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BARRY RAILvV AY LOCOMOTIVE MEN'S OUTING. On Saturday last the third holiday outing of the employees of the locomotive department of ,the Barry Railway Company was held, when, for the second time, the delightfully picturesque village of St. Fagan's was visited. The outward journey was started upon from Barry Station at 1).30, the Barry Company having kindly placed a special train at the disposal of a company of about 00, including employees, their wives, and children, and friends, the engine being gaily fcedecked with bunting and evergreens, and during the run fog signals were freely fired." Arriving at St. Fagan's the company walked to a large and suitable field adjoining the residence of Mr Robert Forrest, J.P., a Barry director, and kindly lent by that gentleman. In the field several sources of amusement had been provided through the thoughtfulness of the well-selected committee. During the day the Barry Dock Town and District Band, under the leadership of Mr James Wood, discoursed dance and other music, and the weather œ.ng all that could be desired everyone present thoroughly enjoyed the trip. The creature wants ,of the company were also adequately attended to, a large marquee having been kindly lent by Mr Forrest for the occasion, in which a substantial lunch and tea were provided, the members of the committee ably attending at the tables, the nro- visions being supplied by Messrs W. Buckland and J. O. Davies. Amongst those invited were Messrs R. Evans, general manager Barry Railway Company W. Mein, secretary do.; D. Roberts, shipping superintendent; J. Bell, C.E., resident engineer; Captain R. Davies, dockmaster; G. Butler, traffic inspector J. H. Vincent, H. H. Powell, R. W. Dyer, F. J. Evans, -&c. The entire arrangements were effi- ciently carried out by Messrs W. Buckland (chairman), J. Drew, James Baker, H. Lorimer, Evan Davies. T. Rees, R. Risk, Allen Jenkins, W. Jenkins, T. Withers, E. Evans, John Wilson, li. John, J. Hinton, E. Summers, J. Summerhayes, T. Hale, D. Ellis, W. Sharman, John Hicks, W. Padbury, G. German, and F. Waite. The inde- fatigable secretary was Mr W. D. Stradling, and the active treasurer, Mr J. 0. Davies. Amongst .the amusements provided in the field were swings, aerial flights, quoits, football, athletic sports, &c., Messrs Harry Collins and J. Evans supplying an 11 Aunt Sally and Bogie man," and Mr A. Flook provided an electrical battery (constructed by himself). FANCY DRESS FOOTBALL MATCH. An interesting and amusing fancy dress football match took place between ladies and gentlemen, tle teams being as follows :—Ladies: Goal-H Bcnger, country-woman back-D Thursby, dash- ing girl of seventeen T Knobbs, old maid; forward—E Holmes, charming young widow L Walters, marriageable duchess G Williams, belle Of the neld J Jenkins, Scotch girl; J. Taylor and W Walters, Irish girls; W Beddoe, summer costume C Lane, miner's daughter. Gentlemen Croal—W G eorge, nigger; back—Gr Williams, nigger, and W Salisbury, pantaloon forward-C Buckland and T Price, clowns; R Davies, country farmer H Nottle, costermonger D Lester, country joskin P Jlowarth and W Griffiths, niggers D &alatlaiel. pantaloon. Referee (judge), Mr H Pearce linesmen, Messrs F Chivers and P Skyrme. After a pleasant match, the "ladies" proved victorious by three goals and one disputed to nil, the Scotch lady contributing two goals and one of the Irish girls (J. Taylor) one. THE SPORTS. Suocessful sports were held, the different events f)eing well-contested, and the following were the results :—200 yards scratch race, 1st, E. Holmes 2nd, W. Beddoe. 80 yards sack race, 1st, E. Mwards 2nd, P. Thomas. 80 yards backward race. 1st, F. John 2nd, J. Jenkins. 120 yards handicap, 1st, F. John 2nd, C. H. Lane. Egg and upoon race, 1st, P. Thomas 2nd, E. Johns. Men's race (over 40 years), 1st, J. Thomas; 2nd, L. Lewis. 440 yards handieap, 1st, W. Beddoe 2nd, J. Jenkins. Potatoe race, 1st, T. Davies; 2nd, J. Evans. Three-legged race, 1st, C. H. Lane and P. Deere; 2nd, F. Johns and D. Morris. There was nlso a number of children's races, for which suitable prizes were given. Messrs E. Jenkins and R. Risk were the judges of racing, and Mr E. Summers acted as starter aad handicapper. The prizes were distributed by Mr Buckland, and before leaving, the company, headed by the band, marched to the residence of Mr Forrest. where several selections of music were rendered, and Mr J. 0. Davies in suitable terms, tendered, on behalf of those present, a hearty vote of thanks to Mr Forrest for his kindness in connection with the outing. The vote was passed with hearty cheers, and Mr Forrest graciously replied, stating he was always very pleased to extend all the assistance in his power in promoting an enjoyable outing for the men in the employ of the Barry Company. (Cheers.) He trusted these holidays were the lueans of establishing harmony and good-fellow- ship amongst those attending. (Applause.) The company afterwards proceeded to St. Fagan's Station for the homeward journey, whieh was ■saf ely accomplished, Barry being reached about nine o'clock after a most pleasant day's holiday had been spent. Several group photographs were taken during the day by Mr T. Newcombe, High-street, ¡ Barry.
