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YR AELWYD GYMREIG.

A CADOXTON WOMAN'S ELOPEMENT.…

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THE WAR.

ST. DAVID'S DAY CELEBRATION.

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ST. DAVID'S DAY CELEBRATION. MEETING OF BARRY WELSHMEN. A meeting of patriotic Welshmen desirous of celebrating the anuiversary of their patron saint in fitting manner on St David's Day was held on A, ge Wednesday evening last at the Windsor Hotel. Messrs J. Reynolds and T. J. Morgan convened the meeting on theii ow n initiative, aud are to be com- mended upon taking such an early step. Mr J. E. Rees, headmaster of the Pupil Teachers' Centre, *<aS vo|, (^ to the ch;ur, and was supported by Messrs J. Lloyd Jones, R. T. Evans, James Davies, Joshua, Davies, J. X). I)avies, and W. M. Davies (South Hate Daily News). It was agreed that prominent Welshmen should be written to inviting them to be present on the occasion, and the follow- ing name8 were suggested :-Mr W. Llewelyn VVill- M-A., B.A.L., Mr 0. M. Edwards, M.A., Mr W. Jones, M.P., Dr Emrys Jones, Man- chester Dr Garrod Thomas, Newport, and Judge Gwilym Williams (Ap Alaw Goch).-Mr J. D. Davies made a suggestion that a Cymroderion or Cynireigyddion Society should be formed for the district, and it was stated that it would be com- petent for the next meeting to discuss this matier, but the celebration dinner should not necessarily be attached to any society, It was thereupon decided to convene another meeting on Wednesday week next, December 13th, when all Welshmen resident in the district are invited to be present. Mr T. J. Morgan was selected secretary of the dinner committee, and that gentleman will send circulars out to a number of people inviting them to attend the mee ing in order to make the cele braiion worthy of Walefl and Welshmen alike. i

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BARRY RAILWAY TRAFFIC RETURNS.

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