PONTARDAWE LICENSING SESSIONS Gratifying Decrease in Drunkenness. THE CHAIRMAN'S COMMENTS The annual Brewster Sessions for the Pontardawe division of the County of Glamorgan took place prior to the ordinary business of the Court at Pontar- dawe on Friday. The proceedings were largely of a purely formal character, and were disposed of in about half an hour. The magistrates on the Bench were Messrs. (i. H. Strick (presiding), Owen Davies, S. Jenkins and J. H. P. Lloyd. The Superintendent (Mr Edwin Letheren) presented his report for the past year, which was of a highly satisfactory charac- ter There were 78 licensed premises in the division, 44 ale house, 24 beer-houses, two beer "off" houses, and eight wina "off" licenses. This showed no variation ON the previous year's report. At present there was an average of 502 persons per licensed house, the population of the dis- trict in January of this year being 39,155. These figures had been arrived at by a house to house visitation. During the year 152 persons had been prosecuted for drunkenness, three dismissed, and 149 convictions registered. This was a de- crease of 39 on the figures of the, previous year. There was only one club in the division, that of the Mond Nickel Works Club at Clydach, which had 470 members, and was well conducted. A list of the applications for new licenses, and for the I confirmation of alterations and additions j to premises which would como before Liu Court that day had bean forwarded him. The Chairman remarked that he thought he would righHy say that in all his long experience of 32 years on the Bench that was the first occasion when they had an absolutely clean sheet so far as con- victions against licejised householders fcr offences on the premises were concerned. for a, period of 12 months. The report revealed a. mast satisfactory state of affairs and showed that the holders of licenses had exercised great care in the carrying out of their duties. The de- crease of about twenty per cent. in the convictions for drunkenness during tii- year, and especially considering the in- crease in the population was very satis- factory. Speaking for himself, and for others also, he looked to the advanco in education and the consequent increase in the self respect of the people as the cause most probable to encourage lit-b"zs of sobrietv. The publicans had l() doubt conducted their businesses ve. y, very well. This was not always an e sy task for them. For instances a rran could put in an appearance at a ho Lic-, perfectly sober so far as the land ord could tell, yet in that state when another glass would render him drunk. Or a regular customer might be served until he had had enough—he thought they all knew what. that meant. Then the man vould go mitside into the air, and would roll about the streets as a result. There was also great difficulty in the regulation of customers who were strangers. He again congratulated the license holders on their record during the year, and urged them to assist in the endeavour to further reduce he convictions. for drunkenness in the future. There were no objections to the existing licenses, all which would be renewed. APPLICATIONS Isaac 1. Mathias, who was represented by Mr Morgan Da.vies,. solicitor, applied for a billiard license" for premises in Gwilym Road, Cwmllynfell. It was stated that the building for the accommodation of the table was nearing completion. The Superintendent stated that there were already two licensee in operation at Cwmllynfell, and he could not approve of another being granted. Mr Davies said it was quite true that there were already two licenses in the village, but the population was over 2,000, and one table was out of order for the time being. He urged that the granting of these licenses made it possible for yotmg people to associate to- gether for recreation without temptation to take intoxicating liquor. The magistrates said they were dis- posed to grant the license, but would leave the matter over until that day four weeks, the occasion of the adjourned Brewster Sessions. Frederick Charles Sladden, Church Road, Llansamlet, also made a, similar application. The Superintendent raised no objection, remarking that the room was a very suitable one, and the license was granted. Plans of alterations and additions to the New IIm, Lone, Clydach, were pre- sentOO by Mr A. Jestyn Jeffries, solicitor, Neath, who appeared for the owner and ioenaee. The Superintendent said that at pre sent the House was in a very bad state, and the proposed alterations and im- provements were much needed. The plans were approved. Mr Martin Richards, solicitor, LI a nelly, presented plans of proposed additions to the Crown Inn, Brynamman, on behalf of the owners and lioeneee. He pointed out that plans for alterations were ap- proved at the Sessions last year, but it was now found desirable to add a room over