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SKETTY NOTES.' I

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I BRILLIANT MORRISTON PIANISTE.…

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LATE MR. CEORCE WATERS, SINCLETON.

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I TREASURY NOTES.

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! BADGED STEELWORKERS.

I NOTABLE WELSHMAN.

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I NOTABLE WELSHMAN. I. Canon Jenkins Leaves Cape Colony. Welshmen in Soutl Africa have during Africi,. have dui- i tic- the past few months lost two of their I most prominent leaders. The death or Sir Thomas Price robbed them of one who wis never known to refuse help to a. compatriot, and was looked upon as the father of the W elh community in the sub-Continent. It was with dismay, therefore, that they heard of the depar- ture for the Old Country of Canon Jen- I kins. many t-imes j..+ ?sident of the Cape Cambrian Society. After a rendeuoo in Cape Colony for 28 years. Canon Jenkins, M.A., D.D. (for seventeen years principal of the Diocesan College. Rondebosch), has arrived in Eng- land, having accepted the college living of Bagendon, Gioucestereshire, in the gift of Jesus College, Oxford. A native of Pembrokeshire, he is a- great-nephew of the late Archdeacon Griffiths, of Neath. In 1899 he was in- vited by the Archbishop of Cape Town to take over the diocesan college school, and shortly afterwards was unanimously elected principal of the college. Under his guidance this institution has made great, strides. It holds the world's repord for the number of Rhodes scholars sent to Oxford, and is commonly regarded as the Eton of South Africa. I a rt

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