EXTRAORDINARY CONDUCT OF A DONKEY AT CADOXTON- BARRY. THE ENRAGED ANIMAL CARRIES A CHILD ABOUT IN ITS MOUTH. An extraordinary incident occurred at Cadoxton- Barry on Monday afternoon last, Dr Treharne toeing called to No. 41, Church-road, to attend to injuries sustained by a five-year-old boy named Edmund Chowings. son of Edmund Chowings, labourer, who had been worried by an enraged donkey. Dr Treharne ascertained that the child had been teasing a donkey in Church-road, when the animal jumped frantically at him, and seizing the little one by the thigh, proceeded to worry him, and carried him bodily in an excited state in its •south for some distance. The child's cries for tielp attracted the attention of Mrs Chowings, who ran to the door and discovered the dangerous position of the child. Mrs Chowings rushed after the donkey, but the animal galloped away, and furiously threw the child up into the air. After a good deal of difficulty, Mrs Chowing succeeded in rescuing the child from the jaws of the ass, and on carrying him into the house found that the thigh and other portions of the right leg were covered with contusions, and Dr Treharne describes the case as a dangerous one. WHAT THE" EVENING EXPRESS" SAYS. A little Cadoxton boy has been experimenting with a donkey. This Cadoxton ass. however. didn't turn the other cheek, but took the young shaver in his mouth and galloped with him furiously all over the place, afterwards tossing him up in the air like a cricket ball. Little Edmund Chowings is in bed now, and, if he recovers, will probably entertain a lasting diffidence for donkeys. >
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THE VACANCY ON THE BARRY DISTRICT BURIAL BOARD. LIVELY VESTRY MEETING AT BARRY. MR. MORGAN NICHOLAS RE-ELECTED. A vestry meeting was held at the Church Hall. Barry, on Thursday evening, the 2Sth ultimo, for the purpose," the notice convening the meet- ing stated," of electing a member on the Barry District Burial Board in place of Mi Morgan Nicholas, resigned." The room was well filled, a prominent feature being the large number of railwaymen in attendance. The chair was taken by the Rev J. Du Heaume, B.A., curate, and amongst those present were Captain Hamilton Murrell, Messrs H. C. Griffin, sen., E. S. Johnson, R. S. Robinson, J. Johnson, J. Westacott. E. Makepeace, Morgan Nicholas, E. F. Blackmore (assistant overseer), Evan Davies, E. Williams, H. Fennell, B. Robins, G. Morgan, W. Williams, E. Parry, R. Francis, T. Lias, H. Williams, D. Davies, A. Heard, W. Jones, W. Lee, W. Paterson (member of the Local Board), Charles Tarling, S. Roberts, G. Jones, J. Westacott, kc. The boundaries of the parish of Barry having been explained by Mr Blackmore, several persons present were requested to take their places in the front benches owing to their not being ratepayers in Barry parish. Mr George Jones proposed, and it was seconded, that Mr Morgan Nicholas be re-elected. Captain Murrell: If I am in order I should like to point out that the notice convening this meeting distinctly states it is for the purpose of electing a member in place of Mr Morgan Nicholas, who has resigned. (Hear, hear.) Mr Morgan Nicholas: I should also like to point out to Captain Murrell that the notice does not state Mr Morgan Nicholas is not eligible to be re-elected. (Cheers.) Captain Murrell I don't see that that is a direct answer. I appeal to you, Mr Chairman. The Chairman By the notice it clearly says that Mr Morgan Nicholas has resigned, and some- body is to be elected in his place. (Cries of Oh and hear. hear.) Captain Murrell: I take it then I can raise an objection to Mr Nicholas being re-elected ? Mr W. Paterson Is there anything in the notice, or in the law, which prevents