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JEWIN NEWYDD.

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JEWIN NEWYDD. Nos Fawrth diweddaf cynhaliwyd cyfarfod blynyddol y London Welsh" Lodge o'r Temlwyr Da yn Jewin Newydd. Darparwyd yn helaeth ar gyfer ein anghenion naturiol mewn te a danteithion eraill, a gweinyddwyd yn ewyllysgar wrth y byrddau gan amryw o'r -chwiorydd. Ynav cafwyd cyngherdd o dan lywyddiaeth Mr.. Benjamin Rees, Carthusian Street, yr hwn a ddywedodd air yn fyr a phvvrpasol ar bwysigrwydd y cwestiwn dirwestol ac ar y perygl o "chwareu" a'r diodydd meddwol. Datganwyd gan Miss May John, Mr. Tom Thomas a Mr. Emlyn Davies. Caf- wyd hefyd anerchiad frwdfrydig gan Plenydd. Da oedd genym ei weled yn nerthol megis cynt ar ol blynyddau o gystudd. Nid oedd yr etholiad diweddaf meddai, wedi tori ei galon ond yn hytrach wedi peri iddo wisgo ei arfwisg yn fwy tyn, ac nid oedd ganddynt hwy fel diwyg- wyr dirwestol yr un lie i fyned ond yn mlaen. PEMBROKESHIRE DINNER. Following closely upon the <( National din- ner recently held at the Holborn Restaurant comes the county dinner of Pembrokeshire men, which was celebrated last Saturday even- :ing, under the presidency of General Laurie, M.P. This was their third annual gathering, and a large company assembled to celebrate the traditions, honour and renown of the .d Little England beyond Wales," and to eulo- gise its importance in the formation of Welsh History, and in the maintenance of the Empire. After a sumptuous repast the toast of Her Majesty was proposed by the president, the company responding by singing the English national anthem; afterwards he gave The Prince and Princess of Wales," but as the company did not know the Welsh song" God Bless the Prince of Wales," Mr. Selwyn Davis sang My Queen." Sir E. Reed, K.C.B., proposed" The Navy and Army which was responded to by General Sir Charles Wilson, K.C.B. and Majcr Saurin, afterwards the Success to the County of Pembroke was given by the Chairman, and responded to by Dr. Hicks and Mr. Marmaduke Shield. Mr. H. Owen (Owen's Pembrokshire), proposed the health of the Chairman; Mr. Edward Laws that of the Houses of Parliament," and finally Mr. T. H. W. Idris wound up by proposing "the Ladies in a happy speech. During the evening songs were given by Miss Lizzie Teify Davies, Miss Katie Thomas, J. R. Meyric and others, and a very enjoyable event ended by the singing of the Pembroke- shire anthem, which consists of Hen wlad fy nhadau," Auld Lang Syne" ''Rule Brittannia" and Y Ddau Forwr all mixed.

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John Harworth's Recitations

THE REV. J. M. GIBBON.

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LLEWELYN MEMORIAL

THE CYMMRODORION

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