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LLANWENOG fnl Ef> °/F0Rp--In the list of the success- ful candidates for the Final Honours in Natural science may bo seen the name of D. Hedog Jones, the youngest son of Mr. James Jones, of Caerau and a past student of the University College, Aber- jstwyth. Mr. Jones entered the Abervstwyth Col- lege as a member of the Short Course in Agricul- ture in 1901, holding an exhibition from tho Cardi- ganshire County Council. He successfully passed through the various agricultural courses in the Agricultural Department of the College, and in 1904 took the National Diploma in Agriculture UVD.A.), together with the College Diploma in Agriculture. He then proceeded with the B.Sc de- gree work, and in 1907 he gained a Natural Science Exhibition at Jesus College, Oxford, where, after a residence of three years, he has now qualified for the degree of B.A. with Honours in Natural Science At Oxford Mr. Jones did not confine himself to his books. During his last term of residence he was president of the Oxford University Scientific Club, which ranks next to the Union Society in its stand- ing, while ho is the first Welshman to gain this honour among Oxford scientists. He has also been a faithful member of the Dafydd-ap-Gwilym Society, all the offices of which he nas "wortniTv filled, while he is the present president of the old Aberyst- wythians Society, and lie has also taken an active part in tho formation of the newly-formed Cam- brian. Society, which society is to be composed cf all the Welshmen at the University. He is keenly- interested in all rural educational matters, is a fluent bilingual speaker, a keen scientist, an ag- round sportsman, and an enthusiastic agriculturalist. It might also be added that the Rev. J. D. Jones, B.A., another brother, now of Gellingham, Kent, who was ordained only a couple of years ago, has recently been made a curate-in-charge of the gar- den city of Knebworth in Hertfordshire, where his organising and preaching powers, already recog- nised, will have every scope of development. May every success be his to make himself worthy of the trust laid in him.

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