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TKerw u.'is not beeti a siftflfle case af baak- tupiry in .the Wrexhani area this, year, atld I in the whole of the-Chester and North Wales The India Office is in communication with the Indian Government regarding the state. ment that about 500 natives were killed in the suppression of the rebellion at Amritgar, in the Punjab, in April last. Germany has reluctantly yielded to the Mhos' demands for reparation for Scapa, and is now willing to pay. what she can, although she still repudiates responsibility for the sinking of the fleet.
THE SOUL OF XMAS. HOW YULETIPE MAKES US ALL HUMAN AGAIN. With swift, yet ,&Ithy steps. Time, taking each one of us by the hand, glide's merrily aJcmgthe hiighway of Destiny, and scon another milestone wiU have been reached. It stands at the croas- roads tihei-c,, where the PIIHTUII will loan on his staff a moment to make fresh vows and to chooie anew the pa,th he will fol- low. But let us leave sueh New Year re-so- lifcions until the da.y comcs to makt-- and J.:wol1.k 'em, Not even the most pious of the holy monks of old sought to be a saint while his dinner was cooking. or while his pewter pot wa,3 being hUed. And so. though the Christmas goose is not yet roasting in the ove-n. we 011.11 all the same &meil prel)3.I'H,tLom in the air. Breathes there a nun with soul so dead Who never unto himself hath said: This is my cook, and this my dish So a,s we approach the festive seasorn of Christinas, we lind that tho optimistic in- i fluence of that mysterious little fellow whom we (,a,'Ll "tiie inner man" begins to be felt, meekly at lirst, may be. but with ever-growing force, like a" crescendo paffi- age in music, until at last the whole wide world rings with mirth and merrimont. WONDERFUL SPIRIT OF GOODWILL. Wonderful thing this Spirit of Goodwill which prevails a.t C-hristma^tide. Out of fhe deeps jovial emotions spring up to the surface of our souls, sparkling with new- found wit and ecstasy. Tho old become young, and the young younger, and all mankind become friends. Even erratic- next door neighbours observe an armistice oveti Yuietide, and bricks foz a while cease (lying about. Deadly wiemios feel the stiffness leaving their necks. The freez- ing "out" abdicate;, and makes roonv for the polite bow. An epidemic of genial- ity overruns the land and plays havoc with past estrangements. Pit Chnatniaa cannot lasi for always And yet perhaps it is just as well it does not. For. after all, the turkeys and the ducks have at least a little claim on our oon-sideration. Let us take a bird's- eye view sometimes. HOME, SWEET HOME. Christmas is a great gathering of the clans. At Christmas the Home comes into its own. The picture of the happy family gathered around the hearth as the Yule- tide log blazes away in the grate is a pleasing one to eontempJatc. There, reclining comfortably in the luxurious arm chair is Pa,-a figure of graceful rotundity—tugging at his best cigar, his upturned eyes wistfully watch- ing the sill ck-e clouds rising. There he lounges in contented repoee swelling a- wiaibly" with pride and pudding. Ah Pa, little do you seem to realisi- that the whole of that ponderous patriarchal dig- nity Of yours hangs on a fragiie cotitoll thread Waistcoat buttons have been known to fly ere this. Opposite, her placid countenance lit up in sonenity, and swathed in smiles, sits Ma, dreaming over again the dreams of long ago, when, in that dista.nt Spring, so en- 1 chanted by Memory, Pa "i fancy first light- ly turned to thoughts of- How Time has Hown And all around her, dashing here, ru-h- ing there, sweeping everywhere and in all directions in a whirlpool of youthful ex- uberance, the little, ones, with nought but sunshine in their souls and with the- niusili of angels in their melodious voices, dance and pra-nce in merry frolics to celebrate the birthday of Him whom children alone seen able to emulate. THROUGH CHILDREN'S EYES. I Christmas is essentially a Children's Festival, and as it draws near, our thougrhto naturailk, tiam to ihat benign and generous;.pld.