EGLWYS DEWI SANT, ST. MARY'S TERRACE, PADDINGTON GREEN. GYFAREOD BL YNYDDOL. Sal, Jflai 5ed a Nos han, tdai 6ed. PREGETHWR— PARCH. DAVID JONES, B.A, (Llanon, Sir Aberteifi), Ficer Abererch. WILTON SQUARE WELSH CHAPEL, Wilton Square, New North Ed., Islington. .r-r-J'r' TJIK nmuftk TER AND GRAND Svenlng Concert Will take place on THURSDAY, MAY 9th, 1907. Artistes— Miss Towena Thomas, Miss Dilys Jones, Mr. Spencer Thomas, Mr. Dan Price. Violin Mr. W. H. Henton Accompanist Mr. Walter Hughes Assisted by the Wilton Male Voice Choir. Conductor Mr. R, O. JONES). Choir Accompanist: Miss MAGGIE DAVIES. Tea on the Tables from 5.15 to 7.15. Concert to commence at 8- "J-¡-f,-r- Chairman—Dr. HUGH DAVIES, F.R.C.O. -r" Admission to Tea and Concert, 2/- and 1/- Tickets may be obtained of any member of the Chapel, or of the Hon. Sees J. 0. DAVIES, 11, Cole- man Street, Islington, N.; E. J. ELIAS, 7, Stavordale Road, Highbury, N. CAPEL COFFADWRIAETHOL Y GOHEBYDD, 17 Barrett's Grove, Stoke Newington. "J-r,-¡'J'>J CYNHELIR CYFARFOD PREGETHU BLYNYDDOL JVlai yp lleg, 12fed, a'tt 13eg, 1907. Pregethwyr: Parch. D. ADAMS, [B.A. (Liverpool). Parch. Elias B. JONES (Caergybi). Yr Odfeuon i ddechreu y Sabboth am 11, 3 a 6.30; Nos Sadwrn a Nos Lun am 7. MR. HENRY MORGAN, SURGEON DENTIST, 10, TAVISTOCK PLACE. W.C. Single Teeth from 5j. Complete Sets, Upper and Lower from ;C4. Repairs executed at Moderate Charges. Old Cases Remodelled. Teeth Extracted, Stopped and Scaled. Siaredir Cymraeg os yn fwy dymunol.
Notes and News. GLORIOUS May During the early part of the week a heavy fall of snow was reported from West Wales. CARMARTHEN'S bid for the National Eis- teddfod of 1909 was very poorly supported at a public meeting last week. MR. FFRANGCON DAVIES, Mr. Ben Davies, and Miss Gwladys Roberts have been en- gaged, among others, to appear at the Cardiff Musical Festival, held in September next. THE member for Merthyr—Mr. Keir Hardie-is still very poorly. He will not be able to resume his Parliamentary duties until after Whitsuntide. A GLAMORGANSHIRE man was heard to ask his companion the other day whether Mr. Lloyd-George's new Patents Bill had any- thing to do with patent medicines A SOUTH WALES Salvation Army Corps announces a sumptuous tea "par excellence." Such a tea must be good THE death is announced of Mr. Arthur Llewellyn Davies, a well-known barrister, and son-in-law of the late George du Maurier, the famous artist and novelist. Mr. Davies was of Welsh Extraction. A RHONDDA paper has been giving prizes for the best Limerick." Here is the one that won the prize last week :— There was a young girl of Trealaw, Whose complexion was awfully sallow, So not being a saint, She tried powder and paint, An artifice painfully shallow. It must have been a man from Limerick that could dare rhyme Trealaw with shallow DR. CLARKE ROBINSON has a very interest- ing sonnet, we observe, in the columns of a well-known London religious weekly. It will bear reproduction in this column :— WALES. Protecting hills! that saved the Druid race, And nursed King Arthur and the Table Round Where hoary Snowdon rears his wrinkled face, And brave Llywelyn, latest prince, was crowned. Your treasures lie within the sparkling mine— The wealth of ages under mountains roll'd; And mystic legends round your valleys twine Of prophet Merlin, or the bards of old, Impassioned, zealous people, keen, elate, With souls for music songs and dreams sublime, Intent on great reforms in Church and State- For Wales and Empire," rings your modern chime! Loving extremes as Kelts still first or last- Before the Future or behind the Past. THE sonnet is very complimentary to Welshmen, but it is a disgrace to the Cymric race that there is no monument to Brave Llewelyn, latest prince." When is this disgrace to end ? ACCORDING to a Fishguard newspaper "there is a plague of tramps just now" in that town. They are described as "unem- ployed and unemployable." KELT readers will be interested to learn that Dr. E. T. Morgan, the famous Teddy," of football fame, has just commenced busi- ness as a Dr. in Swansea. We feel sure that all our readers will wish him every success. As will be seen from our advertising columns, Miss May John, R.A.M., the popular soprano, now resides at 20, Montgomery Street, Roath Park, Cardiff, having removed to the Welsh Metropolis from the Rhondda. Miss John will be a great acquisition to the musical talent of the city. MR. ELLIS W. DAVIES, M.P., is to make his first London appearance, since his recent happy family experience, by addressing a meeting next week at the Charing Cross Lecture Hall. His audience and principal supporters will be such eminent bachelors as the Revs. Herbert Morgan, Francis Knoyle, J. Hugh Edwards, and Dr. Rees Roberts. AT Harlesden Baptist Chapel last Sunday a lecture was delivered by Mr. T. Huws Davies (late of University College, Aberyst- wyth) on The Cry of the Children." The lecturer said he wished to reiterate the remarks of the chairman (Philip Williams, Esq., of Earl's Court) as regarded the part THE TRIBUNE had played in bringing the subject to the notice of the public. Still more to its credit was the fact that, it had entirely, through its own efforts, organized the great army, consisting of men and women of all shades of political and religious opinion, now engaged in fighting for the cause of the child martyrs of this nation; and it was already quite evident that the cause was a winning cause. Never had the Church a better opportunity of proving that it was not a next-worldly affair, and so much de- pends on the attitude the Chuch assumed towards the clarion call to duty, sounded in the first instance by one of the greatest of the world's newspapers.