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I& T Notes and News. THE Welsh University is to confer the degree of Doctor of Laws on the Right Hon. D. Lloyd-George, M.P. PEMBROKESHIRE Radicals are very dis- appointed that Mr. Wynford Philipp's, M.P., did not resign his seat, as announced in the papers. THE Bishop of London is a staunch sup- porter of the Licensing Bill. His address at the Albert Hall last Saturday ought to be read by every opponent of the measure., CURIOUSLY enough there were two great demonstrations in London last Saturday. One was in favour of the Licensing Bill, organised by the Temperance Societies, the other was the Hop-pickers' protest, organised by Tariff Reformers and brewers. THE Hop-growers want a heavy tax on foreign hops imported to this country. If that were granted it would improve the quality of beer, they say but there was no your beer will cost you more" cry to be heard on this occasion. Miss FLORRIE EVANS, of New Quay, Cardi- ganshire, a prominent figure during the Revival, has been accepted as a missionary by the Calvinistic Methodists' Foreign Missionary Society. She will be sailing in October with Dr. and Mrs. Fraser, of Car- narvon, for India, to labour in Sufehai. MERTHYR Corporation is commencing its career on very economical lines. This week it advertises for a second-hand safe wherein to keep its deeds! THE friends of the. Rev. Robert Parry, of Llanrug-previously of Stratford-will learn with regret that he has had to resign his pastorate on account of ill-health. ENTRIES for the National Eisteddfod of Wales at Llangollen close on June 1. Sir S. T. Evans, K.C., Solicitor-General, has consented to act as one of the presidents. THE bye-election at Shropshire on Friday last was a keen disappointment to the Liberal Party. According to local prophets the Liberals ought to have won! But there-don't we find such prophets at every election ? A PARLIAMENTARY dinner, followed by a reception, was given by the Hon. Ivor Guest, M.P., and Mrs. Guest at Wimborne House, London, on Friday evening in honour of the Prime Minister. The reception was attended by over 500 Liberal members, and promi- nent members of the party in London. Sir David and Lady Brynmor Jones, and most of the other Welsh members, Dr. Robertson Nicoll, and the Rev. T. Law (secretary of the Free Church Council) were amongst those present. IT is said that Mr. Chamberlain is im- proving in health. Some of his most sanguine supporters believe that he will yet lead the Tariff Reform forces to victory. The movement is undoubtedly growing, and it behoves all Free-Traders to be astir during the next two or three years. MR. W. LLEWELYN WILLIAMS, M.P., in describing Wales of the sixteenth century as the most lawless part of Britain has evidently been reading Welsh history through English glasses. It is true that the preambles of certain Acts passed at the period contain serious attacks on the Welsh character but similar statements are also made in many English Acts. Why, therefore, state that Wales was in a worse condition than England ? IT was reported at a meeting of the Central Welsh Board on Friday last that the number of pupils on the school roll had increased from 12,499 in 1907 to 12,989 in 1908, while the number receiving instruc- tion in Welsh had risen from 3,630 to 4,008.