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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20TH, 1896.

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Tnn voice of Wales was heard in the House of Commons on Tuesday. Mr. Herbert Roberts and Mr. Herbert Lewis spoke on agricultural depression, and Sir Osborne Morgan, Mr. Lloyd George, and Mr. Herbert Lewis pleaded for Home Rule for Wales in matters educational. In other words, they advocated the domination of Welsh ideas in Welsh education. Mr. Tudor Howell, on the other hand, thought the schools of Wales should be con- trolled by English ideas. It is sad to see the son of a veteran patriot like Llawdden in the ranks of the cosmopolitans. Mr. Maclean, the representative of Cardiff, pro- mises to be a most interesting Welsh member. He is continually doing something full of unconscious humour. His latest is a signal act of courtesy in stepping aside and letting Sir John Llewelyn take the chair of the Welsh Unionist Party. Two or three signal acts" of this sort would make him immortal. The Welsh members are not too merry a crew, and Mr. Maclean will be a great acquisition from the point of view cf fun and gaiety. Perhaps our readers are not aware that the member for Cardiff descends from ancient and honoured ances- tors. On one side his lineage is traced to Don Quixote, and on the other to Bombastes Furioso.

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SPARKS FROM THE ANVIL.

SOCIETYOF SOUTH WALES MUSICIANS.

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MUSICAL GOSSIP.

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MERTHYR GUARDIANS.

THEATRE ROYAL, MERTHYR.

DROWNING FATALITY AT ABEH-DARE…

Correspondence.

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BY THE WAY.

-METEOROLOGICAL REGISTER.

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