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WELSH APPOINTMENTS BOARD. Sir Herbert- Roberts, M.P., ;<! ( > I. over the annual meeting of the Welsh Appointments Hoard yesterday in London. Others present were Lord Kenyon, Sir John Prichard-Jones, Sir E. Vincent Evans, Colonel Pryce-Jones, M.P., Sir Harry Reichel, Mrs Mary fravies, Mr. W. N. Bruce, and Mr E. T. John, M.P. The report submitted by Mr Silyn Ho- berts (secretary) stated that during the first year the war interfered very considerably with the normal activities of the Board, and all their energies were put at the disposal of the various authorities directly responsible for the piosei utioi) of the war. At the outbreak 01 the war scores of graduates alld undergraduates from the Welsh colleges enlisted, some joining Welsh and other:; English units. Those v.ho joined the Welsh units were much better ofl", as most of those who had joined the Royal Fusiliers were to-day fighting in the trenches as privates, and yet most of them had been offered commissions in Welsh formations more than once, but had been prevent.ed from taking them by the refusal of their commanding officers to gi\e them their discharge. Having alluded to the assistance the Board hacT been able to render in connection with the manufacture of munitions, and mentioning that many of the engineering students at the Welsh colleges were taken into munition factories the report, stated that the Board had supplied many explosive fadories with experts.

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