the re-election of Mr Nicholas(Hear, hear.) The Chairman repeated that the notice stated Mr Nicholas had resigned, and that some one had to be elected in his place. He did not know whether the assistant overseer meant that when he wrote it. Mr Blackmore said to his mind it was a mere quibbling over words, and he thought it would be fairer to take what was obviously meant by the calling of the meeting. The notice stated Mr Nicholas had resigned, so that if Mr Nicholas was re-elected it would be in the place of Mr Morgan Nicholas resigned. (Cheers.) He (the speaker) would like to say in fairness to himself that this notice was written exactly the same as previous l|otices, the last vestry meeting being held on Thursday, March 8th, in connection with the Rev Canon Allen's seat on the Burial Board. He con- sidered they would not be straining a point in re- electing Mr Nicholas, if it was the wish of the meeting. (Hear, hear.) Mr George Jones: Am I not, as a ratepayer, eligible to nominate who I like ? (Cheers, and a voice: Certainly.") Mr Paterson remarked Mr Nicholas had been a member of the Barial Board, and resigned. He considered it was a mere quibbling over a side issue, and he thought Mr Nicholas should be re- elected. (Applause.) Captain Murrell said he thought he should object to the insinuation from Mr Blackmore that he (Captain Murrell) was trying to mislead the meeting by putting a wrong meaning on the notice. He did not consider he was taking any unfair advantage of the wording of the notice. (Hear, hear.) The Chairman: When a member resigns, it seems to me he wants nothing more to do with the post. (Hear, hear.) Mr Paterson The question is simply whether Mr Nicholas is eligible for appointment on the Burial Board or not. The Chairman No, I should think not. The meeting is called to elect someone in place, or instead of, Mr Morgan Nicholas, resigned. (Hear, hear.) Mr E. S. Johnson said it had been distinctly stated once or twice at that meeting that Mr Nicholas had resigned to clear himself with regard to certain allegations. If he (Mr Johnson) understood the question rightly, Mr Nicholas did not send in his resignation until it had been suggested by the editor of the Barry Dock News. Captain Hamilton Murrell had -certainly struck the key-note—what had been termed a quibble- but it was a proper quibble, whether it had been termed rightly or wrongly. In hi3 case it was right, because Mr Nicholas did not represent him, and he had not the slightest doubt Mr Nicholas did not represent many others in that room. If a notice was posted on the church door, if it was worded correctly or not, they must go by it, and he would move that the meeting be adjourned until next Thursday. Mr Blackmore: I can't see the point of the objection. Where is it? (Hear, hear.) Is it because the wording says" in the place of ?" Or is it because, having resigned, Mr Nicholas is not eligible for re-election ? Captain Murrell having remarked that he sup- posed those queries were addressed to him. pro- ceeded to describe the proceedings at the first elec- tion of Mr Nicholas on the Burial Board, and said he was taken aback at the thirty-two persons who voted against Canon Allen, knowing, as they did, what Canon Allen was, and his abilities in con- nection with the Burial and other Boards. It seemed to him (Captain Murrell) that if Mr Nicholas had not been put forward as a representa- tive of the Trades' Council he would not have been elected otherwise on his own merits. (Hear, hear, and cries of Oh.") There was no reason given why they should vote for Mr Nicholas, and he would not vote for him on this occasion. (Hear, hear.) Mr Nicholas Captain Murrell has not answered the queries. (Laughter, and bear, hear.) Mr