I Y GOLOFN GYMREIG. » Poh Gohebiaetkau i'w danfon i'r Swyddfa. YSGRIF A DDARFARWYD ER DATHLU f COFFADWRIAETH YR EKWOG DEWI SAST, Ar y cyntaf o Fawrtb, 1886, mewn Cyfarfod Adloniadol yn Mhontypridd. Dewi Sant, yr enweaf e'r Seintiau Cymreig, a flodeuodd yn y fled ganrif, ha y dywed ereill mai yu y 5ed i^aniii y blodeuodd; ond yn mben canotdd o itjnyddau wedi yr amser y blodeuodd glutat, yr ydym yn cael iddo gael ei gaaoneiddio gan y Pab Oalixtus II, tua'r flwyddyn 1120; a oaetb Tvt-di byiiy i gael ei ystyried yn Sant Gwarchtidiol Cyniry, a'r genineu, fel ti arwydd, i gael ei gwisgo ur ei ddydd gwyl, sef y laf o lawith. Ymddengys i Dewi ddytcd i fri yn ddisyujwth yn yr uDflod ganrif ar-ddeg fel amryw seintiau eiciU, a pharbau i redeg yn glod- forus hyd ddivredd y iivuitlu'gftd gamil; canys yn y cyfnod yna, y&grifeiiwyd cymaint a phedwar bywgralfiad iddo, a hyEy gan brif ysgrifenwyr eu boes, y rbai ni chaniata amser i'w heiiwi yn y fan hon. Nid oes dia. yii Mucbedd Dewi" nad yw i'w gael mtwn cyflawnder yn Mucbeddau yr boll Seintiau Cymreig, ord yn unig ei fod ef yn cael ei oscd allan yn avchesgob boll Brydain, acyn llawer belaetbaeh ei ddoriau na'i boll frodyr, er gwrth- ladd beresi Morgan, a dwyn yn iiilaen yr achos Cxistionogol mewn rhwyag a mawredd dyladwy. Mae bucheddau neu gymeriadau llawer o'r ben Seintiau Cymreig wedi cael eu ciuglwytho a phob math o chwedlau 6wylltion ac aubygoel-felly mae llawer o cbwedlau wedi cael eu llefaru mewn cysylltiad a cbymeriad yr envrog Dewi Sant, a byny gan rai o'i Seintiau Pabyddol, er rboddi bri ar y Seintiau Cymreig, mewn trefn i agoshau y cysylltiad a fodola'rt wug yr Eglwys Pryteinig. ag Eglwys Rhufain, a d'wedyd wrth y Cymru, "0 Gymru wele eich seintiau cliwi," a hyny mewn trefn er ceisio denu y Cymru i gofleidio yr eglwys Babyddol. «• 'Yr ydyin yn cael yn n-lyn a bates Dewi Sant iddo gael ei wneyd mewn eyruanfa gyffredinol yn arcbesgob Ty Ddewi, yn lie Dyfrig, ac ymneill- duodd Dyfrig .i ynys Enllt; a symudwyd yr arcbesgobueth y pryd hwn o Gaerlleon-ar-Wysg, i Dy Dewi; ac yr ydym yn cael iddogynalcymanfa fawr yn mLen blynyddau ar ol byn, yr hoB a elwir Cymanfa. y Fuddugoliaeth," er rhoddi terfyn bythol ar beresi Morgan; dywedir befyd i Dewi trwy gydsyniad awduidodau Rbutain, iddo ysgrifenu rbeolau ac urddau eglwysig ag oeddynt i 'lywodraetbu beU eglwysi Prydaic, y rbai a ysgrifenodd Dewi oil a'i law ei hun, wedi hyny daeth awr ei ymddatcdiad i fynu, ac ar calan Mawrtb, cymerodd lesu Grist a'i angylion ef i fynu i'r Baradwys fry. Dvwedir mai enw tad Dewi Santj'uocdd feandde ab CVredig ab CyBedda ac er mwyn rhocdi digon o fri arno, olrbeicid ef yn ol gan y Seintiau Pabyddol i Eurddolen, fao chwaer Mair. mam lesu Grist." Ei fam ydoedd leian sarctaidd, o r enw Non, merch Gynyr o Gaer Gaweh; ac er rcwyn rhoddi digon o fri arno o'r ochr hon etc, dywedir fod Gynyr yn briod ag Anna, enwaer y brenin Arthur ac felly yr oedd Dewi yn fab i nith y brenin. Derbynicdd Dewi ei addysg yn Henllwyn, ac yno dywedir i'w gvd-ddysgyblion weled colomen gylfin aur yn chwaren o a/ugylch ei enau, ac yn ei ddysgu, ganu iddo emynau Duw wedi byny