Cuddio Rhestr Erthyglau

27 erthygl ar y dudalen hon

Cricket. I



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Casualties in the War.I

Judge Owen and Horse Dealing.

The War Office Re organisation.…


Doctor's Sad find.- -1

A Wrecked Liner. I

Course of the Blue Nile.|

Convict Escape: Recapture.

Russian Cruiser oil Fire.…

Terrible Scalding Accident.…

Explosion at Cartouche Manufactory.

A Philanthropist Dead. -1

Cricket. - - - I


The Senghenydd Disaster.

Distribution of War .Medals.…

The Royal Tour. I

Welsh IndustriesI


Welsh Industries I A sale and Exhibition of Welsh Industiies was held on the 6th and 7th idat., at Grosvenor House, London. Stalls were held by Lady Windsor, Lady Llangattock, Lady Cawdor, and the Duchess of Westminster. On passing rounJ the rooms the Duchess of Westminster, by whom the stle was opened, invited Mrs. Gruffydd Richards, harpist to the Hon. Mrs. Herbert, of Llanover, to play ou the triple harp, and was interested in the music of the "March of the Men of Glamorgan." As lant year, Mrs. Richards and Mr. Pedr James, also of Llan- over, the ptmilliou singer, were both in native costume, through the courtesy and patriotism of the Hon. Mrn. Herbert. Among those also present were the Duchess of Beaufort, Lady Evit Wynd- harn-Q'iin. and the lien. Mrs. Herbert. The Misses Wiiliams. of A berpergwm, were in Welsh costumu. 011 Friday the Duchess of Beaufort, who opened the sale on that day, purchased most liberaliy. especially from the stalls representing the counties in which she was directly interested. Lady Llan- gattock had very little left—a point to emphasised, because this year her stall was largely male up of the artistic efforts of the boys a d girls of elementary schools in Monmouth; hi re. The pen and pencil drawings, and water colour efforts were very creditable, aud Lady Llangattock is naturally plcaed with the success of the innovation. Old scholars of the schools in a few instances also sent examples.




-The Llamfaff Diocese Million…

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