LLANGOLLEN. I I ft?2t ? Mr. J. G.. B-h-ft. UasgoUea, ? *bO? ea? «cm?MB!caMoaz -L be seat. RAILWAY STATION.—By a new order, which cornea into force on Monday next, the Great Western Railway Station will be regarded as a closed station and put on the sarrie footing as larger stations, inasmuch that from the mid- day train onwards no persona will be allowed on the platform* unless in possession of plat- form or travelling tickets. « THE CINEMA.—The audien.? axe to be favoured next week with having a return of I their favourites, Gladys Huicite and Oreighton Hale, who appear in Love and Finance," to /be shown on Monday and Tuesday next, and will be a leading attraction. On Wednesday no pictures are to be shown, but for the remainder of the week an exceeding good film On Leave will be shown in which Daphne Glenne is featured. GLANRAFON CHURCH.—A noting people's meeting WM held on Monday evening and was very much appreciated. Mr. A. Leiisome pre- aided. and songs and recitationa were given by the younger members, as follows:—Peggy Jones. Francis Butler. Olwen Goodwin, Gaynor Letteome, Frank Roberts, Idria Tugh. Arnold Pritchard, R. Henry Push and Brinley Lett- Nome. rb. accompaniments were ablv played bv Mr. Walter Lettsome. IJOUSINTG. --Under the auspice* of the Llangollen branoh oi the National Council of Women, a public meeting on housing was held in the Memorial Hall, on Wednesday evening. Mr. E. D. Lloyd. chairman of the Rural Dis- trict Council, presided. Mr. H. L. North, F.R.I.B.A.. delivered a lecture on housing, and described the variouB s,?hem?a of the Coih- !miasion'6 for the be&t houses for workmen.. He dwelt on the queetiona of lighting and ventil- ation, and Baid evervr:Hort should be mada to have two or three windows in.each kitchen. He did not believe in the new patent building materials, but preferred the old form of stones and bricks, which could -be obtained in the locality. He did not advocate wooden windows. A new combine had placed on the market a steel frame casement window, and he had adopted that and found it very practicable, as it could be built into the building as the work was proceeding instead of fitting in' as was usual with the wooden framework windows. A set of lantern slides sent by Mr. Evans of the Welsh hot;-sins: scheme were also shown by Mr. A. Lettsome, and Mr. North apologised for hav- ing such a poor set. Questions were afterwards put to the speaker, and the meeting termin- ated wsfch the usual votes of thanks, moved by I Mr. J. H.? D avies and seco Kr. J. H. Davies and seconded by Mr. Mcssop. I
WELSH AMATEUR CUP The draw for the second round of the Welsh Amitteijr Cup, to be played on December 13, was made at Wrexham, onI Conway or Denbigh v. Bangor Institute. Portmadloc v. Barmouth or Machynlleth. Llandrtndod Wells v. Rhayader.$ iRhosymedre v. Lseltishora, I I Brymbo Institute v. Brymbo Green or Bradley. Llay Hall v. Connah's Quay. Aberdare Amateurs v. Caerau. Treharris v. Rogerstone.