H. Fennell stated that a certain stigma had been cast upon Mr Nicholas' character, and it was the duty of any man in a similar position to clear himself—(hear, hear)-and in this case the only course open to do so was to resign in face of the ac- cusation that he was a bogus member of the Trades' Council. Could anyone point out why Mr Nicholas was not eligible for re-election ? (Cheers.) The Chairman I don't see why the meeting should be adjourned, and I can't see how Mr Nicholas can be re-elected. It is absurd, positively absurd, for a man to resign his seat because a few persons choose to say something about him. (Laughter and cheers.) Mr Nicholas should have remained in office, and prove that he was not a bogus member. He would, therefore, ask some one to propose a member other than Mr Nicholas. Mr Charles Tarling proposed the election of Mr Benjamin Robins, 18, Romilly-road, Barry, and Mr Samuel Roberts seconded. (Cheers.) Mr Fennell asked if the name of Mr Morgan Nicholas could not be put to the meeting. (Cheers.) Mr E. S. Johnson (addressing the chairman) said the supporters of Mr Nicholas were wrong in the steps they were taking. Mr Nicholas here rose to speak, but sat down amid cries of chair." Mr Paterson asked the chairman if he was the sole arbitrator at the meeting. If he was it was certainly of no use for anyone else to come there, and it seemed to him the chairman had one side to go with. (Cheers.) He would ask that the notice convening the meeting be read again. (Laughter.) The Chairman again read the notice. Mr Paterson I take it that the seat on the Burial Board has to be filled, and not Mr Morgan Nicholas. You are looking at the wrong side of the question. (Hear, hear.) The Chairman I don't wish to go against the wish of the ratepayers, and if Mr Nicholas can be re-elected I do not mind abiding by your decision, out it seems to me perfectly absurd that he should )e re-elected. Mr Nicholas while on the Burial Board should have shown himself worthy of the | jost. (Hear, hear.) j Mr Pabetsbri t will move that the meeting be adjourtfed for the purpose of ascertaining whether the ch^rinan's ruling is correct or not. Mr Ki'eholas (to the chairman) I will ask you in corf^bn fairness to test the feeling of the meeting /whether my name shall be put forward or not. (Loud applause.) The Chairman Mr Paterson's motion has not been seconded yet. Mr Paterson (sharply) I have withdrawn my motion, Mr Chairman, on the understanding that you put Mr Nicholas' name forward to the meet- ing. (Hear, hear.) Mr B. Robins proposed that the name of Mr Nicholas be submitted to the meeting, and Captain Murrell seconded. The selection of a member was, however, then proceeded with by a show of hands, when 39 voted for the election of Mr Benjamin Robins, and 51 for Mr Morgan Nicholas. Mr Nicholas proposed a vote of thanks to the Chairman and his supporters, and said his election by such a substantial majority was ample proof that his friends did not believe the unkind remarks made about him during the past week or two. (Cheers.) Captain Murrell asked if it was competent for him to order a poll, which he thought should be done in view of the small majority that evening, only fifteen ? Mr Blackmore replied it was competent to order a poll, but someone must guarantee the expenses, as the parish could not be put to any expense. (Hear, hear.) Captain Murrell asked the cost, and suggested £3 or £ 4, but Mr Blackmore thought it would be something like £ 10. Captain Murrell: Does the Burial Board dissolve under the Local Government Act ? Mr Blackmore No, I do not think so. Captain Murrell then seconded the vote of thanks to the Chairman, and it was carried, this concluding the business of the meeting.
