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. The Battle of Life.





WELSH NATIONAL LIBERAL COUNCIL. A meeting of the General Purposes Committee 9 of the Welsh National Liberal Council was held at Shrewsbury, on Friday, July 7tli. Mr. J. R. Jacob (Newport)" presided, and there Jwere also present Mr. Thomas Williams, Merthyr Tydvil (president of the Council), Mr. D. Lloyd-George, M.P., Mr. R. D. Burnie (Swansea), Mr. W. G. Dodd (Llangollen), Mr. Edward Hooson (Rhosllanerchrugog), the Rev. Lewis James (Narberth, Pembrokeshire), Mr. Wilson Raff an, Mr. Evan Jones (Bala, treasurer), and Mr. Gwilyni Parry (secretary). Letters of apology for absence were received from Mr. Albert Spicer, M.P., Mr. D. Brynmor Jones, M.P., and Mrs. Jones, Mr. David Davies, Merthyr Tydvil; Mr. Lewis Davies, Pontypool; Miss Gee, Denbigh and Mr. W. Elwy Williams, Rhyl. The treasurer submitted his report as to the finances of the Council since the last meeting, which was con- sidered satisfactory, and several accounts were passed for payment. The following sub-com- mittees were appointezi :-Finance: Mr. Albert Spicer, M.P., and the officers of the Council. Organisation: Messrs. D. Brynmor Jones, M.P., W. Brace, Abertillery; W. H. Brown, Newport; Lewis Davies, Pontypool; W. G. Dodd, Llangollen E. Hooson, Rhos Elwy Williams, Rhyl. Literature Mr. Lloyd-George, M.P., the Rev. Principal Edwards, Cardiff; the Rev. Lewis James, Narberth; the Rev. J. Towyn Jones, Garnant; Alderman Wilson Raffan; and Miss Gee, Denbigh.—The Secretary presented a report of work done since the previous meeting of the Committee, and the notices of motion received from the constituencies for submission to the National Convention to be Xgen?TaQCommufe^>4:g~"6r tKfTWiitftaF, Vice-President, Mr. Wilson Raffan, and Mr. R. D. Burnie.—It was reported that of the 33 Parlia- mentary constituencies of Wales and Monmouth- shire, 30 had already elected their quota of delegates to the Convention, or were taking steps to have them elected. The arrangements tor a public meeting in the evening were considered, and an effort will be made to secure the attend- ance of a prominent member of the Opposition. A letter was read from the London Cymru Fydd Society asking that the Society should be affiliated to the National Council, and it was resolved:— That this Committee authorise the Organisation Committee to draw up a clause to be inserted in "the scheme of the Council which will enable the request of the London Cymru Fydd Society to be granted, as well as those of similar bodies in other English cities or towns should they apply, and that this clause be submitted to the Swansea Convention for confirmation." It was decided to hold the next meeting of the Committee at Swansea on the day of the Convention.

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Lampeter College Lectures…

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A Good Idea.

Speech Day at Harrow. -

Welsh University.

Bangor College.

Federation of Welsh School…

.-.qp-Insecurity of Tenure.…



Be Simple.


4. Idyll of the Hayfield.

+ ' Flatterers. -

Pleasure and Youth.


"The Lost Chorda -