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I CWMTWRCH-CWMLL YNFELL Corp. David Phillips, of the Oswestry Pals, has been home for a short leave. He returned to Oswestry on Monday, with the best wishes of his many friends and acquaintances. Mr. Daniel J. Wil- liams, son of Mr. Joseph Williams, late bookseller, who joined the London Welsh Fusiliers lately, as a private, has now received a commission in the same ba.t- talion- Rev. John Llewellyn Rhosamman, oc- cupied the pulpit at Ebenezer Chapel on Sunday, and delivered able sermons to L large congregations. A student of Car- marthen College will preach on Sunday next. Councillor Lewis Thomas (Gwys), occupied the pulpit at Peniel, Penrhos, on Sunday, and his services were greatly enjoyed. He has preached on several oc- casions at this place. Mr. Thos. R. Thomas (schoolmaster), read an excellent paper on "Y ddrama fel cyfrwng addysg" at the Gwys Welsh Society on Thursday. Many of the mem- bers spoke highly of the treat afforded them by Mr. Thomas. Councillor Lewis Thomas presided. At the close of the meeting many of those present urged Mr. Thomas to publish the paper in "The I Labour Voice." At this week's meeting Mr. Moses Wil- liams iCwnalyntell) will read a paper at the same society on the subject "Uyiari- wad amgyicntdd yn Ifuihad eynieriad uyn.' A moit enjoyable evening is looked iurw ard to. A lantern lecture entitled "Catterina and roor ilobm Outcasts" was given at the Temperance Hall on Monday nighx, when there was a large gathering of the Baud of Hope children and adults. Mr. Evan Kinsey explained the pictures to the auuience in an eliective manner. A benefit match will take place at the CwmJiyjiRij Football Ground on Satur- day, between Cwmllynfell and Glais. Dr. Owen will kick off. Also a prize drawing will take place. The proceeds of both will be in aid of the family of Pte. Gordon Williams who has been severely wound- ed in the Dardanelles, and is at present at Malta Hospital. Cwmllynfell inhabitants are looking to a treat at the Hall on Saturday, when Gwernydd Morgan's Dramatic Company will present the great Welsh national drama, entitled "Chian.ge. The party consists of some of the Welsh national artists. A lar^e gathering is expected. Private Tom O'Connor, New Inn Cot- tage, who has seen much active service in France with the Irish Guards, re- turned to re-join his regiment on Thurs- day, after three weeks' sick leave from the trenches. He left the locality with the good wishes of his 'many friends. We regret to announce the death of Mrs. Cculins, late of Cwmphil, which took place on Sunday, after a short but severe ilLness. Deceased was the w idow of the late Mr. Tom Collins, who died about five months Ago. She was a faithful member of Bethel Chapel and a con- scientious worker on behalf of the cause. She was of a retiring disposition, and was highly esteemed and respected in the- locality. Much sympathy is extended to her aged mother and relatives in their sad bereavement. On Wednesday after- noon, although the weather was boister- ous, a large number of friends and rel a- tives attended the funeral of deceased, when the remains were interred at Bethania burial ground, the Rev. Enoch Hughes (Abercanaid), late pastor of Bethel, and the Rev. Ben Davies, Pant- teg, carried out the obsequies. Many interesting letters come to hand from the local boys who are with the Swansea Battalion in France. The boys have now been in the trenches for a number of weeks, and it is gratifying to learn, although a number of casualties have occurred in their ranks, they are quite well and happy. CYMDEITHAS GYMRAEG Y CWM. I Nos Lun diweddaf caed gwledd arben- ig yn N ghymdeithas Gymraeg y "Cwm Isaf. Bu Mr. Thomas R. Thomas, yr ysgolfeistr, mor garedig a ncidio i'r adwy yn lie Mr. David Phillips, y goruchwyl- iwtr, am y noson. Darllenodd bapuT cyf- oethog ar Dr. Samuel Johnson," ac yr oedd yn neillduol o ddyddorol ac adeil- adol. Olrheiniodd yn fanwl yrfa y gwr