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PENARTH.

PENARTH SCHOOL BOARD.

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PENARTH SCHOOL BOARD. THE HALF-YEAR'S ESTIMATE. The monthly meeting of the members of the Penarth School Board was held on Thursday even- ing" last at the Local Board Offices, Penarth, present-Mr G. Carslake Thompson (chairman), Mr J. Llewellyn (vice-chairman), Rev W. Sweet- Escott, Messrs A. Holman, S. Thomas, T. S. Lloyd, and D. Rees (clerk). THE FINANCIAL ESTIMATE FOR THE HALF-YEAK. The report of the finance committee was presented, showing bills amounting to £223 4s 5d to be paid, the balance in the hands of the treasurer amounting to £ 39 8s 4d. The committee recommended that a precept for £500 be adopted, being a rate of 2d in the 4. The amount of grant for the coming half-year would be about £ 905, and it was estimated that £300 would be left in the hands of the treasurer at the end. of the half-year.—On the motion of Mr J. Llewellyn, the estimate was accepted. APPLICATIONS FOR INCREASE IN WAGES. Messrs Quintrell and Evans, teachers, applied for an increase in their wages. After a discussion, it was decided to inform Mr Quintrell that his wages had reached the maximum, but in the case of Mr Evans it was decided, on the motion of Mr S. Thomas, seconded by Mr Snell, that an increase of £ 5 per year be given, to take effect from March 1st. ERRING SCHOOL CHILDREN. A number of parents appeared before the board to explain the irregular attendance of their children at school, and were warned as to future non-attendance.

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