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THURSDAY, MAUCH 12TH, 1896.

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LLANWOXNO SCHOOL BOARD.

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LLANWOXNO SCHOOL BOARD. »,^ednesdav. Present: Mr. E. Jones (chairman), V*v- B. Lloyd. B.D., Messrs. E. T. Williams, Rev. 'lames, E. Jilorris, W. Phillips, G. A. Evans, and 1 • Shipton (clerk). ITEMS. — The School Management Committee Jel>orted having discussed the question of engaging •eadteachere from the qualified a.*sistant-teacners j\ader the Board.—The Iiev. B. Lloyd pro|>o.sed that Jjr Solution limiting the choice of headteachers to *P.e qualified assistants he rescinded.—There voted for motion Rev. B. Lloyd, Mr. G. A. Evans, Mr. J. r? £ .V|«S Mr. W. Phillips—♦ against: Chairman, Dr. Ur'ffkh, Rev. J. James, Mf. E. T. Williams Mr. J. '•"Vans—5.—Dr. Griffith again complained of the per- flation nuisance near Navigation School.—The clerk instructed to write to the Local Government ^oprd.—Ix»rd A'jerdare wrote saying he would be r?**sed to perfom the oeremony of opening the j;*v'gation School.—Miss Annie Jone~, of Cardiff p9Uege, was engaged as assistant-mistress at Duffryn i?' School.—Miss White was appointed assistant Tperobert Infant School. PtriL TfACHKRS.—Mr. A. Morgan, headmaster Mpil teachere' centre, Pontypridd, reported having ^de an examination of the pupil teachers with the flowing results Fourth year—seven passed first J'V*, twelve second class, three third class, one f*'lure. Third vear—one passed first class, six second class, two third class. Second year—three passed fiist Vi?93* five second class, three third class, one failure, 'irst year—four passed first class, six second diss. 'T^M»(tK3.—Ten tenders were received for the new ^nools at Ynysyboth as follows Messrs. C. Jen- kins andSons^ T'orth, £ 3,400 ;Mr. A.Richards, Pentre, ^3,750; Mr. W. Lissauian, Navigation, £ 3,880; Messrs. Williams and Jame. Pontypridd, £ 3,991 M^srs. Co.\ and Bard", Cardiff, £ 4,052 Mr. T. *«-ee8, Merthyr ^'aIe, £ 4.100; Mcs-rs. D. C. Jones And Co., Swansea, £ 4,139 Mr. D. Jenkins, ^Swansea, £ 4,200 Messrs. Knox and Wells, Cardiff, £ 4,300 Messrs. A. J. Howell and Co., Cardiff, £ *»S18 12s.—The Board resolved to meet on the ground at Ynysyboth with the architect, and that Messrs. C. Jenkins and Sons, Porth, be asked to attend to confer with the Board.Eight tenders were Reived for the new infants' schools at Cribin Ynysybwl, as follows Mr. T. Hughes, n3'«ybwl, £ 1,108 Messrs. Williams Bros., Cribin J)l,» £ 1,179 Messrs. C. Jenkins and Sons, Portli, ^1,250 Messrs. Williams and Jame- Pontypridd, Mr. W. Li«saman, rsavigation, £ 1,376 Mr. D. Jenkins, tfwau Messrs. D. C.Jones 1. Howell And Co., Cardiff, £ 1,575. —The tender of Mr. T. Hughes, Ynysybwl, was accepted, subject to certain pfovi&iotjs,

ISPARKS .FROM THE AXVli.

GHAND THEATRE, CARDIFF.

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IABERDARE NOTES.

ABERDARE POLICE COURT.

" DELIGHTFUL " TREATMENT FOR…

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THE DISCHARGE NOTE QUESTION.

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THE BATTLE OF THE SCHOOLS.

ABERDARE COUNTY COUnT.

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IMISS MAGGIE DAVIES.

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