Y CWN DEFED. Mistar Golygudd,—Welis i rytshiwn beth erioed ar bud Jma.M'r rhyfel drosodd, medda nhw. Beth bynag am hyny, yr ydea ni wedi dathludau armiseis ac un pis dayn barod. Dwn i ddim faint chwaneg a raid i ni ddathlu cun y daw pethe i'w lie. Rargen fawr, na wn i! Yn tydi'r bud yn berwi mor ibrvr-ur heddiw ag y bu erioed. Tasech chi ddim ond vi meddwl am Hwfa'r Glun yne. Eoeddwn yn meddwt fod. pawb wedi fy anghofio ers talwm, ac yr oedd yn faethun i mi gal tipin o orphwus tua therfun fy oea, ar 01 spel hir o fywud caled, cin; tynu fy nhraed i'r gwelu. Ond na, mi 'roedd hi'n rhaid i Hwfa ene gael codi cnecs hefo mi a ehynhyrfu fy holl natur i. Tasech chin gweld Ed.wat ynn pan ddarllenodd o y papur nos Wener, yr oedd o'n wen i gid, a tase hi'n rhiwle yn agos i Chwefror, mi fasech yn cym- rud llw ei fod o wedi derbun falanteirl xieis o "rhiwle." 'Rwyn fecsio ei hochor hi tros Ned hefud. Mae o'n gwla buth ar ol y shoo sheriws a gafodd o pan wrthodwud ei was- aneth o ar y man i-w&r yr adeg y torodd. y ?rhyfel allan. Y/fo su wedi'n siarshio i i &teb Hwfa guda golwg ar y cwn defed hynu. Y mae o wedi teithio y bud i gid o r bron, ifel y gwne eich llenwrs yn dda, ac y mae gyno fo grap go lew o bob iaith, ond y mae iaith y Sowth, most-e-piti, wedi eistroli d'nlan I deg. Feder o neud. dim o honi. Ac os na feder o, su'n ddun mor glefar, ei deall hi sut y gellir disgwul i gi defed, y creadur diniwed, neud, er ar yr un prud yn deall yr iaitli Gym- I raeg wuddoeh, sef iaith y Gogledd, yn hollol? Mi ro i chi engraifft o wlad estronol i broil fy mhwngc. Y Caplan Arthur Dafis 8u'n ¡ adrodd yr hanes. Ynglun a'r Fyddin Gym- reig, pan yn nhuedde Jeriwsalem, y digwjdd- ,odd y peth. Yn gorphwyso yr, oedd, a'r camelod. o dan comand y Corpl. J dn Jons, Cymro. Fel rheol y brodorion a ofalai am I ycamelod, ond dodwyd un dan ofal Sais pur, a chan na feddai air o Gymraeg ni fedral iaith y camel chwaith. I godi y camelod ar eu carne yr oedd yn ofynol gwaeddi Ich Yn y man d-aeth y gychwyn i symud, ac ar y daith cafodd, y Corporal in comand fod y Sais a'i gamel ar ol, ac i ffvrrdd a fo nerth egni ei hegle i chwilio am danunt. Yn dawel ar ei dor y cafodd y camel, ar Sais yn chwus domTl da.il wrth geisio adrodd. cia gimin ag a fedre o bigion gelrie cIasurol yr iaith fain mor gyflum ag oedd modd i'w ?deffro. Wei, wel, bere y CorporaL" wât- r' is-ddi-matyr?" "It wanostyr, syr," ebre'r Sais. Gif ddi wyrd of comand," gorch- mynai y swyddiog. "Hie!" bere'r Sais druan yn ei brofedigeth lem, yn ffaelu yn lan a deud "Ich." Symudai y camel yr un feg, yn cors. Ow, ow!" eba'r Cymro, i'w haf neglected iwr ediwceshon," ae ebe wrth y camel, Ich!" ac i. fynu a fo fel saeth, ya fywud i gid. Beth su isio yn chwaneg i brofi y cest Cymerwch air o gyngor Loid Robertah, y tro nesaf y cewch ar eioh meddwl anfon own defed i'r Sowth, i gal gan riw Hwntw lieu gilidd roi haner dwsin ne ragor o lesyn9 iddun nhw yn iaith i y wlad hono. Mi dalith y ffor i chi. Diar hart ale if,, y oyfnewidiade su wedi cymrud He ers pan sgwenis i i'r wasg o'r blaeri Cofion cynes atoch chi a phawb sun j meddwl yn'ga-redig'am d ana i. I JINI JONS.
