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MERTHYR. THE PERMISSIVE BILL.âA petition in favour of the Permissive Liquor Bill from Merthyr Tydfil, was pre- sented in the House of Commons, on Thursday night by Mr. H. Richard. J s y SCHOOL BOARD.âThe usual meeting of the School Board was held yesterday, Mr Clark in the chair. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. Mrs. Crawshay, before the commencement of the ordi- nary business, made an explanation as to a communica- tion which had appeared some weeks since in a paper cir- culating in the locality, reflecting upon a member of the board for giving countenance to a certain pamphlet. Mrs. Crawshay explained that she v/as the person who circu- lated it, and gave proof of its recognition for favourable criticisms in newspapers of note. The Rev. F. S. John- stone apprehended that little notice would be taken of an anonymous letter.âCommunications were read from the Education Department of a mere formal charac- terâContributions, viz., arithmetical charts, &c., were received from Mr. Barnard Smith by the Chairman, and were placed before the Board for acceptance. This was all the public business. MORRIS MEMORIAL 1 TIMJ.âA meeting of the fmnds of the late Mr. Morris was held yesterday at the Bush Hotel, at which a committee was formed and a subscrip- tion list opened, for the purpose of raising a fund for the education of his sons. About £ 40 was subscribed in thP. room, and an active canvass will now be made in Merthyr and Aberdare. âââ

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