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Natal and the Imperial Government

The Coming Budget.

The New Rules for Parliament.

France and Germany.



EDUCATION ACT, 1902, SECTION 8 (1). Area of the County Council of Flintshire. NOflCK IS HEBE BY OIVEN, in accordance with the provisions of Section 8 (1) of the Education Act, 1902, that we, the undersigned, propose to provide a new public elementary school for about 100 children at St. Winifrid's, Talacre, in the Parish of Llanasa, Flintshire. The said school will be conducted as a Voluntary School, or School not provided by the Local Education Authority under the conditions prescribed in Section 7 of the sai,t Act, and religious instuction will be given in school hours in accordance with the provisions of Section 7 (2) of tho Elementary location Act, 1870, and in conformity with the doctrines of the R.C. religion for the Roman Catholic children, and according to the syllabus of the Flintshire County Council for the other children. Tha School will be available for the following area Gwespyr and Talacre. .(Signed) PYERS W. MOSTYN. ANNA MARIA MOSTYN. Sr. THEHESE DE BOISFLEURY. Dated 8th March, 1906. Section 8 (1) of the Education Act, 1902, provides as follows Where the Local Education Authority "or any, other persons propose to provide a new public "elementary school, they shall give public notice of "their intention to do so. and the Managers of any "existing school, or the Local Education Authority "(where they are not themselves the persons pro- "posing to provide the school), or any ten ratepayers "in the area for which it is proposed to provide the "school, may, within three; months after the notice is "given, appeal to the Board of Education on the "ground that the proposed school is not required, or "that a school provided by the Local Education "Authority, or not so provided, as the case may be, "is better suited to meet the wants of the district "than the school proposed to be provided, and any "school built in contravention of the decision of the "Board of Education on such appeal shall be treated "as unnecessary." Section 7 (2) of the Elementary Education Act, 1870, provides as follows :(:) The time or times "during which any religious observance is practised "or instruction in religious subjects is given at any "meeting of the school shall be either at the begin- "ningor at the end or at the beginning and at the "end of such meeting, and shall be inserted in the "time table to be -approved by the Education "Department, and to he • kept permanently and "conspicuously affixed in every schoolroom and any "scholar may be withdrawn by his parent from such "observance or instruction without forfeiting any of "the other,benefits of ,the school."

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" New Dyserth."

Musical Successes.

Horeb Chapel.

English Congregational Union.




History of Ffynnongroew.

" Billy Bray."


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