Ir a— winiiMi —a ii ■■iniiii mm ro»i»aii.'j—aaa I The Doctor says 'Rest and Sea Air!' but where's the • money to come from? dzzW f f $\Y/HAT provision have you made lor possible illness ? | W It is- a contingency you cannot afford to neglect. I j&& One hopes that it may never be so, yet it is possible 9 i that you may have to undergo an expensive operation, or send your children away for months to the seaside. I ou may regret it all your life long if. when misfortune comes to you or yours, you have not enough money put by to do .all that is possible for the sufferers. f < Yon cannot make any wiser provision againtl illness than by investing your weekly or monthly savings in Savings Certificates. Money invested in this way grout by' itselj Should you need it at any time you can get the whole of it back, together with any interest due, by giving a few days notice. Cav/n&s | (iJ CERTIFICATES Obtainable th"urk -vour local SA VI.VGS ASSOCIA TION, orfrom._ any Bank, Money Order Poit Office or Official .Arent. «_/ THE EASIEST WAY to save money U to bur Stamps. All Po*t Officas and irit. tAoltJl -I, ej each. You stick them on Savings Card* (obtmn- mwy shops £ «1 them- TW co*t 6filled wiH bo exchanged at any Port • OffiJL for aES:vi«:Cartif!ca.V8lfhU Certificate thu. co.u you IS/6.and in f.ve time you wiH receive back £ 1 for it. In ten year, it will fee worth £ 16 0 t~,ou. ThU U the be.t, safest and b»i! profitable method of investing saving*. BBM——B—3—— May I have the pleasure of serving you C\ M&t with a Dainty Meal during your stay in J 8 £ k ABERYSTWYTH ■(& For the past Century my shop has been noted for the supply of Attractive Repasts at Most Resonable Prices. I also Specialise in the production of DELICIOUS CAKES, FANCIES, &c. Just the sort of things in fact that give a zest to a O-7" :ES J»sr (D. W. TEVIOTDALE). High Class Baker, Confectioner & Caterer, 19-21, NORTH PARADE, ABERYSTWYTH R|M up on .k= PHONE No. 32 a.d ,eU m. IMMEDIATELY on ,o»r arrival. Watch Our Windows, and come to inspect our Millinery Showrooms. Weare making a special display of MILLINERY, BLOUSES, etc. of the newest Styles at Stitt! Stitt! Stitt! No. 17, TERRACE ROAD, A. W. VIGARS, fronmonger&c., Aberystwyth. Reapers, Mowers, Binders, Rakes, Churns, Cheese Presses, Chain Harrows, Netting and all requirements for the Season. ABERYSTWYTH ROCK ABERYSTWYTH BRANCH-TRINITY ROAD. REES <S1 JENKINS. I Sole Agents Geo. Kemp, Ltd., London (Noted Rich Cakes and Biscuits Harvino Toffee, Moseley Jellies, Nut and Plain Chocolate. Birmingham 587-9-Hearwood Road. Local Depot (from where all supplies can be obtained). Bridge End, Llanbadarn Fawr Aberystwyth. & 189 fRUIT BOTTLING. LARGE CONSIGNMENT TO HAND OF THE "KILNER" JAR, lib. 8/6. 21bs. 9/6. 31bs. 12/6 per Dozen. O'CEDAR MOPS. — O'CEDAR OIL. 3/6, 5/2, 6/3. 1/3, 2/6, 5/ 7/6. MILTON Does 101 things. 1/3 and 2/6 per Bottle. W. H. JONES, General Ironmonger, 36, Great Darkgate Street, ABERYSTWYTH. Telephone No. 18. FOR THE VERY LATEST CREATIONS IN Millinery, Gowns, Neckwear, &c Discriminating Buyers cannot do better than visit The Misses M. E. EVANS, ( O,t).site I QUEEN'S SQUARE, ABERYSTWYTH IVffrftiii. This man is 8a vlng time and money by using our FLEXIBU 214 COMPO- SITION STAMPS cheape and better than Stencils, Writ B.. for Catalogue. and you can mark Kley Btos., Ltd., any Cases BRANDING STAMP or Bags in MANUFACTURERS, the time you could 118-120, Dale Street, tJ t e D" LIVERPOOL. one- JOHN LLOYD & SONS Town Criers, Billposters & Distributors. flawing the largest number of most prominent Posting Stations, "n all parts of Aberystwyth and District, they are able to take large contracts of every description. OVER 100 STATIONS IN TOWN AND DISTRICT. Official Billposters to the Town and County I "Councils, G.W.R. Co., Cambrian Railways Co., all the Auctioneers of the Town and District, aend other Public Bodies. Address TRINITY ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH. Messrs. JONES BROS. Garage/North Parade, ALevystwyth, Will run a MOTOR SERVICE between ABERYSTWYTH AND 'ABERAYRO'N DAILY. a.m. p.m. Dept. Aberystwyth 8.30 4.30 Arrive Aberayron 9.30 6.0 Dept. Aberayron 9.30 615 Arrive Aberystwyth 11.0 7j45 CAP PAPERS. Blue Cambridge, 18 x 28 8/6 Lemon, 18x29 -8/6 Brown (Striped Nature) 8/6 Brown Nature 7/- Lemon, 14x20 -5/6 ALL IN STOCK. Immediate Delivery. Cambrian News, ABERYSTWYTH.