THE LATE CHAPLAIN MORRIS, OF THE VICTORIA." UNVEILING A MEMORIAL TABLET AT LLANELLY. On Sunday afternoon last, a handsome brass mural tablet to the memory of the late Rev. Chaplain Morris, of her Majesty's battleship Victoria, was unveiled at the Parish Church, Llanelly, in the presence of a crowded congregation. The ceremony of unveiling was very simple, being performed by the vicar (the Rev. J. L. Meredith). An English address was then delivered by the Rev. Morgan Jones-Powell, followed by a Welsh address by the Rev. John Williams. A detachment of the Llanelly Volunteers was present, in charge of Major Bythway and Lieutenant Roderick. Among the congregation was a brother and sister of the deceased chaplain, the former of whom (the Rev. E. Morris, rector of Cadoxton-Barry) delivered a brief address, in which he thanked the subscribers for the honour they had done his brother. The tablet, which is fixed in the north wall of the chancel, bears the following inscription:- Erected by His Relatives And Friends in Honour and in Loving Memory of Samuel Shepherd Oakley Morris, M. A., Chaplain and Naval Instructor of H.M. Battleship Victoria, Who was Lost, with 359 others, on the Foundering of that Ship, In collision, off Tripoli, 22nd June, 1893, In the hour of danger and of death, When all were acting bravely, J He was conspicuous for his Self-denial and successful efforts to Serve the sick and to maintain discipline, Nobly forgetful of his own safety, He worked for others to the end, and went Down with the vessel. 1 Us last wOLds were, Steady, men, steady He was the third son of the Rev. Ebenezer Morris, for nearly 50 years vicar of this pariah -1820 to 1867. "Ie, pe rhodiwn ar hyd glyn cysgod angau, nid ofnaf niwed"—Psalm xxiii., 4." 'i'l
GOOD TEMPLARY AT BARRY DOCKS. QUARTERLY MEETING OF THE EAST GLAMORGAN DISTRICT LODGE. The quarterly session was held at Salem Welsh Baptist Chapel, Barry Docks, on Saturday last, the D.C.T., Brother A. H. N. Reddaway, being in the chair, the other officers present being D. Councillor Bro. Padfield, D. Treasurer Bro. Emery, D.S.J.T. Bro. B. Evans, D.E.S. Bro. B. Seth Jones, D. Sec. Bro. H. A. Stanbury, Bro. Rev. Tertius Phillips, D. chaplain D.V.T. Sister Mrs Jewill; G.E.S. Bro. J. Ferguson P.R.W.G.T. Bro. W. W. Turnbull, of Bristol, secretary, Western Temperance League, and 28 representatives from the different lodges in the district. District Lodge degree was conferred upon 18 candidates. The district officers' reports were read and adopted, the secretary's report showing an increase during the quarter of 97 members It was resolved that col- lections be taken from all lodges towards the mayor's fund for the relief of widows and orphans through the Albion Colliery disaster. In the evening an enthusiastic open-air meeting was held, presided over by D.C.T. Bro. A. H. N. Reddaway, when over 200 persons were present, and stirring addresses were delivered by the chairman. Bro. Padfield, D. Councillor; Bro. Rev. J. Tertius Phillips, D. Chaplain and Bro. T. Clarke, C.T., Barry Dock Lifeboat Lodge, and recitations by Bro. W. C. Clarke and Sister F. Jewill (Mission Band).
REPRESENTATION OF SOUTH GLAMORGAN. MR LEWELLEN WOOD AS PROBABLE CONSERVATIVE CANDIDATE. It is understood that a memorial is in circula- tion among the leading Conservatives and Unionists in South Glamorganshire requesting Mr Lewellen Wood, ex-president of the Cardiff Chamber of Commerce, to allow himself to be put in nomination as a candidate for the represen- tation of that division in the Conservative in- terest at the next election. The memorial is being numerously signed by the more prominent members of the party, and will be presented to Mr Wood at an early date.
BIBLE CHRISTIAN ANNUAL MEETINGS AT NEWPORT. The annual meetings of the South Wales District of the Bible Christian Connexion were held last week at Newport. The statistics which have been presented show that there has been an increase of three in the number of Sunday schools during the year, and sixteen teachers and 273 scholars had been added to the roll: The church membership increased by 25 during the same period. In con- sequence of the depression in trade, there has been a falling off in the missionary income, but the chapel income showed an increase. The official sermon was preached by the Rev J. Harwill, and at the close of the service a communion service was held and an address given by the Rev J. Honey, of Barry Dock. Mr Cruise, Barry Dock, was also one of the representatives present.
