DYSGYBLAETH Y CORFF. (Parhad. ) Mae y dirywiad moesol a ddilyna chwant cnawdol" arall yn fwy anhawdd ei ddeffinio- musgrellni naturiol. Mae gan y rhan fwyfaf o honom waith diolch i Dduw fod byd yn oed amgylchiadau ein bywyd yn ein diogelu rhag c,Y C) el y pechod hwn. Ychydig o houom a all beidio gweithio, rhaid i'r rhan fwyaf o honom weithio yn galed. Ond y mae diogi, neu ddiffyg tuedd i ymdrechu hyd nes y bo rhaid, i'w gael weithiau hyd yn nod yn yr oes aflonydd a bywiog hon, ac ym mhob ystad o gymdeitbas. Hyny yw, y mae pobi i'w cael na chyrahellir byth i roddiallan eu holl nerth, ac na wnant ddim a'u holl allu. Gwyddom am rai a harhant hyd derfyn eu hoes yn brophwydoliaethau heb eu eyflawnu," y rhai a ddangosasant ym moreu eu hoes addewidion am bethau ardderchog, ac ef allai arwyddion o athrylith, ond a adawant y byd a'u ffortiwn heb ti gwneyd, neu eu hawdlau heb eu hys- grifenu, 0 neu en chyfundrefnau athronyddol heb eu rhoi i'r byd, neu eu diwygiadau cymdeithasol a gwleidyddol heb eu rhoddi ar droed. Enghreifftiau yw y fath rai yn fynych o'r methiant sydd yn dilyn diffva yni fel cosp annocheladwy. Nid yw ei ffeithiau moesol yn llai niweidiol. 0 barthed i rai o brofion musgrellni, a'r rhai yn fynych y cyfarfyddwn mewn llyfrau ar gyfer ieuenctyd. Mas yu anhawdd gweled ea gwerth. Pa ddaioni, er enghraitft, sydd mewn codi o'r gwely amryw oriau cyn dydd ym mis Ionawr? 0 Mae gwneyd codi yn foreu, er ei fioyn ei hun,—yn un o'r prif rinweddau, yn beth hollol benffol. Pa ham nad arosir, fel y dywed Charles Lamb wrthym, nes awyru y byd cyn yr anturiwn allan 1 Os gall dyn wneyd mwy o waith yn y dydd wedi gorwedd yn y gwely hyd banner awr wedi saith, na phe codai ddwy awr yn gynt, os yw yn well ei hwyl amser boreufwyd os yw ei feddwl yn fwy bywiog, a'i fron yn wresocach, am y gweddill o'r dydd, mae tu hwnt i'n cyrliaedd pa ham y rbaid iddo godi am hanner awr wedi pump. Tybiai rhai pobl y dylai; ac yr ydwyf wedi ceisio d'od o hyd i ryw esboniad synwyrol dros y syniad rhyfedd hwn, ond wedi methu; os trwy godi yn ddiweddar foreuan o'r wytbnos y rhaid i rywun frysio i'worchwyl heb y weddi deuluaidd, os gyrir ef allan o'i hwyl foreu ar ol boreu gan yr annhrefn i ba un y dygir ef drwy ei ddiweddarwch; os 0 y cyfyd o'i wely mor ddiweddar ar foreu Sul fel ag i'w orfodi i wneyd ymdrech fawr i fod yn ei le yn weddol o brydlon, ac os y daw i raddol gredu ei fod yn ddigon cynnar, os yw yn ei sedd wedi dechreu y gwasanaeth, yna wrth reswm, y mae i'w feio ond ei fod genyf barch mawr i ddoethineb traddodiadol, yr wyf erioed wedi methu deall pa ham y rhaid i ddyn gyfodi o'i wely mewn amser anghyfleus yn y nos yn unig er mwyn gwneyd hyny. Y mae musgrellni, modd bynag, sydd yn farwol i bob yni gwrol a difrifoldeb Cristion- ogol. Syrthia rhai pobl i'r fath arferion naturiol fel nad ymdJangoslant byth ar ddi- hun. Osgoant, hyd y gallont, lafur caled o unrhyw fath, boed gortforol neu feddyliol. Cyfrifant eu hunain yn bobl ddiniwaid iawn, os nad teilwng o ganmoliaeth hefyd, ac ni welant fod diogi wedi dyfod arnynt yn y fath fodd, fel nad yw yr enaid mwyach yn feistr arno ei hun, neu ar y corff a ddylai ei wasanaethu. Annichon, ef allai egluro iddynt anfoesoldeb eu bywyd; ond gellir dangos iddynt, o bosibl, fod arferion a ddinystriant holl angerddoldeb, a dyfnder, a brwdfrydedd teimlad crefyddol, yn dwyn euogrwydd ganddynt. Gwanychir pob awyddfryd ysbrydol, parlysir pob diben defosiynol, try bob ymwneyd ag addoli yn faich drwy y diogi i'r hwn y gadawsant eu hunain i ym- saddo. Mae holl ogoniant y cerbyd tanllyd C3 y yn yr hwn y dylai yr enaid ymgodi yn orfol- eddus tua'r nefoedd mewn mawl ac addoliad perllewygol wedi ei ddiffodd yn awr ac eil- waith, fe ddichon y cynhyrfir hwy yn wan drwy wres a thaerineb dynion o ardderchog nwyd, ond ni bydd ond dros enyd o'r ddaiar, yn ddaiarol nid ydynt mwyach yn alluog i ymgymmeryd a symmudiadau a mwynderau ny dwyfolaf y bywyd ysbrydol. Rbyfedd fel mor agos gyssylltiedig yw ZD cydweithrediad galluoedd anianol a moesol yn ein natur. Ond nid dirgelwch yn unig mo hono, mae yn flaith o ganlyniad ymarferol diderfyn, a'r hon nis gellir ei hanwybyddu heb berygl tra mawr. Arbedai cyfaddefiad dealIus o honi lawer o ddynion da ddigon rhag