CORWEN. Y Bedyddwyr.- Dydd Iau, wythnos i'r di- weddaf, cynaliwyd cyfarfod haner blynyddol adran Clwyd a'r Ddyfrdwy o Gymanfa Bed- yddwyr Dinbych, Fflint a Meirion. Yr oedd y gynhadledd dan lywyddiaeth y Parch Isaac James, Rhuthyn, y cadeirydd am y flwyddyn. Daeth cynulliad da o weinidogion a chenadon ynghyd. Cafwyd adroddiad y pwyllgorau canlynol :—Yr Ysgol Sul gan Mr E D Lloyd y Bobl Ieuangc gan Mr L J Davies Dirwest gan y Parch E Williams, Fron Genbadaeth gan y Parch E Williams, Pandyrcapel; a'r Gymdeithas Fenthyciol gan Mr E P Jones, Cileurych. Cynygiodd y Parch E K Jones, Cefnmawr, fod y Gynhadledd yn condemnio Gwaith rhywrai yn deisebu yn enw Anghyd- ffurfwyr Cymru, a hyny mewn dull anbeg. Eiliwyd gan y Parch H Williams, Cefnbychan, a phasiwyd ef. Dewiswyd pwyllgor i weith- redu dros yr Undeb ar fater y Cynllun Gweinidogaethol. Dewiswyd y swyddogion canlynol:—Is-lywydd, Mr. E. P. Jones, U.H Carrog; ysgrifenydd, Mr. R. H. Edwards, Pandy'rcapel; trysorydd, Mr. E. F. Jones. Yn yr hwyr pregethwyd gan y Parchn E. K. Jones, Cefnmawr, a H. Cernyw Williams, Corwen. Dadgyssylltiad.- Y n y "Daily Post" am ddoe ymddengys gohebiaeth dan law y Parch H. Cernyw Williams, Corwen, yn galw sylw at y datganiad a wnaeth Esgob Llanelwy yn un o'i areithiau ar y testyn uchod, yn yr hon dywedai Fod AnghydfEurfiaeth yn Nghymru yn dyddio o'r flwyddyn 1811.' Hoffai Mr. Williams wybod beth feddyliai yr Esgob wrth y gair 'Anghydffurfiaeth,' gan fod y Bedydd- wyr a'r Annibynwyr yn Nghymru er y flwyddyn 1633 o leiaf. Yn mhellach, dywed Mr Williams y gall roddi ffeithiau di-ymwad eu bod wedi parhau yn ddifwleh er 1633, os y dymunir. FootballCorwen visited Ruabon to play the third round in Rhosymedre Cup Com- petition on Saturday last. A wretched game ended in an easy win for Ruabon United by 6 goals to 1. Corwen's ejectment is attributed to the drastic actions of the referee, etc. Corwen Philharmonic Society.-This Society intends holding its annual concert on May 6th, 1914, in the Pavilion, when Faust" will be performed by a band and chorus of 100 performers. Practices in future will be held on Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday nights at 8-30 p.m. at the Parish Room. The Eigteddfod.-The following have been appointed musical adjudicators at the, next Corwen Eisteddfod Mr. Dan Protheroe, Mil- waukee, and Mr. E. T. Davies, Dowlais. The Show.-Mr. Tate, Pool Park, Ruthin, has consented to become president of Corwen Show this year. Corwen Prize C'hoir.-Corwen Male Voice Prize Choir under the leadership of Mr. W. Bradwen Jones, intend competing at Llan- dderfel, Gwyddelwern, and Pentrecelyn Eis- teddfodau. Mr. Jones has a mixed competitive choir for Gwyddelwern and Pentrecelyn Eisteddfodau. Mr. Arthur Humphreys, The Terrace, has also got a mixed choir for the two latter eisteddfodau. The Pierrots-The Pierrots have another treat in store for Corwen people at the Pavilion on April 22nd. The Town Band.-The Town Band under the leadership of Mr. Robert Owen, Liverpool Terrace, played several selections on Market Square on Saturday. The selections were greatly appreciated by the public.
