LLANC 0 'Scotyn, heb fod nemor tros ei ugain oed, a gipiodd Wobr y Brenin yn Eis- teddfod Fawr y Seuthu, yn Bisley, ddydd Sadwrn diweddaf, gan gael £250 a tblws aur. Un Cymro hyd yma a gyrhaeddodd y fawr-gamp hon-y Sarsiant W. T. Davies o Lanelli.
CRICKET NOTES. CITY ALBION "A" V. CAMBRIAN CRICKET CLUB, KING'S CROSS. The above teams played a match on Satur- day last on the beautiful grounds of the first- named club at Winchmore Hill. Both teams were weak in consequence of members being away on holiday, but the Cambrian Team gained a very creditable victory, the scores being-Cambrian 113 runs for 9 wickets, and the City Albion A 30. For the winners John Edwards scored 52 runs, and Hugh P. Roberts 38, both playing very good cricket. Each player scored his runs without giving a semblance of a chance. The bowling honours were shared between Evan Richards and John Edwards, the former taking 5 wickets for 11 runs, and the latter 5 wickets for 14 runs.
LONDON WELSH CONGREGATIONAL SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION. -I"f" ,r- "F'r>f. The = = ANNUAL EXCURSION will take place on MONDAY (Bank Holiday), Aug. 3, To NEW BHRNET For FOLLY FARM, HAOLEY WOODS. FARE, there and back, including Tea: Adults, 2/- Children, 1 f- The City and South London, and the Pieeadilly and Brompton Tube Railways, run direct to King's Cross (G.N.R.) Station. Tickets may be had of the Members of the Union at the different Schools, or at the Station on the day of the Excursion.
POBL Y MAE SON AM DANYNT. Ar hyn o bryd mae cryn anghydwelediad yn bodoli cydrhwng Bwrdd Canol Cymru a'r Bwrdd Addysg yn Llundain. Ar ran Bwrdd Canol Cymru mae'r Athro Anwyl wedi bod yn ymweled a Mr. Runciman, yn Nhy'r YR ATHRO ANWYL. Cyffredin, ond hyd yn hyn nid ydyw wedi cael addewid pendant fod yr hyn y cwynir o'i blegyd wedi ei symud. MR. 0. M. EDWARDS. Ceisia Mr. 0. M. Edwards, fel un o swydd- ogion pennaf y Bwrdd Addysg, i heddychu'r ddwy blaid ond gwyr yntau, fel ereill, fod yna lu o anhawsterau ar y ffordd. Hwyrach y llwyddir cyn pen wythnos arall i glirio'r niwl.
THE CAMBRIAN CHORAL SOCIETY. 'f'> Conductor Mr. T. VINCENT DA VIES. ZXHE above Society is now preparing for the coming Winter Season. Ladies and Gentlemen, with good voices, and desirous of becoming members, should write to the Secretary- Mr. LEWIS WILLIAMS, B.A., 83, Kelvin Road, Highbury, N. ALDRIDGE9S HORSE REPOSITORY. Should you require to purchase a HORSE for business on THE MILK ROUND or for pleasure attend.. Messrs. ALDRIDGE'S Sales on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 10.30 a.m., UPPER ST. MARTIN'S LANE. LONDON W.C. Horses of every class sold by Auction each Wednesday and Saturday. On view Mondays and Thursdays. Catalogues forwarded, EISTEDDFOD HAMMERSMITH Cynhelir yr uchod eleni ar y 10fed o RAGFYR. Cyhoeddir y Rhaglen yn fuan. Trefnir cystadleuthau ar destynau amserol a chlasurol mewn Lien, A wen, Can a Chelf Sicrhaed pawb ei Raglen yn brydlon drwy anfon stamp lc. i un o'r Ysgrifenyddion- H. JONES, It Godolphin Road, Shepherd's Bush, W. T. HUGHES, 356, Uxbridge Ed., Shepherd's Bush, W. CARDIFF EISTEDDFOD BANK HOLIDAY, Monday & Tuesday, August 3rd & 4th, CHIEF CHORAL COMPETITION, 100 Guineas, GREAT If ALE VOICE CONTEST, Prizes, £70. SUIT Further information and tickets can be obtained from Mr. E. A. Jones, 52 Threadneedle St., E.C., or the Hon. Sec., Mr. D. David, ia, Keppoch St., CardifL A special train will leave Paddington Sta- tion, G.W.R., Monday, August 3rd, at 8-20 a.m. Return Fare 7/ At 'Oott' WELSH pBINTINB w PUBLISHERS' NOTE. The Publishers of "The London Welsh- man and Kelt" will be pleased to hear from any Reader or Newsagent who ex- periencesra difficulty in obtaining this paper. To avoid any dela a standing order- should be given to a Newsagent, or at the Railway Bookstall, so that they can make the necessary arrangements to obtain supply punctually each week.
MR. M. 0. JONES, Treherbert, is dead. He was well known in musical circles in Wales, and had been a prominent leader of that art for the past 50 years. He was a native of Llanberis, where he was born some 67 years since but he went down south as a young schoolmaster, to Treherbert, where he laboured faithfully for close on half a century. THE late Mr. M. 0. Jones was a very zealous Congregationalist, and conducted cymanfaoedd canu in all parts of Wales. He was one the editors of the Caniedydd Cynulleidfaol," where several of his hymn tunes are to be found. He was a versatile writer on musical subjects, and his bio- graphical Dictionary of Welsh Musicians is one of the best works of the kind published. OUR well-known young baritone, Mr. David Evans, has been engaged to sing at the Great National Eisteddfod to be held in Salt Lake City, America, on October 1, 2, and 3 of this year. This is one of the chief Welsh events in America, and no doubt our young fellow citizen will do full justice to the occasion. THE Hawarden Castle, which is reputed to be the oldest house in Chester, had a narrow escape from destruction by a fire which broke out in the next house on Wednesday last. ———— Miss KEELING, who was well known at Aberystwyth, died last week at the age of 88. Her mother and grandmother were regular attendants at the services conducted by Daniel Rowlands at Llangeitho. THE ashes of the cremated body of the late Dr. Isac Roberts, the distinguished astro- nomer, who died four years ago, were last week sealed in the stone which has been erected to his memory at Flaybrick Hill Cemetery, Birkenhead.