ANERCHIAD PRIODASOL I Mr Lewis Pugh a Miss Jaue Davies, y ddau o Abergynolwyn. Pan oedd y goedwig werdd a'i dail yn wyw Yn Hydref oer yn syrthio, Rhwng bryniau'r Aber, canfu Lewis Pugh Dlos lili yn blodeuo Nid oedd foddlonai fynwes ond ei chael Yn eiddo iddo'i hunan, Fel hyn gwnaed Lewis Pugh a Jeny bael Yn un mewn barn amcan. Wrth ddechreu'r bywyd priodasol cun Mae'n ddechreu bywyd newydd, Mae'n dyblu'r cyfrifoldeb ar bob dyn, Mae eisiau rhywbeth beunydd y Fe gwyd y rhent a'r dreth a phobpeth broii- I gariad beth yw hyny," Pnn egyr ffrydiau hedd well dan y fron, Mae Eden yn y fodrwy. Yn Mai eu hoes boed haul y nef uwchben, Yn gwenu mewn sirioldeb, Ar y cyfamod wnaeth, dwy galon wen I fyw ynghyd n-iewn undeb Mae bywyd priodasol yn y byd, Yn fywyd o wasanaeth, Wrth anrhydeddu'r nef mewn cartref clyd, Mae disgwyl gwen rbagluniaeth. Towyn. ILAR.
JUDI CI OUS Creates many a New Busi. tl ness; Enlarges many an Old BLisinesi Revives many a Dull Business; Rescues many a Lost Business; Saves many a Fal- ling Business; Preserves many a Large Business and Secures success A DVERTISINGr in any Business. x L
ABERDOVEY. ONE Hundred Pounds ( £ 100) worth of Gentle- men's Woollen Underclothing to be cleared at reduced prices, also several hundreds of men's Cardigans, Umbrellas, Hats, Caps, &c., &c. R. 0. Richards, Tailor and Outfitter. fAdvt.] The Rev J. O. Thomas, M.A., as well as the Rev J. Glyn Davies have declined the invitation of the Calvinistic Methodist Sunday School Committee to prepare the text books for the new divisions, and the Rev J. Williams, B.A, Dolgelley, and Mr Thos. Owen, Aberystwyth, have been appointed to do the work. REWARD FOR BRAVERY. The Royal Humane Society has decided to award a medal to the young man Richards, who saved the life of a visitor's little girl in August last. Considerable disappointment is felt that the other young man who also rendered great assistance was not recognised. SALE.—On Tuesday and Wednesday Mr E. H. Daniel, of the firm of Daniel, Son, and Meredith, Aberystwyth, offered for sale the household furni- ture and other effects of the Marine Private Hotel. The sale was largely attended and very successful. WESLEYAN FOREIGN MISSION. On Monday evening, at the Wesleyan Chapel, a meeting to support the foreign mission was held. Mr E L. Rowlands occupied the chair. Addresses were delivered by the Rev. R. Jones (Towyn) and the Rev. R. Garrett Roberts (Aberdovey). The collectors for the present season are: Mrs A. Rowlands and Miss A. Roberts, Miss J. E. Jones and Miss Davies. VISIT OF A FAMOUS PREACHER,-Dr Oweu Evans of London, and lately of Llanbrynmair, paid a visit to the town, and preached at the Independent Chapel on Friday evening. On Monday evening he also preached to a large congregation at the Bethesda Chapel, Towyn, BRITISH AND FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY.—The Rev D. Charles Edwards, the deputation from the parent society, visited this town last week. The chair was occupied by Mr W. Jones, and addresses were delivered by the Revs J. O. Thomas, Garrett Huberts, and D. C. Edwards. The balance sheet showed that last year a sum of X22 10s 7d was collected. The officers are as follows :— President, Mr J. Hughes Jones, J.P.; secretary, Mr Evans; treasurer, Mr Griffith Owen; depository, Mr G. Williams; auditors, Messrs W. Jones and W. Eves. The following have been elected collectors for the present year:—Western district, Mrs Pugh and Miss Owen, Pier House. Central district, Misb Lewis and Miss Vaughan. Eastern district, Mrs Tomlins and Miss Clayton. Cefnrhosisa, Mrs Lewis Roberts and Mrs Davies. Lower part, Mrs C. Lewis and Mrs M. Jones. HARVEST THANKSGIVING.—These services were held at the Church on Friday last. The services throughout were most hearty, the choir doing their work with much credit. The preachers were the Rev T. Lewis, yicar of Towyn, in the afternoon, English service; and the Rev H. Williams, Corris, in the evening, Welsh service. At the latter ser- vice the church was crowded.