dywedir iddo fod dan addy?g athraw o'r enw Paulinua, di?gybl i Gaimon Sant, Hefyd yr oedd pawb a pbob peth ag oedd mewn cysylltiad a Dewi, yn galln gwneyd cyflawnder o bob math o wyrthiau ac er yr boll fri a geisiai y I Seintiau Pabyddol osod ar Dewi fel y dywed- wyd er byny y mae wedi ei brofiyn rby anbawdd i'r ysgrifenwyr Pabaidd, er ei boll ddoniau i allu llunio banes am dano beb wrth ddweyd eu bunain yn fynycb ac er dangos gwrthyni yr ysgrifenwyr Pabyddol gosodwn i lawr am yr byn a ddywed awdwr galluog arxll am dano: Dewi Sant yr hwn ydoedd addurn a chynllun mawr ei oes. Llefarodd y Sant a'i dafod gyda. llawer o nerth ac egni; end llefarodd esiam?l ei weitb- redoedd da yn fwy grymus fyth na'i athryli h. Ystyrid ef drwy yr holl oesau yn ogoniant yr Eglwys Frydeinig." Parhaodd am lawer o flynyddoedd yn Esgob Ty Dewi. Sylfaenodd befyd yn ei oes amryw eglwysi, a chyfrifir ef yn dad ysbrydol i lawer o Saint. Mae amryw awdwyr o gryn awdurdod. heblaw yr uchod yn profi fod yr ben Sant duwiol yn meddu ar gymeriad pur ac anrhydeddus; cbredwn nad gormod o beth ydyw dathlu coffad- wriaeth Dewi Sant. ar y laf o Fawrth. "Dywedir fod y geninen a wisgir gan y Cymry ar y dydd cyntaf o Fawrth, yn coffa buddugoliaeth Gristionogol o eiddo y Sant ar Babyddiaetb, mewn cymanfa fawr tua diwedd y burned gaBrif, ar wastadedd eang a phrydferth yn sir Aberteifi, yr hwn le a elwiryn bresenol vn Llaaddewi-brefi." Dywedir hefyd fod gwisgiad y genineti yn coffa buddugoliaeth bwysig a enillodd y Cymry ar y Saxoniaid Y Cymry yn ystod y frwydr fawr hon a wis^asant bob o geniuen yneu betiau, i ddynodi eu bod yn perthyn i Urdd Dewi Sant. Dywediad arall ydyw Fod gwisgiad y "geninen yn coffa. brwydo fawr a enillodd y Cymry o dan eu brenin Cadwaladr, sef, brenin diweddaf cenedl y Cymry, yr hon frwydr a ymladdwyd yn agoe i gae mawr yn llawn o genin." Yn awr, Mr Gol, ni a'i gadawn hi yn y fan yna rhag eich blino a meithder. Yr eiddoch yn sercbog fel arfer: B. GWTIJflTLIi HUGHBS.
= —— EITEAORDDiABY CAB ACCIDENT AT MERTHYR A curious accident, nearly involving loss of bfe, occurred at Mertbyr early on Thoisday morning. At the close of the oalico ball, held at the Drill- hall, Mr Edwards, cab proprietor, drove some mem- bers of Mr H. Hansard's family home in a landau, to which two horses were attached. As he was earning back over the Cyfarthfa railway crossing in the Aberdare road an engine travelling from the direction of Ynysfach ran into the body of the vehiele, and shattered it to splinters. Mr Edwards was precipitated to the ground, and in the fall be severely injured his left leg. Immediately the collision took place the engine was reversed and drawn back, and the carriage, into which one cf the buffers waa firmly wedged, and the horses were dragged a distance of about fifteen yards. Then the traces snapped, and the animals got free without having sustained any very serious hurt. The Undau was worth £ 80. The driver did not I observe the locomotive uøbil he reached the line, HAD, according to bis account, no whistle was given tiE a warning ef its approach. There are no gales at the crossing.
