. Jones, 1. Wvll Villas, Cefn Saron, ac fe aed trwy raglen faith yn llwyddianus iawn. Gwnaeth y ddau ysgrifenydd, Mri. Daniel Davies, Rhydvbennau. n Henry Jones, Bancyffynnon, Bancyffordd. eu gwa-itli yn aruderrhog. Trodd yr ysgoldy yn llawn er gwlyped yr hin Cafwyd eis- teddfod a chyngherdd. Gwobrwywyd yr ymgeis- wyr buddugol fel y canlyn :-Unawd i blant dan 10 oed: 1. Miss Grace Davies, 5, Charles-street, Llan- dyssil; 2, Master Willie Johnson, Dolau, Pentre- cwrt. Adroddiad i blant dan 10 oed: 1, Miss Hannah Emily Jones, Birmingham Stores, Llan- dvssil; 2, Master William John Jones. Birmingham Stores. Adroddiad i blant dan 15 oed: 1, Miss Lizzie Anne Jones, Blaenpant; 2, Miss Hannah Emily Jones, Birmingham Stores. Unawd i ferch dan 15 oed: 1, Miss Grace Davies, 5, Charles- etreet, Llanrlyssul; 2. Miss Anne Jones, Bancyffordd. Araeth ddifyfvr: Mr. Sam Jones, Dolau, Pentre- court. Wit: 1. Master Donald Johnson. Dolau. Llythyr caru: 1, Miss Williams, Pistillgwynion, Llanybydder. Unawd i fab dan 15 old: 1, Master Willie Johnson, Dolau; 2, Master Tom Jones, Dolau. Llawysgrifen: 1, rhanwyd rhwng Master Tom Davies, Cnwc-yr-e:thin, a Miss Maggie Alice Davies, Glyndcri; 2, rhanwyd rhwng Miss Lizzie Anne Jones, Blaenpant, a D.J E. Darllen darn heb atalnodau: 1, Mr. Henry Jones, Bancyffynon. Pencil sketch o Capel Mair: 1, Master Thomas Jon es, Tyisaf, Bancyffordd. Stori fer: 1, Mr. Sam Jones, Dolau. Penillion coffadwriaethol i'r diweddar Evan Morgans, Glanrhyd: Mr. Henry Davies, Cwmcerrig. Penillion coffadwriaethol j'r diweddar John Davies ,Cwrt Farm: Mr. Henry Davies, Cwmcerrig. Ton y pryd: 1, Master Willie Johnson, Dolau.
MYDDFAI MARWOLAFTH,-Prlldd ydyw y gorchwyl o gofnodi svmudiad Mr*. E. Owens, anwyl briod Mr. John Owens, Ynyswen, yr bon a hunodd yn dawel Chwef- ror 20fed, wedi cystudd hit- a chall. Gellir dweyd am yr ymadawedig ei bod yn Gristion disglaer. ac vn un o'r aelodau ffvddlonaf gyda'r Methodistinid vn Bethania er's blynyddau. Y Llunganlynol daeth tyrfa, ynghyd i dalu y gvmwynas olaf iddi. Gwasanaethwvd gan y Parchn. Howells a Henry, B.A., Llanymddyfri. Nodded y nef fyddo dros ei pnriod a'i dau fab a'r oil borthynasau svdd mewn galar dwfn ar ei hoi. Llwvbran moos a llwybrau rhinwedd. Fu ei llwybrau trwy ci hoes, Fe gysogrodd ei holl fywyd 0 dan faner Grit a'i Groes. Canu'n iach i wlad yr anial Canu'n iach i frwydrau'r byd, Wedi glanio yn ddiogel Yn yr hafan dawel glyd G. G.