FATAL ACCIDENT NEAR ABER- DOVEY. A WAGGON PASSING OVER A YOUNG MAN'S BODY. On Friday afternoon a fatal accident occurred between Aberdovey and Towyn. A young man named William Smith, aged 22 years, an agricul- e, I tural labourer, at Morfa, Towyn, and a native of Abergynolwyn, was engaged in carting some timber from Braichcelyn, Aberdovey, to Towyn, and whilst on the way home between the above two towns he fell down, and the fore wheel of the wagon went over his body. At first he appeared not seriously hurt, but soon the effect of the great weight that had gone over his body was apparent, and in less than 36 hours he expired. THE INQUEST Was held on Monday afternoon at the Police Court, before the county coroner (Mr W. R. Davies, solicitor, Dolgelley), when the following gentlemen composed the jury: Messsrs J. Maethlon James, foreman, Samuel Edmunds, John Cadvan Edwards, Francis Jones, Lewis Lewis, Hugh Roberts, Hum- phrey Williams, Lewis Vaughan, O. J. Barnett, John Whittaker, John Parry, H. Pugh, and Edward Humphreys. The first witness called was R. Wynne Thomas, Bryn Llewelyn, labourer, who deposed that he was with William Smith on Friday carting timber from Braichcelyn. They had a wagon with two horses, and left Braichcelyn at 11.35 a.m., with about a ton and half of timber. They came all right through Aberbovey as far as the road leading to Caethle. The witness at this time was sitting on the top of the load, whilst deceased was sitting on the shaft. He hesrd deceased shouting on the horses to stop, and when he looked down he saw the fore wheel going over the deceased body. The horses stopped before the back wheels went over him. The deceased at once got up, and walked some distance. He seemed to have come to himself, and soon put his hands on the shaft and jumped up again, and sat down. They went on, and, when opposite Rivers Lee deceased called on him to stop the horses. The witness stopped them and the deceased came from the shaft on being asked. He said he was not hurt but greatly shocked. He then vomited, but threw up no blood. He went on the shaft again, and re- mained there until they were near the Turnpike. There he sat near the road side, and tried to vomit. He then laid himself down, snd seemed to be con- siderably weaker. With assistance of a gentleman who was passing he got him up again, but deceased appeared worse. He pressed upon him to go to the Turnpike House but he refused. He (witness) then asked if he would be allowed to go to town and get a carriage to convey him home. To this he con- sented. Before going he requested the women of the houses to watch over him. Mr Evans, Morfa, Towyn, met him and went for the carriage.—Asked if he knew how deceased fell, witness (said the deceased told him that his foot went into the wheel, and he was thus dragged down. With regard to his condition deceased had called at the Dovey whilst on their way to Braichcelyn and also at Penhelyg. On returning he had also entered the Dovey. The deceased walked and talked all right and did not appear at all drowsy. He (witness) did not think the deceased fell in a fit.-The Foreman It is a general custom, I think, for drivers to sit on the shaft, is it not?- Witness Yes, they generally sit there, but it must be said to be very dangerous.—J. Evans, Morfa Towyn farm, said the deceased was in bis service as farm servant. He died on Satur- day evening atioiir, 11 p.m. He saw deceased on the side of the road near the turnpike and though- at the time be had taken too much as he appeared to be drowsy. He askeo where were the horses and ho replied that Bob had taken them on. He then went on and soon caught up R. Wynne Thomas who informed him of the accident and that the fore wheel of the wagon had gone over deceased's body. He returned with a conveyance to take him to his house and medical aid was summoned as soon as possible.— Mr Humphrey Williams: Was he able to get into the carriage himself then r- Witness: I assisted him up, and he was then able to walk in.- L>r H. G. Jones wrote a letter stating that he had been called to attend the deceased. He had died from the effects of injuries sustained by falling from the wagon, the fore wheel of which went over his abdomen.—A verdict of Accidental death" was returned.
