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I j CABINET COMMITTEE* SITTING.

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AMMANFORD MOTHER'S REFORM.

PIGEONS, BUT NO PERMIT. I

SWANSEA MATRICULATION SUCCESSES.

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SWANSEA SCHOOL ACCOM MODA.…

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SWANSEA SCHOOL ACCOM MODA. TION. Mr. J. Devonald presided at the meet- ing of the Sub-Building Committee of thu Swansea fducation authority on Monday. It was reported that consideration had been given to the question of providing better accommodation for some of the children attending Baptist Well School. The Board of Education were 07 oninion that it was not necessary to make tem- porary additions to the school. Two offers had been made to the sub- committee, one from St. Martin's Church and the other from Hill Congregational Chapel. The former had offered their schoolroom for X30 per annum, and tho latter theirs for £ ?>j. The Church premises were mgre convenient and the newer. Whichever offer they decided to accept, they would, have to erect conveniences. Mr. David Griffiths suggested that another schoolroom might 'meet the re- quirements of the committee, and advised. adjourning the discussion to make inquiries. It was, however, pointed out that the Board of Education had asked that th,) matter should be decided at once in view of the fact that 70 to SO children were at present being excluded from the school. Eventually, on the motion of Mr. Ivor Gwynne, it was decided to accept the offer of the Church School authorities. It was stated that the caretaker of the PeRtrepoeth Council Schools had for soma time pressed for the provision of a back entrance to his house. A letter was now read from Messrs. Thomas and Jones offering to allow the caretaker to use a back entrance on payment of sixpence a week. The Chairman: Sixpence a week? Ex- pensive Our caretakers aro getting really expensive. It was decided not to accept the offer.

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