Rbondda Police intelligence.- MONDAV.—Before Mr Ignatius W lliams, Stipe. diary Magistrate, and Mr John Davies, Bryn- fedwen. DRUNK AT FEBNTJALE.—Arthur Reynolds and Lewis Lewis wore charged by P Llewelyn with being drunk and fighting at a quarter past eleven on the 24th instant. Fined 10a each.—James McKenzie was charged with being drunk and rietous at 7.30 p.m. on the 26th ult., and acting in an indecent manner. Oa being acked for his address he said, I live in hell." At a little past 8 o'clock be was again found lying on the road, and at 9 o'clock the constable (Llewelyn) | was called to turn him out of the Maxwell public- house. Defendant, who denied all the charges, is a pensioner. Fined 5s.—David Ishmael and Morgan Jones were charged with being drunk on the 21th ult. at 11 o'clock. Ishmaei had been ii^ktiug in a publio- house and same out without his hat. Joues came out and ordered him not to gn away at the constable's orders. Ishmael fined 10-i, Jones 15s.—William Jones, j charged with ht-ing drunk at 7.40 p.m. OIl the 27th of last month and cursing and swearing. He gave a wrong name. Fined 10s. DBUNK.—Patrick Egaii was charged by P.O. Hur- ford with being drunk on Sunday, 2,sLh ult., in the street. He ran atter some saiall girls, using bad lan- guage to them. He wanted to take off his coat le fight but his landlord prevented him.—Fined 15a and r) costs. DUUNE AT LLw \xPiA.—Pbillip Bevan and Benjamin Bevan charged by P.C. Markham with being drank. Last Monday evening he saw defendants outside the Pandy Inn very drunk, abusive, and wanting to fight. Phillip Beavan fined 15s and Benjamin 10s. 9 DRUNK AT MAKDY.—Edward Lewis was charged with this offence. P.C. Williams proved the case.- Fined 10s.-Samuel Phillips was charged by Sergeant I Llewelyn with being drunk at 4 o'clock on the 1st instant, and refusing ta quit. Fined 10s. SURETIES AT DINAS.—Joseph Brittain was sum- moned to show cause why he should not be bound over to keep the peace. Ann Ellen Meredith said en the 22nd ot last month defendant came to her house and said he did not care a d-- for any of them, and said he would kill them all. Defendant's brother had been lodging with her mother. She had lent him 3 pounds of bread which had not been returned but which he said had been returned. He tried to strike complainant. Defendant denied having at- tempted to strike either of them. He only went to pay what was due and paid Is 6d too much.—Ann Booth, stepmother of witness, said defendant came to her house in the morning and asked for his shirt which she gave to him. He came again in the after- noon and then a dispute arose abont whether all that was due had been paid. He threatened to kill them all, and went into the front room and said he would smash everything there. His sister in law came and took him away.—Mary Evans said a fortnight to day she went into Mrs Booth's house and defendant was there. Mrs Booth was outside. Defendant's sister- in-law had hold of him and was trying to put him out. —Defendant called Emily Brittain (sister-in-law to defendact) who said defendant went for his things and Mrs Booth said to him Get out of the house you blackguard." Defendant did not make any row or use any threats.—Mary Ann Wiltshire glive similar evidence.—Bound over in t5 to keep the peace for six months. THEFT AT TREHERBERT. — Charlotte Hughea, Thomas Hughes, and William Peters, were charged with stealing coal at the Rhondda Merthyr Colliery. —P.C. Bryan said about 4.30 p a;, on tl;e 5th instant, he saw Thomas Hughes on the uoiler o; a wagon at the colliery throwing down coal from off the wagon. He came dowr. afterwards, roli i the i-oal to a wall close by. and his sister was there receiving it. Peters was there witn them. The COlt; w as taken to Peters' house, and two lumps were carried from there to Hugbes' house. The whole of the coal weighed 85 lbs. The girl sells coal.