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Notes of the Month Page The Educational Outlook in Wales. II 200 Mistral and His Country. By Annie Ffoulkes 205 Bird Life in Wales. By J. 0. D. 209 Taste. By C. T. 211 The Present Renaissance of English Drama, III. By Professor Gilbert Norwood 212 Poem Les Pauvres." Translated by P. M. J. 217 Welsh Music and Modern By D. Vaughan Thomas 218 The Inquest. By R.H.W. 220 Style 221 The National Museum of Wales 222 Poem Dai." By J. J. Williams 224 Women in the Civil Service. By C.S. 225 Wales at Work 226 Reviews 231 Competitions, Answers to Correspondents 238 Illustrations Towards the Dawn," (By Wilfrid Walter, with short paragraph by John Galsworthy) Design for the National Museum of Wales Bird Photographs, by J. Owen Davies. We cannot be responsible for rejected MSS. but shall endeavour to return them as soon as possible, if a stamped and addressed envelope is enclosed. All subscriptions and business letters should be addressed to the Manager." Cheques, Postal Orders, and Money Orders should be made payable to The Welsh Outlook Press and crossed London City and Midland Bank Ltd. Subscription for six months 2/- for one year 4/ Drama Gymreig-Welsh Play. "Ephraim Harris" Drama mewn tair Act yn Nhafodiaith Morgannwg gan D. T. DAVIES. Yn barod Mai 10fed Pris 1/- l'W CHAEL CAN "THE WELSH OUTLOOK" PRESS. CARDIFF. MONMOUTHSHIRE EDUCATION COMMITTEE. THE MONMOUTHSHIRE TRAINING COLLKGE. CAERLEON (for Elementary Teacbers) Principal SIR EDWARD ANWYL. M.A (Oxon) APPLICATIONs are INVITED for ADMISSION to the SEPTEMBER College. which will be OPENED NEXT SEPTEMBER. The Oearleou Training Collate is a Resibebtial Collate for Men Teachera. It la entirely undenominational. and is situated within a mile of the bonndary of the Oaunty Borongh of Newpors (Mon ). The e is A station at Caerleon, County by Borough Western Rallway. The a is a station at Caerleon, on the Great Western Railway. For Application Foms and for all Particulars apply to TBI SECRETARY Of EDUCATION. COUNTY council offices, NEWPONT, MON. CONTENTS University College of Wales Aberystwyth. (One of the Constituent Colleges of the University of Wales.) PRESIDENT Sir John Williams, Bart, M.D., D.Sc., G.C.V.O. PRINCIPAL T. F. Roberts, M.A. (Oxon,) LLD. (Vict.) THE next SESSION begins on SEPTEMBER 29TH. 1914, A number of Entrance Scholarship 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 Hostel- Warden: Professor C R. CHAPPLE. M.A. 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 ths Training of Secondary Teachers, and the Hostels, apply to J. H. DAVIES, MA., Registrar.