Y Golofn Gymraeg. EDN Y DDRYCTN. Tramwyai drwy y pcmtref bach Ag araf giffn o ddrws i ddrws, Ei phasgcd wiail ar ei braich, Ac ar ei bron ei baban tlws. Hi wybu frathiad mCl;lt ysgorn Rhianedd balch mewn sidan gwych, A hithau'n edwi, brudd Dan farrug oer ci chreuloii nycli. I A chlywai chwcrthin 2-rnbeU lane Yn cedi'n ysig ar ei chlyw, Hyd oni theimlai dan ei ehroes Mai gwell codd marw braidd na byw. Dru^arog Dduw, mces o dy falm Ar chwerwaf friw ei phenyd erch, Cans gwyddost bang y fro-n a roes I Ei chyfan oil ar allor serch. AMANWY. GAIR Y GWETNIDOG RHYFEL Y mac Mr. Churchill, o'r diwedd, wedi gtwneuthur mynegiad swyddog'ol ynghylch y sefyIlfa yn Rwsia, ac or na lwyrldodd i dclileu yn lIwyr y drwgdybiaeth sydd ym meddwl un adran arbennig o'r boblogaeth, y roae o lpiiaf wcdi symud ymaith both o'r pryder a P-t-ho-,id gan y gwalianol chwedlau a daenwyd ar draws y wlad yn vstod yr v/vthnosau cli- weddar. Dvwedodd Mr. Churchill nad oocld cvnllun y Llywodraeth wodi newid yr un mymryn, ac mai arfaeth yr awduydodau o hyd ydoedd dwyn vr holl fiiwyr Prydeinig yn ol o Rwsia cyn dyfod o'r gacaf. Eglurodd, serch hynny, nad oedd fodrl galw'r cwbl yn ol ar ddiwrnod o rybudd, fcl petai, ac yr oedd. gnnnym hefyd ddyleinwydd i'w gyflawni i'r brrdbrion hynny odd mevon perygl yn rhanbarthau pell Gogledd Rwsia. Felly, er bod brwydro o hyd yn y parthau hynny, y mae'r Gweinidog Rhyfcl wedi rhoddi ei air unwaith eto na bydd yr un gatrawd Brydoinig yng nghymdogaeth Archangel a Murmansk pan ddaw'r gaeaf ar ein gwarthaf. Ni bydd liyrniy, wrth gwrs, yn golygu y bydd helynt Rwsia yn diweddu'r pryd hwnnw, ond v bydd y tvigcxlion eu hunain, o hynny ymlaen, i t-p-nderfynu rhvngddvnfc a'i gilydd ynghylch ')b ayighA^dweld. Eithr y roae'ii ddiau ua wneir hynny heb goJli llawer rhagor o waed ac achosi trueni mawr. LLAFUR YN UNFRYD. Ymddengys, er hynny, nad yw Llafur yn hwriadu gwrando dim ar eglurhad y Gwein- idog Rhyfel, ac yn y Gyngres fawr a gyn- haliwyd yn Glasgow, yr wythnos ddiweddaf, dau yn unig- a gododd ou dwylo yn orbyn y penderfyniad yn galw ar i'r Llywodraeth ddi- ddymu Deddf Gorfodaeth ar unwaith a galw yn ol, heb ragor o oedi, yr holl filwyr oedd gonnvm yn Rwsia. Ac nid yr eithafwyr ymhith yr arweinwyr Llafur oedd ar y blaen gvda'r cwestiwn hwn Nid oedd neb gadarn- ach wrth gnfn y pe»iderfyniad na Mr. J. H. Thomas, gwr a gy3naby<"Mir ga.n bawb fel un dioeol ei farn a phwyllog ei yinresymiad, a dywedodd yn groew, er cefncgi ohono orfod- aeth pan oedrl gwir aches am hynny yn nyddiau tywyll v rhyfet!. fod Llafur yn unfryd yn erbyn "igorSbdaeth fei rhanf sefyidlog o'r cynIlun trwladol. Yr oedd y Gyngres hefyd yn wr-ddol unol o blaid conedlaetholi'r glofoydd, ac er fod y Ileiafrif yn siarad yn gryf iawn yn erbyn hynny, yr oedd yn amlwg fod mwyafrif mawr y gwahanol undebau yn barod i sefvll wrth gofn y glowyr ar y cwestiwn anodd hwn. 0 leiaf, pleidledsiodd Yn agos i bod air miliwn a hanner o'i blaid. YN TYNNU'N GROES. Nid mor unol oedd y Gyngres Lafur gyda g(;\1wg ar y "direct action" a glywir cymaint o son am dano y dyddiau hyn., a che.isiwyd taflu hwnllw o'r neilltu hob wneuthur unrhyw bendorfyniad terfynol yn ei gylch. Siarad- odd amryw o'r arwcinwyr yn gryf yn el-byn defnyddio gallu Llafur ynglyn a chwestivnau ewbl wleidyddol, gan ddywedyd y dylai Llafur, fel pob plaid arall, fantffisio ar ethol- iad cyffredinol i sicrhau yr hyn a geisiant yn y cyfeiriadau hynny. Yr oedd Mr. Clynes, olynydd Arglwydd Rhondda yn y Weinydd- iaeth Fwyd, yn gadarn a.r y pwnc. Ni achosai symudiad fel hynny, ebr ef, namyn rhyfel gartrefel, a chanlyniad hynn y yn bonnaf fyddai "torri poniiau'r gwcithwyr- a thorri calonnau'r gwragcdd a'r mcrched." Mae'n amlwg, felly, nad yw Mr. Smillie yn mynd i gael ei ffordd ei hun ymhob dim er ei fod yn eglur bod adran heJaeth iawn o'r cj nrychiolwyr yn barod i ssfyll wrth ei gefn hyd yn cod gyda.'r mater hwn. Nid oes gen- nym ond gobeithio, wedi'r cwbl, na welir defnyddio'r arf liwn. or cyrraodd amcanion gwleidyddol yn unig, a chan fod Llafur ei hun yn ansicr ar y peth diau mai fal liynny y bydd. PLAID A CHENEDL. cyfan, yr unig ffcrdd deg i ni syl- weddoli ein dyheadau gwleidyddol yw trwy gyfrwng y bleidlais, a hwyrach y caiff Llafur ei gyfle yn gynt nag y mae nob yn tybio ar hyn, o bryd. Beth bynnag, arwyddion o anesmwythter y sydd) y dy(]diaix hj-n, yn y cylehoedd uehel. Yr oedd y Prif Weinidog i ddycliwel o'i wyliau ganol yr wythno-s hon, ac i annerch cyfarfod mawr yn y City Temple ddydd Mercher, a diau y bydd ei 8raith yn rliyw ddangoseg o'r hyn y bwriada'r Llywcd- raeth ei wneuthur yn wyneb y sefyilfa aflon- ydd heddyw. Nid