^H^ICJ7im^lyK^c. "ria \:e never been known to leave the tiniest tra.ce of soot on his snow-white beard. AU the little kiddies in Wales are, I know, even now lookiftg forward with eager excitement to the coming of Father Christmas. Tucked warmly in the bed- clothes, by mother's tender hands, they fondly dream of that memorable eve when the hoa.ry old gent with the Pussy- foot step comes to unload his varied gifts into their yawning stockings. A.'J ? No, not all. Do not let us be carried away by false affection for this whimsical old man. I sometimes wonder whether he deserves all the praise which, with a lavish hand, we bestow upon him. There are, doubt-less, many cots which he will pass, many stockings which he will not see. The old man is rather erratic in his bestowal of gifts. In fanciful moments I fool inclined to picture him as a. short-sighted old gentleman with a very Jarge heart, and a very small head. But he is far too old to be angry with. Let us laugh at him instead. Let me tell you a story of how the sly old dog was once found out. FATHER CHRISTMAS UNMASKED. Once upon a time on a merry Christ- mas morning, it matters little where, a. certain happy family sat down to break- fast together. No picture of felicity could be more complete than that pre- sented by this jolly little group on this delightful day. The floor around them was littered with monkeys on sticks, do"ts, trains, golliwogs, and all sorts of nice things, while the walls were festooned with berried holly. Mistletoe boughs peeped down upon the scene from un- expected hiding places. "Father Christmas has been awfully kind to you all this time." said Ma as she poured the steaming tea into the kiddies' cups. "Yes," came the reply In ioyful ehoru; Modest Pa twirled his moustache in 50'£- conscious affability, and I fancy there was just the suspicion of a chuckle as he ap- plied himself industriously to his bacon and eggs. The momentary silence which followed was broken by little Tommy, in whoso eye a mischievous twinkle betrayed some hidden secret. "Mummy," he said, "I heard him coming." I cannot describe to you the look of awe and wonder which crept into the faces of his little brothers and sisters. Tommy always was an audacious imp. But that he would have the pluck to sit up in bed in the dark and solemn still- ness of night and listen to the eerie noise of falling soot and the panting and puff- ing of a tubby old man squeezing him- self down the chimney into the bedroom, was a matter for mute and shuddering attention. Pa sipped his tea. Ma fidgetted with the edge of the tablecloth. "I hoard him." persisted Tommy, "but he gave me such a fright when he kicked the chair and nearly tumbled over." Was it a frog in Pa's throat? I do not know. There was, at any rate, an unnatural huskiness in his voice when he blurted out, "Get on with your breakfast, sonny. But Tommy's tongue was beyond dad's control. "'Mummy, he said, with sad- ness in hIs' eve. "Santa Claus is a naughty man. He swear,, mummy. D'you know what he- said? He said Tommy I" l\fIJ raiswl a warning finger just in the nick of time. Tommy swallowed the naughty word with a mouthful of porridge. Pa gave a loud gasp, as a man might do on the doorstop of his dentist. He bolted out of the room tike a feather carried on the wings of a hurricane. Anxiety crept into tfie faces of the in- nocents. Muinmv," said little Sylvia, "is daddy iU? I E. R. G.
Mr Howell Lloyd Jones. who has been elected secretary of the Oxford Univer- sity Cambrian Society, i3 the son of Mr T. D. Jones, The Wera. Rhos, Ruabon.
I AMLWCH. I Tho death occurred last week of Mr H. T. Jones, Brickfield-street, who for many years was clerk with the late Mr J. Wynne Paynter, solicitor. He leaves a wiciow. Major NN-li Ido-i addressed a mct: ng here on Wednesday night* to advocate the principles of the League of Nations. Mr Llewelyn Thomas, r^P. Bank; Revs. T. Pr it hard (vicar). T. Evans, and R. O. WilliiWns <bo si Kike. The Rev. Godfrey j Turner (\V.) occupied the chair, and a local committee, consisting of the clergy and ministers, together with Messrs 0. M. Evans, W. T. Jones, David Jones, J. Janes, Rd. Owen. H. Evans. O. Dew, A. Brindle, an.d' T. Williams, was elected. A concert in aid of the English Wes- J'yan Chapel wa,s held on Friday even- ing. whem Mr O. Hughes. L.C. and M. Bank. presided, and Dr. T. Jones con- ducted. The chief atraetion was the Holyhead Welsh Folk-song Party (Qilys Hughes). A movement has been set on foct tor the establishment of an intermediate scthoo1. in the town. which now form- a sub districtr to the Llangefni sciiool area. su b d i,t, Lctf to tti(? A public meeting was held last week at the Scientific Hall. Mr R. R. Jones, C.C., in t.ho chair. The speakers :inoluded Mrs Matthews. Rev. T. Priohard, Rev. T. Evans, Messrs Hugh Evan". Lewis Hughes. J.P.. and Dr. T. Jones.