blinder mawr, fel ag y cadwai ereill rhag pechu llawer. Mi a hoffwn weled y Dyddlyfrau" a ad- goffhant brofiad ysbrydol dynion lied wych, wedi eu hegluro a nodiadau meddygon doeth y rhai a'u hadnabuasant yn dda. Gallai tymmorau o ymddifadrwydd ysbrydol, pan y cuddia "llewyrch wynebpryd Duw oddi wrthynt, a hyny heb unrhyw reswm eglur, gael esboniad addysgiadol iawn felly. Gellid gweled fod Duw yn llai diammodol neu fel y dywedent hwy, llai penarglwyddiaethol yn ei ymddygiad tuag atynt nag y tybient. Byddai 15 ZD el dysgyblu y corff mewn modd doeth yn sicr o ryddhau llawer enaid defosiynol rhag y meddyliau drwg a'u canlynent fel banllef, a'r rhai y tybir a dreuliant oddi wrth ysbrydion drwg, oddi wrth yr ofnau prudd y rhai a anfonir fel arwyddion o anghrediniaeth ddofn, ac oddi wrth yr iselder ysbryd a gyfrifer fel oy prawf o anfoddlonrwydd dwyfol. Na thybied neb y mynwn briodoli i achosion anianol yn unig yr holl lawenydd annhraetha- dwy a'i holl ing annhraethadwy a ga.nt le yn hanes crefyddol pob dyn sydd yn ymdrechu byw ac ymsymmud a bod yn ei Dduw. Geill mai lledrith ydyw y bydysawd materol hwn geill mai drychiolaeth wag yn unig yw ei 5 0 0 heuliau a'i ser, ei fynyddoedd a'i gefn-foroedd, a fwrir allan gan weithndiad galluoedd fy natur anesboniadwy fy hun, heb feddu unrhyw fodolaeth syl weddol ond y ca'r enaid ei bruddhau a'i fenditliio drwy ei fethiantau a'i oruchafiaethau, drwy dywyllu y gogoniant dwyfol, a thrwy adfeddu y weledigaeth fendigedig-am hyn nis gallaf ammheu. Ymae, modd bynag, mor sicr fod corff ac enaid, cnawd ac ysbryd, mor ryfeddol gydweuedig, I C) mi fel y mae y goleu a'r tywyll a ymlidia y naill y llall yn groes i'n bywyd mewnol, heb fod a'i darddiad bob amser o'r tfnrfafenau uwchaf. Drwy anrhydeddu deddfau ein natur anianol, gall rhai o honom ddod i arwain bywyd ysbrydol mwy gwastad. I rhai dynion tuag at gyfodi i fywyd gwell, dichon ei bod yn llwyr angenrheidiol i fwyta llai a gweddio C) ZD mwy i dreulio llai o amser uwch ben eu gwin a mwy o amser uwch ben eu Beiblau n i farchogaeth, cerdded, rhedeg, ymdrochi, fel ag i gymmeryd rhan mewn rhyw ymarferiadau Cristionogol mewn modd difrifol a rheolaidd. GLASCKHIOX.
PENCADER. AT EI GOHEBWYR. Yr ydym yr wythnos lion eto wedi det-byri ysgrifau ar yr anghydfod yn y lie hWll, Nis gall ein goiiebwyr yn eu byw lai na, bod yu hynod bersonol ac eithafol mewn rliai o'u cya- nyrchion. Nid ydym yn teirrdo y gallwn yn gyfiawn adael i'r oil or ysgrifau yniddangos, a chan fed y pwnc wedi ei drin ei.soc? yn helaeth all ein gwahanol ohebwyr, ci edwn ei hod yn llawn pryd rhoddi t-crfyn nr yr ym- rafael pi-esennol.GOL.
LLANYBYTHER. At Olygydd Y JOURNAL. SYR,—Yr wyf yn erfyn unwaith eto am gyfran o'ch gofod i ddweyd ychydig eiriau n Z5 0 mewn perthynas i lithiau eich gohebwyr, Williams (Merthyr ") a Didymus," y rhai a ymddangosodd yn eich rhifyn diweddaf dan y penawd uchod, mewn perthynas a physgota. Yng nghylch trwytho y cornentydd, nid wyf yn gweled angen amlhau -ei--iau dywedodd Llanc a'r Ffon ychydig eiriau i bwrpas ar y mater. Er nad oeddem yn teimlo angen am barodrwydd neb i gymmeryd fy rhan yn yr ymryson eto gan fod y llanc yn llygad-dyst o'r hyn a ddywedais, y mae yn dda genym ei o'r hyn a ddywedais, y mae yn dda genym ei weled wedi dyfod i'r maes o blaid y gwirion- edd, a hyny gyda'r fath wroldeb. Mewn perthynas i lith 11 Williams (Merthyr)," nid wyf y tro hwn, gydag eithriad neu ddau, yn 13 gweled dim yn y ffregod yu werth gwneyd 1 Z5 sylw o hono. Yng nghylch y trwyddedau, dywedais yn fy llith blaenorol y gallaf olrhain back dates mor belled ag ef o bosibl, am hyny y mae yn fygythiol ac ainmhetis. Daliaf at yr hyn a ddywedais; deuaf llaw yn law gydag 6 ZD ef i'r swyddfa; ac os bydd ef yn teilyngu y flaenoriaeth yno, efe a'i caiff. Gresyn ei fod o hyd mewn tywyllwch o barthed pa ham yr awgrymais am y maenseini. Os nad yw d wyd mai tueddol yr ydym wedi eu gweled hwy i gyflawnu y trosedd, yn ddigon o oleuni iddo, rhaid fod ei olygon yn hynod bwl. Dy- wedaf air yn ychwaneg wrth sylwi ar lith ei frawd "Didymus." Wrth daflu bras olwg dros lithiau Williams (Merthyr)," a gweled ynddynt frawddegau mewn gwahanol ieith- '5 15 oedd, gallem feddwl fod genym grynswth o 0 0 t5 lenor; ond wrth eu