SALES BY MESSRS. DAVID ROBERTS & SON Corwen, Denbigh, Llangollen and Dolgelley. COUNTY OF MERIONETH. CARROG, near CORWEN. Sale of Valuable Freehold Dwelling Houses. MESSRS. DAVID ROBERTS & SON Have received instructions to offer for sale by Public Auction at THE OWEN GLYNDWR HOTEL, CORWEN, ON FRIDAY, MARCH 27th, 1914, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, (subject to Con- ditions of Sale then to be produced and read) all that Freehold Property, known as Nos. 1 to 10, HYFRYDFA TERRACE, Carrog, Corwen. Situate on the Holyhead Road from Llangollen to Corwen, and within a few minutes walk of Carrog Railway Station on the Great Western Railway. he Houses each containing :—Front Kitchen, Back Kitchen and Two Bedrooms, also Gardens at the rear, are in the several occupations of Messrs. Evan Lewis Hughes, Edward Roberts, Edward Thomas Roberts, John Turner. Robert Jones, Edward Edwards, Thomas Pritchard, David Evans, Thomas Jones and Miss Elizabeth Jones as tenants at £ 7 16s. Od. per annum, or an Annual Rental for the whole of Per d678 Os. Od, Annum. The Dwelling Houses are substantially built of brick and slated and in excellent repair having been only recently erected. Water is laid on throughout in pipes. The whole of the Property covers an area of 1440 SQUARE YARDS and occupies a most healthy position. The Houses are always well tenanted and. are a class of Dwelling House for which there is a great demand in the Neighbourhood. The Auctioneers can with confidence recommend the Property to any person desiring a safe and lucrative investment. Further particulars from the AUTIONEERS, Corwen, or from Messrs. MATTHEW J'ONES and REES, Solicitors, May Buildings, 51, North John Street, Liverpool. FRIDAY NEXT, MARCH 27th, 1914 MESSRS. DAVID ROBERTS & SON Will Sell by Auction at 2-30 in the afternoon, at the OWEN GLYNDWR HOTEL, CORWEN, subject to Conditions of Sale, All that FREEHOLD DETACHED DWELLING HOUSE AND GARDEN, known as GLANCAWRDDU, Containing Kitchen, Wash House, Etc., and 2 Bedrooms, now let to Mr. Edward Jones at £ 10 per annum. The House which is well built is most delight- fully situated in a healthy position and stands in its own grounds with private approach. For further particulars apply to the AUCTIONEERS, Corwen, or to L. LLOYD JOHN, Esq, Solicitor, Corwen. In AID of the EISTEDDFOD —— PAVILION FUNDS. Grand VARIETY CONCERT WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22nd. Artistes :— MR. HAROLD DAVIES, MR. WALTER ROBERTS, MR. TED DAVIES, Wrexham. Assisted by THE CORWEN PIERROTS. Chairman—E. O. V. LLOYD, Esq., J.P., Rhagatt. Doors open 7-30 Concert at 8 p.m. prompt. Tickets :—2/6 (numbered) 2s- and Is. THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT, 1894 PARISH OF CORWEN. NOTICE OF PARISH MEETING. The Annual Assembly of the Parish Meeting of the Parish of Corwen, consisting of the Parochial Electors of the said Parish, will be held in the Board Room of the Union Workhouse, Corwen, on Friday next, the 27th day of March, 1914, at 7 o'clock, in the evening. BUSINESS:— To read and confirm minutes of previous Meetings. To receive and peruse Accounts oIPar- ochial Charities (if ready). To read the names of recipients of Doles. To read last Audited Financial Statement of the Parish Council. To read list of Rate Defaulters. To discuss Palish affairs in general and to pass resolutions thereon. To transact all other Statutory and General business that may be legally taken at the Meeting. Dated this 18th day of March, 1914, HUGH MORRIS, Chairman of the Parish Council.