BODORGAN. On Saturday t'Fi-e funeral took place of Mr H. H. Owen. Prysiorwerth, who died suddenly at the age of 76. He was the 1 eldest, son of the late Mr Thomas Owen. 'Bodnjaiwyn Hii-, Liaiitrisaiit. The inter- ment was at the Bethel burial place. The principal mourners were Messrs 1. H. Owen, LiN,cri)ool,.aii(i R. P. Owen, iy'n- ycoed (sons) T. Parry, Prysiorwerth (son- in-law) T. R. Pierce. Glanalaw; Chas. Pierce, Glangors: G. O. Pierce. Cefncaer- for. and Capt. 0. Pierce, Llanfair P.G. (brothers-in-law) Mr i Jones. Chwaen Isaf; Messrs R. and W. R. William". Gronant; It. Hughes, C'hwaen Hen; W. Williams, Cerrigenga-n- The Rev. O. Morris. Capel Mawr, officiated. On the 10th inst., at Twrgwyn Chapel. Bangor, by the Rev. J. R. Rober'ts C\\ .). Aberffraw, the marriage, took p'ace of Mr Own Williams, only son of Mr and Mr Samuel Williams, 'i'y'nEwydan. and Miss Eizabeth E dwards, daughter of Mr and Mrs Wm. Edwards, Bodrwydd. Bryn- du. The bridesmaid was Miss M. J. Ed-- wards isister of the bride), and Mr R. Lloyd Hughes, Plas Bach, was best man. There were also present Mr and' Mrs S. Wi'liams. Mr R. Williams (brother of the bride), Mrs (Capt) Will am.> and Mi> Wiiliams, Ferndale. Portdinorwic; 1\It"3 Edwards, Caerhun Farm. Bangor; Mr and Mrs Evans, Commerce House, Upper Ban- gor; and Mr G. P. Evains, U pper Bangoi.
I BRYNSIENCYN. I One of the oldest and best known in- habitants passed away on Sunday, viz., Mr W. Pritcliard, Brvn Bella, who, for over 4D years, was assistant overseer of Llanidan parish, and clerk to the Parish Council Ho leaves a son, who .succeeded him as overseer, and two daughters.
I CAPEL COCR I Ait the ciwyd-street C.M. Chapel, Rhyl. oil tlit-, gbii iiist., Mr Ellis Pritchard, son of Mr Pritchard, Plas llanfihatigel, was married to Miss Mary Jenkins. Elwy Villa. Rhyl. Miss Myfanwy Jenkins and Miss Pritchard were bridesmaid, and Mr Ritchie Pritohard accompanied his brother The bridegroom spent years in France as an officer, and the bridesmaid, whose mother hai's from this district, wa.s on the staff of the G.P.O. in London.
| t r T A v"i.;i?r«MV\f?<:iH>. • I The Comrades held an eiueri«mueii- on Friday night, when the Rev. t? Thonia,? ?esid<? and the Rev. J. ￼ conducted tho PrOc--e& .na The follow- ing took pa.rt, :-Mis. ELsie Parry, 1\fi J. Rowlands, Miss Edith M. Jones, .l\'li5 Kittv Larkin. Mias G. Davies. Miss L. Robert.. Mr David Owen. Mr Rite-hie Hughes, and Eos Cuhe)y?. wh?st Miss M. G. Jones gave harp wlections. and G. Dav ies accompanied the finger. He- gr("t, was expressed a.t the departure of the Rev. 0. Thomas from the town.
TY NYGONGL. I Mr O. E. Hughes, Ty'n Rhodyn. has reached home from Constantinople after serving r. the Eastern campaign, and has been demobilised. 1,,c t urc-ci 1\fr3 O. Lewis, Bodafon ^\yn; lectured to the Bro Goronwy Literary Society on Friday evening on her viait- to Denmark. She described mostly the agricultural features of the country. A discussion followed in which the chairman (Mr R. Llovd), Rev. T. O. Jones, Messrs W. Griffith (Trem v Don). W. D Wilims, and E. P. Jones (Rynys). took part. A hearty vote -of thanks was accorded Mrs Lewis for her interesting and instructive address.