I I- LOCAL WEDDNIG. I I JONES—BROTHERTON. The marriage took place at the GIanrafon Congregational Church, Llangollen, on fed- nesday, Mr. Allen Lettsome officiating, of Mr. 11. J. Jones, 3, Nprthera. Terraee, Cor wen, and Miss B. Y. Broçherton, 29. Hyde Grove, Manchester. The best man was Mr. J. E. Jones, friend of THE bridegroom, and the bridesmaid waa Miss E. Williams, Corwen. After the cereiauny a reception was held at the Waverlev Hotel, Llangollen, when the guests included Miss M. Roberts, Corwen, Miss E. Roberts, Llangollen, Mr. A. Granger, Bala, Mr. G. Cramp, Bala, and Mr. J. E. Roberts, Llangollen. The couple later left for Birmingham, where the honeymoon is being spent. They were the recipients 01. large number of presents. <
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￼ ￼ Evans, Sudden Death of Mr. E. Evans. AN OLD LLANGOLLEN OFFICIAL. I The death occurred suddenly on Friday, I November 21. of Mr. Evan Evans, county sur- veyor of Carnarvonshire, in his sixty-first year. Early on Friday evening Mr. Evans returned from London, where he had spent some days as a witness in the High Court action in which Sir O. M. Edwards is plaintiff. Although it was known that he had suffered from heart trouble, he was in his umial health when he t retired on Friday night, but in less than an "I hour afterwards he had passed away. ) Mr. Evana was a native of Pantyffynnoii, near Llandebie. South Wales, and was appÖJIJF ed surveyor to the Carnarvonshire County Council thirty veara ago. Prior to that lie had been officially connected with Llangollen. He proved himself throughout this long period an ideal public official, his duties being discharged with marked efficiency and unobtruaivenees. His wide experience, combined with a most genial disposition, won for him the confidence and the highest esteem of the council, as well as his professional brethren. His services were much in demand as arbitrator and as expert witness in law suits. During1 his tenure of office the surveyor's department of the County Council gtew in extent and importance, not the least feature of Mr. Evans's work being the improvement which he effected in the state of the roads. His voluntary services als6 proved of the greatest value to the promoters of the Eisteddfod and other national gatherings when held at Carnarvon. Great sympathy is felt with the widow and family in their sad and tsudden bereavement. The only son, Mr. Arthur Evans. is county sur- veyor of Montgomeryshire, and two of the five daughters are married respectively to Mr. Trevor Lloyd Jones (Llangollen) and Mr. Wil- liams. surgeon dentist (also of Llangollen). |I The interment took place at Llangollen.
I Cannot Agree. I CHAIRMAN AND TECRF-TARY-TO II RESIGN. A candid oonfeasion that they could not work together and therefore intended to resign was made by the secretary. Mr. T. Howard, and the chairman. Mr. T. Williams, at a meeting of the Montgomery County Branch of the National Farmers' Union at Newtown yesterday. The Secretary opened the matter by report- ing that "the armistice" between himself and Mr. Williams would come to an end in Decem- ber. In order to give Mr. Williams a clear road to make the union a success, they all de- sired, he must regretfully ask the branch to make arrangements for a new secretary at the end of the war. The Welsh Advisory Com- mittee of the National Farmers' Union having failed in the purpose for which it was formed, to boring about a fusion with the Welsh Farmers' Union, he considered they must now make a choice of being loyal to the National Farmers' Union or of joining the Welsh Union, but his present ooaition was intolerable. He would ireit all the finances in order before relinquish- izur his position, but he was afraid there would he a d-eficit in the bank. His intention was to apply for the job of being official rat catcher to the County Council with free poison and j35 log. a weèk! (Laughter). They had been passing resolutions month after month against more officials and this was the result!—Mr. Kinsev: Oh. rata to this. Let UB get on. (Lauirhter).-The Chairman said be had made up his mind not to remain in the chair after the end of the year, though he, hoped to con- tinue to do all he could for the union. There was no doubt that he and Mr. Howard could not work together, and the best thing was for the both of them to go out of office.-Mr. J. Davies, the vice-chairman, moved that a special meeting be held to consider the position, but Mr. Howard said he would not convene a meeting to discuss his own funeral. (Laughter). —Mr. Howard urged they should agree to ad- vertise the post that day, but Mr, Davies's motion was adopted.
