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CRICKET.

CRICKET FIXTURES.

FOOTBALL.

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HOW WILL THE AGRICULTURAL…

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CYCLING.

SIAlvL AND UPPER MEKONG.

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UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF NORTH…

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UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF NORTH WALES. The College authorities have just received from the Education Department an intimation that the application made tor an extension of the day training department has been granted. The College is now entitled to received in all 100 Queen's scholars, i.e., 50 men and 50 women. The Education Depart- ment have also sanctioned the arrangement made by the College with the Blaenau Eestiniog School Hoard, whereby a part of school practice of the students in the day training department is to be taken at Blaenau Eestiniog. Mr. H. W. C. Davis, B.A. ,Fellow of All Souls' College, Oxford, has been appointed by the Senate temporary lecturer in history for the session 1896-7, during hichprincipal Reichel, who is professor of the subject, will be fully engaged as l'ice Chancellor of the University of Wales. Mr Davis won the Brackenbury History Scholarship at Balliol College, Oxford, in 1891, took a first class in classical honour moderations in 1893, and a first class in literaj humaniores in 1895. In this year he was also awarded the Jenkyns Scholar- ship at Balliol College, and subsequently was elected to a modern history fellowship at All Souls College. Mr Davis is a native of Monmouthshire. -+-

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