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LLANDOVERY.

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THE QUESTION OF TEETH.

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ABERAVON COUNTY POLICE COURT.

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jNEATH & DISTRICT.

THE KIMBERLEY SIEGE DIARY.

SKEWEN.

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SKEWEN. TABERNACLE HALL. On Thursday in last week, the Bible Christian Choir held a cantata at the above building. The piece entitled John and Jane Temperance was admirably performed by the choir of over 30 voices, and were loudly applauded by the over- crowded audience. The proceeds were in aid of the Bible Christian Building Fund. COEDFRANC SCHOOL BOARD. MONTHLY MEETING. The monthly meeting of the above was held on Monday. In the absence of the chairman (Mr. Wm. Howells) the vice-chairman (Mr. Henry Reason) presided. There were also present- Messrs. T. D. Rees, D. Hughes, James Clement, and Benjamin Davies. BYE-LAWS. Mr. James Clement brought forward a notice to amend the bye-laws. The Clerk said some radical changes were pro- posed, and Mr. Clement should have given notice of same. The matter was adjourned till next meeting. HEAD TEACHERS' REPORTS. A letter read from Mr. Phillips (head master) that the attendance of the boys under his charge was satisfactory, the percentage for the month being 92 6, while there were 296 names on the registers. He also asked the Board to help him in forming a library and intimated that be had been promised help to form the same. After some discussion, on the motion of Mr. Hughes, seconded by Mr. Clement, it was agreed to adjourn the matter for a month. Miss Jones also sent a report of the school under her care, and stated that the numbers on her registeis was now 440. Her staff and her- self heartily thanked the members of the Board for their congratulation on the excellent result of the last examination.

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- MAESTEG & DISTRICT.

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