yw'r Senedd yn agor tan yr edlfed ar hugain o'r mis nesaf, aq yn y cyf- amser bydd y wlad yn naturiol yn disgwyl mynegiad oddiwrtho ar y mynych problemau sy'n rhwygo bywyd .y wlad. Yn. ol geiriau Mr. J. 1-1. Thomas yn y Gyngres Lafur, ni thybir yn gyffradinol fod y Llywodraeth yn barod i ddevbyn cais Llafur ynglyn a chen- odlaetholdeb, canys awgrymwyd yn y Gyn- ha/lledd y bydda.i'n rhaid iddynt gyfarfod eto maes o law i benderfynu pa. gam arall i'w gymeryd i'r cyfeiiriad liviiillw. C^dnabyddir gan amryw o'r arweinwyr Llafur eu hunain nad a'u hundebau hwy y mae a fynno'r cwes- tiwn hwn yn gyfangwW; a gwir yw hynny. Pan .fo cwestiwn cenedlaetholdeb gerbron, dylai'r genedl i gyd, bob dosbarth a phlaid o honi, fod n'i Hais yn y mater. PWY SYDD I ARWAIN? Ao\yn hwyr neu hwyrach y mae'n lhaid i'r cwostlwn hwn gael ei benderfynu gan y genedl i gyd gyda'i gilvdd, a, ninnau bawb i blygu i'r ddedfryd. Nid yw'r wlad yn gyffredinol yh awyddus i gael etholiad cenedlaetliol eto ar unwaith, ond ni buasai'n syndod i lawer pe bai'r Prif Weinidog, hyd yn oed ar hyn o bryd, yn gollwng. ymaith y Senodd ac yn apralici draohofn i'r wlad-nid o anghenraid ar gwestiwn cenedlaetholdob y glofoydd non unrhyw ddiwydiant arall, eithr ar gwestiwn o awdurdod seneddol yn unig. A phetai Mr. Lloyd George ei hun yn ymddiswyddo, pwy, atolwg, a. geid i lenwi'r bwlch? Pe lwydclaj i'r Blaid GeidwackJ gymryd yr awonau, dywedir fod Mr. Balfour yn rhy oedranus a Mr. Bonar Law yn colli mewn cyfrwyister; ac nid oes fawr o ffydd gan y blaid ychwaith yn Mr. Walter Long, Mr. Chamberlain, a'r Arglwydd Robert Cecil. A beth am y Blaid Lafur? Prun ai Mr. Smillie ai Mr. Clynes sydd i arwain? Mr. Ramsay Macdonald ynteu Mr. J. H. Thomas? -ac enwi namyn pedwar o'r dwsin y gellic1 eu hemwi. Dywedir yn awr fod Mr. Asquith i ddychwel eto i'r Senedd, ac yn wir diau y'i gwelir yno maes o law, ond ar wahan iddo ef nid oes ar hyn o bryd ond Syr John Simon gan y Rhyddfrydwyr hwythau, ac nid yw af yn gryf iawn ei afael y dyddiau hyn. Pwy, ynteu, y sydd i lenwi'r bwlch os torrir of ? TERFYSG IWERDDON. Yn mynd o ddrwg i waeth y mae Twerddon y dyddiau diweddaf hyn, a swn cynhenna yn torri ar draws popeth yno. Daw'r milwyr a'r Sinn Ffeiniaid i wrthdarawiad yn gyson, ac y mae'r lladd a'r ysheilio yn gwneuthur bywyd yr ynys yn ddiwerth hollol. Yr Iwcrddon a Rwsia yw'r ddau ysmotyn duaf yn y gwledydd i gyd hoddyw. lTae Awstria, erbyn hyn, wodi arwyddo'r cytundeb hodd- wch. ac y mae'r Almaen, hithau, ynghyda'r gwledydd eraill Vn graddol ddod yn ol i lwyb- rail heddweh. Eithr yn yr Iwcrddon nid oes argoel bod unrhyw awydd i gynghreirio am fywyd gwell, ac nid oes a fvnno un adran o'r bobiogaerth a deddfau oddieithr ei dedclfal1 gwyllt ei hujn, ac nid yw'r deddfau hynny yn parchu neb pwy bynnag. Ac ofer i gyd yw i unrhyw Llywodraeth geisio ffurfio cynllun i gymodi'r wlad, canys nis derbynnir gan y mwyafrif ohonynt ar unrhyw fath. o delerau, ond y telerau sy'n ysgam Prydain a'i Hym- erodraeth oddiwrtbi. Y mae cwestiwn yr Twerddon vn ddrae-nen ym mywyd Prydain FawT1 er ys blvnyddau bellach, ac or llunio o'r Llywodraeth wahanol fesurau, o bryd i'w eilvdd, i geisio pontio'r anawsterau. nid oes fodd cael yr un bont yn ddigon llydan i gael cyme-radwyaet11 eithafwyr yr Ynys Werdd. POB UN A'I DYDDYN. C'ywsom lawpr o son, rai blynvddan yn ol, am hyrwyddo'r cynllun o fan-ddaliadan amaeithyddol, a.c erbyn hyn mae' l' cynllui hwrnnw yn mynd rhagddo yn gyflvm iawn, nid trwy rvm unrhvw ddeddf, eithr yn unig oblegyd amgylehiadau arbennig y wlad ar hyn o bryd. Swn gwerthu sydd i'w glywed ymhobman, ymron, a'r ystadau mawrion yn graddol gael eu torri i fyny. Yr esgus cyff_ red in a roddir dros hyn yw trymder beich- iau'r trethi, ac o'r herwydd mae'r perchen- ogion tir yn awvddus i vmryddhau o'r oldeb mawr sydd ynghlwm wrth eu heiddo tirol, ac yn suddo eu harian mewn antur- iaethau eraill. Yn fuan iawn bydd y rhan fwyaf o amaethwvr y wlad yn berchen ar eu fferm eu hunain, megis a y mae'n gySredm er ys tro mewn ami i ardal yng N ghymru. a gwelwn ninnau yr hen deuluoedd penr«efig- kaidd yn graddol ddiflannu o'r bywyd gwledig,
Merioneth Decision. I eH PURCHASE FOR SMALL HOLDINGS. The Merioneth Small Holdings Com- mittee met at the Police Station on Monday. It was decided to purchase part of the estate belonging to Mrs. Wynne, Peniarth, Towyn, for the sum of £ 8,300, also land on the Alorfa Fawr Lian- bedr, for £ 2.600, with a view of uti#sing the land as small holdings for ex-service men. It was further resolved to take out compulsory powers for the purchasing of land to the value of £ 10,000 for small holdings.
