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MERTHYR TYDFIL URBAN DISTRICT…

MERTHYR TYDFIL SCHOOL BOARD.

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MERTHYR TYDFIL.

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THURSDAY, MARCH 5TH, 1896.

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WHAT a wise thing it was in the Cardiff people to send Mr. Maclean to Parliament, and in the people of South Glamorgan to send Major Wyndham Quin In the House of Commons on Monday, the former proposed, and the latter seconded, that the Cowbridgc School be eliminated from the Gla- morgan Ittermediatc scheme. These two mem- bers of Parliament are thus undoing the work doae by the representatives of the people in the county council. It is a delicious arrangement to send a man to the county council to do one thing, and another man to the House of Commons to do some- thing quite different. We hope the Cardiff and South Glamorgan electors are satisfied with the work of their hands. Mr. 1). A. Thomas fought valiantly for the common rights of the people, but nothing can avail against a Tory Government with a huge majority. Mr. Stanley iii, tioii to exclude Celli- gaer School was defeated by a tremendous majority. The motion was seconded by Mr. Tudor Howell, one of the Tory members from North Wales. Mr. Alfred Thomas defended the county scheme in a vigorous speech. Mr. Grant Lawson, speaking as a Charity Commissioner, characterised the policy of the motion as very greedy and very selfish."

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IMUSICAL GOSSIP.

M EET OF THE LLANWONNO HOUNDS.

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