YSTRAD M'EURIG Y GYMDEITHAS DDADLEUOL.—Cynhaliwyd, dan nawdd y Gymdeithas Ddadleuol, y trydydd cyfarfod y tvmor, ar y 14eg cyfisol, pryd y darlithiodd Mr. Osborne-Jones. Swyddtfynon, ar "The Shakespeare- Bacon Controversy." 'Rwy'n rhoddi'r teitl yn iaith Iipa'r Sais, gan d rhywbeth yn fwy ysigafn i'r fron ynddi na "vulgar 1411th y Cymrv." Cymer- wyd y gadair ar ddoehreu'r cyfarfod, i ymdrin a pcthau cyftinachol yr ysgol, gan y Prif Ysgolor (Mr. A. J. Evans). Galwodd ar y darlithiwr i roi ei araeth, a ciiafodd dderbyniod gwersog, pan saf- odd ar ei dread, gan y gwrandawyr, y rhai a ddan- gosai-ant eu parch iddo drwy gnro on dwylaw. Cawsom araeth fendigedig ym mhob ystyr, ond fel gwyr pawb nid oedcl y tro hwn yn wahanol i arfer; y mae Mr. Osborne-Jones bob amser yn rhagorol. Cawsom wvbodaeth am lawer peth yniglyn a'r testyn, nad oedd neb arall wedi meddwl am danynt crioed o'r blacn. Dywedodd yn ei ddarlith nad oedd bobl benaf ii galluocaf ein gwlad yn ei-t-dii fod gan Bacon ddim llaw o gwbl yn llenydiliaeth Shakespeare. Dywedodd Mr. B. J. Isaac, wrth gynyg pleidlas o ddiokhgarweh i'r darlithiwr, nad oedd ef yn credu mai neb llai na Shakespeare ei hun, oqdd wedi ysgrifcnu'r hyn sydd mor enwog mewn llenvddiaeth Seisnig. Gwir yw'r dywediad, "Great thoughts think alike." Eilwyd gan Mr. T. L. Jenkinst. "Y nos a gerddodd ym mhell," a tilierfynwyd y cyfarfod, ac aeth pawb adref i'w cragen yn y penderfyniad mai "da oedd i ni fod yno.("Alnia Mater.")
CLYDEY MARWOT.AETH.—Y mae genym y gorchwyl prudd- aidd o gofnodi niarwolaeth Mrs. Hannah Davies, Careglwyd, yr hon a hunodd yn yr lesu bore dydd Mercher, lleg o'r mis hwn, yn 58 nilwvdd oed. Dydd Sadwrn canlynol daeth tyrfa luosog ynghyd i dalu yr arwydd olaf iddi, ac i hebrwng ei rhan farwol i fynwont Capel Evan. Gwasanaethwvd gan y Parch. W. Davies, Rehoboth, a'r Parch. B. Davies, Capel Evan (gweinidog yr ymadawedig), a'r Parch. J. H. Jenkins. rheithor Cilrhedyn. Yma- dawddd gan adael i alaru ar ei hoi dau fab ac un ferch —W.D.H.
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WEST CARMARTHENSHIRE UNIONISTS A further meeting of the series was held at the School, Pcnybont, on Monday evening. The school was filled with a.n enthusiastic audience. Mr. J. Williams, of Mvdrim. occupied the chair, and in a few congratulatory remarks introduced Mr. Stephens and Mr. Hanks. Mr. Stephens, who. was well received, commenced to criticise the finances of the present Government, and pointed out that while they were willing to pay £ 8,§00,000 per year for Home Rule for Ireland they appealed to the people of this country on the cry of peace, retrenchment, and reform. He (Mr. Stephens) felt that he should be lacking in patriotism if he did not issue to them a warning anent the far-reaching effect of Irish Home Rule. The cry for Home Rule emanated from the Southern party of Ireland which part. although they had a population of nearly four times as large as Ulster, only contributed 6s. 8d. in the £ to the rates and taxes of Ireland. The people of L lstor were the people who were paying for the administration of Ireland to the tune of 131;. 4d. in the E, and yet those were the people who desired nay demanded, the continuity of the union with Great Britain. The people of Ulster had built, up large industries and had made those industries thrive. They had a compact mass of people who were like unto us in every sense, and who were determined to remain with us. If the Radical Government proceeded with its Home Rule Bill' there would undoubtedly be civil war in Ireland and he was sure that every Unonist in these Isles would back up the Ulstermen. The Government had received the mandate for Home Rule and he would ask any man in the room whether he at the last election recorded his vote with the knowledge that that vote was to give Home Rule for Ireland, and if necessary to allow the Government to. shoot down the Ulster men who if the worst came would go into battle with the Union Jack as their banner and "God save the King-" as their battle cry. Were they willing to allow this Government to give to Ireland £ 8,000,000 per year in order that Ireland may have Home Rule, but this was not the worst part of the matter; in giving no control in the government of Ireland, but we will allow Ireland to send forty-two members to govern us at Westminster, and we will pay them JEMO per year for doing it. Turning to the land question Mr. Stephens said that the granting of a minimum wage was impossible unless they so regulated their markets that the farmer could secure a fair price for this produce. He therefore appealed to them to let the Unionist party have the control o fthe State for they would at once bring in a measure of Tariff Reform which would be that it would secure to the agriculturalists of Wales a certain market at good prices for their commodities and when that was assured he felt sure that the farmer would not be forced to pay a mini- mum wage, but would without Government pressure commence to pay a good and sufficient wage to all labourers. His advice to them was that they should secure a reasonable margin between the cost of pro- duction the selling price, and their wages would automatically rise. He had no intention of placing new taxes upon food, but would simply change the incidence of the present taxes. We in Britain collected £ 11,000,000 per year food taxes, but those taxes were all placed upon M-ticles of food that would not be produced here. He would