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TELEGRAPHIC ADDRESS: "GWALIATEL LONDON. TELEPHONE NOS. 5010 & 5011 CITY. HOTEL GWALIA, WOBURN PLACE, LONDON, w.c. CENTRALLY SITUATED. (Within 5 minutes walk of Euston Station and 20 minutes from Paddington by Underground Rail- way to Gower Street Station). BED, BREAKFAST, BATH & ATTENDANCE, 5S. EACH PERSON. f90 Rooms Luxuriously Furnished. (Passengers ILift to all floors. Fireproof Building. JOHN M. JENKINS, Manager. HOME COMFORTS. MODERATE CHARGES. lo -D DANIEL'SPRIYATE HOTEL. 9 & 10, THAVBSS INN, HOLBORN CIRCUS, LONDON, E.O. (Established over 50 years). THE above well-known Private Hotel,' continues under the management of the Proprietor and his niece, MISS DAVIES, who has had several years' experience in the work. Whilst thanking our numerous friands and patrons for their long-continued support, it is hoped, by con. stant attention to their comforts together with moder. ate charges to deserve the continuance of their patronage. The situation is most central and convenient, hav- ing frequent facilities by Bus, Tram, Car, Electric Railway, &c., to all parts of the Metropolis. NIGHT PORTER IN ATTENDANCE. Telegrams—" Daniel, Thaves Inn, London." E. DANIEL, Proprietor. Cysttr Cartref i Gymry pan yn Llundain." Bingham Private Hotel, 5 SOUTHAMPTON BUILDINGS, (Opposite Chancery Lane or 63 CHANCERY LANE, Tube Station). HOLBORN, This superior Hotel is most conveniently situated for Visitors for either Business or Pleasure, and is under the personal supervision of Mr. and Mrs. J. Nicholas Lewis. Most Central for Law Courts, City, West End, and all parts of London. Special Feature.—Quietness, Home Comforts, Clean- liness, Good Catering, with ilstiictly Moderate Charges. Special Terms, to Ministers. Electric Light Throughout. Night Porter. Telegtams-Alcoves, London. Telephone—422 Central. Patronized and Highly Recommended by Leading Welsh Ministers. A HOME FROM HOMR. CARTRKF ODDICARTREF. D. J. TRUSCOTT, (Pant-y-Celyn House), 87, MARYLANDS ROAD, Paddington, L03srx>0isr, w. MODERATE OHARGES, tTifteen Minutes' Walk from Paddington Station. Fare by Bus id., by Cab IeS. I ¡.JeP.J¡9At No. 70871 P.O., BamjpstMd, < IR, O "W _-r._d &. I-IT _-o s GWALIA TEMPERANCE HOTEL 61, Mount Pleasant, LIVERPOOL. Also at Bangor, Beaumaris and Llangefni. ABERYSTWYTH Victoria School for Girls. Principal: MISS K. B. LLOYD. Assisted by a Staff of Highly qualified Resident English and Foreign Mistresses and Visiting Masters. Thorough Modern Education; Home Comforts; Individual Care; Finest Position, facing sea; Splendid Health Record; Excellent University Ex- amination Results; Highest references from Parents; leading educationalist and Medical men. Particulars, apply-PRINCIPAL or MISS WINI. FRED MORGAN, B.A., Brynffin, Ammanford. THE COUNTY SCHOOL, DOLGELLE'Y. (IkOe geCgeCCey gxammav £ c £ oot.) Dr. Bilis Endowment, A.D. 1665. Boarding & Day School for Boys. EXCELLENT general education and training provided, JDt with special preparation for the Universities, the Civil Service and Commerce. BOARDERS received at the HEADMASTER'S HOUSE. For Prospectus, Fees, &c., apply to the HEADMASTER. Old College School, CARMARTHEN. Pricipals: REV. J. B. THOMAS, Late Headmaster of Park-y-Velvet Academy; Under. graduate of London University; Open Exhibitioner of Cardiff University; First in English, and Dis- tinction in Chemistry; 1St Prizeman in Classics and Mathematics at Trevecca College. REV. D. GLYNDWR RICHARDS, B.A. (Hons), B.D. (Wales), Prizeman at Presbyterian College, Carmarthen; Winner of Graduate Sharp Prize;" Holder of Hibbert and