Notes from Wales. Abercarn. Rev. Ceitho Davies, Abercarn, was last Monday presented with a gold lever watch previous to his departure to his new field of labour at Milford Haven. Aberystwith. Mr. Arthur J. Hughes and the Revd. T. Mortimer Green, the honorary secretaries of the Reception Committee at Aberystwith, are very busy m making every necessary pre- paration for the coming visit of their royal highnesses the Prince and Princess of Wales. Barmouth. The Nonconformists at Barmouth have objected to the ringing of Church bells on Sunday. At Barmouth Intermediate School a hockey club is started, and Miss Myfanwy Rees, a granddaughter of "Hiraethog" is elected captain of it. Barry. It is reported that a separate County Court will be established at Barry. Many will be anxious to know whether his honour Judge Owen or his honour Judge Gwilym Williams will preside therein. Brecon. At Brecon Police Court last Monday, a tramp was sentenced to three months imprison- ment for stealing 4 whips and a brass rod from Edwin Jones and George Hughes. The prisoner stated that he could not get work anywhere because he had been previously arrested in Yorkshire on a charge of murder. The Chairman of the Bench replied that he was not for that reason justified to steal. Builth. The letter of the Bishop of Hereford, which was read at an Education Conference at Buith last week, reflects much credit upon the writer. The Bishop expresses his disapproval with any further grant of public money for the support of Elementary Education unless accompanied by some measure of public control. The Bishop rejoices to see that Churchmen are beginning to come round to his view. Carmarthen. Last Saturday morning a terrible fire broke out at Carmarthen on Alderman Jenkins business premises, which were completely destroyed. Five horses were also burnt to death. Clydach. Last week a meeting was held at the Public Hall, Clydach, to ask the Government to reject the demands of the Anglican and Papal Churches as regards Elementary Schools. An able address in support of this proposal was given in Welsh by the Revd. J. Matthews of Swansea. Cowbridge. Dr. Low has given a very unfavourable report respecting the insanitary state of Cow- bridge. A thorough awakening is badly needed in this direction in several small villages and towns in Wales. Kidwelly. Dr. William Henry Charles, Lady Street, Kidwelly, died last Monday night. He was Very popular in the neighbourhood, and his death will be sadly felt. Lampeter. It is reported that a petition has been for- warded to the Queen to solicit her Majesty to grant a supplementary charter to St. David's College. Llandrindod Wells. Members of the Radnorshire County Governing body under the Intermediate Education Act convened a special meeting last Saturday to consider the advisability of transferring the work of the Central Board to the University of Wales. Dr. Richard Hard- ing presided. It was alsc decided that the plans for the Llandrindod Wells Dual School j' should be received until the end of March. Llanelly. Miss Lizzie Rhys Williams, an assistant of the higher grade j^hool Llanelly, received at the hands of her loyal pupils a magnificent present in the shape of a costly Church Service in a morocco case, as token of their sympathy and respect for her. This is the third occasion for Miss Williams to be the recipient of a similar testimony. Several new Coal mines will soon be started in the neighbourhood of Llanelly. It is now whispered that Llanelly will soon be able to export a large quantity of coal. This step will happily make up for the partial collapse of the Tin plate industry in the Llanelly district. Llanilar. The Charity Commissioners have decreed that Dr. Jones Educational Charity in the parish of Llanilar should be considered an ecclesiastical charity. Merthyr. Mr. Pritchard Morgan, M.P., is now on his way home from Australia. He started last Tuesday morning. At the Merthyr Union Workhouse there is now alive an old lady named Mrs. Lewis, who is 105 years of age. Mrs. Lewis was born at Casterran Farm, near Clynderwen Carmar- thenshire.
Eight petitioners have petitioned to the House of Lords against the Rhymney Railway Company for proposing to construct a railway only 3 miles in length. Mr. James Price of the Llanishen Dairy, Flora Street, Cardiff, sent 6 Welsh leeks to the Queen for St. David's Day. Her Majesty thanked him very kindly for them. The two Ccpleton Exhibitions at Oxford have this year been obtained by Hugh Gounod Jones, son of the Rev. John Jones, rector of Llangwm Usk; and Edward Albert Roberts, son of the Rev. Canon Roberts of Llandaff Cathedral. The former had been trained at Merchants Taylors' School London, and the latter at Llandovery College. Mr. Gardner Williams, general manager of the De Beers Mines at Kimberly South Africa has been arrested on a charge cf having sup- plied the Revolutionists with arms and ammuni- tion. His sentence will be anxiously awaited at Cardiff, where he is appointed vice-president of the coming exhibition. OT40 Jfi<¡# Sfiezijjs of Wcufe,.>. The following is the official list of the high sheriffs for Wales and Monmouthshire, as decided on at the Privy Council held by her Majesty the Queen at Windsor on Friday the 6th inst:— Anglesey.—Mr. Rupert Mason, of Tan-y- Coed, Llandegfan. Breconshire.—Mr. Howell Richard Jones- Williams, of Cui Park, Talybont, Breconshire. Cardiganshire.—Mr. William Jones, of Ffosheulog, Tregaron. Carmarthenshire.—Mr. David Evans, of Llangennech Park, near Llanelly. Carnarvonshire.—Mr. Richard Methuen Greaves, of Wern, Porthmadoc. Denbighshire.—Mr. Edward Owen Vaughan Lloyd, of Rhagallt, Corwen. Flintshire.—Mr. Harry William Buddicom, of Penbedw. Glamorganshire.—Colonel John Picton Tur- bervill, of Ewenny Priory, Bridgend. Meirionethshire.—Mr. Charles Williams, of Hengwm, Dyffryn, Meirioneth. Monmouthshire.-Colonel Robert Henry Mansel, of Broad Towers, Caerleon. Montgomeryshire!—Mr. John Marshall Dug- dale, of Llwyn. Pembrokeshire.—Mr. James Charles Yorke, of Trecwn. Radnorshire.—Mr. Thomas Thomas Moore, of Old Hall, Dolau.
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