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m I I HAVERFORDWEST, 1 J GRAMMAR SCHOOL ATHLETIC SPORTS.â-THESFA sports came off on Friday in the Bridge Meadow- There were a large number of people present. J. Shettle acted as starter, and Mr H. A. Holino j and Mr E. New as judges. The following is » list of the sports :-100 yards race (for boys ovac 15).â1st, T. Morgan 2nd, H. James 3rd, NsA James. Time, 11 sees. High jump (for boyo under 15).â1st, H. Harvey; 2nd, C. Jones. 3ft. lOin. Half-mile flat race (r p;n to the whole school).â1st, J. E. Phillips; 2nd, N. Kynaston; 3rd, Nat James. First prize given by Mr C. B. G. Philipps, Picton Castle. 100 yards race (for boys under 15).-lst, H. Harvey; dead heat Lw tween J. E. Morgan and P. Greenish for second place. Time 12 sees. High jump (for; boys over 15).â1st, N. Kynaston; 2nd, C. Poppelwell. 4ft. 5in. Throwinz the cricket ball (open to the School).â1st, T. Morgan 2nd, J. E. Philipps. 81 yards. Quarter. mile fiat (for boys under 15).-lst, J. E. Morgan; 2nd, J. L. Jenkins; 3rd, F. Roberts. Long iu-P, (for boys under 15).â1st, J. P. Evans; 2nd, 11. Mayler. 10ft. 6in. Quarter-mile hurdle race (open to the school).â1st, J. E. Phillips 2nd, H. James; 3rd, C. PopDelwell. 100 yards (fof boys under 13).-lst, W. White 2nd, Yeates 3rd, H. James. High jump (open to the town only).â1st, E. Summers: 2nd, J. Phillips. 5ffc Two mile walking match (open to old Grammar School boys) 1st, G. Shettle 2nd, E. Summers. 18 min. Long jump (for boys over 15): 1st. T. Morgan; 2nd, H. James. 13 ft. 9 in. HaS mile flat race (open to old Grammar School 5 boys): 1st, E. Summers; 2nd, G, Shettle. 2min. } 15 sees. Three legged race 1st, N. James and « H. James 2nd, C. Poppelwell and J. May. One mile flat race (open) 1st, D. James; 2nd, W. Drinning. 4 min. 45 sees. 220 yards consolation (handicap): 1st, A Summers 2nd, H. Evarp. TOWN COUNCIL.âAt the meeting held on Fr idaf night, Mr Gibbon, the surveyor, submitted an esti- mate for repairs.Li.,d street improvements requited. It was thereupon resolved to levy a general dis- trict rate of Is in the 2. 5 RENT AUDIT.âLord Kensington, M.P., held hit audit at the iViarmers' Hotel on Saturday, and made his tenantry a reduction of 10 per cent. SCHOOL BOARD.âAt the meeting held on Mon- dayâpresent Messrs Geo. Phillips (cliaii-manb Jas. Price, E. H. Ellis, Samuel Thoma-, W. P. Ormond, and Revs. T. Davies and F. Foster-the attendance officer presented his report, and it as ordered that half-a-dozen of the parents of the most flagrant cases of non-attendance of their children at school be summoned at once. The teachers having sent in lists of fees due from j parents, the attendance officer was directed to apply for payment to each parent.âMiss Coome. the Bchooltdstress of the St. Martin's School, having applied for an increase of salary, it was, after a long discussion, resolved that she be guaranteed £ 90 annually instead of Z85 as here- tofore. SAD DEATH.âMrs Edwards, wife of the Rev. W. Edwards, classical tutor of the Baptist College, Haverfordwest, died, on Monday, from the effects of a confinement on the previotuf Saturday. Great sympathy is felt with th« > reverend gentleman and his bereaved young family. v

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