Berman Scholarships." Science and Mathematical Master: Mr. EVAN WILLIAMS, B.Sc. BRILLIANT SUCCESSES FOR 1913 ALONE. SEVEN—Welsh Matriculation. TWO—Brecon Memorial College 1st and 3rd on List; also 2 Scholarships of 6io each. ONE-Bala-Bangor 2nd on List. SEVEN-Presbyterian College, Carmarthen. FOUR-Bangor Baptist College with 2nd and 4th on List. TWO-Cardiff Baptist College. FOURTEEN—College Preceptors. TWO—Lampeter College. ONE—Pastors^ College, London. TWO-Bangor Normal. TWO-Prelim. Normal. TWO-Civil Service. FOUR—Clerkships. THREE-South Wales C.M. Association. ONE-Senior Oxford. TWO-Shorthand. FOUR—Bank. FOUR-Aberystwyth C.M. College. Boarders received at the masters' houses on the parade, 5I:r¥ FQVJS Sy £ £ £ SSIS§ IN QNE YEAR. DR. WILLIAAIS 7 SCHOOL. DOLGELLEY. Preparations for the Central Welsh Board and Ox- ford Local Examinations, London and Welsh Matri. culation, and University Scholarships. There are three leaving Exhibitions, tenable at Colleges, which are awarded annually upon the re- sults of the year's work. The Building and Grounds are excellently adapted to secure the comfort and health of the Pupils. A NEW WING was built in 1910 to meet the demand for increased accomodation. A Domestic Science Department has recently been added. TENNIS, CYCLING, AND HOCKEY. Inclusive Fees: BOARDING, £ 26 per annum; TUITION, Z5. For prospectus, apply to the Headmistress or to the Clerk to the Governors. RUTHIN County School for Girls. BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL. Head Mistress: MISS A. ROWLANDS, B.A. (Load.)) Assisted by an efficient staff of fully qualified Mistresses. The School is situated in one of the healthiest and most beautiful spots in North Wales. It stands in its own grounds, on an elevation outside the town, and covers about five acres, including garden, lawto for tennis, and playing field for cricket and hockey. Pupils successfully prepared for school and Uni- versity examinations, and the examination of the Royal Drawing Society, and the Associated Board of the Royal Academy, and the Royal College of Music, &c. As only a limited number of Boarders caa be taken, home comforts can be combined with the School dicipline. Illustrated prospectus on Application to the Hud Mistress, or to the Clerk. 15, Record St., AMXURIN 9. EVANS. Ruthin. BRENTWOOD, SOUTHPORT. MISS BRIGGS. MISS HOLT, B.A. (Lond.), L.R.A.M. RESIDENT STAFFS- MISS BARiLOW, B.A., Lond. MIS CARR, Cambridge Higher Local Certificate) MISS MORGAN. MISS HERVEY, Cambridge Higher Local Hons. Certificate, and Higher Certificate of the Nation- al Froebel Union. MISS NEWBERY, Cambridge Higher Local Hons. Certificate. MISS POWELL, L.R.A.M., L.I.S.M. MISS RICHARDSON, L.R.A.M., A.R.C.M., Broime and Silver Medals and Certificate of Merit, R.A.M. Trained at the Royal Academy of Music; Piano. forte Pupil of Charles Reddie, Esq., A.R.A.M. Violin Pupil of Prof. Hans Wessley, Hon. R.A.M. MISS N. O'DWYER, L.R.A.M., L.I.S.M., Cam. bridge Higher Local Hons. Certificate. MISS HOLDSWORTH, L.R.A.M. MISS DIXON, L.R.A.M. MISS HERBERT, Cambridge Higher Local Hons. Certificate; Diploma for Physical Culture. MADEMOISELILE BAREIS. MADEMOISELLE VIGO, Brevet Superieur, Certi. ficat d'Aptitude Pedagogique, Premiere partie de l'Agregation. FRAULEIN KAYSER, Hoheres Lehrerinnen Examen. MISS O'DWYER, Teachers' Art Certificate, R.D.S. Hospital Trained Matron and Nursery. Governess. Domestic Science Branch— MISS CONRADI, Teacher's 1St Class Diploma fer High-class and Household Cookery; also 1st Class Diploma for Laundry. Thf °^ool is well-known to the Rev. 1. J. EVI.Lut WaJtcm, LivetpoQi*