BARRY DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD. The members of the Barry U.D. School Board held their monthly meeting at Holton-road School, Barry Docks, on Monday evening last, present-Mr J. Lowdon, J.P. (chairman), Mr J. Rees (vice-chairman), Rev J. Price, Captain R. Davies, Mr B. Lewis, Dr P. J. O'Donnell, and Dr W. Lloyd Edwards, with Mr W. H. Lewis (clerk), Mr George Thomas (architect), and Mr R. Treharne Rees (the clerk's deputy). THE TEACHERS' SALARIES. On the motion of Captain Davies, it was resolved that the School Management Committee submit a report at the next meeting as to a revision of the scale of teachers' salaries. APPOINTMENT OF DEPUTY CLERK. Mr J. Rees moved, Captain Davies seconded, and it was unanimously adopted, that Mr R. Treharne Rees, the clerk's deputy, be appointed deputy clerk to the Board. CONTEMPLATED EXTENSION OF ROMILLY-ROAD SCHOOL. A recommendation was made to apply for an additional half-acre of land for the contemplated extension of Romilly-road School.—Mr B. Lewis did not consider it was wise to take such a step at present because additional provision would have to be made for school purposes in other parts of Barry.—The Chairman pointed out that it had already been decided by the Board to obtain the additional land stated and the clerk was requested to take the necessary steps in that direction, the latter gentleman being appointed, on the motion of Dr Lloyd Edwards, seconded by the Rev J. Price, to act as solicitor on behalf of the Board in regard to the purchase. TEMPERANCE TEACHING IN THE'SCHOOLS. A circular letter from Lord Templetown, embodying a scheme of temperance teaching in the schools, was referred to the School Manage- ment Committee. THE COLOURING OF CADOXTON SCHOOLS. It was resolved to advertise in the Barry Dock News for tenders for the re-colouring of the three departments of Cadoxton school. THE SCHOOL CHILDREN AND THE CILFYM DD COL- LIERY DISASTER. Mr B. Lewis inquired whether the Board had given authority to the teachers to give collecting cards to the' school children on behalf of the Albion colliery explosion relief fund. He did not object in any way to what had been done, but he considered that authority should be obtained from the Board before steps of the kind were taken by the teachers.—The Chairman concurred with Mr Lewis, but inasmuch as the present case afforded special claims in its favour, he did not raise any objection, fearing that the Board s interference might be misconstrued.—Mr Lewis said the matter was an important one because it was a precedent which the children might abase. Dr. O'Donnell considered that the collec- tion should have been confined to the children at the schools.—Captain Davies also agreed with Mr Lewis' views, although in the present instance he would be sorry to raise any objection.Dr. Lloyd-Edwards hoped the Board would not blame the teachers for what they had done.-The Chair- man: No, certainly not.—Mr Rees remarked that so far as Holton-road school was concerned the collection list closed that day.—The matter was then allowed to drop. PROPOSED EXTENSION OF CADOXTON SCHOOLS. Mr George Thomas submitted a plan of pro- posed additions to Cadoxton Schools, which was examined by the members present. EXTENSION OF HOLTON-ROAD SCHOOL. With regard to the intended acquirement of additional land for site and the erection of further buildings at Holton-road, the Clerk was authorised to apply for a new lovn. It is understood that that the additional half acre of land will be secured at the rate of B665 per acre., SUCCESS OF A. TEACHER. Miss Jane Williams, Holton-road Infants' School, wrote stating she bad been successful in obtaining the following musical certificates:— Elementary practical, elementary theory, inter- mediate practical, and intermediate theory of the Tonic Sol-fa College. NOTICE OF MOTION. Dr. O'Donnell gave notice to move at the next meeting a resolution, that no head-teacher in the employ of the Board be allowed to take private pupils in future. Dr. O'Donnell also objected to the wording of a certain minute of the proceed- ing of the previous meeting, and stated that it was not a true record of what had taken place, and he would take steps to move the recision of such minute.—The Chairman remarked that Dr. O'Donnell would not be in order in doing this within three months after the minutes were passed. It was, Mr Lowdon added, a record of the proceedings of the previous meeting, and it had been duly passed by the Board. — Dr. O'Donnell was proceeding to reply, when the Rev. J. Price rose to a point of order, and the matter was allowed to drop after some further desultory remarks had been made thereon. -u_
Y GONGL GYMREIG. ¡ CYFARFODYDD BLYNYDDOL JERUSALEM (M.C.), HOLTON-ROAD, BARRY DOCK. Cynhaliwyd y cyfarfodydd uchod y Sul a'r Llun cyntaf o'r mis hwn, pryd y pregethwyd gan y Parchn. Moses Thomas, Resolven a M. D. Jones, Mountain Ash. Cynhaliwyd cyfarfod prydnawn Sul yn y Tabernacl, yr hwn gapel a roddwyd at ein gwasanaeth gan frodyr parchus yr eglwys hono. Yr oedd y gweinidogion yn traddodi yr hen, hen hanes gyda hwyl, bias, ac arddeliad. Gobeithio y gwelir ffrwyth lawer yn canlyn pregethu mor ragorol mewn adeiladu yr eglwys ac achub llawer o bechaduriaid o'r newydd, a'u gwneyd o nifer y rhai a fydd byth yn gadwedig.
