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SWANSEA SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND ART. LIST OF SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES, j At the Government Examination in Science and Art, held at the Swansea Centre, May, 1897. the names of the following students attending the classes held at the Government School of Science and Art. Alexandra-road, appeared among the successful candidates SCIENCE. SCBJECT I.—GEOMETKY—Elementary Stage— Pass—-William J. Richards. Hannah Tail, Eaeliel E. Williams—Fair—George Haughton, Agnes A. Jones, Hannah Jones, Evan Lake, Edith J. Lewis, Catherine Thomas, Susannah Walters. Sl'BJECT II.—MACHINE CONSTRUCTION.— Elementary Stage.—Pass—Charles Rott.—Fair— Thomas Derwiii, Subject III.-BUILDING CONSTRUCTION.— I Advanced Stag-e.-1st Class—Henry Beynon, Thomas P. Hews. 2nd Class—Christopher Hodge, Th JS. J. Hughes, Thomas Morgan.—Elementary Stage.—Pass—Charles Durk. Edward Isaac, William J. Jones, Philip Maslem, Llewellyn Morgan, GiifB. R. Morgan, Tho-nas Powell, Thos. P. Williams.—Fair—Richard J. Beynon, Ernest Cartwright, George Daniel, Willi-un John j Rosser. SuB.rKCT V.—MATHEMATICS (Stages 1,2,3.)— Stage II.-2nd Class—Thomas L. Chegwidden, Beatrice Davies.—Stage III.—2nd Class —John V. Esmond.—Stage I.—Fair—Louisa Chegwi-Jdeu, Edith Richards. ART. FREEHAND.—2nd Grade —1st Class: Charlotte M. Birchall, Louisa Chegwidden, Thomas E. Cound, Eunice A. Davies, Harry S. J. Edwards, Minnie Lewis. Edward Lewis, Sidney Morgan. Edmund Cr. NIeholls. Ivor W. Samuel.—2nd Class: Abraham E. B.?avan, Mary Beynon. Arthur E. D. Bowen, John Butler, Albert B. C'happell, Lucy Ching, Francis C. Clement. Laura H, Collins. Bertram Crabbe, Ada S. Daniel, Adeline Marv Davies. Bertie B. Davies. David G. Davies. Eliz. A. Davies. George B. I»av.e3, Georo-e H. Davies, Mabel Davies, Thomas Davies, Bessie Dovell, Margaret A. Drysdale. Gertrude Evans, Gertrude Gray. Eleanor Hopkins, alter E. Hillman, George O. Hill, Emily Hennings, Margaret Harris. Rachel Harris, I lorence Hart, Wm. T. Howell, Mary James, Edith R. James, Davi I Morgan Jenkins, Jessie Jones, David J. i Jones, Ebenezer Jones, William B. Jones, Nora Jones. Mary Ann Jones. May Joshua. ^Martha Lang, Henry Leyshon, Elizabeth Lewis, Graham Liddicott, Sydney D. Morgan, Sarah A. Morgan, Elizabeth Morgan, Margaret E. Morgan. Annie Morgan. Sarah Morgan. Agnes Mary Morgan, Millicent Xaysmith. Vzzie Owen, Frank R. Pickard. William H. Price, Edith Richards, Minnie Richards, Elsie Ritson. Wm. Roberts. Cecilia Samuel, Mary E. Shipton, Meta Thomas. Loui-a lhomas. Eunice Thomas, Eliza Thomas, Florence Tracy, Annie Walters, William G. Walters, Maggie Williams. Alice M. Williams, Joseph Williams, Wm. J. A. Williams, Rachel Williams, Charles J. Williams. FREEHAND.—3rd Grade—1st Class Reginald Wm. Copus, Henry Layshon, Albert E. Ribbetts, William Roberts, Ivor W. Samuel. Ivor J. T. Thomas.—2nd Class: William H. Evans, Brinley T. Matthews, Trevellvau Millard, Thomas J. Rapsey, Robert J. Rees. MODEL.