Wythnos/week 157: 3-9 Awst/August 1917

[English below]

Gwelir adroddiad yn y Cardigan and Tivyside am farwolaeth Capten William Rowlands. Trawyd llong stêm fawr y capten gan dorpido a suddodd rhwng Sbaen a Glasgow. Roedd Captain Rowland yn adnabyddus i lawer yn ardal Aberteifi.

Telir rhwng 1/8 ½ d a 1/9 ½ d y pwys am wlân graddfa gorau ym marchnad Aberteifi.

Mae Mrs Clougher, Maeres Aberteifi, yn bwriadu gwneud casgliad er budd Sefydliad Cenedlaethol y Deillion ar ôl sgriniad o’r ffilm yn y Pavilion yn Aberteifi.

Mae Is-Gyrnol, Cyfarwyddwr Gwasanaethau Meddygol yr Ail Fyddin yn gwneud cais fod Ambiwlans Modur ar gael i Capten James ar gyfer siwrneiau arbennig.

Dyfarnwyd Mira Louisa Morris o Lanon yn euog o droseddi dan gymalau 1 a 7 o’r Gorchymyn Bara a chafodd ddirwy o 15 swllt.

Week 157 and the Cardigan and Tivyside carries a report on the death of Captain William Rowlands whose large steamship was torpedoed and sunk between Spain and Glasgow. Captain Rowlands was well known to many in the Cardigan district.

The price paid for top grade wool at Cardigan market is 1s. 8½d. to 1s.9 ½d. per lb.

Mrs Clougher, the Mayoress of Cardigan, is to make a collection for The National Institute for the Blind after the picture is screened at the Pavilion, Cardigan.

The Lieutenant Colonel, for Director of Medical Services Second Army requests that a Motor Ambulance car be placed at the disposal of Captain James for special journeys.

Mira Louisa Morris of Llanon is convicted under the Bread Order 1917 Articles 1 and 7 and fined the total sum of 15 shillings.

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

 

Colledigion/Losses

 4 Awst/August 1917

Stephen Jones Williams of Bronant, aged 24. Corporal, Royal Welch Fusiliers

5 Awst/August 1917

Richard Owen Margetts of Ponterwyd, aged 23. Private, Royal Army Medical Corps

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