-Charlotte and Thomas Hughes fined 10s. Peters adioataed, as the mother said he was'ill. THEFT AT PORTU.—Thomas Kidney was charged with stealing candlesticks. Mr Rhys for the defence. -Ruth Bence, servant at the Carpenter's Arms, Porth, kept by Mr Thomaa Rogers, said she saw de- fendant several times at the Inn on the 1st of March. He was in the tap-room and the bar. In the tap- room, on the mantlepiece, there were six brass candlesticks. They were safe there between 8 and 9 o'clock that night. The candlesticks produced are three of those which were lost. The other lost one was a little burnt. The two left are a smaller pair. The value of trie four is 8s. When P.C. Davies brought the three she at once identified them.-Mn Isaacp, pawnbroker, said defendant came to her shop and asked her to give him 2s on four brass candle- sticks which he had. She told him it was too late and she did not believe they were his. He said My mother sent me te pledge them. She told her girl to fetch a policeman. As the girl was going defen- dant ran away up Hannah Street taking the candle- sticks with him. She did not have them in her hand. Defendant was drunk at the time. Elizabeth J. Thomas, servant to Mrs Isaacs, said she saw defen- dant at the Ehop door last Monday week. She refused to take the candlesticks because her master was out. She left the door and her mistress went there. She went for a policeman. When she re- turned with p. policeman defendant was gone.- Sergeant Davies said he arrested prisoner at his lodgings, Ynyshir, on Tuesday evening. On being charged with the theft he said he knew nothing about it. The three candlesticks were handed to him (witness) by Edward Francis, 21, Taff Street, Porth, who said he found them on the side of the road in Hannah Street, near the pawnshop, that morning. -For the defence Frederick Hern was called, who said he was in the Carpenter's Arms on the night in question, and saw the defendant leave the bar a little before 10 o'clock. He had nothing in his hand. -Case adjourned.
DESTRUCTIVE FIRE AT PEMGRMG. FIVE HORSES KILLED. At half-past three o'clock on Saturday morning a destructive fire took place ia a stable belonging to Mr S. Lorie, at Penygraig. The proprietor lives at Pontypridd, and the fire was discovered by James Wheeler, a man in Mr Lorie's employ, but when he inspected the place be found that five valuable horses had been burnt to cinders- The stable iB situated near the Great Western Railway goods shed, and in close proximity to some dwel- lmg-houses, but, fortunately, no damage was done to any other building than the stable, which was completely gutted. It is stated that a person Darned William Bewen, who lives near, was awakened by the lurid light of the flames.
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They are Wonderfully efficacious in all ailments incidental to Females of all ages and. as a GENERAL FAMILY MEDICINE, are unsurpassed. r n j II I W Its Searohing-aud-Pealing Properties arc known throughout the World. For the cui £ of BAD LEGS, Bad Breasts, Old Wounds, Sores and Ulcers, .t is an infallible remedy. If effectually rubbed oc the neck and chest, as salt into meat, it Cures SO RE THROAT, Bronchitis. Coughs, Colds, and even ASTHMA. For Glandular Swellings, Abscesses., Piles, Fistulas, Gout, Rheumatism, and every kind of SKIN DISEASE, it has never been known to faiL Sold at Professor HOLLOW AY'S Establishment, 78, New Oxford St. (*ate 533, Oxford St.) London; also by nearly every respectable Vendor of Medicine throughout the Civilised We.id, in Boxes and Pots, at is. lid., 2s. 9d.. 4s. 6d., us., 2i's. and 33s. each. Fwii printed directions are affixed to eacn Pot and Box, and can rjc ?md in any language., S B.