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Notes and News. Next week Parliament will re-assemble, and it looks as if we are in for a busy Session after all. Lord Rosebery is going to proceed with his method of House of Lords reform, conse- quently the Government will have to submit their alternative scheme, as approved by the House of Commons. Mr. John Redmond has declared that the Veto resolution must go on to its final issue, and all the Radicals in England agree with him. Mr. Keir Hardie has voiced the opinion of every loyal citizen when he denounced the conduct of the Court officials, who were responsible for the exclusion of the Members of the House of Commons and other impor- tant state worthies from the recent funeral procession. The Garden Party and sports in connec- tion with the London Welsh Rugby Foot- ball Clab will be held at the Grounds on Wandsworth Common on July 7th, and not in June, as incorrectly stated in a recent issue. A huge programme of events is being arranged for the day. THE OLD STORY.—Welsh services had been tried at Tonna, near Neath, and had proved unsuccessful. -De i ily Patei-s, May 2j. Stately Cymraeg who once for crown alone Didst wear the stars that guard these Northern lands, Thou wast not meant to die, whose royal hands First planted in- our midst a Church and Throne. But for languages now thy sons have borne False friends and lovers cold-hope turned to pain, The gifts of song and zeal bestowed in vain, Ungentle looks, worse taunts, neglect and scorn, As work-worn faces turned their wistful eyes And saw the fading of their best desires, The steady quenching of the Celtic fires, When from dull earth they sought more cheerful skies. Then are we told as truth a tale no less Welsh Services were "tried without success JAMES H. JENKINS. St. Mark's, Newport, Mon. At the annual conference of the Welsh Congregational Churches of Glamorganshire at Bedlinog, a resolution was passed to the effect that, whilst expressing satisfaction at the promise given to amend the Old Age Pension Act of 1908, the Conference urged upon the Chancellor of the Exchequer and the Government the importance of having Welsh-speaking pension officers appointed throughout the Principality. Mr. Edgar Jones gave an excellent presi- dential address at Caerphilly Eisteddfod. The distinguishing feature between England and Wales, remarked the Member for Merthyr, in the development of the competi- tive spirit was, that Wales had directed that spirit from the athletic to the mental, in- tellectual, and artistic side. He advised Welsh people to stick to their Welsh tendency-to their Welsh genius. Although people said Wales had no great composer like Mendelssohn, they had a great composi- tion in the "Men of flarlech "-even the Germans could not march to battle without the Welsh war march. The songs of Wales had come out of the hearts of the democratic masses. The Welsh National Library at Aberyst- wyth is making very satisfactory progress. Mr. Lloyd George was at Criccieth Fair the other day. This did not escape the vigilant eyes of some penny-a-liner, who wired off reports of this remarkable event to the English dailies. Such is fame Mr. John Dillon, in a recent speech which he gave in Ireland, said that the last Budget was the best ever introduced into the House of Commons." It was the most mis- represented at any rate! The other day some milkman were fined in London, and the Cardiff Echo noted the incident under the heading of Milkmen with Welsh names." Why make these con- tinual distinctions ? English milkmen have been fined heavily many times at Cardiff and other places in South Wales, but the Echo would never think of having a heading English milkman fined."