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UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF TALES, ABERYSTWYTH. (One of the Oonstituent Colleges of the University of Wales). President Sir John Williams, Bart., M.D., D.Sc., G.C.Y.O. Principal— T. P. Roberts, M.A., (Oxon.), Ll.D., (Vict.). DEPARTMENT OF INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC. The above-named new Department is now open, to both male and female students. Special Staff,—M. Gaston Le Feuve, of the Schola Cantorum, Paris; M. Henri Delange; M. Comille Delobelle; M. Charles Turbour; Madame L. Andre Barbier. Classes will be held in-Violin, Violincello, Viola, Chamber Music and Orchestral Classes, Theory of Instrumental Music, Singing, Piano. Sessional Composition Fee, £ 12. Registration Fee, -Cl. Fee for a single course, E2 2s. per term, together with a Registration Fee of 10s. Men students reside in registered lodgings in the town, or at the Men's Hostel—Warden: H. H. Paine, Esq., M.A., B.Sc. Women students reside in the Alexandra Hall of Residence for Women—Warden: Miss C. P. Tremain, B.A. For full particulars respecting the Department and the Hostels, apply to J. H. Davies, M.A., Registrar. THE COUNTY SCHOOL, GREEN HILL, TENBY Boarding: School for Boys. A thorough modern education. Preparation for the Universities, the Various Professions, Civil Service and Commerce. Special attention given to Backward Pupils. IDEAL CLIMATE. For Prospectus, &c., apply to the Headmaster. THE COUNTY SCHOOL DOLGELLE V. (The Dolgellev Grammar School) (Dr. Ellis Endowment A.D. 1665). Boarding & Dav School for Bovs EXCELLENT general education and training provided, with special preparation for the Univers- ities, the Civil Cervice and Commerce. BOARDER'S received at the HEADMASTER'S HOUSE. For Prospectus, Fees, &c., apply to the Head- master. BRENTWOOD, HESKETH PARK, SOUTHPORT. MODERN SYSTEM OF EDUCATION. QUALIFIED TEACHERS IN EVERY SUBJECT PUPILS PREPARED FOR INTERMEDIATE ARTS, LONDON MATRICULATION, AND UNIVERSITY LOCAL EXAMINATIONS. Domestic Science. Healthy Situation. PLAYING FIELD BY SEA. (.Y'i%]N AqTTTNf. WELL-FURNISHED AND AIRY CUBICLES- MATRON WITH HOSPITAL TRAINING. Illustrated prospectus on application to- MISS BRIGGS and MISS HOLT, B.A., (Lond.), L.R.A.M. The School is well-knpwn to the Re7. E. J, Evans, Waltcn, Liverpool. Dr. Williams School DOLGELLEY. Preparation for the Central Welsh Board and Oxford Local Examinations, London and Welsh Matriculation, and University Scholarships. There are three leaving Examinations, tenable at Colleges, which are awarded annually upon the results of the year's work. The Building and Grounds are excellently adapted to secure the comfort and health of the Pupils. A NEW WTNG wm built in 1910 to meet the demand ior increased accommodation. A Domestic Science Department has Recently been added. TENNIS, CYCLING, AND HOCKEY. Inclusive Fees: BOARDING, jE36 per annum; TUITION, £ 5. For Prospectus, apply to the Headmistress or to thi Clerp to the Governors. æ$ I V ALLANOE BROS., I jjj TAILORS, COSTUMIERS. LADIES' AND CENTS OUTFITTERS f I HIGH STREET (Opposite N.P. Bank), I I BAIGOR. 1 g ==================="=*=——————— ===== S g — ? ? Agents for BURBERRY, LONDON; DR. JAEGERS' PURE WOOL WEAR; AERTEX Hi =P & FLEXIFORM CORSETS. ￼ g S 9j ? ==============================_ = *5 HE TELEPHONE: No. (1. ? ?'?S???:H:HK=HK=H=HK'R?K????SNK!?K=H=H????K? COUNTY SCHOOL FOR BOYS, CROVE PARK, WREXHAM. Chairman of Governors: J. E. POWELL, ESQ., J.P. Headmaster: J. P. DODD, ESQ., M.A. Fine new buildings, Healthy locality, Labora- tories, Lecture Room, Workshop, Extensive Grounds with Pavilion, &c. Pupils have won the Chief Inspector's Gold Medal in the C.W.B. Exam. six times, and have taken Open Scholarships or Exhibitions at Balliol, New University, Trinity, and Jesus Colleges, Ox- ford; also at St. John's & Downing, Cambridge, and at the Welsh Colleges, Welsh Matric., &c. Careful attention to subjects for business, and Civil Service. Boarders received. Prospectus from Head' Master OLD COLLEGE SCHOOL, CARMARTHEN. Principals Rev. J. B. Thomas. Late Headmaster of Park-y-Velvet Academy; Undergraduate of London University; Open Rvhifo'tionpr of Cardiff University; First in English, and Distinction in Chemistry: 1st. Prize- maa in Classics and Mathematics at Trevecca College. Rev. D. Gfyndwr Richards, B.A. (Hons.), B.D. (Wales). Science and Mathematical Master: Mr. M. M. Das, B.Sc. Courses prepare for the following exams:- University Matrics; College of Preceptors (Senior, Junior, Preliminary. Medical and Pharmaceutical). [Entrance into Banks, Post Office (Civil Service), County and! other Offices. Brilliant Successes. 1913:64; 1914: 97. FREE ILLUSTRATED PROSPECTUS ON APPLICATION. N.B.—Excellent classes also arranged for Boys and Girls who only want general education for home consumption. Boarders are kept at the Masters' House, on the Parade. Mecca College, Talgarth, Breconsnire The Home of Calvinistic Methodism. THIS College is conducted by the South Wales Association to give to ALL its applicants for the MINISTRY a suitable preparation for the MATRICULATION and Theological College Entrance Examinations. THE NINTH SESSION wii; open on September 28th, 1914, and will be marked by NEW AND WELL-VENTILATED CLASS- ROOMS. A STAFF OF THREE TEACHERS IN RESIDENCE. MODERN MFTTTODS. well tested by Experience, SPECIAL ATTENTION to the needs of each 1; t ri t. Fnlf infnr-nation mav bp nht-arned 0" A1'\f\H""