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PENARTH LOCAL BOARD.

SHEBEENING AT COGAN.

.ALLEGED DISSATISFACTION OF…

PENARTH SCHOOL BOARD.

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PENARTH SCHOOL BOARD. The monthly meeting of the Penarth School Board was held on Thursday evening, the 1st inst., when there were present — Mr G. Carslake Thompson (in the chair), Mr Jenkin Llewellyn, Rev. W. Sweet-Escott, Mr H. Snell, Mr T. S. Lloyd, Mr D. Holman. and Mr D. Rees (clerk).—A tender for granolithic pavement near the care- taker's house was accepted at £ 12 5s Od, Messrs Snell and Holman being appointed to see the work carried out.—The Clerk reported that no replies had been received to the advertisements for a pupil teacher for the infants.-The report of the Finance Committee showed a balance at the treasurer's of j6195 4s 3d, and bills amounting to 4155 15s lid were ordered to be paid.-A letter was read from Mr R. Forrest on behalf of Lord Windsor, agreeing to keep the site available asked for by the board for the proposed school at West Cottages for a year, and suggested that the matter should be gone into.—Agreed to, and the clerk was directed to write Mr Forrest and thank him.-The matter of the school bank was postponed owing to the absence of Mr Sam Thomas.—Mr Llewellyn proposed that Mr J. Evans' salary be increased 45 per annum, Mr Evans being a deserving young man and a con- scientious teacher.—Mr Snell seconded, but ultimately it was decided to adjourn this and another application.—A letter was received from the Education Department approving of the pro- posed amalgamation of fcPenarth and Cogan School Boards.—The Chairman reported that Mr Snell had kindly presented three maps of the district to the schools, and he proposed that the thanks of the Board be given to that gentleman, and that the maps be mounted and varnished.—This was agreed to.—Mr Lloyd added that, through the in- strumentality of Mr Snell, the girls' department were to be presented with some cases of butterflies.

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