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Notes and News. Congratulations to the new London Welsh Baronet-Sir J. Priphard Jones. It was expected that the recent honours list would have included the names of two other prominent Welshmen, .but evidently some other considerations prevailed. Mr. D. A. Thomas, M.P., announced at Cardiff the other day that certain honours were offered to him, and that it was not the fault of the Cabinet that his name was not included in the list issued. Sir J. D. Rees, MP., has been well re- warded for the interest; he has taken in Indian matters during the past two sessions of Parliament. lie is a hard worker, and is very persistent in dealing with all the sub- jects that he takes up. Cardiff will have to seek a strong Liberal candidate to fight its next battle. Mr. D. A. Thomas was able to win it at the last elec- tion only after a very severe contest, and when he retires it will be difficult to secure as prominent a Welsh politician as D. A. The Liberals of East Glamorgan are not very forward in their action in seJecting a successor to Sir Alfred Thomas. Had the party chosen a suitable candidate, it is evi- dent that Sir Alfred's name would have been added to the recent list of peerages. As it is, he will have to wait for another occasion. Mr. J. E. Williams, the new A.S R S. Secretary, although born in the Bristol district, is of Welsh parentage, and has a knowledge of the Cymric tongue. Mr. Richard Bell, his predecessor, was also a Welshman. Next year's Census will throw an inter- esting light on the question of the number of Welshmen who speak Welsh in Wales. It would also be very desirable to ascertain the number of people in London and Liverpool who speak Welsh. It is an interesting fact that the majority of children learning Welsh in Cardiff are those attending the local Church schools. In many of the council schools, particularly those attended by the children of English Nonconformist parents, there is very little Welsh taught. After this fact it is absurd to say that the Church is anti-Welsh. Indications go to show that the Welsh health resorts will have a good season. Aberystwyth, Tenby, Rhyl, and Llandudno are well filled even now; whilst there are more visitors at Llandrindod Wells at pre- sent than there were in the corresponding period of last year. Llandrindod has im- proved wonderfully within the last few years. The golf links are becoming increasingly popular, and are a powerful advertisement. In this respect Aberystwyth is very back- ward. The Welshmen of Canada have launched a newspaper specially devoted to their interests. It is run on patriotic lines, and will prove an excellent medium for binding the Canadian Cymry together. When the Welshman goes abroad he is often more patriotic than when in his native land. The Rev. Morgan Richards, pastor of Chepstow Road Presbyterian Church, New- port, believes in fostering a taste for flowers and gardening amongst the people, so he has initiated the idea of holding a flower show in the grounds of his church, and the event is to take place this month. Mr. Richards lived for many years in London, and was a member of Hammersmith Calvin- istic Methodist Church. Next Thursday will be a busy day in London Welsh life, inasmuch as two garden parties will be held during the afternoon. The one in connection with the Welsh Church at Camberwell is an annual event, and is generally well patronised, and deservedly so. That of the Rugby Football Club is a new feature, introduced by the Committee to popularise the new ground of the Club at Wandsworth. The Welsh Club, at 4, Whitehall Court, is rapidly increasing in membership, and a favourable balance sheet of the Club's position is expected to be produced at the annual meeting of the members, which takes place on the 15th of this month. A new feature at the Club's premises is a Welsh Library, in which it is hoped to secure a proper selection of reference books relating to Wales and its literature. It is hoped that arrangements will soon be concluded for the Proclamation or Investi- ture of the new Prince of Wales, at a place • within the Principality itself. The only