the stable buildings which could be utilised as a elub-room or dining room Access to this room would be by Il outar stone stairway. No objection was raised, and the pl.ns wore passed. The Bench also granted a permanent license of the Smith's Arms, Ystalyfera, to Mrs. Morgan, wife of the former holder, who died recently. THE PONTARDAWE STRIKE JUDGMENT AGAINST TWO MORE WORKMEN. Messrs. W. Gilberison and Co., Ltd., tinplate and steel mwiufactuers, of Pontardawe, sought to recover damages for breaches of oontract trom two of their dischargers, John Joseph, Trebanos; and Edward Thomas, Pontardawe. Mr. C. B. Jenkins prosecuted, but the defendants were not legally represented- During the hiring of thm CMe Mr G. H. Strick and Mr Owen Davies retire from the Bench. Mr Jenkins mad. a brief opening state- ment, pointing out that the raen were employed by the plaintiff Arm as dis- chargers, their duty bekig to discharge certain full trucks, brought to th. works loaded with materials. They worked under a contract, to terminate which 28 days' notice was required. They gave no rotice, but did w-t r*«unae work :> f'er January 19th to February 6th; fmi-I he claim wis for demurrage rhurgts, dr." to the Railv-ey Company. Further dairies had b«in in curwd, such as :ng charges. theef not claimed He did not know wby the ¡nen All -144 have oftwH-d work except out of so c-'lod sympathy with th. strikers. The Com- pany wt-T^ <■>?. ly ol-- e^ three cloer daTs in which to unload vragons, "r ,I the total ro»-i«. worked o jt to, £8 llf-. -A- rr'iti, David Davies, foreman for the Com- pany, bore out Mr Jenkins' statement. He said the trucks were at the siding waiting to me discharged at the time the men left work. Morgan James, demurrage clerk, said the number of wagons to be discharged was fourteen, and the demurrage charge aft-er the expiration of three clear days, was ls.6d. per day. Philip Davies, manager for the Com- pany, proved the damages, against which, he said, the firm had L4 lls. 9d. per man in hand as a set off. Judgment was given for the Company for the amount claimedi. I YOUTHFUL OFFENDERS Three young boys, Thomas Thomas, David Richards, and John Davies, of Clydach, were summoned for having made use of indecent language at Clydach on Sunday, the 1st inst. A constable stated that in the evening of the day mentioned, he saw the boys in Vardre Road, Clydach, all making use of very indecent language. He walked towards them and. they then went away, but he overtook them, obtained their names and addresses and told them they would be reported. Written samples of the language alleged to have been used by the boys was handed to them, but they all denied the offence, and said the guilty party was a youth who happened to be standing near, but whose name the constable did not take. Mr Llovd, who had taken Mr Strick's place in the chair, said the boys must be- have when on the main road in future. They would each be fined 10s. including costs. BICYCLE WITHOUT LIGHT. Glyn Morris, Brynamman, was charge-di with having ridden a bicycle without light on January 24th, and was fined Is. and costs. The constable said that when he stopped defendant, the latter declared that he did not know that the lamp had gone out. BILLIARDS WITHOUT LICENSE j Fr,edeTick Charles Sladden was sum- moned for having kept a bagateiie board for public use without a license, at pre- mises in Llansamlet. He admitted the offenoe, but said he was ignorant of the fact that license was required, and the Clerk pointed out that he had applied for a licen&o that dav. Defendant was ordered to pay the costs. VEHICLE WITHOUT LIGHT. -1 Henry Hemington appeared to answer a charge of driving a horse and cart without a' light on the left side of his vehicle on the night of Wednesday, Feb. 4th. He admitted he charge, but said he had travelled out of Carmarthen, where only one light was required, into Glamorgan, and was unaware that in the latter county, two lights were required. Fined Is. and costs. POOR LAW CASES. J. Rhvs Edwards, Ystalyfera, was charged with having failed to contribute to the support of his father, John Edwards, who had become chargeable to the common fund of the local Poor Law Union. Mr David Jenkins, relieving oiffcer, said defendant's earnings averaged Ll 5s. 5d. per week. An order for pay- I ment of 2a.6d. per we?k was made. Thomas Morgan, YstaJyfera, was also I summoned in respect of his two children Philip and Martha Morgan, who were I chargeable to the Union funds. Mr Jenkins said defendant was a furnaceman earning £ 2 4s. 8d. per week, and had three other children working, making the total family inoome JE4 4s. 6d. He pointed out, however, that Mrs. Mor- gan had been ailing for four or five years, and one daughter, aged 23, re- mained at home. There were three other children under 14 years of acre. The two children chargeable oost the Guardians 21s. per