UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF WALES, ABERYST WYTH. One of the Constituent Colleges of the University of Wales. PRESIDENT—The Right Hon. Lord Rendel. PRINCIPAL- T. F. Roberts, M.A. (Oxon), Ll.D. (Vict). STUDENTS are prepared for Degrees in Arts, Science (including the applied Science of Agriculture), Law and Music. Sessional Composition Fee, £10. with additional Laboratory Fees for Science Students. Registration Fee, 21. Men Students reside in Regis. tered lodgings in the town, or at the Men's Hostel. Warden: Prof. J. W. Marshall, M.A. Women Students reside in the Alexandra Hall of Residence for Women. Warden' Miss E. A. Fewings. For full particulars respecting the General Arts and Science Departments, the Law, Agriculture, and Day Training Departments, the Department for the Training of Secondary Teachers, and the Hostels, apply to J. H. DA VIES, M.A., Registrar. ALDRIDBE'S 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 old by Auction each Wednesday and Saturday. On view Mondays and Thursdays. Catalogues forwarded DAIRY OUTFIT PRAMS RUN LIGHT, WEAR WELL, KEEP WHILE THElf, SHOW C»URNS Al HAVE A Brilliant Golden A two-years' Written Warranty with each Churn proves our confidence in their STRENGTH and DURABILITY PRICES ARE RIGHT! Dairy OUTFIT Co., Ltd., KING'S GROSS, LONDON.
Notes and News. THE Disestablishment Bill has been well received by Welsh Nonconformists. SOME writers suggest that the Lords should throw out the Budget Bill, and force the Liberals to appeal to the country. IT has been stated, on authority, that the Commons can disendow the Lords; but we do not think it is possible for the Lords to Disestablish the Commons MR. LLOYD GEORGE is a far cleverer man than we thought him to be. He was able to keep the Budget secrets even from his wife MR. WILLIAM JONES, M.P., has been asked to address a great gathering in Scotland on the question of Welsh Disestablishment. Such missionary work, both among English and Scotch constituencies is very necessary these days. THE Swansea Welsh Society is in a fairly good position. On Wednesday the members made a presentation to their president, the Rev. Penar Griffiths-a very popular and versatile Welshman. THE season promises well at Aberystwyth. There is a good sprinkling of visitors in this pretty seaside resort already. MR. ROBERT BIRD, the Liberal J.P. of Cardiff, left 171,730, and bequeathed Y,800 for public purposes, including £500 to the Newport Road United Methodist Chapel, Cardiff, and Y,100 to two other chapels of the same denomination in the city. THE Merthyr Board of Guardians have decided to print and issue 500 posters in Welsh, giving the principal provisions of the Children's Act. MR. BERT THOMAS, a young Welshman from Swansea, recently joined the staff of the. London Opinion. He has already made a great hit with a cartoon depicting the Chancellor of the Exchequer as a conjurer getting tax chickens out of a budget hat, while John Bull remarks Smart conjuring, but I wonder whose hen- roosts he has raided to get the chickens to do it with." Mr. Lloyd George himself saw the cartoon, and this is what he wrote to the Editor "It is really excellent. The idea is full of humour, and it is admirably executed." Mr. Bert Thomas was cartoonist for the South Wales Daily Post for a time. Miss ANNIE WEBBER, who has just been appointed organist at Noddfa Welsn Calvin- istic Methodist Church, Mountain Ash, is not yet 15 years of age, so that she is pro- bably the youngest organist in Wales She received her first lessons in pianoforte play- ing from her brother, the accompanist to the Mountain Ash Male Voice Party (who have just returned from a most successful tour in the United States). The organ at Noddfa Chapel is the largest in Mountain Ash, having three manuals and forty steps. THE newly appointed pastor of Trinity English Congregational Church, Victoria Park, London, is a Welshman, viz the Rev. Joseph James, A.T.S., a native of Morriston. He has held pastorates at Painscastle (Breconshire), Dowlais, and Frome (Somer- set). He has just been presented by the congregation of the latter church with a mahogany study table and desk, and Mrs. James with a silver cake basket. THERE is a lady Churchwarden at Llan- drindod Wells. This is Miss Duffield, of the Pump House Hotel, and who, probably, is known to many readers of the CELT who have visited the Mid-Wales spa. WE thoroughly agree with the Cardiff Cemetery Manager, when he says, in his report: "It seems out of all reason that a cemetery should be given over on Palm Sunday to crowds of sightseers, many of whom are utterly regardless of the sanctity of the place and of the feelings of those who have their dear ones buried there. The beautiful custom of placing flowers on the graves has become a vulgar competition." We think that the authorities should close the cemeteries on Palm Sundays, except to visitors who are carrying flowers to place on the graves of relatives. MEREDITH, who played so well for the Manchester United Football Team, who won the English Cup at the Crystal Palace last Saturday, is a North Wales Welshman. He has played for Welsh International Associa- tion teams over thirty times. He is a well- built man and a most clever footballer. A PARTICULARLY sad case came before the Swansea Magistrates on Monday, a young girl, Janet Morris (15), being summoned for being drunk and incapable. It was stated that she had already been in prison for a month for another offence.