Poet's Corner. CAMBRIA Hail to t'.ec Cambria! Well may thy child; Rise from their couch and in ecstacy sing Blithe as the lark, overflowing with rapture, Turn to the muse to give VIe soul wing. Cradled in loveliness, grandeur, and freedom, Who could refrain from the impulse so strong s In war awl in peace, in joy and in sorrow, Scaace is found in their outburst of sonz. Fain, too, would T. who enraptured havo rambled By river and crag to thy mountainous heights. Sing of the grandeur that held m, in silence And fed -no with tnought, lying wakeful at nights. Long, have I gazed tsai the clouds over Snowdcn Almif w&tgfi'etf. his tlnrobing,) as piercing the )Y" TTi:5 like a giant's in victory appearing, Seomed proudly the vaporous veil to defy. On Cader I've been when mist all surrounding. Has made forms of men made giants appear, While far distant voices have echoed out cleariv As though the unseen ones must surely be ncar- From Precipice Walk I have seen in the gloaming. That noble form swathed in the sun's dying glow, As though casting a mantle of gold all around him, Ere passing the Island of Bardsey below One scene have I viewed that will no'o1' be forgotten. Though thirty years now must have nassed since that eve, When strolling from Barm,outh across to the Junction, Mine was? the privilege this to perceive The mr..on over Cader's west 4houlder was rising And casting her light in the dark waters near. Where as in a mirror the mountains' reflections Lay outlined, reversed in dota.il most clear Then turning to Westward, the sun like a furnace, Emblazoned the f-ky with his fast fading ray! And passing to-night, while the moon grew in brightness— O'eircome by the splendour, I lingered to praise. I On the west of Great Orme—the old doctor— I lingered. A lad, on thy mountains. I first stricken gazed, As the Penmaens, like velvet, at eve lay before me. And love of thy grandeur within me was raised. 'Tis full fifty years since my vision awakened To love of thy mountains, thy castles and streams Harlech and Criccieth, Carnarvon and Conwav. Deganwy and Rhuddlan, now strong but in dreams. Thy passes of Sychnant, Llanberis, and GIac- lyn, Thy old Druid circles still carry thoughts back To the days of thy fathers so full of devotion, Which we in our freedom ullhapp ly lack. Long may thy sens and thy daughters continue To sing of the glories that round them are spread. ( Reminders in plenty—thy cradle cf nature May rock us to sleep-to thy glories not dead., I Heaton Moor. THOMAS FARRAR.
PONTERWYD CONCERT.—In consequence of the Council School being too small to accommodate the attendance at an entertainment on the 10th, the C.M. Chapel was utilized. The chair was occupied by Mr. William Evans, and the chief artistes were Mr. David Evans, London, a native of Ponterwvd. Miss Mary J. Evan. Penygarn. and United Choral Society of Pont- erwyd, Ystumtuen, and Devil's Bridge, con- ducted by Mr. John Morgan. Mrs. Davies accompanied.
RHEIDGL VALLFY. DTSCHARGED.-Privafe John Meredith, S.W.B., second son of Mrs. Anne Meredith and of the late Mr. Wiliiam Meredith, Tyny- fron, who joined the colours prior to the sign- ing of the armistice, and was subsequently a member of the Army of Occupation on the Rhine, in the neighbourhood of Cologne, has been discharged owing to the state of h:g health.
(continued from previous column). a'r rhai hynny a gasglodd eu cyfoeth yng ngbvfyngdor y rhyfel yn meddia,nnu eu palasdai. 0 loiaf, dyna'r argoelion sydd yn y wlad heddyw, ym mhob rhan ohomi, a phob orw o'r tir yn cyrraedd crogbris, ymron, yn yr arwerthiantau. Yn fuan iawn, felly, fe ddown yn gdnedi o fan dyddynwyr heb wneuthur o'r awdurdodau unrhyw ymgais uniongyrchoJ i'n troi i'r cyfeiriad hwnnw.