darllen a cheisio canlyn llinell ei feddwl, yr ydym yn ei gael mor ddi- bwynt mewn perthynas i'r matter a hwyaden ar lyn. Eglur yw mai ei amcan, wrth ddyfod i'r maes, yw Ilechu yng nghysgod ei ffugenw, Z5 '5 Z5 a gollwng oddi yno ei saethau er boddio ei 0 fympwy hunanol, a cheisio glanhau tl wythwyr ZD y y Hi a dwyno traethwr y lien. Caiff genyf bob llonyddwch dichonadwy i gario ei amcan llechwraidd yn y blaen. Yn awr troaf at lith "Didymus." Gobeithio ei fod ef, fel y tystia, yn ddieuog o ddefnyddio y gwenwyn difaol calch i bysgota, o herwydd y mae hyny yn drosedd y teimlir anfoddlon- rwydd iddo, hyd yn oed gan ddynion na theimlont erioed nn tueddiad i lwybro glanau yr afonydd i geisio pysgod. Yr oeddwn yn meddwl fy mod yn gofalu rhag niweidio dosbarthiadau cyfiawn wrth awgrymuam y maenseiri (cymmered Williams, Merthyr, yr awgryin), er nad oeddwn yn bwriadu i'r bai ddisgyn ar ddosbarth y maen-seiri, nac ychwaitli ar bawb yn eu dosbarth yn gyfangwbl, ond fel dosbarth mwy tueddol, fel yr ydym wedi en gweled yn y C5 gymmydogaeth hon i ddefnyddio y gwenwyn 5 Z5 difaol calch trwy ei fod wrth law ganddynt fynychaf yn eu celfyddyd. Nid ydwyf yn cydolygu a Didymus mewn perthynas i'r lythyren fachog V. Nid anysgeidiaeth a 0 ZD hunanoldeb yw'r achos ein bod yn gosod enwau adnabyddus wrth ein llithiau yn y ddadl hon ond eu gosod ar y sail nad oes eisieu ymguddio wrth draethu y gwirioneddau noeth. Y mae gosod enwau adnabyddus ar ol yr hyn a ddywedwyd yn orchest na fedrai Williams (Merthyr) a Didymus ei wneyd. Pe b'ai i chwi, Mr Gol., ddyweyd fod yn rhaid i Williams (Merthyr) a Didymus roddi enwau adnabyddus wrth eu Ilithiau y tro nesaf; yr wyf yn dra sicr y eymmerent good care i ioddi y maes i fyny yn hytrach na chydsynio a'ch cais. Os wyf yn camsynied, rhoddent brawf. Credaf mai gwell bob amser yw gwneyd sylw byr o silly boys.- Y l' eiddoch, D. O. [Gan fod D.O." wedi cael cyfleusdra i ateb ei wrthwynebwyr, a chan nad ydym yn tybied y deilliaw yr un lies o barhau yr ymrafael rhyngddynt, ni chaniateir ychvvaneg i yin- ddangos yn ein colofnau ar y pwnc uchod. Ymddengys un llythyr Seisnig mewn rhan arall o'n colofnau yn ymdrin a'r un testyn.- GOL.]
TREGROES. At Olygydd Y JOURNAL. SYR,—Caniatewch i mi ychydig le yn eich newyddiadur clodwiw er ymdrechu rhoddi ychydig hanes y pentref din6d hwn. Yr oeddwn yn dysgwyl gweled hanes y wledd a gymmerodd le yma ychydig ddyddiau yn ol 0 Z5 yng ngholofnau y JOURNAL. Yr oedd yn siomedigaeth fawr i mi a llawer ereill na fuasai un o'r ddau offeiriad oedd yn bresennol yn anfon tipyn o'r hanes i'r JOURNAL. Pe buasai rhyw foneddwr neu foneddiges uchel wedi rhoddi y wledd i ysgol St. Ffraid's, fe fyddai hanes go dda yn cael ei anfon i ryw bapyr neu gilydd. Yr ydym wedi cael esiampl o hyn droion yn y plwyf hwn. Ond am wledd flynyddol Tregroes, nid oes neb yn ysgrifenu gair. Gan hyny cymmeraf fy ysgribin mewn .n In Haw i ysgrifenu atoch am y tro cyntaf, a gobeithiaf y gwna darllenwyr lluosog y 11 Z5 C5 JOURNAL faddeu i mi am fy ammherffeith- rwydd. Yr oedd yn arferol cynnal y wledd hon yn ysgoldy y Bwrdd, Tregroes, bob blwyddyn, a chynnelid cyfarfod llenyddol a chystadleuol ar ol hyny. Penderfynwyd ei chynnal eleni ar ben bryn cyfagos ar dir Dyff'rynllwynod, lie yr oedd hen gapel St. Fraid wedi bod. Darparwyd yn helaeth ar gyfer y wledd gan Mrs Davies, Beili; Mrs Evan?, Cwm; Mrs Lewis, Tregroes a Miss Margaret Lewis, Plasnewydd. Fe gafwyd gwledd ardderchog o de a bara brith a n 0 melusion bethau ereill. Yna cafwyd ychydig sports mewn cae cyfagos, pryd y rhoddwyd gwobrau i fechgyn a merched am redeg, itc. I ZIY "I Treuliwyd yma eto amser hynod ddifyrus. Yr oedd llawer o'r gymmydogaeth wedi dyfod yng nghyd. Gwelsom Mr a Mrs Jones, Gilfach-ddafydd Mr Thomas Jones, Llain; Mr John Davies, Dyffryn; Mrs Griffiths, Mr Thomas Evans ein hysgolfeistr, &c., yn eu hwyliau goreu. Teimlai pawb yn edifar fod L Mr Charles Lloyd, Waunifor, wedi methu d'od o herwydd absenoldeb oddi cartref. Terfynwyd trwy roddi diolchgarwch i'r boneddigesau a'r boneddigion oeddynt wedi 0 Z5 gweini ar y byrddau ar gynnygion ein parchus 5 my r, ticer a'n curad doniol ac ar ol canu Hen wlad fy Nhadau," aethom oil gartref yn lion, Z5 hoeuus a diolchgar. UN OEDD YNO.