week, but he believed the Guardians would accept 5s. per week towards this sum. An order for 5e. was accordingly made. YSTALYFERA STATION "SCENE." BOOKING CLERK THREATENED WITH EARLY DEATH. George Morris, Gwys, was charged with having used offensive language at Ys- stalyfera Station on January 17th, and pleaded guilty. Charles P. Parmee, booking clerk at the station, said defendant was on the platform for some time, during which he committed a certain offence, and had to be stopped. Afterwards he went to the booking office and asked for a ticket to Gwys, but witness refused to book him, saying that he was not in a fit condition to travel. Thereupon Morris began cursing and swearing, and told witness that he had better look out or he would meet with an early death. The Clerk (Cheerful) You haven't met with it yet though! Witness No. Sergt. Brown, who was summoned to the scene of the disturbance, corroborated the evidence of the previous witness re- garding defendant's condition. A fine of 10s. and costs or fourteen days' imprisonment was imposed. David Price, Clydach. (was charged with making use of indecent language near his home on January 26th. Defend- ant, who said it was a "family affair, they were quarrelling, was fined 15s. The London "Celt" announces that a conference has recently been held in London to consider the present posi- tion of literature and the drama in Wales, the chief object of the meeting being to discuss how to popularise Welsh literature. The Chancellor of the Exchequer was present.
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"The Pearl Girl" at the Grand Theatre, Swansea I Next week, the greatest of all musical comedies will visit the Grand Theatre. Mr Robert Courtneidge is bringing his latest prqdudtion, "The Pearl Girl," which is now playi,g to record houses at the Shaftesbury I heat re, London. It is difficult to call to mind any like produc- tion within recent years which surpasses it for sheer lavishness of display in the matter of dainty costumes and gorgeous scenery, and when such highly desirable qualities .are associated with an always melodious musical score by Hugo Felix and the book and lyrics by Capt. Basil Hood, it is easy to predict large and en- thusiastic audiences. The setting of the first scene of the first act for instance, will long remain in the memory cf those who witness it, as an altogether charming suggestion of oountry life, while the second scene of the same act, which de- picts the interior of the Palmyra Pearl Shop, Bond Street, is also worthy of the highest praise from a spectacular point of view. ,The second act takes place at Hurlelagh, and the effect obtained in this scene is zibsolut,ely delightful. The third and last j act "River Place," is perhaps the great- eat piece of work ever achieved by an artist. It shows beautiful gardens slop- j ing down to the river. The effect ob- tained being the "last word" in real- ism. All the scenes call forth spontane- ous applause when the curtain rises upon them, and it is almost unnecessary to add that full opportunity is found in them for the display of all the very latest things in feminine "creations" (designed by Martial Armand et Cie, of Paris ajid London). Mr Robert Courtneidge has certainly eclipsed anything he has before attempted in this, n his latest production, and it needs no forensic eloquence to impress upon., the play-going public its claims to an unqualified verdict of success. One of the chief factors in this magnificent pro- duction is- the exceptionally strong cast which includes the cream of the musical comedy stage, the best and brightest in the art of captivating the attention of playgoers. Mr George Hestor, Mr Nel- son Hancock, Mr Reginald Sharland, Mr Walter Ashley, Mr John Monkhouse, Mr Gecil Movlan, Mr W. H. Desmond, Mr Guy Buckland, Mr Cedric Miller, Mr. Raymond Gascoigne, Mr Robert Bottom- ley, Miss Roma June, Miss Rosie Begarn- I ie, Miss Modesta Daly, Miss Edith I MISS ROSIE BEGARNIE, II Ar Lady Betty in "The Pearl Girl." I Jeffries, Miss Esme Gordon-Heller, Miss Berenice Melford, Miss Gwen Clifford. Such are the conspicuous elements which Mr Courtneidge places before us—plus, of course, the fine accomplishments of the Modistes and Costumiers. A word of praise must be bestowed on the Beauty Chorus of 60 charming ladies, who make an attractive background for the princi- pal incidents of the play, and is certainly feature of the production. Special men- tio/i must be made of the marvellous quick change from the Derbyshire Dale in the Dukeries to the interior of a Bond Street Shop, which occupies but 60 seconds and is a triumph of stage mechan- ism. The whole production is indeed something to marvel at, and when the curtain finally desoends, one wonders if one has not at last seen the most wonder- ful and per ect crea-tion ever placed on the stage.—Such is the "Pearl Girl."
