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HONOURS LIST i WELSH VISCOUNTS AND A NEW PEER The King celebrated liis 53rd birthdayi oil Monday, and the u,ual lu-ts of lion- curs lur ?ar cervices me publi?b?d. Thci u?o?t int?rpt-tiug feature is the announce-; jm'ut that hm Majt?-cy has ii?titut? j two new decorations tor otbeer?i and two J for ?.?-U.'6 und men. Official record is made in MIA Prime- Minister'« list ut the services in each caee lor which the honour is given. In \jew or recent discussions on the latter point, the change of prQcf.,uute will be cordially approved kt- satisfactory not only to tlw ¡ jrecipient but to the public, whov have, ame right bo know the reason of the chok-e. NEW WELSH PEER. What io known as "the Prime Mini- ster's list is headed by two batonsâ Lord St. Davids and J/ord Khondda, the. j Food Controllerâboth of whom bccome viscounts. There are also three new peen, --Sir Matthew Arthur, of Troon; Iti- William Tatem, the Cardiff c-hii)owrttw; far continuous and devoted work in placing the L'nivoreify of Wake on ar permanent and secure foundation, a £ )d for generous eontribution« to the Natio- nal Welsh Museum at Cardiff atul t;hc National Wel&h Library at Aberyst- wyth and Mr. G. D. F&ber, M.P. Seven new Privy Councillors include Mr. Ad aflieon, M.P., chairman of the Parliamentary Labour Party; Mr. Moac- pli^r-^m, the Deputy Secretary for War; and Mr. dynes, Lord Khotidda's Heuien- ant;,at the Ministry of Food. There are J4 baronets, among them Mr. J. G. liutcher, K.C., M.P.; Mr. Guy Calthrop, the Coal Controller; Mr. Robert Tlioauae, Anglesey; Lieut .-col. Rhys Williams, j D.S.O., K.C., Deputy Lieutenant for the C-ounsty of Glamorgan; for public and local, (ser- vices as chairman of the Quarter 6ions for the last 12 yeam; Col. Edward Pryee-Jones, M.P. for Montgomery District. 1895-1906. and fince 1910. TJaised 5th Volunteer Bat- talion, South Wales Borderers, 1897. For public and Parliamentary services. And Mr. Leicester Harm&vrorth, M.P. THE NEW KNIGHTS. Fifty-two knighthoods are comferred. i Among the recipients the law is repre- sented by Mr. lawis *C<)ward, K.C, Mr. P. D. Muir, the Treasury Counsel; and .\tr. Wild, K.C.; and journalism by Mr. L. Sage, editor of the "Daily Telegraph, and Mr. Joanq, of the Liverpool Port." Others who receive Knighthoods are llr. Frank Bainea, C.B.E., M.V.O., Principal architect of the Office of Works. ,For important and valuable services rendered to the Office of Works, Ministry of Munitions, Admiralty. War Office, Air. Ministry, and other depart- ments. And Mr. Thomas William Lewis, Cardiff, for tervieft rendered as Stipendiary Magistrate for 20 years, and aa Senior Wreck Commissioner." O.B.E. HONOURS. Appointments to the Order of the British Empire will be announced in next Saturday's newspapers. A London correspondent eay £ It will, I am told, -â¦contain the names of several Welsh ladies find gentlemen for services ren- dered in connection with war work in W al.

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