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A WELSH MINER= VIOLINIST. An Appeal for Funds. In our last issue we made an appeal for funds to assist the young Welsh miner- violinist, Tom Jones, to complete his studies at the Hampstead Conservatoire. Several friends have promised their assistance to the movement, and by the middle of September we hope to be able to announce a long list of subscriptions. As this fund is likely to extend over a period of two years or two years and a half, promises will be thankfully received for payment during that period. It might be added that Mr. Tom Jones has had an offer from the Institution, at which he is studying, for an extended term of his scholarship, therefore it is hoped by those interested, that the fund raised will be sufficient to enable him to accept this kind offer. Any remittances sent to the Tom Jones Fund," c/o The Editor, CELT Office, 211, Gray's Inn Road, London, will be acknow- ledged with thanks, and will be handed to the Treasurer without delay. SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED. £ s. d. Lord Aberdare 5 5 0 D. A. Thomas, Esq., M.P. 5 5 0 J. Jay Williams, Esq. 1 1 0 J. Prichard Jones, Esq., J.P. 1 1 0 J. E. F. Hodges, Esq. 1 1 0 Wm. Owen, Esq. 1 1 0 T. W. Glyn Evans 0 10 6 T.J.Evans. 0 5 0 Misses S. & L. Evans (5/- each) 0 10 0 Wm. Evans, Esq., Board of Trade 2 2 0 H. H. Evans, Esq., Bwllfa Colliery 110 F. Bardin Harrison, Esq., Cwmdare 110 J. Emlyn Jones, Esq., London 110 T. Leason Thomas. 0 10 6


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