CYNCRAIR Y GENHEDLOEDD. Cynlielir cynhadledd y. Cymdeithasau Gwir- fcddol ynglyn a Cyngi-air y Cenhcdloedd vm Mrussels oddeutu diwedd mis Hydref, ac nid ar yr 22ain o'r mis hwn feI y bwriadwyd un- waith. Bydd dirprwyaeth Undeb Cyngrair y Cenhedloedd yn cynrychio,li Prydain Fawr, yn un hynod o gref. Mac Mr W. J. Treseder Griffin, Caerdydd, yn un o gyd-ysgrifenyddion y G)nhadledd.. Derbyniwyd atebion bodd- haol eisoes oddiwrth y gwledydd canlynol:- Franco, Belgium, Yr Unol Dalaethau, Norway, Roumania., Yugo-Slavia, China a Pholand. Anfonwyd gwahoddiadau i eraill o wladwr- iaetha-u cyngreiriol ac amhleidgar, ac hefyd i'r trefodigaethau hynny lie y ceir cymdeithasau'n gysylltierlig a'r Cyngrair, Cynhadledd Brussols fydd y trydydd eistead- iad o'r Cymdeithasau Gwirfoddol y flwyddyn hon. Gwaith y cyntaf, gynhaliwyd ym Maris yn Ionawr, oedd rhoi o flaen prif weinidogion y cenhedlocdd cyngreiriol nifer o benderfyn- iadau'n ymgorffori opiniynau y Cymdeithasau Gwirfoddol parthcd Cyfamod Cyngi'air y Cenhedloedd. Amcan yr ail, gynhaliwyd yn Llundain ym mis Mawrth, oedd archwilio y Cyfamod ag awgrymu man welliantau. Ynglyn a. materion o bolisi a chyfansoddiad cyffredinol bydd y trydydd eisteddiad ym Mrusselg y pwvsicaf gynhaliwyd hyd yn hyn. 0 dan y pennawd cyntaf-polisi-go"c rhaid ar y Gynhadledd i ystyried pa fodd i roddi grym i'r rhannau hynny o'r Cyfamod Heddwch gyfeiriant at Gyfamod Cyngrair y Cenhedloedd, yn neilltuol felly'r egwyddor o ymddiriedolaeth a sefydlu prif-lys rhyng- genedlaethol. 0 dan r- ail—c^yfa<nsod'diad— ytstyrir y priodoldeb o riurfio swyddfa rhyng- genedlaethcl o'r Cymdeithasau hyn gvda phrif swyddfa yng ngliartref y Cyngrair. Ei I gwaith fydd galw ynghyd gynadleddau fel y bydd achlysur i hynny a sicrhau cyd-weittj- rediad ymysg y Cymdeithasau Gwirfoddol ymhob gwlad.. 1 Amcan v Cymdeithasau Gwirfoddol yn y gwahanol wledydd ydyw, ar un Haw, creu diddordcb yn y Cyfamod ac, ar llaw arall. gweithredu mewn perthynas i'r Cyngrair fel olferynau i roddi mynegiant i'r farn gyhoeddu8. Ar hyn o bryd perthyna pwysigrwydd arbenig i'r olaf, oherwydd trwyddo y gaJluogir y gwahanol genedloedd i ffurfio golygiadau ar bolisi y Cyngrair yn y dyfodod a'i gyfanpodd- iad yn ystod y tymor hwnnw o ddi-weithtrrl tra'n aros derbyniad ffurfiol y Cyfamod Hedd- wch.
Railway rates are likely to be increased. The matter is under consideration, and it is understood that Sir Eric Geddes, as Minister of Transport, once the Advisory Committee set up under the new Act is complete, will use the powers conferred on him.
Loss of Appetite. Loss of appetite is usually traceable to some form of stomach or liver trouble, and may be taken as a sig nthat the digestive system is in need of a stimulating tonic. When you can t | eat, or when food is distasteful, justify the effect of taking Mother Seigel's Syrup daily after your meals. This splendid stomachic remedy tones up and strengthens the digestive organs, sharpens the appetite, and regulates and invigorates the whole system. Then you not only eat your food with a relish, but, more im- portant still, the food you eat enriches your blood, nourishes your body, increases your strength and vitality, and makes you look well, I feel well. and keep well. Put it to the test.
I Church to Wales- THE HW PRO .TIN(¡. Far-reaching deiSte^Ons will be discuSs*odv the spec'-al meetings of the Gov of the Church in Walos at K r 1 September 30th to October 3rd, incluv important question of the ere ation ecclesiastical Province of Walet, wifco Bn archbishop, and a proposal will b»2 preso^t^U requesting the president (the Bishop of Asaph) to invite the Archbishop of Canter* g, bury to take such steps as may btv nocessary* to constitute the four dioceses of "Wales into t an ecclesiastical province." The Constitutional Committee has met sinco Llandrindod Whit-Week Conference, undO! the chairmanship of Mr. Justice Sankey, and w..l1 make the following recommendation to tlid Governing Body at Rhyl:—"That this Ccms- mittee is of opinion that the best solution of the difficulty with regard to the Provincial Synod would be the addition of clauses to the constitution of the Governing Body to the effect that diocesan bishops sit in the Govern- ing Body as representing the ancient Provin- cial Synod, and that nothing in the constitu- tion shall interfere with their authority as such, except that the right of legislation is reserved to the Governing Body in accordance with the methods laid down m the constitu- tion, and that such bishops shall have the right to meet apart, with the suffragan and assistant bishops present for consultation purposes, but without a rote." The Com- mittee further resolved: "That this Com- mittee is of opinion that there should np. a Province of Wales, and that the metropolitan thereof should be styled archbishop." There is likely to be discussion on the carv- ing out of two, if not more, dioceses from the existing four in Wales as already indicated in the "Cambrian News." Llanbadarn it is hoped, will be one of the new dioceses. An important interim report will be pre- sented by the Spiritual Influence Committee with regard to the difficulty of providing Church Schools in Wales with Church teachevs The Governing Body will be asked to em- phasise the supreme importance of kee., inter est being bken in Church children in e'e- mfmtary schools who are likely to become teachers both during their t'mes in elementary schools and during their s ^sequent tratning in intermadiata schools. It is sue,estclt further that the provision of Church teachers might be increased if the education committees of the Board of Finance of the four Welsh dioceses were asked to establish loan funds for the benefit of Church students' desiring to enter the Church training colleges and prepared 'to work in Wafes, and if a joint committee re- presenting the four Welsh dioceseq were established for the purpose of organising the searol^ for future Church schoolmasters and schoolmistresses. A Special Committee will present a series of recommendations indicating the lines on which a satisfactory scheme of training for the ministry might be organised. The principal proposals are as follows(1), Tha.t the normal minimum of the time nf training for the ministry should be an arts" course of threo years, followed by two years of theological preparation, and by a further period of a year's devotional and pastoral training. (2) That in the case of candidates of. ovr twenty-five years of age whom the bishop of a diocese accepts without a degree no financial help from Church funds shall be given unless such candidates pursue the second half of the six "ca.rs training. 