LLANGOLLEN SMlTHFIELD. I Supplies were good at Messrs. Jones and Son's fort- nightly f-aie at the Smlthfield on Tuesday, Nov. 25. Cows in-n&U made 243 and 241 103.4 calvers R41 ard i'40 as. Store shee-p fetched up to 30s. and store pigs to *10
LATEST NEWS IN BRIEF. The wife of an ex-soldier at Newry given birth to triplets, all girls. Eight farms purchased by Flint County Council for small holdings have cost 927,979. The House of Commons have rejected Mr. J. H. Thomas's Bill to allow peers to sur- render their peerages. 11 Mr. Arthur H. Macpherson, a well-known Sportsman and resident of Petrograd, has been shot by the Bolshevists. At Cwihwrch, Swansea Valley, a woman and her daughter were burnt to death as the result of a lamp overturning. The death is announced in America of Mrs. Tom Thumb (Lavinia Warren) who was born in the United States in 1842 and married to Flint County Council have approved the scheme for the formation of a Joint Industrial Council for the non-trading services (manual workers) of North Wales local authorities. ,The funeral of Mr. Hugh Jones, of Rich- mond Terrace, Blaenau Festiniog, took place on Thursday. lie was a deacon of the beion Baptist Chapel for over 45 years. Sir Rhys Williams has resigned his office of Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Transport, it is stated on. account of differ- ences of opinion with the Minister, of Trans- port, Sir Eric Geddes. An ex-gunner of the Cardiganshire Battery was finedlgl at Aberystwyth for assaulting his former sergeant major. He said he had a grievance against the complainant, who had caused him a lot of trouble in the army. At a sale of pure-bred shorthorns at King- ham, Oxon, a number of animals were not brought forward owing to the outbreak of fcot- and-mouth disease, but 63 were sold for £5,187, an average of over £91 each. In consequence of Major Harry Barnes, Coalition Liberal M.P. for East Newcastle, having intimated that he can no longer sup- port the Government the Unionist of his con- stituency have demanded his resignation. General Tom Thumb-" in 1863. The two appeared together in many parts of the, world till the General's death on July 15, 1883. Tom Thumb, whose real name was Charles Stratton, was 31 inches in height, and his wife was slightly taller. It is suggested that the Bemersyde estate of 1,357 acres, from which Earl Haig has taken his title, should be bought by the nation and presented to him. It is now owned by another member of his family, the Field Marshall being one of the Fifeshire branch. Merioneth Education Committee have ap- pointed the following headmasters;-Bar- mouth, Mr. William Hughes, headmaster of Llandderfel; Glanpwll, Mr. Lewis F. Davies, Blaenau Festiniog; Glyndyfrdwy, Mr. E. M. Jones, Llandrillo Rhyd, Mr. Cadwaladr Wil- liams, Llanfrothen. When some candidates for liead-masterships appeared before Flint County Council on Wednesday they were asked if they were total abstainers, a course against which Major Hugh j Peel and others entered a protest. The sub- ject of temperance teaching in the schools is to be raised at the next meeting. It has been found necessary to make a sup- plementary rate in Wrexham of Is. 7d. in the £ to enable the Council to carry on tiU March 31. This makes a total rate of 13s, 6d. At the same meeting it was decided to buy cock- ed hats for the members of the Council to wear on ceremonial occasions. Archdeacon Fletcher, speaking at a meet- ing of the Wrexham Deanery Association, said he felt the next general election would see a Labour Government in office. That Government would undoubtedly bring in a drastic. measure off disestablishment and dis- endowment of the Church in England. That measure would be a thousandfold more drastic than the Welsh Act, and as a result all organ- ised religion in England would suffer. Early on, Wednesday morning a farm la- bourer named George Williams, aged 67, liv- ing at Holt, was found sitting in a chair in the house of his brother-in-law with a portion of his headi)lown off. A gun was lying across his knees. His sister and her husband left Williams downstairs the previous night when they went/to bed. They did not hear the re- port of the gun during the night, but on coming down in the morning they found Wil- i liams's dead bpdy huddled up in a chair. He had been ill and out of work for some months. It is now officially stated that the 10s. re- duction on coal and the proportionate reduc- tions on gas, coke, and electricity will not necessarily be restricted to coal, gas, coke, and electricity supplied to private households. It is understood that the concession is ex- tended (following the phraseology of the Household Fuel and Lighting Order of June 23, 1919) to coal, gas, and electricity used- (a) For heating, cqoking, or other domestic purposes in any premises, or (b) For all pur- poses in a dwelling-house or in a building adjacent to or connected. with a dwelling house and occupied or used as part thereof, or in any premises used or occupied for resi- dential purposes.