LLANGEFNI. I An accident befel a schoolboy, the son of Inspector W. Owen, on Monday. Re- turning from school with other boys, a heifer rushed from the Smjthfield. knock- ing him down volently, and was trampled under the animal's feet. Ho 15 now re- covering gradually. Extraordinary high rents are being paid in Anglesey for grazing lam?„ At Llangefni on Monday Messrs Robt. and Rogers Jones offered a field of 28 acres, the property of Mr H. 0. WiUiams, the l,ro M&wr.?Ho?.md Arms, for graz- ing during 1930. The bidding proceeded briskly untii B365 was reached, being over .£13 an acre of Ll a day for.. the whole year. At the Memorial Institute on Wednes. day night. Miss Hughes. County School, and Miss Garland, Britannia Stores, road papers on Christmas Literature" and "The Welsh Eisteddfod." The Y.W.C.A. were addressed on Fri- day evening by Mr R. Gordon Roberts, who chose as his subject "The Women of the Fuiture." There was a full attend- ance of members, and the address was much appreciated. I A COMRADE'S FUNERAL. 1 1. I The funeral of the late Mr Liewis fcamuei Jones, Church-street, who died at the age of 20 years, was the occasion of a niarked expression of respect a.nd sympathy on Wednesday afternoon. He joined the Armv in 1914. and served with the lbth R.W.F. in France for over two years, he- ing afterwards invalided home. He lay for a considerable period in a Glasgow hospital, and being demobilised was in the employ of the County Agricultural Committee as storekeeper a.t Llanfair P.G. for a.bout 15 mouths. Duning the last few weeks a recurrence of heart trouble gave his friends much concern, and lie passed away on Saturday morning* The cemetery chapel being too small, the service was held at the Wesleyan Ohapel. the Comrades-a number of whom acted as bearers—being present in large numbers. The following took part in the serviceRevs. H. Smyrna Jones, R. Prys Owen, J. Ernest Griffiths, Lewis E-ti- wårds, G. Ffestin Jones, and T. Smith (rector), and Mrs Maurice Price played the "Dead March." Mr Hugh Thomas, J.P., with whom the deceased had served at Llanfair, paid a 'high tribute to him. There were also present Messrs Walter O. Jones (Clerk of the Coiinty Council), Griffith Jones, Tom Jones (other officials). W. Jones. Llanfair P.G., etc. In a letter to deceased's sister and brothers. Mr.J. Lloyd Owon wrote:—"At a meeting of tbe Comrades a vote ofiym- pa,thy was unanimously passed with you. Y/e feel greatly indebted to him as he v was the means of forming the branch at Llangefni. He was no>t only a good Com- ra d e but a l)z4i to u., rade but a pa4 to us all-always so plea- sant and cheery, a genial friend and a sound adviser. We regard him as one more who made the supreme sacrifice: he did his duty to his country idl its hour of need, arid his i'lness was directly caused! by the hardships he had to undergo in the performance of that duty." Tile I)i-tfneii)al mourners were Mis., Jones j (sister!, Messrs W. O. Jones and Walter I Jones (brother), W. C. Lloyd, Bodorgan (unole), Rev. W. Llewelyn Lloyd, Holy- head (cousin), Miss Nellie Lloyd, Bod- organ (cousin) Miss Owen, matron Llan- I h ojiia,, Bett?vs getni Hospital; Mrs Thomas, Bettws G.G. Mr Tom Lloyd, Pant y Mel, do.; Miss Parry, Hoylake; Mrs Thomas. Oae-r-- pant, Amlwch; Mrs Parry, Ty'nlon; Mr J. Parry, do.; Miss J. Lloyd Owen Mr Clia-rles Evans, Bangor; Dr. G. Llywolyn. Jones. Dr. J. R. Prytherch, etc. • Wreaths were sent by sister and brothers; Syd: Bethol family; Mr and Mrs Lewis Jones and Kate (Hilbre Island); Liaiigefiil Comrades: Smyrna Sunday School; County Offices staff; Llangefni Hospital Ellis -I, lr 0. E l il,?; Hughes; Mr and Mrs Rowlands. Empor- ium: Mr Hughcs and family, Gorffwys- fa; Miss Neil Jones, Eaton-square., London. I PETTY SESSIONS. These were held on Monday, before Co'. T. E. J. Lloyd, Col. L. ilnanis, Messr- H. 0. Hughes, 0. Lewis, 0. Irevor V\ a- liams. S. ivdis, J. R. Williams and Joseph T. Evans. Mr 1. O. Jones charged M. Griffith, grocer. Gaerwen, with a breach of the rood Orders by selling a tin of second- graotjf salmon at tirsl grade price. Mr iloratio Jone* prosecuted and Mr J. Lloyd Edwards defended, 'lire Bench accepted defyjidant's [flea of inadvertence, and im- ¡;oi.d a fine of one pound, refusing an application for advocate's fee. Air Hugh Pritchard, county food and drugs inspector, charged Elizabeth C. Jone-s. L'chaf, Llansadwrn.with selling adulterated milk at Menai Bridge. Mr Walter U, Jones prosecuted, but defen- dant did not attend. Evidence was given by Mr W. Owen, Menai Bridge, who took a-sample as sold, and by Mr T. J. Davits,, of Mr Pritohard's office, who took- ii sample "from the cow." Tho analyst reported that the latter was a very igpod satAple, and it would require -32.4 per cent. of added water and the ex- traction of 51.1 of cream to bring it down to the quality of the other sample. A fine 4f fifteen pounds was imposed
NIGHT ON MERIONETH MOUNTAINS. LADY'S EXCITING ADVENTURE. I A lady visitor, the gUNt of Dr. Cox. Cae 'rmeddyg, Llanbedr, near Barmouth, lost her way on the Merionethshire moun- t £ yns, rftnd spent the night on the moun- tain side in torrential ram. The lady lett the doctor' s residence on Sunday morning with th2 intention of visiting Bodlyn Lake, whièh ;mppii,s Barmouth with its water. When some miles' distant from the resi- dence she called' at a farmhouse on the mountainside for tea, bu^suddenly a thick nri-st appeared, a ii(i Trie young lady tramped about for some hours on the mountains, subsequently losing her way. The night was stormy, and it was raining in torrents Finding that she could not retrace her way home she spent the nigv-t on the mountainside. Search parties and police were called out to search the moun- tains, but without any result. Daybreak having appeared, the lady once agaitt en. j deavoure-d to retrace her way, but owing to the4 exposure and hunger she found that she could walk only very slowly over the rocks. After wandering about for hours s h e saw a far/nouse in the distance, and wit? great pluck and determination sb? managed to reach Penprth Farm, and veyed to tbe.l doctor's residence. ￼ ?- ?.2? 1
V A PWLLHELI IINiJ t PROPERTY OF DISTINGUISHED I FAMILY. While oa,lvyiilg out alterations at the back of New bo rough Vault.s, High-street, Mr J. R. To 1 eman came across a mental platt. embedded in a stone wall. It was about two inches broad and three inches long, and wa.s so discoloured with rust that it was impossible to decipher the marks thereon. However after being cleaned, the marks were found to be a copy of a coat of arms, with the word?. Virtus incumbot honor!" ut?dcrne?t.h; also the name "David Willia.ms." It lias been ascertained that it was the property I of the ]ate Mr David Williams, Bryn E-r- yri, Minffordd, the father of Sir Osmond Willianpis. Bart., M. P.. Deudraefh Castle. Probably the plate had been in the wall for ujWards of a hundred years.