ask them therefore to give the Unionist party an opportunity to place those existing t ixes upon articles of food which they produced hero and therefore give to the British agriculturalist an opportunity of increasing the production of his industry (loud applause). Mr. Hanks spoke upon the land question. A vote of thanks to the speakers was moved by Rev. E. Hughes., and seconded by Mr. J. Thomas, J.P. ST. CLEARS. The second meeting of the series was held at St Clears on Thursday evening, when the chair was occupied by Mr. K. H. Harries, J.F. (chairman oi the association). Mr. Harries on rising rex erred to the loss the party had sustained in the death of Mr. H. J. Stokes, and in the most felicitous terms re- ferred to the work accomplished by Mr. Stokes, and a. vote of condolence with the widow of Mi-. Stokes was passed in the usual way. Mr. Harries aid that although he could not claim to be a speaker he felt it his duty to remind his hearers that they were now in the rapids which unless drastic actions were taken would inevitably drive to IC civil war in Ireland, and he requested his hearers to bring pressure to bear upon the Government in order to avoid such a calamity. After briefly referring to Mr. Stephens he said lie had the greatest pleasure in asking Mr. Stephens to speak to them. Mr. Stephens, who was received with loud ap- plause, said how glad he was to come to St. Clears to support the cause of Unionism. They in St. Clears knew nim best as a business man, and he would therefore try to speak to them as a business man for he could assure them that when they approached good politics as we approach business they would find that our legislation was far better and far more equitable than when we approached the matter solely as politicians, and he was convinced that, if the electors of Wales would look at politics as the business of the nation, the day of the politi- cal preacher who was ever chasing some silly Will o the Wisp, would be gone for ever. He felt riire they would agree with him when he said that the only party in Great Britain who approached the business of the country on sound economic basis was the Unionist party (hear, hear). Mr. Stephens proceeded to say that the present Govern- inent, whose battle cry was peace, retrench- ment, and reform, had by the revolutionary charac^r of their legislation the means of causing more British capital to be invested abroad and had been the means of reducing British credit and British prestige in the councils of the world. He wouid remind his hearers that such a policy ns this Ii'] the effect of reducing the employable capacity of Great- Britain and therefore was the cause of un- employment and destitution with its resultant oxt-a charge in rates and taxes upon the remainder of the community who remained in employment. He would point out to them that the motto of the Unionist party was Britain first, and that when 'he Unionist. paWy were returned to power their legisla- tion would be so framed as to secure the maximum amount of employment for British workmen, and he felt he could then leave the matter of adjustment of profit, and wages to the people most concerned. T > pass Acts of Parliament demanding a minimum wage without securing a minimum price for the com- modities produced was equal to making a r-ii t of clothes without first ascertaining whether you had sufficient material to make it with. In conclusion Mr. Stephens said he would like to refer to the agitation of the Suicide Club. If they looked closely into the matter they should find that the people who were paying for this agitation were aliens, or Little-Englanders whose income was de- rived from investments abroad. They had no stake in this country, and only lived here because they knew that wherever :Free Trade obtained they could pay low wages and receive the goods which they produced abroad on the same footing of tjoods manufactured in this country and paying their iii-t quota of rates and taxes. Our Navy was our insurance, and he would ask his hearers to say whether they were prepared to pay a larger insurance policy or whether they were willing to let the navy go to the wall and then in the near future to pay to Germany or some other power a war indemnity similar to the one paid by France in 1890. He felt convinced that the neople of Car- marthenshire were willing to pay their share to- wards keeping the navy supreme and by keeping the navv supreme to ensure at all times the absolute snpremncv of Britain (loud appltusel. Mr. ITanks after dealing at length with the land piestion referred to the Welsh Church Bill and said that although everyone was agreed that the civil war threatened in Ulster would not have itF counter- part ill a]p.bfx>,U]Sf' of thp <li!'t,<tahlishnwnt anfl disendowment of the Chinch. We shoufd undoubt- edly be faced by a civil war. which would in the finafity be far more disastrous to the welfare of the Wol-h nation. No one would benefit by the passing of the Bill. But once upon the statute book the jealousies and fractions which existed between th" Established Church and Nonconformity twenty years ago would be far surpassed, and he said without fear of contradiction that the chief sufferer would be religion. He therefore appealed to the Nonconformists of Wales to look at this matter for themselves instead of looking through the glasses supplied by the political preacher (applause). Mr. J~. Beynon moved that the heartiest' thank?
