Wythnos/week 77, Ionawr 21-27 January 1916

 

[English below]
Yr wythnos yma mae Cyngor Gweithredol Eisteddfod Genedlaethol Aberystwyth yn penderfynu apwyntio pwyllgor ar gyfer canfasio gwarantwyr.

Mae Preifat D. Gwilym Jones yn gwella adre’ yng Nghei Newydd ar ôl ei wenwyno a nwy tra bod Dr Dickinson adre’ am gyfnod byr ym Mhonterwyd.

Dau recriwt arall o Swyddffynnon yn aelodi a’r Ffiwsilwyr Brenhinol Cymreig. Yn ôl yr adroddiad ‘these boys avoided the disgrace of being forced to join as conscripts.’

Ym Mhenparc mae’r Uwchgapten Abraham Thomas yn ymweld â’r Cylch Gwnïo.

Gweler cryn dipyn o fynd a dod milwyr o dde’r Sir yn ‘War Items’.

Adre’ mae cwmnïau yn targedu’r rhai hynny sy’n pryderu am y ‘Tommy’ trwy hysbysu eu nwyddau, yn yr achos yma ‘Harrison’s Nursery Pomade’ yn y Cardigan and Tivyside’.

Yn olaf bu farw Peiriannydd Enoch Stanley Evans o Landysul ar ôl ei anafu adeg Brwydr Loos.

The seventy seventh week of the war and the after much discussion the Executive Committee with regard to the Aberystwyth National Eisteddfod decide by 17 votes to 6 to appoint a committee to canvass for guarantors.

Private D. Gwilym Jones of New Quay is home from the front and recovering from a gas attack whilst Dr Dickinson is home for a short leave in Ponterwyd. He has been stationed at Charing Cross Hospital, London.

Two more recruits from Swyddffynnon join the Royal Welsh Fusiliers. According to the report ‘these boys have avoided the disgrace of being forced to join as conscripts’.

At Penparke Major Abraham Thomas pays a visit to the Women’s Sewing Circle.

The ‘War Items’ column in the gives an update on recent occurrences with regard to the soldiers to the South of the County.

At home companies are targeting those who are concerned for ‘Tommy’ by advertising their wares, in this instance ‘Harrison’s Nursery Pomade’ in the Cardigan and Tivyside Advertiser.

Finally, Sapper Enoch Stanley Evans of Llandysul dies having been wounded at the time of the Battle of Loos.

[Rhowch glic ar luniau i’w gwneud yn fwy / Click images to enlarge]

 

 

Colledigion/Losses

21 Ionawr/ January 1916

Enoch Stanley Evans of Llandysul, aged 29. Sapper, Royal Engineers.

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