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CARDIGAN.

TREDDOL.I

LAMPETER.

DINAS MAWDDWY.

CORRIS.

PA ' LLANYCHAIARN.

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PA LLANYCHAIARN. SCHOOL BOARD.—A meeting of the Llanychaiarn School Board was held on Thursday, May 2nd. Present: Mr. Vaugiian Davies (chairman), Mr. John James (vice-chair- man), the Rev. D. JenTcius, Messrs. Edward Lloyd, John Jenkins, and David Jones (clerk).—The Inspector's report of the recent examination of the Chancery School was read, and discussed, and the Board were of opinion that it was on the whole, satisfactory. The average number of children was 11U, and the grant earned £01 lis.—The Clerk produced an estimate of the sums required to be contri- buted by the rating authority for the half-year ending 29th September, 1878. It was accordingly resolved to issue precepts upon Llanychaiarn for EGO, and the contri- butory district of Llanbadarn Lower for JE12, to be paid on June 3rd.—The question whether it was desirable to retain the services of Mr. Owen Owen, monitor, was con- sidered, and it was ultimately agreed to give him two month's notice, terminating in the month of July; and that the question of engaging an additional pupil teacher instead be discussed at a future date.—Mr. John James gave notice that at the next meeting he would move that in future the monthly sittings of the Board should be held at ten in the morning instead of at three as at present.— The Board also agreed to pay the pupil teachers the grants earned by them.

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DOLGELLEY.

LLANDRILLO.

LLANWDDYN.

LLANBRYNMAIR.

FFESTINIOG.

NEWTOWN.

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BORTH.

LLAIHLAR.

PORTDINORWIC.

LLANGOLLEN.