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SATURDAY, MAY 16. 1914.J ____…

I LEDBURY COUNCIL SCHOOLS.…

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I LEDBURY COUNCIL SCHOOLS. I The monthly meeting of the Ledbnry Council Schools managers was held at the Barrett-Brown- ing Institute on Wednesday afternoon, when there were present:âMessrs Spencer H Bickham (chairman) presiding, the Rector (the Rev F W Carnegy), the Rev Father Lynch, and R Law- rence, together with the Correspondent (Mr H Vernon Smith),and the School Attendance Officer (Mr S W Mills). Mr Lawrence gave the school attendance retarns for the past month, as follows :âBoys' school, average percentage 86, girls' school 80, infants, whole school 79, over five years of age 80. It was reporsed that there had been a good lot of sickness about. No list of absentees from the girls' school had been submitted for some tim-G. r RESIGNATIONS. I Letters were read from Mr F M Draper, un- certificated assistant at the boys' school, resigning his position, and also from Miss E F Ballinger, uncertificated assistant at girls' school, resigning her appointment. There was also a letter from Dr. Harrison stating that Miss K Underwood, uncertificated assistant at the infamts' school, was suffering from anemia, and he had ordered her away for a fortnight's change of air. The managers then went in Committee.

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