—S :cond Grade—1st Class—Francis G. Clement, George M. Gwvnn, Dd Morgan Jenkins. Richard Randell, Ivor W. Samuel. Jane Thomas— 2nd Cla^ss Mabel Amos, Albert Bcngough. Sydney Bevan, John Butler. Albert B, Chappell. Laura H. lodms, Sydney A. Davies. Harry S J Edwards. Agnes Evans, Mary J. Eyaus, Gertrude Evans, Thomas Fisher, Margt. A. Fox, Florence Harrison, Walter E. Hillman. Wrn. Jas Jenkins. Joseph John. Levi Jones, Wm. B Jones Susannah Jones. Ebenezer Jones, Jessie Jones' David J. Jones, Dora D. Jones, Minnie Lewis: Sydney O. Morgan, Li-ian Morris, Agnes M. Morris. Edmund G. Nicholls, Maud O.ven, Sarah A. Perkins, Janet Reed. Ann Taylor, Elizabeth Tnomas, Mela Thomas. Hannah Frail, Geo. W. W. Way. Susannah Walters, Ric.id. D. Williams. Rachel E. Wiliiams. DRAWING IN LIGHT AND SHADE (Elementary), —1st Class Rosie May Atkins, 1 udor J. Austin, Thomas. Cound, Beatrice M. Jones. Edmund G. Nicholls-2nd Class—Alary J. Evans, W illiam Llewel3'n, Edward .Phillips, _^e e ^r^chard, Elizabeth Thomas. Meta Thomas, illiam Bernard Thomas, Susannah Walters, Rachel E. Williams. DRAWING IN LIGHT AND SHADE (Advanced).— 1st Class—Hannah Trad. -2nd Class -Frank D. Allen, Rose May Atkins, Henry Leyshon, Richd. Randell. Elizabeth Thomas. ii.ro CLAY MODELLING SUBJECT (18A\—1st ulass Frank Bevan, George B. Davies, George H. j Davies, Dorothy Jones, Emily G. Jordan, Millicent Naysmith. Mary Powell, Thos. J. Rapsey. Elsie G. Ritson, Kathleen E. Sant, Herbt. S. Thomas. Mary K L. Thomas. Wittiam A. Thomas.-2nd Class—Wm. H. Evans, William H. Thomas. Eleanor G. Jones, Dan. Gwilym Alorgan, Albert E. Rabbetl"s, George P. Richards, YVui. John Richards, John Roberts. PERSPECTIVE (Elementary). — 2nd Cla^s— George Haughton. ANATOMY. —lat Class—Arthur Alichael. DRAWING FROM THE ANTIQUE—1st Class (excedent) — John Littlejohn. 2nd Class— Susette Hennings, Arthur Michael. MODELLING Design (Advanced).—1st Class —David I).ivies. Susette Hennings.—2nd C!as, Reginald Wm. Copus. A*R«'HITEc I cke. 2nd Class—George Haugh- ton. PRINCIPLES OF ORNAHKNT (Elementarv) — 2-ul Class — YY111. Seymour Brown, Wm. Reginald Copus. PRINCIPLES of ORNAMENT (Advanced) — 1st Class-Thomas W. Walters. CERTIFICATE AY okks ACCEPTED.—Seymour William Brown. Subject 3h. A.C.T. George i Haughton, Subjects 5a. A.C.T.. 23e. Group IV. Thos. Wm. Walters, Subject 8a G-oup 1. NATIONAL COMPETITION PRIZES.—Silver M:edal- David Davies, Subject 23e. modelling | Bronze Medal—George Haughton. Subject 23e, and Book Prize, Subject 22b Book Prize— f°i^ert J. Rees, Subject 22b Book Prize-Ivor at, ?8' Subject 18b.. and Cook Prize, Subject Wno, ze-John Littlejohn. »V°RKs ON WHICH THE MaXIMum PAYMENT i E^J°hn Litth john, George Haughton, Ivor John Thomas. 0 High payments have also been earned on the John Rees -WrU D„iw, Eobert This session there was a decided increase in the number of students. Last y^-r therr> WP1"" 500 on the b00k.-135 Art Section, 75 Science, 80 Science and Art, and 210 Teflcliers and Pupil t Teachers. This session there were 733 on the hooks-312 Art Section, 189 Science, and 232 Teachers and Pupil Teachers. We would call attention not only to the increase in the number of students which is gratifying as showing a keener appreciation of the work done in this school, but also to the fact that two of the students carlied off silver and bronze medals in the National Competition at South Kensington. Mr. Hosford, the veteran and capable principal of this school is to fce complimented and the town congratulated, upon the highly satisfactory results as recorded above.

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