3, That there should be a scholarship of S50 a year to every approved theological candidate, to be paid from the central fund of the Church, but that any Welsh Church scholar may relinquish the emoluments of the scholarship without for- feiting the title. (4) That any additional funds required by a Welsh Church scholar should be provided in the form of bursaries bv the diocese from which he is recommended. (5) That no candidate be regarded as ap- proved" unless having been first recommended by a diocesa^ committer lie be subsequently accepted by the central committee. Another Committee, over which the Bishop of St. David's presides, will report that, as the Wolsh Church Printing and Publishing Company (Lampcter) has decided to cease Arvr-rptio^s pt the ond of September, it would not be feasible or advisable in present cir- cumstances to try to float a new company, and that to bring out a purely Welsh Church paner seemed impossible, owing to financial and other difficulties. The Governing Body will therefore, be recommended to accept the offer of the "Church Family Newpaper" to InenJise a bilingual edition for Wales for twelve months as an experiment. The ques- tion of the publication of the "Haul" has heon referred to the Advisory Committee.
CORRESPONDENCE. HUNGRY CHILDREN. Sir,-Ib is no exaggeration to say that for two or three years, over wide areas of Central laid Eastern Europe and Asia Elinor the popu- lations have known hunger to the point ol starvation. More particularly has the weight of this misery fallen on children, for it does not take so long to starve a child as to starve a grown-up man or woman. From the reports of those who have travelled in Germany, Russia, Austria. Hungary, Poland, Roumania, Serbia, Armenia, we are able to form an all too-vivid impression of the many sufferings ot the children in those unhappy countries. Medical men have sent us statistics of the spread of diseases, through hunger, which are eloquent in their unadorned appeal. Police officers and criminologists have told us some- tiling of the moral degradation of a people reduced to despair by starvation. Men and vomen with large hearts have filled in for us the details of the lurid picture. When hunger ceases to be a more or less uncomfortable sen- sation, and becomes in itself a disease it brings in its train a host of other diseases. In the front rank of these stands tuberculosis. Before the war Germany had gone farther than any country toward the extermination of this disease. Now she has been thrown back to the positiop which she hefd thirty years ago. Tuberculosis among children is rather the rule than the exception. The disease is spreading, rapidly over aL' the famine areas. There is, indeed, no small danger of its involving other countries in its deadly embrace Doctors in Germany and Austria, men at the head of their profession, are powerless to resist thelon- slaughts of this disease. Good food, and plenty of it is the onty basis on which cure can be effected. Food is not there. Mothers starve themselves in order that their own meagre allowance of miik may go to their children; but the sacrifice is futile. Hunger and starvation produce other illnesses besides tube'-culosis. Diseases of the digestive organs in every variety are no more than are to be expected. So much for the physical effects of pro- longed starvation. The effects on the mim! are no less deplorable. Teachers in the schools ten us that the children are incapable of taking any interest in their work and are mentally far too weakened to set about it with any application. The children are dull and apath- etic in school Hours for lessons have con- stantly to be' curtailed. Out of school they are not noisy and happy beings. They are quiet in their mute protest against life. Th y plav no games. Children not actually oyin or ill, are sub-normal and will grow up n o a sub-normal race. The danger to the v.1ole world is too obvious to need elaboration Among peopes whose bodies and minds are thus afflicted it can hardly be epxected that their morality has rema.ined unscathed. Com- petent authorities in Berlin have told of the great increase in iuvemle crime ™rpsPondmg with the decrease in the food supply Thefts of food are naturally the commonest of crimes. Bovs unable to bear any longer the anxiety and distress of their mothers, frequently steal food to take home, or rob their employer. nf money to buy such food as can be bought. Children have often been known to steal money from their parents. These are the least re- pulsive of the crimes to which hunger has driven them. Boys and girls have been in- duced to deliver themselves up to vice in the hope of receiving their reward in the shape of As a contrast to this pitiful tale of physical, mental and moral suffering, it is p easant to notice what Switzerland and Sweden have done to alleviate the distress of the children. Representatives from Germany visited Sweden recently to sec the German children enioyine Swedish hospitality. They reported that "In one nlare the children thought tho Commission had come to f°trti them awav and were so afr.-d that they wou d not show themselves when the representatives arrived" So the children can be saved. if food can be provided for them. This is what the Sp-v. the Children Fiimi (329, High Hol- born, W.C. 1), is helping to do. E Allen Ashwm.
Oats are dving hv the hundred. Death is due to enteritis, but what brings that about vet^rhrvry surgeons do not knr-w. The epidemic began about a month ago.