LLANBEMS. I SCHOLASTIC.—Miss Owen, one of the assistant teachers at the Llanberis County School. will be leaving shortly to take up a similar position at Llangollen. ST. PADARN'S CHURCH.—The mem- bers of St. Padarn's Ghurtfh intend hav- ing a new organ at the church, and a fund ha.s been opened for the purpose. DEBATE. On Mondav evening, at Nant Padarn Vestry Rooni, in connection with the Literary Society, a debate was opened on "Whether a Labour Govern- ment will be an advantage or a disadvan- tage." Mr John H. Jones, Water street, opened for the affirmative. Messrs Evan E. Williams and John R. Williams. Ceu- nant-street, also spoke. A majority was found in favour of the afifrma-tive
I LLANRUG. I PROMOTION.—The new s-talilonmasrer at Poritrhytballt has also bee-n appointed statioitmaster of Cwmyglo station. Mr Jones,, the stationmaser of Cwmyglo, has been promoted to Ynys, near Chwilog. MOTHERS' UNION.—The Rev. George Satt; rector of Bodvean. addre,-6e,,i several branches of the Mothers' Union in the district during last week. He also preach- ed in the evening at Pemisa'rwaen and Llanrug ehtirelios. LECTURES.—A series of lecture-s hFe been arranged in the district on garden- ing and poultrv-keeging. ACCIDENTS. Mr Jarrett Roberts, Tajiyfron, and Mr David L. Jones, Bryn Hyfryd, have met with accidents whilst- following their occupation a.. Dinorwic Quarries.
I GARN, DOLBENMAEN MEDICAL.—Dr. Wynn Will iams, Mid- dlesbrough, son of Mr David Williams,-Ty NewyJd, ha.s been aprointod senior physi- cian to the Norbhv Ruling InJirniary,, and aliso visiting physician and s[>ecia.list in disease of children to the Holgate and Brooni-lands Hospital, Middlesbrough-. Dr. Wynn Williams is an old pupil of the Port- madoc' County School, and afterwards at London University (King's College), where he had a. brilliant career.
I MINFFORDD LIQUIDATION OF DEBT.—The mem- bers of the C.M. Ohapel have removed all the debt on the buildings.—Mrs Jones, widow of Mr Morgan Jones, Plas New- ydd, has presented the church with a set of individual Communion -service. and Mr Griffith Pritchard has given a pocket Com- munion case.
I WGLSH MARKWTS. LLANGEFNI. Dec. 18th.—Rutter, no changes eggs, 53 per dozen; pigs6 58a to 43s; turkeys, 2s 2d; geeso, }s 4d. j per 120 (wholesale*. SAd (rctail¡; butter. 2s 6d lb.; pigs, 43 W 4ES LOll,
A CAltOL Ullo.11 WALES. t Shik, tand ill song, From tliy deep.heart Uiy singms. Sing i» the night For C'hrisJ m;i.^ now is near. Whell Chri"t wa>; bon, In UethR'lieiii's lowly stable; When love came tkwn, And crown'il tlie closing year. Silent iw kitc-ei Deform the nianger lowly-, Anuel ftnd slieoliertl, Kinpr and sapre and child. Babe born in liglit! lxird of tlie heaven mo^t holy i>heekiuah Uritfht And star, serene^ atut rtiilil. fiiiir of cloitd, I'lTcwie us in the daytime And all night I tiro' Protect us as wilh lire. God of all GoOd". Thy lriaiitjer-cradlc Holds i-lio world's dL-,oifck. Sins, land of ^oug. For ^ion hears thy sinaiajf. And in taiy circams The Syrian hilts appear. And taint and dear The bells of peace are rinpfiaar our Christmas beHs To sreet the shut New I('c;}.'[, Nor will we fail To hear our dear o.n(' :a.iw,t¡oilj.f" With all the ansfls, Joining f-heir ''atHcn;" l'-eace upon (suth. To men of goodwill brihsing. Peace- iiixni earth. When Cteri.'ij. wiil comc again. C-aftiarvon. A* I
TERCENTENARY OF MORGAN I LLWYD. Arrangements are being made at. Wrexham to celebrate the tcrccntcnary of the Birth of the ttev. Morgan Ll()yd ("Morgan Llwyd o Wynedd"), the Welsh Christian mystic, one of the moit oriffinal and most characteristic writers of his age. the foundw of Noncou- formity at Wrexham, and one of the pioneers of Nonconformity in -North Wales, who was born at Cynfal, Me-Tioriothshire. ia the yeat 1619. Mrs Lloyd George has promised to take part in the oelebrationa, which have been fixed for Monday, the, 22iid inst., and she will plaoo a wreath on the monument erected over the grave of Morgan Llwyd in the dissenters' burial ground at Rhosddu, Wrexham.
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