EISTEDDFOD LLANYMDDYFRI. At Olygydd Y JOURNAL. -Ci-efaf am ychydig ofod yn eich new- '-3'y R, y 0 yddiadur clodwiw er gwneyd sylw neu ddau ar yr eisteddfod uchod. Cynnaliwyd hi er ys ychydig amser yn ol; ac, yn ol yr hanes, trodd allan yn llwyddiant; hyny yw, yn ol barn y pwyllgor beth ydyw eisteddfod lwyddiaunus i fod. Oud, ai tybed na ddylai fod rhyw am- can uwcu na Hogellu arian y cyhoedd gan 1 Z5 bwyllgor pob eisteddfod I Dylai, Dylai pob -n pwyllgor osod rhyddfrydigrwydd, didwylledd, gonestrwydd, a cliytiawnder yn y ffront, ao ysbryd crebachlyd, sectyddiacth, anonestrwydd ac unochraeth yn y tu cefn. Rhodder chwarou I teg i athrylith i befrio ar I wyfan cystadleuaeth Z3 pob eisteddfod, pwy bynag fyddo perchenog yr athrylith hon. Er i'r cyhoedd wybod hanes gweithrediadau mewn cyssylltiad a'r eisteddfod uchod, nodaf ffaith neu ddwy pa fodd yr ym- ddygwyd at un o'r cystndleuwyr. Danfon- wyd pedwar o englynion (ef allai ragor) ar Hen Gastell Llanymddyfii," i'r ysgrifenydd erbyn yr amser penodedig. Gosodwyd hwy yng ngwydd tyst yn llythyrdy Llanymddyfii ddau ddiwrnod cyn y dydd penodedig. Sicrha swyddogion y sefydliad hwnw eu bod wedi eu danfon yn ddiogel. Yn awr, pa le y saif y camwri ? Pe cawsent eu danfon i law y beirniad (Watcyn Wyn), fel yr englynion ereill, credwn y cawsent dd'od i fewn i gylch y feirniadaeth, fel y rhai ereill ond ni chlywyd son am danynt ar ddydd yr eisteddfod nid yn herwydd eu hannheilyngdod, o herwydd dyma farri un a ystyrir yn wir fardd, "ei fod yn orchestgamp cyfansoddi eu gwell." Peth n Z5 arall, cafodd rhai lied amddifad o gynghanedd, Z5 0 chwaethach barddoniaeth, dd'od i gylch y feirniadaeth. Felly, mae perchenogion yr englynion hyn yn dysgwyl clywed yn fuan oddi wrth y pwyllgor beth a wyddant hwy yn eu cylch. Os y daethant i law yr ysgrifenydd, 0 a fydd ef mor garedig a'u danfon yn ol, gan y gwyr lie i'w danfon.—Ydwyf, &c., SANT CENYDD.
LL A N FIH ANG E L-U WC H-G WI LI. Dydd Gwener diweddaf, cafodd plant ysgol ddyddiol y lie uchod yr hyfrydwch o weled un te jiarti yn rhagor yn ysgoldy y lie, a chawsant wledd dda o bob danteithion angenrheidiol, yng nghyd a llawenydd didor. Yr oedd yn bresennol lawer o ffermwyr parchus yr ardal, yn wyr a gwragedd, pa rai a ddangosent eu 15 caredigrwydd mwyaf mewn cynnorthwyo ar -n yr achlysur. Gwelsom hefyd y foneddiges garedig a'i mab, Mrs. a Master Stokes, o Ys- 0 tradwrallt yn bresennol, ac y niaent yn haeddu clocl uchel am eu cyfraniadau helaeth tnag at gynnal y wledd a'r sports yn y blaen. Mae y Stoke. yn foneddigion parchus yn ein gwlad er ys blynyddau bellach, ac yn dangos eu caredigrwydd yn wastad mewn llawer o bethau cyffelyb. Cafwyd hefyd gyfraniadau gan y boneddigion cylchynol, sef Major Dal- rymple a Mr. Morris, Brynmyrddin. Cyn dechreu, cafwyd ton gan y plant, sef Bren- ines yr hen Ynys Wen," ar y don Rhyfel- gyrch Gwyr Harlech," dan arweiniad yr ys- golfeistr par hus, Mr. Gwilym Jones, a chan- wyd yn rhagorol. Yna cafwyd y wledd, a chariwyd pob peth allan yn drefnus gan y boneddigesau caredig ag oedd yn bresennol; ac wedi i bawb gael eu gwala a'u gweddill, Z5 ?15 L-1 aethpwyd i gae cyfagos, yr hwn a gafwyd ben- 0 Z5 0 thyg ar yr achlysur gan yr hen wron, Mr. Davies, Tyrcapel, un o breswylwyr henaf Llan- fihangel yn awr, a chafwyd llawenydd a difyr- wch dros ben. Yr oedd yr oil yn y cae o dan arweiniad y Parch. J. Evans, curad y lie. Wrth derfynu, rhoddwyd three cheers i Mrs a Master Stokes am eu presennoldeb a'u caredig- rwydd. Yna cariwyd Mr. Davies, Tyrcapel, fel "inaer" trwy'r pentref mewn mawr lawen- ydd, ac wedi ei osod i lawr, cafwyd araith odidog ganddo am ddefnyddioldeb yr ysgol yn 0 c'3 n y He, ac am y dewrion a gafodd eu codi ynddi, mewn dysg a gwybodaeth, sydd beddyw yn uchel ar lwyfanau cymdeithas. Mae yr ysgol yn prysur fyned ym mlaen; ac mae wedi ychwanegu llawer at ei rhif yn ddiweddar, trwy ddiwydrwydd di-ildio yr ysgolfeistr presennol, a llwyddiant iddi yw dymuniad UN O'R LLE.