CORRESPONDENCE. I)I!Y.\[ MOUNTAIN. To the Editor, "Llais Llafur." Sir.—In reply to Councillor David Lewis' letter in your issue of last week, 1 may here state that I have no wish to enter into controversy with him regard- ing the Drym Mountain. I must admit that I am greatly indebted to him for the information as to "who are- the Com- moners." We are' now informed that they are "the farmers who are living in farms on the same side of the river Tawe as Drym Mountain." Will Mr Lewis kindly further inform us how these particular gentlemen in- herited this property ? I must admit again that I was quite at sea when I at- tempted to answer Councillor S. J. Thomas as to who these Commoners were. May I ask Does the secretary of this responsible body live within Mr Lewis' selected area? It sewns to me that Mr Lewis is blowing hot and cold. In one breath he tells us that the people who take the rent for the Dulais Colliery, the Halfway House, a.nd the tel'graph posts, are the owners of the Common, a.nd that he ia one of them, and that in the near future, he will overcome the difficulty and get the ratepayers to have an insight to the Commoners* books. Would it be advisable to ask the Parish Council of Ystradgynlais to bend a knee before the Commoners to get an inaight into these extraordinary books? In the n'eart breath we are told that the ratepayers of the two parishes of Ystrad- gynlais are the Commoners, then why does Mr Lewis join a number of farmers to receivo money and control property 1 'vhich in his opinion actually belongs to to the ratepayers a.t large ? Why did Mr Lewis allow the Commoners some few years ago to im- pound ponies belonging to the rate- payexs Did the Commoners succeed in their demand ? We are told that the Commoners have books to substantiate the statements made. Hovo they books to s how that Richard Richards ever paid them rent for the Halfway? I further challenge Mr. Lewis to show in the Commoners' books that they have received one farthing from the present occupier and owners of the Halfway House for ground rent, although he repeatf the PUteTrQnt that the Com- moners are receiving ground rent fT-Tr this hotise. It is quit-e possible thnt the Convnoners have received fome acknow lodgement in money or in beer by a pre- vious tenant. OBSERVER.
YSTRADGYNLAIS POLICE COURT. On Tuesday. Before Messrs. G. H. Strick, Howell Walters, M. W. Morgan and J. D. Morgan. "IN PURSUIT OF GAME." Morgan D. Williams, 29, St. Mary's- street, Seven Sisters, was summoned by W. Williams, gamekeeper to Baron Cederstrom for trespassing in pursuit of game on the land of Morgan Price, Glynllech, Abercrave, on 18th January. J. Hough, under-keeper, stated that he saw the defendant along with three other men, whom witness could not identify. Defendant had an Airedale terrier with him at the time.-Fined 10s. and costs. E. Bamford, Colbren, was snmmoned for a similar offonce on Hendreleisha Farm on land in the occupation of Morgan Jones on Jany 26. Wm. Williams stated that defendant had three setter dogs with him. One of the dogs jumped up and tried to get a pheasant down. Witness asked de- fendant what business he had to allow the dogs to drive the pheasants, to which he replied, "Don't be nasty. I won't bring the dogs with me again." Cross-examined by Mr. W. Jones- Williams witness admitted the de- fendant had no gun, net or other poaching appliance with him. Mr. Jones-Williams in addressing the Bench said that the evidence given by Williams appeared to be vindictive. It lay with the prosecution to prove that the defendant was in pursuit of game. It was hardly likely that a man would go to a place where Williams was feed- ing pheasants. Defendant in giving evidence, gave a complete denial to the charge. The dogs did not belong to him and he could not control them. By the Clerk: The dogs had followed him 200 or 300 yards. He had tried to send the dogs back but it would be necessary to beat them before they would go back. Defendant, was fined 10s. and costs. Samuel Smith, labourer, no fixed abode, was fined 5s. and costs for being drunk and disorderly in Brecon-road on Sunday night, Feb. 15. P.C. W. Williams proved the case. .50. 0