mawr Johnson, a da.dlenodd yn glir ryfeddodau ei athrylith ddisglaer. Caed ysgwrs fer gan nifer o'r aelodau aT am- rywiol bwyntiau y panur, a th'rawodd "Gweledydd" a tant canlynol megis y mae ei arfer Mawr yw y Sewl am wers gall—hen Eithriad i ba.wb airall; r athro'n Wele'r dyn oleua'r dall, Ac hebddo beth wnaj'r cibddall ? •GIDEON. I Mae n dda genym ddeall fod cor Mr. D. W. Rowlands, F.T.S.C., perthynol j Eglwys Cwmllynfell, yn brysur baratoi ar gyfer rhoi gwledd i'r ardal eto, drwy roddi perfformiad o'r chwareugerdd swyn. ol "Gideon," y geiriau gan Dewi Glan Twrch, a'r gerddoriaeth gan yr arwein- ydd (Mr. Rowlands). Gobeithio y try allan yn llwyddiant miawr. YMGOMWEST. I Oynaliwyd ymgotmwest yn xsgoldy Tomienowen no Iau mewn cysylltiad a'r vsgolion nos syrtd wedi -eu cynal yno -dr,%N y'r gauaf. CYWEIRIAD. I Yn nglyn ag apwyntiad cynghorydd I dosbarth dros rhanoarth Cwarter Bach, yn olynol i'r diweddar Rhys Powell, di- gwyddodd gwa,ll bach yn yr adroddiad yn y rhifyn diweddaf. Tri ymgeisydd oedd yn cynig am y swydd, sef Mr. Jno. Hughes, D. Isaac Griffiths, a, Dr. Owen. Mr. John Hughes gafodd v mwyafrif o 17 votes. Y cadeirvdd oedd Mr. Samuel Morgan (ger Ystradowen) a bu yn gadeir- ydd doeth a phwrpasol! YMADAWIAD HEN ARDALWR. Mae'n flin genym fod yr hen dad Joseph Williams, Ilyfrwerthwr, yr hwn sydd yn bwriadu yma,dael o'r lie, yn eithaf gwael yn ei wely y dyddiau hyn. Alae yn dda genym ddweud fod yr awgrym ymddangosodd ar dudalenau y "Llais" yr wythnos diweddaf wedi cael cryn sylw, a chafwyd cyfaxfod nos Lun i'r dyben o ddangos rhyw gydnabydd- iaeth i'r hen wron am ei wasanaeth mawr yn y cylcr, a'i ffyddlondeb i bob mudiad daionus yn ystod yr hir flynyddoedd mae wedi dreulio ar lanau Gwys. Mae'r pwyllgor wedi dewis merched i gasglu o gwmpas yr ardal yr wythnos nesaf er mwyn i ni allu dangos ein gwerthfawr- ogiad ohono ar unwalth. Hvderwn y ca adferiad buan. I SHED SHAVO BOBS. Cafwyd cyngherdd amrywiaethol yn y lie poblogaidd hwnn Fercher diwedd- af, gan lu o ieuenctyd y Cwm. Yr oedd yr hwyr yn arw iawn, a'r gwlaw yn disgyn yn drwm, ond er hyny gwelwyd bachgenyn bychan or enw Oliver yn dyfod i mofyn papur dros ei dad. Gwyddai rhai o'r cwmni am dalent cerddorol y llanc bach. a cheisiwyd gan- ddo ganu, a gwnaeth ar unwaith heb gymhell iiawer, fel y rhaid gwneud a ohaiitorion o fri. Y mae y bychan yn medru ar gof rhagorol, a chanodd tua ugain o ganeuon nes gwefreiddio yr holl le. Trowyd y "tools shavo" o'r neulldu a chymerodcl yr eilliwr at yr arweinydd- iaeth, a chafwyd rhaglen benigamp o un- awdau a chydganau. Yna galwyd ar un o feirdd y lie i wneud penill ar y pryd i'r arweinydd, yr hwn oedd fel y canlyn Hen farbwr ydyw Bobs, A digri iawn bob amser, Am dTafod eillyn, pwy a gawn Mor nimble ac mor glever? Cynyddu'r "filais" yw amcan hwn Er pan mae yn ei werthu, A'i ymgais fawT o hyd mi wn < Yw gwn eud y trade i dalu. Clywais fod Syr Watkin, y Cymro Dewr, yn parhau ar ei uchelfanau er adeg y Nadolig. Mae ei gwmni bob amser yn nodweddiadoi o ddawns a chan. Ar 3lelwydydd ei gyfeillion ceir ef ar ei oreu. ac mae pawb yn mwynhau ei bre- senoldeb. am fod cymaint o heulwen yn perthyn iddo. Cofion cynes atat. Every fourth person you meet has I catarrh. It begins with running at the nose, the result of catching cold. If neglected it soon becomes chronic. Then it passes to the throat, the stomach, the bowels. It causes asthma, deafness, huski- ness, hoarseness; it sets up dyspepsia and bowel troubles—there is no end to the dangers of catarrh. "My life was a perfect misery with breathlessness and bronchial catarrh," says Mrs. Hall, of 89, Clarence-street, Shieldfield, Newcastle-on- Tyne. "I was frightfully choked up. and if I ventured out I would have to stop to get my breath, perhaps twenty times in a street's length. Nothing did any real good till I got Veno's. That quite cured me." Ask for Veno's Lighting Cough Cure, 11-1d., Is. 3d., and 3s., of all chemists. ————— —————

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