HAVERFORDWEST QUARTER SESSIONS. These sessions were held at Shirehall, Haver- fordwest, on Monday, before his Honour Judge Owen (chairman), Mr T. Rule Owen, Captain Higgoii, Messrs. C. Mathias and M. L1. Owen. William Thomas, of Puncheston, near Haver- fordwest, was charged with feloniously stealing a pony, saddle, and bridle, value £ 14 10s., The property of David J. Davies, of Login, Cardigan- shire, on the loth of April last. Mr Saurin, instructed by Mr D. Hughes Brown, Pembroke Dock. prosecuted. Mr W. J. Jones, solicitor, appeared for the prisoner. From the evidence it appeared that the prose- cutor met the prisoner in the Haverfordwest April Fair, and asked him to look after the pony until he (prosecutor) went into the show-ring with an entire horse. When the prosecutor had finished in the show-ring he failed to find the prisoner. Information was therefore given to the Haverford- west police with the result that the prisoner and pony were traced to Narberth, where the prisoner was apprehended. Mr Jones, addressing the jury for the defence, argued that there was no desire of any felonious intent. The jury, after a deliberation lasting ten minutes, returned a verdict of not guilty, and the prisoner was discharged. This concluded the business of the sessions. PEMBROKESHIRE. The midsummer quarter sessions for the County of Pembroke were held at the Town-hall, Haverfordwest, on Tuesday, before Mr H. C. Allen, Q.C. (chairman), Mr James Phillip, and Mr W. H. Walters. CHARGE OF HOUSE BREAKING. Mary Henton, 66, was charged with attempt- ing to break open and enter the dwelling-house of one Francis Bowden, at Lawrenny, on the 11th of May, 1890, with intent to commit felony therein. Mr W. J. Jones (instructed by Mr Morgan Griffiths) appeared for the prosecution. The prisoner was not represented. Prisoner pleaded not guilty.—Mrs Fanny Bowen, landlady of the Coach and Horses, Lawrenny, deposed to hearing a noice in the cellar of her house between two and three o'clock on Sunday afternoon, the llth of May last. Witness, on proceeding to the cellar, discovered the prisoner with a mattock in her hand in the act of breaking open a window. Two spars had already been removed, and a third was loose. Witness charged the prisoner with breaking the window, when she denied it, and said a boy living in Lawrenny Wood had done it. Witness used the cellar for storing beer and spirits.—A little girl named Fanny Bowen, neice of the prosecutrix, deposed that the prisoner asked her on Sunday afternoon in question if her aunt had gone to Tedeon Farm, and witness replied in the -tffiriiiative.-The jury, without leaving the box, returned a verdict of guilty, but on account of the time prisoner had already been in gaol (viz, seven weeks) recommended her to mercy.Tlie Chair- man sentenced the prisoner to a fortnight's hard labour, and said he hoped this would be a warning to her, and that in the future she would endeavour to lead a better life.
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IMPORTANT SALE OF FREEHOLD PROPERTY. Mr John Francis, auctioneer, Carmarthen, held a highly important and largely attended sale last Saturday, at the Ivy Bush Royal Hotel, on the outlying portions of the valuable estate of the late General Wemyss, comprising freehold properties in the parishes of Llanfihangel-ar-arth, Penboyr and Cilrhedyn, the borough of Kidwelly, and the town of Carmarthen. The bidding on some of the lots, which numbered 68, was brisk, and the prices realised on the whole, were very good. The vendor's (Captain Walter Wemyss, Aberystwyth) solicitor was Mr Wm. Hughes Jones, of the same place. The following are the several lots, with the names of the buyers, &c. :— PARISH OF LLANFIHANGEL-AR-AKTH. Lot 1. Freehold farm, Cross Inn-fawr, com- prising 64a. Or. 6p. and large dwelling-house with outbuildings, started at .£900, and knocked down to Mr Jones, Tyssil Castle, Llandyssil, for £ 1,100. Lot 2. The farm, Cross Inn Fach, part of Cwrt-y-Gollen, comprising 122a. 2r. 30p with very fine plantation of larch and oak, bought by Mr Jones, Glancorwg, Llanpurapsaint, for < £ 1,600. Lot 3. The farm, Bwlchnewydd, situate ad- joining lot 1, comprising 38a. 2r. 4p., sold to Mr Thomas Jones, the present tenant, for .£500. Lot 4. Four fields or closes of accommodation land, part of the farms of Cross Inn Fawr and Cwrt-y-Gollen, containing 6a. 2r. 4p., were secured by Rev J. T. Hughes, Llanfihangel-ar-Arth, for .£250. Lot 5. Valuable freehold field of accom- modation land, known as Caedanyffordd and Waun, adjoining lot 1, containing 4a. Or. 12p., bought by Mr Ptighe Davies, Carmarthen, for .£300. Lot 6.—Plot of building ground, part of field held with Cwrt-y-Gollen, having a frontage of 141 feet to the main road, sold to Mr Samuel Evans, Lampeter, for £ 30. Lot 7.—The dwelling house and premises, Cwrt- y-Gollen, with smith's forge and building site ad- joining, containing 13,328 square feet, knocked down at EIOO to Rev J. T. Hughes, Llanfihangel- ar-Arth. Lots 8 to 15 (inclusive). Plots of building ground, adjoining each other and lot 7, were sold at an average of .£25 each to neighbouring gentlemen and farmers. Lot 16.—Three fields or closes of land, known as Clyubach Allotment, near the farms of E-gairgarn and Brynrhydgoch, containing 12a. 3r. 10p., bought by Mr W. Morgan Griffiths, solicitor, Car- marthen, for £ 85. Lot 17. — A yearly grant or rent-charge of .£31 13s on premises, held by the M. and M. Railway. Bidding started at £ 200, but was withdrawn at £ 650. BOROUGH OF KIDWELLY. Lot IS.-Field of accommodation land, known as Cae-shon-hal-issa, close to the Quay. containing 4a. 2r. 31p., sold to Mr D. Griffiths, Kidwelly, for .£330, who -,il.,o bought lot 11), three fluids, situate near h.t 18, containing 8a. 3r. 5p., for .£360. L )t 20.—Caebach Stockwell, coutaiuing Ia. Or. 23i)., kriocke I donva to Mr D. Hugh, Kidwelly, for Lots 21 to 39 (inclusive).—Plots of building ground, part of one of the Holloway Farm fields, put in one lot, and sold to Mr John Walters, Kidwelly, for .£150. PARISH OF PENBOYR. Lot 40. The farm, Penllwyn-coch-fawr, with dw.lling-hoiise and fann building0, containing 141a. lr., and £ 60 worth of timber, bought l>y Mr Jones, C^tfee Tavern, Carmarthen, for £ 2,080. Lot 41. — Danygiibbin Factory, together with 2a. 2r :i" of land, knocked dowu to Mr Rowland Brow no, solicitor. Carmarthen, for £ 400. Lot 41a.— Two fields, situate near lot 41, suitable for building sites, containing 2a. lr. 28p., knocked down to Mr Jonah Davies, Carmarthen, for £ 160. PARISHES OF PENBOYR AND CILRHEDYN. Lot 42.—Two closes of land, known as Godre- ffoes-gelen (formerly a common allotment), con- taining 15a. 3r. 10p., knocked down to Mr Brunei White, solicitor, Carmarthen, for .£55, THE TOWN OF CARMARTHEN. Lot 43.—The freehold dwelling-house and shop, NOE. 17 and 18, Chapel street, bought by Mr George Rogers, the present tenant, for .£430. Lot 14.-No. 19, Chapel-street, bought by the tenant, Mr John Lewis, for £ 165. Lot 45.—No. 20, Chapel-street, bought for X140 by Mr Jones, builder, Carmarthen. Lot 46.—Six small dwelling-houses in Jackson's Lane, passed to Mr Winter, Carmarthen, for JE200. Lot 47.—No. 3, Catherine-street, withdrawn at .£180. Lot 48.—Garden, situate between Nos. 8 and 10, St. Catherine street, containing about 4,896 square feet, sold to the tenant, Mr Thomas Morris, for .£205. Lotfll 48 to 68 (inclusive).—Two large gardens and premises, situate in Pentrepoth, divided into lots, but by request put up in one lot, started at £ 250, and sold to Mr Bowen, Granby, Carmarthen, for .£500.