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berystwvih County School I COMPARISON WTTiT OTHER SCHOOLS. The governing- body of Aborystwjth Inter- mediate School -net -3m Tuesday, present, Professor D. Morgans Lerwis, chairman; Mrs. Griffith, Mrs E. H, the Rev. R. J. Rccg, T. Noah Joints, Professor Edward Edwards, Messrs. C. 31, Williams, James Dav- i63, Riiyd-vpennaii; R.. Kichards, Gwarfolin; John Evans, clerk; and IL Samuel bead- master. Numerous appjicataons for bursaries wero granted.—The Head mast or reported that the school would re-open next Tuesday. It was expected that there would be a la.rger num- ber of pupils than last year when there wero 306. Miss Cruichshank was granted leave of absence owing to illness. It was decided to advertise for a fdacher of geneial subjects and physicaJ instruction. On the proposition rf Mrs. F. H. Jimei-i, seconded by the Rev. R. J. Ree-s, a vote of condolence was passed wi'.h the family cf the late fr: G. Dickens.Lewis. it was agreed that the conference of repre- sentatives of the governing bcdies of county schools in Cardiganshire should be held at Aberystwyth to prepar-e evidence for the De- partmental Committee cn the organisation of secondary education in Wales. It was reported that the following ce't^fi- catsfe were obtained in the Central Welsh Board examinations: five higher, twenty- s ) -oil senior, and twenty-six junirr with throe supplementary in each case.—The Chairman thought) the results were sitisfac. tory and the f-taff deserved congratulation, especially having regard to the effect-, of the influenza opedemic. Aberystwyth did not compare ,bad:y with other schools.—Mr C. M. Wiiliams said that if comparison were made with other schools the successes in proportion :'0 the numbfir of pupils were not as numer- ous. Tregaron ha.d thirty-seven certificates, Aberayron thirty-four, and Machynlleth forty one. The percentage at those schools w, higher. Ho mentioned that in order that the ftaff might endeavour to secure even better results and place the school at the t p of the I;st.-Tile Headmaster said he did not understand the figures. — Mr. James Davies said figures might be given to prove any- tliirt-j. Nearly half the pupi!s left school beforo completing their two years course. More children camo to Abervstwvth for a shorter period than to any school he knew of and it was a disadvantage to the school. He ascertained that fact by making inquiries and not by guesswork. The school had been clcsed and the changes which took place in the staff were also damaging. Considering t'io--e facts the results were entirely satis- factory a.nd he propped a vote of cong, -itii- lation to tho Headmaster and staff.—Mr C. M. Williams: Other schools have suffered in the same way. The Headmaster:, Not as much. Tiie Rev. Noah Jcnes seconded the proposition, and said a feature of the results was the numbarr of distinctions gained in geo- graphy, specially in the higher grades:—The propx-ition was agreed to.
MACHYNLLETH. FOR RUSSIA.—Lieut. A. J. M. Davies, son of Dr. A. O. Davies, has been called up for service in Russia with the 2nd Welsh Regiment, and left on Monday. SHOW SUCCESSES.—At tho annual show of Montgomeryshire Agricultural Association, at Welshpool on Thursday, Miss Lorna Jones, Glanmcrin, won first prize in the county butter- making competition, and Miss Evans, Tynohir, first prize for cheese not less than 12 pounds in weight. Miss M. J. Pugh, Abergwydol Farm, took second prize in the same competition. CHILDREN'S EISTEDDFOD.—The General Committee of the Children's Eisteddfod met on Thursday evening at Cwain GKndwr Institute, Mr H. Lloyd Jones presiding- The e were present Messrs T. Powell, David Owen, D. P. Jones, E. A. Jones J. J. Evans, Robert Rob- erts, W. P. Evans, "Oswald Row ands, B-A., Mr John Hughes, Post Office; Mr. Jones, Council School Ccmmes; the Revs. D Cunllo Davies and — Roberts, Aberliosan; with Messrs Evan Lewis and R. E. Morgan, hon. secretaries. The date of the eisteddfod was fixed and the age limit of competitors at nineteen years. The folio-Wing sub-committees were appointed to draft a programme and to submit their pro- posals to the next general committee meeting for approval :-Musical Committee, Mr. Evan Meredith Jones, Messrs T. Powell. R Ilowells, John Lumir-y, II. R. Humphreys, Jenkyn E\'a, Jcnes, Council School, Cemmes; Misses Jane Jones, Ceridwen Jones ancl Mrs. Trevor Jones, Mess us Cecil Davies, W. P. Rowlands, and Evan Lewis, hon. secretary. Literary Com- mittee, the Revs. D. Cunllo Davies, nion Evan?, Henry Williams^ B.A., Llewelyn Jones. and Madrvn" Jones, Messrs R Roberts. Oswald Rowlands. B.A. D. H Wi liaru;. Mr. Jones, Council School. Pennal; -Ili-. Thomas, Council School, Aberliefeni, and Mr. R. E. Morgan, hon secretary. Arts and Crafts Committee, Mr. J. J. Humphrey*. Mrs. Jones Owen, Mrs. Griff Williams. M-s. Taplin, Miss Susan Griffith, Mr. Drinkwatcr, Mis* Rowlands. Derwenlas: Mrs. David Owen, Miss Margafretta Thomas, the Rev. D. H. Hughes, and Mr. D. P. Jones, hem. secretary.