LLANEGRYN. THE SCHOOL QUESTION.—A further meeting to discuss the above was held on Tuesday evening last week, Mr Wm. Davies, Fron Newydd, again in the chair.—After the Rev D. Davies and others had addressed the meeting it was resolved to call the attention of the County Governing Body, which has the control of the endowment, to the unsatisfactory and unjust management of the school. The Rev D. James and the chairman were appointed a deputa- tion to lay the views of the iahabitants before that body at its next meeting.
MARKETS FARMING AND THE CORN TRADE. Messrs. W. L. Browne & Co., report from Shrews- bury, on Saturday, October the 23rd, as follows:- The weather of the past week has been well suited for out-door work, and farmers have been enabled to sow their autumn corn under most favourable conditions. Country markets have been fairly attended, but the supply of wheat has been restricted, and the best samples have made more money. Bad conditioned and smutty lots, however, have not improved in value. The ^supply of fine barley has fallen off, but that of secondary quality has increased. Best samples have realised about previous quotations, but buyers have been less anxious to operate than they were a fortnight ago. Low qualities have met with a bad trade. Oats have continued steady. Flour has risen Is per sack. Offals have remained unchanged. W ELSHPOOLG ENERAL,Monday.- Wholesale prices: Butter lid to Is 2d per lb eggs 9 to 10 for Is; fowls Os Od to 3s Od per couple chickens. 3s Od to 4s 6d; ducks, 4s Od to 5s Od per couple; geese, 5s Od to 6s 6d each turkeys, 4s Od to 7s Od each rabbits Os lid to Is 6d per couple; potatoes, Os Od per cwt. LIVERPOOL CATTLE, MONDAY. —The supply of stock was smaller than last week, showing a decrease of 96 cattle, and an increase of 298 sheep and lambs. Demand slow for all classes at about late rates. Quotations:—Best beef, 5d to 5d; second, 5d T 4 to 5jd; third, 4d to 4d; best Scotch sheep, 7-gd to 7fd other sorts, 5d to 6d; lambs, 6d to 7d per lb. Numbers: Beasts, 2,084; Sheep and lambs 7,067. LIVERPOOL CORN, TUESDAY.—There was a moder- ate trade in wheat, at the prices of last Friday. 1 Californian. 7s 11 Jd to Os Od; new Northern, 7s 6d to 7s 8d Kansas, 7s 4d to 7s 7d; Beans — 2 weak, and prices ranged threepence under Friday Saidi slow, 26s 9d to 27s Od. Peas, 5s Id to Os Od. Oats slow unchanged new white, 2s 2d to 2s 5d; yellow, 2s Od to 2s 3d; black, 2s Od to 2s 2d. Maize, ordinary, average business, full rates — mixed, 3s li-d to 3s ld. Flour, unchanged. 2 SALFORD CATTLE, TUESDAY.—At market—Cattle, 2,935; sheep, 7,186; and calves, 167. Choice quali- ties of cattle met with a fair demand whilst for sheep choice light weights were in good demand. The attendance of buyers of calves was very scanty. Quotations as follows: Cattle, 4td 4 to 5d sheep, 5d to 8td; calves, 5d to 6d per lb. LONDON HAY AND STRAW, TUESDAY.- Moderate supplies, and trade quiet at the following prices:—Good to prime hay, 60s. to 86s Od; inferior to fair, 50s to 60s; good to prime clover, 70s to 96s Od new ditto, Os to Os; inferior to fair ditto, 50s Od to 68s mixture and sainfoin, 50s Od to 85s Od new ditto, 00s to 00s straw, 32s to 39s per load. ELLESMERE, TUESDAY. New Wheat 4s lOd to 5s Od old Os Od to Os Od per 75 lbs; new oats Os Od to Os Od; old oats, Os Od to Os Od, per 50 lbs malting barley 19s Od to 20s Od per 280 Ibs eggs 8 to 9 for Is; butter Is Od to Is 2d per 16 oz fowls 3s Od to 4s Od per couple chickens, Os Od to Os Od per couple; ducks, 4s Od to 5s Od per couple; rabbits, Os Od to Os Od per couple; beef 5d to 6td per Ib mutton 7d to 7c1 per lb; lamb 7d to7d 2 2 2 per lb; veal 6d to 7d per lb bacon pigs, 8s 3d per score; porkets, 0s Od to 10s Od per score. OSWESTRY CORN MARKET, WEDNESDAY. The following were the quotatiors —Old white wheat, Os Od to Os Od per 751bs old red wheat, Os Od to Os Od per 7blbs; new white wheat, 4s lOd to 5s Od; new red wheat, 4s 8d to 4s lOd per 751bs old white oats, 13s Od to 14s Od per 2001bs; old black oats, Os Od to Os Od new white oats, 11s Od to 12s Od per 2001bs new black oats, 10s Od to lis Od per 2001bs; malting barley, 17s Od to 21s Od grinding barley, 12s Od to 13s Od per 280 lbs. CORK BUTTER, Thursday.