CARMARTHEN BOROUGH POLICE COURT. MONDAY.—Before the Mayor (T. Davies), Messrs C. W. Jones and John Morris. ASSAULTING A CONSTABLE. James Williams, Liverpool, sailor, was charged with being drunk, disorderly, and assaulting the police on Saturday last. P.C. T. Rees said that at 8 o'clock on Saturday evening he saw defendant in Guildhall-square. He was drunk at the time, and in a fighting attitude; he also kicked a man who was passing at the time. He was taken into custody, but by Merlia's-lane be turned round to witness, saying he would not be taken single-handed, and struck him on the head several times. Civilians came to his assistance, and he was locked up. £ 1 2s 6d wa found on him. Defendant admitted the offence, and expressed regret at what he bad done. He had only broken up from the Pembrokeshire Militia on Friday, and was on his way to Llandyssil for Aberystwyth, where his wife was awaiting him. The Bench took a lenient view of his case, and only fined him 5s and costs. A PAUPER LUNATIC'S MONEY. Mr Rowland Browne, sclicitor, made an applica- tion on behalf of the guardians of the Carmarthen Union for an order that a sum of money now at Messrs Wilkins & Co's Bank, in the name of Letitia Williams, Nantdwfwn, Llanfihangel Abercowin, at present a lunatic at the Asylum and chargeable on the Union, be paid to them for her maintenance. He said that she was taken to the Asylum on 3rd Match, 18S8, as a private patient, and up to last September her friends and mother had paid for her, but had since refused, and she had become charge- able on the Union. He applied for an order for all the money in the bank to be paid to the guardians for her maintenance. A deposit note for £ 78 was produced. There was JE14 5s 4d already due to the guardians, who would be responsible for the money not expended should the pauper die before the money had been expended. The Bench did not think it proper to make an order for the whole amount, and, with the consent of Mr Browne, an order for one year's maintenance and the money already due was made, amounting in all to .£34 15s 4d. William Davies, Johnstown, weaver, was ordered to pay Is 6d a week towards his father, who was then chargeable to the Union,
IMPORTANT TO BACKERS OF HORSES.-Every sportsman should send for List of Prices to R. WILKINSON, Turf Commission Agent, 14, ST. JOHN'S-SQUARE, CARDIFF. Post-free on receipt of address. Starting Prices on all Races. Telegraphic Address-" Mazurka," Cardiff. LADIES are good judges of tea, and Avill have the best, as shown by their preferring for the past GO years Horniman's Pure Tea. In consequence of the reduction in duty, Horniman's tea is now FOUR- PENCE PER POUND CHEAPER, bringing the Best Tea on Earth" within the reach of all. Every packet is re-labelled, showing the reduction. The distinctive popularity of Horniman's Tea arises from their importing The best only from India, China, and Ceylon, and supplying it in packets direct to the consumer "Always Good Alike at the lowest London prices. Great strength, fine flavour, and best value is seeured by purchasers of U Horniman's Pure Tea." List of Agents in the districts :—Carmarthen, E. J. Wrilliams, Chemist, 7, Guildhall-square; R. A. Holding and Co., 19, Queen-street; and J. B. ichards, Druggist, 16, Lammas-street. Llanelly,Rees, Bookseller. Llan- dilo, Lewis, Compton House. Swanseu, Evans, Chemist; Jones, Chemist; Parlby, Chemist. Kid- welly, David, Tea Dealer. Pembroke Dock, Tucker, Commercial-row. Merthyr, Stephens, Chemist, High-street. Burry Port, Badger, Sta- tioner.
HOME AND FOREIGN NEWS. It is announced that nearly 100 candidates have entered their names for scholarships to bo competed for in July at the Boyal Holloway College, Egham. Mr Parnell was entertained at a banquet at the Westminster Palace Hotel on Saturday evening by the Irish Parliamentary party, in celebration of his 44th birthday. Mr W. Crawford, Gladstonian M.P. for Mid- Durham, died on Monday morning. The deceased was secretary to the Durham Miners' Association and of the Miners' National Union. A storm of thunder and lightning of extraordi. nary violence has occurred at Vancebnrg, Ken- tucky. During its progress a man and his wife and son were struck by lightning and instantly killed. The attendance at the Plymouth Show was good for a meeting in the South-West of England, but it fell considerably below that of any one of the four previous Exhibitions. A riot occurred at the Leeds Gasworks on Tues- day morning owing to the police conveying new hands into the works. Two hundred police fought with a huge mob of locked-out men and friends. The new hands ultimately abandoned work and came out. Professor Walton, the American professional back swimmer, is staying at Folkestone for the pur- pose of getting into training with a view to at- tempting the feat of swimming across the Chaunel between Folkestone and Boulogne, a distance of about 28 miles. 0 It is stated that the country which it is pro- posed to open up to trade in Africa, as described by Mr Stanley, consists of 26,900 square miles of sweet water, and possessing about 1,200 miles of fertile and populous shores, inhabited by 12,000,000 people. A three hours' drive with a snake was (according to the Graphic) taken recently by a lady in Ceylon. On getting out of her carriage she moved the cushion to find somethiug which had slipped down, and to her horror discovered a huge cobra coiled op underneath. Had not the creature been in a semi- torpid condition she could not have escaped alive. At Highgate Petty Sessions on Monday Mr Price, the solicitor of Cardiff who is on remand for neglecting to pay arrears of maintenance fees to his wife, was further remauded for a wnek to allow an arrangement to be completed by .which Mrs Price will be able to get an adequate allowance from the defendant's trustee. The second race between William O'Connor, American champion sculler, and James Stanbury, of Now S)uth Wales, arranged in consequence of O'Connor claiming a foul in last Monday's match, took place ou Monday on the Paramatta River, O'Connor led for three-quarters of a mile, when Stanbury drew up level, and finished eight lengths ahead. As illustrating the large number of applicants for clerical positions of all sorts in the Colonies, it is noteworthy that no fewer than 134 applications were received by the South Melbourne City Council for