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Frontispiece "Mother Earth." By Stephan Sinding. Notes of the Month. 3 Houses and Hovels in Wales. K) Christian Unity in Wales. 13 Rugby Football in Wales. 17 Music in Wales. 21 The Industrious Apprentice. By R. F. Wright. 23 The Personality of Towns. No. 1 Denbigh. By I wan de Galles. 25 The Evolution of the Welsh Sea Lyric. By E. R. W. 27 Reviews of Books. 31 Wales at Work. 40 Correspondence, Competitions. 46 To our Readers. 48 Poetry: A Trinity," p. 20. To Baby," p. 29. Y Bedd (The Grave)," The Kingdom of God (Teyrnas Dduw)," p. 30. Illustrations: Housing; "The Furnacemen," "The Dockers," (Meunier); Young Wales No. 1 The Collieries. SCHOOL OF AUTHORSHIP SUCCESSES. Why not try and win fame as an author or short story writer ? It may enable you to make hundreds of pounds a year. We do not say that it will, for that depends upon your ability and personality and energy and ambition. But to the man or woman who is able to write interestingly, there is no limit to the amount of money to be earned. Every year huge sums are paid away in royalties to suc- cessful authors. The interesting announcement has just been made that the sum of £ 5,000 a year is being paid for the cinema rights alone of Mr. H. G. Wells's books. The principal of the S.OA. makes no promises. He aims at Results—and he has the results to show. S.OA. students have had articles accepted by leading Journals after only a few lessons- and they had never written anything previously for publication. Letters of appreciation from Mr. HALL CAINE and Mr. RICHARD WBITEING, and a number of testimonials from students are given in the prospectus. Why not send Id. stamp for particulars of the courses offered ? Write now. Low fees, easy terms-instalments if desired. Personal or postal tuition at your own convenience. Distance no barrier. Write, PRINCIPAL, SCHOOL OF AUTHORSHIP, 160, Fleet Street, London. Article* accepted by leading Journals. Positions itemed. Prizes won. Murrell, Richards AND CO, LTD, HIGH-CLASS PRINTERS, Cambrian Works, CARDIFF. I CONTENTS. Page University College of Wales, Aberystwyth. (One of the Constituent Colleges of the University of Wales.) PRESIDENT Sir John Williams, Bart, MX)., D.Sc., G.C.V.O. PRINCIPAL T. F. Roberts, MA. (Oxon,) LLD. (Vict.) T- HE next SESSION begins on SEPTEMBER 29m, 1914. A number of Entrance Scholarships and Exhibitions, open to both Male and Female Candidates above the age of 16, are offered for Competition on TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15th, 1914. and the following days. Students are prepared for Degrees in Arts, Science (including the applied Science of Agriculture), Law and Music. Sessional Composition Fee in Arts, £ 12, in Science, £ 16. Registration Fee, £ 1. Men Students reside in registered lodgings in the town, or at the Men's Hoatel- Warden: Professor C. R. Chapple, MA Women Students reside in the Alexandra Hall of Residence for Women Students -Warden: Miss E. A. FEWINGS.—For full particulars respecting the General Arts and Science Department, the Law. Agricul- ture and Day Training Departments, the Department for the Training of Secondary Teachers, and the Hostels, apply to J. H. DAVIES, MA., Registrar.