DYFFRYN- OBITUARY.—On Friday week, at Liverpool 1 House, the residence of his niece (Mrs Morgan"), the death occurred of Ir. Humphrey Williams, lat0 of Rose Bank, Orrcll Pa-k, Liverpool, at the age of seventy-eight years. Interment was made on Monday at L anenddwyn Churchyard when the Revs. W. M. Griffith, M.A. and David James. Llanecryn., officiated. The chief 1 mourners were Matron J. S. Williams. Tuber- eulosis Hospital, Neath (da.ughter), Mr. Hum- phrey Williams, Manchester (son), Messrs. Bennett Davies and Richard Davies, Llane^ryn: Robert Davies, Frongaled: William Davies, Brvntirion; Thomas Davies, Taltreuddvn: Robert Davies, Frongaled: William Davies, Bryntirion: Thomas Davies, Taltreuddvn: Robert Jones anri John Humphreys Ystum- g-wern: John Morgan, Liverpool House: Robert Robertst Frondirion; R. J. Williams, Liverpool I House: Captain Evans. L-anfair: Captain I Richard and Captain Lewis, Barmouth. The deceased was a member of the C.M. Church at I Walton Park. Liverpool, until he left for flam- cryn a few years ago. ^CONCERT.—On Saturday Barmouth Male Voice Choir, under the leadership of Mr Griffith Griffiths, gave a concert at the Council School. There was a full attendance and the concert was highly appreciated. Mr. W. Watkin Davies,°London House, was in the chair, and did his work admirably. Miss Janet E. Robe-ts was the accompanist. STNGTN.G.-Durin, AuguSt, a choir of young, people have been entertaining visitors' with hvmns, part songs etc., and by this means raised a fund of nearly £20. which has been divided betw-en two families in distress. MALE VOTCE CHOIR. On Friday the Male Voice Choir held a concert at the Coun- cil School, Dvffryn, which was crowded. Councillor Walter Davies presided. The fol- lowing took pirt:-M -.is-, Mary Evans. Miss Xellio Jones. Messrs E. M. Evans. David J. Jones, Tommy Griffith, Stanley Jones (harp- ist), and Master David Jones Roberts.
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Tregaron Meetings BOARD CF GUARDIANS. I The Gua.-dians met on Tuesday.—Present Mr D. Jenkins (chairman), Messr. D. J. Wil- liams, E. Evan3, Lledrod Lower; 7 Edwards, I Lte-Vvad Upper; J. Lodwick, W. Evins, Nantewrille; Thomas Morgan. D. j. Davies Ysbytty Ystwyth; R. H. Jcnes, Blitopennal; J. Evans, Gorwydd; D. Davies, Doifaiie; D. D. Evam;, Llanio; S. Tr?gonning. E. R. Lloyd, surveyors: Peter Williams, treasurer: Dr. Morgan; J. Lloyè. cierk. Mr. fivaas^ Uedrod, brought forward an application for relief from his district. The caso had beon discussed at the previous meet- ing.—The CSerk stated that the, money re- ceived as compensation by the applicant was C19 6s.—Mr Evans detailed tho circumstances of the case- ansd recommended relief which was granted. Mr. T. Edwards brought forward an appli- cation for relief to a family at Swyddffvnon. The father had been lately committed to prison and the family of four were in need of rcJicf. Mr. Edwards explained the circum- stances and thought it was a case for the con- sideration of the Board. Re-lief was granted. Mr Edwards further explained that he had becd-me personally responsible to kelp them whether the Guardians- granted relief or not. The procept from the County Council for the past six months had hOiID rec?ived and amounted to over £ 2,715, an increase of over I £536. 1 It was resolved to call the attention of the Relieving Officer to the goods brought from Ysbytty to the Receiving- House, and to ask him to see that they were placed in security. Mr Thomas Edwards called attention to the sales of properties in the district, when the rents are made. public. The rents in fixing rates could not be got at but at these sales the rents were published. He asked that the Clerk be asked to prepare a list cf the rents of the holdings lately sold and to compare the rants published and these on rate books. In the Caron Lower Parish rates had been adjusted on the basis of rents published at the recent saJes. To be fair to the Carcn Lower Parish this should be done in all par- ishes. Mr. Edwards was supported by Mr T. Morgan, Mr W. J. Evans, and Mr D. J. Davies, and the Clerk was asked to procure the necessary information.
RURAL COUNCIL. Mr D. J. Williams presided over a meet- ing c-f the Council on Tuesday. Mr Tregonning gave a report of his visit to the mountain ronds. Everything was in good condition amd tho roads better than they had be,in in for many years. Some repairs were necessary cn the Nantneuadd bridge. Mr. D. Davies proposed the adjournment of the dis. cussicn on the mountain roads pending the presence of the member for Caron Upper.— This was agreed to. Mr W. J. Evans prcpcsed that the Council should procure a road roller engine. Mr. Evans warmly supported the proposal. He had experience cf-itlie engine working in other Unions and the hiring of the engine proved o,-iinomical in many ways. The ongin^ was badly ncoded.—The Chairman asked the Sur- veyor what were the supplies of stone ready for the engine?—Mr. Tregonning stated that stones ware ready in large quantities and further supported the motion. Mr. D. J. Dr.vies suggested that the Council should not II)nl.y hire an engine but bu,y one. for the district j-cads.—The Chairman said that the question of buying could be discussed again. —Mr. R. H. Jones seconded the proposal to gt tho engine and this was unanimously agreed to.—Further discission was adjourned. A letter was read from the Aberystwyth Council re the Cwmystwyth Bridge. It was unanimously agreed to accept the offer cf the timber company to leave the bridge as they had strengthened it, on the payment of £15. The two Councils would be jointly responsible for the £ 15. Mr. Tregonning gave a report of the claims sent in on the district roads. The claims were under consideration. Mr. Thomas Morgan tabled a notice of motion to discuss the time of holding meet- ings during the winter. Mr. D. J. Davies called attention to roaa at Ysbytty leading to Hafodfaii. The Coun- cil had been asked to take over the road and repairs had been done.—Mr Thomas Morgan warmly supported and urged that the road be taken over. The road led to several im- portant dwellings and it would be a great boon.—Mr. D. D. Evans proposed that Mr T. Edwards and Mr R. H. Jones were asked to visit the road, and report, and this was agreed to.
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