YSTRADGYNLAIS COUNCIL. I REPORT ON THE SEWERAGE SCHEME. I At the last meeting of the Ystradgyn- lais Council, Mr J. W. Morga,n presiding, Mr Geraid Swayne, engineer for the Council's Sewerage Scheme, forwarded his report dealing with the- suggested alterations anci omissions in the scheme; which were demonstrated on an enclosed map. After the plan had been examined by the Council, Mr Williams, moved, and Mr Lewis seconded, the adoption of the re- port. Thr* Chainnaji moved an amendment that tihs original scheme should be pro- ceedefl With. There -as no seconder, and the motion was carried practically with- out comment. MEDICAL OFFICER'S REOPRT Tho Medical Officer of Health (Dr. Richards, Abercrave), presented his re- port for the previous month showing that 29 births and 14 deaths had occurred, giving respective rates of 28.1 and 13.6 per thousand. Twelve cases of infectious diseases had been notified, ifve, of tuber- culosis of all forms at Cwmtwrch, two of scarlet fever at Ystradgynlais, two of diphtheria at Ystradgynlais, and three of -el-ysipelis, zl&) at Y stradgyiilais. The report was adooted. COUNCIL'S WORKMEN. I I DO THEY DO THEIR DUTY? I Mr David Lewis said he would like to ask the Surveyor if he was satisfied with the pay-sheets of the men. in his depart- m/nt. I Mr VVatkins was understood to say that he gave all the attention possible to them, and ha.d not detected any misrepre- sentation. The man had to be trusted to a certain exent, but he could make no charge at that moment. Mr Lewis said he was a working man himself, and a Labour representative, but if a man was employed by the Council to work, that man should work. Mr Watkins had the report and time-sheets, and he aaked again if he was satisfied with them. It was a serious matter and he knew that in putting it forward he was lay ing himself cpen to cnarges of going against his own class, but he wanted to know how the Council were to be assured that the work charged bv the men had been carried out, and if they were satisfied that tho repairs were being proceeded that the r"P ￼ 7d by t-he men! In one with as reported by the men ? In one place he knew of it was reported thfit three weeks' work ha.d been done, and he would like anyone to show him where the result of that throe weeks' work was. The Surveyor repeated that he had no reason to doubt the men's returns. Mr lowir, mid he recognised the serious- ness of this action, but he was prepared to sift the matter. No action was taken in the matter.
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The presence of mind of Dr. Greehy, Fforestifaeh, prevented a number of children from being seriously injured. The little ones were coming out of the Council School when a horse attached to a cart bolted. The doctor got out t e ani- of his motor after overtaking tne ani- maJ, jumped for the reins, and stopped its mad career. Biehop stories are now in demand, and the freshly-appointed head of the new Sheffield diocese relates how his gaitered legs disarmed the fears of two ladies who were looking for a suitable railway compartment. They saw the bishop reading hi6 newspaper. "Oh." I cannot get in there," eaid one lady, "there's a man there!" "It's all right,' advised the other; "it's only a bishop."
Pan Fyddwch yn Abertawe ac am GWPANAID 0 DE neu GINIAW BLASUS Y lie goreu i chwi fyned yw i'r HOTEL MONICO, ♦> 33 HIGH STREET. Yatalfell eang, gysurus at waaanaeth Un* debau, Gwib-gyroh Ysgolion Sol, etc. PERCHENOQES: MRS. A. E. RICHARDS Priaoedd rhad, &'r gwasanaeth goreo. The Revival of Roller Skating being now an accomplished fact THE L.B. SKATING RINK, PONTARDAWE, WILL BE OPEN EACH EVENING, MONDAY TO SATURDAY (Inclusive) From 7.30 to 10 p.m. DANCING ON SKATES EVERT THURSDAY EVENING. i Admission and Skates, Sixpence. Late 'buses leave for Morriston, Neath and Ystalyfera each evening. Late trains on Saturdays for Swansea at 10.10 p.m., and Ystalyfera, Gwys, and Brynamman at 11.30 p.m. An Ideal Floor and Beautiful Music.