BY-ELECTION RESULTS SMASHING BLOW FOR THE GOVERNMENT. BETHNAL GREEN VICTORY. The result of the poll in Bcthnal Green was de- clared from the Town Hall, after a recount, as follows:- Wilson (U.) 2.828 Masterman (L) 2,804 Scurr (S. and Lab.) 316 Liberal maj, of 184 converted into a Unionist maj. of 24 Unionist gain. A comparison of these figures with those of the last contest, in July, 1911, gives the following results:- Increase in electorate 11 Increase in Unionist poll 267 Increase in Liberal poll 59 Increase in Labour poll 182 RESULT IN SOUTH BUCKS. Tne result of the polling on Wednesday in South Bucks, where the vacancy was caused by Sir Alfred Cripp's elevation to the peerage, was declared at High Wycombe about half-past 1 on Thursday. The figures were as follows:— Mr. W. B. Du Pre (U.) 9,044 Mr. Tonman Mosley (L.) 6,713 Unionist majority 2,331 No change. A comparison with the figures at the last con- tested election, in January, 191C, gives the follow- ing results:— Increase in electorate 1,902 Increase in total poll U63 Increase in Unionist poll 354 Increase in Liberal poll 579 Decrease in Unionist majority 225 POLLING AT POPLAR Poplar, the last of the three constituencies to poll on successive days this week, gave its verdict on iFridav. The vacancy was caused by Mr. Sydney Buxton's resignation on his appointment as Gover- nor-Goneral of South Africa, and the result of the poll is that the Liberals retain the seat, but wit'h a greatly reduced majority. The figures were an- nounced shortly before" 11 o'clock last night as follows Mr. A. W. Yeo (L.) 3,543 Mr. R. Kerr Clark (U.) 3,270 Mr. J. Jones (Lab and Soc.) 893 Liberal maj. over Unionist 278 No change. A comparison with the figures, at the la-t election, when there was a straight fight between the Liberals and the Unionists, give the following re- sults :— Increase in electorate 801 Increase in total poll 1,586 Increase in l.'nionist poll 1.122 Dpcrease in Liberal poll 429 Decrease in Liberal majority 1,551
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DEANERY EISTEDDFOD AT LAMPETER The annual eisteddfod in connection with the rllral deanery of Lampeter was held at the Victoria Hall, Lampeter. on Monday, when the Rev. Canon ('amber-Williams. R.D.. presided. The following were the adjudicatorsMusic. Mr. loan Williams, Pontardawe; poetry and essays, Rev. J. Davies, (Isfryn). Llanarmon; recitations. Rev. \Y. Har Ed- wards. Carmarthen: knitting, Mrs. T. Lloyd. Deri House. The committee had this year again secured the services of Mr. W. Lewis (Arfryn) as conductor, and. a, usual, he carried out his duties to the satis- faction of all. The hall was crowded, and the eis- teddfod was a great success, competitors being present from many parishes in the deanery. The prizes were awarded as follows:— Recitation for children under 10. Hymn 385 J. R. Jones. Cwmatine; 2, Lizzie Evans, Lampeter Recitation for children under 10, Hymn 568 (English)—1. Miss Hughes, Maestir Farm. Solo for girls under 14, "Angels ever bright and fair" 1. divided between Jenny Timothy and Sarah Evans. Lampeter 2. Lizzie R-ees. Llangybi. Recitation for children under 7. Hymn 292. (Welsh)—1, J. R. Jones, Cwmanne; 