i' LLANDRINIO. < I FUNERAL. —The funeral of ex-Gunner Edward Williams, soli of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. j Williams, Haiinwood, who died on Friday, took place at Lia., ( 0, on Monday, Arch- deacon Davies ant. Jlev. E. H. Saunders officiating. Deceaseu joined the R.F.A. on the outbreak of war and saw much active service in France and Belgium, being severely wounded at the battle of the Somme, when i the battery in which, he was engaged was practically wiped out. For some time hi^ life was in,the balance. When the Armistice was declared he was in hospital suffering from gas. Throughout the whole w?r he had nobly done his duty but ner really shook ofjjgihe effects of what he had gone through. l was only 30 years of age and much sympathy is felt for the bereaved family. The bearers were ex-soldiers John T. Roberts, William Clarke, George Southerton, and Edward EVans. The grave was covered with wreaths. I BANGOR-ON-DEE. I COWS IN DIFFICULTYó-Some excite- ment was caused in the district. on Thursday i.iioming, wben it ib&aame known that eome cows belonging to local farmers I were in danger of being drowned. After the recent rain the river became swollen, and the cattle in attempting to ford it to get to the fields on the other side stuck in the mud. Assistance was rendered and all were safelv got cut, ropeo having to be brought into play to ex- ir.le.stle olle tilat ?) Ia A blbr.o ? ght into P14Y to ex- tricate one that had
LLANGOLLEN AMATEURS Y. ACREFAIR JUN- IORS—Played at Acrefair oil Saturday when the home team won by 4 goals to nU. LLANGOLLEN JUNIORS v. CONVALESCENT SOLDIERS.—The two teams met on Saturday on the Juniors' ground and an enjoyable game ended in a win for the Juniors by 5 goals to oce.
Lord Mostyn has been re-elected president and Mr. F. Mortimer hon treasurer of Flint- shire Constitutional Association. 11',
I RUABON, MILITARY FUNERAL.—On Tuesday week- Mr. John Knight was laid to rest amid every token, of respect in the cemetery. As he had served both in the late war and the South African he was buried with military honours. The silver I Rnd led the procession and played the Dead March (Saul) and also at the dose of the service the hymn "Days and Moments." The Rev. Henry Glynne Jones, curate, officiated. The coffin, which was covered with the Union Jack, was carried by comrades of the deceased. Com- rades of the Great War and members of the ?Shepher(Is' Friendly Society 'attend ed. A firing- party from Wrexham Depot under Sergt..Wild? command fired over the grave. ———————?.. ? US
I SPORTING. i .tiaued Jrom page 2.) I I FOOTBAL.. I WELSH SENIOR CUP. BRYMBO INSTITUTE V. I OSWESTRY COMRADES. I VISITORS OUSTED. BRYMBO INSTITUTE 3 GOALS. OSWESTRY COMRADES 2 GOALS. (By C-li.) The re-play tie between the above clubs took place on Wettoesduy at Brymbo. It will be ?membered that the previous meeting had to beabdo:ned be- 'fOI'e time through darkness when the Institute ap- peared to be winning by the odd goal in three The homesters were .faÜly conSdent of the result, but owing to the marked improvement of the. Comrades in the latter half, the issue remained in doubt right up to the last. The ground was in a sodden condi- tion after the recent snowstorm, consequently the players were floundering about in mud, being unable to control the ball at critical .periods and frequently coming into contact with the ground. Nevertheless a good game was provided, which proved of an excit- ing nature towardls the, concluding stages. In the initial half the homesters did most of the pressing, the left wingers always being a source of danger, whiist^Glyn Jones proved a veritable stumbling block throughout. Jim I)ake,s, at back, gave a grand, dis- play of defence, saving his goal on several occasions. The visitors were, anything but sure in the first half, but with Watkins and R. Jones at back, assisted by a reliable trio of half-backs, the defence held out with only three goals registereid against them. S. Money, in goal, exhibited great resource, clearing his charge in business-like fashion many times; he cer- tainly could not be blamed forltloo three goals scored. After the change over the visitors played with con- sistency, H. Hughes and Coughliiiu jpaking dangerous excursions on the Institute's goal, and it was not long before the latter reduced the lead. Shortly afterwards the fprmer cleverly