—Primest, 80s; prime, 78s; firsts, 80s; seconds, 78s; kegs 76s thirds, 69s; kegs, -s; fourths 50s; fiftbs -s, choicest 88s; choice 80s, superfine 85s; kf'g S, fine mild —s, mild 72s, choicest boxes 90s, choice boxes, a. In market 390, which were classified as follows Primest, 11; prime 4, firsts 193, seconds 61, thirds 10, fourths 3, fifths 0; choicest 9, choice 3, super- fine 35, fine mild 17, mild 0, choicest boxes 17, choice 1, unbramled 6, kegs 10. WHITCHURCH, FRIDAY. Wheat, 4s 8d t( 4s lOd per 75 lbs; barley 4s Od to 4s 6d per 701 bs oats, 3s Od to 3s 6d per 50 lbs eggs, 7 to 9 for Is; butter, Is Id to Is 2d perl6oz: fowls, 3s 0d to 3s 6d per couple; ducks, 4s Od to 4s 6d per couple potatoes, Os lOd to Os Od per score: beef, 6ft to 8d per lb; mutton, 7d to 9d; lamb, 7d ti 9d per lb; veal, 7d to 8d per lb pork, 6d to 6;!¡.d per lb; rabbits Is 6d to Is 8d per couple; apples, Id to 11-d per lb. Printed and Published by Samuel Salter and David Rowlands, at their Offices, 21, Berriew street, Welshpool, in the County of Montgomery.— Thursday, October 28, 1897.
THE WELSH CUP. FIRST ROUND. ABERYSTWYTH v. LLANIDLOES. These teams met in their cup match at Aberyst- wyth on Saturday before a good gate. They were represented by the following :— ABERYSTWYTH. Goal, Rumsey Williams; backs, W. R. Jones and Harrv Smith: half-backs, G. Green, J. H. Edwards, and t. Parry; forwards, J. F. Jones, Hammonds, T. Jenkins, A. Green, and J. C. Rea. Linesman, Mr W. Price. LLANIDLOES. Goal, E. Evans backs, T. Hampton and D. Jones; half-backs, F. W. Davies, Ned Hamer, and T. Hamer; forwards, W. H. Hughes, R. Evans, J. O. Owen, W. Evans, Capt Lloyd. Linesman, Mr Davies. Referee, Mr R. T. Gough, Oswestry. Aberystwyth won the toss, and Llanidloes right wing broke away but were pulled up by the backs. The play fell over to the left wing, and one of the visitors handling the ball they were compelled to fall on their goal. Geo Green took the kick and drove the ball behind. Rea got in a beautiful shot off the line which Evans struck out. J. H. Edwards caught the ball from the rebound, and shooting well in, Hamer just headed out in time to save disaster. The home backs drove the ball down from the kick off, and Jenkins getting in front of goal drove the ball behind. The play was well in the hands of the homesters, and in the space of a few minutes Jen- kins got away and passing to Hammonds, the latter tipped the ball to J. F. Jones, who drew first blood for the homesters with a clinking shot. Following up the attack from the centee kick the town bore down on the Llanidloes goal and fairly penned in their opponents. A foul was given against Llanid- loes in midfield and W. R. Jones dropped the ball under the bar. The goal was of course not allowed, no one having touched the ball in its passage. The Llanidloes defence was severely pressed, and their forwards when there seemed an opening blundered by pas-ing on to the feet of the home backs. By united effort the visiting forwards crept towards the home goal. Beating the home backs, the goal appeared to be in peril, when the ball slipped over the line. This lull in the attack on the Llanidloes fcoal was but temporary,.and after some smart play by Rea, Jenkins got in a stinging shot which Evans was lucky enough to catch and toss out of danger. A foul was given against Jenkins but Parry saved from the kick off. Another foul against Edwards forced the home team into their goal. The ball was well placed, but Hammond cleared and Rea was favoured on the left. Hard kicking by the visiting backs cleared their ground, and the for- wards bursting away Rumsey Williams had to kick out a well directed shot. Rea was fouled by Hampton and a foul given. This was likewise cleared, but in saving from another attack Jones headed behind his own goal. The home team gained nothing by the place kick and play again fell to the immediate vicinity of the visitors' goal. A foul was given against Jenkins and the home defence was tried, Smith and Jones however pulling their defence out of danger. Another onslaught on the visitors' goal gave Jenkins an opening, and he quickly potted the second goal for tne Aberystwyth men. Another foul was given against Jenkins, and the only satisfaction Llanidloes earned by it was a