CYFARFOD MISOL DOSBARTH Y GLO CAItEG Cynaliwyd y cyfarfod uchod yn Aber- tawe, dydd Sadwrn diweddaf, pryd cy- merwyd y gadair gan Mr William Owen, Blatnywaun, a'r ls-gadair gan Mr Wm. Walter, International. Cafwyd cynrych- iolaeth gref o'r cyfrinfaoedd, ac awd yn mlaen a gwaith y dydd yn y drefn gan- lynol 'Derbyniwyd canlyniad y tugel diweddaf ar ddswisiaa is-oruchwyliwr i'r Dos barth. Cafwyd fod nifar y pleidleisiau fel y can- lyn Mr J. J. James, New Cwmgorse 9,310 Mr S. 0. Davies, Gt. Mountain 6,303 Peuidertynwyd bod Mr James i ddech- reu ar ei waith yn ddioed. Derbyniwyd adrbddiad y goruchwyliwr ar y materion sydd mewn anghydfod yn nglofeydd y Dce-barth a chafwyd ei gyfarwyddiadau yn nglyn a'r cyfryw. LLANDEBIE.—Ymddiriedwyd inater- ion y lofa hon i'r goruchwyliwr a phwyll- gor y lofa. TIRYDAIL.—Rhoddwyd caniatad i weithwyr y lofa hon i roddi rhybuddion yn nglyn a'r Anundebwyr. Derbyniwyd adroddiad manwl Mri. Richard lioughcr, Henllys Vale, a J. D. Lewis, atalbwysrwr, Brook, o gyfrifon y Dosba-rth am y chwr' mis derfynodd ar Do&b a.rt h am y c h wt- Rhagfyr 20fed, 1913. Derbyniwyd y cyfrifon fel rliai cywair, a phasiwyd pleidlais wreeog o ddiolchgarwch i'r ddau archwilwyr am eu gwasanaeth rhagorol, ac am en manylwch a.'u cyfarwyddia.dau i'r Dosbarth yn nglyn a'r cyfryw. DOSBARTH.-Cym,,lra. dwyodd y cy- farfod i bob gweithiwr yn y Dosbarth i bleidleisio yn ffair oodi y cyfroddicn mis- ol i ls.6c. y mis, yn uiiol a phenderfyn- iad Cynadledd Caerdydd, er galluogi y Cyngor Gweinyddol i gario allan eu dy- muniad yn nglyn a chynal aelodau yn adeg strsiic, P- gA-iieud i ffwrdd a'r rheol yn nglyn a chy-ml pump y cant yn y dosbar t Tr adau. TH)SR ARTH .-p"wlerfynwyd nrgraphu nifer ncillduol o gynlhm newydd y pwvll- gor arianol, er i'r cyfrinfaoedd yptyiied y cyfrvw yn vstod v mis a clod a'u barn cvrno i'r C^arfod Misol nesaf. Hefvd, eu hanog i ddajifon i ysgrifenvdd y Dos- barth yn ystod y mis. unrhyw welliant gynyeir ganddynt i'r cyfryw. P ANTMAWR.-Penderfynodd y cyfar- fod i wrthod y teleriii gynygir er cytuno anghvdfod v lofa hon. HENLLYS VALE.—Ein bod yn anog gweithwyr y Dosharh i gyfrann elusen er cynorthwvo gweithwyr y lofa hon. y rai sydd wedi bed yn segur am fisoedd lawer ohorwvdd at-aliad. v lofa, a bod ys- crifenydd y Do«b-nrth i ddarfon cylch- Ivthvr i'r cvfr'nfayedd i'r an an, hwn. CROPS HANDS.—Cyflwynwyd achos i anghvdfod v lofa b--n i'r Bwrdd Cvmodol. r <~}TV.A TT^fJAFGURWEN.—Bod mater y "tumbline phces" i'w gyflwyno i'r iBvvrdd C«rr"vlol Pr eu fvtuno. _/Rh'odwyd caniatad i ve'th^ vr y Wi hop i roddi rhybuddion vr ?r-?vr' .1 'r A?nnd- hwyr. pr*'vr'r,T-i"P"VT?V.—Ein b?d vn vm?d?- ied v do tan o'r lofa hen i'r if'-d ?--lo tan o'r 1,) f a h<n i'r DYFFRYN AMMAN.—Bod cadeirydd y Dosbarth, a Mr James, yr is-oruchwyl- iwr, i wneud ymchwiliad i achos y lofa hon, ac i roddi adroddiad arno yn y cvfrafod misol nesaf. Bod treth o 6c. yr aelcd i'w danfon i'r cyfarfod misal neeaf fel Treth Ddosbarth- ol. DAVID MORGAN, Ysg. -00 0