—Advice Gratis, at the above address, daily, between the hoars of 11 and 4, or by letter. BUY ONLY ENS LIS M WATCHES. BBNION'S SW PARENT Nb. 4658.) LUDGATE" WATCH Has obtained the BIGEISr AWA.. OF A G-OLD 3VEE33-A.L AT THB Inventions Exhibition, 1885 SXX.V8K. GOLD 2S. Fiie 'Luxate' Walen is a buyer English Lever Of my Best London Make with Special Sfcreagifc," IflREErQUARrfffo PLATE MOVEMENT. J»'ivvlied throughout in Rubies.. True Chronometer Balance, Adjusted for Extremes, With Damp and Dust Proof Patent King Band and Extended Ham-l. Massive Sterling Silver Dome Gases, With CRYSTAL GLASS Front, Which combines the Strength of the Huntei with the convenience of the Opftn Face Watch, Winds, Sets Sands and Opens at Back. The Immense superiority in Value, Accuracy and Durability of the "Lodgate" Watch, to Swis? md Ameocam (mode il Imitation of and sold:" English 1, aad to the Old FVA-Plate English Levei (still sold ty other makers), from the grea: defects of 1Iibioh th« Ludgate is exewpt,-H proved toy the Aivd of a COLD MaOAL, Bhi atif »"» adjudged to English Watches. The Ladgate is of Better Quality and Value rhan angr jSM Wateh hitherto made. Pbe," Lndgate H is my Beat London Make. Strong, HajMtaome acd EeRabte. Will stand the hardest Wear and roughest usage And is, therefore, the Best Watch For Hornet ladian and Colonial Wear, by Railway Men, Minen and Colonists (No. 1.. Larg* Size) Wockeaen and Aztwans (No. 2, as Sketch) Gentlemen, Officets and Men in H.M. SeriitM, iroutb and Boys' (No. 3. Small) Will be sent Fiee and Safe at my Risk To all parte of the World for j66 58.. O ;n 18-CARAT GOLD Crystal Glass Cases S '1 WE I VE GIJ 1K EA s (No. 3 .vz,-}. a ..jiuu^job oy > 'J. o. 3 a«comp*uy Wi'der. ? EPKOIALLY NOTE that J-W. BKKSOILliJhe orl} Maker of a fJhr«e-QaM'tA1' ?lato Hri^raa W*$eh fo> £ o bi in Siiyor, ox i2s in G^old, that oui Patent W»toh eanndt'be h«d nizong'- or of auy oda^r Wat^hoMkdr La tha iJa} Infringement of the Patebt Rights will be pceceedet against. An iBustoatsd and Priced BOOK, explaining tbl ol this av«r the FolPplai' BogHsh \V)actchQ8 so!9 ?y all other makers, wul b sent PoBtrfree"on application to J. W. BENSON, WATVB3UXBB TO 14M. TBS QUAE#, THE sjspi FACTORY* ln& 85,8OLD64BOkS ^aiSSLW.MoHDON Conseqnent apoa the avrart s| t^e Q$u M»W* the demand^ always j i^Wjaiea to nes#a •itate mora' «xt»nu«* Vkin Don teiffiW Illustrated FampbJwta^ W»tohes nccta £ to £ N$ Sold aad*SiIv«r Jbwellerf ■, OlMlis fiSooM, Chime »nc rarret)^<Eleotro-Pl^e, anu Mttiiftsl Boxes. Free or '^Ln^ASfiScaoiaTIplW.FOBBMBN, SBOftB TARIES OF FB,IBNDiLi.T SOCIBTIBS, AGENTS and others vnfl find tli« £ Inoomes considerabty in creased bv estajjUshfiBf vlofap for the Hew Patent Ladgate WatdhTas i* i* worth from £ 5 to £ 1< nore than any Ei^ush Watch sold, and thecefor* ^eand to supercede all others. Particulars on appli tation. IBI "OCULIHlvX) E SAP. 'Z i r &S NO YOux &ORK KTKtt AM pwlisi na^arin# fr<t« ,>;hd "h —■« ¡.t< M'f r tnUHSH tieiuf Hi *j'.i '««»'»• —.i. i,r>, a.&d k, ,,os p>wi. F. FILIP 0 1 N i HiLTOHMAKBil, ETC., MAKKT STKBBT. PONTTPRIDD,
SAFEGUARDS FORHKALTtt-SaTutary invporta.-n.ee •. Washing at Home. This can be done with ease and economy and the clothes made beautifully sweet, wholesome, lily-white, and fresh as aea breezes' by nsing Hudson's Exfcrtct of Soap, avoiding all risk of contagion with infected clothes at Laundries, or where the washing is put out. No fraying of the clothes as hard rubbing, scrubbing, brushing, or straining is utinecssary. No rotting of the clothes as when bleaching chemicals are used. The Dirt slips away, and wear and tear, labour and fuel are saved. Hudson's Extract of Soap is a pure Dry Soap, in fine powder, rapidly soluble, lathers freely, softena water. A perfect Hard-water Soap. a Cold-water Soap, a Soft-water Soap, a Hot-water Soap. Unrivalled as a purifying agent. Sold Everywhere, in Packets, One Penny and upwards. e