rush on the right finishing up with a drive on the line. Geo Green fouled a visiting forward and once again the home goal was packed for a rush. J. H. Edwards however cleared by heading the ball to A. Green, who passing to Jenkins, the latter sent over to Jones. Jones was off-side, and his chance of adding to his score was nipped in the bud. Hampton and Jonps were very conspicuous in the defence of their goal and did some smart work with their heads. Rea was the fortunate player who scored the third goal for the home team, which he did in fine style with a long shot off the left wing after beating a couple of the visiting backs. Within a couple of minutes Hammond, Jones, and Rea had each a try at the goal, which was only saved by the merest chance. The first half finished with the game 3 goals to none in favour of Aberystwyth. The second half was opened altogether in favour of Aberystwyth, the Llanidloes men showing up rather poorly. Rea reached the corner flag and sent in a beautiful shot which skimmed the cross bar, falling on to the feet of J. F. Jones who scored the fourth goal. Another run by Rea finished with Hamer kicking the ball behind. Clearing their goal from the rush the visitors tried to break through the home defence. In this they were to some extant successful, coming to grief however when within shooting range. Several corners fell to the lot of the homesters, none of which wera brought to good account. Hammond, Jones, and Rea kept, pepper- ing away and Jenkins and A. Green were well up. Presently the fifth goal was notched for the homesters by A. Green, who dashed up just as Evans kicked out a fast shot from Hammond, and drove the ball into the net. In a short time Evans was called npon to save again from the same player. The sixth goal was secured by J. F. Jones from a fine bit of passing between Rea and Green. A scrimmage in the mouth of the visitors' goal, in which Evans was hurled to the ground, finished up with Jenkins scoring the seventh goal. The whole of the forwards had scored with the exception of Hammond, but the credit of the last goal was un- doubtedly due to Hammond, who, taking a pass from his partner Jones, drove the ball into the hands of Evans. The rest of the game can be I summed in a few words as it was mainly in the hands of the home team, who won a good game by 7 to 0. +.
CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS.- Approximate return of traffic receipts, for the week ending October 24th, 1897. Miles open, 250. Passengers, parcels, horses, carriages, dogs, and mails, 22,348; merchandise, minerals, and live stock, R3,153 total for the week, £ 5,501; aggregate from commencement of half-year, £ 111,026. Actual traffic receipts for the correspond- ing week last year: Miles open, 250. Passengers, parcels, &c., £ 2,194; merchandise, minerals, &c., £ 2.760; total for the week, 14,954; aggregate from commencement of half-year, £ 107,719. Increase for the week, passengers, parcels, &c., 9154; increase, merchandise, minerals, &c., £ 393; total increase for the week, £ 547; aggregate increase, passengers, parcels, &c., £ 1,414 aggregate increase, merchandise, minerals, &c., £ 1,893; aggregate in. crease from commencement of half-year, £ 3,307.
LLWYNGWRIL. Y mae yn ofidus gan bawb yn y pentref hwn glywed fod y Cwnstabl Wm. Evans yn bwriadu ymneillduo o heddlu Sir Feirionydd. Y mae wedi gwasanaethu y sir am dros 25 o flynyddoedd, ac nid ydyw vn ormod dweyd ei fod bob amser wedi cyflawni ei ddyledswydd yn gydwybodol. Y mae hefyd yn werth nodi ei fod yn gymeradwy gan bawb, a'r achos o'i boblogrwydd ydyw ei fod bob amser wedi gwneyd ei orell dros bawb. Nid oedd yn ofui gwneyd ei ddyledswydd pa un bynag ai dewisol ynte annewisol a fyddai y gwaith. Arferid gynt edryeh i lawr gwnstabliaid ond y mae Mr Evans fel ceidwad yrheddwch" wedi dyrchafn yr enw yn ngolwg pawb yn yr ardal. Y mae yn wir yr edrychir yn wahanol ar yr heddgeidwaid y dyddiau hyn o'u cyffelybn a'r amser fu, ond rhaid dweyd fod Mr Evans wedi gwneyd ei ran. Fel bardd a chymydog y mae yn hynod o gymeradwy, ac adwaenai ganoedd ogyfeillion yn mhob eyfeiriad, y rhai a'i cyfarchent yn barchus bob amser. Boed iddo fwvnhau ei orphwysdra ar ei flwydd-dal, abyw yn ddedwydd am flynyddoedd lawer.