AT GYMRY RHANBARTH BARRI. ANWYL GYDGENEDL,-Dymunaf alw eich sylw oil at y cyfarfod llenyddol sydd i'w gynal yn Barri yr wythnos gyntaf yn Medi, gan obeithio y bydd i bawb gymeryd at barotoi yn brysur 'nawr ar gyfer y cyfarfodydd. Gobeithio y gwna y rhai mwyaf blaenllaw yn mhob eglwys alw sylw ato ar unwaith, a gofalu fod y plant a'r bobl ieuainc yn cael pob help i barotoi yn dda ar gyfer y cystad- leuaethau o bob math, gan gofio fod llawer o waith wedi ei osod ar gyfer y plant a'r bobl ieuainc. Y mae cymaint o gyfarfodydd o bob math wedi bod yn y lie yn ddiweddar fel nad ydyw yr eglwysi wedi cael mantais i roddi y sylw dyladwy i'r rhaglen (programme). Da genyf ddeall fod rhai eglwysi wedi dechreu yn rhagorol eisioes, ac wedi gwerthu yn agos i dri ugain o ragleni. Da iawn; y mae rhagor i'w cael. Yr ydwyf wedi danfon sypynau i bob eglwys ag oedd yn cael ei chrynrychioli ar y pwyllgor, a bydd yn dda genyf roddi rhai i'r unig achos Cymreig nag oedd yn cael ei gynrychioli ar y pwyllgor, ac nid ydyw yn rhy ddiweddar eto i ychwanegu at rif y pwyllgor lluosog hwn. Gobeithiwn glywed, yn ystod y pythefnos nesaf, fod y lie yn fyw gan weithgarwch o un pen i'r llall o'r lie. Dylid cael parti ar -1 Marseillaise," ac ar "Breuddwyd y Frenhines," o bob capel yn y dosbarth. Gall pob capel gael wyth o blant, 'does bosibl; ac felly rai mewn ced. Yr ydwyf wedi clywed y bydd yn debyg y bydd pump o gorau yn cystadlu ar y prif ddarn, a llawer rhagor ar y parti, &c. Da iawn. Ymeflwch ynddi ar unwaith. Hefyd, na fydded i'r cyfansoddwyr cerddorol anghofio y don, ar y geiriau prydferth, Pan ddaw yr haf." Dysgwyl- iwn hefyd y bydd yr areithwyr yn ymfflamychu yn ofnadwy ar y Manteision o ddysgu Cymraeg ar yr aelwyd gartref i'r plant." Ni a hyderwn y setlir tynghed y Gymraeg yn y lie ar ol y cyfarfod yma, ac na chlywir dim o'r iaith fain ar ein haelwydydd byth mwy a dyweded yr holl bobl- oedd "Amen." Cofied y cyfansoddwyr cerddorol ddanfon y tonau i'r beirniaid cerddorol erbyn yr 21ain o Awst. 'Nawr, bobl, torchwch eich llewis, a ffwrdd a hi," meddai J. D. DAVIES, Ysg.
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