The editor of The Wonersh Magazine. the half-yearly issued from St. John's Seminary, has had the happy notion to tap, for literary purposes, the interest lying in Wonersh itself and its environs, an area rich
in historical memories. " Walks round Wonersh," therefore, in the current number, open with a guided perambulation of part of the Pilgrims' Way. The modern pilgrims set off " feeling in good walking fettle,"— which is more than can be said for the ancient ones, pictured as illustrations, for these latter prefer horse-riding. it is a good and interesting article that A.B.T. gives us: pity that six months must elapse before we walk with him again.
The diocesan territory has seen many saints as well as pilgrims: so another series of articles now beginning, "Saints of the Southwark Diocese," is no less welcome.
ORA roRY V. ROMANY.—Fortune's wheel revolved once more against the Oratory School at the cricket match played at Caversham on May 30, when the Romany C.C. were the opponents. By far the Oratory's best performance was that by M. C. Bodenham: 43, not out. For Romany, N. J. D. Moffat made top score with 69. The respective totals were: Oratory, 302; Romany 184.