BRYN LLEWELYN Sef ty newydd Mrs Wynne Thomas, yn High street, Towyn. Lleeliad Bryn Llewelyn-a garaf, Y goreu yn Nhowyn Adail dda hudol i ddyn, A diail le i delyn. Dswi AWST.
Y GOLOFN GYMREIG. NEWYDDION CYMKEIG. Wrth areithio yn y Capel Seisonigyn Nhowyn yr wythnos ddiweddaf rhoddodd Miss Haslam, yr hou oedd yn cynrychioli Cartrefi Dr Barnardo, engreifft- iau o acliosion sydd wedi digwydd sydd yn anhawdd i ni yn Nghymru eu credu. Adroddodd am fam.Itu yn gadael eu plant heb ofalu o gwbl am danyufc. Adroddodd heiyd am ferch ieuanc wedi dychwelyd o'r America i edrych am ei mbam cyn priodi yn gorfod diengid o'i chartref ei hun trwy ffenestr, a hyny pan wedi ei livspeilio- wedi ei hyspeilio yn nhy ei mham Dywedodd am amryw achosion cyffelyb, yr rhai a ddangosent fod mamau yn bod heb hidio botwm corn am eu plant eu hunain, ond diolch fod y fath engreifftiau yn anghyffredin yn Nghymru. Adroddwyd ddydd Gwener am farwolaeth Mr David Tansley, prif flaenor y dosbarth hwnw o bobl a adnabyddir fel Pobl Ryfedd (Peculiar People), a'r rhai sydd yn cael eu hadnabod hefyd fel Tans- leyiaid. Yr oedd y prif flaenor hwn wedi bod yn wael er's peth amser yn ei breswylfod yn Canning Town, ond yn unol a rheolau ei grefydd ni chafodd gynorthwy meddvgol. Am ddiwrnodau bu y sect yn cynal gwasanaethau arbenig, yn mha rai vi- oedd gWfHidïau arbenig yn cael eu gwneyd ar ei ran. Dywedir mai yr achos o'i farwolaeth oedd afiechyd Bright. Twbyg fod yr hen wr wedi ei gyuhyrfu gan achosion y ddau frawd o'i enwad a ddygwyd gerbron yr ynadon y dydd o'r blaen, achos y rhai sydd yn yr Old Bailey yr wythnos hon. Fel yr hysbyswyd yr wythnos ddiweddaf rhaid i'r ddau frawd roddi cyfrif am farwolaeth eu plant yn nglyn a'u daliadau rhyfedd. ♦ —
CYFLWYNEDIG I Mr a Mrs L. E. Pughe, Abergynolwyn, ar ddydd eu priodas. Dyfyrus ydyw seinio can Briodasol geneth Ian, Cariad heddyw dd'wed yn glir, Pwy yw llencyn glana'r tir ? Seinia gobaith swynol dant Hyfryd nawnddydd gyda'r plant, Taith ddigwmwl fyddo'i rhan Yn yr anial yn mhob man. Fe fu'th wybren eneth gu, Lawer tro yn gymyl du, Cuddiwyd heulwen bur dy hedd Dan gymylog niwl y bpdd, Rhoddwyd pen y teulu gwyn, Do i huno yn y glyn, Ond er ctoesau o bob rhyw Gwyn fu'th rodiad eneth wiw. Bellach teithiwch law yn law, Trwy yr aniai garw draw, I ororau Gwynfa wen, Heb un ewmwl yn y nen, Serch a thangnef lanwo'r ty, Awel llwyddiant ar eich tu, Yn y diwedd nawnddydd gwyn, Yn nghysgedion Seion fryn. Bryneglwys. LLAERON. «
to much advantage. Of the first team it may be said that they are now well prepared to face any of the teams in the Cambrian League.