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EDUCATION BILL CAM-1 PAIGN.

COUNCIL AND THE BILL.

ILATE ;;1; H. LUCAS HUGHES.

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HOSPITAL MANAGEMENT BOARD

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MUMBLES SCHOOL BOARD. Surprising Results all Round. It is many years sinoe mi mu<-ii interest was evinced in any election at ti- Mumbles as was the case on TVedne,sdavj when the trien- nial School Board eh-ction took place. Origi- nally, there were twelve candidates for tie seven seats, but Mr. John Lloyd, oyster mer- chant and lodging-hous.. keeper, Greenslade, Lang'land, having withdrawn at the eleventli hour, only eleven went to the poll. Voting; commenced at 12 o'clock at the schools, the busiest time being from about six up to eight, when the booth* were closed. The results were declared at half-past ten as follows:- ELECTED. W. Davies 656 *Rev. Thomas Davies 505 *Rev. S. 470 F. Beer 416 *H. Davies 380 John Hairis 290 *J. Cuioiii! Evans 281 XI rX-ELECTED. I, Cott 210 *J. Lli.yd Rogers 184 A. Vivian 117 Richard Bevan 80 Without a single exception, the results wera regarded as surprising, though probably the gioMte.-t onishment was occasioned by the of Riehard Woolacott, who. it is liiis bevu a faithful member of the Boa id since its inception. The two new, members are Mesrs. Beer aud J. Harris. The latter i vice-chairman of the District Coun- cil. Mr. H. J. Ind. clerk to the Gower Union, aot.-d as returning officer.

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