2, Janet Gri- ffith. Lampeter. Recitation for children under 7. Hymn 569 (English)—1, Eleanor Davies, Lampeter; 2, Alice Truseot. Lampeter. Solo for boys under 14. "Jerusalem that killcst the Prophets"l. E. T. Davies. Drry Ormond. Recitation for children under 14. Isaiah iil.. 1—9 (Welsh)—1. Hannah Jones, Gwarcwm, Pentrebach; 2. Mary \Yntills. Llangybi. Ditto (English)—1, Cyril Jone;, Lampeter. Answering six questions—1, John Jones. Rhydv- gof; 2. Daniel Roes. Celian. Children's Choir (1) Psalm cxix (2) Hymn. "0. am ras i garu'r lesu" 1. Llangybi and Llanfair Choir: 2. Lnmiieter Choir. Recitation for children under 16. "The Shepherd boy and the Wolf"—1. Maggie Francis, Lampeter. Contralto solo, "Abide with fe": 1, Miss May Nesta Jones; 2. Miss May Richards. Lampeter. Form ng a sentence from the letters "Dewi Sant" —Miss Rees. Llangybi. Any duett Prize divided between Messrs. Simon an, Jones, and Messrs. Bodycombe and B. E. Hughes. P-t r of knitted glove;—1. Mrs. Francis Evans, Lampeter. Ladies' Cho:r, "Spring's Delights"—1, Llangybi Choir, conducted by Mr. D. Jones Stanza. "Y Ddarllenfa"—Mr. D. Thomas. Llany- bythor. Tenor solo, "Be thou faithful unto death"—Mr. Bodyç)mb", Lampeter. Essay. "St. Stephen"—Mr. D. Thomas. LlanT. bythor. Competitive singing for party of 12. Psalm xix.. and"Laus Animae"—1. Llangybi. Impromptu speech—1. Mr Hughes. Pantcov. Silian. I Soprano solo. "Sweet Mpmories"-I, Miss :\1. E. Roberts, Lampeter. Four verses. "My Parish"-l, Mr. T.. Jones, Gwarffvnon. S.lian. I Quartette. "God is a Sp.irit"-l. Miss Jones, llan- gybi. and party. Dialogue for six or more characters—1. Mr. J. T. Jones. Silian. Male Voice Party. "Away to the forest"-I. S lian. Recitation. "The Fall of Pompeii"—1. Mr Evan Davies, Llangybi. Baritone solo. "Y Cymro Dewr"'—1. Mr. O. Saun. ders Davies. Lampeter. II Chief Choral Competition. fy enaid. c}y" —1. Lampeter, conducted by Mr. D. F. Lloyd.
I' LLANSADWRN THS-WATER QI'-ESTIOX.—The committee appointed to make arrangements for supplying water for Llansadwrn met under the presidency of Councillor Rees Lewis. Brownhill. A letter bearing on the subject was road from Mr. Mervyn Pool. Tho question will come under discussion at rbo next subject was road from Mr. Mervyn Pool. Tho question will come under discussion at rbo next meeting of the Rural District Council. Until then I it he reader must curb his natural curiosity ns to what anspired at the meeting.
CARDIGAN WEDDIVG.—Considerable interest was taken in & wedding which was solemnised at the Tabernacle, 'Cardiff. on Wednesday in last week, when the con- tracting parties were Mr. D. E. Evans, second eon of Mr. Coredig Evan,, of Cardigan, and Miss S. J. James, daughter of Captain and Mrs. James, Tyr- hedyn. 8t. Dogma el s. The bridesmaids were Miss Evelyn Evans, sister of the bridegroom, and Miss Kitty Griffiths, cousi.n of the bride. Mr. Fred Evans, I of Ynysddu. was the best man, and the bride was given away by her cousin. Mr. Percy Phillips, of Barry. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. J. D. Hughes, of Blaenywaun. Pern. After the wedding a reception was held at Barry's Hotel, after which Mr. and Mrs. Evans left for the English lakes.