the position of office assistant, at a salary of £ 100 a year. A deserter, who has arrived on the frontier, states that the Khalifa, hearing that the Egyptians purposed advancing to Dongola, has instructed the Emir of Darfour to collect five thousand men and to advance to U rber. Another force is to be sent to Omdurman. The Khalifa has promised to pro- vide arms and ammunition and rations. A Parliamentary return is issued showing the number of public-houses that have a certificate from licensing justices, but whose owners in respect to whom the certificates have been granted have not applied to the Excise for an Excise license. The numbers are—England 354, Scotland 8, and Ireland 30. Major Panitza was shot on Saturday morning in the military oairp. u-ar Sofia. Major Markoff, the Public Pi •oseouu i, aud all the troops in camp were present. The Major himself tie! the bandage round his eyes, and just before tho order to fire was given cried Long live Bulgaria." He was killed on the spot by a volley from twenty-one soldiers. An extraordinary wedding has just taken place in West Virginia. The bridegroom had celebrated his 101st birthday, and the bride had reached the respectable age of 83; the gentleman who led this bride to the altar was 81. The only bridesmaid was comparatively youthful, being only 75 years of age —26 years younger than the bridegroom. One of the most serious fires which have taken place for years at Swansea broke out at the Swan- sea Joinery Company's establishment in the Upper Strand early on Tuesday morning. The sheds were burned down, and much damage was also done to the house of Mr James Thorne, haulier, and to his carts, &c. The damage is estimated at XI,OOC). The investigations of the accountants into the affairs of the Union Bnildiug Society, Belfast, show that the defalcations amount to about £ 30,000. Glen, the late secretary, whose warehouse in Cor- poration-street is of almost colossal dimensions, has been liberated on 410,000 bail until Saturday. when the case will be fully gone into. A meeting of shareholders will be held, when the society a affairs will be fully explained, and a decision arrived at as to its future policy. On Sunday afternoon Mr Piney Reade, aged 20, eldest son of Mr Henry Lister Keade, magistrate for Congleton and deputy.clerk of assizes for the North Wales and Chester Circuit, was drowned in Bonley Reservoir, a few miles from Congleton, while bathing with several companions. The deceased was seized with cramp, and sank before assistance could reach him. He was a lieutenant in the 5th Cheshire Rifle Volunteers. Justices Denman and Charles on Monday had before them the case of Beale v. Labouchere, being an application to commit Mr Arthur Labouchere, of Hooton Levitt Hall, near Sheffield, for contempt of court in having set a pack of hounds at a solicitor's clerk named Beale, who went to serve a writ upon him. Beale escaped from the hounds, but injured his back in doing so and had since suffered from sleeplessness and nervousness.—At the conclusion of the case their lordships sai 1 it did not appear that defendant intended any serious misohief to Mr Beale, but it was clear he had committed a con- tempt. He would be fined X100 and costs. A circular is being sent out calling a meeting of the Cardiff infirmary committee for Tuesday, 8th July, with the view of considering the purchase of the old infirmary buildings by and for the Uni- versity College of South Wales and Monmouthshire. The governors of the itifirmii-y will be asked to approve of a lease of the college premises to the council of the college at a rent of L400 a year for 21 years, terminable at their option in seven or fourteen years, with option to purchase at £ 13,000. Women are emancipating themselves at a fast pace in the University of London. At the M.A. examination in classics there were fifteen candi- dates, eleven young gentlemen and four young ladies. Twelve have passed, including all the young ladies. Then three of the young ladies, Miss Violet Selby, Miss Edith L. Johns, and Miss Mariau Sherratt, have taken the first, second, and third places respectively. Nor is this all, for two of the young men have had to consider themselves lucky —and happy—in being bracketed with Miss Mary Pearson in the fifth place. If the worker half are going to be smitten at this rate the pro- phecy of Mr Havelock Ellis, that women shall rule the State, must be approaching its fulfilment. A great Conservative and Unionist demonstra- tion was held on Saturday at the Crystal Palace. A mass meeting was held in the central transept. The members of the Cabinet present were the Lord Chancellor, Mr Balfour, Mr Goschen, Lord Knut&ford and Mr Stanhope. In j-eply to a vote of confidence in Her Majesty's Ministers, Mr Bal- four contended that the result of the recent agita- tioq which had taken place within the last few weeks in regard to the compensation clauses of the Local Taxation Bill had been to throw back the cause of temperance for twenty years. The opposi- tion to these clauses had not only been factious, but factitious. He did not regard the agitation aa im- portant, and said that while the Government were accused of mismanaging Parliamentary business, so they were never accused of mismanag- ing the business of the empire. He claimed that the Government, during their period of office, had carried out all the promises upon which they had been returned. Mr Chaplin, as president of the Boayd of Agri- culture, on Monday received a deputation from the Yorkshire College, Leeds, on the subject of agri- cultural education.—The Marquess of Ripon," in introducing the deputation, asked the Govern- ment to grant ,£4,00 annually for the payment of a professor of agriculture in the college.—Other gentlemen having spoken, Mr Chaplin, replying, said that there was no work in connection with his department which excited such an amount of public interest as agri- cultural education. Its promotion by tate aid was a new experience, and they must proceed cautiously. More had been done by private enter- prise in this country than in any other to carry it out. He could not give them a definite answer immediately, the department having received several applications, and as the funds at his dis- posal were limited, he must consider the question as a whole before giving a decision. The deputa- tion then withdrew.