dribbled the ball through the defenders and had only the goalie to beat, but owing to the slippery field; he was unable to shoot with his accustomed force, sind Matthias had little difficulty in diverting the leather. Although the Comrades were the better team in this half the Institute did not inte-ad to visit Oowestry by losing heart and, marshalled by Glyn Jones, made some dangerous onslaughts on the visitors' goal period- ically, but the halves and backs we.re on their mettle and frustrated the attacks. I THE PLAY. ° Winning the toss tihe Institute were soofl attack- irg, R. T. Jones sending the leai-her a few inches over the bar in the first few minutes, and Glyn Jones shooting for goal, which was cleared. Some pretty work on the homesters' left wing found Wat- kins on the alart, and he kicked away. Mid-field play followed for some time, but Brymbo forced mat.1 ters and. Waitkins, in attempting to clear, accidental- ly handled in the penalty: area. Jim Davies took the sick, giving Money no chance with a fast rising shot. Spurred by this -early success the Institute forwards began to rally Tound the visitors' goal, leaving the Comrades' forwards unmarked. Watkins kicked into mid-field, and the visiting forwards, seizing the op- portunity, made a bee line for goal. Transferring the ball from the centre to Nke, the latter shot from long range for the top of the net, Matthias springing up saving, but apparently the ball was too slippery to hold land itpassed into the Inet. Direct irom the centre the homesters pressed, a beautiful shot from the toe of Jackson, on. the left, beating Money. At the other end Adams was lying too far back to take advantage of a good pass. Frost was seen to dvautage, break- ing up a combined!- movement. on the left. Two comers feU to the Institute, but were of no avail. H. Hughes made a cQnspiuous run for the Comrades, but, Jim Davies intervened and cleared. Shortly I after Money » £ tved a terrific drive under the bar from the outside left, bat was later beateii by Lloyd. Half- j time arrived in the homesters' favour by 3--1.. time arrived ki the lic After the change over the transformed themselves, and out-played the Ipstitute, for some time. During a scrimmage J. Davies got hurt and was obliged to leave the field, and it was generally thought that a one-back game would be played, thus spoil Lug-the game; but with a good heart the home- sers contInued with two backs, one of the halves filling the vacancy. It was durtng this period the homesters were fortunate. H, Hughes, eluding the defence, was unable to put force behind the ball when only the goalie confronted him, and Matthias saved. With the Comrades persistently attacking it was obvious that they must score, and Coughita notched their second point. Smarting under this re- verse, with the re-appearance of Davies, the Institute played with Tenewedi energy, but the comrades had atit,ained their stride and held them in check. H. Hughes and Coughlin were a constant source of trouble, and came within an ace of equalising. Brym- bo improved somewhat and made several attacks at the other end, but Watkins, R Jones, and the cus- todian were safe. Swiftly transferring the ball the visitors put on great pressure, appeals for a penalty kick being dismissed. No further scoring took place and the Institute earned the right to meet Rhos in the next round after a. good game. Teams:- Brymbo Institute: Matthias: S. Jones, J. Davies; Robt. Morris, G. M. Jones, E. Williams; J. C. Evans, J. Jackson, R. T. Jones, D. Jackson, G. W. Lloyd. Oswestry Comrades; S. Money; H. Watkins, R. Jones, J. Lloyd, A. LindOp, A, Frost; C. Adams, Jones, W. Coufhiin. H. Hughes, F. Eke. Referee: Mr. T. E. Jones, Wrexham. I DRAW FOR SECOND ROUND. I I I- The draw lor tne second rouna or ?ne cuu ØInIo V I Cup is as follows:— Bangor Institute y, Rhyl, referee, G. p. Juits, Rawaxden. Abeiryswyth V. Newtown, G Aberdovey. Rhayader or Llanidloes v. Llandrinio, G. Owen; Newtown. Brymbo Institute or Oswestry Comrades v. Rhos, G. D. Nunneriey, Wrexham. Coiinah's Quay v. Saltney, H, Hughes, Rhosrobin- Caerau or Cardiff Corinthians v. Barry, U. Gomer, Newport. Ton Pentre or Mardy v. MidHlfaondda, Ry Batty, Merthyr. Chepstow or Abertillery v. Rliiwdeirin or Ebbw Vale, J. C. Jones, Diiias.Powis. To be played on or before Dec. 13. Referees' fees 25s. and third-class travelling expenses.