CYNGHORDY E.VTEBTAIXMEXT AID TEA.—Miss Whitehead. Glan- brane Park. entertained between 50 end 60 of tho members of the Young Girls" Guild and friends to an excellent tea at Capel Cvnfab. This was followed by a tea. over which Councillor W. R. Lewis. Bron- felm, presided. Various games wore also indulged in during the evening. At the close Mrs. Jonee, Tanypark. proposed a hearty vote of thanks to Misn hitehead for her generosity and the opportunity >he had provided all to spend so enjoyable un evening. Miss Drew seconded. A similar compli- ment was paid the chairman on the motion of Mr. Dd. Morgan, seconded by Mr. Rees Williams.
HENLLAN EISTEDDFOD. -H,,Id at the Abcrbank National School on Friday evening. Chairman, Capt. Walters, Henllan adjudicators—IIIUSKJ Mr. E. Thomas C Bionlljs. Brongest; conductor and adjudicator of recitations, Mr. E. J. Lewis, Tregrdes a-ccompankts, Masters Willie Davies and Tom James; secretary Mr. Tom Thomas, Trebedw; treasurer, Mr. J. James, Biaenwaun. Awards:—Children's trio: 1, M. L. Jenkins, liailwuy-terrace; 2, E. A. Williams' Aberbank: 3. May Jones, Bwkh. Solo, children under ] £ 1, H. M. Williaitit, 2, divided between Jimmy Davies, Llwynhelyg, and M. H. Evans, Park. Recitation, under 10: 1. May Jones; 2. Annie Davies. Llwynhelyg; 3, M. L. Jenkins. Recitation, under 14: 1. Powdl, Coedybryn: 2, M. L. Jen- kins 3, M. H. Evans. Solo, under £ 1. M. H. Evans; 2, Nesta Griffiths. W orfa 3, M. L. Jenkiiib. Reading Welsh; 1. Powell; 2, divided between Getta Evans and H. M. Williams, Aberbank. Be-t note: 1, Olwen Griffiths; 2. divided between H. M. Williams. Annie Jones and M. H. Evans. Trio, under 14: 1. Olwen and friends; 2 and 3, divided between H. M. Williams and friends and Getta Evans and friends. Soprano solo: E. A. Evans, Towy View. Llandvfriog. Solo Tw-ps Divided betwc -n W. Jones. Ffynonfair. and D. J. New ham, Rhyd lewis. Penillion singing: "Eos Biawd Ceirch, Gemos Mill. Confined solo: 1. D. J. Newham. Wit: "Eos Blawd Ceirch." In the course of the evening recitations were given by ),11-. E. J. Lewj". penillion singing by Mr. C. Reet, Nantypopty, and an address by Capt. Walters. CORRECTION.—In our report o.f the funeraJ of Mr. Joshua Jones, Lanfawr, which appeared last week, the name of Mrs. Margaret Jones. 'I dd, Aber- bank (daughter), should appear with those mentioned in the list of chief mourners.
TALSARN The annual ploughing match of the Mid Aeron District was held on Wednesday last in a field kind- I lent by Mr. Edward Davior. Gelli. Chairman of the Committee. Mr. Moses Evans. Penlonelag Issaf; treasurer, Mr. Evan Evans. Red Lion. Talsarn sec- retaries. Messrs. D. T. Jones,.Llanerchfach,. and Daniel Jones. Cilorwitk. FelinfacJi. Awards:— Champion Class: 1. Evans. PerWii. Celcennii): 2, Alban Davies. Lon. Ciioennin. General Class: 1. David Davies. Gelli. Talsarn 2, D. O. Williams, Cwmere. Felinfach: 3. Evans, Fool Dihewid. Rnys: 1. Jones. Pennant: 2, David Evans. Pontfaen-Ciliaii Aeron: 3. Jones. Felin Feinog. Dibcwid. Waste Funow: 1. David Davies. Celli, Talsarn. Funow: 1. Evans. Perthi. Ciioennin. Best team of horses; 1, Mr. Lewi's Fvtln4. Tynant, Cflicn Aertn.
of the meeting be accorded to Mr. Stephens and to Mr. Hanks, and he would like to suy that he had the greatest admiration for Mr. Stephens who he was pleased to call a splendid landlord (loud ap- plause). Mr. Jenkins suitably seconded the vote of thanks, which was accorded with acclamation, nnd in \li-. iiiov(-:1 i vot( !I reply Mr. Stephens moved a vote of thanks to Mr. Harries.