TRADE REPORT. We have little change to report in tbo metal trades since last week; all kinds of iron and stee 1 remain much as before, only tin shows a weaker tone, and copper is not quite so firm as it was. If anything pig iron is somewhat stronger, but it is very difficult to say how far the position is due to better demand, aud how far to the rigs of metal brokers. The only way in which many of these gentlemen can live at present is by arranging periodical rises and falls of about a shilling per ton from one week to another, and by extracting the differences out of the pockets of the British public and transferring them to their own. The gambling in pig iron, to which we have frequently alluded in these columns, has of late attracted the serious attention of the iron trade, and the matter has been taken up by the British Iron Trade Asso- ciation. A special committee was appointed, con- sisting of Mr Ainslie, M.P., Mr Isaac Wilson, M.P., and Mr Hingley, M.P., and they have recommended the Associatiion to get a Bill introduced in the present session of Parliament requiring that the numbers of all warrants included in any transac- tion sball he explicitly stated in order to prevent dealings in fictitious warrants. It is understood that this proposal has been brought to the notice of the Attorney General, and has met with hia approval. It is generally supposed that the pro- verbial coach and four can be driven through every Act of Parliament, and we cannot suppose that this Bill, provided it became law, could escape altogether; but if it were known that no contract would be binding, unless it contained the numbers of warrants actually in existence, and registered by a responsible body, we believe that the amount of gambling, such as existed during the end of 1889 and the beginning of 1890, would be greatly diminished. Hematite pig iron is now worth 52s, Scotch nio- iron 45s 9d, and Middlesborough 43s, all for war- rants. What gives ground for the belief that these prices, which are slightly better than last week's, are to a certain eitent genuine, is that this little advance has taken place in the face of an increased Bank rate, which is this week 4 per cent, as against 3 per cent, previously. ° Tin, which had gone up to nearly £97, more in consequence of speculation than of increased con- sumption, has fallen to £93 5d. Copper has, no doubt, been iufluenced in the same way, and a good deal of metal has changed hands, and it seems difficult to believe that the price can maintain its present high level for any length of time. ° 1 inplatcs are not brisk, and it is hardly possible for makers to get cost price. The reports from Liverpool say the market is very quiet and inquiries anything but numerous. Great uncertainty prevails about the American tariff, and transactions are confined to the absolute requirements of consumers. CARDIFF.—The trade of the port continues brisk in spite of several shipowners laying up their steamers. The coal exports of the port for the past week amounted to the large total of 270,000 tons. The coal masters of South Wales are giving six months' rotice on the 1st of July to terminate the sliding scale agreement on account of the difficulty experienced in getting the colliers to comply with the conditions of the agreement. The trade of the Bute Docks for the past week was as follows :-Coal, coke, and patent fuel shipments, 166,621 tons; exports, other coal, coke, and fuel, 4,831 tons imports, 25,484 tons. The arrivals were 72 steamers, of 53,777 tons register, and 58 sailing ships, of 10,353 tons register. The vessels in dock are 51 steamers, of 81,011 tons register, and 97 sailing ships, of 48,824 tons register. The irou trade of this district is in a more satisfactory condition, and prices are firmer and a trifle higher on the week. Makers' iron is now able to compete with warrants, and the reduction in the cost of ores and coke enables manufacturers to make both ends meet or nearly so. Hematite pig iron is selling at 56s. per ton; less 2 per cent. delivered at South Wales ports. Tinplates are held for more re- munerative prices, offers, on a basis of 13s. 3d. per box for 14 by 20's, being as a rule declined by sellers. Spjlter continues very firm at £ 23 to £ 23 10s., and the demand for copper shows also an improvement. The condition of the coal and other kindred industries is unimproved to-day The quotations at the close of the market to-day wero aa follows Best qualities, 14s. 6d. to 15s.; good dry coals, 13s. Gd. to 13. 9d.; and Monmouthshire, 12s. 9d. to 13s. 6d. Small stealn was very plentiful, prices ranging from 7s. 9J. to Ss. 3d., according to quality. House coals had also a downward tendency. No. 3 Rhondda was moderately firm at 14s. No. 2 was selling at 12s. to 12s. 3d., and through coals at 10s. 3d. to 10s. 6d. The patent. fuel market was easier, but liominallv the- quotations remained at 14s. 3d. to lis. 6d. per ton. Foundry coke weak, at 21s., and furnace, at 19s. per ton. The improvement in the pitwood prices was. not only maintained, but some of the larger importers were demanding higher figures, and 11 at the close of the market very little wood was obtain- able under 17s. 6d. In the outward freight market steam chartering was moderately active. SWANSEA.—The trade of the port in the past week may be said to have only partially recovered from the effects of the late strike. A comparison with the same week of last year, when, however trade was exceptionally brisk, shows a considerably decrease, chiefly in the import branch. The ship- ments of tinplates, &c., have been remarkably heavy, aud the fixtures of vessels to load next week- make it certain that trade in this department will be maintained at high pressure for some time. The imports amount to 9,321 tons, and flip exports to 40,011 tons total trade 19,332 tons compared with 36.713 tons in the previous week and 64,807 tons in the corresponding week of last year. The ship- ments of coal were 24,156 tons The shipments of tinplate amount to !)8,56.<; boxes, and the receipts from works to 78,740 boxes; stocks in dock ware- houses and vans this day stand at 179,054 boxes, compared with 198,882 boxes at the corresponding date of last year. For the present short date contracts only can be negotiated until some definite conclusion is come to in regard to the American Tariff Bill. In New York prices ar.- steady, and even tending upwards. Copper continues very steady aud large quantities have changed hands, and stocks are declining* rapidly Spelter is still strong, and the Continental demand is large.
COMMERCIAL FAILURES. According to Koups Mercantile ('+<) number of Fail,,™ in W,ios gazetted during the four wc^Va ending S ifm l Juno 28th, waa 32*. Th„ ponding four weeks of last year was 312, ahowiii" datenCofe2470 ° decre;lsu til were 9^ failures, there vvere 2oG Deeds of Arrangement filed at the Bills ot Sale Office during the same four weeks. The number hied in the corresponding four weeks of last year was 4a2t showing an increase of 4 hein" a nett docrease in 1890, to date, of :30. ° ^le published in En land and Wales for the four weeks endin^ Saturday, June 28th, was 663. The number in the corresponding four weeks of last year wa. 7 43, showing a decrease of 60, being a nett. decrease in 1890, to date, of 637. ° The number published in Ireland for the same four weeks was 23. The number in the corres- ponding four weeks of last year was 42, showing T t|eciea«« of 1.), being a nett decrease in 1890, to tlate, of 74.
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