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TRADE UNIONISM AND COMPULSION.

,.I iSIR ALFRED YEA AND NAY.

SAFEGUARDS AND STRIKES I

I Ynisraeudw Pastor Leaves.

IYSTRADGYNLAIS COUNCIL AUDIT.I

FOUR MONTI? . BROKEN I BACK.

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CONSCRIPTION OF WEALTH. I

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YSTALYFERA NOTES.

YSTRADGYNLAIS NOTES. I

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YSTALYFERA NOTES.

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(Continuing from preceding column). took place on Thursday at Holy Trinity Churchyard, and the large concourse of people present paid tribute to the re- spect in which the family is held. Amongst the mourners were Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Davies (father and mother), Mr. and Mirs. W. J. Davies, junr. (son and daughter- in-law), Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Watkin (son-in-law and daughter), Miss Esther Ann Davies (daughter), Mr. 4nd Mrs. James Davies. when "The Lion's Cubs" was screened. This picture depicts the great value of the Boy Scout movement to the country, and when the Scouts captured the German spies, a climax was reached. Fatty's Wine Party, and The Buckskin Coat were also shewn. EISTEDDFOD AT CWMGIEDD An interesting eisteddfod took place at Penpisgah on Wednesday evening, when the Rev. W. Leyshon Griffiths presided. There was a good attend- ance, and Messrs. H. Jones and T. Jones were the adjudicators of the musical and literary items respectively. Mr D. Leyshon Griffiths, Tyhwnt, pre- sided at the piano, whilst Mr Jezerefel Jones, Caemawr, was the violinist. SARDIS CONCERT. Preparations are now well in hand for the forthcoming concert at Sardis, which will take place on February 5th. The concert will be of a miscellaneous character, and Mr T. Williams, G. and L., London House, will be the con- ductor, whilst Miss Jennie Ellis, R.A.M., and Mr Gwilym Jones are two of the artistes who will appear. FROM "SOMEWHERE." r"1 ± to. Kees Jiivans, uwmgiecitl, who has been out in France for many months, returned home on Tuesday on seven days' leave. He was presented at Penpisgah on Wednesday evening with a beautiful Bible by the members of Cwmgiedd Chapel. SCHOOL TEACHER ENLISTS. Mr JJ1. L. Kees, rfrynamman, as- sistant master at the Cynlais Schools, has joined one of the Cavalry regi- ments, and left for Southampton on Monday. Best wishes, Dan! THE LIGHTING REGULATIONS. Ystradgynlais is evidently not to be caught napping by the ever-changing lighting regulations. On Sunday evening a correspondent saw a peram- bulator with a head-light! We are evidently getting on. Congratulations to Mr and Mrs. W. Morgan, of Glanrhyd, on the birth of a little daughter on Thursday mornings We understand that both mother and baby are doing well. The result of the ballot for secretary to the New Diajmond "Colliery Lodge has been the appointment of Mr. Tom Wa,tha,n to the post. Owing to a shortage of trucks the Ys- tradgynlais Colliery was idle on Wed- nesday. Pte. Tom Rees, 3rd Welsh was home on leave duimg the week and returned on Friday to Barry Dock. The battalion will shortly be leaving for active service. The family of the late Robert Young Taylor wish to express their thanks to their many friends for their kindness and sympathy during their sad bereavement.