THE SOCIETY'S DINNER AT ABERYSTWYTH IN the evening of September 29th, after the Gogerddan meeting, the members, to the number of of over fifty, sat down to dinner at the Talbot Hotel, Aberystwyth. The chair was occupied by Sir John Rhys, Principal of Jesus College, Oxford, and the vice-chair by Alderman C. M. Williams, Aberystwyth. There were also present Professor Tyrrell Green, chairman of the Executive Committee; the Rev. J. F. Lloyd, Llanilar (hon. secretary); Alderman Edward Evans (treasurer); Professor Scott, St. David's College; Mrs. Davies, Feathers Hotel, Aberayron; Mr. T. Jones, Tregaron; Mr. Phillips, Manor Hall, Aberayron; Dr. John Morgan, Pontrhydygroes; Alderman E. P. Wynne, Mr. Arthur Jones, North and South Wales Bank, Aberystwyth; Mr. D. Evans, Llanio: Mr. David Samuel; Mr. W. J. Williams, Llanafan; the Rev. Howell Price; Mr. Denis H. Davies, Lampeter; Professor Anwyl, Aberystwyth; Mr. E. Williams, chief constable; Mir. John Morgan, Castle-terrace; Mr. T. W. Powell; Mr. J. B. Kitto, London and Provincial Bank; the ltev. T. Owen Evans, Devil's Bridge; Mrs. Lloyd and Miss Lloyd, Llanilar Vicarage; Mrs. Tyrrell Green and Miss Tyrrell Green, Lampeter; Miss Williams, Lledrod Vicarage; Miss Jones, Ystrai Meurig Vicarage; Miss M. E. Jenkins, Llangwyryfon Vicarage; Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Jenkins, Ysbytty Ystwyth; Mr. and Mrs. Osborne Jones, Swyddffynon; the Rev. W. Francis, Ystradmeurig; Mr. Basil Adams, Alltymynydd Mr. Denis Tyrrell Green, Lampeter; Mr. Richard Jones, Graig Goch; Mrs. Evan Williams, Ystradmeurig; Mr. N. H. Thomas, Aberystwyth; Miss Norrie Jones, Tregaron; Mr. G. Dickens Lewis, Aberystwyth; Miss Nellie Lloyd, Tregaron; and Mr. D. J. Davies, Lampeter. The Chairman, on rising to propose the toast of The King was warmly received. Speaking in Welsh, he said it was in Aberystwyth he saw his Majesty last, and there was no need for him to tell them how he had progressed since then. The toast was drunk with musical honours. Mr. David Samuel, M.A., head-master of the County School, pro- posed "Success to the Cardiganshire Antiquarian Society." He said they had had evidence of the fact that it had started well, and he trusted it would not be a short-lived society. He had seen societies in Aberystwyth and the immediate neighbourhood begin very well and continue for a time very prosperous, but later on they had shown signs of decrepitude and decadence. He trusted the Cardiganshire Anti- quarian Society would have a very long life, indeed. He was extremely obliged to the promoters of the Society for the magnificent work they had done in connection with its initiation. They had been singularly fortunate in the people at the head of affairs. He thought they should consider themselves happy in having such a gentleman as Sir Edward "I'yse as president. They were also fortunate in securing the services